|Birth: ||Feb. 29, 1880|
|Death: ||Apr. 26, 1921|
Husband of Elizabeth Wilson.
Andrew was killed in what is known as the Braxton Storm:
Anniston, AL Wed., April 27, 1921
Anniston Star: Braxton, Small Mississippi
18 KILLED - Town, Is Struck and Only Three Houses Left
50 INJURED, SOME OF WHOM MAY DIE- HOUSES AND BARNS ARE DEMOLISHED AT WESSON, A SMALL TOWN" NOT FAR FROM BRAXTOX - Jackson, Miss., April 27.-1921(United Press)
The death list from Tuesday's tornado at Braxton, 23 miles south of here, mounted today to 18, with the finding of additional bodies, including that of a nude baby by militiamen and Red Cross workers from Jackson and nearby lowns. Only three dwelling in the little town were left standing by the blow, which was first felt at Wesson, southeast of Braxton, where it, demolished many houses and barns, but killed no one.
The known dead are:
Mrs. Geo. A. Logan.
R. P. Everett.
C. T. Tillman.
Dr. J. M. Chandler.
Drew Barwick. (James Andrew)
James Andrew Barwick (1834 - 1904)
Caroline Elizabeth Lacey Barwick (1848 - 1924)
Luther E. Barwick (1869 - 1877)*
Anna Barwick McRaney (1871 - 1938)*
Maggie L. Barwick (1873 - 1874)*
Lee Barwick (1875 - 1879)*
W. C. Barwick (1878 - 1879)*
James Andrew Barwick (1880 - 1921)
Emmett Barwick (1882 - 1956)*
Alfred Homer Barwick (1883 - 1928)*
Mary Barwick Johnson (1885 - 1979)*
Maintained by: Susan Barwick
Originally Created by: Stephen Ranum
Record added: Jun 02, 2008
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