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  Father: James M Anderson (1846-?, Audrain & Montgomery County, MO)
Mother: Clarinda ? (1854-?, Audrain & Montgomery County, MO)
Father: Douglas E White
Mother: Drucilla May Gray

Son: James M Anderson Jr (1902-1932)
Dau: Clara Odessa Anderson (1905-1934) (m Frank Lyle Bishop, Mexico, MO)
Dau: Nellie Anderson (1906-1974) (m Roy Saxe, Hannibal, MO)
Dau: Effie Elizabeth Anderson (1908-1918) (Rush Hill, MO)
Dau: Leona Anderson (1910-bef1941) (m Swaggert, Chicago, IL)
Dau: Henriella Anderson (1913-1918) (Rush Hill, MO)
Dau: Elsie Anderson (1914-aft1974) (m Arthur Lemaster, Blue Island, IL)
Son: George Baysinger (1917-aft1941) (Camp Robinson, AR)
Son: Robert Baysinger (1919-aft1974) (Chicago, IL)
Dau: Elizabeth "Betty" June Baysinger (?-bef1941)
Son: Paul Martin Baysinger(twin:1922-bef1941)
Son: Marion Lee Baysinger (twin:1922-1930)
Dau: Betty? Baysinger (?-aft1974) (m Salvatore Dolce, Bridgeview, IL)
Son: William Baysinger (?-aft1974) (Chicago, IL)

William Henry Anderson (1876-1913) married Effie Elizabeth (White) (1880-1941) near Farber, Missouri in 1890. Henry and Effie had six daughters and one son. Husband Henry Anderson was killed in Laddonia, Missouri, on 16 December 1913 when he fell off a wagon with bales of hay being weighed at a scales after the mule team shied and started running. Left with seven young children Effie was again married in 1915 to William B Bayinger and about this time moved to Rush Hill, Missouri. Daughters Henriella Anderson, age 5, and Effie Elizabeth Anderson, age 10, of Rush Hill died in December 1918 from the flu and are buried in the Laddonia Cemetery with their father. At the very same time two more daughters Elsie Anderson, age 4, and Clara Anderson, age 14, were in the Mexico Hospital with the flu tho they do recover. In early 1920 William and Effie were living in Mexico, Missouri, (701 West Jackson St) with two Baysinger sons the oldest, George, being 3 years and 2 months and the youngest, Robert, being six months. In 1926 Effie moved with her family to Chicago, where she resided and in later years made her home with her son, Robert Baysinger. Son George Baysinger seems to have had been in the Army during WW II spending some time at Camp Robinson, Arkansas. Daughter Clara Bishop of Mexico, Missouri, died in November 1934 and is buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Mexico, Missouri. Husband William Baysinger died in 1935 in Chicago, Illinois. Effie died in September 1941 in Chicago and is buried in the Laddonia Cemetery, in Laddonia, Missouri. Daughter Nellie Saxe of Hannibal, Missouri, died in June 1974 and is buried in Laddonia Cemetery.

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Obituary William Henry Anderson, Laddonia, Missouri, 16 Dec 1913
Obituary Effie Elizabeth (White-Anderson) Baysinger, Chicago, Illinois, 17 Sep 1941
Obituary Clara Odessa (Anderson) Bishop, Audrain County, Missouri, 26 Nov 1934
Obituary Roy Saxe, Hannibal, Missouri, 21 Aug 1965
Obituary Nellie (Anderson) Saxe, Hannibal, Missouri, 6 Jun 1974
Obituary Henriella Anderson, Laddonia, Missouri, 13 Dec 1918
Obituary Effie Elizabeth Anderson, Laddonia, Missouri, 14 Dec 1918
Obituary Marion Lee Baysinger, Chicago, Illinois, 11 Aug 1930
Laddonia Cemetery, Laddonia, Audrain, Missouri
Wesley Preston Confesses To Killing Jas. Anderson, Montgomery City, MO, 04 Nov 1932
Notes Mary Frances (Bishop) Bales - St Peters, Missouri

