Anderson, Elizabeth “Lizzie” (McCoy) Nov 1876 - 1 Feb 1963 CCR 7 Feb 1963
[Note: Daughter of William & Josephine ( ) McCoy; married Robert G. Anderson 1873 - 24 Feb 1956]
Mrs. Lizzie Anderson, 86, died Thursday morning at her home in Chadwick. She had lived there most of her life and was a member of Chadwick Baptist Church. Survivors are two sons, Ray, state of Oregon, and Byron, St. Joseph; two brothers, Ed McCoy, San Francisco, and Arthur, state of Florida; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Raines, Sparta; six grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sunday at Chadwick Baptist Church with the Rev. Roscoe Harding officiating. Burial was in Chadwick Cemetery under direction of Harris.
Anderson, Emma A. (Cupp) 13 Nov 1890 - 17 Nov 1968 CCR 21 Nov 1968 p8
[Note: married Edgar E. Anderson 25 Feb 1888 - 9 Mar 1969]
Mrs. Emma A. Anderson, 78, Ponce de Leon, died at 9:20 a.m. Sunday in Springfield Baptist Hospital. A resident of Christian and Stone Counties most of her life, she was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, Ed E.; and four sons, Lowell, Fair Oaks, Calif., Russell, Citrus Heights, Calif., Louis, Ponce de Leona and Dennis, Bettendorf, Iowa. Other survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Mildred Jackson, Springfield, Mrs. Roma Word, Carmichael, Calif., Mrs. Zoe Glossip, Ponce de Leon, Mrs. Doris Arnold, Wichita, Kan. and Mrs. Mary Lou Howe, Jefferson City. Also surviving are four brothers, Sims and Ellis Cupp, both of Forsyth, Otto, Stuart, Iowa and Herbert, Fellows, Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. Daisy Bilyeu, Fair Oaks, Mrs. Nellie Brile, Denver, Colo., Mrs. Mable Keithley, Spokane and Mrs. Nettie Bilyeu, Forsyth; 31 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Baptist Church in Ponce de Leon with the Revs. Kenneth McIntosh and LaVern Maxwell officiating, Burial was in Highlandville Cemetery under direction of Harris of Ozark.
Anderson, Ethel L. (Lieuallen) 29 Feb 1924 - 6 Aug 2010 CCH-N 11 Aug 2010
[Note: Daughter of Doc & Elsie ( ) Lieuallen; married Norbert E. Anderson 17 Apr 1913 - Aug 1977]
Graveside services for Ethel L. Anderson, 86, Ozark, were 11 a.m. Aug. 6 in the Gobblers Knob Cemetery, Hollister. Brother Bill Nicholson officiated. Burial followed in the Gobblers Knob Cemetery. Services were under the direction of Snapp-Bearden Funeral Home, Branson. Mrs. Anderson passed away Aug. 2 at the Ozark Riverview Manor. Ethel Louise Anderson was born Feb. 29, 1924, in Hollister, to Doc and Elsie Lieuallen. She was blessed with two sons. Ethel was a homemaker. She had moved to Ozark from Kissee Mills about 20 years ago. She is preceded in death by her parents Doc and Elsie Lieuallen; one brother Glenn and four sisters Virginia, Bertha, Vera and Lethia. Ethel is survived by her two sons Norbert E. Anderson Jr. “Andy,” of Ozark, and Gerald R. Anderson, of Egypt; one sister Cledia Maddox, of Sullivan; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Anderson, Eva Marie 19 Jan 1927 - 1 May 2008 SN-L 4 May 2008
[Note: married 20 Jul 1944 Jesse W. Anderson]
Eva Marie Anderson, 81, of Nixa, Mo., passed away Thursday, May 1, 2008, in St. John's Hospital, Springfield, Mo. She was born on January 19, 1927, in Nebo, Mo. Eva was united in marriage to Jesse W. Anderson on July 20, 1944. She attended the Nixa First Baptist Church. Eva was preceded in death by her husband, parents, six sisters, and two brothers. She is survived by two daughters, Evelyn Hutsell of Nixa, and Margaret Crouch and husband Dale of Kansas City; two granddaughters, Amy Hutsell, and Marci Crouch. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, May 5, 2008, in Greenlawn Funeral Home North, Springfield, Mo. Visitation will be held at 9 a.m. Monday, May 5, 2008, in the funeral home. The family suggests donations be made to Nixa First Baptist Church-Building Fund or to the American Cancer Society.
Anderson, Fern Irene (Hull) 19 Sep 1927 - 4 Jan 1985 OH 10 Jan 1985 p8
[Note: Daughter of Otie Clarence & Violet P. (Nelson) Hull; married 11 May 1942 CCM Robert Ervin Anderson 11 Aug 1921 - 3 Apr 1999]
Services for Fern Anderson, 57, Oldfield, were held Jan. 6 in Harris Chapel, Ozark, with Bill Richardson officiating. Burial was in Old Boston Cemetery near Oldfield. Mrs. Anderson died Jan. 4 in Cox Medical Center, Springfield, after a long illness. A lifelong resident of the Oldfield and Bruner communities, she was a homemaker and a member of Oldfield Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Robert E.; two daughters, Lucille Clifton, Oldfield, and Diana Rogers, Bruner; two sons, Leon and Carl, both of Oldfield; 11 grandchildren; her father, Otie Hull, Bruner; three brothers, Arthur and John Hull, both of Bruner and Wade Hull, Moxee City, Wash.; and six sisters, Marie Letterman, Selah, Wash., Kate Moore, Ozark, Joyce Holt, Springfield, Mabel McHaffie, Oldfield, Huba Johnson, Sparta, and Sue Burkhart, Chadwick.
Anderson, Frank A. 22 Sep 1899 - Nov 1976 OH 2 Dec 1976 p13 & OH 9 Dec 1976 p13
[Note: Son of James B. & Amanda (Page) Anderson; married Bessie Bridges 9 Jan 1909 - 10 Dec 1959]
OZARK - Services for Frank A. Anderson, 77, of 529 Cherry, Springfield was at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Harris Chapel, Ozark. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. Mr. Anderson died at 10:13 p.m. Monday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield, after a short illness. He was a retired farmer and stockman and had lived in the Ozark community most of his life and Springfield for the past 10 years. Survivors include four sisters, Mrs. Gussie Haguewood, Hollister, Miss Mary Ellen Anderson, Springfield, Miss Martha Susan Flood and Mrs. Pauline Seals, both of Ozark; one brother , Grantz, of Ozark and several nieces and nephews, The family will be at the funeral home from 7 to 8:30 p.m. today.
