Bio: Anderson, Anton M. (1914)

Surnmaes: Anderson, Erickson, Dahl, Berg, Dungan

----Source: History of Eau Claire County Wisconsin (1914) page 637

Anton M. Anderson, Register of Deeds for Eau Claire county, is the son of Brede and Marie (Erickson) Anderson. The father was a merchant in Norway, where he spent his life and there died.

Anton M. was born at Kongsvinger, Norway, May 25, 1863, and is the eldest of a family of seven children, as follows: Emil resides in Eau Claire, Hannah is the wife of Jens Munthe Dahl and lives in Christiania, Norway, Bernhard lives in Minneapolis, Minn., and Jacob at Eau Claire, Wis. Those deceased are Harry and Carl. Mr. Anderson received his education in the high schools at Kongsvinger, Norway. After leaving school he clerked in his father's store for one and one-half years, and in 1880 came to America. He located at Porter's Mills, in Eau Claire county, and spent one season at saw mill work, and for the following five years was engaged in mercantile pursuits. He then became associated with the Northwestern Lumber Company, and for twelve years was manager and bookkeeper for that concern in its various departments. In 1900 he was elected to the office of Register of Deeds, and has been re-elected to the office every two years since. Fraternally he is a Mason, a member of the Chapter and Commandery; he is a member of the Knights of Pythias, the Elks, the I. S. W. A. and the Sons of Norway.

On November 9, 1885, Mr. Anderson was married to Miss Shauette Berg, daughter of Christian Berg, of Eau Claire, Wis., and they have six children, as follows: Bertha M., wife of William Dungan; Harry M., Dana M., Walter M., Robert M., and Anton M. Anderson, Jr.



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