In the 1900 US Federal Census for Woodville, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, age unknown, Missouri-born [sic] Henry [William Henry] and his 36-year-old Arkansas-born wife Jennie [sic] [Virginia Lynch] McCaslin have been married 19 years and have had nine children, five are living. These five Indian Territory-born children are 17-year-old James W, 14-year-old Mary, 13-year-old Bell, 8-year-old Robert and 5-year-old Bennie. The family is living in a house that Henry owns. Henry is a stone mason. He can read, but not write English. Jennie is illiterate as is their oldest son James. Mary is literate. Henry, Jennie, James and Mary are recorded as being able to speak English. The place of birth of Henry's parents is unknown, Jennie's father was born in Virginia and her mother in Kentucky and the children's father was born in Missouri [sic] and their mother in Arkansas.s3846 Thirty-six-year-old widower Charles Eutin of Madison, Lake, South Dakota married 24-year-old widow Mary Shoemaker of Olasta, Oklahoma on in Madison, Lake, South Dakota on 31 Mar 1909. Justice of the Peace A.W. Sponholz performed the ceremony. In the 1910 US Federal Census for Franklin, Lake, South Dakota, 36-year-old Illinois-born farmer Charles and his 25-year-old Texas-born wife Mary [McCaslin Shoemaker] Eutin have been married one year. Mary has born two children. Both are living with them, 6-year-old Oklahoma-born James and 4-year-old Texas-born Ree [Royce] Shoemacher as is Charles' daughter by his previous marriage, 9-year-old Minnesota-born Mable Eutin, Also living with the Eutins is Mary's 19-year-old Texas-born brother, Robert McCaslin who is working as their hired man. All the adults are literate and speak English. Mary and James have attended school in the past year. Charles is farming rented land. Charles' parents were born in Germany; Mary and Robert's father was born in Texas [sic] and their mother in Oklahoma [sic]; Mable's father was born in Illinois and her mother in Texas. James and Royce's father was born in Sweden and their mother in Texas.