|Birth: ||Jul. 27, 1889|
|Death: ||May 17, 1940|
Father: George W. Anderson (1861-1928)
Mother: Susan Sudie Louise (Tankersley)Anderson (1873-1937)
Spouse: Ada B (Johnston) Anderson (1900-1987)
Married: Abt 1938/1939 Pursley, Navarro County, Texas
Henry O Anderson (1892-1892)
Samuel Bailey Anderson (1897-1980)
Sudie Mae Eleanor Anderson Huffstutler(1899-1992)
Helen Evelyn Anderson Estell (1905-1964)
WORLD WAR I VETERAN (1917-1918)
The Corsicana Daily Sun
Saturday, May 17, 1940
William M Anderson
July 27, 1889 - May 17, 1940
W M Anderson, aged 51 years, died at his home in Purdon Community Friday night at 10:50 o'clock following an extended illness.
Funeral services are to be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the family residence with burial in the Dresden Cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ada B Anderson, Purdon, and a number of other relatives.
He is the son of George W Anderson and Susan L "Sudie" (Tankersley) Anderson.
Texas Wagoner S Trench Mottar BN CAC World War I.
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George W Anderson (1861 - 1928)
Susan Louise Tankersley Anderson (1873 - 1937)
Ada B. Johnston Boulware (1900 - 1987)
William M. Anderson (1889 - 1940)
Samuel Bailey Anderson (1897 - 1980)*
Sudie Mae Anderson Huffstutler (1899 - 1992)*
Helen Evelyn Anderson Estell (1905 - 1964)*
TexasWagoner S TrenchMortar BN CAC
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Wagoner S Trench Mortar BN CAC World War I.|
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The World War I Victory Medal is a decoration of the United States military which was first created in 1919, designed by James Earle Fraser. The medal was originally intended to be created by an act of the United States Congress, however the bill authoriz...(Read more)|
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MY DEAR UNCLE BILL, I MISS YOUR SWEET SMILE AND THOUGHTFULNESS. MAY GOD BLESS YOU FOR ETERNITY.|
Louise Huffstutler Vannoy
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