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one son, Richard C. Anderson, Jr., who was sent as Minister to Columbia, South America; being the first Minister sent by the United States Government to South America, where he and his wife both died. Col. Richard C. Anderson, after the death of his wife, married a daughter of Capt.-- Marshall, of Henry county, Kentucky, who was the mother of Maj . Robt. Anderson, of Fort Sumter, who is now in the 55th year of his age. The Major Anderson, of Buckingham, referred to, is the grandson of Samuel Anderson, who was the brother of Col. Richard C. Anderson. My father died when I was a child, and I therefore retain no personal recollection of him. From my uncle, Richard Clough Anderson, I derived many incidents of his eventful life. Among them, in one action, 13 balls from the enemies' guns passed through his clothes. In another action, a ball struck his watch, in his pocket, knocked off the case and glanced; and in another action, a ball struck a parcel of letters in his pocket, pass