In the Mayor’s Parlour, in Sudbury Town Hall, hangs a portrait of a former Sudbury mayor, George William Andrews. Born in 1803, at Henny Rectory, he was the grandson of the squire of Bulmer. He probably had the distinction of being Sudbury’s youngest and oldest mayor. He was mayor of Sudbury seven times – on the first occasion in 1837 when Queen Victoria ascended the throne and on the last occasion in 1887 when she was celebrating her Jubilee.