Lot 79N(PHILLIPS)
   
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Military Civil War – CSA - Co F 3rd MO Cav
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WYATT MOSBEY PHILLIPS
(Mar 28, 1846 - Sept 15 1919)
 
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Prior to this century, this grave had only a brass marker placed by the Association in the 1930s.  The name on the marker was PHILLIPS. Using the Association archives and the OK vital statistics office more details were learned about the grave.  A new marker with the proper information was placed by the Association in 2009. 
 
 
Obituary
WYATT MOSBEY PHILLIPS  (28 Mar 1846 - 15 Sep 1919)
 

Originally little was known about the person in this unmarked grave except that the name was Wyatt Phillips and he was the great-uncle of a man named John Boyd. The death certificate was provided to OHCA in 2007 which provided the full name, dates and the names of his parents.

 

John Boyd was married to Wanda Rosecrans. Wyatt is living with John Boyd's father in 1910 (John C. Boyd - husband of Anna J. Phillips - Anna's father was William Phillips brother of Wyatt) The Boyds were neighbors to the Crookhams and Meekers.

 

Wyatt Phillips served in the Civil War – CSA - Co F 3rd MO Cav.  The 3rd Cavalry Regiment was organized during the summer of 1862 with men from Springfield and Newtonia, and Polk County. Many of its members had seen prior service in the Missouri State Guard. It served in Shelby's, C. Green's, and J.B. Clark's Brigade, Trans-Mississippi Department. The unit fought in Marmaduke's Expedition into Missouri, participated in numerous conflicts in Arkansas, and with Marmaduke, 9 at Helena, and 4 at Bayou Fourche. The regiment lost 2 killed and 5 wounded at Poison Spring, 6 killed and 31 wounded at Jenkin Ferry, and 19 killed and 110 wounded during Price's Expedition. In the spring of 1865 it disbanded. The field officers were Colonel Colton Green, Lieutenant Colonels L.A. Campbell and L.C. Campbell, and Major James Surridge.

 
Wyatt and Cravens Phillips ca. 1915
 
 
Currently some information about the PHILLIPS family is on ancestry.com.
Genealogy:

Ancestors of Wyatt Mosbey Phillips

 
Generation No. 1

 

1. Wyatt Mosbey Phillips1,2,3,4,5,6,7, born 28 Mar 1846 in Campbell Co, VA; died 15 Sep 1919 in Spring Creek Twp, Oklahoma Co, OK8. He was the son of 2. John Buckley Phillips and 3. Elizabeth Anna Arthur.

Notes for Wyatt Mosbey Phillips:
Census 1900 - widowed - Listed with niece Jennie L (b. Aug 1885 - VA ) and nephew Cravens C (b. Jan 1886 - MO)
Census 1910 - widowed - Listed with niece Annie Phillips Boyd and her husband John
Mother and Father born VA
Great uncle of John Boyd
Neighbors to Crookhams and Meekers.
Burial: 17 Sep 1919, Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [79N]
More About Wyatt Mosbey Phillips:
Wyatt Phillips served in the Civil War – CSA - Co F 3rd MO Cav. The 3rd Cavalry Regiment was organized during the summer of 1862 with men from Springfield and Newtonia, and Polk County. Many of its members had seen prior service in the Missouri State Guard. It served in Shelby's, C. Green's, and J.B. Clark's Brigade, Trans-Mississippi Department. The unit fought in Marmaduke's Expedition into Missouri, participated in numerous conflicts in Arkansas, and with Marmaduke, 9 at Helena, and 4 at Bayou Fourche. The regiment lost 2 killed and 5 wounded at Poison Spring, 6 killed and 31 wounded at Jenkin Ferry, and 19 killed and 110 wounded during Price's Expedition. In the spring of 1865 it disbanded. The field officers were Colonel Colton Green, Lieutenant Colonels L.A. Campbell and L.C. Campbell, and Major James Surridge.
 
Generation No. 2

 

2. John Buckley Phillips9,10,11,12, born 1815 in VA; died Bet. 1880 - 1900 in Campbell Co, VA. He married 3. Elizabeth Anna Arthur 12 Dec 1842 in Campbell Co, VA13.

3. Elizabeth Anna Arthur14,15,16,17, born 1821 in VA; died Bet. 1880 - 1900 in Campbell Co, VA.

 

Children of John Phillips and Elizabeth Arthur are:

  1. Mildred J. Phillips18,19,20, born 1843 in Campbell Co, VA; died Bet. 1880 - 1933.
  2. William M. Phillips21,22,23,24,25, born 19 Jun 1845 in Campbell Co, VA; died 15 Jun 1921 in McDonald Co, MO26; married (1) Frances Collins Bef. 1877; born 1854 in MO; died Bet. 1880 - 1895 in MO; married (2) Anna Barrett 1895 in MO; born 23 Oct 1872 in Jasper Co, MO; died 23 May 1929 in Jasper Co, MO26.
    Notes for William M. Phillips:
    Mrs. George Mahan (his daughter Ola Mae) is the informant on the death certificate
    Burial: Indian Springs Cemetery, McDonald Co, MO
  3. Wyatt Mosbey Phillips, born 28 Mar 1846 in Campbell Co, VA; died 15 Sep 1919 in Spring Creek Twp, Oklahoma Co, OK.
  4. John W. Phillips27,28,29,30,31, born Sep 1849 in Campbell Co, VA; died Bet. 1900 - 1910 in VA.
    Notes for John W. Phillips:
    married Elizabeth Pines
  5. James R. Phillips32,33,34,35,36, born Jul 1852 in Campbell Co, VA; died Bet. 1920 - 1930 in Campbell Co, VA.
    Notes for James R. Phillips:
    never married
  6. Lewis Whitfield Phillips37,38,39,40,41,42,43, born Sep 1853 in Campbell Co, VA; died Bet. 1930 - 1943 in VA; married Marguerite Jannett Pribble 27 Feb 1883 in Rustburg, Campbell Co, VA44; born Feb 1860 in VA; died Bet. 1930 - 1950 in VA.
    Notes for Marguerite Jannett Pribble:
    1910 Census - 9 children born - 8 still living

