From the book "HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, COUNTIES OF WHITE AND PULASKI INDIANA. Historical and Biographical. Illustrated. Chicago; F. A. Battey & CO., Publishers. 1883." page 261, Prairie Township, White County, Indiana "S. C. ANDERSON is a native of J. Q. Adams Township, Warren County, and is the son of ROBERT and MARY ANDERSON, pioneers of Warren, where they settled in 1832-33; there the father died in 1879 and the mother in 1881. S.C. ANDERSON was married in Warren County to MISS MARTHA RAILSBACK. In 1861, he enlisted Company I, Seventy-Second Indiana Mounted Infantry, and served under General WILDER from Buzzard's Roost to Big Shanty, Georgia - in all about eighteen months. He then worked in Champaign County, Illinois, and Warren County, Indiana, for awhile, and finally, in 1877, settled on his present farm of 200 acres in this township, which he subsequently increased to 440 acres. His crop of corn reaches 5,000 bushels; wheat, 500 to 600 bushels; and hay, 40 to 50 tons; he also rears 40 to 50 cattle; 75 to 100 hogs; 100 sheep, and about 14 horses annually. Having lost his wife, he married MISS SARAH DOBBINS, daughter of VAUS DOBBINS, and, and a native of Virginia. To his first marriage there were born two children - EDGAR and ALTHA, both deceased. TO his second marriage, three children - DICKEY, DOLLIE and ROBERT."