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Photo #32068

Last Name: Andrews

First Name : Johnnie

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Subject's City: Fort Worth

Subject's State: TX

Subject's County: Tarrant

Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1941-1960

Photographer: Taylor's Studio

Photographer's City: Fort Worth

Photographer's State: TX


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Comments: Johnnie Andrews (Nee: ) | Fort Worth TX United States | 1941-1960 | Comments: Johnnie Andrews (1907-1857) and wife Leona Jackson Andrews (1910-2001), dau of Willoughby Allen and Elizabeth Jane Lively Jackson -married 19 March 1930 Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., Tx. He was the youngest ten children of William Jefferson (1858-1947) and Minnie Ruth Hill Andrews, grandson of Harvey (1832-1863) and Araminta Caroline White Andrews, and g. grandson of Samuel Andrews (1793-1877). His grandfather fought & died at Arkansas Post,Ark. during the Civil - his g. grandfather, Samuel Andrews entered Texas 13 Sept 1834, and participated in the Texas Revolution.

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