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Obituary Henriella Anderson,
Laddonia, Missouri, 13 Dec 1918

Obituary Effie Elizabeth Anderson,
Laddonia, Missouri, 14 Dec 1918

Laddonia Herald, Audrain County, Laddonia, Missouri, 19 December 1918

	Effie and Henry Ella Anderson Dead.  Effie and Henry Ella Anderson
dead.  Effie and Henry Ella Anderson aged 10 and 5 years died at the home of
their mother, Mrs. Effie Bassinger in Rush Hill, Friday of last week.  Rev.
R.L. Schwab conducted short funeral services for them after which their
bodies were brought to this place and buried beside their father, Henry
Anderson, who died several years ago.

Laddonia Herald, Audrain County, Laddonia, Missouri, 26 December 1918

	Died December 13, 1918 at their home in Rush Hill, Mo., little Henry
Ella Anderson passed away at 2:30 in the morning.  She died following a long
attack of typhoid fever flu and pneumonia.  She was born at Laddonia Sept.
16, 1913, age 5 years 3 months of age.  Died the following day in the
afternoon, Effie Elizabeth Anderson of the flu.  She was born in Laddonia
Sept 4, 1908, age 10 years, 3 months and 9 days old.  Funeral services were
held at the house Saturday at 3 o'clock by Bro. Schwab after which the
little ones were laid to rest in Laddonia cemetery beside their father.
They leave to mourn their death, a mother, step father, and sisters at home
and two sisters [Clara & Elsie] who are real sick of flu in Mexico hospital
and one brother [James] who makes his home with his grandpa, and one little
half brother and a host of relatives.
A precious ones left us,
Left us yes for evermore
But we hope to meet our loved ones
On that bright and happy shore
Lonely the house and sad the hours
Since our darlings have gone
But a brighter home than ours in heaven is now their own.
		A friend.

Daily Intelligencer, Audrain County, Mexico, Missouri, 18 December 1918

	Hospital Notes.  Misses Clara and Elsie Anderson of Rush Hill, who
are both critically ill of pneumonia were slightly improved Wednesday.

Obituary Marion Lee Baysinger,
Chicago, Illinois, 11 Aug 1930

Laddonia Herald, Audrain County, Laddonia, Missouri, 20 August 1930

	Baysinger Child Buried Here.  Marion Lee Baysinger, son of William
and Elizabeth Baysinger, died August 11, on the way to Garfield Park
Hospital after having been rundown by a taxicab near his home in Chicago.
	Funeral services were held in Laddonia, Thursday, conducted by Rev.
J. W. Maxwell and the body laid to rest in the Laddonia Cemetery.
	Marion Lee was born August 3, 1922.  He is survived by his parents,
three brothers, George, William and Robert, a sister, Elizabeth, and several
half brothers and sisters.  The parents and two of their children
accompanied the body here.  The Herald extends sympathy to the bereaved.

William Henry and Effie Elizabeth (White) Anderson Family