|Father||Jasper Newton Sackett (1840-1933)|
|Mother||Emily Jane Corlew (1847-1903)|
In 1880 Geneva was living in Spring Valley, Cherokee County, KansasG, in the household of her parents Jasper and Emily, and was recorded in the census as Geneva Sackett, aged five and born in Illinois.6
In 1900 she was living in Cimarron Township, Payne County, OklahomaG, in the household of her husband William Stollings, 37, a farmer, and was recorded as Geneva Stollings, aged 26. Living with them were their children, Walter, 5, and Jessie, aged two.7
In 1910 she was living in Cimarron TownshipG in the household of her husband Charles McPhail, 45, a farmer, and was recorded as Geneva McPhail, aged 35. Their daughter Emma, aged one month
was living with them. Also in the household, as a boarder, was James W Sackett, 63, who was an uncle of both Geneva and Charles.8
In 1920 she was living in CimarronG in the household of her husband Charles, 53, a farmer, and was recorded as Jeneva McPhale, aged 44.9
In 1930 she was living in CimarronG in the household of her husband Charles, 64, and was recorded as Geneva McPhail, aged 55. They owned their home.10
Children of Geneva Sackett and William Pierce Stollings
Children of Geneva Sackett and Charles McPhail
Mrs. Geneva Shaw
Stillwater—(Bureau)—Mrs. Geneva Shaw, 77, Ripley, died at her home Sunday. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Strode funeral home, Stillwater, with burial at Fairlawn cemetery.
Mrs. Shaw was a member of the Baptist church and the Women's Relief Corps of Stillwater.
She is survived by her husband, Gilbert E. Shaw; a son, Walter Stollings, Oklahoma City: a daughter, Mrs. J. S. Thrasher, Booker, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Patty Smith, Arnett, and Mrs. Lou Clary, Moscow, Idaho, and a brother, Elmer Sackett, Pawnee.
—The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, 7 Jul 1952, p 6
Mrs. Geneva Shaw of Ripley, a Payne county resident since 1891, died at her home Sunday. She was 77 years old.
Funeral services will be held at the Strode chapel on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. with the Rev. A. L. McRill of Ripley officiating. Burial will be at Fairlawn cemetery.
Mrs. Shaw was born at Litchfield, Ill., Sept. 20, 1874, to Jasper and Emily Sackett.
She was married to William Stollings in Payne county in 1891. Stollings died in 1935 and she was married to Gilbert E. Shaw at Perry in 1938.
Mrs. Shaw was a member of the Baptist church and the Womens Relief Corps of Stillwater.
She is survived by her husband, one son, Walter Stollings of Oklahoma City and one daughter, Mrs. J. S. Thrasher of Booker, Texas. One brother, Elmer Sackett of Pawnee, and two sisters, Mrs. Hatty Smith of Arnett and Mrs. Lou Clary of Moscow, Idaho, also survive along with six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
—Unsourced newspaper image, Find A Grave
Chas. McPhail Suicide at Farm Home Friday
Sat Down Under Tree and Shot Self Through Heart with Pistol; Burial Set for Friday
Charles McPhail, 66, farmer living three miles south of Ingalls, committed suicide near his home early Friday morning, May 29, 1931, by shooting himself through the heart with a .45 caliber U.S. government automatic pistol.
The suicide's body, propped against a tree about 200 yards from his farm house, was found by Mrs. McPhail, who heard the shot.
Poor health and despondency are thought to be responsible for his suicide, believes Sheriff M. J. Bradley, who with County Attorney Ernest Jenkins, investigated the case early Friday.
The theory that financial matters may have caused the death was discounted by Sheriff Bradley who said McPhail was a prosperous farmer with considerable acreage in cultivation.
The decedent is said to have returned home from Ingalls late Thursday in a dejected condition and to have got his gun. Mrs. McPhail removed the cartridges but some time during the night or early morning they were discovered by the decedent. He was seen to leave the home between 5 and 6 o'clock Friday morning and sat down under the tree where he shot himself.
Charles McPhail was born near Walshville, Ill., October 18, 1865. He was married to Geneva Stallings July 31, 1906. He came to Oklahoma in 1905 and settled on the farm where he lived until his death.
The decedent is survived by his widow, two brothers, Tead McPhail, Walshville, Ill., and Hall McPhail, Litchfield, Ill; two half-sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Barlow, Walshville, Ill; and Mrs. Mattie Hudspeth, Walshville, Ill; a half-brother, Lon McPhail, Litchfield, Ill.
Funeral services were conducted at the Strode Funeral home Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
—Stillwater Gazette, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 5 Jun 1931, p 1
Funeral services were held at the First Baptist church in this city Sunday afternoon for William Pierce Stollings, aged pioneer of Ochiltree county. The deceased was born at Clinton, Missouri on January 10, 1862, and died at his home in the Huntoon neighborhood northeast of Perryton on December 14. He was almost 74 years of age at the time of his death. Interment was in the Ochiltree cemetery.
