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Henry Elias "Hank" Anderson
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Birth: Dec. 2, 1892
Knox County
Illinois, USA
Death: Jul. 6, 1945
Orange County
Florida, USA

Sergeant, Company 9, 161st Depot Brigade. Entered the service September 5, 1918 at Camp Grant, in the service 6 months; discharged March 7, 1919.

Henry E Anderson, formerly of Galesburg, died early this morning at Orlando, FL. His body is being brought here for burial. Funeral services will be announced later.

Services for Henry E Anderson, Orlando, FL, formerly of Galesburg, whose death occurred Friday morning at 1:45 o'clock, are to be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Kimber and West mortuary.
Mr. Anderson, popularly known as "Hank," experienced two heart attacks last December, and although hospitalized many weeks, failed to rally.
For many years Mr. Anderson was employed in wallpaper and paint stores in Galesburg. It was here that he was born December 2, 1892, a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. His marriage to Miss Dorothy Mahaffey took place at Canton, May 16, 1920.
During the First World War, Mr. Anderson as a veteran contracted an arthritic condition that forced him to move to Florida a few years ago. While a resident here he was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church.
Mr. Anderson was a one-hobby man who spent every available moment away from his work in fishing.
Surviving are his wife, two sisters, Mrs. JA Fisher of Chicago and Mrs. LD Johnson, city, and two brothers, Albert R Anderson, Tulsa, OK, and S William Anderson, city.

Services for Henry E Anderson, Orlando, FL, formerly of Galesburg, were held at 2 o'clock this afternoon in the Kimber and West mortuary with Rev. ML Raymond of Trinity Lutheran church presiding. Mrs. FY Greene played pipe organ numbers.
Pallbearers were ER Kiernan, Fred Yost, Dr. LR Nielson, William H Moon, Walter Brown and Henry S Dutch. Burial was in Hope Cemetery.
CA McDonald and Ralph B Johnson represented the American Legion in a brief ceremony of their organization.
Hope Cemetery
Knox County
Illinois, USA
Created by: PrairiePhoenix
Record added: Oct 15, 2011
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Henry Elias Hank Anderson
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 Added: Oct. 15, 2011

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