|Birth: ||Apr. 4, 1833|
|Death: ||Jul. 26, 1893|
Private Shahan's Batt. and Jesse's Mtd. Rifleman.
From Frankfort 319-70: R. C. Anerson listed on roll as "Capt. Corbin's men". Listed age as 30 years. Eyes - blue, height 5'10". Microfilm states that he was born in New York. Enlisted in Boone Co. but as of March 1992, I have not located him in 1860 Census.
From Loder Diary, September 16, 1861 (in part) "....there was also a ring of young men that rode for a money purse that was won by R. C. Anderson."
From the Boone County Recorder, October 9, 1889, page 3, column1 (in part): "Married near Union, Ky., Monday, October 7, 1889 at 9:30 Mr. R. C. Anderson of Alexandria, Missouri to Miss Sallie Corbin of Union. They left at once for their future home in Missouri."
He is buried at Big Bone Baptist Cemetery. The large stone in the new addition is marked R. C. Anderson, April 4, 1839 - July 26, 1893, his wife, Sally, March 16, 1840 - October 13, 1927.
SCOURCE: "The Civil War in Boone County", by Jack Rouse 1996,
Sally Anderson (1840 - 1927)*
Big Bone Baptist Church Cemetery
Created by: David L. Bush
Record added: Jan 22, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10357043