Anderson, Fred 1911 - 28 Jul 1963 CCR 1 Aug 1963
[Note: married Ida Lawrence]
Fred Anderson, 52, of 2602 Horning, Springfield, died suddenly at 12:30 a.m. Sunday at the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Gertrude Lawrence, of Mound, near Ava. A resident of Springfield for 12 years, he moved here from Ava and worked at MFA Tire Company. Survivors are his wife, Ida; four daughters, Mrs. Hazel Thornton, 1602 Madaline, Mrs. Beulah Sweaney, 1535 East University, Mrs. Francis Deck, 1705 West Nichols, and Bernice Anderson, of the home; two sons, Jim and Kenneth, both of the home; and four grandchildren. Also surviving are a sister, Lucille Gardner, Oldfield; half-brother, Ray Anderson, address unknown; five half-sisters. Pearl, Dorothy, Gwen, Maxine, and Marie, all of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Clinkenbeard-Beard Chapel in Ava with the Rev. C.B. Maggard officiating. Burial was in Hall Cemetery, about 20 miles west of Ava.
Anderson, George Edward 22 Dec 1875 - 17 Nov 1948 CCR 18 Nov 1948
[Note: Son of James S. & Sarah Elizabeth (Remer) Anderson; married 25 Nov 1900 CCM Dollie M. Shelburn 1884 - 6 Jul 1963]
George Edward Anderson, 73-year-old farmer, died at his home one and a half miles south of Oldfield, Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 17. Survivors include his widow, Dolly; two sons, Raymond and Robert of Oldfield, four daughters, Mrs. Netta Garrison of Sparta, Mrs. Mary Richardson of Oldfield; Mrs. Thelma Goodman of Springfield, and Mrs. Ruth Moody of Utah; two brothers, Charley of Keltner and Newt of Springfield; his sister, Mrs. Sybil Minor of the state of California. Mrs. Nan Workman of Chadwick, Mrs. Mary Shipman, Mrs. Jane Gardner, and Mrs. Cora Gibson of Springfield; and ten grandchildren. Harris of Chadwick will have charge of arrangements.
Anderson, Gloria Jean (Greenlee) Maines 24 Jan 1942 – 14 Jan 1996
[Note: Daughter of Thomas & Eugenia (Green) Greenlee; married ? Maines; married ? Anderson]
Gloria Jean Anderson, 53, Ozark, passed away at 5:00 a.m., Sunday, Jan. 14, 1996 in Ozark Nursing and Care Center following a long illness. Gloria was born Jan. 24, 1942, in San Bernadino, Ca., the daughter of Thomas and Eugenia Green Greenlee. She is preceded in death by her parents. Survivors include one son, Leland Maines, and his wife, Dona, Broken Arrow, Okla.; two daughters, Cindy Reynolds, and her husband. Marvin, Sapulpa, Okla., and Wendy Barry and her husband, Kevin, Houston, Tx.; one brother, Tommy Greenlee; and six grandchildren. No services are planned. The body has been cremated under the direction of Harris, a Cassity Heritage Funeral Home, Ozark.
Anderson, Grace B. (Caughron) 16 Sep 1913 - 24 Jun 2010 SN-L 27 Jun 2010
[Note: Daughter of Rev. James Worth & Effie (Frazier) Caughron; married Charles Gratz Anderson 7 Mar 1906 - 4 Jun 1997]
Grace B. Anderson, 96, was born on September 16, 1913, to Reverend Worth and Effie Caughron, in Boaz, Mo. She passed away June 24, 2010, in Springfield. She was married to Gratz Anderson (who preceded her in death in 1997). For 56 years, they resided in Ozark, where they owned and operated a hardware store. Survivors include her daughter, Jeanne and Ed Legge, Forsyth; her son, Jim and Janet Anderson, Springfield, and four grandchildren, Kirk Enochs, Santa Monica, Calif., Amanda Enochs Rachel Anderson, Columbia, Mo., and Rebecca Anderson, Springfield; and two sisters, Dona Johnson, San Diego, Calif., and Luella Baker, Springfield. Funeral Services will be 11 a.m., Monday, June 28, 2010, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Reverend Dennis Winzenried officiating. Burial will follow in Selmore Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10 to 11 a.m., Monday in the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to the Finley River Community Foundation.
Anderson, Grace B. (Caughron) 16 Sep 1913 - 24 Jun 2010 CCH-N 7 Jul 2010
Grace B. Anderson, 96, who was born on Sept. 16, 1913, to Rev. Worth and Effie (Frazier) Caughron in Boaz, died on June 24 in Springfield. She was married to Gratz Anderson (who preceded her in death in 1997) for 56 years and they resided in Ozark, where they owned and operated Anderson-Flood Hardware. She was a 1931 graduate of Clever High School and attended Draughon’s Business College in Springfield. She was employed by the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Farm Security Administration, was Christian County Treasurer and operated the License Bureau in Ozark. For several years she was the bookkeeper for their hardware store. After retirement, she volunteered for St. John’s Hospital Auxiliary, where she was president from 1982 to 84 and managed the gift shop from 1984 to 88, resulting in more than 12,500 volunteer hours with the auxiliary. She was elected 6th district director and second vice president of the Missouri Association of Hospital Auxiliaries. In 1984 she received the Southwestern Bell Senior Volunteer of the Year Award for Springfield. For many years she was vice-chair of the Christian County Democrat Central Committee. She also chaired the Christian County Memorial Gift Fund of the American Cancer Society for 15 years and was on the board of the Christian County Public Welfare Board. For more than 60 years, she was a member of the Ozark Study Club and Eastern Star. She was an active member of First Baptist Church, Ozark, for most of her life until moving to Springfield in 1995, when she joined Second Baptist, Springfield. Survivors include her daughter, Jeanne Legge and her husband, Ed, Forsyth; her son, Jim Anderson and his wife, Janet, Springfield; four grandchildren, Kirk Enochs, Santa Monica, Calif.; Amanda Enochs and Rachel Anderson, Columbia; and Rebecca Anderson, Springfield; and two sisters, Dona Johnson, San Diego, Calif.; and Luella Baker, Springfield; many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; four sisters, Reathel Caughron, Jewell Caughron, Willie Richardson, and Ruth Dodson; and a brother, Joe Caughron. Services were held at Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, on June 28, with Pastor Dennis Winzenried officiating, and burial at Selmore Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Friends of the Christian County Museum, c/o Finley River Community Foundation, PO Box 455, Ozark, MO, 65721.
