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She was known as "one of the fine young ladies of Sherman" being a member of Sherman’s Methodist Church.
One account immediately after the war said that Jim Anderson killed guerrilla Isaac Flanery a nephew of George Shepherd on April 12, 1866 near Rocheport, Missouri in order to gain an inheritance that Flanery supposedly carried on him.Within two years, Anderson himself hit the Top Ten with a recording of "The Tip of My Fingers." In the next year he joined the Opry, and in the next, he earned his first Number One single, a recitation song called "Mama Sang a Song." But it would be a later song that would earn him the kinda-creepy nickname, "Whisperin' Bill," a moniker a comedian teasingly gave him thanks to his hushed vocal delivery on songs like "Golden Guitar."Now, 75 years later, we look back at the man's career, which has ne'er been close to quiet.