Rev. J. M. Sibley was the officiating minister. Active pallbearers were M. H. Crum, K. C. Trosper, Ollie Morris, T. R. Shirley, Dave Hummer and Luther Wade. Honorary pallbearers were Geo. Latham, Geo. Barnett, J. D. Wade, C. E. Woods, J. H. Woodward and J. H. Shearer.
W. P. Stollings filed on land in Ochiltree county in 1901. On January 29, 1902 he was united in marriage to Miss Margaret Stollings at Liberty, Missouri. When just a young man, he made a profession in Christ and united with the Christian Church.
Surviving relatives are the widow, a daughter, Mrs. Jerry Thrasher, Douglas, Oklahoma; and one son, Walter Stollings of Perryton.
The deceased during the many years that he has been a resident of this county, had made a host of friends. He was a good citizen, a real neighbor, a loving father, and a faithful husband. He was the owner of a large tract of land and had been very successful in his life’s work as a farmer and stockman.
—Ochiltree County Herald, Perryton, Texas, 19 Dec 1935
Notes & Citations
- Find a Grave.
- "United States Marriages" (Findmypast image), "31 Jul 1906, Grayson, Kentucky, Chas. McPhail, of Litchfield, IL, age 40, 1st m., farming, b. IL, father Jas. McPhail b. IL, mother Mariah Sackett b. IL; to Mrs Geneva Stollings, of Penn Co, OK, age 32, 2nd m., b. Litchfield, IL, father Jasper Sackett, mother Emma Corlew."
- "Oklahoma, County Marriages, 1890–1995" (FamilySearch image), "5 Mar 1938, Perry, Noble County, OK, Gilbert E Shaw, 57, b. OH, res. Ripley, OK, & Geneva McPhail, 63, b. IL, res. Ripley. Witnesses: Mrs Lillie Guinn, Mrs Sarah E Gue."
- 1880 United States Federal Census
Spring Valley, Cherokee, Kansas
Jasper N. Sackett, head, married, 40, b. IL, farmer, father b. NY, mother b. IL
Emily J. Sackett, wife, 33, b. IL, keeping house, father b. IL, mother b. IL
Elmer Sackett, son, 14, b. IL, at home, father b. IL, mother b. IL
Geneva Sackett, dau, 5, b. IL, at home, father b. IL, mother b. IL
Jasper P. Sackett, son, 3, b. IL, at home, father b. IL, mother b. IL
Lulu Sackett, dau, 1, b. KS, at home, father b. IL, mother b. IL.
- 1900 United States Federal Census
Page 29, Enumeration District 0181, FHL microfilm 1241341
Cimarron, Payne, Oklahoma, 11 Jun 1900
Stollings, Wm P, head, b. Jan 1862, 37, m. 9y, farmer, b. MO, father b. MO, mother b. TN
Stollings, Geneva, wife, b. Sep 1875, 26, m. 9y, 2 ch, both living, b. IL, father b. IL, mother b. IL
Stollings, Walter, son, b. Feb 1895, 5, b. OK, father b. MO, mother b. IL
Stollings, Jessie, daughter, b. Aug 1897, 2, b. OK, father b. MO, mother b. IL.
- 1910 United States Federal Census
Roll T624_1269, p 12A, Enumeration District 0185, FHL microfilm 1375282
Cimarron, Payne, Oklahoma, 6 May 1910
McPhail, Charles, head, 45, m1. 4y, farmer, home farm, b. IL, father b. IL, mother b. IL, home owned on mortgage
McPhail, Geneva, wife, 35, m2. 4y, 4 ch, 3 living, farmer, b. IL, father b. IL, mother b. IL
McPhail, Emma P, dau, 1/12, b. OK, father b. IL, mother b. IL
Sackett, James W, boarder, 63, single, farm laborer, working out, b. IL, father b. US, mother b. US.
- 1920 United States Federal Census
Roll T625_1482, p 9A, Enumeration District 170
Cimarron, Payne, Oklahoma, 27 Jan 1920
McPhale, Charles, head, 53, farm, general farm, b. IL, father b. IL, mother b. IL
McPhale, Jeneva, wife, 44, b. IL, father b. IL, mother b. IL.
- 1930 United States Federal Census
Page 1A, Enumeration District 0002, FHL microfilm 2341659
Cimarron, Payne, Oklahoma, 2 Apr 1930
McPhail, Charles, head, 64, m. at 40, b. IL, father b. IL, mother b. IL, home owned
McPhail, Geneva, wife, 55, m. at 16, b. IL, father b. IL, mother b. IL.
|Sackett line||8th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet|
|Charts||Line 3a (American) (#1)|
Line 3a (American) (#2)
|Last Edited||8 Feb 2021|