Anderson, Grace Fay (Chaffin) 18 Dec 1884 - 13 Jan 1938 CCR 20 Jan 1938 p2
[Note: Daughter of David Newton & Sarah (Hall) Chaffin; married 6 Jan 1901 William Harvey Anderson 27 Nov 1874 - 16 Jun 1947]
Gracie Fay Chaffin, the daughter of Dave and Sarah Chaffin, was born Dec. 18, 1884, and departed this life Jan. 13, 1938, aged 53 yeas and 25 days. She was united in marriage to William Harvey Anderson on Jan. 6, 1901. To this union four children were born, two having preceded their mother in death. She was baptized into the Center Point Christian Church in 1902 and remained a member until death. She is survived by the husband, two daughters, Mrs. Lola Sears of Topeka, Kans., and Mrs. Effie Anderson of Maple Hill, Kans. She is also survived by nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Linden Chapel on Saturday, Jan. 15, at 2 p.m. with Brother Anderson of Sparta officiating. Burial was made in the Linden cemetery under the direction of the Klepper Funeral Home of Ozark.
Anderson, Gracie Ethel (Jenkins) 10 Nov 1892 - Apr 1986 OH 10 Apr 1986 p5
[Note: Daughter of Henry H. & Missouri Tennessee “Zude“ (Wright) Jenkins; married James Henderson Anderson 3 Mar 1889 - 27 Jul 1969; birthdate from SSDI disagrees with age in obit]
Services for Gracie Ethel Anderson, 94, Crane, were held April 5 in Meadors Chapel, Clever, with the Rev. Pete Wells officiating. Burial was in Crane Masonic Cemetery. Survivors include one son, Lloyd Anderson, Crane; one daughter, Virgie Mendenhall, Crane; one brother, Sam Jenkins, state of California; two sisters, Martha Bush, Bakersfield, Calif. and Flossie White, Crane; one grandchild; three great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren,
Anderson, Hans N. 29 Apr 1860 -27 Sep 1929 CCR 3 Oct 1929 p1
[Note: Son of Neals & ? ( ) Anderson; married Anna Eberhart; MODC says died 27 Sep; obit says 30 Sep; MO DC hard to read but first name appears to be Hans; was born in Denmark, as were both parents; buried in St. Louis]
H. N. Anderson, father of Nels E. Anderson of St. Louis died at his home in Springfield last Friday and the funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Anderson home at 731 Delmar street. The deceased is survived by the widow, Mrs. Anna Anderson, one daughter, Miss Chrissie Anderson of Washington, D. C. and one son, Nels E. of St. Louis. Mr. Anderson was well known in Ozark. Mrs. Nels E. Anderson was formerly Miss Lucille Adams of this city.
Anderson, Harold Vinton 6 Apr 1903 - 18 Dec 1918 CCR 27 Dec 1918 p1
[Note: Son of William Harvey & Grace Fay (Chaffin) Anderson; middle name spelling from tombstone and MO DC]
Mr. Harold Venton Anderson, aged 15 years. 8 months and 12 days, died at his home near Oldfield December 18, at 11:20 o’clock from an attack of pneumonia, following influenza. He is survived by the father, Harvey Anderson, the mother Fay and three sisters, Hazel, Effie and Lola. Lo! the time drew near when Harold must die, When no human face will look upon him again. Through the many paths, he sweeps something called death. He sleeps today, he is gone from us. Harold’s rest is that of the calm, the just, the good. His turbulent battled are over. Let our days be not dark and dreary, but let them be filled with love and cheerfulness for God is still. Our faith shall not fail us, for Christ is eternal. Let us all meet in heaven and there through the never ended ages of Eternity, we will sing the praises of the great Redeemer. A Friend.
Anderson, Helen Louise (Young) 13 May 1932 - 29 May 2009 CCH-N 3 Jun 2009
[Note; Daughter of Warner & Fairy ( ) Young; married 17 Nov 1957 Jan Anderson]
Helen Louise Anderson, 77, of Ozark, passed away May 29, 2009. She was born on May 13, 1932, in Niangua, to Warner and Fairy Young. On Nov. 17, 1957, she married John Anderson in Las Vegas. They settled in California and for 50 years called Burbank home. They spent their 53 years together traveling to many locations around the world. Helen was a devoted wife and mother to her husband and children. She was known for her compassion for others, stories of the past and her delightful sense of humor. Helen is preceded in death by her parents, Warner and Fairy Young; husband, John Anderson; sister, Doris Wolfinbarger; and one son, James Anderson. Survivors include children, Michael Anderson and wife Denise; John Anderson; and Michelle Cogswell and husband, Steve; five grandchildren, Josh Cogswell, Clayton Cogswell, Trevor Anderson, Brittany Anderson, and Erin Anderson; one sister, Dorotha Dykes; and one brother, James Young and wife, Evelyn; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Visitation will be held at 10 a.m. June 6, at Greenlawn Funeral Home East, and funeral will follow at 11 a.m.
Anderson, Hiram Payne 14 Feb 1847 - 12 Jun 1943 CCR 17 Jun 1943 p1
[Note: Son of Epson & Sarah (Lawson) Anderson; married 1868 Mary Jane Bloomer 1853 - 4 Sep 1937]
Funeral services for Hiram P. Anderson, 96, one of Christian county’s oldest and best known residents, who died Saturday, June 12, were held Monday afternoon at Sparta Baptist church, conducted by Rev. Floyd Hanks of Springfield, with interment in Roller cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. Born in Hawkins county, Tennessee in 1847, he was married to Mary Jane Bloomer in 1868. His wife preceded him in death in 1937. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, with their five children, moved from their home in Scott county, Virginia, to Christian county in 1880, making the trip by covered wagon. Thirteen children were born to the family. 11 of whom survive. They are Mrs. Alice Monger, Sparta, Mrs. Lizzie Hawkins and James B. Anderson, Ozark, Harvey Anderson, Chadwick, Lt. Col. P.H. Anderson, Ft. Ringgold, Texas; Mrs. Cora Monger, Oldfield; Charles Anderson, Springfield; Mrs. Marie Woods and Wade Anderson, Rogersville R.F.D.; Mrs. Barbara Thompson, Fresno, Calif.; and Hiram P. Anderson Jr., Firebaugh, Calif. Two children preceded their parents in death, Epps Anderson in 1906, and Mrs. Virgie Warren in 1930. Also surviving are 57 grandchildren, 51 great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren, a total of 122 living descendants. Mr. Anderson was converted and united with the Baptist church while a young man in Scott county, Virginia.
