Andrews Photographs
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Andrews Photographs

The Andrewses lived in Franklin Plantation, Maine in the 19th century, a place which was annexed partially to Sumner and partially to Peru.

I have located tombstones for my Andrews relations back to Peres Andrews, who is buried in a small cemetery in the Redding section of Sumner. The burial site of Darius Andrews, Peres' father, as well as that of his mother and stepmother, is unknown.

Where more than one photo in a family exists, names in bold represent my direct line.

Click on a name to take you to a page of photographs.

Peres Andrews
Greenleaf AndrewsGeorge Washington AndrewsJames H. AndrewsArvilla K. AndrewsThomas Jefferson Andrews
Chester G. AndrewsLeland AndrewsEdith M. AndrewsMillie Andrews
Chester J. ColeLula M. ColeViolet Evelyn ColeKenneth Eugene ColeAubrey Cole, Sr.

Frances May Cole
Edna Evelyn Cole
David Oliver Cole

Kathrine Ann Cole
Charles Douglas Cole

See the results of the fall 2014 cemetery repairs using the following link:

Cemetery Repairs

I have tracked down many other Andrews tombstones in the Sumner-Peru-Franklin Plantation area, pictures of which can be found below:

Other Andrews Stones

Several other families are related to the Andrewses, particularly the Reddings, the Canwells, and the Wings. Pictures of these families' stones can be found by clicking on the surnames below: