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Andrew Belcher (1706–1771) was an early colonial Bostonian who served on the Governor's Council of the Province of Massachusetts Bay from 1765 to 1767. Andrew married Elizabeth Teale and lived in Milton, Massachusetts. His father, Jonathan Belcher was a colonial governor of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New Jersey.
Belcher was born, probably in Milton, in 1706. He attended Harvard College, graduating in 1724. From 1759 to 1764 he served in the provincial assembly, and he was named to the governor's council in 1765. He died in 1771.
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