|17th Mayor of Winnipeg|
|Preceded by||William McCreary|
|Succeeded by||Horace Wilson|
Alfred Joseph Andrews
24 April 1865
Franklin Centre, Canada East
|Died||31 January 1950 (aged 84) |
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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