In the 1900 US Federal Census for Township 22, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, 39-year-old Tennessee-born physician George and his 34-year-old Arkansas-born wife Cynthia A [McCaslin] Brewer have been married 14-years and have had nine children, but only six are living. These six Indian Territory-born children are 10-year-old Wynema, 9-year-old Toven [sic], 7-year-old John W, 5-year-old George, 2-year-old Oscar and one-year-old Sampson [sic]. Also in this household is a 24-year-old Indiana-born boarder and teamster Elmer Campbell, and Cynthia's father, 66-year-old Indiana-born farmer and widower, John W McCaslin. The family is living on a rented farm. Wynema, Toven and John have attended school three months of the past year. Everyone except George, Oscar and Sampson can read, write and speak English. George's parents were born in North Carolina, Cythia's father in Indiana and her mother in Kansas, the children's father in Tennessee and their mother in Arkansas, Elmer's father in Ohio and his mother in Indiana, and John McCaslin' parents were born in Indiana. In the 1915 US Federal Census for Sullivan, Grant, Kansas, 29-year-old Illinois-born farmer Fred E Eidson is farming rented land. He and his 25-year-old Missouri-born [sic] wife W M [Wynema Brewer] have in their household their children 4-year-old Kansas-born Marshall B and 2-year-old New Mexico-born Thom [sic] E.