Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Harps, Civil War Issues

INT 1790 (1790/1899) , Granville Co., North Carolina
INT 1870 (1870/1880 Civil War Vet.)
, Madison Co., Arkansas
, Madison Co., Arkansas
, , Tennessee
Husband's father
Philip HARP (?)
Husband's mother
Sarah "Sally" VAUGHAN
, , Tennessee
<, , Arkansas>
Wife's father
Wife's mother
List each child in order of birth.
Hardy HARP
Abt 1821
Warren, Washington Co., Tennessee
Absalom "Apse" HARP
, Warren Co., Tennessee
3 Jul 1896
, , Kansas
25 Jul 1841
Fayette ville, Washington, AR
Tolbert,Talbert HARP
INT 1823 (1823-27)
Warren, Washington Co., Tennessee
INT 1894 (12 Oct 1894 (Civil War Vet.))
Keels Creek, Carroll Co., Arkansas
Williams Cemetery Carroll Co., Arkansas
Martha CLARK
Abt 1843
Washington Co., Arkansas
16 Feb 1894
, , Tennessee
Louis, Lewis Thomas HARP Sr
28 Dec 1826
, Warren Co., Tennessee
24 Jun 1887
Barry ville, Carroll, Arkansas
Rockhouse Cemetery, Madison Co., Arkansas
Nancy Marie Vaughan STONE
2/17 Mar 1845
Brush Creek, Washington Co., Arkansas
James HARP
28 Apr 1828
, Warren Co., Tennessee
INT 1881 (29 Nov 1881 (Civil War Vet.))
Indian Valley, Washington Co., Idaho
Prob. Winkler Cemetery, Council, , Idaho
Sarah or Sally CLARK
1 Apr 1846
, Washington Co., Arkansas
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List each child in order of birth.
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William HARP Sr
13 Apr 1830
Warren, Washington, Arkansas
15 Aug 1862
Near Springfield, Greene, Missouri
Rockhouse Cemetery, Arkansas
15 Feb 1852
, Greene, Missouri
Carter HARP
<, , Washington Co., Arkansas>
Lucinda Louise (Lurinda) 'Rin' HARP
13 Feb 1834/1838
Warren, Washington, Arkansas
10 Mar 1914
, Carroll Co., Arkansas
Eureka Springs City Cemetery I00F
Thomas CLARK
, Washington Co., Arkansas
Arrena Arena Irene Anna HARP (different names she went by on records in family) and on census record Arvena i.e.
, Washington Co, Arkansas
Washington Co., Arkansas
<, Washington Co., Arkansas>
Researcher, collocating John Harp's birth date 1820 to abt. 21 years of age when married.
John of Fayette Co ., Kentucky-Bourbon Co. Ky ?
1830-40 c Wash. Co. censuses lists ten children.
1. AFN:NS1R-JC,From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. Dates in these church files range from 1790,
1800 and/or 1799?
My KIN FOLKS, by Thomas Young Harp, "John Harp is 60 in 1850, born N.C. married to Lucy, and their from Brush
Creek Washington.
Researcher read the 1880 census of Ark. the N.C. may be b. a Mo.?
2. Book, Carroll Co., Families: THESE WERE THE FIRST, Carroll Co., Arkansas 1991 compiled by Jim Lair. Fam. Hist. Lib. S.L. City, Utah 84150.
He left N.C. then into TN. This book says they moved into Northwest Arkansas around 1829, in that they were
enumerated on the Federal census of 1830 for Washington Co., AR. It also says he was born circa 1800. This would
make him the first born child?
3. Later, the family moved into what became Madison Co., AR.
Godspeed’s History of Northwest Madison Co., AR. (1889)
See: BYU Madison Co., AR Cemeteries 976.715 V3 cr V. 2 FHL.
They were farmers. The Harp family had long called the Am. Civil war a "War of Rebellion."
When the American Civil War began-the Harp family moved into the state of
Illinois for a time, then back to Barry Co., Mo., and finally back into Northwest AR when the War ended.
Back to Winona Twp Carroll Co., Arkansas Prairie Twp 1869-1870 (1830 census page 10 line 7) On the 1840 census
eleven in the family.
4. "Madison Co., AR Population Schedule of the United States Census of 1860. # 103 by
Ruby Wiedeman. BYU FH Lib. S.L. City Utah.
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It says he is 60 years old (1790) California twp. from NC, his wife is 55 (1795) Lucy born in TN and a girl Anna who is
20 born in AR. These Harp's on this pge is in the California twp.
5. Notes: Genealogy Book pge 28, From Our Readers, "John m. Lucy -- (could be Lucretia Copps?) John Harp m
Lucretia Copps, 27 Sep 1787, Wm. Copps, Bonds, Franklin Co., NC.
John Harp m. Mary Lewis, 3 Jun 1778, Ben'j. Cash, bondsman, Granville Co., NC.
6. 1850 census, Brushcreek twp.,Washington Co.,Arkansas say he is 60 which would make him born in (1790) NC. In
ten years they didn't age.
7. Service Record say he was 39 in June 1862 when he enrolled FIRST ARKANSAS UNION CAVALRY-SERVICE
RECORDS. (6 Nov 1962 Madison Co.,Arkansas pvt)
John Harp age 71 in 1870 (1799) census b. in N. Carolina lives in James and Arena's home. He has real estate value
500.00 personal property 400.00 (1870 c. Madison Co.,Arkansas California Twp.) 1880 C. (Same as above twp)
8. Harp Book 1790 Wake Co., N. Carolina -check out (not Granville Co.,N.C.)
Note;could Polly be in this family if John was b 1899 yes and Polly b 1790
1. AFN:NS1R-JC, From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. This says she was born ? Eight
Researcher Pat Sherman:
2. Book "Carroll Co., Families: These Were The First, Carroll Co., AR 1991. By Jim Lair. 976.717 D3L
3. See Fed. Census 1830 Washington Co., AR.
4. California twp.,Madison Co., AR Population Schedule of the United States Census of 1860. # 103 by Ruby
Wiedeman. BYU Lib. Shows her with the last child Anna who was not in with the other children. Anna is 20 at the
time of this census, and Lucy is 55 from TN.
(some may have known Lucy name as Horn or Ham?)-Tom T Y Harp
5.Brushcreek twp., AR 1850 census says they have the same ages as recorded in the year 1860? John is 60 NC
(1790) and Lucy 55 TN (1795).
6. John Harp Fayette Co.,Kentucky Marr 3 Mar 1831 to Lucy Jane Wallace Bourbon Co., Kentucky. Note to do
research in these areas. (Material that Evelyn Johnson gave me "under Marriages")? unless she is a second marr.
the birth dates of the children don't correspond with the marr. date.
Hardy HARP
1. From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
(some researchers say he was b. in 1829 AR.)
2. 1850 census disagrees...(age 29 TN) Brushcreek twp AR. no.32
It is the same person and the temple work has been done twice.
Absalom "Apse" HARP
Researcher's notes:
1. From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. This file says he was b. 1831.
Note: reported to have been born in KS. He died there?
2. Researcher :1850 Census Brushcreek twp., Arkansas born 1824 TN. This is Lewis Sr. Harps brother who is a direct line to myself

