Robert was baptized 14 November 1609 in Boxford, Berkshire, England, and married about 1635 in Boxford, Berkshire, England, Grace MELBURN.
Our Massachusetts ancestors, A-Br a typescript by Dorothy Huggins Harding (December 1969) on p. 4 refers to Grace as Melburn and has a long list of sources, which were all checked and not one refers to her as Melburn.
The Hartford Times genealogical queries, answers, and note file, compiled by Helen F Reese in assorted volumes has queries looking for proof that Robert was son of Robert and Elizabeth Franklin, that he was married to Grace Melburn and looking for Grace's ancestry. There were no answers to these queries.
Robert Andrews of Andros emigrated from Boxford, England, about 1656 with six children and his wife Grace. He settled in Boxford, Massachusetts. He bought 200 acres of land in July, 1661. The farm was located on the west side of Pye brook. He also bought land both in Boxford and in Topsfield. His first house appears to have been destroyed and a new house was built in 1668. He died on May 29, 1668 at Topsfield, and Grace died on December 25, 1700, also at Topsfield. 
Mary b. about 1638 in England m. md: 27 Nov 1659; Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts, Isaac CUMMINGS. Mary was living in 1699.
Hannah b. about 1642 in England m. Captain John Peabody of Boxford 23 Nov 1665;. She was living in 1699.
Elizabeth b. about 1643 in England m. Samuel Symonds of Boxford 14 April 1662; living in Boxford in 1699.
Thomas b. about 1645 in England m. Martha (Baker) Antrum.
Will dated May 16, 1668 at Rowley Village (Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts)
Inventory taken "1 : 5m : 1668" - July 1, 1668
Mentioned in Will:
Sons: eldest son Thomas, Robert, John, Joseph
Daughters: Rebecca; Sarah; Ruth; Mary, wife of Isaac Comins; Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Symons; Hannah Pebody
Wife to beexecutor (Grace Andrews)
Witnesses: Robert Smith, James Hanscombe
"In the name of God amen Know all Christian people this may or shall concearne yt I Robart Andrews of Rowley village in the County of Esex being verey sick & weack of body but blesed be god in prfect cence & memorey doe mack this my last will & testiment revoking all other former will wtsoever.
"Impr. I bequeath my soule to Allmighty God that gave it me in whome I trust through the merits of Jesus Christ to be receaived into Eternall happiness forever and my body to the earth from whence it came to be deciently burried in ye burring place of Topsfield according as my wife and Children shall see meet.
"It I give & bequeath unto my eldest sonn Thomas Andrews the house yt I now Live in and nine(s)core Ackers of Land being upland & Medow & yt Land yt I bought of Zacheus Gould only my well beloved wife is to have duering her life time, the kiching and hall & Kiching Chamber & halfe the seller & the new feeld & the eight Ackers peeice & halfe the orchard & if ther be not Land enufe for her to manuer then my sd sonn with ye help of my son Robart is to breack her up three Ackers more or let her have three Ackers yt is allready broacken up and the same to injoy duering her life without the Lett hinderanc or molestation of my sd sonn or aney other prson under him and my sonn Thomas is to shingle the house and at my wives deceas the said land orchard and rooms is to returne to my son Thomas & his haires forever my said sonn Paying unto my three youngest daughters Rebeckah, Sarah & Ruth twenty pound pr each when she shall be twenty yeares of Age and if eaither of them shall die before yt time then yt prt shall be equally devided between the other two and allso his is to pay unto my Daughter Mary the wife of Isack Comins five pound three years after my deceas & for the new whip saw and all other Carpenters tools shall be for the use of my wife sonn Thomas & Robert.
"It I give and be bequeath unto my sonn Robart Andrews eight(s)core Ackers of Land from Piebroock to ye clay pits and ye fatti medow and the fishing broock medow & becaus my sonn Thomas & Robart should not wrong one another in wood I desier ther Land may be ped by them selves & two other honest men and Robart is to pay unto my Daughter Elizabeth the wife of Samuell Symons five pounds three years after my deceas and to my daughter Hanah Pebody five pounds fouer years after my deceas.
"It I give unto my sonn John the Lot comonly called the seller Lott and the Medow belonging unto it but the medow shall be for the use of my wife & Thomas untell my sonn John shall be one and twenty years of Age and then to returne to him without aney further truble he paying to my seaven Grandchildren twenty shillings pr each when they shall come to the age of fourteen years.
"It I give unto my sonn Joseph ye Land in the Topsfeeld yt I bought of John Wilds, Senr. with all the previledgs therunto belonging.
"It I give unto my well beloved wife all my Cattell & other moveable goods and the Doung that is now in ye yard & half the barne & Lintos and my sonn Thomas the other halfe and he and his brother Robart is to set up the other Lintoos & Lay in for the use of ther mother eavery year duering her Life twelve Loads of hay and if eaither of my sonns should die before they are married then yt Land yt is given to them to be equally devided amongst the Survivers Leaving my said wife sole Executrix and in Testimony hereof I have Set my hand and Seale this Sixteenth day of May in the yeare of our Lord one thousand Six hundred Sixty & eight.
"Robart (his / mark) Andrews, Senr (seal)
Robert (his G mark) Smith
Proved in Salem court 2: 5m: 1668 by the witnesses. Essex County Probate Files, Docket 709
Inventory of the estate was taken by Frances Pabody, Isack Comings, and Edman Towne. Attested 1:5m: 1668 by Grace Andrewes wife of the deceased
"Source: Essex County Quarterly Court Files, vol 13 leaf 67"
↑ 1.01.1 Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692. Vol. I-IV. Boston, MA, USA: 1860-1862.
↑ 2.02.1 Colket, Meredith B. Jr. Founders of Early American Families. Second Revised Edition. Cleveland, Ohio: The Ohio Society with the authority of The General Court of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, 2002.
↑ Robert Charles Anderson, “The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634-1635”, Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1999-2011, Vol I A-B, page 54-55
↑ Reese, Helen F. The Hartford Times genealogical queries, answers, and note file, Vol 23a 8 Mar 1965 by [MCB]; Vol. 24b, d1186-d2193 5 Dec 1965 by [MCB] 13 Dec 1965 by [MCB]; Vol. 17C, C7032-C7199 1 June 1962 by [MRJ]
Source: S-430Ellery Bicknell Crane. Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity. New York, Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1907. Open Library p.439
Source: S-431The Probate Records of Essex County Massachusetts. Vol. II, 1665-1674. Salem, Mass: The Essex Institute, 1917. Google Books
Perley, Sidney. The History of Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts: From the Earliest Settlement Known to the Present Time: a Period of about Two Hundred and Thirty Years. 1880p. 25/6this has a good summary of his holdings.