1829 - Yes, date unknown
||15 Sep 1829
||Sweden [1, 2, 3]
||Yes, date unknown
||Bradley - Post
||14 Aug 2011 |
||Augusta Timmell, b. 1848, Sweden , d. 1899 |
| ||1. Frank Anderson, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||2. Frances Anderson, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||3. Jay Anderson, b. 1868, d. 1947|
| ||4. Anna Laura Anderson, b. 11 Jul 1870, New York , d. 04 Oct 1939, Silver Creek, NY |
| ||5. Ada J. Anderson, b. 1876, d. 1934|
| ||6. Arthur Anderson, b. 1884, d. 1887|
- He was mustered in to the 154th Infantry, Company E on 24 September 1862 as a Private, after having enlisted on 22 August 1862 for three years. He was mustered out on 11 June 1865, along withhis company, near Bladensburg, MD, still a Private.
Remarks written on his muster record include: "Time and place of birth, Sept. 15, 1829, Sweden. Parents, Andrew and Rehriotring [?][handwriting difficult to read], married, farmers." Theledger also notes that he had grey eyes, dark hair, and was 5 ft 7 inches tall. 
- The ledger notes his birthdate/place as 15 September 1829 in Sweden; the enlistment bounty paid by the town of $100; his enlistment date of 22 August 1862 and muster in of 27 September 1862. Itnotes that he was present at the battles of Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Chattanooga, and Rock Federal Ridge. It states he was discharged 17 June 1865 with a post office address of Brocton,NY. Finally, it notes that his parents names were Andrew and Christine. 
- [S161] Census, 1880, Roll 816.
- [S162] NY Muster Roll, 154th Infantry, A-F, Box 260, page 24; cites specific birth date..
- [S163] NY Civil War Clerk Reg, Chataqua, Hanover-Villenova, image 117.
- [S162] NY Muster Roll, 154th Infantry, A-F, Box 260, page 24.
- [S163] NY Civil War Clerk Reg.