Andrew ENGLISH, Esq.

Male - 1832


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  • Name Andrew ENGLISH 
    Suffix Esq. 
    Gender Male 
    Revolutionary War Veteran "The name appears in Capt. Joseph Bard's Co., Col. Woodbridge's 25th Mass. Regiment, from Stockbridge in '75. Also as a sergeant in Capt. Peter Porter's Co., Col. Brown's Regiment, '76. In 1790 it was recorded in Salem, Mass., and the grave is locally known as that of a soldier. Onon. Cent. says he was a 'captain in the Revolution.' His wife, Rachel, was administrator, June 15, 1833."  [1
    Died 20 May 1832  [1
    Buried Tully Cemetery, Tully, Onondaga, NY, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Andrew English, Esq.
    Andrew English, Esq.
    Headstone
    (Military Marker)
    Plot: Section 1
    Person ID I1142  Tully Genealogy
    Last Modified 18 Jun 2016 

    Family Rachel 
    Last Modified 18 Jun 2016 16:10:01 
    Family ID F457  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Sources 
    1. [S20] Beauchamp's Revolutionary Soldiers in Onondaga Co., N.Y., Rev. W.M. Beauchamp, S.T.D., for the Onondaga Historical Association, (The McDonnell Co., 1913. Syracuse, N.Y.), 253 (Reliability: 3).
      Mr. Andrew English, Esq.
      Died May 20th 1832
      Ae. 80y 3m & 11d

      Friends or physicians
      Could not save
      This mortal body
      From the grave
      Nor can the grave
      Confine him here
      When Christ shall call him
      To appear

      Tully Cemetery. The name appears in Capt. Joseph Bard's Co., Col. Woodbridge's 25th Mass. Regiment, from Stockbridge in '75. Also as a sergeant in Capt. Peter Porter's Co., Col. Brown's Regiment, '76. In 1790 it was recorded in Salem, Mass., and the grave is locally known as that of a soldier. Onon. Cent. says he was a 'captain in the Revolution.' His wife, Rachel, was administrator, June 15, 1833.