Andover - Origin of Name

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The town of Andover is named for Andover, Hampshire, England, birthplace of several of the original settlers of Andover, MA. Andover, England is located on the River Anton, formerly called the Andover River.
The town of Andover is named for Andover, Hampshire, England, birthplace of several of the original settlers of Andover, MA. Andover, England is located on the River Anton, formerly called the Andover River.
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* ''Place Names of England and Wales''
* ''Place Names of England and Wales''
* ''Dictionary of Place names in the British Isles''
* ''Dictionary of Place names in the British Isles''

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The town of Andover is named for Andover, Hampshire, England, birthplace of several of the original settlers of Andover, MA. Andover, England is located on the River Anton, formerly called the Andover River.

See articles below

  • Place Names of England and Wales
  • Dictionary of Place names in the British Isles
...Place Names of England and Wales...click to enlarge
...Place Names of England and Wales...click to enlarge
...Dictionary of Place names in the British Isles...click to enlarge
...Dictionary of Place names in the British Isles...click to enlarge



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