Family Notes


Farber Cemetery, Farber, Audrain County, Missouri.
North Section Row 12
White, Drucilla May         1858 - 1914
       Douglas E.           1856 - 1929

Section ?
White, Robert Lee           28 Sep 1889 - 25 Aug 1948

Pease, Russell Jr           29 Jul 1929 - 30 Jul 1929
  (Infant son of Cecil and Pearl Pease)
Pease, Pearle B.            01 Oct 1896 - 30 Aug 1980
    Cecil D.                03 Aug 1897 - [29 Feb 1996]
  (married 22 Dec 1915)

Laddonia Cemetery, Laddonia, Audrain County, Missouri. Located north side of Route KK and to the west side of creek: Section Seven (West Side) Saxe, Nellie A. (Anderson) 20 Sep 19[06] - 06 Jun 1974 Section Six (towards West Side) Sankpill, Albert M 1898 - 1971 Sankpill, Mary E. 1900 - 1962 Moore, Claude T. 1896 - 1950 Moore, Anna B 1898 - 1972 Section Four (center) Anderson, William H. 12 Oct 1876 - 16 Dec 1913 Anderson, Henry E. 16 Sep 1913 - 13 Dec 1918 Effie E. 04 Sep 1911 - 13 Dec 1913
Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Vandalia, Audrain County, Missouri. Saxe, George 1865 - 1942 Saxe, Mary M. Tuggle 23 Jan 1971 - 25 Dec 1906 (wife of Geo. Saxe) Saxe, Roy 28 Sep 1892 - 21 Aug 1965
1900 Missouri Census (A536) Audrain County, Cuivre Township, 3,1,1,57 Anderson, James M H Mar 1846 54 MO Clarinda W Jul 1854 45 MO Oscar L S Jun 1883 16 MO Luther L S Aug 1886 13 MO Annie L D Aug 1888 11 MO Tennessee D Sep 1891 9 MO 1900 Missouri Census (W300) Audrain County, Cuivre Township, 3, 2, 3,55 White, Douglass E. H Dec 1856 43 IL Prissillie W May 1858 41 MD Effie D Dec 1883 16 MO Lee S Sep 1889 10 MO Ruth D Jul 1892 7 MO Grace D Nov 1894 5 MO Pearl D Oct 1896 3 MO Annie B D Jan 1898 1 MO NR D Jan 1900 2/12 MO Anderson, Henry Oct 1875 24 MO
1910 Missouri Census (A536) Audrain County, Laddonia Anderson, James M H 60 MO Clara I W 54 MO James M Jr GS 7 MO Battons, Tennesee D 19 MO Archie GS 3 MO 1910 Missouri Census (W300) Audrain County 3, 1, 165 White, Douglas E H 53 Ill Drucilla M W 50 Maryland Lee S 20 MO Ruth D 17 MO Grace D 15 MO Pearl D 13 MO Anna D 11 MO Mary D 10 Mo 1910 Missouri Census (A536) Audrain County 3, 7, 203 Anderson, Henry H 33 MO Effie W 26 MO James S 8 MO Clara D 6 MO Nellie D 5 MO Onie D 3 MO Effie L D 1 8/12 MO
Laddonia Herald, Audrain County, Laddonia, Missouri, 18 December 1913 (Thurs) Rush Hill News - George Anderson of Montgomery, attended the burial of his brother Henry Anderson, at this place Sunday. ... J. M. Anderson and wife have 13 grandchildren, and only one of that number has a father and mother. Mr. Anderson says he is truly thankful to the people for their kindness in assisting in caring for his son and for help to the family.
Laddonia Herald, Audrain County, Laddonia, Missouri, 30 April 1914 Directory of Laddonia Rural Telephone co 131 Anderson, Mrs. Henry Res.
Laddonia Herald, Audrain County, Laddonia, Missouri, 23 & 30 July, 6 & 13 August 1914 Baby Contest --- List of names in baby contest. Henry Ella Anderson [age about 10 months, Ella seems to have won]
Vandalia Leader, Audrain County, Vandalia, Missouri, 24 December 1915 Pease-White. Miss Pearl White and Mr. Cecil Pease were married Wednesday evening at eight o'clock, at the home of the bride's father, the Rev. S. E. McDonald officiating. Miss Grace White, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Robert Bassnett of Bowling Green were the attendants. Only members of the two families witnessed the ceremony. Mrs. Pease is a very pleasant and affable young lady, daughter of Mr. Doug White, near Farber. Mr. Pease is the son of John Pease near Vandalia and is an energetic young farmer. The Leader joins friends in extending congradulations.
