In Search of My Phillips Roots"To forget one's ancestors is to
be a brook without a source,
a tree without a root...."
In memory of my Grandpa, C.H. "Red" Phillips who passed away January 9,
2002 and my Grandma, Mildred Ann (Baker) Phillips who passed away June 13, 2010
MR. & MRS. C.H.
"RED" PHILLIPS Taken in 1974...40th Wedding
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Updated March 2010
Descendants of Job Phillips Job
was born April 16, 1741 in Rhode Island. He died January 27, 1835
in Caanan, Athens County, Ohio. He married Mary King. Known
children are Daniel , Job and Spencer. Job was a Revolutionary War Veteren who served as Corporal in the 4th Connecticutt Regiment.
PHILLIPS was born 1790 in Pennsylvania, and died in Meigs County, Ohio. He
married SUSAN "Betsy" STILES. She was born 1790 in Pennsylvania, and died Bef. 1850 in
Meigs County, Ohio.
Children of SPENCER PHILLIPS and SUSAN STILES
are: Job born 1807, Daniel born 1811, John born 1816 and James Ashael born 1818-died 1850 in Ohio..
JAMES Ashael PHILLIPS
married NANCY M. BEAVER, daughter of
DAVID BEAVER and ANNA. She was born 1813 in Ohio.
Notes for NANCY M.
On Samuel's Civil War Hospital record, it shows his mother, Nancy M.
Farmer or Parmer living in Burlingham Meigs County Ohio.
On Samuel's death
certificate, it states unknown Phillips as father and Nancy Beaver as
On Samuel's marriage certificate, it states a Perry Latimer was there
representing his mother. I have found the following in
Child of JAMES PHILLIPS and NANCY BEAVER is:
i. SAMUEL PHILLIPS, b. April 12, 1845, Athens Co. Ohio; d. October 28,
1931, Okeene, Oklahoma.
Samuel and Mary Phillips Grave,
Collins Cemetery, Okeene, Oklahoma
SAMUEL PHILLIPS was born April 12, 1845 in Athens Co. Ohio,
and died October 28, 1931 in Okeene, Oklahoma. He married MARY CATHERINE JARVIS
January 22, 1867 in Hocking County, Ohio, daughter of JOEL JARVIS and ELIZA
PARKINSON. She was born December 24, 1850 in Perry County, Ohio, and died July
30, 1924 in Okeene, Oklahoma.
Notes for SAMUEL PHILLIPS:
birth year has been found as both 1845 and 1847. His War records show him
being born 1845 in Athens County. He enlisted in Bedford, Ohio (Meigs County)
*** Samuel PHILIPS found in July 16, 1870 INDIANA as follows:
1870 Indiana census Noble CTY, Allen TWP roll 347 book 1 page 87b lines
26-27-28 dated 16-Jul-1870
Samuel Phillips age 22, farm laborer, born
Mary age 19, keeping house
Marion age 2, born Ohio
Samuel Phillips was born in Athens, Ohio, April 12,
1847, and departed this life October 29, 1931, at the age of 84 years, 6 months,
and 17 days.
Okeene Record, Okeene, Blaine Co, Oklahoma, Thursday,
October 28, 1931, page 5, col 1, Locals: Grandpa Phillips is under the doctor's
care at the present time.
Thursday, November 5, 1931, page 1, col 3
Four Pioneers Claimed
Four pioneer residents
of the Okeene community were claimed by death within three days last week. Two
died on the 29th of October, one on the 30th, and one on the 31st. Two had
reached the sunset age of life, while the other two were only on the advanced
side of middle age.
The first to go was Samuel Phillips who was
approaching the 85th milestone of his life. He died Thursday morning. Mr
Phillips came to this community in 1892 at the opening. He settled on a farm
five miles east of Okeene where he lived until 1913, when he moved to Okeene . .
. [rest is about other pioneers who died]
then on page 8, column 3
Samuel Phillips was born
in Athens Co, Ohio, April 12, 1849, and departed this life October 29th, 1931,
at the age of 84 years, 6 months, and 17 days. Mr Phillips was a Civil War
veteran, serving 2 years and 9 months in Co K, 2nd Ohio. After the war he
returned to Ohio and was married to Mary Kathleen Jarvis on Jan 22, 1866. From
Ohio he moved to Iowa, living there until 1892 when he came to Oklahoma and
settled on a farm five miles east of Okeene. He lived there until 1913, when he
moved to Okeene. His wife preceded him in death, passing away July 30,
Phillips is survived by seven children. They are James Phillips, Greenville, Mo;
Mrs Anna Filbert, Hennessey, Okla; Mrs Rosa Rogers, Woodward, Okla; Oscar L
Phillips, Longdale, Okla; Mrs Lois Merker, Okeene, Okla; Alex Phillips, Okla
City, Okla. Also 23 grandchildren and many other relatives and
Mr Phillips was a member of the M E Church. He helped
build the Craig church, five miles east of Okeene, which later was consolidated
with the Okeene M E church.