Anderson, Hiram Payne 14 Feb 1847 - 12 Jun 1943 CCR 20 Aug 1928 p1
Anderson, Mary Jane (Bloomer) 20 Oct 1853 - 4 Sep 1937 CCR 20 Aug 1928 p1
Those 60 years
To Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Anderson, the community should stop and honor the three score years they have travel life’s road together. Their life and the record of their lives give material over which the community, the state and the nation might ponder for hours in solemn meditation. They stand before the community, living examples of what God hath joined together. They have traveled those sixty years, not over days and weeks and months and years of modern conveniences but they have traveled in a way that started with the things of homespun nature. No doubt their trials and hardships have been many and often were such that tested their most excellent manhood and womanhood - a test that we venture the modern couples of today would seldom fathom together. To the modern generation, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Anderson stand towering and shining examples of what weeding life should be and how it should end. We pray that God in his infinite Wisdom and Understanding shall watch over this remarkable couple and make their closing days one round of golden dreams, filled with expressed appreciation of what they have meant in this community, this state and this nation.
Anderson, Hiram Payne, Jr. 11 Feb 1897 - 16 Dec 1971 CCR 23 Dec 1971 p8
[Note: Son of Hiram Payne & Mary Jane (Bloomer) Anderson; married 31 Jan 1920 Blanche M. Merritt 24 Feb 1900 - 29 Aug 1934; married 24 Nov 1938 Beulah Bilyeu; there is a tombstone for him in Sparta IOOF Cemetery, even though obit says he was buried at National Cemetery]
Hiram Payne Anderson, 74, of Ozark, died at 10:10 p.m. Thursday in St. John’s Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Anderson, a lifelong resident of Ozark, was a 53-year member of Friend Masonic Lodge. He was a retired postal department employee and a member of the Springfield VFW post. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Ozark. Surviving are his wife, Beulah; a son, Joe Anderson, Springfield; two daughters, Mrs. Josephine Rauch, Washington, MO., and Mrs. Bart Higgins, Kirkwood; a brother, Charles Anderson, Springfield; a sister, Mrs. Marie Woods, Rogersville; 14 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Monday at the First Baptist Church in Ozark with the Revs. Allen Harrison and Howard Blevins officiating, Burial was in National Cemetery under direction of Adams of Ozark. Masonic Rites at graveside were conducted by Friend Lodge 352 of Ozark.
Anderson, Irene Caroline (Shipman) Lee Sapp 30 Mar 1917 - 20 May 2004 CCH-N 26 May 2004
[Note: Daughter of Matthew & Malinda (McDaniel) Shipman; married first ? Lee; married second ? Sapp; married third Charles Anderson]
Irene Caroline Anderson, age 87, Ozark, passed away Thursday, May 20, 2004 in Cox South Medical Center. She was born in Chadwick on March 30, 1917, the daughter of Matthew and Linda (McDaniel) Shipman. She was baptized at the age of 15. Irene worked as a beautician for 45 years. Survivors include three children, Charles Lee and wife Jewel, Chadwick; Darlene Wilkerson, Kearney and Bob Sapp and Lisa, Georgia; 9 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; a 1 great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Charles Anderson; a grandson, Charles Oren Lee; 2 brothers and three sisters. A graveside service was held Saturday, May 22 in Chadwick Cemetery with Carmel Johnson, Officiating. Visitation was from 7-8 p.m. Friday in the Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Anderson, Irene Caroline (Shipman) Lee Sapp 30 May 1917 - 20 May 2004 SN-L 21 May 2004
Irene Caroline Anderson, age 87, of Ozark, passed away Thursday, May 20, 2004 in Cox South Hospital. A graveside funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 22, in Chadwick Cemetery with Carnal Johnson officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Adams Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. today in the funeral home.
Anderson, James Adam 24 Jan 1889 - 22 Oct 1950 CCR 26 Oct 1950
[Note: Son of Thomas & Virginia (Hood) Anderson; married 1 Sep 1909 Elsa Sanders]
Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 24, in the Hurley High School auditorium for James Adam Anderson, 61, who died Sunday at his home 6 miles southeast of Hurley. The Rev. Frank Eaton officiated at the services. Burial was in the Short cemetery under direction of Harris of Clever. Mr. Anderson was born January 24, 1889, in Stone County, the son of Thomas and Virginia Hood Anderson. On September 1, 1909, he was united in marriage to Elsa Sanders and to this union six children were born. Mr. Anderson had owned and operated a thrashing machine and had served many farmers in Stone and surrounding counties during the past 29 years. Survivors include two sons, Howard of Hurley and Milford of the home; four daughters, Mrs. Mary Boyd and Mrs. Ruby Meade of Kansas City; Mrs. Doris Barnett of Rt. 1 Clever, and Miss Peggy Lou Anderson of the home; two grandchildren, Junior Anderson and Jimmy Meade; two brothers, John, of Rt. 2 Crane and Rev. Robert Anderson of Hamilton, Kansas; one sister, Mrs. Carrie Rhodes of Crane.