3. 1860 census, Berry Co.Missouri #1209-1180, also Barry Co.,Missouri in the 1860 census #1196-1170, Joseph is
31 here. (?) no Joseph in intermediate family.
In a "copy" of the 1860 census Flat Creek P.O. Mountain Twp 1206-1180 said he was 38 years of age (1822),if it
was read correctly, he was under A. Harp and Nancy J. and was recognized because of the children's names.
4." Absolom Harp enlisted in the union Army, Civil War, 6 of June 1861, in Co Stone County, Missouri Home Guards.
He was discharged 15 Nov 1862. He filed application for invalid pension from Woodson, Kansas. Application # 857
and received pension on certificate #715 631. Nancy Harp applied for pension after his death, 26 Sept 1896 from
Toronto, Woodson Co., Kansas."
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Tolbert,Talbert HARP
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. This source say he was
born 1825/1827?
1.1850 census says born in 1825.
2. Thomas Young Harp said he was born 1820?
3. 1860 census, Madison Co., Ar. says he is 40 (1820)
4. They are in the 1880 c prairie twp p. 260-62, film no. 1,254,040, listing two children and wife. "Tolbert Harp,57,
(1823) born in Tn, father born in Ala and mother. He worked in a sawmill. Martha his wife is 52,(1828) born TN and
father and mother from Ala. Jeramire (sic) is 32, he works on the farm, born in AR.,father and mother from TN.
James is 25, works in the sawmill, born in AR, mother and father from TN."
5. 1850 census Brushcreek twp. no.25 Arkansas says he is 25 (1825)Tn.
6. "Tolbert Harp enlisted in the army, Civil War, in Co A 1st Arkansas Cav & Co F 1st Arkansas Cav. Enlisted in 8
Aug. 1862. Discharged 23 Aug 1865.
He applied for an invalid pension 18 Jun 1884 from Arkansas;App. #515 788; cert. # 505 820.
Tolbert Harp had been captured by rebel forces in the Boston mountains in Arkansas on the 22 Mar 1863 and
marched to Ozark, Arkansas where he was put in jail, but later released prior to his capture. He had been visiting
friends in Flat Creek, Mo.
His widow Mary applied 3 May 1894; app #614 085, from Arkansas.
Tolbert Said he had been captured by rebel forces in Boston Mountains of Arkansas on 22 Mar 1863 and was march
to Ozark, Arkansas where he was put in jail and later released. Prior to his capture he had been visiting friends in
Flat Cree, Missouri (Barry Co., Mo.)"
"In 1884 T. Harp was residing in Clifty, Arkansas. On 22 July 1890 Tolbert was in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. No
record of his children are in this file"
He's a farmer.
7. Evelyn Johnson, one family genealogist, says he was born 1827 and d on Keels Creek farm Carroll Co., Arkansas 12 Oct 1894 buried
Williams Cemetery Carroll Co., Arkansas Cemetery on Williams Creek which empties into Keels Creek.
8. Descendants of William and Charlotte Harrison Harp-Book "Cemetery records of Old Williams Cemetery Carroll Co.
Arkansas has Tolbert Harp b. 1827-1900.
"Tolbert and Martha Harp had land patents for 1,000 acres of land in Carroll Co., Arkansas, which was divided among (?)...
four children: Jemima Worley, Jeremiah Harp, Lewis Harp, who died in Idaho and James Harp (father of Emma
...- Louis, Lewis Thomas HARP Sr.
1. Some family researchers list his name as "Thomas Lewis Harp?" or Louis
And have two Mery-Mary's. One the Mary's are wrong. I did them as one Mary because it was very unlikely that the two was b. and died on the same date. However she could have married twice, and another re searcher's way of recording two marriages? This needs more research.
2. "Rockhouse Cemetery" Madison Co., AR read by Agnes Harp pge 41.
She lists two Mary harp, one M. H. but one born and died on the same date? Twin?
3. Also from Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
4. Source: Civil War, (Corp Lewis Harp) Co. E. 1 Ark. Cav. Union. pg.41. Book by Thomas Young Harp, "My Kinfolks".
Co. B,E age 39, Enrolled: 8 Aug 1862 Madison Co.,Arkansas. Birthplace Warren Co.,TN.
Army Cpl Co. E 1st Arkansas Cavalry,Private 60 E 1st regt. Arkansas calv. Vols 210 or 110 4440794.
Occupation: farmer ... Sportsman
Reside: Winona Springs Community Carroll Co. Arkansas 1
1860 census # 64 California Twp Madison Co., Arkansas.
1900 census #50-53 Carroll Co., Arkansas Winona Twp says he was born in Arkansas.
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Louis, Lewis Thomas HARP Sr
5. The family are on the 1850 census in Arkansas with two children.
Nancy and Mary, in book with a ref. of Mrs. W. B. Harp 2551 N. Holly drive Tracy, Calif 9537
Book 976.717 D3L Carroll County Families: These Were The First, Carroll Co., AR. edited by Jim Lair. There are photos and data of the Harp line in this book. Submitted by Evelyn Johnson. (pg 266)
Had Chronic Diarrhea (flnx?) died of it during the war.
1880 Census (1,254,040 film No.) Prairie Twp-Carroll Co., AR pge 262 #7 on the 16 Jun 1880. This census lists "
Louis" is 54 (1826) a farmer born TN, Nancy wife, is 41 (1839)(?) a housekeeper, born in TN, Dalise M. is 23 (1857)
daughter, not employed, born in AR, Arrena, (my g.grandmother) is 20 (1860) born in AR, James is 17 (1863), son, who works on the farm, born in AR, and Lewis Jr.(Jr. is not behind the name) he is 16 (1864), works on the farm, born in AR. Malinda Stone is listed as a boarder. She is 67 (1813) and probably the Mother to Nancy born in TN.
Living next door #8,is William Harp (1853) and Mary (1846). They have three children James L who is five, George M who is 3 and Francis L who is 2.
Lewis Harp
b Kentucky
d Kings River, Arkansas by Lester Weaver?
Doing this line, too,is Virginia B Todd
71 River View Place, Parachute, Co 81635 sent to me by Madison Co., Genealogical and Historical Society P.O. Box
427 Huntsville, Ar.,72740
James HARP
1. From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. This file says he was born in ,,Arkansas.
2. Madison Co., Ark Population Schedule of the United States Census of 1860. S.L. City Utah, The Family History
Center book
says he is 32 TN (1828) and is a merchant.
If this is the family he was born in TN. Same wife on the page and two children 1850 census AR. (Born 1829?)
3. They left Northwest AR, Ozark Region, in Washington Co., by 1846, then for Idaho. Book, Carroll Co., Families:
THESE WERE THE FIRST, Carroll Co., Arkansas 1991 compiled by Jim Lair. Family. History. Lib. S.L. City, Utah 84150.
..."I learned at the Genealogy Library today you are working on a Carroll County book. I believe my relatives passed
through Carroll County. In haste- in case you are interested- I'll send what I have. As you probably know, records