Funeral services were held Saturday morning at the M
E Church, conducted by the pastor, Rev J L Glass. Burial was in *Roselawn
Honorary pall bearers were W W Haworth of Okeene, J P
D Mouriquand of Homestead, and Rev J Bailey of Supply, Civil War veterans, the
latter being a comrade in arms. Pallbearers were veterans of the World
Howley was the undertaker in charge.
Card of Thanks signed by J A Phillips, Mrs Anna
Filbert, Mrs Rosa Rogers, Oscar Phillips, Charles Phillips, Mrs Lois Merker, and
S A Phillips.
Mr. Phillips was a Civil War veteran, serving 2
years and 9 months in Co. K 2nd Ohio.
After the war he returned to Ohio and was
married to Mary Kathleen Jarvis on January 22, 1866.
From Ohio he
moved to Iowa, living there until 1892, when he came to Oklahoma and settled on
a farm five miles east of Okeene. He lived there until 1913, when he moved to
Okeene. His wife preceded him in death by seven years, passing away July 30,
is buried in Collins Cemetery and not Roselawn. Could there have been a name
Samuel enlisted 2nd Reg. Co. K Hvy Arty at Camp
Dennison, Ohio on Sept. 7, 1863 and mustered out Aug. 23, 1865. He was 16 when
Listing in the Blaine County Cemetery book is
Phillips, Samuel (Co K 2nd Reg. Ohio Hvy Arty. Civil War) 1847 - 1931
Phillips listed are Oscar 1883 - 1967, Lew N - 1910 - 1969, Harry 1911 - 1977,
Marion 1869 - Mar. 21, 1895, Mary C 1850 - 1924, Frank P (Okla. Tech 4 Ord. Dpt.
WWII) Jan. 21, 1915 - Apr. 14, 1964,
and Tom 1919 - 1959.
Also buried in
this cemetery is
William Andrews born Sep 1, 1841 Marion Co., OH died Mar 5,
1913 Arkansas City, KS
Ardellas E. (Malcom) Andrews born 1856 IA d. 1899
(wife of William)
Merritt Andrews born 1875 KS died 1899
Is this Andrews
family connected to my Phillips line?
In an 1880 Worth
County, Missouri census there is:
Sarah Phillips age 35 born in OH
age 7 born in MO
Elizabeth Malcom age 66 born in OH (mother of
I believe that Rufus R. Phillips (b. abt. 1878) may
have been Samuel's nephew.
Rufus R. Phillips had a horse-powered sawmill,
and he helped to build the first Custer County Courthouse. He was later deputy
or assistant county attorney.
The following names were
found in 2nd Ohio Reg. Hvy Artillery
Philipps, James D Private
Philipps, Samuel K Private Private
G Musician Private
Name: Samuel Phillps ,
Date: 14 July 1863
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Ohio
Unit Numbers: 1719
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 14 July 1863 at the age of
Enlisted in Company K, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment Ohio on 07 September
Mustered out Company K, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment Ohio on 23 August
1865 in Nashville, TN
Regiment: 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment OH
Date Mustered: 23 August 1865
Regiment Type: Heavy Artillery
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 1
Officers Died of Disease or
Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 3
Soldiers and History: List of Soldiers
SECOND HEAVY ARTILLERY
(Name: Hiram Lattimer ,
20 June 1863
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
State Served: Ohio
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 20 June
1863 at the age of 18
Enlisted in Company K, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment
Ohio on 07 September 1863.
Mustered out Company K, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment
Ohio on 23 August 1865 in Nashville, TN)
Samuel's Civil War record shows his mother's name as
Nancy M. Farmer / Parmer livinging Burlingham, Ohio (Meigs County) in
Name: Samuel Phillips
Census Date: 1885
Residence State: Iowa
Family Number: 100
Marital Status: Married
Birth Year: abt 1848
View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Samuel Phillips 37
Mary Phillips 35
Marion Phillips 17
James Phillips 14
Posey (just be Rosey) Phillips 7
Rhoda Phillips 5
Ausker (should be Oscar) S Phillips 1
More About SAMUEL
Burial: October 31, 1931, Collins Cemetery, Blaine County,
Cause of Death: Chronic Bronchitis
Military service: September
07, 1863, Co K 2nd Reg. Ohio Hvy Arty. Civil War (enlisted at Camp
Residence: Okeene, OK
Notes for MARY
Okeene, Blaine Co, Oklahoma, Friday,
August 1, 1924, p 5, Local Items: Mrs Samuel Phillips is quite ill, it is
Friday, Aug 8, 1924, p 10, col 3
Mary Catherine Jarvis, daughter
of Joel A and Eliza B Jarvis, was b Dec 24, 1850 in Perry Co, Ohio. She died
July 30, 1924, at Okeene, Oklahoma.