Anderson, James B. 5 Nov 1871 - 13 Apr 1955 CCR 14 Apr 1955 p1
[Note: Son of Hiram Payne & Mary Jane (Bloomer) Anderson; married 12 Jan 1898 CCM Amanda Francis Page 26 Feb 1876 - 17 Jun 1969]
Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon at the Chaffin Funeral Chapel at Ozark or James B. Anderson, 83, who died at 10:10 Wednesday night at his home here following an illness of several months. Rev. Reg M. Mapes and Rev. Harold Hurst will be the officiating ministers and interment will be at Selmore Cemetery where Friend Lodge A. F. & A. M. will conduct Masonic rites. A native of Virginia, Mr. Anderson came to Missouri in a covered wagon at the age of nine, and Christian County has been his home since then. A farmer and stockman his entire life, Mr. Anderson was well known and had countless friends throughout southern Missouri and northern Arkansas. He was a kindly and considerate man, vitally interested in the happiness and well-being of every acquaintance. In 1908, he became a member of Friend Lodge No. 351, A. F. & A. M. at Ozark and remained a loyal and active Mason until his death. He had been a Shriner for almost 40 years and was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Amanda Anderson; two sons, Frank Anderson of Springfield and Gratz Anderson of Ozark four daughters, Mrs. Ward Haguewood of Springfield, Mrs. Leslie Flood of Ozark, Mrs. Leon Seals of Tulsa and Mary Ellen Anderson of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Hobart Thompson of Fresno, Calif., Mrs. Ernest Woods of Rogersville and Mrs. Joe O. Monger of Ozark three brothers, Wade Anderson of Rogersville, Charles Anderson of Springfield and Hiram Anderson of Ozark, eight grandchildren, other relatives and innumerable friends.
Anderson, James F. 6 Aug 1887 - 18 Nov 1964 CCR 26 Nov 1964 p1
[Note: Son of George & Sarah (Chronister) Anderson; married 1910 Ollie McDaniel 9 May 1891 - 28 Sep 1976 - 1910 census gives her name as Tinsey Q.; California Death Index gives mother‘s maiden name as Johnson]
Jim Anderson, 76, Oakland, Calif., a former resident of Ozark and Sparta, died at 2:20 a.m. Wednesday in an Oakland Hospital. Surviving are his wife, Ollie; a daughter, Miss Wilda Anderson of the home; a son, Loyal, Castro Valley, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Jack Hartline, 1016 North West Avenue, Mrs. Louise Dutton, 514 West Walnut and Mrs. Pauline Williams, Hutchison, Kan.; and four grandchildren. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Wednesday in C. P. Bannon Funeral Home at Oakland.
Anderson, James S. 24 Oct 1850 - 21 Mar 1928 CCR 29 Mar 1928 p1
[Note: Son of Jessie M. & Sibbia Ann (Miller) Anderson; married 5 Apr 1885 CCM Sarah Elizabeth Remer 5 Feb 1852 - 16 May 1921 who married first a Jones]
James Anderson died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rube Shipman, one mile south of Chadwick, on March 21st, at the age of 77 years. The funeral services were held at the Boston cemetery on March 22, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon with Rev. Applegate officiating. Burial took place in the Boston cemetery under the direction of T. B. Chaffin.
Anderson, Jane (Bussard) 22 Apr 1933 - 19 Dec 1999 CCH-N 22 Dec 1999
[Note: Daughter of ? & Unice Bussard; married Don D. Anderson]
Jane Anderson wife of Don D. Anderson born April 22, 1933 died December 19, 1999 at Cox South. Jane is survived by her husband Don of 48 years, their only child, Vicki Don Hill and her husband Terry Hill; three precious granddaughters, Casey Dawn Hill-Tyger, Kiley Jane Hill, Ashley Rose Hill; and her mother, Unice Bussard, all of Highlandville, Missouri; two sisters, Sharon Hutton of Jefferson City Missouri, Norma Appelman of Las Vegas, Nevada, and many family members and a host of friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice. Jane was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She enjoyed sharing crafts and special activities with her family. She was instrumental in the family business for over 20 years. Join family and friends for a memorial celebration of her life held at their home December 28, 1999 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Anderson, Jewell (Reed) Budd 29 Jul 1925 - 27 Oct 2003 CCH-N 5 Nov 2003
[Note: Daughter of Harvey Joshua & Grace (Shipman) Reed; married Hugh J. Budd, Sr., 24 Jul 1922 - 31 Dec 1977; married 1985 Robert Ervin Anderson 11 Aug 1921 - 3 Apr 1999]
Jewell Budd Anderson, age 78, of Oldfield, passed away Monday, Oct. 27, 2003 in Christian Health Care West, Springfield. She was born July 29, 1925 in Galloway, the daughter of Harvey and Grace (Shipman) Reed. She was married to Hugh J. Budd, Sr., who preceded her in death in 1977. In 1985 she and Robert Anderson were married. He preceded her in death in 1999. She was also preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, Treva and Mary, and a brother Harley. Survivors include: three sons and their wives, Hugh J. Budd, Jr., and Holly, Nixa, Calvin and Renee Budd, Clever, and Maurice and Diana Budd, Ozark; four step-children and their spouses, Leon and Ruth Anderson, Oldfield, Carl and Carla Anderson, Oldfield, Luella Dollarhide, Oldfield, and Diana and Gene Sanders, Sparta; six grandchildren, Mike Budd, Tom Budd, Jason Budd, Angela Fletcher, William Budd, and Josh Budd; six step-grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren, several step-great-grandchildren; a brother, Charley; and four sisters, Cynthia, Betty, Irene and Wyona. Jewell lived her life as a Christian woman, and was a member of the Church of Christ. Funeral services were at Oct. 30, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Chuck Eakins officiating. Singing was provided by members of the Church of Christ. Burial followed in Springfield National Cemetery. ©Ozarks Newsstand 2003
Anderson, Jim "Homer" 1 Oct 1923 - 16 Jul 1990 NN-E 26 Jul 1990
[Note: Son of Aaron & Polly ( ) Anderson; married Ruby]
Jim "Homer" Anderson, 66, Highlandville, died Monday, July 16, 1990, in his home. He was born Oct. 1, 1923, in Lead Hill, Ark., to Aaron and Polly Anderson. He is survived by his wife, Ruby, of the home; his mother, Polly, Taneyville; a son, Carl, Highlandville; two daughters, Janice Lord and Vicky Lewallen, both of Highlandville; five brothers, Sherman, state of Washington, Earl, Forsyth, Tom, Protem, and Shorty and William, both of Taneyville; five sisters, Florence Gunter, Waterloo, Iowa, Nora McClure, Wheatland, Minnie Lewis, Cedar Creek, Rosalee Strain, Kissee Mills, and Flora Cummings, Walnut Shade; two grand-daughters; and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were last Thursday in Harris Colonial Chapel with the Rev. Gary Jennings officiating. Burial was in Methodist Church Cemetery, Omaha, Ark.