are hard to come by. Many didn't write and court houses burned often.."Those words, penned by Orville D. Harp, of Gridley, California, well summarize the plight of today's genealogists. Yet, somehow, we find a way to put the stories
of the past together."...
..."James Harp was born 28 April 1828, in Warren County, Tennessee as a son of John and Lucy Harp. Exactly when the Harp family moved into the Northwest Arkansas Ozark Region is not known, but James Harp was in Washington County by 1846 because he was united in marriage with Sarah Clark there on 1 April, of that year, with Robert Garrett, a Justice of the Peace, performing their ceremony. Sarah had been born in Tennessee during 1832 and she was barely fourteen years of age at the time of her marriage. Eight children were born to the union of James and Sarah (Clark) Harp."...
James Harp enlisted in the Union Army 24 Jun 1862 at Cassville, Barry Co., MO. PVT/PVT Discharged 23 Aug
1865 "Sarah was know as Sally"
He served during the Civil War in Co. E 1st Arkansas Cav and Co. B 1st Arkansas Cav. He was injured in the Civil
War and crippled.
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James HARP
Sarah Harp, widow of James applied for a pension from Idaho 25 Feb 1891; application # 503 689 certificate # 328 822
MOVED TO IDAHO. (Evelyn Johnson)
California Twp PO Clifty Arkansas #5 #6 1870 census.
William HARP Sr
1.From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
2. Researcher read the 1850 c. Arkansas with three children on the page. It stated he was b. in 1830 not 1835. Place: Fayetteville, Washington,AR?
3. 1860 census index #102 William Harp 28-m, (1832) " Elen" 22-f,(1838) Aresa 5-f, Algeritta 4-f, Louisa 4-f, Lewis 2- (The census taker couldn't spell, which was usual considering the times)
m.,Sarah 1-f. California twp. pg. 8.
S.L. Historical Lib. Ut.
BYU Lib. pge 28, "William Harp b 1830, AR., m Ellen (Brownley)? ca 1850.
4. He died of measles, while in the Union Army, in the service of the U.S. Civil War. He was enlisted in Co B 1st
Arkansas Volunteers, Madison Co., Arkansas and mustered into the army at Springfield Mo.
5. Descendants of William and Charlotte Harp (book) says "he was born 1835
Tennessee. Private in Co. C 1st Ark Regt."
6. 1850 census Brushcreek twp Arkansas say he is 20 (1830) born not '32.
7. Ancestral file say he was born 1835 not '32.
8. Died of measles. May have died in Arkansas?
9. d. Sep. 30 1908 is wrong William but buried at Springfield Missouri Nat. Cemetery?
William Harp Sr. 10 Jul 1862
died at Flat Creek, Missouri 12 Aug 1862.
Carter HARP
Genealogist Evelyn Johnson, Berryville, Arkansas
Carter is not on the Washington Co.,Arkansas 1830 - 1840 census but 1 female 15-20 years in 1840 is? no name mentioned? b 1825-30 Washington Co.,Arkansas. If take 1831 Carter could be a female. like, a Ann Carter?
Lucinda Louise(Lurinda) 'Rin' HARP
63 !From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. (b. 1838)
1. Researcher,Pat Sherman read the 1850 c. Arkansas. with three children on the page.
David Vaughan lived next door on the 1850 c. and his wife too was named Lucinda (not sure of the exact spelling) He probably has connections to the Harp and Vaughan line.
2. See 1889, Prairie Twp. Carroll Co., list b 1837.
3. 1850 census Brushcreek twp AR, lists Lucinda in her father's family. She is 16 years old (1834)not '38.
4. Evelyn Johnson says her middle name is Louise?
5. "1860 c Madison Co., Ark. say her age is 22 (1838)"
Arrena Arena Irene Anna HARP
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. This record says Anna was married to James Henderson as well as Arena but does not have Anna there. Maybe she is the same person and went by Anna? I did add her on
because she was on the 1850 Census as Anna.
1. PTS read the 1850 c. Arkansas. with three children on the page.
2. See 1870 census she is 29. (1841?) read my Mattie Smith.
3. 1850 census Brushcreek twp., Madison Co.,AR no.27 she is 11 years old (1839)
4. Ancestral file says she was Arena Harp B 1840 not '39.
5. Parents born in Tennessee
Arena (Anna) Harp are the same,they say, but LDS records have Anna seperate but both marr. to James Henderson.
6. 1870 c Madison Co.,Ark. Calif. twp. #3 says she is 29 (1841)?
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Geneologist Evelyn Johnson, Berryville,Arkansas
Fed, Goverment 1860 Census, Madison County, Arkansas Population Schedule Of The U.S.A. Census Of 1860, Pub.
Austin Tx., And Read By, Ruby Wiedeman & Frances Wood, California Twp, Pge 8, No. 103, INT 1860 (1860 Census
(7 Dec 1965)), Genealogical Society, The Church Of Jesus, Christ Of Latter-day, Saints.
Magazine "Arkansas Travelers.
1870 Census Madison Co Arkansas California Twp Clifty PO #3.
1850 Census Washington,Madison Co.,Arkansas.
1860 Madison Co.,Arkansas California Twp Census #103.
Washington Co.,Arkansas Pop.Schedule Of The u.s. Census Of 1850.
Desendants Of William And Charlotte (Harrison) Harp.
Trans And Published Frances Woods, Washington Co., Arkansas Pop. Schedule Of The USA Census Of 1850,
Brushcreek No. 30, 1964, Family Hist. Center, Salt Lake City Utah, 976.714 x2p 1850
Brushcreek twp N0 30.
1850 Census # 25 Brushcreek, Arkansas.
Desentants Of William And Charlott (Harrison) Harp.
1850 Census Madison Co.,Arkansas Cedar Creek Twp #499.
1850 Census # 499 Cedar Creek, Arkansas.
Washington Co., Arkansas Pop. Schedule Of The US Census Of 1850.
Desendants Of William And Charlotte (Harrison) Harp.
First Arkansas Union Cavalry -Service Records, Pg 60, Family History Center, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Washington Co.,Arkansas Pop.Schedule Of The u.s. Census Of 1850, Brushcreek No. 30.
1870, 1880 Census Carroll Co Arkansas, Winona Twp. Farm On Kings River.
Frances Wood, Madison County, Arkansas Population Schedule Of The U.S. Census, Privately In Austin, Texas 1965, 8 no. 105, B.Y.U Family History Library, Provo, Utah, 84057.
Desendants Of William And Charlotte (Harrison) Harp.
Fed, Goverment 1860 Census, Madison County, Arkansas Population Schedule Of The U.S.A. Census Of 1860, Pg 8,
Desendants Of William And Charlotte (Harrison) Harp.
Fed, Goverment 1860 Census, Madison County, Arkansas Population Schedule Of The U.S.A. Census Of 1860, Pub.
Austin Tx., And Read By, Ruby Wiedeman & Frances Wood, 8, 1860, Utah Valley Family Hist. Center, Provo, Utah,
P 270 B #51/54 Ed 45 Sheet 3 (GS1240052) 2 lines.
1880 C Carroll Co.,Ark Prairie Twp Keels Creek.
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Monday, December 28, 2009