She was united in
marriage to Mr Samuel Phillips on January 22, 1867. To this union was born 9
children, five sons and four daughters, one son and one daughter having passed
on before, and several still living, all of whom were present in these sad hours
with the grief stricken father.
Mrs Phillips had
been an active christian worker since her girlhood days, and when Grandma
Phillips, as she is commonly called, was spoken of, it would send thrills of
Christian enjoyment through the heart as her only aim was to serve the Master
and scatter deeds of kindness, which is so comforting to the loved ones left
She was laid to rest
in the Collins cemetery beside her son.
Card of Thanks
signed by Samuel Phillips, James Phillips, Anna Filbert, Rosa Robinson, Oscar
Phillips, Charles Phillips, Alex Phillips and Lois
More About MARY CATHERINE JARVIS:
01, 1924, Collins Cemetery, Blaine County, Oklahoma
Marriage Notes for
SAMUEL PHILLIPS and MARY JARVIS:
Marriage Record State of Ohio, Hocking
No. 4535 Jan 22 A.D. 1867
Marriage License was this day
granted to Samuel Phillips and Mary C Jarvis; O'Case jp
Father of female + Perry Latimer for mother of male
I certifiy that I
solemnized the marriage of Samuel Philips and Mary C. Jarvis on the 22 day of
January 1867; WM Davey J.P.
Somehow Perry Latimer is connected with this
Estimated birth year: abt 1814
Birth place: Ohio
Home in 1850
Jerome, Union, Ohio
Name: Perry Latimer
Age in 1860: 47
Year: abt 1813
Home in 1860: Starr, Hocking, Ohio
Post Office: Logan
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members: Name Age
Perry Latimer 47
Hannah Latimer 45
Huldah Latimer 19
Clarinda Latimer 17
Hiram Latimer 16
Samuel Latimer 14
David Latimer 11
Lydia J Latimer 5
Name: Perry Lalimore
Estimated Birth Year: abt
Age in 1870: 37
Home in 1870: Starr,
Family and neighbors: View Results
Value of real estate: View Image
Marriage: January 22, 1867, Hocking County, Ohio
Children of SAMUEL PHILLIPS and MARY JARVIS are:
i. MARION PHILLIPS, b. 1868, Ohio; d. March 21, 1896, Okeene, OK.
JAMES A. PHILLIPS, b. September 28, 1873, Indiana; d. March 1967, Warsaw,
iii. ANNIE PHILLIPS, b. 1874, Iowa; d. Aft. 1931; m.
Notes for ANNIE PHILLIPS:
Lived in Hennessey, OK in 1931.
Married a Mr. Filbert.
. iv. RHODA PHILLIPS, b. August 11, 1877,
Ringgold Co., Iowa; d. March 12, 1919, Stafford, Kansas.
. v. ROSA
PHILLIPS, b. August 11, 1877, Diagonal, Iowa; d. August 1940, Woodward,
. vi. OSCAR L. PHILLIPS, b. April 13, 1883, Iowa; d. January
1967, Longdale, Blaine County, Oklahoma.
CHARLES H. PHILLIPS, b. December 21, 1885, Iowa; d. March 1976, Keyes, Cimarron
. viii. LOIS J. PHILLIPS, b. August 1889, Iowa; d.
. ix. SAMUEL ALEXANDER PHILLIPS, b. November 16, 1891,
Iowa; d. March 1972, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
This picture was taken in Oklahoma.
A. PHILLIPS Taken in 1919, Blackwell,
. JAMES A.
PHILLIPS was born September 28, 1873 in Indiana, and died March 1967 in Warsaw,
Benton, Missouri. He married (1) HANNIE MARY (MINNIE) FERBER December 12, 1888
in Ringgold County, Iowa, daughter of CHARLES FERBER and CATHERINE SUHRE. She
was born July 28, 1869 in St. James, Nebraska, and died October 19, 1955 in
Wichita Falls, Texas. He married (2) ANNIE STEWART Bef. 1920.
for JAMES A. PHILLIPS:
James and Minnie were living in Custer, Oklahoma in
1902 according to the obit of Minnie's father.
Was told Minnie and James were
divorced and James remarried.