Laddonia Herald, Audrain County, Laddonia, Missouri, 7 February 1918 Moore-White. Claude Moore and Miss Anna White were married in Mexico Wednesday, Jan. 30th, by Rev. Mitchell. Claude is the son of J.W. Moore and wife near Hutchison and has accepted a position on a street car in St. Louis. Miss White is the daughter of Doug White, near Farber, and is an industrious young lady. They visited his parents several days, when on Monday they left for their future home in St. Louis. The Herald extends heartiest congradulations.
1920 Missouri Census (A536) Montgomery County, Prairie Township, p132 Anderson, James M H 72 MO, Scotland Irish, MO Clarinda E W 64 MO, MO, MO James M Jr GS 17 MO Clarence B GS 15 MO John M GS 13 MO Batterns, Archie GS 12 MO Davidson, Isaac GS 7 MO 1920 Missouri Census (W300) Audrain County 4, 1, 3, 65 White, Douglas A H 63 Ill Mary E D 19 MO 1920 (13 Jan) Missouri Census (B252) Audrain County 4, 15, 4, 57 Bassinger, W.B. H 45 MO 701 West Jackson Street, Mexico Effie W 36 MO Georgia? S 3 2/12 MO Baby S 6/12 MO Anderson, Clara SD 16 MO Anderson, Nellie SD 15 MO Anderson, Leona SD 10 MO Anderson, Elsie SD 6 MO
Subject: Re: White and Anderson Family - Audrain County, Missouri Date: 16 Mar 1998 From: William F Bishop wbishop@tranquility.net To: Marjorie K beaumark@access.hky.com CC: James W Bradley jbradley@trib.net, Nancy L Lee nllee@ktis.net, Christine Noyer cnoyer@mail.advertisnet.com Marjorie K wrote: > Please send your query to my own e-mail address and I'll look > among my Whites and Andersons, > Me again. I forgot to put my e-mail address. Did your Whites and > or Andersons come from PA and/or Ohio? Were they Scotch-Irish? > Marjorie at beaumark@access.hky.com Thanks for responding... tho I have done a good bit of Bishop family research I have not yet tried too hard to follow my grandmother Clara Odessa (Anderson) Bishop's lines ie William and Elizabeth (White) Anderson... I never knew Clara as she died before I was born... I would sincerely like to follow up on their lines... my aunt (Mary Bales) has provided some information which I have included below... and I have also included some of the info from my online webpage for my grandparents... the webpage "Frank Lyle and Clara Odessa (Anderson) Bishop Family" can be found as a link off our website (url below) at the "Bishop Families of Montgomery County & MO" page... I have no information of where the White and Anderson families came from before they arrived in Audrain County... I do know there is information in the local county history books... but White and Anderson seem to be a very common surname... so have not yet gotten serious in tracking thru those family lines... hopefully you will have some clues that I can place with my known information... :-)... btw where do you live and what is your last name?... I lived in Columbia, Missouri, and was raised in western Audrain and northeastern Boone Counties... Also I have the query which I placed on the Audrain County Missouri GenWeb website in October 1997... being the query I think you are referring to: Anderson, White, Bishop "Looking for marriage/children of ANDERSON, William and WHITE, Elizabeth... their daughter ANDERSON, Clara Odessa (b. 24 Feb 1905 Laddonia MO d. 26 Nov 1934 Mexico MO;) is my grandmother who married BISHOP, Frank Lyle (b. 24 Sep 1899 Shamrock MO d. 21 Aug 1962 St Charles MO;)... Bill Bishop" -------------------------- Frank Lyle and Clara Odessa (Anderson) Bishop Family Father: Sinclair Jefferson Bishop Mother: Emma Cordelia (Lyle) Father: William Anderson Mother: Elizabeth White Son: William Frank Bishop <--- my father Son: Melvin Roy Bishop Dau: Emma Rose Marie "Sue" Bishop Dau: Mary Frances