1804 - 02/26/1845

ANDREWS, William J. B., a Clerk from Montgomery County; born, circa 1804 in Montgomery County, Pa.; lieutenant colonel, Third Field Artillery, Company E, United States Army (1832-1835); aide-de-camp, Governor David Rittenhouse Porter (1839); blacksmith; clerk to the Canal Commissioners of Pennsylvania (1840-1841); elected, Chief Clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (January 6, 1842-January 22, 1844, resigned); appointed, commissioner, Carbon County (1843); elected, prothonotary, Elk County (1844-1845); proprietor, W.J.B. Andrews & Co., forwarding marine merchants; died, February 26, 1845 in Ridgway Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania; interred, Brandy Camp Cemetery, Brandy Camp, Elk County, Pennsylvania.

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