 

 

SOURCES

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  • 1. Census 1850 - VA - Not Stated, Campbell Co; p.162; ROLL: M432_938.
  • 2. Census 1860 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.502; ROLL: M653_1338.
  • 3. Census 1870 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.181; ROLL: M593_1638.
  • 4. Census 1880 - VA - Otter River, Campbell Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_1358; ED: 43.
  • 5. Census 1900 - MO - Erie, McDonald Co; p.5B; ROLL: T623_872; ED: 91.
  • 6. Census 1910 - OK - Cleveland Twp, Cimarron Co; p.281B; ROLL: T624_1247; ED: 104.
  • 7. Olive Hill Cemetery Archives.
  • 8. Death Certificate.
  • 9. Census 1850 - VA - Not Stated, Campbell Co; p.162; ROLL: M432_938.
  • 10. Census 1860 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.502; ROLL: M653_1338.
  • 11. Census 1870 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.181; ROLL: M593_1638.
  • 12. Census 1880 - VA - Rustburgh, Campbell Co; p.163; ROLL: T9_1358; ED: 46.
  • 13. LDS FamilySearch International Genealogical Index, "Electronic."
  • 14. Census 1850 - VA - Not Stated, Campbell Co; p.162; ROLL: M432_938.
  • 15. Census 1860 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.502; ROLL: M653_1338.
  • 16. Census 1870 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.181; ROLL: M593_1638.
  • 17. Census 1880 - VA - Rustburgh, Campbell Co; p.163; ROLL: T9_1358; ED: 46.
  • 18. Census 1850 - VA - Not Stated, Campbell Co; p.162; ROLL: M432_938.
  • 19. Census 1860 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.502; ROLL: M653_1338.
  • 20. Census 1870 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.181; ROLL: M593_1638.
  • 21. Census 1850 - VA - Not Stated, Campbell Co; p.162; ROLL: M432_938.
  • 22. Census 1860 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.502; ROLL: M653_1338.
  • 23. Census 1880 - MO - Walnut, Bates Co; p.48; ROLL: T9_673; ED: 148.
  • 24. Census 1900 - MO - Bridges, Ozark Co; p.3A; ROLL: T623_880; ED: 92.
  • 25. Census 1910 - MO - Bridges Twp, Ozark Co; p.217B; ROLL: T624_804; ED: 134.
  • 26. Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1956, "Electronic."
  • 27. Census 1850 - VA - Not Stated, Campbell Co; p.162; ROLL: M432_938.
  • 28. Census 1860 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.502; ROLL: M653_1338.
  • 29. Census 1870 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.181; ROLL: M593_1638.
  • 30. Census 1880 - VA - Seneca, Campbell Co; p.191A; ROLL: T9_1358; ED: 47.
  • 31. Census 1900 - VA - Seneca, Campbell Co; p.11B; ROLL: T623_1703; ED: 28.
  • 32. Census 1860 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.502; ROLL: M653_1338.
  • 33. Census 1880 - VA - Otter River, Campbell Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_1358; ED: 43.
  • 34. Census 1900 - VA - Rustburg, Campbell Co; p.4A; ROLL: T623_1703; ED: 25.
  • 35. Census 1910 - VA - Rustburg, Campbell Co; p.4A; ROLL: T624_1624; ED: 26.
  • 36. Census 1920 - VA - Rustburg, Campbell Co; p.3B; ROLL: T625_1884; ED: 82.
  • 37. Census 1860 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.502; ROLL: M653_1338.
  • 38. Census 1870 - VA - Western District, Campbell Co; p.181; ROLL: M593_1638.
  • 39. Census 1880 - VA - Otter River, Campbell Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_1358; ED: 43.
  • 40. Census 1900 - VA - Otter, Bedford Co; p.18A; ROLL: T623_1701; ED: 14.
  • 41. Census 1910 - VA - Otter, Bedford Co; p.15B; ROLL: T624_1622; ED: 14.
  • 42. Census 1920 - VA - Otter, Bedford Co; p.8B; ROLL: T625_1881; ED: 63.
  • 43. Census 1930 - VA - Otter, Bedford Co; p.2B; ROLL: 2436; ED: 15.
  • 44. LDS FamilySearch International Genealogical Index, "Electronic."
 
Genealogy last updated: Monday, October 15, 2018
 
OHC Relations
 
According to the Association archives Wyatt Phillips was a great-uncle to John Boyd.
John Boyd was married to Wanda Rosecrans.
  Wanda Rosecrans was the granddaughter of Lewis and Lucy Smith Rosecrans who are buried at Olive Hill.
    Wanda Rosecrans was the great-granddaughter of Almina Smith who is buried at Olive Hill.
      Wanda Rosecrans was the 1st cousin of Lola Nicholson Bailey, wife of Fred who was the grandson of Olive Hand Bailey.
 
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Cemetery Location
  10501 North Rockwell Avenue
  Oklahoma City, OK
Business Address
  Olive Hill Cemetery Association
  P. O. Box 381700
  Duncanville TX  75138-1700
  Oklahoma City, OK
  (405) 463-9047
  olivhill@flash.net
Annual Meeting
  Olive Hill Cemetery Association
  Memorial Day
  10AM at the cemetery