AGED PIOKEEE PASSES AWAY N. K, Anderson, age 82, passed away -it his home at Danbury, Sunday even¬ ing, at 10:15 o'clock ~ after a breii illness due to the infirmities of age, and a complication of disease. His death marks the passing of another pioneer. He is survived by his; aged wife, and three daughters, Mrs. Rose Huber of Toledo, Mrs. Hattie. Wigley of Akron, and Mrs. Henry Bahs of Danbury, two sons, John and Amiel preceded their father in death,
Mr. Anderson was born in Schess- wig-Holstein, Germany, April 22, 1844. Most of the time since com¬ ing to this country in 1865, he/has resided in Danbury where he was engaged in farming and fruit grow¬ ing with the exception of a few years which he spent at Plasterbed and Marblehead. q^ (i^~- /•¦) % I*
Funeral services were held at his home Wednesday afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock and from the Luthern Church at 2 o'clock with Rev. E. E. Eckhoff officiating
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