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ANDERSON, Minnie

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ANDERSON, Minnie

Posted: 1434004481000
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: Anderson
Once again the grim monster, death, has visited our neighborhood and took away our cherished friend and neighbor, Mrs. Minnie Anderson, the beloved wife of Mr. Roscoe Anderson of Redmoon neighborhood. Minnie was ill only a few hours when death came and relieved her of her terrible suffering.
Minnie was born March 1, 1888 in what was then known as Pickens County, Oklahoma, while Oklahoma was yet a territory and died April 18, 1916, age 28 years and 18 days.
The greater part of her life was spent at Center Oklahoma, her mother having lived at Center with the family for years. Minnie was well known and was loved by all who knew her. At the age of twelve she united with the Christian Church and about eight years ago, she accepted the apostolic faith and has since that time lived a true Christian life -- ever ready to do all she could for the betterment of all those with whom she associated. She was not only a teacher in our public schools, but a teacher by example. Her life seemed to be "In His Steps", and well the writer remembers the lovely conversation we have had the pleasure of having with her.
Our loss is heaven's gain and we with a host of friends and sorrowing relatives, rejoice to know she was prepared to meet our God of love and now is with Him singing his praises around the golden throne of God. She was married to Mr. Roscoe Anderson December 23, 1914, and to this union was born a little daughter who was with them but a few short hours until the angel spirit of their darling took its flight to its heavenly home. This was a sad trial for those loving parents but sadder still the death of a loving wife, daughter and sister.
She leaves an affectionate husband, a loving mother, sister and brothers to mourn her departure. We can only say to the bereaved ones - live as Minnie lived and some day clasp glad hand with her in the land of eternal joy where we never say goodbye and parting is unknown. Contributed.
The Cheyenne Star, April 27, 1916
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