Beatrice Margaret Brim Anderson was born February 14, 1885 to Frederick Vaness Brim and Emma Hudson. Beatrice spent her youth in Grantsville, Utah, and she attended school until the 8th grade, which was the highest level possible. She worked in a co-op store, and later worked as a clerk in another local store. She married Charles Herbert Anderson in Salt Lake City on December 31, 1907, and a year later, they had a son, Charles Elliot. They later had a daughter, Beatrice. After four years, they moved to Gold Hill, where they had another daughter. They moved to Idaho, where they lived for a few years and had a son, though he only lived for an hour. Three years later, the Andersons had another daughter, immediately prior to moving to Smithfield. Three years afterward they had a son. In 1942, the family was sealed in the temple, and on August 8, 1954, Beatrice died in Tooele Valley from a blood clot in her lung.
Part of the J. Allen Parkinson collection, this is a two-page typescript biography located in the second folder of the collection, which is labeled, Biographies, Ad-Ar, There is almost no personal description, although the manuscript does mention an operation Beatrice had following the birth of her last son. She nearly died from it, and it took a year for her to regain her strength.