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Charles William STROUP
Clara Bell PHILLIPS
Husband:  Charles William STROUP
Birth:  Dec 1865, KS or MO
Death:  11 Jun 1941, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK
Disposition:  buried Wood Lawn Cemetery, Claremore, Rogers Co., OK
Occupation:  farmer
Race:  White
Parents:  born in KS? MO? IN?
Marriage:  17 Sep 1884, Jasper Co., MO
Wife: Clara Bell PHILLIPS
Birth:  16 Oct 1868, KS
Death:  10 Jun 1951, Odessa, Ector Co., TX
Disposition:  buried Wood Lawn Cemetery, Claremore, Rogers Co., OK
Race:  3/4 or 1/16 [sources differ] Cherokee
Father said to be:  Leroy / Lee Roy PHILLIPS
Mother said to be:  Celestia __?__
Children [3/8 or 1/32 Cherokee]:
born in Missouri, possibly in Galena Twp., Jasper Co., MO:
1.  Roy E. STROUP, b. Sep 1885
2.  Earl R. STROUP, b. 12 May 1888; d. 1953, Claremore, Rogers Co., OK

born in Indian Territory [now Inola, Rogers Co., OK]:
3.  Pearl L. STROUP, b. 8 Mar 1891; d. 1952
4.  Jessie Mabel STROUP, b. Jan 1893; d. 28 Sep 1961, Claremore, Rogers Co., OK
5.  Ruby STROUP, b. 31 Aug 1897; d. Jul 1975, Crescent, OK
6.  Nellie / Willie / Billie STROUP, b. 13 Jul 1899; m. Mr. HARLON
7.  Johnnie / Louie STROUP, b. 11 Jun 1902
8.  Freddie B. STROUP, b. 13 Mar 1905
9.  Hazel STROUP, b. 8 May 1909

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas

Sources:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
Charles W. STROUP
Spouse: Clara B. PHILLIPS
Marriage: 17 Sep 1884, Jasper, Missouri
Source: Marriage Records, 1841-1916. Jasper County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds.

2.  1890 Census:  the 1890 Census Population Schedules were destroyed.

3.  1900 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #5 of 10):  T20N.R16E, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory [now OK], Roll 1844 (Book 2), p. 16A, SN 16, SD 73, ED 23, enumerated 1-2 Jun 1900, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1900 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen; except Column 29, which just repeats the names):¤
1900:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 38
2 2 Straup Charles W Head W M Dec 1865 34 M 14     Kansas Kansas Kansas Farmer 0   Y Y Y O F F 2 White White White        
    ______ Clara B Wife W F Oct 1868 31 M 14 6 6 Kansas Penn Indian Terr       Y Y Y         Cherokee White Cherokee 3/4 N N Fixed
    ______ Roy E Son W M Sep 1885 14 S       Missouri Kansas Kansas Farm Laborer 0 3 Y Y Y         Cherokee White Cherokee 4/5 N N Fixed
    ______ Earl R Son W M May 1888 12 S       Missouri Kansas Kansas Farm Laborer 0 3 Y Y Y         Cherokee White Cherokee 4/5 N N Fixed
    ______ Pearl L Dau W F Mar 1891  9 S       Indian Terr Kansas Kansas     0 N N Y         Cherokee White Cherokee 4/5 N N Fixed
    ______ Jessie Dau W F Jan 1893  7 S       Indian Terr Kansas Kansas     0               Cherokee White Cherokee 4/5 N N Fixed
    ______ Ruby Dau W F Aug 1897  3 S       Indian Terr Kansas Kansas     0               Cherokee White Cherokee 4/5 N N Fixed
    ______ Nellie Dau W F Jul 1899 10/12 S       Indian Terr Kansas Kansas                     Cherokee White Cherokee 4/5 N N Fixed
It's possible Charles was born in Kansas, but it's extremely unlikely that his parents were.  Where did the enumerator get "4/5"?  If the mother is 3/4, the children are 3/8.  But see next source, which, given our math-impaired enumerator here, is more likely correct.

4.  1910 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com, Image #29 of 38):  Inola Town, Township 5, Rogers Co., OK, Roll 1273 (Book 2), p. 178A, SN 15A, SD 2, ED 175, enumerated 15 Apr 1910, official enumeration date 15 Apr 1910 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1910:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 28
3 3 Stroup C W Head M W 45 M1 25 9 9 KS IN IN Eng Propitor livery barn OA Y Y   R H
    ______ Clara B Wife F Ind 40 M1 25 9 9 KS PA OK Eng None     Y Y      
    ______ Roy Son M Ind 25 S       MO KS KS Eng Labor Odd Job W Y Y      
    ______ E R Son M Ind 21 S       MO KS KS Eng driver livery   Y Y      
    ______ T? Pearl Dau F Ind 19 S       OK KS KS Eng None     Y Y N    
    ______ Jessie M Dau F Ind 16 S       OK KS KS Eng None     Y Y N    
    ______ Ruby Dau F Ind 13 S       OK KS KS Eng None     Y Y Y    
    ______ William?/Millison? Dau F Ind 11 S       OK KS KS Eng None     Y Y Y    
This page image was blurry and very hard to read, so my extraction may not be totally accurate, but it's probably close.  This was a special Indian Population schedule including additional columns, but it is so hard to read I gave up.  Basically the rest of the schedule shows that Charles and his parents are White, while Clara has a White father and (part) Cherokee mother.  Clara's racial mix is given as 1/16 Indian and 15/16 White, while her children's mix is given as 1/32 Indian and 31/32 White.  In other words, one of Clara's sixteen GG-grandparents was a Cherokee.

5.  1920 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  can't find, and I really searched.  I did a page-by-page search of Inola Town/Township and of Econtuchka Twp.

6.  1930 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #30 of 60):  Seminole City (Ward 4), Econtuchka Twp., Seminole Co., OK, Roll 1931 (Book 1), p. 112B, SN 15B, ED 67-29, SD 10, enumerated 12 Apr 1930, official enumeration date 1 Apr 1930 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1930:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 28 30
532 389 391 Strup, Charles W Head O 260000 R N M W 66 M 20 N Y MO MO MO Y ???? driver oil company W Y N
      _____, Clara B Wife         F W 63 M 17 N Y KS KS KS Y None        
      _____, Earle Son         M W 42 S   N Y MO MO KS Y Watchman Drilling Co W Y N
      Harlon, Billie Dau         F W 29 D   N Y OK MO KS Y None        

7.  Anon.  28 May 1910.  "Holds Two for Murder." The Evening News, Ada, Oklahoma (online at Ancestry.com), p. 2:


HOLDS TWO FOR MURDER.


Are Accused of the Murder of Roy Crutchfield, a Farmer.

Claremore, Ok., May 26. Judge E. J. Humphrey has rendered his decision in the Crutchfield murder case.  Earl Stroup and Charles Olmstead were held and will be tried in the district court on the charge of murder.  Roy and Jessie Stroup, who were held for investigation, were discharged.

Roy Crutchfield, a farmer living near Inola, was held up, robbed of $100 and killed while returning home late at night.

7.  Messages in the Stroup Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

8.  Messages in the Phillips Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

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