Statistics for occurrence #1 of “a Mr. Andrews” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 16.:
...man of force, ability and distinction, lies in the fact that he was Medford born and lived here till early manhood.
We find his name on our tax-rate lists for 1744, '45, '46.
At the invitation of a Mr. Andrews , whose daughter he married afterwards, he went to Danvers to engage in the business of brick making.
Without doubt he had learned much concerning it in the various brick-yards in his birthplace.
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