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  • Born 11 January 1911 - Sturgeon Bay, Door County, WI
  • Deceased 13 September 1991 - Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, United States,aged 80 years old
  • Buried 15 September 1991 - Buried in Evanston, IL


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Religion: Religion - Lutheran

[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: May 17, 1998, Internal Ref. #]

Individual: Anderson, Milton

Birth date: Jan 11, 1911

Death date: Sep 13, 1991

Social Security #: 339-07-8952

State of issue: IL

According to his memorial service bulletin, he attended school (known as Sawyer School according to him) in Sturgeon Bay (graduated in 1926 from grammer school andin 1928 from Sturgeon Bay High School according to him) and worked on the family farm until he was 18 and moved to Chicago. He lived with Louis Sidney Anderson and Vera Estella Nolan Anderson. My mother, Mary Anderson Cline, remebers Milton coming to live with them. He went to work for Graybar Electric Company while living with his aunt and uncle. He met Eunice Carlson while working there and they married in 1934. In 1946, they moved to Silverton, OH, and in 1951 to Kenwood, OH. He retired from Graybar Electric Company in 1973 and went to work for Talsol, Inc., where he worked for 15 years.

According to him, he was a Mason, member of the Rotary Club, National Association of Credit Management, and Scandanavian Society.

He served as president ofthe Cincinnati Credit Association and Vice-president for the National Association of Credit Management. He was a charter member of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and was very active in many of itsprograms. His hobbies included gardening and travel.

According to him, he also was a financial consultant for the Cinncinatti Association of Credit and Financial Management from 1973-1980.


  • Individual:
    - Social Security Death Index - MyHeritage
    Begun in 1935 by the Social Security Act signed into law by FDR, more than thirty million Americans were registered for the economic security sanctions by 1937. From 1937 to 1940, payments were made in one-lump sums amounts with the first amount being seventeen cents. Following amendments in 1939, the payments turned into monthly benefits and increased. Following further amendments in 1950, cost-of-living increases were awarded to those who were receiving benefits. From 1950 to the present, benefits have increased yearly in response to inflation concerning the costs of living. - Collection - 10002 - Milton H AndersonBirth: Jan 11 1911Death: Sep 13 1991Last residence: USA
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Carl Hendrik Anderson 1838-1903 Pauline Christenson 1850-1910 x x x x

Carl William Anderson 1878-1950 Elise Halvorsen 1887-1974

Milton Harris Anderson 1911-1991