|Thomas Andersen Dead|
After having been confined to his bed for six weeks, Thomas Andersen passed away at 6 P.M., April 29, 1915, at his home in Dexterville.
Three and a half years ago he was stricken with paralysis, from the effects of which he never recovered. He was born in Denmark, February 29, 1847; emigrated to American in 1866, locating in Webster county, Iowa, in 1876; moved to Howard county, that state, in 1896. In 1902 he came to Washington county, where he has since resided, living on a farm four miles southwest of Herman, until six years ago when he gave up active farming and came to Blair to enjoy the fruits of his toil.
He was twice married, and was the father of several children, only one of which, Fred T., living on the farm survives him, as also the wife. He was an unclue of Ove T. Andersen, county clerk and leaves a number of other relatives, to whom condolence in extended.
The funeral will be private at the house at 1:30 P.M. Sunday, and at the Danish-Lutheran church at 2 P.M. where all friends of the family are invited. Rev. Kjoeller will conduct the services. Burial in Blair cemetery.