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John Andrews

Clergyman, professor, author, provost

Died when: 66 years 359 days (803 months)
Star Sign: Aries

John Andrews (4 April 1746 – 29 March 1813) was: Colonial/American priest; 4th Provost of the University of Pennsylvania (1810–1813), 3rd Vice Provost (1789–1810), and Professor of Moral Philosophy (1789-1813) of the same college;

Principal of the Episcopal Academy of Philadelphia (1785–1789);Rector of St.Thomas Church in Garrison Forest, Baltimore County, Maryland (1782–1784); founder of the bases of York College of Pennsylvania (1776);

Minister of St.Peter's Episcopal Church (Lewes, Delaware) (1767–1770); lecturer; and author of published textbooks and sermons.Accepted as life member of the American Philosophical Society (1787).

Buried at Christ Church Burial Ground in Philadelphia.

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