Name: James A Phillips
Age in 1910:
Estimated birth year: 1870
1910: LOGAN TWP, BEAVER, Oklahoma
Name: Jas A Phillips (with second
Age: 49 years
Estimated birth year: 1870
Home in 1920: Saint Francois, Wayne,
Home owned: View Image
Sex: View Image
status: View Image
Year of immigration: View Image
Able to read
& write: View Image
Name: James Phillips
Last Residence: 65355 Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States of
Born: 16 Sep 1873 (birth dates vary)
Died: Mar 1967
State (Year) SSN issued: Missouri (Before 1951 )
JAMES A. PHILLIPS:
Social Security Number: 493-05-3582 issued in
Notes for HANNIE MARY (MINNIE) FERBER:
James and Minnie were
living in Custer, Oklahoma in 1902 according to the obit of Minnie's
Marriage Notes for JAMES PHILLIPS and HANNIE FERBER:
James A. Phillip (no s)
married Minnie H(or R) Ferber, 12
Dep 1888, bk B, pg 405
Minnie lived to
be in her 86 yrs, 2 mo's, 22 days and died in Witchita Falls, Texas. She is
James died around Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
JAMES PHILLIPS and HANNIE FERBER:
Marriage: December 12, 1888, Ringgold
Marriage Notes for JAMES PHILLIPS and
Found living in Wayne County, St. Francois Missouri in 1920
and 1930 census
also two stepchildren 1920, Jerlene Sterwart(female) age
18 and Marcus L. Stewart age 15
More About JAMES PHILLIPS and ANNIE
Marriage: Bef. 1920
Children of JAMES PHILLIPS and HANNIE
i. WILLIAM HENRY PHILLIPS, b. August 13, 1889, Mt.
Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa; d. December 18, 1949, Bristow, Oklahoma.
ii. CHARLES HERMAN PHILLIPS, b. March 09, 1891, Iowa; d. March 1972, Fort
Worth, TX Tarrant Co..
iii. SADIE AMANDA CATHERINE PHILLIPS, b.
November 13, 1892, Mt. Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa; d. December 14, 1958,
iv. ELMER ELLSWORTH PHILLIPS, b. January 02,
1895, Ringgold Co. Iowa; d. May 17, 1918, Gate, Oklahoma.
Notes for ELMER
Personal Information Draft Card WWI
City: Not Stated
Birthplace: Oklahoma;United States of America
Date: 02 Jan 1895
Elmer was killed by lightening. He was only 23.
v. LUCY LULA PHILLIPS, b. November 10, 1902, Beaver Co., Oklahoma; d.
November 05, 1916, Englewood, Kansas Clark County.
Notes for LUCY LULA
13 years, 11 months, 25 days.
vi. JACOB JOEL
PHILLIPS, b. September 17, 1905, Deep Creek, Oklahoma.
ROSA REBECCA PHILLIPS, b. October 23, 1907, Oklahoma.
Manda was a
viii. BERTHA BIRDIE PHILLIPS, b. January 21, 1912,
Valley Springs, Arkansas.
Byrdie), Jacob, Amanda, Sadie, Willie. Taken 1952 in
RHODA PHILLIPS was born August 11, 1877 in
Ringgold Co., Iowa, and died March 12, 1919 in Stafford, Kansas. She married
(1) WILLIAM DELLINGER. She married (2) MART POND May 17, 1905 in St. John,
Notes for RHODA PHILLIPS:
Death of Mrs. Mart Pound
This community was shocked
Wednesday morning of last week when the sad news of the death of Mrs. Mart Pound
was reported. She had been ill only a short time, being brought from her home
south of town to the sanitarium (Butler's) Thursday evening of the previous
week. She had the flu and everything that loving hands could do was done, but to
no avail as pneumonia, with a complication of the heart, quickly developed and
she passed away at 6 o'clock that morning.
Rhoda Phillips was born in
Ringold county, Iowa, August 11, 1877 and died at Stafford, Kansas, March 12,
1919: age 41 years, 7 months and 1 day.
She was married to William
Dellinger, who a few years later passed away. She was married to Mart Pound, May
17, 1905, at St. John, Kansas and since that time has made her home south of the
city (House is still there and is still occupied - didn't think to take a
picture of it when I was there). Besides her husband, she leaves her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Phillips of Okeene, Okla., three sisters and four brothers -
James Phillips of Gate, Okla., Mrs. Anna Bailey of Hennessey, Okla., Mrs. Rosa
Haworth of Tulsa, Okla., Oscar Phillips of Okeene, Okla., Charles Phillips of
Oklahoma City, Okla., Elic Phillips of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. Lois Gregg
of Forth Worth, Texas - other relatives and many friends mourn her
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the M.E. church and were conducted by Rev. Guy Spear. Music was furnished by
Geo. Dale,, Miss Bernice Pafford, Miss Hazel Akers and J.L. Ament. Interment was
made in the Stafford cemetery.
