Charles A. Anderson

Charles A. Anderson

Charles A. Anderson. He was born abt 1866 in Sweden and lived in Ridgway, PA. He was married to Ebba Nord.

Are you related to this family - or do you have more information about them? Please let me know.

Submitted by Mona Cox Anderson, from the collection of her husband, Gary P. Anderson

Charles A. Anderson

Dear Mr. & Mrs. Anderson,

My wife Marcia's family tree includes a Charles August Anderson. Marcia's grandmother was Helen Margaret Anderson and she married Frank Topping Dexter. They had one daughter, Harriet Margaret Dexter; Harriet had three daughters- Laura, Jane, and Marcia. Helen's parents were Anna Margaret and Charles Anderson We have numerous family photos and photo albums saved by Helen Anderson. We have one photo album that includes pictures of a location known as Divine Corners, NY. and Wintergreen Hill, an Anderson farm. These photos date back to 1911 and most of the photos are centered in New York state.

If you would like to share more information so we might determine if we have relatives in common, please feel free to contact us.


Joe and Marcia (Lelle) DeLuigi

Charles A. Anderson


Sorry I haven't responded sooner but I forgot my password to log in and I'm deep into income tax season. (I do taxes from January until April every year!)

I would love to compare notes. In the past year since I've posted these photos, I have found much new information.

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Hope to hear from you soon!

Mona Cox Anderson

Charles A Anderson

Hi. My name is Brianna Anderson. Charles Anderson was my great great grandfather. His son David Andrew Anderson is my great grandfather. His son Rune Anderson is my grandfather. Do you know of any siblings of Helen? Because I have Walter, Hildur, David, Harry, and Agnes as siblings. Please let me know if this matches any of your information.

looking for Marcia Lelle DeLuigi

I am looking for Marcia. I am an old friend from LA days. If you get this, email me! Cheri Pyles (aka Cheryl Perkins).

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