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Charity Pounds Anderson
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Birth: Jan. 16, 1815
Guernsey County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jun. 4, 1890
Iowa, USA

Boone County Democrat
June 18, 1890

Went home, June 4th, 1890, Charity Anderson aged seventy five years, four months and nineteen days.

Charity Pounds was born in Gurnsey County, Ohio, January 15, 1815. She was married to the Rev. Robert Anderson, June 30, 1830. They moved to Mason County, Illinois, in 1846 and resided there until 1879; when they came to Boone County, Iowa. Her husband died May 6, 1881 since which time she has resided with her children. Deceased joined the M.E. church in 1835, and has since led a consistent Christian life. She was the mother of twelve children; three sons and nine daughters, of whom five live to mourn the loss of a loving mother. She was stricken with paralysis, and during her illness bore her suffering patiently. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Jones, of the M.E. church of Perry, and she was laid to rest in Fairview cemetery, Union township. 
Family links: 
  Samuel Pounds (1755 - 1856)
  Susanna "Sarah" Williams Pounds (1800 - 1837)
  Robert Anderson (1810 - 1881)*
  Naomi P. Anderson Williams (1836 - 1886)*
  Emeline Anderson Beall (1841 - 1911)*
  Lucretia Anderson (1846 - 1880)*
  George M Anderson (1859 - 1930)*
  Salvena Pounds Trover (1810 - 1884)**
  Charity Pounds Anderson (1815 - 1890)
  Benjamin Pounds (1816 - 1896)*
  Joseph Pounds (1821 - 1855)*
  Naomi Susan Pounds Cooper (1826 - 1909)*
*Calculated relationship
Fairview Cemetery
Boone County
Iowa, USA
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Record added: Jun 28, 2011
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Charity <i>Pounds</i> Anderson
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- G. Robideaux
 Added: Aug. 17, 2012
Dear Charity Pounds Anderson I hope it's some comfort to you to know that I often think of you. Married to a Methodist minister, 12 children--you must have been proverbially poor. I hope your children gave you happiness, and that one of their descendan...(Read more)
- wayne
 Added: May. 1, 2012

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