Andrew C. Robertson Memorial Bridge
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N 43° 52.910 W 071° 35.663
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Quick Description: A historical marker in the Thornton, New Hampshire about Andrew C. Robertson. The nearby memorial bridge in his name is crossing the Mad River at this site.
Location: New Hampshire, United States
Date Posted: 7/24/2010 6:03:58 PM
Waymark Code: WM9AYA
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member silverquill
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Long Description:

This historical marker about Andrew C. Robertson and his life is located east along Route 49 at the junction with Waterville Valley Road in Thornton, New Hampshire. The nearby memorial bridge was named after Andrew C. Robertson and crosses the Mad River at this site.

Marker Text

--- 1892~~1980 ---
Andy worked the Lincoln Woods and log drives
on the Mad, Connecticut, and Androscoggin
Rivers; served many years as U.S. Forest Fire
Warden receiving a commendation from U.S.
D.A. He contributed information for the Farm
and Forest Museum. He and Mary raised five
children and were foster parents to 21 children. Andy
earned the love and respect
of all who met him.
Marker Name: Andrew C. Robertson Memorial Bridge

Marker Type: Local/Unofficial

Marker Location: Thornton, New Hampshire

Date Marker Established: 1981

Official Marker Number: Not listed

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