Samuel McDowell Anderson

Lexington Herald
October 6, 1918

Samuel McDowell Anderson, aged 77 years died at his home in Nicholasville, Kentucky  Saturday morning at 3 o'clock after a protracted illness. 

Mr. Anderson served in the Civil War.  He enlisted in Company E, 21st Kentucky Infantry, October 16, 1861 and was promoted to second Lieutenant in Company K. 20th Kentucky Infantry on September 23, 1862.  On November 25, 1862 he was honorably discharged from the army because of wounds.

He is survived by five sons; Morton and William of Flint Michigan, Samuel of Louisville, E. L. of Nicholasville and Edmond Anderson of Crab Orchard; and three daughters, Mrs. Ollie Clark of Alabama and Mrs. Joseph Noe of Nicholasville.

The funeral services will take place at the residence in Nicholasville, Monday morning at 10 o'clock.  Rev. J.A. Trostle officiating, assisted by Rev. W. E. Moss.

The honorable pallbearers will be; W. A. Sears, L:. M. Jackson, James Vince, A. L. Crisman, M. Young and N. R. Dickerson.  Active pallbearers will be Judge W. R. Buford, E. B. Hoover, R. Z. Moss, Samuel McDowell, O. F. Troutman and S. R. Muir.  The burial will take place in the family lot in Maple Grove cemetery at Nicholasville.

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