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Mary Anderson Fauquier Co., VA
Posted by: Patricia G Carter (ID *****9201) Date: March 19, 2013 at 03:31:40
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Approved Southern Claims Fauquier Co., VA.

Summary of a 104 page claim.

Mary Anderson widow of Thomas Anderson

Remarks: At the beginning of the Civil War, Thomas Anderson was a farmer living upon his own land of 600 acres, half wooded, near Grove Church in Fauquier Co., VA. He was “off color” being suspected of having African blood in his veins, which seems to have prevented him from exercising the voting privilege.

Mary Anderson, “I was never threatened but my husband was. They caught him (Rebels) at home once and took him out and took his money from him and threatened to hang him if he did not get ___ ___ ___.”
Two son-in-laws in Union taken prisoner .
One son, Allen Anderson in Army as a scout --Gen. Hooker Army
One son escaped to Washington D DC and is now employed by the Government
One son could not escape the Confederate Army, but he make it back home in a few months. They never caught him again.


Embrey, a neighbor, states all his neighbor believed him to be ¼ black and he was loyal to the Union cause.

Robert D. Embery

William N. Thorn

Joseph Anderson, son of Thomas, all of his sisters husbands were in the Union Army, Marshall K. Anderson Adm. of fathers Will was in the Union Army. States his father was a plaster by trade.

William N. Thorn, farmer and surveyor , lives in Fauquier Co., VA. “Gen Pleasanton’s ? Headquarters were in my house for about a week. They gave me a guard and protection for the meat and they said they were obliged to have corn and could not do without it”.

Marshall K. Anderson, son of Thomas a mason

Lucy Ann Brown, wife of one of the Anderson boys, remarried

Julius T Bradshaw son of Othelia Bradshaw, grandson of Thomas Anderson

Virginia Mollard ? , her brothers went North.

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