|Birth: ||Dec. 11, 1845|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 7, 1915|
Frances' mother was born in New York. Frances was the daughter of William Henry Harrison Bailey (born c.1820), of Ithaca, New York. She was the step-daughter of Eileen (Alton) Bailey (1833 - 15 Apr 1903), of Limerick and Dublin, Ireland. In the 1870 U.S. Census, William and Eileen were living in Washington, DC. They divorced and William may have returned to New York to live. Eileen is #39128350.
Frances Huntley (Bailey) Anderson married William Thomas Anderson (16/19 May 1849 - 20 Dec 1930) on 24 Dec 1872 in Washington, DC. He was born in Good Hope, Washington, DC, to Thomas Anderson (born c.1828) and Mahaley (Skidmore) Anderson (Jan 1830 - 30 Apr 1904), who married on 7 Aug 1847 in Washington, DC. Mahaley is #49373737.
In the 1870 U.S. Census, William's mother, Mahaley, was living two households away from Frances' father and step-mother in Washington, DC. However, William was not living with her at that time.
Frances died of heart disease.
"On Sunday, February 7, 1915, at 11:55 p.m., Frances H., beloved wife of Capt. William T. Anderson. Funeral Tuesday, February 9, at 2 p.m., from chapel of Thomas F. Murray & Son, 401 East Capitol street. Relatives and friends invited."
The other known children of William and Frances were:
1) Sarah E. Anderson (born 12 Oct 1874) was born in Washington, DC.
2) Frances H. Anderson (born 21 June 1876) was born in Washington, DC.
3) Kathleen A. Anderson (born Dec 1880) was born in Washington, DC.
4) Marion H. Anderson (born 16 Nov 1883) was born in Washington, DC. She was a daughter.
Biography of Frances' step-brother, Lorenzo Alton Bailey. He is #39128352:
"Lorenzo Alton Bailey, of the Washington bar, and who also practices in the courts of Virginia and Maryland, chiefly in the higher civil courts and the court of claims, has been known in professional circles in the District of Columbia for thirty years.
He was born at Port Richmond, Staten Island, New York, June 21, 1855, son of William H. Bailey and Eileen Alton his wife, on the paternal side a descendant of New England stock, while through his mother he comes of English and Irish ancestors. His father, William H. Bailey, was in service during the civil war in the Twenty-third Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry, was seriously wounded in the second Bull Run battle, and soon afterward was discharged for disabilities.
Mr. Bailey was educated in public schools and under private instruction and was educated for the law at Georgetown University School of Law, graduating from there with the degree of LL. B. in 1876. In the same year he was admitted to practice in the courts of the District of Columbia, but before entering active practice he was for a time in the office of Hon. George W. Paschal, and later in the office of the United States district attorney. He then began general practice in the civil courts of the district, having little inclination for the criminal branches, and his professional engagements frequently call him into the courts of Virginia and Maryland. He is a Mason, an Elk, and a Knight of Pythias."
William Thomas Anderson (1849 - 1930)
"Child" Anderson (____ - 1898)*
Annette Victoria Anderson Webster (1878 - 1899)*
Anna Eliza Anderson (1879 - 1879)*
William Edwin Anderson (1888 - 1971)*
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA
Created by: cmyers
Record added: Sep 10, 2011
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