|Birth: ||Dec. 23, 1888|
|Death: ||Oct. 31, 1918, France|
A telegram came to Mrs. Ida Anderson, bearing the heartbreaking news that her son Eddie had died in France, October 31, from Broncho-pneumonia.
Eddie Anderson was born at Oakland, Nebraska, December 23, 1888, and lived there up to the time of being drafted into the Army, which was September 19, 1917. He was sent to Camp Funston, and later to Camp Stuart, Virginia. In April he went to France in the capacity of Wagoner. He belonged to the Supply Company of the Fourth Infantry.
There are left to murn his early demise the mother, Mrs. Ida Anderson, and the following brothers and sisters. Ellen, Hannay, Carl and Mrs. Ed Anderson, of Oakland and Mrs. Carl Nordstrom, of Wausa.
Eddie was a member of the Swedish Lutheran Church, and his is the first of the forty-five stars on its service flag to be turned to gold.
John William Anderson (1851 - 1900)
Ida Sophia Carlson Anderson (1849 - 1934)
Ellen Sofia Anderson (1876 - 1969)*
Hanna M Anderson Colvert (1879 - 1940)*
Carl J. Anderson (1880 - 1935)*
Mabel Pauline Anderson Nordstrom (1883 - 1960)*
Caroline Elizabeth Anderson Anderson (1887 - 1972)*
Edward Anderson (1888 - 1918)
Emma C or G Anderson (1891 - 1892)*
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery and Memorial
Departement de la Meuse
Plot: Plot D, Row 37, Grave 6
Maintained by: SMD
Originally Created by: CWGC/ABMC
Record added: Aug 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55990239
Added: Oct. 22, 2016