|Birth: ||Oct. 29, 1866|
|Death: ||Feb. 7, 1910|
Obituary: February 10, 1910 Lamar Democrat
Headline: DIES MONDAY MORNING
Mrs. Anderson Passes Away
After Intermittent Illness
Funeral At Residence
Mrs. Calivin Stephen Anderson died at her home on West Pacific street, at 6:30, Monday morning, after an illness that dated back intermittently to last September. The cause of her death was a stricture of the bowels, and other complications, which grew out of this trouble.
The deceased's maiden name was Miss Minnie Hughes. She was left an orphan at a tender age, and was adopted by a family named Walker. She later bore the name of her foster parents.
She was married at Pleasant Hill, Missouri, February 3rd, 1887, to C.S. Anderson. The young folks lived in Cass county, several years, but in the early nineties, they moved to Kansas. They remained there only about a year, however, and in 1893, they moved to Barton county, which has since been their home.
Five children survive Mrs. Anderson. They are Charles William now in Los Angeles, Mrs. Iola Carrol, Ray, Lester and Ella. The three latter are all at home.
In 1888, Mrs. Anderson united with the Baptist church, in which she maintained a strong interest to the day of her death. She was a member of the Knights, and Ladies of Security, and the Royal Neighbors, and of the local branch of the American Woman's League.
Mrs. Anderson was a woman of refined tastes and high ideals. Time's vicissitudes never caused her to for the higher and better things of life. The bereaved family has the sympathy of the whole city.
At a late hour, Monday afternoon the funeral was announced to take place at 2:00 Tuesday afternoon, at the residence, Rev. D.N. Payton in charge.
Plot: Lot L Section 3
Created by: David Anderson
Record added: Apr 03, 2006
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