Andrews, George Clinton
Andrews, George Clinton a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Salem, Pa., Sept. 30, 1840. He was converted in early life; was licensed to preach in 1863; studied at Wyoming Seminary from 1864 to 1866; served as supply, Herrick Centre charge in 1867, Oregon charge in 1869, Lackawaxen charge from 1870 to 1872, and in 1873 was admitted into the Wyoming Conference and appointed to Pleasant Valley charge. His subsequent appointments were: 1875, Osborn Hollow; 1876-77, Triangle; 1878, Union Centre; and in 1879 he superannuated. He died at Franklin Forks, July 12, 1879. Mr. Andrews was self-denying, laborious, and faithful. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1880, p. 86.