Anderson, John F. 1 Jul 1930 - 23 May 1989 NN-E 1 Jun 1989
[Note: married Pearl]
John F. Anderson, 58, of Springfield, died at 3:20 p.m. May 23 at Cox Medical Center North following a long illness. Services for Mr. Anderson were held May 26 in the New Apostolic Church with the Rev. Lonnie Norman officiating. Burial was in Springfield National Cemetery under the direction of Meadors Funeral Home, Republic. Mr. Anderson was a retired steel worker, and was a member of the New Apostolic Church. A U.S. Marine Corps veteran, he served his country during the Korean Conflict. He was a member of the American Federation of Police, and was a life member of the DAV. Survivors include his wife, Pearl; two stepdaughters, Alice Tanner, Yakima, Washington, and Linda Russell, Springfield; eight stepsons, Lonnie, James, John, Donnie, Gary and Tommy Dean Williams, all of Springfield, Clyde Williams, Fordland, and Richard Williams, Ozark; two brothers, Henry, Springfield, and Edgar, Boise, Idaho; two sisters, Rosalee Spray, Bakersfield, California, and Mabel Heil, Puyallup, Washington; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Anderson, Joseph Robert “Joe” 6 Jan 1916 - 3 Dec 1932 CCR 15 Dec 1932 p1
[Note: Son of Robert G. & Elizabeth (McCoy) Anderson]
Joseph Robert Anderson of Chadwick was born Jan. 6, 1916, and went to his Heavenly home Dec. 3, 1932, at the age of 16 years, 11 months and 3 days. He was converted at home Sept. 9, 1932, was baptized and united with the Baptist church Sept. 14, 1932. He was always so happy and prayerful and satisfied with his conversion during his illness, and always said he was fully trusting in Jesus. Funeral service was conducted by Rev. Albert Hanks Dec. 6 with burial under the direction of Klepper Undertaking company in the Chadwick cemetery.
Anderson, Lafayette 23 Aug 1908 - 23 Jul 1965 CCR 25 Jul 1965 p1
[Note: married Helen Louise]
Lafayette Anderson, 56, Route 2, Aldrich, died at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield. He was a farmer and a member of the Church of Christ in Bona. He is survived by his wife, Helen Louise; two daughters, Miss Marilyn Anderson, Willard, Mrs. Charley Oxley, Ozark; and a half brother, Wilson Owen, El Dorado Springs. Funeral services will be announced by Doyle L. Daniel of Walnut Grove.
Anderson, Lance Neal 18 Dec 1986 - 24 Nov 2009 SN-L 1 Dec 2009
[Note: Son of Alvin & Dianna ( ) Anderson]
Lance Neal Anderson, 22, Nixa, passed away Tuesday November 24, 2009. He was born December 18, 1986, in Springfield, Mo., to Alvin Anderson and Dianna Brumley. Lance is survived by his children, Jaden, Alexander and Isabella; father Alvin Anderson; mother, Dianna Brumley and her husband, John; brother Michael Anderson; step-sister Brittany Simmons; grandparents, Norman and Betty Hackett, and Marie Gibson; and many other family members and friends. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, December 2, 2009, in Herman H. Lohmeyer Funeral Home, 500 E. Walnut St. Private burial services will be at a later date. Online condolences can be shared at www.hhlohmeyer.com.
Anderson, Lenora E. (McKenzie) 7 Nov 1924 - 1 Sep 2005 SN-L 6 Sep 2005
[Note: Daughter of Jackson & Dora (Gibson) McKenzie; married 6 Jul 1942 Ross Charles Anderson]
Lenora E. Anderson, age 80, of Nixa, passed away Thursday, September 1, 2005. She was born November 7, 1924, the daughter of Jackson and Dora (Gibson) McKenzie. On July 6, 1942, she and Ross Charles Anderson were united in marriage. They lived in Amarillo, Texas, for several years, where Mrs. Anderson served as Assistant Registrar for Amarillo College and as legal secretary for the Amarillo City Lawyer. She also worked for several years helping her husband in his plumbing, heating and air conditioning business in Guymon, Okla. After moving to Kimberling City, Mrs. Anderson was a member of Ladies Auxiliary of the Elks Lodge #2505, serving as president for two years. She was also a member of the Kimberling City Art Guild. Mrs. Anderson was an artist and many of her family and friends have enjoyed her paintings. She was also an avid reader. She and her husband moved to Nixa a few years ago and have been active members of the North Nixa Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband of 63 years, Ross; two sons, Ross Anderson, Jr., and his wife, Judy, Kimberling City, and Johnny Anderson and his wife, Voletta, Ozark; four grandchildren, Jeff Anderson, Brian Anderson, Kristie Boehne, and Sean Anderson; two great-grandchildren, Brittain Shank and Justise Boehne; a sister, Frances Edwards, Ft. Worth, Texas; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, and a brother. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, September 8, in North Nixa Baptist Church with Pastor Jerry Francisco officiating. Burial will follow in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield. Visitation will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa. In Lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to North Nixa Baptist Church.
Anderson, Lon 1880 - Sep 1943 CCR 30 Sep 1943 p1
[Note: possibly a son of James S. & Sarah Elizabeth (Jones) Anderson; married 1 Jan 1916 Angeline “Angie” Hattery]
Word was received here Monday of the death of Lon Anderson, 62, a former Ozark resident at his home at Hockerville, Okla. Burial was at Miami, Okla. A native of Ozark, Mr. Anderson moved to Oklahoma 24 years ago. Survivors are his wife, Angie, two sons, Charley and Ward, and one brother, Newt Anderson.
Anderson, Loyal Isaac 12 Dec 1921 - 8 Jan 1945 CCR 8 Mar 1945 p7
[Note: Son of Edgar E. & Emma (Cupp) Anderson]
Then last Friday, March 2, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Anderson were notified that their son, Pfc. Loyal Anderson, who had previously been reported wounded in action, was killed in action in Belgium. The Andersons now live near Ponce but are former residents of this community. Our deepest sympathy goes to the bereaved family and surely with these two latest reminders of the price our American boys are paying, the least we can honorably do is to do our best on the home front by buying bonds, aiding the Red Cross and giving to the Blood Bank.