The Courier joins the friends in
extending sincere sympathy to the bereaved relatives in their hour of
Marriage: May 17, 1905, St. John, Kansas
RHODA PHILLIPS and MART POND is:
i. CORA ROSA LEE10 POND, d. March 31,
1910, Stafford, Kansas.
ROSA PHILLIPS was born August 11, 1877
in Diagonal, Iowa, and died August 1940 in Woodward, Oklahoma. She married
LEWIS N. HAWORTH 1896. He was born November 30, 1868 in Henry County, Iowa, and
died June 21, 1950 in Caddo County, Oklahoma.
The Okeene Record,
Mrs. Rosa HAWORTH.
Rosa PHILLIPS was born August 11,
1877, at Diaginal, Iowa. She came to Oklahoma at the opening of the Cheyenne and
Arapaho county and grey (grew) to womanhood with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
PHILLIPS, on a claim fives miles east of Okeene.
She was united in marriage
to Lewis HAWORTH and to this union were born three children. One son, Clarence,
preceded her in death in June, 1927.
Mrs. HAWORTH is survived by a daughter
and a son, Mrs. Stella GOSSETT of Gracemont, and Nathan L. HAWORTH of Ada; four
brothers and one sister, Oscar and Chas. PHILLIPS of Okeene, Sam PHILLIPS of
Oklahoma City, Jim PHILLIPS of Missouri, and Mrs. Ed MERKER of Donaphin,
Mrs. HAWORTH died at Woodward and the body was brought to Okeene for
burial beside her son in the Collins cemetery. Services were conducted at the
Howley Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. G. C. HUTCHINS, pastor of the Methodist
More About ROSA PHILLIPS:
Burial: 1940, Collins Cemetery,
Okeene, Blaine County, Oklahoma
Notes for LEWIS N. HAWORTH:
Lewis N Haworth
Age in 1910: 41
Estimated birth year: abt 1869
Home in 1910: Cimarron Twp, Blaine, Oklahoma
Neighbors: View Results
Children of ROSA PHILLIPS
and LEWIS HAWORTH are:
STELLA E. HAWORTH, b. 1897, Oklahoma; m. ?
NATHAN L. HAWORTH, b. June 15, 1898, Okeene, Oklahoma; d.
December 27, 1984, Roseville, California; m. MARY OPAL RAMSEY, March 28,
Marriage: March 28, 1933
CLARENCE N. HAWORTH, b.
October 20, 1907, Oklahoma; d. June 09, 1927, St. Louis,
Burial: 1927, Collins Cemetery, Okeene, Blaine County,
OSCAR L9 PHILLIPS was born April 13, 1883 in Iowa, and
died January 1967 in Longdale, Blaine County, Oklahoma. He married ELIZA M.
HENZLER. She was born 1884 in Indiana, and died Bef. 1930.
OSCAR L. PHILLIPS:
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Oscar Laurence Phillips
City: Not Stated
Birth Date: 13 Apr 1882
Burial: Collins Cemetery
Children of OSCAR PHILLIPS and ELIZA HENZLER are:
PHILLIPS, b. 1908.
LEWIS N PHILLIPS, b. 1910, Ordway,
LUCILLE PHILLIPS, b. 1910, Oklahoma.
ROSANNA PHILLIPS, b. 1910, Longdale, Oklahoma.
HARRY PHILLIPS, b.
FRANK PHILLIPS, b. 1915, Oklahoma.
RHODA PHILLIPS, b. 1917, Oklahoma.
TOM ORVILLE PHILLIPS, b.
MARY PHILLIPS, b. 1925.
PHILLIPS was born December 21, 1885 in Iowa, and died March 1976 in Keyes,
Cimarron County, Oklahoma. He married CAROLINE E. CARTER. She was born 1895 in
Missouri, and died Bef. 1930.
Notes for CHARLES H. PHILLIPS:
Charles H Phillips
Age: 34 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1886
Home in 1920: Oklahoma,
Home owned: View Image
Sex: View Image
Marital status: View Image
Year of immigration: View Image
Able to read & write: View Image
1920 Oklahoma Co. Oklahoma
Charles H Phillips 34 Iowa Ohio Ohio
Caroline E 25 Kansas Iowa
Calvin S 2 Oklahoma Iowa Kansas
Clarence H Haworth (nephew) 12 Ok
Carl C Carter (brother in law) 20 Ok Ia Mi
Social Security Number: 460-62-3625 issued in Texas
Child of CHARLES PHILLIPS and CAROLINE CARTER is: CALVIN S.10
PHILLIPS, b. 1917.
