|Death: ||May 11, 1915|
Great-grandson of Col. John Anderson, Sr. and Rebecca Malissa (Maxwell) [Hall] Anderson; AND William Skillern, II and Mary (Anderson) Skillern.
Grandson of William Anderson and Rebecca (Skillern) Anderson.
Son of John William Anderson, Sr. and Mary "Polly" (Unknown) Anderson.
Brother of John William Anderson, Jr., Mariel L. Anderson,
Virginia A. "Jennie" Anderson, Sarah E. "Sallie" Anderson,
Isaac Anderson, and Ellen Anderson.
He may have been the half-brother of James Franklin "Frank" Anderson (10 Aug 1826, Knox County, TN - 19 Feb 1900, Washington County, AR).
1. Nancy Matilda (Anderson) Anderson
Their children: Henry Anderson.
2. Sarah J. "Sallie" (Unknown) [Pless] Anderson
Their children: Albert Audley Anderson, Jr., Kate Anderson, and Agnes I. (Anderson) Oliver.
Bev's original information:
ANDERSON, ALBERT A. Sgt.
"C" Co. AR 2nd Battn Infantry
Albert A. Anderson, a shoemaker for the Confederate Army, was born in Shelby County, Alabama in 1836.
He enlisted in Company C, of the 2nd Arkansas Infantry Battalion, at El Dorado Arkansas, September 23, 1861, and was appointed fourth sergeant. He transferred to Company E of the 3rd Arkansas Infantry, July 18, 1862 and was detailed as shoemaker at Richmond, Virginia on November 21, 1862. At the expiration of his term of service he re-enlisted at Little Rock, Arkansas, March 13, 1863, where he was also again detailed as shoemaker. Albert Anderson was captured at Helena, Arkansas July 4, 1863. There are no military records after this date, but Anderson wrote on his Confederate Pension Application that he was surrendered at the end of the war in Texas.
Albert Audley Anderson, Sr. was my 1st cousin 3 times removed, as well as other relationships, through the Anderson and Skillern families of Bledsoe County, TN.
Updated November 12, 2013 by Sammy Boyd.
Texas State Cemetery
Maintained by: Sammy Boyd, Genealogist
Originally Created by: Bev
Record added: Mar 26, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10681092
Added: Feb. 19, 2014
Gone but never forgotten. ...... He was a great-grandson of Col. John Anderson, Sr. and William Skillern, II. ...... He was my 1st cousin 3 times removed, as well as other relationships, through the Anderson and Skillern families of Bledsoe County, TN.|
Sammy Boyd, Genealogist
Added: Oct. 11, 2013
Thank you for your service. Your sacrifice has not been forgotten.|
Martha Reid 19 UDC
Added: Jul. 15, 2010
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