Andrew Briscoe (1810–1849) was an American pioneer who fought in the Texas Revolution against Mexican authority.
Andrew was born in Mississippi and emmigrated to Texas. He fought with the Texas army during the revolution, and signed the Texas Declaratiuon of Independence in 1836. He later served as a state court judge.
Briscoe died on October 4, 1849 and is buried in State Cemetery at Austin, Texas. Briscoe County, Texas is named in his honor.