Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress
Colonel Andrew Gregg, III (R14) Centre, Lycoming, Sullivan and Clinton Counties 1856-1858 (R12) Clinton, Lycoming, Centre and Union Counties 1859 (R12) Clinton and Lycoming Counties 1860-1861
Colonel Andrew Gregg, III, born November 30, 1799, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, son of Andrew Gregg, Jr. and Martha Gregg; colonel; iron master, businessman; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1856-1861; married, Margaret Irvin Gregg, children, Brevet Major General John Irvin Gregg, Lieutenant Andrew Gregg, Lieutenant James Potter Gregg; died, May 13, 1869 (69) Milesburg, Centre County, Pennsylvania; interment, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
Colonel, an Iron Master, co-owner, Hecla Furnace.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate 14th district, Centre, Lycoming, Sullivan, Clinton Counties, 1856-1858.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate 12th district, Centre, Lycoming, Clinton Counties, 1859.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate 12th district, Clinton and Lycoming Counties, 1860-1861.
Father, Andrew Gregg, Jr., United States House of Representatives, 1791-1807, United States Senator, President Pro Tempore, Senate, 11th Congress, 1807- 1813; appointed, Pennsylvania Secretary of State, 1816; unsuccessful campaign, Governor of Pennsylvania, 1823.
Second cousin, Andrew Gregg Curtin, 15th Governor of Pennsylvania.
Second cousin, James Xavier McLanahan, 14th district, Adams, Cumberland, Franklin Counties, 1842-1843 18th district, Adams and Franklin Counties 1844.