Anderson, Loyal Isaac 12 Dec 1921 - 8 Jan 1945 CCR 9 Dec 1948
Loyal Isaac Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Anderson, was born Dec. 13, 1921, and died Jan. 8, 1945, on the Belgium battlefield. He volunteered enlistment in the Army March 14, 1942, where he remained for over a year and then joined the paratroopers. He was a member of the Chestnutridge Baptist church since 12 years of age. He is survived by his parents, five sisters, Mrs. Mildred Jackson of Springfield; Mrs. Clarence Word of Marshfield, Mo.; Mrs. Curtiss Glossip of Ponce de Leon, Mo.; Mrs. Gene Arnold of Walnut, Kan., and Mary Lou of the home; four brothers, Lowell and Lewis of Falrocks, Calif., and Russell and Dennis of the home. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Nov. 30, at the Highlandville Baptist church by Rev. Worth Caughron with burial in the cemetery nearby under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home.
Anderson, Loyal Raymond 29 Apr 1912 - 2 April 1982 OH 9 Apr 1982 p2
[Note: Son of James & Linza (McDaniel) Anderson; married Josephine]
Services for Mr. Loyal R. Anderson, 69, Castro Valley, Calif., were held April 6 at Sorenson Brothers Mortuary of Hayworth, Calif. Burial was in Hayworth. Mr. Anderson died April 2 at Eden Hospital at Castro Valley. A former resident of Christian County, he was retired from the lumber business and a member of the Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Josephine; one son. Jerry, Sparta; two daughters, Mrs. Jackie Barkworth, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Andrea Jo Marquant, San Jose, Calif.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Genevie Silva and Mrs. Coralee Laux, both of Castro Valley; one sister, Wilda Anderson, of California state; 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Anderson, Lucile “Mimi” (Adams) 4 Oct 1893 - 22 Jul 1979 OH 26 Jul 1979 p3
[Note: Daughter of James Franklin & Martha Ann “Mattie” (Crain) Adams; married 19 Jul 1919 Nels E. Anderson]
Services for Mrs. Lucile “Mimi” Anderson, 85, Ozark, were held Tuesday in Harris Chapel with Dr. Prentice Meador officiating. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery. Mrs. Anderson, a native of Ozark, died Sunday in Springfield MediCenter. She attended Drury College and the University of Missouri. In 1913, she began working as a reporter for the Springfield Republican. She was the second woman who was hired to work as a reporter in Springfield. In 1919, she married Nels Anderson, the managing editor of the newspaper. Mrs. Anderson and her husband spent some time in Greece where Anderson was a vice consul. After returning to the United State, she became the book editor for the St. Louis Times. She returned to Ozark in 1937 as the advertising manager for Heers. In 1948, she became the manager of the Ozark Book Shop in Springfield, Mrs. Anderson started the Christian County Public Library in 1954. She retired in 1974. She was a member of the Ozark Christian Church, Zeta Tay Alpha Sorority, the Missouri Library Association and the American Library Association. She is listed in Who’s Who Among American Women. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Anne Appleby, Ozark; a son, Nels A., Springfield; a brother, Ward A. Adams, Springfield; seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Christian County Library.
Anderson, Lucile “Mimi” (Adams) 4 Oct 1893 - 22 Jul 1979 OH 20 Sep 1979 p1
[Note: Caption under photo 1: The late Lucille Anderson, pictured in the Christian County Library which was the culmination of one of her dreams, will be honored posthumously by the Missouri Library Association at a presentation Sept. 27 in Springfield. Caption under photo 2: Children like David Flatness, 3 1/2, Sparta, were very much in Lucille Anderson’s thoughts in her 20-year career as Christian County’s first librarian. With David is his mother, Mrs. Ed (Christine) Flatness]
Daughter to Accept Top Honor for Lucile Anderson
A Meritorious Award, Missouri Library Association, for outstanding services in he library field will be given Sept. 27 in honor of Mrs. Lucile Adams Anderson who died the past July 22, She was nominated for the honor last May. Mrs. Anderson’s daughter, Mrs. Sam (Anne) Appleby of Ozark will accept the award at the Howard Johnson Lodge of Springfield, at the annual conference of the Missouri Library Association, Sir Phillip Richardson of London, England, will be the speaker at the awards banquet. The award presentation will be by Charles O’Halloran of Jefferson City, the Missouri State Librarian. Mrs. Prosser described Sir Phillip as a public relations and communications consultant who was on a speaking tour of the United States. His topic will be ‘Caring and Communicating.” Mrs. Anderson founded the Christian County Library n 1954. She was the librarian for 20 years. And he last great achievement was the new building which the modern up-to-date library now occupied. “Without her,” said Mrs. Marilyn Prosser, who succeeded Mrs. Anderson when she retired in 1974, “we wouldn’t have this new building.” Even after her death, Mrs. Anderson’s influence on the library’s growth is continuing. Memorial contributions still coming in, are being used to buy microfilm of Christian County newspaper issues daring back to 1898 and up to 1953. The microfilm purchase was at the suggestion of the family. Newspapers on the microfilm will include the old Sparta Christian County Leader, the Billings Times, the Ozark Herald, the Ozark Tribune and the Christian County Republican (not the Ozark Headliner}. A microfilm reader has already been purchased and about 36 rolls of microfilm have been ordered, developed by the University of Missouri Film Laboratory. Following is the nomination letter by Mrs. Marilyn Prosser. It sets out Mrs. Anderson’s public career and library accomplishments. “Lucile Anderson has had a colorful and outstanding career in library service. “After completing a 20-year career as a newspaper journalist for the Springfield (Mo.) Republican and the St. Louis Times and a second 20-year career in the book store business, she was asked to help the people of Christian County establish a library, thus beginning her third 20-year career. “In 1954, in a small one-time livery stable, the Christian County Library started with a collection of 1,300 volumes. Over the years, Mrs. Anderson was very involved in the growth and development of the library’s collection. At her retirement, the collection had grown to 49,000 volumes. “The school administrators in the county will remember Mrs. Anderson’s undying devotion to the young people. A desire to see libraries in every school district throughout the county was one of her special goals. In 1974, all eight school districts has library services for their youngsters. “One project Mrs. Anderson had a deep fondness for was the collecting of local history of Christian County. In 1959, she served as an editorial supervisor in the writing of Christian County: It’s first 100 Years. She developed an outstanding collection of materials on the county as well as Southwest Missouri. The room housing these materials now bears the name “Anderson History Room” in her honor. “As early as 1957, Mrs. Anderson worked with Willard Dennis and Vivian Maddux in forming what is now the Southwest Regional Library Service, Inc. in Bolivar. “In 1961, the Bibliographic Center” was created. Mrs. Anderson was instrumental in the development in Southwest Missouri. The Bibliographic Center then evolved into O.P.L.S. (Ozark Pioneer Library System) and finally the Southwest Missouri Library Network. Lucile Anderson was actively involved in each stage of growth in library cooperation. “I hope you will give her high consideration for the Meritorious Award.”
