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from Biography & Historical Record of Ringgold County, Iowa

Lewis Publishing Company of Chicago, 1887, Pp. 311-12


Civil War Flags.jpg George R. ANDERSON, a successful agriculturist of Jefferson Township, residing on section 11, was born in York County, Pennsylvania, May 20, 1846, his parents, Edward and Lavinia (ROBINSON) ANDERSON, being natives of York County, Pennsylvania, and his grandfather, Nathaniel ANDERSON, also a native of the same county. Edward ANDERSON is deceased, but the mother of our subject is still living, now sixty-six years of age, and makes her home in Marysville, Union County, Ohio.

George R. ANDERSON, the subject of this sketch, was reared a farmer, and has always followed agricultural pursuits. His education was obtained in the common schools of his neighborhood.

He was a soldier in the war of the Rebellion, being a member of Company K, One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Ohio National Guards. He located in Mercer County, Illinois, in the spring of 1870, and in the spring of 1871 he came to Ringgold County, Iowa, and settled in Jefferson Township, on the farm where he has since been a resident. He has met with success in his agricultural pursuits, and is now the owner of 127 acres of choice land. He is now principally engaged in raising stock.

Mr. ANDERSON was united in marriage, October 31, 1877, to Miss Ada NEIDIGH, a native of Davis County, Iowa, her father, Charles NEIDIGH, having been a pioneer of that county.

Mr. ANDERSON has served his township acceptably as assessor for five years. He is a member of the United Presbyterian church, and a respected citizen of Jefferson Township.

NOTE: George R. ANDERSON enlisted as a musician at the age of 17 years on May 2, 1864, and was assigned to Company K of the 136th Ohio Infantry. On August 31, 1864 he was mustered out of service at Camp Chase, Ohio. He died at the age of 41 years, 7 months and 6 days on January 5, 1887 with interment made at Tingley Cemetery.

Biography & Historical Record of Ringgold County, Iowa, Pp. 311-12, 1887.

American Civil War Soldiers,

Transcription and note by Sharon R. Becker, January of 2009

Biographical Sketches Pages Index: A - F,   G - L,   M - R,  S - Z

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