LOIS J. PHILLIPS was born August 1889 in
Iowa, and died Aft. 1931. She married GEORGE? GREGG. He was born in
Lived in Okeene, OK in 1931.
Married a Mr. Merker then Mr. Gregg. Found living with parents as Lois J.
Gregg in 1920 Blaine Co., OK census.
Children of LOIS PHILLIPS and
GEORGE? GREGG are: GEORGE GREGG, b. 1907, Oklahoma. EDWIN GREGG, b. 1911, Kansas.
SAMUEL ALEXANDER PHILLIPS was
born November 16, 1891 in Iowa, and died March 1972 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
He married STELLA GARRIN. She was born 1895 in Indiana.
Lived in Oklahoma City, OK 1930 according to census.
Brother in law Perry Garrin lived with the family.
Sam A. was a Police
Officer for Oklahoma City in 1930.
WWI Draft Registration
Name: Samuel Alexander Phillips
City: Not Stated
States of America
Birth Date: 16 Nov 1891
More About SAMUEL ALEXANDER
Social Security Number: 445-32-8722 issued
of SAMUEL PHILLIPS and STELLA GARRIN are: BETTY
JO PHILLIPS, b. 1928, Oklahoma. i. DOROTHY
PHILLIPS, b. 1929, Oklahoma.
William and Mary
PHILLIPS was born August 13, 1889 in Mt. Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa, and died
December 18, 1949 in Bristow, Oklahoma. He married MARY FLOYD GALLAGHER March
16, 1905 in Valley Springs, Arkansas, daughter of WILLIAM GALLAGHER and MARY
WALLIS. She was born July 02, 1889 in Valley Springs, Arkansas, and died
February 1986 in Bristow, Oklahoma.
Phillips with his grandson's, Bruce and Charles
passed on Dec. 18, 1949 at Bristow, Okla. 60 yrs. 4 mos. 5 days He worked in
Name: W H Phillips
Age: 30 years
birth year: abt 1890
in 1920: Beggs, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Name: William H Phillips
Estimated birth year: abt 1890
Relation to head-of-house: Head
Spouse's Name: Mary Phillips
Home in 1930: Bristow, Creek, Oklahoma
source: Year: 1930; Census Place: Bristow, Creek, Oklahoma; Roll: 1900; Page:
12B; Enumeration District: 3; Image: 102.0.
William Henry Phillips Family Norman, Mary
(Gallagher), Clarence Henry, William Henry,
Mary, Norman (Short), Ola and Clarence (Red) Phillips
More About WILLIAM HENRY
Burial: 1949, Magnolia Memorial Gardens, Bristow, OK
Notes for MARY FLOYD GALLAGHER:
All three children that
Mary and William had were born in Valley Springs, Arkansas, where Mary's Mother
lived. No matter where they were living, Mary always went home to her Mother to
have her babies.
Granny was a hard working woman. She canned peaches,
blackberries, did wash ing (using a washboard) and ironing for people. When
they had chickens, she sold eggs.
Baptism (LDS): buried in Bristow,
Burial: 1986, Magnolia Memorial Gardens, Bristow,
Marriage: March 16, 1905, Valley Springs, Arkansas
of WILLIAM PHILLIPS and MARY GALLAGHER are: OLA PHILLIPS, b. June
15, 1906, Valley Springs, Arkansas; d. February 25, 1991, Tulsa, Oklahoma; m.
RILEY WALDRIP; b. October 29, 1895; d. June 1960.
Parent's were living in
Kansas when Ola was born.
Ola and Riley had no children.
2:00 P.M. March 4, 1991
Schumacher Funeral Chapel
Rev. Gene Jackson
More About OLA PHILLIPS:
04, 1991, Magnolia Memorial Gardens, Bristow, OK
Burial: 1960, Magnolia Memorial Gardens, Bristow,
ii. NORMAN ALLEN PHILLIPS, b. June 12, 1912, Valley Springs,
Arkansas; d. October 25, 2001, St. Louis, Missouri.
HENRY PHILLIPS, b. October 22, 1913, Valley Springs, Arkansas; d. January 09,
2002, Casper, Wyoming.
CHARLES HERMAN PHILLIPS was born March
09, 1891 in Iowa, and died March 1972 in Fort Worth, TX Tarrant Co.. He
married IRENE. She was born 1902 in Texas.
Notes for CHARLES HERMAN
Found living in Wichita Falls, TX 1920 census with wife, children
and Mother, Minnie, brother, Jacob and sisters, Amanda and Bertha.
