- Born: 1 Sep 1867, South Monaghan Twp, Peterborough County, ON 15,16,34,35,36,37,38,39
- Marriage: Jennie Lauretta Winch on 7 Dec 1892 in Crystal, Pembina County, N. Dakota 26
- Died: 24 Apr 1950, Preeceville, Sask. at age 82 40
- Buried: 27 Apr 1950, Preeceville Community Cemetery, Sask. 41
1900 census, Farmington twp, Walsh County, N.D., enumeration district 210, page 5b
Anderson, James, Head, white, male, birth: Sept 1866, age 33, married, nunber of years married: 7, born Canada Eng., father: Canada Eng, mother: Canada Eng., immigration: 1880, years: 20, Naturalized, occupation: Farm Labour, 5 , can read and write
", Jennie, Wife, white, female, birth: Aug 1876, age 23, married, number of years married: 7, number of children: 4, children living: 4, birthplace: Iowa, father: Iowa, mother: Iowa, can read and write
", Minnie, Daughter, white, female, born Dec 1893, age 6, single, birthplace: N. Dakota, father: Canada Eng, mother: Iowa
", Ruby, Daughter, white, female, born Apr 1895, age 5, single, birthplace: N. Dakota, father: Canada Eng, mother: Iowa
", Vernon, Son, white, male, born Nov 1896, age 3, single, birthplace: N. Dakota, father: Canada Eng, mother: Iowa
", Earl, Son, white, male, born Jan 1899, age 1, single, birthplace: N. Dakota, father: Canada Eng, mother: Iowa,
1906 census, Saskatchewan, Mackenzie, District 14, subdistrict 23
July 18, 1906
Anderson, James, Head, male, married, age 37, born Ontario, post office address: Buchanan, section 18, township: 33, range 5, meridian 2, 2 horses, 4 milch cows, no sheep, 2 pigs,
Anderson, Jennie, wife, female, married, age 27, born U S, immigration date: 1905
Anderson, Minnie, daughter, female, single, age 12, born U S, immigration date 1905
Anderson, Ruby, daughter, female, single, age 11, born U S, immigration date: 1905
Anderson, Vernon, son, male, single, age 9, born U S, immigration date: 1905
Anderson, Earl, son, male, single, age 7, born U S, immigration date: 1905
OBITUARY: 1950, Preeceville, Saskatchewan paper.
The sudden death of James Andrew Anderson occurred on Monday, April 24 at his home in Preeceville following an illness of only two days.
Mr. Anderson was born in Peterborough County, Ontario on September 1st 1867. at the age of fourteen he moved with his parents to Grafton North Dakota. In 1892 he married Jennie Winch of Grafton. In 1902 they moved to the Yorkton district and in 1903 Mr. Anderson took up a homestead south-west of Preeceville and has resided in this district ever since, and for the past few years has resided in town. Deceased had been a member of the Masonic Order.
Funeral Services were held in the Preeceville Public Hall on Thursday April 27th, conducted by Rev. E. H. Shelvey. Interment took place in the Preeceville United Church Cemetery. The pallbearers were, John Hagemeister, H. Journey, J. Hemrick, W. Myden, B. Rudinski and Robert Duguid.
Besides his wife, Mr. Anderson leaves to mourn his loss, two sons, Vernon of Forget Sask., and Earl of Kelowna B.C., two daughters Minnie Robbins of Fort St. John B. C., and Ruby Hamilton of San Jose, Calif., all of whom were present at the funeral.
This Western Land Grant matches the description of the homestead found on the 1906 census record for the family.
NW Part, Section 18, Township 33, Range 5, Meridian W2
Reference: Liber: 402 Folio: 57 File reel number: C-6258
Name: James A Anderson
Noted events in his life were:
• Residence, 1885, Walsh County, N. Dakota. 36
• Residence, 1900, Farmington twp, Walsh County, N. Dakota.
• Immigration: back to Canada, 1905, Saskatchewan. 15,16
• Residence: Sec 18, twp 33, Range 5, Meridian W2, 1906, Saskatchewan. 38
• Occupation: Farmer, 1911, Saskatchewan. 15
James married Jennie Lauretta Winch, daughter of William Winch and Hannah Ellen Cox, on 7 Dec 1892 in Crystal, Pembina County, N. Dakota.43 (Jennie Lauretta Winch was born on 14 Aug 1876 in Burr Oak, Winneshiek County, Iowa,38,39,44,45,46,47 died on 26 Dec 1964 in Valleyview Hospital, Essondale, Coquitlam, B.C. 48,49 and was buried in Preeceville Community Cemetery, Sask. 49.). The cause of her death was Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease, Senility.