Andrew Lignum MD was a doctor in Bridge Street Hulme in the early nineteenth century. He was a son of John Lignum, a proprietor of 'antiscorbutic drops' and Andrew worked with his father and his brother Edward. Andrew died in July 1826 aged 30.
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