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Anderson, John 1864-1939


Posted By: Doris Hoffman, Volunteer (email)
Date: 8/7/2010 at 19:50:10

Le Mars Sentinel
Tuesday, January 10, 1939
Le Mars, Iowa

John Anderson Lived Near
Akron Many Years

John Anderson, 74, retired farmer
of Akron, died Saturday afternoon In
the home of a daughter, Mrs. Fay
Shearer, in Sioux City after a brief
Illness. Mr. Anderson was born in
Sweden September 7, 1864. He came
to America when a youth and farmed
near Akron for many years before
moving to Sioux City.

Surviving, besides Mrs. Shearer, are
two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson of Canova , S. D., and Mrs. Walter
Shearer of Westfield, and two sons,
Elmer of Akron and E . Lennart Anderson of Albany, Ga.

The funeral was held Monday afternoon at
the Lutheran church. Rev.
A. Svenson officiating, and internment
made in the cemetery at Akron.
~NOTE: Correction: Internment was made
in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Adaville.

Le Mars Globe Post
Thursday, January 12, 1939
Le Mars, Iowa

Mrs. Walter Shearer was called
to the city Thursday by the serious
sickness and subsequent
death of her father, John Anderson.

His death occurred Saturday
morning in the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Fay Shearer, in
Sioux City. Funeral services were
held Monday afternoon from the
English Lutheran church at Akron
and the remains laid to rest
in the Adaville cemetery.


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