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Hiram Anderson
and Annie Tackett

Hiram Anderson b 10 May 1889 Pike Co KY d 12 Jun 1964 Ann Arbor Michigan, age 75; buried Jun 1964 LeRoy McCarty Cemetery, (Ann Arbor Michigan?); s/o Joseph Anderson and Rachel Anderson. Hiram Anderson m. 21 Dec 1911 Pike Co KY to Annie Rebecca Tackett b 18 Feb 1895 Pike Co KY d 13 Apr 1977 Ashcamp, Pike Co KY; d/o James Tackett and Mary Ann Martin. Children of Hiram Anderson and Annie Tackett;

1. Elise Elsie Anderson b 6 Jan 1913 Pike Co KY; m. 4 Nov 1933 to Woodrow Aaron Hudson.

2. Virgil Anderson b 9 Sept 1914 Pike Co KY d 13 May 1916 age 1.

3. James Edgar Anderson b 3 Apr 1916 Pike Co KY d 31 Dec 1999 Raleigh, Wake Co NC; age 83; buried 3 Jan 2000, Bowling Green Memory Gardens, Bowling Green, OH; m. 6 Jun 1936 Virgie, Pike Co KY Freeville Baptist Church by E. A. Fleming), to Jessie Loraine Akers b 1 Sept 1923 Pike Co KY d 3 Jul 1986 Sylvania, Lucas Co OH; age 62; buried Bowling Green Memory Gardens, KY; d/o Charlie Akers and Nettie Quillen.

4. Male Infant Anderson b 2 Apr 1917 Virgie, Pike Co KY d 2 Apr 1917.

5. Viola Anderson b 15 Feb 1918 Letcher Co KY d 8 Jun 2000 Ypsilanti, Washtenaw Co Michigan age 82; m. (1) to Charlie Tackett; m. (2) to Alex Pankie Mullins.

6. Geneva June Anderson b 22 Oct 1921 Letcher Co KY d 23 May 1989 Pike Co KY age 57; buried LeRoy McCarty Cemetery; m. 18 Mar 1939 to Wade Thomas Sanders.

7. Esther Loraine Anderson b 17 Jun 1923 Pike Co KY; m. 30 Jan 1942 to Kermit Reece.

8. Joseph Cecil Anderson b 18 Mar 1925 Pike Co KY d 28 Mar 1971 Pike Co KY of heart attack; m. 27 Jul 1943 to Lillian Mullins b 16 Mar 1924.

9. Cora Ethel Anderson b 19 Jan 1927 Pike Co KY; m. 21 Apr 1947 to Silas Brock b 6 Dec 1914 Lusas Co KY.

10. Thomas Maxwell Anderson b 19 Oct 1928; m. Female Baker.

11. Nolan Anderson b 10 May 1933 Pike Co KY d 1995 age 62; m. 25 Dec 1952 to Shirley Carr.

12. Clara Mae Anderson b 22 Jan 1931 Pike Co KY; m. about 1948 to John Norman Gilliam.

Obituary: Hiram Anderson
10 May 1889 - 12 Jun 1964

With much sadness and sorrow in our hearts, and a great loneliness in our home, we will try with the help of our Lord to write an obituary of a beloved husband and father, Brother Hiram Anderson. He was born May 10, 1889 in Pike County, Kentucky, and left the world June 12, 1964, making his stay on earth 75 years, 1 month and 2 days. He was the son of the late Joseph and Rachel Anderson. He married Annie Tackett, December 21, 1911 in Pike County, Kentucky, To Hiram and Annie 12 children, two infant boys preceded him in death.

Left to mourn his loss is a lonely widow Annie Anderson, Ashcamp, Kentucky. Four sons, Edgar Anderson of Bowling Green, OH, Cecial Anderson, Maxwell Anderson, Nolen Anderson of MI. Six daughters, Elise Hudson of Chicago, IL, June Sanders of Ashcamp, KY, Viola Mullins, Esther Reece, Ethel Brock, Clara Gilliam all of MI. Two brothers, seven sisters and a host of friends. 52 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren all who loved him so much. He joined the Old Regular Baptist Church, second Saturday of October 1951, having his fellowship in the Hylton Church. September 1953, he was ordained a deacon, he served his brother sand sisters humbly and was loved by all. He would counsel his children, brothers and sisters to love one another, for with love and kindness we draw closer to God and lets all pray together. His loving and faithful wife helped and encouraged him in his work.

In his hour of suffering with the dreadful disease cancer, she was always there, hiding her tears and heartbreak trying to help him bear his pain. His faith never faltered, he said he was ready to go, and I believe he is resting with God. Children you can go to your father, but he can't come to you. You are scattered over this land of his and sorrow but God is there too. Lets all go home to see him together. Written by his lonely widow Annie and children. Source

Anderson, Hiram b: May 10 1889 Pike Co., Ky; d: Jun 12 1964; s/o Joseph and Rachel Anderson; md: Annie TACKETT, Dec 21 1911; 6 girls 6 boys, two sons died in infancy, leaving, his wife, Annie, Ashcamp, Ky, six girls, Mrs. Elsie Hudson, Chicago, Il; Mrs. June Saunders, Ashcamp, Ky; Mrs. Ethel Brock, Mrs. Esther Reece, Mrs. Viola Mullins and Mrs. Clara Gillam, all of Mich; 4 boys; Edgar, Bowling Green, Ohio; Cecil, Maxwell, and Nolan Anderson, all of Mich. also leaves, two brothers and seven sisters. Member of the Old Regular Baptist Church.

Obituary: Annie Tackett Anderson
18 Feb 1895 - 13 Apr 1977

Annie Tackett Anderson born February 18, 1895, in Rock House Fork of Caney Creek departed this life April 13, 1977 at the age of 82 years 1month and 25 days. She was the daughter of James and Mary Ann Martin Tackett. Her husband Hiram Anderson preceded her in death June 12, 1964. He died in Ann Arbor, MI. Also two infant sons, Virgil and Noble died in infancy and Joseph Cecil died March 28, 1971 of a heart attack.

She leaves to mourn her passing three sons, James Edgar of Bowling Green, OH, Thomas Maxwell and Nolen both of MI. Six daughters, Elise Husdon, June Sanders of Ashcamp, Kentucky, Viola Mullins, Esther Reece, Ethel Brock all of MI, Clara Baker of OK. Two sisters, Gracie Little and Virgie Hamilton, 49 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and a host of friends.

Annie was blessed with a long useful life. She was a loving mother, a good homemaker, a splendid wife for over 53 years and a kind and thoughtful neighbor. Hiram and Annie never turned away a stranger that needed food or shelter nor a child. Annie had a winsome smile even though she didn't talk too much. A pleasing personality which won her a large circle of friends. For over 20 years she belonged to and was a member of Hylton Regular Baptist Church and she loved to refresh her soul by worshiping in God's house. Her faith and her Christian charter was reflected in her daily living.

Her love and devotion to her family cannot be measured. She has left a portion of herself in each of them and many other lives have been made richer and fuller because she passed their way. Her great mother heart is reflected in the following lines. She always leaned to watch for us. anxious if we were late in winter by the window, in summer by the gate. Her thoughts were all so full of us she never could forget. And so I think that where she is, she must be watching yet. Waiting till we come home, anxious if we are late. Watching from Heavens window, leaning from Heavens gate.

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