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Florence Lenetha Anderson
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Birth: Apr. 20, 1888
Madison County
Idaho, USA
Death: May 1, 1891
Uintah County
Utah, USA

Florence was the young daughter of Otto Alfred Anderson and Eleanor Hacking Anderson, early pioneers in the Rexburg, Idaho and the Ashley Valley areas. Florence died a few days after the birth of her younger sister, Phebe Ann (born in Ashley-later Vernal, 1891). After the death of their two daughters, the young family returned to Cedar Fort where their oldest daughter, Jane Ambrosine had been born and died the same day in 1886. The couple had 2 sons and 3 more daughters after they returned to Cedar Fort, Utah, Utah, USA.

Jane Ambrosine Anderson
Florence Lenetha Anderson
Phebe Ann Anderson
Wallace Anderson
Loran Alfed Anderson
Ila May Anderson Ault
Fay Anderson Briggs
Fern Anderson Johnson 
Family links: 
  Alfred Anderson (1860 - 1929)
  Eleanor Hacking Anderson (1865 - 1949)
  Florence Lenetha Anderson (1888 - 1891)
  Phebe Ann Anderson (1891 - 1893)*
  Wallace Anderson (1894 - 1942)*
  Loran Alfred Anderson (1897 - 1936)*
  Ila May Anderson Ault (1902 - 1972)*
  Fern Anderson Johnson (1905 - 1988)*
  Fay Anderson Briggs (1905 - 1986)*
*Calculated relationship
Maeser Fairview Cemetery
Uintah County
Utah, USA
Plot: Location Maeser_L1038_S4 Lot 4
Maintained by: James and Jane Family Or...
Originally Created by: Eileen Lentz
Record added: Jul 08, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20365049
Florence Lenetha Anderson
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Florence Lenetha Anderson
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