ANDERSON, Mayme Gertrude (Zack) 1885-1904
Posted By: S. Bell
Date: 11/7/2014 at 23:19:57
[Waterloo Daily Reporter, Wednesday, February 17, 1904, Waterloo, Iowa]
YOUNG WIFE SUCCUMBS
Five Weeks Illness of Typhoid Have Ended Fatally Last Night.
Relatives and friends of Mrs. Peter Anderson were grieved today to learn of the death of that lady, which occurred at 8:16 last evening, after an illness of typhoid fever, which extended over a period of five weeks. Death occurred at the family home, 70* North Franklin street. Mrs. Anderson was formerly a resident of Cedar Falls, where she has many acquaintance's.
The lady passed her nineteenth birthday on the 26th of last month. Mrs. Mayme Gertrude Anderson was a lovable young woman, who made friends easily and retained them by her many womanly traits. To know her was to make a friend.
She was reared In Cedar Falls, where she leaves parents and other relatives. She was united In marriage about a year ago to Peter Anderson who is at present connected with the Franklin Street Grocery Company.
The funeral arrangements have not yet been perfected,
but will be announced later.
[Waterloo Semi Weekly Courier, Friday, February 19, 1904, Waterloo, Iowa]
(From Wednesday's Daily)
DIES OF TYPHOID
Mrs. Mayme Gertrude Anderson, wife of Peter Anderson, died at her home at No. 80* Franklin Street last night at 8:15, after a two weeks' illness of typhoid fever.
She was born in Cedar Falls on the 26th day of January, 1885. She lived here in her early life, moving to Waterloo some few years ago.
She was married to Peter Anderson, of this city, a little over a year ago, he surviving her, suffering the loss of a kind and loving wife. Besides her husband, she is mourned by her parents at Cedar Fails, also a number of brothers and sisters.
The funeral, which has not been definitely arranged, will probably be held in Cedar Falls Sunday, afternoon.
*Discrepancy in Street address.
Burial at Greenwood Cemetery, Cedar Falls, Iowa
Maiden name Zack.[Credit to Debra Downing]
Black Hawk Obituaries maintained by Kermit Kittleson.
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