Obituaries - William H. ANDERSON
Subject: William Henry Anderson lived in Macomb in the 1870's, married Amanda M. Hainline, father of James Lewis Anderson.
MANY MOURN PASSING OF LATE OGDEN MAN - Services Held Wednesday for Wm. Henry Anderson. Interment Made at Glenwood Cemetery.
Funeral services for the late Wm. Henry Anderson were held on Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the late residence in Ogden conducted by the Rev. Morris of the Primitive Methodist church of Angus. In these services, he was assisted by Rev. W. C. Tyrrell, Rev. Chas. Davis and Rev. Roy Nelson of Boone. The singers for the services were from the Primitive Methodist Church of Fraser and Mrs. E. G. Carlson and Mrs. Thomas Walker of Ogden who sang "Gates Ajar." The pallbearers were members of the local union No. 2433, United Mine Workers of America, and were: Messrs Chas. Gallager, Albert Schrader, Tom Walker, Andrew Johnson, Andrew Bowman, and Ed Lindholm. Interment in Glenwood cemetery at Ogden.
His Life Sketch
William Henry Anderson was born in Castle Eden, Durham county, England, November 29, 1848 and died at his home in Ogden, Iowa, January 24, 1925 at the age of 76 years one month and 25 days.
He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife and six sons, James L. of Macomb, Ill., William of Florence, Colo., Thomas, Johnnie and Albert of Ogden, Iowa, Edward of Fraser, Iowa and one daughter Mrs. Agnes Beaumont of Maysville, Mo., and 25 grandchildren. Also two sisters Mrs. J. W. Jopling of High Bridge, Iowa and Mrs. F. E. Spooner of Los Angeles, Calif. He was a miner most of his life having labored in the coal mines about 66 years and retired because of failing health about a year before his death.
Contributed by Kathy Lathrop
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