Thursday, Janurary 20, 1949
ED ANDERBURG TAKEN BY DEATH
Funeral services for Ed Anderburg were held Tuesday afternoon at the Parent chapel with Rev. Paul Burdick of the Erie Church of Christ officiating. Two fvorite himns, "Take Up Thy Cross: and "The Old Rugged Cross" were sung by Mrs. Archie YARDE Sr. and Miss Juanita PRATT, accompanied by Mrs. Neva DENISON.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl RASMUSSEN and Mr. and Mrs. August BRANDAU were in charge of the floral offerings.
Burial was in the Tampico Memorial cemetery. Pallbearers wwere Dale and Everett ENGLEBART of Anamosa, Ia., John and Archie CLARK of Sublett, Robert FORWARD of Dixon and George FORWARD, Jr. of Tampico.
Edward H ANDERBURG was born Oct. 24, 1872 at Des Moines, Iowa, son of Nels and Mary ANDERBURG. He made his home in Walnut and later in this community. He was engineer of the Hooppole, Yorktown and Tampico Railroad for a number of years.
He passed away Saturday evening in the Perry Memorial hospital at Princeton after being in poor health for several years.
He is survived by a son, Everett, of Anamosa, Ia.; and six daughters, Mrs. Emil HAMER (Norma) of Anamosa, Ia., Mrs. Esther ENGLEBART of Amber, Ia., Mrs. Archie CLARK (Myrle) of Sublett, Mrs. George FORWARD (Darlene) of Dixon, Mrs. Ed DRESS (Florence) of Galesburg and Leona DRESS of Sublett, all of whom adtended the services. He is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Sydney FORDHAM of Walnut, Mrs. John LEWIS of Plainfield, and Eddie ANDERBURG of Marselles; 21 grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren.
Others attending from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Jim SINKEY, Emil and Donald HAMER, Anamosa, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. Everett ENGLEBART, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy TAYLOR, Mrs. Jay JOLIN, Amber, Ia.; Mrs. Ardith BROMAN, Denver, Colo.; Ardith CLARK, Sublette; Mrs. John LEWIS, Plainfield; Ed DRESS, Galesburg.
January 18, 1949
Name of Deceased: Edward H. Anderburg
Date of Funeral: Jan. 18, 1949
Place of Death: Perry Memorial Hospital, Princeton
Funeral Services at: Parent Chapel
Time of Funeral Services: 2 p.m.
Clergyman: Rev. Paul Burdick
Certifying Physician: Dr. Bolg
His Residence: Walnut, Ill.
Cause of Death: Coronary Occlution
DAte of Death: Jan. 15, 1949 Occupation: Retired Railroader
Aged: 76 years 2 months 22 days
Birth Place: Des Moines, IA
Date of birth: Oct. 24, 1872
Father: Nels Anderburg Birth Place: Sweden
Maiden Name of Mother: Mary Moline Birth Place: Sweden
Informant: Everett Anderburg Address: Anamose, IA
Interment at: Tampico Memorial Cemetery