Ann Cameron was born in Netherwood in 1852 to parents Daniel Cameron and Christina Grindlay. On 13 Sep 1875 she married James Warden Anderson in Bonneybridge in Scotland(source PALMER.)
James (pictured with beard)
James Warden Anderson was born in 1852 in Kirkintillock, Dumbartonshire to parents James Anderson and Margaret Leishman. He was a House Joiner according to the 1881 and 1891 census returns. In 1901 he is a Millwright.
In 1881 they were living at 48 Grove Street, Glasgow St George. In 1891 they were living at no 61 and by 1901 they had moved back down to no 55.
James died in 1910 (PALMER) and according to Alex, Ann died in 1931.
Visit to Canada
According to the PALMER Family Tree, Ann visited Canada (presumably to see Alexander,) arriving in 1920
James Anderson was born in 1876. In 1901 he is living with his parents and is a Printer Compositor. From the Palmer Family tree on Ancestry we can see that he married in 1907 and had four children and there is a picture of him as an old man. However it doesn't say when he died or whether he stayed in Scotland.
Daniel and George
Daniel Anderson was born in 1878. In 1901 he was living with his parents and was a clerk in a carpet factory. He died in 1904 on the Isle of Man of apendicitis (source Alex.) George Leishman Anderson was born in 1882. In 1901 he was an apprentice Joiner. He died in France and Flanders on 3rd April 1916 aged 34.
Alexander (third photo from left)
Alexander Anderson was born in 1888. He emigrated to Canada. The Palmer family tree on ancestry.com shows that he arrived at Niagara Falls, New York in 1910 and that he was living in Oxford South, Ontario in 1911. He married Margaret Isabel Tait in Toronto in 1912 and died in Ingersoll in Ontario in 1937 aged just 49. He and Isabel had 4 children and it is through one of these that the owner of the PALMER family tree is descended.
John Anderson was born in 1889 and died in 1961 (PALMER) I have commented that he was a manager at Templeton Rugs. He was married to Jesse and they had two daughters.
Christina (first picture on right)
Christina Cameron Anderson was born in 1893. She married Herbert Ridley in 1915 but he was killed in the war in 1918. She never remarried and was known as Auntie Tina. There are records of her arriving in Canada and New York. She died in Glasgow in 1990. She clearly visited the family in Leicester and Alex has provided a couple of pictures which are on the Family Group Photos page.