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Benjamin ANDREW


ANDREW, Benjamin, a Delegate from Georgia; born in Dorchester, S.C., in 1730; moved to Georgia in 1754 and became a planter in St. John’s Parish; president of State Executive Council in 1777; elected as a Delegate to the Continental Congress in 1780; associate justice for the County of Liberty for several terms; died in Liberty County, Georgia, about 1799.

Source: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1771-Present

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