|Birth: ||Jun. 27, 1829|
|Death: ||Jul. 4, 1911|
Jane Lloyd Anderson was born in Toronto, Canada , June 27, 1829, and departed this life July 4,1911 at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. R. B. Francis, Holton, Kansas where she made her home.
In 1847 she was married to Robert Anderson. Later they moved to Illinois, living there a few years and then returning to Canada. In 1860 they again came to the United States and settled on what is known as the R. J. Tolin home place near this city. A few months later they moved to the Anderson homestead - a mile North and one west of Soldier, Kansas. There they resided until death called the husband, and for twenty years thereafter Grandma Anderson remained on that place and kept the home open.
Into this home eleven children were born, Marjery 1848 ~ Mary Jane 1850 ~ Isabella 1853 ~William Robert 1855 ~ Arthur 1857 ~ Edward 1860 ~ Clarissa V.1863 ~ Sarah 1865 ~ Alice 1867 ~ Margaret 1869 ~ Joseph A. 1872. Six of whom survive her, there are living 41 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Of her own family, one brother and three sisters survive her.
Mrs. Anderson joined the Methodist church when a child, with long life God has crowned her, and hers were almost all the experiences of life, and now God has taken her to the home that knows no breaking of ties, and to friends who have long been waiting for her coming.
Short service were conducted at the house Wednesday morning by Dr. S.S. Martin, after which the body was brought to Soldier where the funeral was held in the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon conducted by Rev. B. R. Smith. The pall bearers were son's and grandson's and were Joseph, William, Melvin Tolin, Leslie Anderson, Ross and Paul Francis. Relatives and family from out of town were William Anderson & family, Inez Nelson, Vivian Nuzman, and August Harrison from Circleville, Ruben Francis & family & wife, Leslie Anderson of St. Creek, Arther Anderson from Banner, Joseph Anderson & family of Miltonvale, Alice Fryberger of Granda, Colo. , W. A. Thompson of Holton.
The sympathy of a host of friends go out to them in this hour of parting with Mother, for vain is any attempt to measure the loss of a mother
Soldier Clipper and The Holton Recorder, July 20, 1911
Arthur Anderson ~ In 1880 Census, he was in Idaho with his sister Marjery. He was sent to Idaho to help re-locate Marjery and Children. He left from there and was never heard from again. (Per family story)
Margaret Anderson marrried James F Thompson. They had one child William Thompson abt. 1905 Born in Montana.
1930 Census Margaret & James were in Los Angles, Calif.
1940 Census James is living with son, William in Los Angles, Calif. He is listed as widowed.
Joseph A. Anderson ( 23 March, 1872 Ks./ 21 Nove., 1938) married Mary Agnes. They had 4 children
Pauline J. (Ks) abt. 1906, Jeanette Francis (Ks) abt. 1909, Mary M. (Ks) Abt 1913 & Kathryn Roselie (Neb) abt. 1919.
William Lloyd (1797 - 1876)
Sarah Holmes Lloyd (1802 - 1891)
Robert Anderson (1816 - 1885)
Marjery Anderson White (1848 - 1906)*
Mary Jane Anderson Nuzman (1850 - 1904)*
Isabella Anderson Johnson (1853 - 1880)*
William Robert Anderson (1855 - 1928)*
Edward Anderson (1860 - 1905)*
Clarissa Anderson Tolin (1863 - 1937)*
Sarah Elizabeth Anderson Francis (1865 - 1939)*
Alice Fryberger (1867 - 1945)*
Alice Lloyd Drew (____ - 1933)*
Margaret Lloyd Drury Baird (1823 - 1887)*
John Lloyd (1825 - 1864)*
Jane Lloyd Anderson (1829 - 1911)
David Bryan Lloyd (1831 - 1906)*
Francis Lloyd (1833 - 1895)*
William Lloyd (1837 - 1909)*
Robert Lloyd (1839 - 1913)*
Sarah Tabitha Lloyd Bell (1843 - 1903)*
Maintained by: Jen
Originally Created by: KUfan
Record added: Jun 22, 2009
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