Amil C. Anderson, a prominent representative of the agricultural and stock raising interests of Sheldon township,
residing in section 8, was born on the farm where he now lives, March 5, 1888, son of Charles and Anna (Johnson)
Anderson. He was the youngest of his parents' six children, and his education was both literary and technical,
as, after graduating from the district school he attended the agricultural college at St. Paul for a half term.
At the age of eighteen years he took over the management of the home farm, and except for one year, has resided
on it ever since, the exceptional period covering a residence in Houston. The farm has an area of 260 acres and
is provided with adequate buildings and good equipment. Mr. Anderson carries on general farming, giving special
attention to breeding Duroc Jersey swine and other good stock, which he has found a profitable branch of his business.
He owes no political allegiance to either of the two great parties, casting his vote according to his judgment
for the fittest candidate.
Mr. Anderson was married Jan. 1, 1916, to Frances Abrahamson, daughter of Frank O. and Sarah F. (Johnson) Abrahamson,
well known and respected farming people of Houston township, residing in section 4 south. Mrs. Anderson is an active
factor in church and charitable work, being a member of the Swedish Baptist Ladies' Aid Society.
The History of Houston County, Minnesota
Edited by: Franklyn Curtis-Wedge.
H. C. Cooper, Jr. & Co.
Winona, Minn. 1919
Houston County, MN
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Names M to Y
Also see [ Railway Officials in America 1906