Hi John, Unfortunately I do not have any info on Andrew. I have been doing research on Nangles in Ireland for over ten years and have only come across the name Andrew twice. On November 4th 1757 Andrew Nangle married a Mary Ball at St Pauls church Arran Quay in Dublin. The sponsors were Patrick Nangle and Margeret Cunningham. On 6th December 1755 Andrew Nangle was Baptised at the same church. The sponsors were Mr boylan and Catherine Todd. No parents name were given and this could have meant that Andrew was an adult who wished to become a catholic or else Andrew was a foundling and would be taken in by a local family named Nangle. St Pauls is built On the river Liffey and in 1755 the ships entering and leaving Dublin would have docked less than 200 meters away from it.