Charles W. Phillips1,2,3,4,5,6

(June 24, 1882 - July 19, 1901)
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Dan Stone
Father*William M. Phillips (October, 1854 - July 19, 1920)
Mother*Alzena Evers (April 15, 1861 - April 29, 1934)
BirthCharles W. Phillips was born on June 24, 1882 in Missouri.1,2,5,6,3
NoteHe served in Company L of the 35th United States Volunteer Infantry.4,1
NoteSeptember, 1899, Charles W. Phillips went to Phillipines and was in active service until the following June, when he was sent to the hospital.1
NoteHe had been attacked with a gas agent.7
NoteHe was ordered home and remained in poor health from that time on.1
NoteDecember, 1900, Charles W. Phillips reached San Francisco, San Francisco County, California and was kept in the hospital there until April 1901.1
OccupationHe was a farmer on July 19, 1901.2
DeathHe died on July 19, 1901 in Wynooche, Chehalis County, Washington, at age 19.1,2
NoteHe had applied for admission to the soldier's home and had expected to go to that institution in hopes of regaining his health.1
FuneralThe funeral services of Charles W. Phillips were held on July 21, 1901 at Wynooche Presbyterian Church, officiated by Reverend M. M. Marshall.1
BurialHe was buried in Wynooche Cemetery, Montesano, Chehalis County, Washington.4,1

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Citations

  1. [S428] Charles W. Phillips obituary, The Weekly Vidette, Montesano, Washington, 26 July 1901, page 5, column 3.
  2. [S214] Grays Harbor County Death Register, 1891-1907, Washington State Department of Health Center for Health Statistics, Chas Phillips record, online database and image copy at http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/ViewRecord.aspx?RID=A8B3BCDE65456A0C1505FA7D98576E7D, viewed 8 January 2011.
  3. [S261] 1894 Washington State census, Chehalis County, Washington, population schedule, page 134, line 43, W. M. Phillips household; digital image, Washington State Archives - Digital Archives (http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/Record/View/5F55661A878E19CB3B15B04AD4B4E114 : accessed 27 September 2011); citing Chehalis County Territorial Census, Roll Reel No. 2, AAA Cab. Drawer 1.
  4. [S349] C. W. Phillips tombstone, Wynooche Cemetery, Montesano, Grays Harbor County, Washington; transcribed and photographed by George Daniel Stone and George Arthur Stone and Lila Cecilia Dromensk, 2 September 2007.
  5. [S237] 1889 Washington Territory census, Chehalis County, Washington Territory, population schedule, page 116, line 32, Wm Phillips household; digital image, Washington State Archives - Digital Archives (http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/Record/View/15656EF03832FB9F12077088147BC59E : accessed 27 September 2011); citing Chehalis County Territorial Census, Roll Reel No. 2, AAA Cab. Drawer 1.
  6. [S260] 1892 Washington State census, Chehalis County, Washington, population schedule, page 36, line 18, Wm. Phillips household; digital image, Washington State Archives - Digital Archives (http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/Record/View/FCA18B3F1C7EB75F0375FB6A98437DD4 : accessed 27 September 2011); citing Chehalis County Territorial Census, Roll Reel No. 2, AAA Cab. Drawer 1.
  7. [S34] Personal knowledge of Lila Cecilia Dromensk.
  8. [S1804] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census (2012: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Provo, Utah), Year: 1900; Census Place: San Miguel de Mayumo, Philippine Islands,Military and Naval Forces; Roll: T623_1841; Page: ; EnumerationDistrict: 188.