The Record, Hilton, NY 1913 Mrs. Minnie Anderson. On Tuesday morning of this week, July 22, at about 10 o'clock, another breach was made in the ranks of our community and the circle of our fellowship with the death of Mrs. Minnie A., wife of Edward Anderson of West Burritt road. For several years Mrs. Anderson has been fighting bravely and hopefully against the ___ments of a disease cancerous in nature; all that medical and biological skill could no against this insidious and unconquered __ our humanity was done, but without permanent avail. Through the past year the battle has been plainly a losing one. This spring she came for a brief time to the home of her father and mother on Lake avenue and was never able to return to her own home because of the advance of the disease which __mated in her death on Tuesday. Mrs. Anderson was born on July 16th, 1874 on what is now Hiram Barnes place on the __ town line. She was the eldest of the three children born to Mr. and Mrs. Artemus Curtis and is the first of the family circle to answer the summons to the other Side. On January 23rd, 1895, she was united in marriage to Edward Anderson of this place, and to them three children, Lester, __ and Francis, have been born, who with their father mourn her going, and suffer the loss of the broken home. Following their marriage, they made their home for sometime in the house now owned by Ann Miller on Lake avenue __ they moved to the house on __ avenue now occupied by __ Anderson and there they made their home until the purchase of the farm on the West Burritt road located between the farm of George Anderson and __ Gates. Internment in Parma Center cemetery.