Children of CHARLES PHILLIPS and IRENE are:
PHILLIPS, b. 1918.
ii. ELMER PHILLIPS, b. 1919.
AMANDA CATHERINE PHILLIPS was born November 13, 1892 in Mt. Ayr, Ringgold
County, Iowa, and died December 14, 1958 in Riverside, California. She married
WILLIAM LEE ANDREW KELLEY November 18, 1908 in Surprise, Beaver City, Oklahoma.
He was born July 24, 1879 in Hardin County, Alabama.
Notes for SADIE
AMANDA CATHERINE PHILLIPS:
Sadie was a minister.
Notes for WILLIAM LEE
Mother was Ducky Fox.
More About WILLIAM KELLEY and
Marriage: November 18, 1908, Surprise, Beaver City,
Children of SADIE PHILLIPS and WILLIAM KELLEY are:
i. MARVIN EDWARD11 KELLEY, b. December 09, 1909, Ogletree, Texas.
ii. TOT KELLEY, b. July 12, 1911, Ogletree, Texas.
17. iii. HAZEL
MAE KELLEY, b. August 15, 1912, Englewood, Kansas.
iv. DARLING BABY
KELLEY, b. May 12, 1914, Collonsville, Oklahoma.
v. GOLDIE JEWELL
KELLEY, b. July 07, 1915, Englewood, Kansas.
vi. KING DAVID KELLEY, b.
September 11, 1916, Englewood, Kansas.
vii. PERNIE PEARL KELLEY, b.
November 05, 1918, Blackwell, Oklahoma.
viii. CLARANCE CALVIN KELLEY,
b. September 28, 1921, Englewood, Kansas.
ix. ROSE LEE KELLEY, b.
February 20, 1923, Englewood, Kansas.
18. x. MARY ALICE KELLEY, b.
April 03, 1924, Wichita, Kansas/Wichita Co., KS.
14. LEWIS N
PHILLIPS was born 1910 in Ordway, Oklahoma. He married EUNA STALLINGS 1929 in
More About LEWIS N PHILLIPS:
Burial: 1937, Rocky Ford,
Cause of Death: He died of a ruptured appendix
LEWIS PHILLIPS and EUNA STALLINGS:
Marriage: 1929, Oklahoma
of LEWIS PHILLIPS and EUNA STALLINGS is:
i. BETTY PHILLIPS, b.
15. NORMAN ALLEN
PHILLIPS was born June 12, 1912 in Valley Springs, Arkansas, and died October
25, 2001 in St. Louis, Missouri. He married MARY MAXINE SUMNER June 18, 1934 in
Bristow, Oklahoma, daughter of WILLIAM SUMNER and FRANKIE WILSON. She was born
May 16, 1916 in Cureall, Howell Co, MO.
Notes for NORMAN ALLEN
Name: Norman A. Phillips
Residence: 63136 Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States of
Born: 12 Jan 1912
Died: 26 Oct 2001
State (Year) SSN
issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951 )
More About NORMAN ALLEN
Social Security Number:
More About NORMAN PHILLIPS and MARY SUMNER:
June 18, 1934, Bristow, Oklahoma
Children of NORMAN PHILLIPS and MARY
i. NORMA JEAN12 PHILLIPS, b. September 22, 1936, Bristow,
Oklahoma; d. July 06, 1995, Bristow, Oklahoma; m. (1) ROBERT ARTHUR CLARK; m.
(2) JAMES EDWARD CHARLES BROWN.
More About NORMA JEAN
Burial: 1995, Bristow, Oklahoma
ii. MARYLIN YVONNE
PHILLIPS, b. September 12, 1940, Patterson, Wayne County, Missouri; d. September
21, 1993, Cedar Hill, Missouri; m. JACK DELANO MORLEY.
RAY PHILLIPS, b. November 18, 1944, St. Louis, Missouri; d. August 02, 2008,
Paducah, Kentucky; m. MARY ANNE DE CLUE.
William 'Santa' Ray Phillips Sr.
William "Santa" Ray
Phillips Sr., 63, of Paducah died at 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, 2008, at his home.
A native of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. Phillips served in
the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and was a retired car salesman. He attended
Southland Baptist Temple.
Surviving are two
sons, William Phillips Jr. and his wife, Billie, of Paducah, and Joseph Allen
Phillips of Paducah; one stepson, Daniel Hicks of Louisville; one sister,
Barbara Gossard of St. Louis; one daughter-in-law, Pam Phillips of Paducah; his
grandchildren, Dawn Phillips, Kayla Phillips, Brandon Phillips, Jeremy Phillips,
Leslie Phillips, Brandy Cooper and Chris Cooper; four great-grandchildren; and
several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Phillips was
preceded in death by his wife and soulmate, Carol Phillips; his first wife, Mary
Ann Phillips; his parents, Norman and Maxine Phillips; one great-grandson; and
will be conducted at a later date. Milner & Orr Funeral Home of Paducah is
in charge of arrangements.
