The Senator PHILLIPS household was enumerated in the 1910 census of Murray Co., OK in the 2nd Ward of Sulphur City. Senator PHILLIPS was my paternal great-granduncle, husband of Una Maude LEMASTERS.
Senator was a veterinary surgeon in the 1910 census, aged 26, who had been married for 2 years. He was born in Kansas and both parents were born in Ohio. His wife, Maud, was aged 25, born in Indiana, with her father born in Mississippi and her mother born in Missouri. This is an error, as her father was born in Ohio and her mother was born in New Jersey. Perhaps the census taker was describing the parents of Senator Phillips. However, his mother, Jennie M., was living with them, aged 50 years old, listed as being born in Ohio.
The family's young son, Donald K., aged 1, born in Oklahoma, was also living with them.
Senator Winfield PHILLIPS b. December 22, 1883 Kansas City, KS, d. September 13, 1968 David City, NE, m. December 22, 1907 Jay Co., IN to Una Maude LEMASTERS, daughter of Luman Walker and Mary Keziah (CHEW) LEMASTERS. Maude b. April 26, 1884 Jay Co., IN., d. September 13, 1968 David City, NE.
The children of Senator Winfield and Una Maude (LEMASTERS) PHILLIPS :
i. Donald Keith PHILLIPS m. Nelvia JOHNSON
ii. Mary Louise PHILLIPS m. Lawrence Oscar WILSON