From the Enid Daily Eagle, Enid, Garfield county, OKlahoma, April 29, 1913, page 6.
"A.W. ANDERSON DIES
Alvin W. Anderson died this morning at 3:50 at the home of his son, W.D. Anderson, 1015 North Washington, of Brights disease. Mr. Anderson was a member of the Masons and the G.A.R. of Rochester, N.Y. for which place the body will be shipped for burial. He will be buried beside his wife, who died six years ago. Funeral services will be held in Enid at 8 o'clock this evening."
From the Enid Morning News, Enid, Garfield county, Oklahoma, Sunday, December 27, 1953.
Manley Aderson, 63, died Friday in an Oklahoma City hospital after a lingering illness.
Born in Missouri, he came to Enid when a young man and had lived here since that time.
He was employed by the Checker ane Yellow cab companies for 15 years before ill health forced his retirement.
Mr. Anderson was a veteran of World War I, a member of the American Legion and a member of the Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Nellie of the home, 917 East Oklahoma; one daughter, Mrs. Edward Quinlan of Long Island City, N.Y.; two brothers, Tye Anderson of Enid and Virgil Anderson of Morrison, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. O.W. Lingenfelter of Enid and Mrs. Edgar Thyfault of Blue Rapid, Kansas; and one grandson.
Services are pending at the Henninger-Allen funeral home."
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