John and Meg Anderson

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John and Meg Rials Anderson jointly use this membership.

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John is originally from Shreveport, Caddo Par., La. and now resides, with his spouse Meg, in Arlington, Tarrant Co., Texas.

His father is J.D. ANDERSON, Sr from Plain Dealing, Bossier Par., La. and is buried in the Centuries Memorial Park, Shreveport, Caddo Par, La. His mother is Janae YOUNGBLOOD Anderson from Marthaville, Natchitoches Par., La.

His paternal grand-parents are John Thomas "Tom" ANDERSON and Maggie ALLEN Anderson. Both are buried in the Friendship Cemetery, near Cale, Nevada Co., Ark.

His maternal grand-parents are Cecil Roy YOUNGBLOOD and Annie Evelyn OLIVE Youngblood. Both are buried in the Beulah Methodist Church Cemetery, near Marthaville, Natchitoches Par., La.

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Meg is an Army brat. She was born in Germany, traveled the world and USA now resides, with her spouse John, in Arlington, Tarrant Co., Texas.

Her father is Col. Grady Ford RIALS from Jayess, Lawrence Co., Miss. He was US Army and is buried in the Arlington National Cemetery, Va. Her mother is Meredith Jane LAUDENSLAGER Rials from Weatherly, Carbon Co., Penn.

Her paternal grand-parents are William Henry "Willie" RIALS and Martha Samantha "Mattie" HOLMES Rials. Both are buried in the Sartinville Cemetery, Walthall Co., Miss.

Her maternal grand-parents are Ray Victory LAUDENSLAGER and Grace CAWLEY Laudenslager. Both are buried in the Union Cemetery, Weatherly, Carbon Co., Penn.

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