Created August 21, 1876, organized May 11, 1910. Named for Richard Andrews killed at the Battle of Concepcion, October 28, 1835, the first man to fall in the Texas revolution. County seat, Andrews.
12 mi. W on FM 87 in roadside park Andrews, Texas
Year Erected: 1936
Marker Type: 1936 Centennial - Highway Marker (pink granite)
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