Bishop <--- aunt Mary Dau: Elizabeth Ruth "Betty" Bishop Dau: Leona Jane Bishop Son: James Robert Bishop Frank Lyle Bishop (1899-1962) married Clara Odessa (Anderson) (1905-1934) on 14 April 1920 in Mexico, Missouri. Frank and Clara had three sons and four daughters. Both Frank and Clara Bishop are buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Mexico, Missouri. -------------------------- Obituary Clara Odessa (Anderson) Bishop, Audrain County, Missouri, 26 Nov 1934 Mexico Ledger, Mexico, Missouri, 28 November 1934 Mrs F.L. Bishop 29, Dies Monday. Young Mother, of Northeast of Mexico, Succumbs To Illness. Husband And Seven Children Survive -- Services Tuesday. Mrs Frank L. Bishop, well known resident of northeast of Mexico, died at the Audrain Hospital Monday morning at 3:30. She had been ill at the hospital since Monday. Mrs Bishop was 29 years old. She is survived by her husband and seven children, William Frank, 13, Melvin Roy, 11, Emma Rose, 10, Mary Frances, 9, Betty Ruth, 6, Leona Jane, 3, James Robert 1 1/2. She is also survived by her mother, Mrs William Baysinger, of Chicago and three sisters, Miss Nellie Saxe of Vandalia, Mrs Arthur Lemasters, of Chicago, and Mrs Leona Swaggett, of Chicago. The funeral services will be held at the home, 3 1/2 miles northeast of Mexico, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. J. B. Robertson officiating, and burial will be at the Elmwood cemetery. The Ledger joins family friends in extending sincere sympathy to the bereaved at Mrs. Bishop's passing. -------------------------- Notes Mary Frances (Bishop) Bales - St Peters, Missouri Subject: Our Family Background Date: 25 Oct 1997 From: Mary F Bales mbales@mail.win.org Thought I would send you a line while some of the answers to your questions are fresh in my mind. My mother Clare Odessa Anderson Bishop had one brother and three sisters that I know of. None of them are living. Her mother's name was Elizabeth Basinger. Basinger being her second marriage name. She and second husband lived around Laddonia, Mo for years. I understand that my grandfather Anderson was killed by a run away team at a rail road crossing. Keep in mind that I am almost 72 and these things happened before I was born. Also, remember we didn't have a mother and father to raise us, we were in foster homes, so we don't know all of the details like a family that was always close. Anyway, I know my grandmother had seven kids by her first marriage and seven by her second. As far as I know the second family children all live in and around Chicago. I'm sure that my grandmother was living there when she died. Somewhere around Cicero. I also remember them saying that several of my grand mother's children died during the flu epidemic way back when. One of my mother's sisters was Elsie. She was married to Art Leemaster. They had no children and lived in Chicago. Aunt Nellie was married to Roy Saxe. They had no children and lived in Hannibal, Mo. Aunt Leona had two boys. She lived in Chicago. I don't know much about her. I do remember them saying that she died from a goiter. The two boys were adopted out. My mother's only brother, Jim Anderson, was married and had one daughter. They lived somewhere around Clarksville, Mo. Supposely his wife and her boy friend murdered him. They were convicted. They were found out through the daughter. Wish I could tell you more about these things. Maybe next summer when I come back from Texas I will do some investigating for you. Also, in the mean time I will question Sue [(Bishop) Edler] about some of this information. She is only eighteen months older then I am but maybe she will remember something I don't.