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Clergyman

Matthew Thomas Andrews, American clergyman. Mason.

Background

Andrews, Matthew Thomas was born on April 13, 1869 in near McComb City, Mississippi, United States. Son of Thomas J. and Margarett Ellen (Rollins) Andrews.

Education

Preparatory education, Gillsborg (Mississippi) Collegiate Institute. Bachelor of Arts, Mississippi College, 1894. Doctor of Divinity, Howard-Payne College, 1919, Baylor University, 1920.

Career

Ordained ministry Missionary Baptist Church, 1895. Pastor successively Amite City, Louisiana, First Church, Marshall, Texas, Marlin, First Church, Denton, First Church, Hillsboro. First Church, Temple, since 1924, First Church, Texarkana, since 1924.

Trustee Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Seeing Europe with Doctor Andrews, 1923. Growing a Soul, 1926. Comrades of the Road, 1930.Adults and the Art of Learning, 1936. Seeing Africa through Africans, 1939.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Theodocia Ernest Cook, December 22, 1891 (deceased).; married second, Gertrude Wright, April. Children: Mamie (Mistress B. Y. Daniel), Birdie (Mistress S. B. Dandridge), Rosamonde, Tommie (Mistress J. Leighton Beavers), Balla (Mistress Wallace Wyman), Louis E. (deceased), Edna Hyatt (Mistress Rufus Hyde).

father:
Thomas J. Andrews

mother:
Margarett Ellen (Rollins) Andrews

spouse:
Theodocia Ernest Cook

spouse:
Gertrude Wright

child:
Mamie Andrews (Mistress B. Y. Daniel)

child:
Birdie Andrews (Mistress S. B. Dandridge)

child:
Rosamonde Andrews

child:
Tommie Andrews (Mistress J. Leighton Beavers)

child:
Balla Andrews (Mistress Wallace Wyman)

child:
Louis E. Andrews (deceased)

child:
Edna Hyatt Andrews (Mistress Rufus Hyde)