Mixsonian

About The Andersons
The Andersons are related to me by the way of my Dad's mother Rosalie, Anderson being her maiden name.  Tobias Anderson below is Rosalie's Father.

Tobias Anderson
Son of Anders olesen and Beret Anna Holgersdatt

Tobias Anderson TOBIAS HOLGER ANDERSON wwas born March 28, 1848 in Garceden Wasedet Mosogon Norway, d. December 27, 1936, s. of Anders olesen and Beret Anna Holgersda . He married (1)  Apr 20, 1885 to ROSA LEE MIXSON,  b. 1850, d. 1889, dau. of James Joyce and Mary Mixson. He married (2) Dec 10, 1900 to Frances Etta (Fannie) Belew, b. Sep 27, 1867,  d. Jan 11, 1961, dau. of William Nathan Belew and Nancy Ann Walling.   Tobias and Frances bur. Flemington Baptist Church Cemetery, Flemington, Marion County, FL

Rosa Lee
Rosa Lee
Notes for TOBIAS ANDERSON:

Rose Lee Mixson, was the first wife of Tobias Anderson. Their daughter, Rosalie was named after Rosa Lee.  Larry Mixson.

 Rose Mixson is the daughter of James Joyce Mixon and Martha Perry.  (see Census below)

As told by Bill and Iris Anderson in TOBIAS ANDERSON History: "he met Rosa Mixson, they were married and moved to Marion County....she died 16 years later, they had no children." 

His daughter, Rosalie talks, about her father in her writings here,  and here.

Frances Anderson
Frances Anderson
"mama" written on back by Rosalie

"Miss Rosa died in Jacksonville in 1889 and Papa married Mama the same year in December 1889. Rosa Mixson and Papa were married 12 years." As told by Rosalie Anderson Mixson. in The Old Times by Rosalie Anderson Mixson.

Census:

1880 Seneca, Plumas, CA, Tobias age 32, miner

1900 Flemington, Marion, FL, Tobias age 52, wife Rosa-48

1910 Rockledge, Brevard, FL, Tobias age 60, wife Fannie-41, wife Fannie-41, children Rosa L-8, Andrew-6, William-2, mother in law Nancy Belew-76

1920 Geiger, Marion, FL, Tobias age 72, wife Fanni-52, children: Rosalie-18, Andrew-16, William-12

1930 Geiger, Marion, FL, Tobias age 82, wife Frances-62, children: William B-22

Tobis Anderson and family   Tobis Anderson, wif Fannie with children Bill,
      Rosalie and Andew. Abt 1911

Frances Anderson Obituaryx Frances Anderson Obituaryx


Children of TOBIAS ANDERSON and FRANCES BELEW are:

I534 Rosalie Anderson - b. October 26, 1901, d. Dec. 14, 2003. She married Wilbur Darlington Mixson on December 23, 1920, see #842.

I408 Andrew Munson Anderson - b.  August 21, 1903; d. September 18, 1988, Jacksonville, FL., m. Amber Lee Mixson (see #906), d. of James Gilbert and Lois Smith Mixson.   Both bur. Jacksonville Memory Gardens, Orange Park, Clay County, FL.

I409 William Belew Anderson - b. Nov 06, 1907, d. May 19, 1999, m. Iris Curry Sapp, b. Aug 22, 1905, d. Jan 14, 2003. Both bur. Flemington Baptist Church Cemetery, Flemington, Marion County, FL   Children:

Xxxx Wilma Anderson – b. Apr 11, 1935, d. Nov 18, 1995, m. Seaborn Wallace Bell

Xxxx Francess Irene Anderson – b. 1938, m. Aug 1956 to Seaborn Wallace Bell

Xxxx Toby Anderson – b. 1941

Anderson Family Photo Albuma

Tobias Parents

Letter from Rosalie Anderson Mixson to Brenda Mixson, April 29, 1989 who requested it because Mom and Dad were going to visit them in Austria and they wanted to make a trip to Norway to see if they could find any of Dad's ancestors. (See Barbar's Trip Diary TBD)

  For Brenda:     

Tobias Anderson, my father, was born in Norway, March 28, 1848 at Garceden Wasedet Mosogon.  His father and mother had ten children.  
    1.       Andrew
    2.       John
    3.       Eli
    4.       Thomas
    5.       Tobias
    6.       Oleo
    7.       Martin
    8.       Ellen
    9.       Dorthea
    10.     Bertha  

One of the girls were a step-sister or half sister, I don’t remember which one.  Tobias was 25 years old when he and his father and mother came over to the U.S. with the rest of their children.  Two of the sons had already came to the U.S. and was living and working in Wis. Or Minn.  I can’t remember when I was about sixteen papa’s brother Andrew as living in Dis Moines, Iowa.  His brother John was living in Ill. In 1907 or 08.  His son died and John sent a picture of the casket with a picture of his son on it.  He looks real young and very handsome.  When we moved back from Brevard Co. his brother Andrew wrote and wanted his daughter and I to write to one another.  Her name was Marie.  Andrew had four children, two girls and 2 boys.  One son was in World War I in the Rainbow Div. which was almost destroyed.  He got back safely.  

We moved to Mico Fla in 1906.  William was just 6 months old, we then moved to Bonaventure Fl. Where we lived until (Bill) was five, then moved back to Marion, Co. Fl. Where we lived the rest of my life or until I was married to Wilbur Mixson.  We were married 40 yrs.