Anderson, Lynn A. 21 Jun 1902 - 10 Mar 1907 CCR 14 Mar 1907 p1
[Note: Son of Charley A. & Lellie (Brock) Anderson]
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Anderson wish to thank the good and kind people of Ozark for their many acts of kindness rendered them during the sickness and death of their only son, Little Lynn and especially do they wish to thank those kind friends for the financial aid rendered which was a true offering from the whole-souled people of Ozark to a neighbor in distress, and which was accepted by them in the true spirit in which it was given and as coming indeed from many good Samaritans. God bless you all is their prayer.
Anderson, Lynn A. 21 Jun 1902 - 10 Mar 1907 CCR 14 Mar 1907
Lynn Anderson, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Anderson, died at the home of his parents in south Ozark, Sunday evening, March 9, 1907 of pneumonia, at the age of four years and eight months. The remains were laid to rest in the Ozark cemetery Monday afternoon, March 11, Rev. Holbert conducting the funeral services. Little Lynn was a bright and intelligent little fellow and he will be greatly missed. The sorrowing parents and relatives have the sympathy of the entire people.
Anderson, M. Louise 29 Jan 1928 - 24 Sep 2007 SN-L 25 Sep 2007
[Note: Daughter of Helen Edna & Herbert Dean ( ) Anderson]
M. Louise Anderson, 79, Springfield, passed away at 12:55 a.m. Monday, September 24, 2007, in Primrose Place after a long illness. She was born January 29, 1928, in Springfield to Helen Edna and Herbert Dean Anderson, and attended Springfield schools, graduating from Central High School in 1945. She worked at Bell Telephone Company and retired after 37 years of service and was a member of the Pioneer Club. She was preceded in death by her parents. She leaves behind a sister, Helen Orlena Salzman; two nieces, Renee Howard and husband, John, and Nanette Burnett and husband Mike; two nephews, Lawrence "Gene" Lane and wife, Jeanne, and Garon Salzman. Graveside services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, September 26, 2007, in McConnell Cemetery under the care of Herman H. Lohmeyer Funeral Home, 500 E. Walnut. Friends may call from 1 to 2 p.m. today in the funeral home. Online condolences can be made at www.hhlohmeyer.com.
Anderson, Madge Geneva (McGee) 11 Mar 1918 - 16 Oct 2011 SN-L 18 Oct 2011
[Note: Daughter of Wesley & Mattie (Towery) McGee; married 6 Apr 1935 Jud Hugo Anderson 28 Apr 1914 - 7 Feb 1992 - SSDI gives his name as Jun H. Anderson]
Madge Geneva Anderson, 93, Ozark. Arrangements: Clinkingbeard Funeral Home, Ava.
Anderson, Madge Geneva (McGee) 11 Mar 1918 - 16 Oct 2011 ClinkingbeardFH
Madge Geneva Anderson, 93 years, 7 months, and 5 days old, passed to heaven on October 16, 2011 at Ozark Nursing and Care Center, Ozark, MO. Madge was born March 11, 1918 in Pauls Valley, OK to Wesley and Mattie (Towery) McGee. Madge was resident of Ozark, MO for a few years moving from the Ava area near Smallett. She and her husband had lived there for over 23 years. Madge had also lived in Tulare, CA where she had worked as an LPN in a hospital. On April 6, 1935 Madge and Jud Hugo Anderson were united in marriage in Elmore City, OK and to this union four children were born. Madge was of the Baptist faith and had attended with Jud to the Walnut Grove General Baptist Church. She enjoyed working outdoors with her flowers, sewing, canning and gardening. Madge was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Jud Anderson in 1992, a son, Keith Anderson and five siblings. Madge is survived by one daughter & husband, Nancy & James Walker, Ozark, MO, two sons John and Bill Anderson, both of Oklahoma, 10 grandchildren, several great grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends. Graveside services for Madge will be Wed., Oct.19, 2011, 11:00 a.m. at the Mt. Tabor Cemetery with Rev. Robert Roberts officiating. Friends may call on Tuesday at Noon til service time at the Clinkingbeard Funeral Home, Ava, MO.
Anderson, Mamie L. (Hall) 3 Nov 1891 - 11 Jan 1971 CCR 14 Jan 1971 p8
[Note: Daughter of James Solomon & Tilda Caroline “Callie T.” (Osburn) Hall; married 19 Mar 1911 CCM Charley H. Anderson 19 Dec 1891 - 29 Sep 1954]
Mrs. Mamie L. Anderson, 79. a lifelong Christian County resident, died at Springfield Baptist Hospital at 5:05 p.m. Monday following a lingering illness. She was the member of the Oldfield Church of Christ. She is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Gladys Tabor, which whom she made her home at Keltner, Mrs. L. G. Scrivener, Livermore, Calif., Mrs, Clifford Calvin, Turlock, Calif., Mrs. Floyd Horton, Nixa, Mrs. J. H. Davis, Selah, Wash., and Mrs. Harley Reed, Keltner; four sons, Emmett Anderson, Springfield, James E. Anderson, Cassville, Everett Anderson, Sparta, and Darrell Anderson, Hood River, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. Dora Gardner, Sparta and Mrs. Lula Turner, Sprague, Okla. and 24 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today in Oldfield Church of Christ with Herle Gardner officiating. Burial will be in Old Boston Cemetery under the direction of Adams of Ozark.
Anderson, Mart 14 Sep 1888 - 30 Aug 1948 CCR 9 Sep 1948
[Note: Son of George & Sarah (Johnson) Anderson; married 24 Dec 1913 CCM Othena Roberts 7 Jul 1887 - 14 Feb 1977]
Funeral services for Mart Anderson, 59, who died August 30 at his home near Oldfield, were held Wednesday afternoon at Sparta Baptist church with Rev. Roy Shipman officiating. Burial was in Roberts cemetery under direction of Harris Funeral Home of Chadwick. Survivors include his wife, Othena; one brother, Jim Anderson, of Oakland, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Cass Adams of Springfield, Mrs. Pauline Stull and Mrs. Louis Dutton of Hutchinson, Kansas; other relatives and many friends. He was a member of the Fairview Baptist church.