|Birth: ||Aug. 6, 1868, Denmark|
|Death: ||Jul., 1924|
Buried: 7/13/1924 ~ Age: 56
Mrs. Mike Ingerslev's sister, Mrs. Anders Andersen, died at her home on a farm near Herman at 11:30 last Friday morning, following an operation for appendicitis that was performed some five weeks before. She seemed to improve for a time, but gradually grew worse and medical skill was unable to save her.
The funeral was held at the Methodist church in Herman at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Rev. N.P. Lang, of this city, officiating. Burial was made in the Blair cemetery and a daughter, Maren, who died at the age of seven years, who was buried in the Kennard cemetery, will be brought here and laid by the side of the mother.
Maren Madsen was born in Fyn, Denmark, August 6th, 1868, so was not quite 56 years of age. She came to this country with her mother (Annie Jensen?, see entry for Peter Jr. below)) and stepfather, Peter Madsen, at the age of 18 years. They made their home in this city and she was married here to Anders Andersen October 6th, 1888. They lived on a farm near Kennard for a time, later on a farm near Herman, where death found her.
Two children survive her, Marie and Arthur W., both living at home. Besides her husband and sister, Mrs. Ingerslev, she leaves one brother, Peter Madsen, Jr., of Seattle, Wash., and her mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Madsen, Sr., of Boone, Ia.
CARD OF THANKS: We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our many friends for the aid and sympathy given us during the illness and after the death of our beloved wife and mother. Also to thank Rev. N.P. Lang, of Blair, and the singers of Herman, and all who sent the beautiful floral offerings in her memory.
ANDERS ANDERSEN and family. Pilot, 7/16/1924 Tribune, 7/17/1924 Peter Madsen was called here from Boone, Iowa, to attend the funeral of his daughter, Mrs. Andrew Andersen, who died following an operation for appendicitis, burial being made in the Blair cemetery last Sunday. Mrs. Andersen was a sister of Mrs. M. Ingerslev of this city, was about 55 years old, and lived west of Herman. She leaves a husband and two grown children, a son and daughter. Before returning to Boone, Mr. Madsen visited several days at the Ingerslev home in this city.
Printed in the Blair Pilot on 7/16/1924
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* NOTE: Peter Madsen (24046756) was Maren's step father. He and Maren's mother immigrated from Denmark to the US est. 1887. https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M317-QCZ
** NOTE: Mike(104467458)and Mary Ingerslev were Maren's sister and brother-in-law. The Ingerslev's had a daughter, Emma Ingerslev Agerson (104194732). Mike and daughter, Emma, are both buried in Blair Cemetery.
*** NOTE: Peter Jr., it seems he was Maren's half-brother. There is a record for (Mads) Peter (1878 - 18 Apr 1925 in Seattle) which COULD be him. Married Elizabeth. Son of Peter Madsen and Annie Jensen. Record here: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3GY-L6V
Peter Madsen (1849 - 1930)
Anders Andersen (1866 - 1952)
Marie K. Andersen (1892 - 1958)*
Arthur W. Andersen (1898 - 1971)*
Plot: Block: 84 Lot: 8 Grave: 10
Created by: Sheila
Record added: Jan 17, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 103736207
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