ANDERSON, Elsie (Glover)

Date of birth:  18 Sep 1885 Orange County, Indiana
Date of death: 29 Jul 1980 Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Columbus Republic, 30 Jul 1980

Georgia Pruitt's Mother

ELSIE G. ANDERSON
2100 MIDWAY

EDINBURGH — Elsie G. Anderson, 94, a resident of Columbus Convalescent Center at 2100 Midway, died there Tuesday afternoon. A former resident of Edinburgh, she was the mother of Georgia Pruitt of Columbus.

Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. Hugh Owen at 1 p.m. Friday at Eskew Funeral Home here where persons may call after 2 p.m. Thursday and until time of services Friday. Burial will be at Rest Haven Cemetery here.

Mrs. Anderson was born in Orange County Sept. 18, 1885, the daughter of Uriah Taylor Glover and Eliza Jane Stratton Glover. She was married in 1906 to George W. Anderson who died July 8, 1968. She was a member of Edinburgh Christian Church and Victory Class of First Christian Church at Columbus.


Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, 6 August 1980

Mrs. Elsie Anderson
Dies At Columbus

    Mrs. Elsie G. Anderson, 
94, former resident of Edinburgh, 
died last Tuesday afternoon 
at the Columbus Convalescent 
Center where she was a resident.

    Funeral services were 
conducted by the Rev. Hugh 
Owen of the Edinburgh Christian 
Church, where Mrs. Anderson 
was a member, at Eskew Funeral 
Home Friday at 1:00 p.m.  
Burial was at Rest Haven
Cemetery.

    Serving as pallbearers 
were Loren Gilbert, Maurice 
Clark, Albertus Runyon, Claude 
White, Brandys Martin, and Don 
McNicholas.

    Mrs. Anderson was born 
in Orange County Sept. 18, 
1885, the daughter of Uriah 
Taylor Glover and Eliza Jane 
Stratton Glover.  She was 
married in 1906 to George W. 
Anderson who died July 8, 1968.  
She also was a member of the 
Edinburgh Christian Church 
Women's Fellowship and the 
Victory Class of the First 
Christian Church in Columbus.

    Survivors include a son, 
Howard L. Anderson, Muskegan, 
Mich.; a daughter, Georgia 
Pruitt of Columbus; a grand-
child and one niece. 
Submitted by Mark Wirey