Bear with me on this!
I can provide you with (suspected) facts over time but I can not identify with assurance the biological parents of Mary McEndree Warner and my gg gm Caroline Castline Philips Johnson. The lady that you identify Sarah A. Philips Ford apparently is the dau of Peter Philips.
Please note this group of Philips families
1850 USFedCen Iowa, Lucas(Co.), Dist 12, pg6of12
Daniel Phillips 35<1815> mw IN Lbr
Catharine Phillips 32<1818> fw IN
Benjamine Castline 12<1838> mw IA
Elizabeth Castline 10<1840> fw IA
Mary Castline 8<1842> fw IA +++++++++++++
Caroline Castline 6<1844> fw IA +++++++++++
George Castline 4<1846> mw IA
James Phillips 15<1835> fw IN
Miles Vanmeter 30<1820> mw KY Fmr
Nancy Vanmeter 29<1821> fw In
Alexander Vanmeter 6<1844> mw IL
Hannah Vanmeter 5<1845> fw IL
Lewis Vanmeter 1<1849> mw IA
Eli Phillips 28<1822> mw IN
Margaret Phillips 18<1832> fw IL
Sarah Phillips 16<1834> fw IN ++++++++++++++
Daniel Phillips 14<1836> mw IN
Nancy Phillips 12<1838>fw IN
Peter Phillips 44<1806> mw KY
Jacob Phillips 31<1819>mw 300 IN
Margaret Phillips 27<1823> fw IL
Lewis Phillips 7<1843> mw IL
Daniel Phillips 6<1844>mw IL
Betsey Phillips 4<1846> fw IL
James Phillips 8/12<1850>mw IA
John C. Watson 40<1810>mw 300 VA
Lydia Watson 39<1811> fw KY
Sarah Watson 16<1834> fw IN
George Watson 15<1835> mw IN
James Watson 12 <1838> mw IN
Jane Watson 10 <1840> fw IN
Richard Watson 8<1842>mw IN
Charles Watson 6<1844>mw IN
Of interest, two marriages that I have recorded from IL
Jasper Co.,IL Miles Vanmeter m. Nancy Philips21Nov1842
Crawford Co, Margaret Martin m. Jacob Phillips11Aug1842
Also, of interest, in later census, the Castline children are shown as born IL and take the Philips surname.
I believe adult members in each family group shown here are siblings including Lydia Watson and are the children of Lewis Phillips and Hannah Funk who married in KY, 1803.
Within the next few years before the next Iowa state census, the family groups above are very different because of epidemic that ravaged the area. There were so many adults and children that lost their lives before the 1854 Iowa State Census it is painful.
Over time the family groups leave Iowa for Kansas and then some groups travel on to Washington state.
I will cover the 1860 USFedCen in another post later today.
Thanks for posting all your information, Marsha!
I certainly appreciate any news of the McEndree families you search, anything that adds to our family knowledge is a blessing----because none of us living now, know the whole story!
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