Peter's first wife was Rosalia H. Rudoff-Anderegg
Here's her obit:
The Menard Messenger
Vol. XI No. 22
Thursday, April 18, 1918
Mrs. Peter Anderegg
The sad news was received the first of the week that Mrs. Pete Anderegg died April 14th, at 12:30 at the Brady Sanitarium, after an illness of about 10 weeks.
She was stricken with pneumonia in both lungs when a short time later pus developed for which she was operated upon by Drs. Anderson & McCall at the Brady Sanitarium. It was thought for a while that recovery was certain, but other serious complications set in which caused her death.
The remains were taken by her husband to Lockwood, Mo, to be laid to rest beside her father.
She was a daughter of Frank and Henryetta Rudoff. Born in Germania, December 25, 1877, she emigrated to the United States with her parents when five years old.
On November 8, 1900 she was married to Peter Anderegg. No children were born but seventeen years of very happy married life was spent.
Mrs. Anderegg was of Lutheran faith always placing her trust in God above all things. She was also a member of the Eastern Star lodge. One of her many splendid qualities besides being a very devoted daughter and wife, was her kindness to all poor and sick doing lots of good that way.
Besides her husband she leaves her mother and one brother to mourn her loss. The many friends she has in Menard extend their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved in their great loss.
Accident right after marriage to Mina L. Bartling
The Menard Messenger
Vol. XII, No. 4
Thursday, December 12, 1918
Peter Anderegg Loses Arm
Peter Anderegg, the superintendent of the local light and gin plant had his right arm torn off in the gin stand, Saturday afternoon. Mr. Anderegg was cleaning out the stand which had become clogged and had propped up the stand with a stick which slipped down while his hand was in the gin knives. The hand was torn from the arm and the muscles of the arm badly lacerated. His helper, Mr. McDonald managed to tie up the arm and rush him to a doctor. The arm was taken off above the elbow. Mr. Anderegg has the sympathy of all in his misfortune.
Minna L. Bartling Anderegg (1890 - 1972)*
Rest Haven Cemetery
Created by: A Harwell-Brown
Record added: Jan 27, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47218463
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