|Death: ||Jul. 19, 1902|
San Joaquin County
The Mountain Democrat
A Notably Good Woman Passes Away
Last Saturday, July 19, 1902, Mrs. Hattie M. Anderson, wife of J.M. Anderson of this city, passed away. She died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Dr. Clark, in Stockton, where she had gone for medical treatment.
A native of Ohio, she came to Placerville with her parents in 1850, at the age of nine years. The Mountjoy House took its name from her father, who kept it for many years. Here in 1860 she was married to our well-known townsman, J.M. Anderson. Here with the sacred memories of a long and dutiful life, she leaves her genial image and good example in many hearts and homes. Of this _______________________to the loved and lost, besides her husband and the sister at whose home she died, three daughters and one son survive her. The daughters are Mrs. M.P. Bennett and Miss Gertrude Anderson, of this city, and Mrs. A.K. Zwisler, of Red Bluff. The son is James M. Anderson, Jr., of Stockton.
Her funeral last Tuesday was from the family residence on Cedar Ravine to Union Cemetery. It was conducted by Rev. C.C. Peirce, a life long friend of her family, in accordance with the rites of the Episcopal Church, of which she was a member.
Appropriate music was furnished by a choir comprised of Miss Mollie Carpenter, Mrs. S.H. Rantz and Messrs. A.S. Fox and M. Mierson, while the following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers: W.N. Muffley, GA. Richardson, E.W. Witmer, John Pearson, Dr. Wrenn and Fred Irwin.
James Madison Anderson (1827 - 1919)*
Mary Cordelia Anderson Bennett (1861 - 1952)*
Harriett Gertrude Anderson Thompson (1878 - 1973)*
Placerville Union Cemetery
El Dorado County
Created by: Diana Satterfield
Record added: Aug 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41337123
Added: May. 4, 2013