Arkansas Rockhouse Cemetery

Every person on this list of Rockhouse Cemetery in Arkansas is a relative to these lines. I have gone thought each name and most are cousins. In small town such cemetery records ARE VALUABLE and, this phantom exist, even today if we preserve them. Look for the complete list which is not on this page. Their's a book in genealogy library in Salt Lake that I like better.
Aday, John
b. 1861 d. 1931Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Allen, Nancy Elizabeth Houston
b. Feb. 3, 1862 d. Oct. 17, 1954Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Birkes, Charles
b. 1788 d. unknownRockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Birkes, Mary Sally Rogers
b. 1797 d. Mar. 28, 1860Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Birks, Charles
b. 1788 d. Sep. 23, 1852Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Bohannan, Arlice/Alice
b. unknown d. 1901Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Bohannan, Claud
b. unknown d. unknownRockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Bohannan, Jack
b. 1921 d. 1972Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Bohannan, Jasper
b. 1886 d. 1962 Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Bohannan, Lawson E
b. 1883 d. 1961Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Bohannan, Malishia
b. 1893 d. 1974Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Bohannan, Sally Ann
b. 1895 d. 1991Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Bohannan, Walter
b. 1879 d. 1961Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA

Clark, Joseph Edward "Eddie"
b. Jan. 19, 1882 d. Dec. 25, 1939Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Griffith, Martha E.
b. Jul. 4, 1842 d. Sep., 1862Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Houston, Robert
b. unknown d. Apr. 19, 1866Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Johnson, Anna "Annie" P Taylor
b. 1873 d. Aug. 10, 1940 Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA

Johnson, Charlie Doteris
b. Aug. 5, 1848 d. Feb. 7, 1921 Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA

Pinkley, Christopher C.
b. Mar. 22, 1874 d. May 27, 1949 Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA

Pinkley, George Washington
b. Jul. 2, 1848 d. Mar. 28, 1924Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA

Pinkley, Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Clark
b. Nov. 20, 1876 d. Nov. 15, 1921 Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Pinkley, Mary Jane Harp
b. Feb. 18, 1849 d. 1931 Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Southerland, Martha Jane Houston
b. Feb. 18, 1852 d. Jun. 8, 1902 Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
STEVENS, William C
b. Jul. 1, 1800 d. unknown Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Taylor, Isaac Bell
b. Mar. 11, 1849 d. Sep. 9, 1922 Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Taylor, Julia "Caroline" Caroline Purseley
b. Mar. 18, 1848 d. Mar. 9, 1926Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
Wilson, Tincey Birks
b. 1839 d. Feb. 20, 1872Rockhouse Cemetery
Madison County
Arkansas, USA
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Sunday, December 27, 2009


Caution alerts when ordering from Ancestry. com for any special records sold in disks formated. (I paid for military civil war service and census records about 10 years ago. Of course they've change "your rules" of using these materials as they go along. Especially, if you click their programs on the disk such as reg., history, family tree i.e. on the pages. When you get back to the same program (disk) they will have change it where you can't operate the program again. I had to total out the programs in new every time and re load it again.
I really hate do business with all the genealogical service out there. You spend a lot of money to have fixes inside each program to dislodge them whenever they want you to buy in again.
I bought Paf Pal too but you can't copy and paste in any the their programs. And their licenses have a short expiration date for the money, I bought into. You'll have to buy a newer version of it ever so often. My new computer will not even take their old Paf Pal disk. Now every thing is bought on line and they will change the rules and have to update it yadda, yadda, yadda. Theirs lots of problems with this kind of explorations....
Note: I believe its the first John on this record. (...And their are many John's on this disk!) That is the John Harp in our lines here. It says he was a Senior and that's about the right age group.