ELAINE PHILLIPS, b. July 28, 1946, St. Louis, Missouri; m. (1) CLARENCE EDWARD
GRIMES; m. (2) GOSSARD.
my Grandpa when he was a football
and track star at Tulsa University in the 1930's
CLARENCE HENRY "RED" PHILLIPS was born October 22, 1913 in Valley Springs,
Arkansas, and died January 09, 2002 in Casper, Wyoming. He married MILDRED ANN
BAKER July 24, 1934 in Ada, Oklahoma, daughter of ERWIN BAKER and LEONA BYNUM.
Notes for CLARENCE HENRY PHILLIPS:
Clarence Henry or "Red" as he is
known, went to Bristow High School. He was on the track team and played
football there. The Bristow High School football team went to State in the
1920's. They beat Sapula 7 to 6. Red made the touchdown and the extra kick
that won the game. He received letters from Notre Dame and Penn State offering
him scholarships. He declined and went to Tulsa University where he was a
football and track star. Red, "alone" qualified to go to Oklahoma City for
state track to represent Bristow. He won the 100, 220, 440 and placed high in
the high and low hurdles and pole vault. Red then went to the Drake Relays and
to the National's in Chicago, where he met Jesse Owens. In the first race Red
beat Jesse Owens. In the next, he hit a hurdle and fell down, but still got 3rd
place. Jesse Owens borrowed Red's shoes for the race in which he won. My
Grandpa, Red, kept those shoes and gave one to each of his son's.
asked to go to the Olympics and enter the decathelon in 10 events, but he
didn't. Instead, he married my Grandma and stayed in Oklahoma until he went to
work for Gulf Oil where he was employed for over 40 years.
When "Red" was
younger, he delivered his Mother's washings in his little wagon. There wasn't
anything he wouldn't do for her. He worshipped his Mother. If she was canning
two bushels of peaches, he would be helping her, if it took all day. That meant
washing jars, peeling peaches, getting them ready to put in the pressure cooker,
a few at a time, or bringing them to a boil, then canning them.
He and his
Father would go out and pick about two bushels of wild blackberries; then "Red"
and his Mother canned them; it is very hot in Oklahoma and they had no electic
fans or air conditioners. No matter what his Mother had to do, he was
*Even though they lived in Oklahoma, Red's mother, Mary Gallagher
Phillips, always went home to Arkansas when she had her three
More About CLARENCE HENRY PHILLIPS:
Burial: January 12,
2002, Casper, Wyoming
More About CLARENCE PHILLIPS and MILDRED
Marriage: July 24, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma
My Grandma, Mildred (Baker) Phillips, my Daddy, Bruce and
my Uncle Charles taken in 1947.
CLARENCE PHILLIPS and MILDRED BAKER are:
i. Living PHILLIPS, m. NORMA
ELAINE BUNDY, July 08, 1955, Centralia Township, Marion County, Illinois; b.
July 08, 1936, Romaine Township, Dix, Illinois; d. March 07, 2003, Centralia,
More About NORMA ELAINE BUNDY:
Burial: March 09, 2003, Hillcrest
Cause of Death: Cancer
ii. Living PHILLIPS married
Children of Living Phillips and living COOK are"
Living male Phillips
ii. Living male Phillips
17. HAZEL MAE11
KELLEY (SADIE AMANDA CATHERINE10 PHILLIPS, JAMES A.9, SAMUEL8, JAMES7, SPENCER6,
DANIEL5, ?4, ??3, ???2, ????1) was born August 15, 1912 in Englewood, Kansas.
She married JOHN HARROD.
Child of HAZEL KELLEY and JOHN HARROD
i. JOE12 HARROD, m. DELORIS UNKNOWN.
18. MARY ALICE11
KELLEY (SADIE AMANDA CATHERINE10 PHILLIPS, JAMES A.9, SAMUEL8, JAMES7, SPENCER6,
DANIEL5, ?4, ??3, ???2, ????1) was born April 03, 1924 in Wichita,
Kansas/Wichita Co., KS. She married MENFORD E. HESTER May 11, 1945 in Almameda
Children of MARY KELLEY and MENFORD HESTER
i. Female HESTER, ; m. DAVEY, February 08, 1963.
ii. female HESTER, m. BINDERIM, May 29, 1964.