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Andrew Blackwell
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Birth: 1750
Death: Feb. 5, 1818
Mercer County
New Jersey, USA

Andrew was born about 1750 based on his age at death as inscribed on his gravestone. He served as a private in Capt. Joab Houghton's Company, Hunterdon Militia, during the Revolutionary War. He was named co-executor in his father's estate, 1777. He served as an overseer of the highways in 1781. He was taxed in Hopewell Twp., 1778-85.

Andrew is not known to have married. 
Family links: 
  Thomas Blackwell (1714 - 1777)
  Susannah Titus Blackwell (1720 - ____)
  Amy Blackwell Drake (____ - 1839)*
  John Blackwell (1747 - 1816)*
  Andrew Blackwell (1750 - 1818)
  Jacob Blackwell (1754 - 1823)*
  Benjamin Blackwell (1756 - 1831)*
  Jerusha Blackwell Dunn (1761 - 1845)*
*Calculated relationship
In Memory of ANDREW BLACKWELL who departed this life February 5th, 1818, in the 68th year of his age.

In the struggle for Liberty he took an active part on the side of his Country and continued through life the friend of freedom and equal rights.

But ah, how transient is the life of man
His longest date is truly but a span
The joys of time are posting to decay
And soon its fairest scenes must fade away
Be wise then: oh ye sons of men be wise.
Note: Heartfelt thanks to Wayne Irons for creating this memorial and the gravestone image.
Pennington Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Mercer County
New Jersey, USA
Maintained by: Joseph R. Klett
Originally Created by: Wayne Irons
Record added: Nov 09, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44137574
Andrew Blackwell
Added by: Joseph R. Klett
Andrew Blackwell
Added by: Wayne Irons
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May you rest in peace. (From a nephew, a few times removed.)
- Joseph R. Klett
 Added: Feb. 10, 2014

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