The Godard's, Wiley, Harp Lines More Vaughan Photos

YOU MAY WONDER WHERE I GET ALL MY (PAID FOR ... & OWNED) PHOTO'S. I paid good sum of money for most of my photos that came on a CD from another genealogist who sells them. These pictures were the first ones that I started with and now own. I bought them because I had no photo's at the time on much of my lines. No one really owns published or sold photo's. (We all (cousins.) Their was no copywriters on my photo CD disks, or I would not have bought them. I now have had others who has given me more of the same photo's that I don't really need. So they are out there and flourishing. Many others in this line bought them... same reasons? I never thought of asking Davis where he got them because he was the genealogist who owned them and their rights to resale. He's worked on the lines for many years.
As an artist I know you can change the presentation of a work, or photos and I do on both.

After all how would all the search engines operating on the Internet who makes money using our photo's and we borrowing (images) for blogs would be in big trouble with law suits. Be careful who you unload the use of your Internet photo to, because they rip them off your computer programs and your left with nothing on yours. "Google's Picasa" one. They re-sale them for use of the storage place for your photos i.e. Since my computer crashed so many times this maybe worth it. Don't label who they are...the photo will be hard to sell unless their kin yadda, yadda, yadda...
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Monday, December 21, 2009

Genealogy Site are not FREE, FAKE

All genealogy sites that say they're FREE ...are, of course not! I'm so tired continually being LED on "wild goose chases" that I now have a small little book that save me a lot of time clicking on their web code time and again, at the bottom of their ads, to go visit. They change business titles and are changing them periodically so you do have to record the site again before your get suck in again. I'm all for genealogy business but not deceptive practices involved. If the government does it so are the people...Who's the government?
Photo: Vaughan Llynk
The Mormon Church has "free" conglomerate site too that lead to its family history i..e..
The have ads using Ancestral . com or (ACOM, De Va71, etc.) tinker symbol
I have a lot of grips about the antique PAF program. Paf program originated from "Ancestral Quest." Why these programs have no place to cut, copy, and paste i.e. YOUR data for another page to put in your e-mail or blog is a marketing issue. I worked for years in the Church genealogy Library's and know this programs problems. It's very Archaic!
I was told not to do this site, but I reminded the library worker they said to blog that very month from her authority. Hello!
I gotta voice one more thing before I close. Yesterday I tried to make a list in this ignorant PAF program (it's free and should stay that way). One of its KNOW IT ALL MALE's, who work in the church library who said it was like doing algebra. Who know algebra? It has bracket, arrows and, or-and, then it get real complicated when you see the choices under what you check which make no sense at all.
Why should we genealogist give any site free genealogy to resale. Can you get in and use their sites, correct the new information's you've discovered, in a note even, the gall to sell it back to us! Of course unless your now buying in...some of us don't have the funds.
For you die hard who continue to use pay toilets and pay for water after man's polluted it! And never voice objections...shame on you. You deserve it. Most use other adrenals to fight for a your basic causes.
I have had a lot of web sites I've traced back on my site meter and they sell my stuff. I don't mind any one in my line using the pages that refer to their personal genealogy. What I mind is the commercial one's using it.
However, even they are our devil's advocate. Get it? Thank You for all your comment this year. It helps our all families here getting it done more correctly. (Remember...Your genealogy doesn't just belong to you...many cousins families pass through it)
The number one use of the Internet is genealogy. You'd thing rich google could give us a better "format" for this sort of work. They are number one in programing. I think they should come up with blogs designed for genealogist.
I've been in the hospital for 9 months including rehabilitation, and nursing care. That was truly hell and I glad I'm back at this again. Thank you for putting up with my mistakes and coming to Genealogy Connections... May God grant you peace and health in your home this season. Check this free site out if your in the Vaughan Clan....

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Morrow's Genealogy

Key is rin # Morrow's Name; born, age, and death date if know...Marred to whom or none is S-spouse or P-parent
1184 MORROW, <1933> 69 P Luther Allen Doc. MORROW
1183 MORROW, 53 P Jeff Wilson MORROW
114 MORROW, Allen Aug 1883 46 P Richard MORROW
93 MORROW, Allie or Ollie Addison 25 Sep 1908 Dead 15 P John AM MORROW
56 MORROW, Alma Plantabell 11 Oct 1907 28 Aug 1990 54 S William, or BR BARNES
166 MORROW, Emmett Lee 16 Nov 1871 Apr 1970 117 S Ollie Mae WELCH
423 MORROW, Gennieve 1932 283 S GREEN
49 MORROW, Henrietta Georgia 20 Jul 1897 Dead 49 S George Miner MINER
116 MORROW, Ira H. Jan 1894 46 P Richard MORROW
55 MORROW, Jeff Wilson 20 Nov 1900 Dead 15 P John AM MORROW
44 MORROW, John Addison"Merrow" 14 Feb 1878 17 Mar 1942 15 S Mary Jane FISHER
411 MORROW, Josephine May 1916 Jul 1936 117 P Emmett Lee MORROW
422 MORROW, Julia 1930 282 S BROCK
51 MORROW, Leona, Lonnie, Easter 21 Mar 1899 1991 50 S Hershel STOUT
91 MORROW, Luther Allen Doc. 25 Sep 1905 Dead 69 S Goldie Pearl BARNES
115 MORROW, Margaret May 1890 46 P Richard MORROW
12 MORROW, Mary Alice 10 Jun 1904 29 May 1959 9 S Eugene, Jean, H JOHNSON
117 MORROW, Mattey, Mittey Jun 1896 46 P Richard MORROW
414 MORROW, Minnie 1920 278 S Ray ROWTER
48 MORROW, Minnie 14 Mar 1896 Dead 48 S George Jr. MINOR
112 MORROW, Mr <1823> 67 S Ms MORROW
1185 MORROW, Ms <1935> 69 P Luther Allen Doc. MORROW
113 MORROW, Ms <1827> 67 S Mr MORROW
416 MORROW, Nina 1921 1969 280 S Leroy SMITH
96 MORROW, Pete 53 P Jeff Wilson MORROW
419 MORROW, Rena 1925 1927 117 P Emmett Lee MORROW
89 MORROW, Richard Mar 1849 Dead 46 S Levica
94 MORROW, Sally 30 Dec 1910 12 Feb 1971 70 S Jesse, Jess BARNES
95 MORROW, Sally's Twin 30 Dec 1910 1 Jan 1911 15 P John AM MORROW
118 MORROW, Taney Mar 1898 46 P Richard MORROW
418 MORROW, Tennie 1923 1924 117 P Emmett Lee MORROW
420 MORROW, William 1928 281 S Virginia RICHARDSON
412 MORROW, Winnie 1917 1936 276 S Leanord SUDBURY
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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Lewis Harp_ Civil War

