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MCANDREW Family HistoryThis interesting surname is a Scottish patronymic of Andrew, which is of English origin, and is derived from the personal name, which, itself comes from the Greek personal name "Andreas", meaning manly. The first of Jesus Christ's disciples was known by this name. The personal name was first recorded as "Andreas" in the Domesday Book of 1086, and in Scotland it was first recorded as "Andreas" in 1242. The surname M'Andrew was first recorded in Scotland in 1502 with one Donald Makandro, in Kilravock. The surname development since 1395 (see below) includes the following: Wielelmus Andro (1399, Edinburgh), Malcon Andree (1511, Aberdeen), Makallum MacAndro (1550, Murthlac), Dowgall Mc Andro (1613, Stuckvullige), Thomas McAndrew (1618, Inverness) and John M'Andrie (1675, Blachaig)...
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Richard McAndrew born 1767 Mayo, Ireland/died 1805 Botany Bay Australia
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Looking to trace family/ancestry back to home in Ireland. James McAndrew b. 1819 ?, Ireland married Mary Barrett b.1822 Mayo Ireland; married 1859 ?,Ireland. Son Edward Allen McAndrew born at sea Feb 15, 1865. All farmed at Erin Prairie, St Croix County, Wisconsin.
Our family can trace back to County Mayo up until 1856. Came over to Philly and then located to Iowa around 1890’s I believe.
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