|Birth: ||Sep. 16, 1856|
|Death: ||Aug. 23, 1933|
Nathan died at the age of 76 years, 11 months, and five days.
In the year 1879 he and his parents moved to Kansas.
In 1882 he was married to Lena Halbittel(Halbedel), who was called away by death the following year. In 1886 he was united in marriage to Anna Catherine Gross, his surviving companion. At this time he and his bride moved to Trego County, where they experienced pioneer hardships for three years. They moved to Clay County,and after spending a number of years in the vicinity of Industry, to Dickinson County. His last years were spent at Abilene.
He was a good provider for his family, and was honest in all his dealings. His aim in life was to have a good home in his old days, and this he accomplished by hard work and saving.
He believed in his Savior. Although he has never taken membership in a church, but used to love to go to church to hear the sermons and singing, but his hearing failed him so that he didn't get any good from it any more.
Two sons were born to this union, William of Industry, and Charles of Abilene. These with his companion(wife Anna), three grandchildren, one brother Abe Anthony, of Wiggins, Mississippi, and one sister, Mrs. Edwin Johns, of Quinlan, Oklahoma, survive him.
William Henry Anthony (1826 - 1907)
Julia Ann Hall Anthony (1829 - 1904)
Anna Katherine Gross Anthony (1865 - 1934)
Lena Anna Halbedel Anthony (1866 - 1883)*
William Anthony (1886 - 1951)*
Charles A. Anthony (1890 - 1951)*
James Monrow Anthony (1852 - 1920)*
Julia Ann Anthony Halbedel (1853 - 1929)*
Jane Amanda Anthony Johnson (1855 - 1916)*
Nathan Anthony (1856 - 1933)
William Henry Anthony (1862 - 1885)*
Mary Rebecca Anthony Mills (1864 - 1923)*
Abel Anthony (1867 - 1953)*
Emmeline Anthony Johns (1869 - 1955)*
Maintained by: P Jones
Originally Created by: Sunshine
Record added: Jun 13, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27521999
Added: Mar. 18, 2013