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Family of James ANDERSON and Gertrude Bogart BROADWOOD
|Husband:||James ANDERSON (1870-1942)|
|Wife:||Gertrude Bogart BROADWOOD (1875-1951)|
|Children:||Elda Muriel ANDERSON (1895-1985)|
|Helen Grace ANDERSON (1897-1971)|
|William Alexander ANDERSON (1898-1984)|
|Horace ANDERSON (1901-1901)|
|Baby Girl ANDERSON (1902-1903)|
|Norman James ANDERSON (1906-1976)|
|Marion Janet ANDERSON (1907-1987?)|
|Marriage||28 Feb 1894||Toronto Junction, Ontario, Canada|
Husband: James ANDERSON
|Birth||24 Jun 1870||Chesley, Bruce County, Ontario, Canada|
|Burial||7 Mar 1942 (age 71)||Star City Cemetery|
|Death||5 Mar 1942 (age 71)||Star City, Saskatchewan, Canada|
Wife: Gertrude Bogart BROADWOOD
|Name:||Gertrude Bogart BROADWOOD|
|Father:||William BROADWOOD (1839-1892)|
|Mother:||Mary Ann HAIGHT (1847-1905)|
|Birth||30 Jan 1875||Mt. Forest, Ontario, Canada|
|Burial||27 Apr 1951 (age 76)||Baltimore Cemetery|
|Death||23 Apr 1951 (age 76)||Millbrook, Ontario, Canada|
|Burial||Northumberland Co., Ont. Can.|
Child 1: Elda Muriel ANDERSON
|Name:||Elda Muriel ANDERSON|
|Spouse:||Arthur Claude LUFFMAN (1890-1960)|
|Birth||29 Apr 1895||Palmerston, Ontario, Canada|
|Burial||May 1985 (age 90)||Baltimore United Church Cemetery|
|Death||May 1985 (age 90)||Cobourg, Northumberland Co., Ont. Canada|
|Burial||Baltimore, Northumberland Co., Ont., Can.|
Child 2: Helen Grace ANDERSON
|Name:||Helen Grace ANDERSON|
|Spouse:||Lorne S. MCCARTHY (1898-1970?)|
|Birth||26 Apr 1897||Palmerston, Ont. Canada|
|Burial||1971 (age 73-74)|
|Death||1971 (age 73-74)||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada|
|Burial||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada|
Child 3: William Alexander ANDERSON
|Name:||William Alexander ANDERSON|
|Spouse:||Edith Elizabeth BIDEN (1906-1988)|
|Birth||13 Sep 1898||Binscarth, Manitoba, Canada|
|Death||29 Sep 1984 (age 86)||Regina, Sask. Canada|
Child 4: Horace ANDERSON
|Birth||Jan 1901||Binscarth, Man, Canada|
|Burial||Sep 1901 (age 0)||Binscarth Cemetery|
|Death||Sep 1901 (age 0)||Binscarth, Man, Canada|
|Burial||Binscarth, Man., Can.|
Child 5: Baby Girl ANDERSON
|Name:||Baby Girl ANDERSON|
|Birth||Dec 1902||Binscarth, Man., Canada|
|Death||Jan 1903 (age 0)||Binscarth, Man., Canada|
|Burial||Jan 1903 (age 0)||Binscarth Cemetery|
|Burial||Binscarth, Man., Can.|
Child 6: Norman James ANDERSON
|Name:||Norman James ANDERSON|
|Spouse 1:||Juanita Dolores KLIEN (1907- )|
|Spouse 2:||Daisy UNKNOWN ( - )|
|Spouse 3:||Bertha Helene LAFLAMME (1914-1992)|
|Birth||26 Feb 1906||Binscarth, Man. Canada|
|Death||18 Apr 1976 (age 70)||Victoria, B.C. Canada|
Child 7: Marion Janet ANDERSON
|Name:||Marion Janet ANDERSON|
|Spouse:||Stanley MCKENZIE ( -1990?)|
|Birth||1 Dec 1907||Binscarth, Manitoba, Canada|
|Death||1987 (app) (age 79-80)||Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
Note on Husband: James ANDERSON - shared note
When Jim and Gertrude were first married, in 1894. they lived until 1898 at Palmerston, Ontario, Canada. There he was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge.
