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Lizzie McDonald Anderson
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Birth: 1863
Crawford County
Indiana, USA
Death: Mar. 20, 1899
Jackson County
Kansas, USA

Soldier. March 27, 1899. Died, Mrs. Lizzie Anderson of Atchison, on March 20, at the residence of her parents, Wm. [and C. M.] McDonald and wife ....

The Holton Weekly Signal, March 29, 1899.

Lizzie McDonald was born in Crawford county, Ind., in 1863 and came with her parents to Kansas in 1877. She united with the Christian church at Farmington in her 21st year, and in October 1888 became a member of the church at this place, where her name is still enrolled. She was married to Clayton C. Anderson, of Atchison, May 18th, 1898. After intense suffering from Septic fever she passed away March 20th, 1899, leaving an infant daughter, a husband, father and mother, two sisters, nieces and nephews ....

The Soldier Clipper, March 23, 1899. 
 
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 Parents:
  Wm. McDonald (1834 - 1919)
  Cynthia Ann Cummins McDonald (1840 - 1920)
 
 Spouse:
  Clayton Campbell Anderson (1860 - 1943)*
 
 Children:
  Clatie Elizabeth Anderson Hammerly (1899 - 1993)*
 
 Sibling:
  Abner Jackson McDonald (1860 - 1918)*
  Lizzie McDonald Anderson (1863 - 1899)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
BELOVED WIFE OF C.C. ANDERSON
 
Burial:
Soldier Cemetery
Soldier
Jackson County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: KUfan
Record added: Apr 22, 2009
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Lizzie <i>McDonald</i> Anderson
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Lizzie <i>McDonald</i> Anderson
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Lizzie <i>McDonald</i> Anderson
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To my Great Grandmother Anderson, I never met you but worse yet your daughter Clatie was never able to meet you. It is so sad that you passed away giving birth to her. I hope you know what a wonderful Grandmother she was to me. I know now that you are tog...(Read more)
- Patricia Hunt-Neis
 Added: Jan. 9, 2011

- Keith Wiese
 Added: Apr. 22, 2009
 
 
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