This is Lewis Harp's in his Union Civil War uniform. This is the best free (so far) web site for this line. Many live in Arkansas. Do check it out their are a few photo and a page on where to order the datas such as md. records.
................ The following are divorcements AR
"HARP, Eunice 11 Jan 1881 Defendant warned to appear. HARP, Tolbert 119
HARP, Eunice 23 Mar 1881 Attorney for non-resident files report. HARP, Tolbert 121
HARP, Eunice 24 Mar 1881 Plaintiff files proof of publication HARP, Tolbert 124
HARP, Eunice 25 Mar 1881 Marriage dissolved. HARP, Tolbert 125
HARP, Jeremiah 10 Aug 1870 Plaintiff's attorney filed proof HARP, Hattie 4
HARP, Jeremiah 11 Aug 1870 Div. Granted HARP, Hattie 5
HARP, Jerry 22 Aug 1888 Attorney for non-resident def files report. HARP, Rosa 312
HARP, Jerry 31 Aug 1888 Marriage dissolved. HARP, Rosa 319
HARP, Sarah A. 16 Mar 1883 Marriage dissolved. Plaintiff restored to maiden name of Sarah A. BALL and awarded custody of child George Tolbert. HARP, Jerry 193
HARP, Sarah E. 19 Mar 1880 Married 2 Jan 1874. Divorce granted. Plaintiff restored to maiden name, not stated. HARP, Jerry 104"
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Carroll county Arkansas civil war union soldiers Be sure to check "Home" on the page for Confederates. Harp's are not know to be on this side.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Vaughan Gravestones

I.T. Vaughan buried in Vaughan cemetery.Born Aug. ;7 1877 and died on June 20, 1949. The second on the right is Tom Vaughan died 8 Jan. 1911?

Thomas L. Harp

Copy of the page: Family Group Record Page 1 of 3
Husband Thomas L. HARP
Born Place 1788/1797 , , North Carolina Died Place 31 May 1910 Clifty, , Arkansas Buried Place
Clifty, Clifty Cemetery, , Arkansas
(Photo of
Married -6 Place 26 Jan 1826 , , North Carolina
Husband's father Philip HARP Husband's mother Sarah "Sally" VAUGHAN
Wife Abigail Abbey GILBERT Born -7 Place 1795/1805 , , Virginia Died Place Dead Wife's father Wife's mother
List each child in order of birth.
Henry HARP 8 1 M Born Place 1822 , , Tennessee
Agnes HARP 2 F Born Place 1824 , , Tennessee
Jane HARP 3 F Born Place 1827 , , Tennessee
Ruth Ruthey O. HARP 9, 10 4 F Born Place 1833 , , Arkansas Died Place
*Spouse N.H. Wahlquist WALCRESS 11
Married Place 1867 <, , Missouri>
Thomas Jr. HARP 5 M Born Place 1835 <, , Arkansas>
Prepared by
E-mail address
Date prepared
5 Jan 2005 UTAH U.S.A.
1. This certifies that T.J. Harp and Isabel Gilbert were united in the Holy bonds of Matrimony at Thomas Henderson’s
on the 26 day if Jan 1861. In the presence of: James Henderson and Mary Huffman." Maybe one side or another a
family member. Son? Isabelle was born 1 Jan 1838.
2. Mattie Smith says they were married 15 Apr 1861? (after the children were born?)
Thomas L. HARP
1. AFN:118J-JBX,From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. This file says he was born abt 1804?
2. Thomas (L., or T.,or, J. ?) HARP. Born in NC? not Tennessee. (Jefferson, middle name?)
3. BASIC: Reference from the book, CARROLL CO. FAMILIES: THESE WERE THE FIRST, Carroll Co., AR 1991
editor/compiler Jim Lair. (Lib # 976.717 D3L) S.L. Ut. Family Historical Center.
"Thomas (J.) Harp, who was born 4 July 1828, (the year doesn't fit with birth order of other siblings) Overton Co.,
TN (not NC) was united in marriage with (1) Celia Harp, (2) Rhoda Wright and (3) Isabell Gilbert, died 31 May 1910
and was interred in the Clifty Cemetery--"
NOTE: The b. of 1828 bothers me because it doesn't fit the sibling order (do the have this order?) . Maybe everyone's
copying the same mistake and passing it on. Their are many books written on the Harp's and their lines using the same
sources. However, more research has to be done here. I cannot accept all of this yet ...the1828.
Family Group Record
Thomas L. HARP
Abigail Abbey GILBERT
Page 2 of 3
Thomas L. HARP
4. This is repeated in the book, "Harp Strings" by Mattie Benson Smith. #929.273 H23s. Pub. Broken Arrow,
Oklahoma (1886). Contents: A genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Jefferson Harp, born 4 July 1828 in Overton
He died 31 May 1910 in Clifty, AR. It includes Weeks, Hinds, and related families. (S.L.C. Ut. Gen. Lib.)
Note: "Albert Harp, who owns Harp's Market in Eureka Springs, is a descendant of this branch of the family."
Submitted by Evelyn Johnson." He is not connected yet with this Harp genealogy.
I think their are two Thomas Harps are in one...needs to clear up.
Ancestral files say he was born abt 1804 in N.C.? (Not TN)
1850 census Madison Co., Prairie Twp., Arkansas...their is a Carter Harp who is 19 born in AR., and his wife Diana who
is 18 born in Missouri. I believe he is a son.
5. 1860 census Prairie twp., Madison Co., Arkansas says he was born in 1795
NC not TN.
6. Arkansas Travelers says his birth year is 1787.
7. 1850 c of Prairie, Arkansas says he is 63 (1787) TN
- Abigail Abbey GILBERT
AFN: 118J-JBX,
1. From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. LDS ordinance work done under Abigail not Isabel Gilbert. If
this is a different person do the work. (this source says born abt 1808 NC)?
2. Book, CARROLL COUNTY FAMILIES: THESE WERE THE FIRST, Carroll Co., AR 1991. The compiler/editor was
Jim Lair and Harp line was submitted by Evelyn Johnson. (Lib. # 976.717 D3L Family History Center in S.L. City Utah)
Evelyn refers her as an "Isabel" or maybe he married her sister too?
3. pg 88 The Madison Co., AR Genealogist Vol. 4, 3, and 2.
"Harp, Nora May, 8 Sep 1875 and died 9 Dec 1881, dau of Thomas J. and Isabelle Blue Gilbert. Maybe Abigail Gilbert
is her or her half sister? This dau. may not belong here more research is needed. (Mattie Smith Letter)
NOTE: Book, Family Tree of Mary Emma Harp (Mrs. James O. Franklin) KY (Harp's, Gilbert's and related families from
KY. Haven't found yet, '98.
4. 1850 census Madison Co., Praire twp says she was born 1795 and from Virginia not N.C.
. 1850 TN.? I copied Tn. maybe who gave the censes guessed? she is 55
6. pg 367 age 30-40 1830 c seven children Warren Co., Tn., 1840 c seven children Madison Co., Arkansas, 1850 c. #68,
#68 Madison Co., Arkansas.
Note there are seven children.
Note: John David Harp md. Corday Malinda Gilbert?
Henry HARP
Researcher: 1850 census #68, pg253 Madison Co. Arkansas Prairie Twp.
In a book (?) their is a Henry Harp mar to a Nancy Terrill. The only infor. there was.
Agnes HARP

