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Additional ANDERSEN Surnames in KENNARD Cemetery
Additional ANDERSEN Surnames in WASHINGTON County
ANDERSEN, Andrew C.ANDERSEN, Clarice J.ANDERSEN, Jens LudvigANDERSEN, Andrew ChristiansenANDERSEN, Frances E.ANDERSEN, Ray NANDERSEN, Rasmine PetrinaANDERSEN, Albert GeorgeANDERSEN, Albert JamesANDERSEN, AlfredANDERSEN, JamesANDERSEN, Julius WalterANDERSEN, Maren SofieANDERSEN, MarieANDERSEN, Peter JacobANDERSEN, Sophia KarenANDERSEN, Walter H.ANDERSEN, JensANDERSEN, AneANDERSEN, E. DonaldANDERSEN, Chris L.ANDERSEN, Caroline K.ANDERSEN, Arthur N.ANDERSEN, Edna E.ANDERSEN, Pearl LillieANDERSEN, Ann T.ANDERSEN, Elmer P.ANDERSEN, Armilda J.ANDERSEN, John C.ANDERSEN, Leon DavidANDERSEN, Emma C.ANDERSEN, Alfred C.ANDERSEN, Marie DortheaANDERSEN, *Family MonumentANDERSEN, Infant DaughterANDERSEN, Jens P.ANDERSEN, Mary Christina JosephineANDERSEN, HansANDERSEN, Ernest R.ANDERSEN, Harland R.ANDERSEN, Hans M.ANDERSEN, Sarah SophiaANDERSEN, Niels PeterANDERSEN, Inga MarieANDERSEN, KarenANDERSEN, Karen (close up)ANDERSEN, Niels P.ANDERSEN, Niels P. (close up)ANDERSEN, ChristianANDERSEN, Anna MarieANDERSEN, OpalANDERSEN, Norma L.
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Submitted: 1/12/09 • Approved: 1/15/09 • Last Updated: 2/17/13 • R96490-G0-S3
March 3, 1908 - December 16, 1908
First daughter born to Anton Andersen and Sena Svendgaad
Little Pearl E. Andersen 9 months old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Andersen, was taken ill last week. Medical attendance was had at once and for a time respondent inviolably to treatment with good prospects of a speedy recovery, but a change for the worse took place indication scarlet fever which later terminated in Mear croup. Dr. Prtuner performed the delicate operation, tracheotomy, which greatly relieved the little sufferer, but all in vain as fever had made too great advance to be overcome by medical skill undermine endurance. Convulsion was the immediate cause that took the dear on from this life to the latter life beyond. Pearl E. Andersen was born March 8, 1908 and died December 16 1908, and was laid to rest in the Kennard cemetery December 18. The services were held at the home. A.F. Schafer officiating. The funeral cortege was large considering the nature of the disease. The floral offerings were many and beautiful.
Contributed on 1/12/09 by deekaye
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