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Biography: Rev. H. M. Anderson born 1847

H. M. ANDERSON

BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY

(ca. 1847 – 1888)

Autauga County, Alabama

Rev. H. M. Anderson was a Presbyterian minister, son of Rev. J. S. P. Anderson, a Presbyterian minister of St. Louis, Missouri. He was educated in St. Louis; practiced law, 1861-69; entered the Union theological seminary and was licensed by Nashville presbytery, June 14, 1871.


He was ordained by East Hanover presbytery, October 25, 1873; preached in Virginia and Florida then moved to Alabama and supplied churches at Prattville, Lowndesboro. and Hayneville, Alabama. He was listed as one of the organizers of the First Presbyterian Church of DeFuniak Springs, Florida.

He was married and there were several children born of this union. His last residence in Alabama was Prattville in Autauga County, Alabama. He. died in October 1888, in St. Louis, Missouri.

SOURCES

1.History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography, Volume 3 By Thomas McAdory Owen, Marie Bankhead Owen

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