Researcher: 1850 census #68, pg253 she is 26

1. 1850 census #68, pg253 she is 23
Ruth Ruthey O. HARP
1. 1850 census #68, pg253 on this census record her name is spelled Ruthy born 1833. I wrote down Kathy until I
read other records.
2. 1880 c Eureka Springs Arkansas pg 16 Carroll Co., Arkansas
She is in the home of N.H. Wahlquist 53 Tailor B. Sweden with Winnie Bohannan 74 who was probable using the
healing waters of the Springs for her eyes (blind).
3. Juda widow of Hardy Harp 1831 Tn. was applying for pension. She was abt 63 in 1898. See Hardy Harp and Juda
in this file.
5 Jan 2005

Family Group Record
Thomas L. HARP
Abigail Abbey GILBERT
Page 3 of 3
Thomas Jr. HARP
1. Deed Records of Madison Co., Arkansas Book F. Pg. 96-7.(Thomas Harp also deeded land to James T. Harp) Jr.?
2. b. 1839 Mad. co. ?
Jim Lair,
Carroll Co., Families; These Were The First
, 266, 1991, Salt Lake City, Utah, Fam. Hist. Lib., 976.717 D3l.
1850 Census #68 prairie Twp., Arkansas (Madison Co.)
Descendants Of William And Charlotte (Harrison) Harp
Magazine "Arkansas Travelers
, 976.7 X20 1850.
1850 Census Madison Co., Arkansas
Thomas Harp,
T. J. Harp
, 88.
1. T.J. Harp, June 15, 1887, Historical Publishing Company, The Holy Bible, St Louis, Mo.-Philadelphia, PA.
2. Submitted by J. H. Gaskill, 1099 Rolling Hills Dr. Fayetteville, AR. 72701
cannot remember the bk. it came from but on pge 88.
1850 Census #68 prairie Twp., Arkansas
1850 Census,#68,Pge 253
Descendants Of William And Charlotte (Harrison) Harp
1850 Census,#68,Pge 253
Descendants Of William And Charlotte (Harrison) Harp
5 Jan 2005
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Cherubia A. Harp Vaughan died 30 Nov. 1892
Benjamin (Ben) Franklin Vaughan and died 7 April 1903
Both are buried in Clifty Cemetery, Clifty Arkansas

