learned June 2022 From someone very familiar with the church:
The organ was dismantled and removed in 2016. Pipes were sold off to individuals as a fundraiser. A slightly used 4-man Rodgers was installed at that time.
from Organs of Greater Lawrence by Robert J Reich: St Augustine Andover: Organized 1852; 1st bldg. c1852; 2nd bldg. 1881. * 1st organ: in 1st bldg., perhaps moved to lower church 2nd bldg. S 2nd organ: Hook & Hastings #997 1880 from Trinity Episcopal, Newport, R.I., 2m, 19r, installed by H&H in 1902, possibly the date of the upper church. S 3rd organ: W. W. Laws 1936, 2m, 19r, retaining only pipes from the previous organ with many others added; organ divided around window and a facade of sorts composed of miscellaneous old case pipes was provided. Substantial tonal changes 1984 by P. A. Beaudry and Company, #50.
Relocated here [1930s?] from Trinity Episcopal Church, Newport, Rhode Island, when they purchased 1929 E.M. Skinner Opus 800.
Console and facade in rear gallery: Photograph from an archival source: Andover Organ Co. Archives, submitted by Andrew Scanlon. Taken approx. ca. 1980s