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After they moved to Binscarth, Manitoba, Canada James Anderson was a Dirctor of the newly formed Binscarth (Manitoba, Canada) Park Association in 1904. This was an organization which acquired land on the north side of the town where they held Sports Days, and hada Race Track. Now in (2002) there is a 9 hole Golf Course. It has a couple of Baseball Diamonds, a Skating Rink and a three sheet artificial ice Curling Rink.
James was a Charter member of the Masonic Lodge in Binscarth in 1905.
He was a Charter member of the Odd Fellows Lodge in Binscarth in 1907.
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The family moved to Gladstone, Manitoba, and in 1924 James was the Mayor of Gladstone.
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In 1928 James and his wife Gertrude, and their 2 year oldgranddaughter, Georgiana, moved to Star City, Saskatchewan.
Jim in his lateteens trained as a tinsmith, but did not work at it until in his 50's. Prior to that he had been in partnership in a Hardware business. Recently in a book on the 75th Anniversary of Star City, SK. I found the note, - "The town had the best Tinsmith who ever handled tin, namely, Mr. James Anderson." (GW)
OBITUARY FROM THE STAR CITY ECHO, MARCH 1942.
Star City - Star City lost one of its most prominent and best beloved citizens on March 5, when James Anderson died in his 72nd year. He died after a short illness having been active in his tinsmithing business until three weeks before his death.
Mr Anderson was born ona farm near Chesley, Ontario, on June 24, 1870. He served his apprenticeship in Palmerston, Ontario, afterwards moving to Toronto where he married Gertude B. Broadwood, in 1894. The couple lived in Palmerston, Ontario for four years and at various times in Neepawa, Binscarth, Gladstone, and Dauphin, Manitoba, until 1928, when they moved to Star City, Sask. In every place in which the family lived, Mr. Anderson took an active part in community and church affairs. hewas Mayor of Gladstone for several years, where he conducted a Hardware business in that town. He was an Elder in the Presbyterian Church and later in the United Church and also had been a Sunday School Superintendent at various times.
In Star City, Mr. Anderson conducted a tinsmithing business. He was a memberof the Town Council, First President of the Rink Association and for several years Secretary of the Curling Club. He was keenly interested in gardening and made his home a real beauty spot with trees, shrubs, flowers, fruit trees and aproductive vegetable garden.
The funeral service was held in the Star City United Church, with the Rev. W. G. Mahon officiating. The pulpit and pulpit platform were covered with flowers, testimony to the esteem in which he was held byhis wide circle of friends. Pallbearers were S. G. Edworthy, M. Mooney, S. G.Starkey, J. Smiley, R. Gilliland and W. Groat. Burial was made in the Star City cemetery. He is survived by his widow, three daughters, Mrs. A. C. Luffman of Landis, Sask., Mrs. Lorne S. McCarthy and Mrs. S. J. McKenzie of Winnipeg, Man., and two sons, William A. of Wolseley, Sask., and Norman J. of Montreal, Que. There are also surviving 12 grandchildren.
James Anderson's birth taken from a notarized statement of a copy of the "Birth Dates in The Anderson Family Bible."
2. His Marriage is from a copy of his Marriage Certificate, the information extracted for Genealogy, from the records of the Ontario Governement.
3. His death is from a local Newspaper Obituary from Star City, Sask, and a Death Certificate issued by the Saskatchewan Government, Regina, Sask, Canada"
Note on Wife: Gertrude Bogart BROADWOOD - shared note
Death Certificate, issued by Ontario Government, Ontario, Canada
OBITUARY - MRS. J. ANDERSON
From the Landis (Saskatchewan) Record
May 2, 1951
The death occured on April 23rd of Mrs. James Anderson at Millbrook, Ontario, in her 77th year.
Mrs. Anderson, who made her home with Rev. A. C. and Mrs Luffman, for the past ten years, had been ill for some time.
Born in Palmerston, Ontario,the former Gertrude Bogart Broadwood was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.William Broadwood. Her husband, James, predeceased her.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. A. C. Luffman of Baltimore, Ont., Mrs. L. McCarthy, Winnipeg, Man., Mrs. S. J. McKenzie, Saskatoon, Sask., two sons, William of Regina,Sask. and Norman of Vancouver,B.C. twelve grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Services were at the United Church at Baltimore,(Ontario) where interment was made