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Facts and Events
Appleton Post-Crescent, April 24, 1897, p. 6
Death of Warren Anderson
Warren Anderson[,] who has been a resident of Appleton the past eight years, died last Friday morning at his home on Edwards street. The deceased was 70 years of age[,] has lived many years in Wisconsin, on a farm in the vicinity of Fond du Lac[,] and in this city [Appleton] recently. He is survived by his wife and eight children, Warren Anderson, Jr., Eldorado; B.H. Anderson of Fond du Lac; John Anderson, Chicago; Mrs. A.E. Berndt, Mrs. D.S. Stevenson, Chicago; Mrs. F. I. Richardson, Manitowoc; Mrs. Ira Hall, Eldorado and Miss S.E. Anderson, Appleton. The deceased has been a member of the Masonic fraternity for 35 years and the funeral services[,] which were held Monday morning at 10:45 o'clock[,] were in their charge. The remains were taken to Fond du Lac on the noon train[,] the burial occuring in that city.
Fond Du Lac Daily Commonwealth, Fri, April 16, 1897, p. 3
Obituary Record,Warren Anderson
Mr. Warren Anderson, who had been a resident of Lamartine for fourty-four years, died at Appleton early this morning. He was born in New York state in 1827, and settled in this county with his parents in 1845. He became a prosperous farmer, and eight years ago he sold his farm and went to Appleton to live. One of his sons, Bertine H., lives in this city; and Buell and M.M. Anderson, also of this city, are his nephews.
Warren Anderson, farmer; P.O. Eldorado Mills, Wis.; born in Lewis Co., N. Y., May 16, 1827; his parents, Harvey and Betsey Anderson were also natives of York State; in the fall of 1845, he, with his father, in a wagon, started from the town of Clayton, Jefferson Co., N.Y., for Wisconsin, coming by the way of Erie, Penn., Cleveland, Ohio, and Chicago, Ill.; they arrived at the village of Fond du Lac in December of that year; they came at once to the residence of Mr. Sauburn in the town of Rosendale, where they made their home for a few days; his father entered a quarter-section of land in Sec. 36, town of Rosendale, and they at once began to build a pioneer shanty thereon; here, he with his father, kept bach[elor] through the winter, and by the spring of 1846 they had twenty-five to thirty acres cleared up; his father then returned to Jefferson Co., NY, for the other members of the family, and with them reached their Western home late in June of that year; ten years later, his father sold that farm and removed to another on Sec. 32; here his mother died Feb. 23, 1859, and his father on March 28 following, leaving four sons, two of whom are now living - Warren, subject of our sketch, and Charles, now of the town of Eldorado. June 11, 1851, he was married to Miss Marrietta T. [sic], youngest daughter of Phineas and Ruth M. Randall, immigrants from Crawford Co., Penn., in 1848, to the town of Larmartine, Fond du Lac Co., Wis, where her father died in 1850; they have had nine children - Susie E., Warren R., now of Eldorado Mills; Bertine H.; Nellie B, deceased; Emma B., Josephine B., Effa and Eva (twins), and John G. They attend the Congregational Church. Mr Anderson is a member of the Masonic Fraternity.
1860 US Census, Lamartine, Fond du Lac, WI
1870 US Census, Lamartine, Fond du Lac, WI
1880 US Census, Lamartine, Fond du Lac, WI