Topeka State Journal Tues. 12 Oct., 1971, pg. 10:
WHITE CITY - Services were today at the Christian Church here for Ingman O. Anderson, 77, White City, who died Saturday (Oct. 9) in a Junction City hospital. He had been ill several months.
He was born Dec. 7,1893 at El Reno, Okla., and lived in the White City community in Morris County since 1928. He was an Army veteran of World War I.
He was a member of the Christian Church and American Legion Post, both of White City. He was a retired farmer.
He was married to Inez E. Chinn on May 7, 1924. She survives.
Other survivors include 3 sons, Frank R. Anderson and Delbert D. Anderson, both of White City, and Ernest Anderson, Wichita; a daughter, Mrs. Lois Williams, Fort Scott; a brother, Oscar Anderson, Council Grove; 3 sisters, Mrs. Ed Lindgren, Dwight, Mrs. Annitta Prosser, Ellsworth, and Mrs. C.H. Kendall, Herington; and 11 grandchildren.
Burial was in White City Cemetery. Kendall Funeral Home at Council Grove was in charge of arrangements.
Obit thanks to FAG member 47160903
Inez E. Chinn Anderson (1900 - 1998)*
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