Harp Descendants

Harp's Descendants
Generation No. 1
1. OUR UNKOWN 2 HARP, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born Bet. 1730 - 1740, and died 1767 in Granville Co. NC. He married SARAH UNKNOWN Abt. 1760 in NC ?. (The writer of this page is anonymous)
Notes for UNKOWN HARP ??:
There was a
Henry Harp
transported to VA. in 1658. There was also a Henry in Johnson Co. 1766. Could there be a connection.?
Guestion: There was our Unkown (died 1768 ) and a Thomas about the same age, that had records together in Granville Co.1771. then Thomas had a Jr. would be about the age of our John b. 1769. We do not know Thomas's father. Our John m. Mary Lewis 1778 and Thomas Jr m. Elizabeth Lewis 3 Nov 1778. We do not know the father of James m. Sarah Jordon 1779, William m.
Sally(Sarah) Stanton 1787, and Simon m. Lucy Ham 1788. Thomas #l died before 1780 and Ann had a family, we think Thomas#1.
When they went to Overton Co. Wm, Sampson, Burton and Wm Jr. on one side of the creek and with John, Beverly and John Jr. the other side had land records together. Who do they belong to?
Johnston Co. NC. Is: So have for Love and Good will
William Earp to Grandson Edward Harp. About 1769. So about then is when they started changing their name. If they ever did. Still have to check these older files in Johnston Co. NC.
The Earps were from VA. and MD originally and if I can keep tracing them back some Earp Genealogists think we are from John Earp and on back to England and Thomas Earp England 1600's. Before They were in Johnston Co. they were in Northampton Co. NC where they were same names only Earp.
Earlier records in Johnson Co. NC Show Emanuel, Luke, Edward, and Henry all dealing with land before 1766.
Tax records show 1769 Thomas Harp 2 whites and Merica Harp 2 whites. 1771 was Luke Harp 2 whites, and 1780 was a John Harp, 250 acres, Thomas Harp, Sr. 102 acres,
Thomas Jr.1 free pole and Samson Harp l free pole. This is the second time the papers point to Thomas Jr and Sampson being brothers and sons of Thomas. the other is a land record.
I have pay vouchers for John Harp 1782, Thomas Harp 1781, and Luke Harp 1782 for the Rev. War. Hillsborough auditors office, North Carolina. Also a Joseph with 2 vouchers Warrington, Hillsborough
NC. in 1783. .
*History of Genealogist of Old Granville Co. NC 1746-1800
Sarah Harp "the Elder", "SINGLE WOMAN OF GRANVILLE CO." to John Harp, "aged about six years old" to
Gemime Harp, and to Sarah Harp "Jun'r" sale, Aug. 3 1767. goods and valuables including a branded horse. (She was evidently a mother of these children, although such descriptive language is not used)
John Harp that married Mary Lewis has to be this John. (no other John's) There is a marriage record of Arps? Sarah (Jr) to Allan Bryan 1784. This could be our Sarah Jr. right age?
One land
record she signed in 1790 as Sarah Harp. Also a Gemima Harp to James Randolph 1813 but that is to late so she could have been one of the other Harps boys girl. We have a Gemima as a daughter of Tolbert Harp which would be a Granddaughter of John Jr.
Children of this HARP and SARAH UNKNOWN are:
2. i. JOHN HARP 3 SR., b. 1760; d. Bet. 1812 - 1818, Overton Co. Tn..
ii. GEMIMA HARP, b. Abt. 1763.
Notes for GEMIMA HARP:
This Gemima is a sister to John. One land record has a Bobbitt signing a land record with John selling and Sarah Harp also a witness. We think this is land from their father. Gemima could be dead or something. Hardy, John Jr.'s son named his daughter Gemima and a son Geremia
iii. SARAH (JR) HARP, b. Abt. 1766, Granville Co. NC; m. ALLAN BRYAN, 1784, Granville Co. NC.
Generation No. 2
2. JOHN HARP 3 SR. (UNKOWN 2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN 1) was born 1760, and died Bet. 1812 - 1818 in Overton Co. Tn.. He married MARY LEWIS June 03, 1778 in Granville Co. NC. She was born Abt. 1761.
Notes for JOHN HARP SR.:
1785 John sold land to Thomas in Granville Co. NC. and Thomas Jr and Sampson signed as witnesses. Probable sons of Thomas Sr.
1811 was land Record in Overton Co. TN. between Wm Sr. and Burton with John Harp Sr. and Beverly signing due to land with no fence between John Sr. and
Wm.'s land.
1812 there are land records in Overton Co. TN. Burton Harp was selling
land to David Green (45 Acres), including the plantation where Sampson Harp Sr. now lives. It shows that Wm Harp Sr was on one Line and John Harp Sr. on another line. This had no fence between the two so John Harp Sr., Beverly, John Jr. Sampson Sr., William Sr. and William Jr.,Burton Harp and Isum Johnson all had to sign the land record. The land joined, showing John with land next to Wm.
*1819 land record which was Wm's Sr. shows Johns Sr. Desc. There is a Terry, Wm. Sr and Jr. and Tyre should be Wm Sr. Sons, plus Isham Johnson (buyer).
**Census of NC 1784-87 -1st # is 21-60 2nd # Under 21 and 3rd # is all females.
Bever Dam dist -Henry pg 159 1-2-4
Epping forest dist - Thomas Harp Sr. 1-4-4
" John Harp pg 53 1-1-3
" Sampson Harp pg 54 1-1-3
*Fishing Creek Thomas Harp pg 49 1-3-3
Johnson Joseph Harp pg 82 1-0-4
**1800 census Granville Co. NC has John 30ll0-03110-00, Beverly would
be the oldest boy then 3 to 10 would be John Jr., Hardy ?
Sampson 22110-12210-00,
William 40010-20200-00 and then
Ann assume widow of Thomas.01100-10101-00. All are on pgs 528 to 530 and Ann 561.
***Marriages :Granville Co. NC
John and Mary Lewis 1778
Thomas Jr. and Elizabeth Lewis 3 Nov 1778
James Harp and Sarah Jordon 19 Oct 1779, John Harp, bm.
William and Sarah (Sally) Stanton 24 May 1787, John Harp, bm.
Simon and Lucy Ham 3 Dec 1788, John Harp, bm.
Mourning Harp and Jehu Horton or Harton 2 May 1789 John H Bond bm a Henderson cc wit.
Sampson and Sarah Tudor, m 19 Oct 1779 John Harp bm.
**Army records (not approved) have Sampson would have been 94 in 1828. This would have made him born in 1734. (this record was in Overton Co. TN.)The William that signed the war papers was born in 1767, Probably son of Sampson. Could be the Wm. and Tabitha? This Sampson could be the father of several we have not connected to. Same age as our Unkown. Sampson could have had a 1st wife.
Through land records, we think Sampson children are 1. William m. Tabitha Johnson 1804, Sampson bm. 2. Polly Harp m Isham Johnson 1806, and 3 is Amelia Harp m. Isaac Johnson, possible 4 is Libbia Harp married Charles Moore in 1806 with Sampson bm.
**Later records of: Marriages Granville Co., NC.
William and Charlotte (Lotty) Harrison 5 Nov 1804
William and Tabitha Johnson 30 May 1804 Sampson bm
Beverly and Sarah Dickenson 30 Sep 1805 John Harp bm.
Molly Harp and Osborn Ball 10 Mar 1803 John H. Bond bm.
Children of JOHN SR. and MARY LEWIS are:
3. i. BEVERLY 4 HARP, b. Abt. 1785; d. Bef. 1850.
4. ii. JOHN C.HARP JR., b. 1790, Granville, N.C.; d. Aft. 1870, Madison Co. AR..
iii. HARDY HARP, b. 1790, Granville Co. NC; d. 1848; m. RUTH ELIZABETH ROARK; b. Abt. 1804.
Notes for HARDY HARP:
We are not sure about Hardy being a son of John Sr. but we think all signs point this way. He helped lay out the land for John and Beverly in Warren Co. TN. They say family works together on these. Carolyn Anfinrud had the following on a Web page:
1. Alford m. Lizzie Wesmonan
2. Betsy m. Jesse Shitley
3. Mary Malvina m. William Paine
Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region by Goodspeed's pub. 1894, we find a reference to Hardy Harp, in the biography of William H. Paine, b. in Warren Co., TN, in 1830 son of Larkin and Rebecca Huddleston Paine. Excerpts from this bio: "In 1848, Mr. Paine was married in Madison Co., Ark. to Miss Almira Harp, native of Warren Co., TN., daughter of Hardy and Ruth A. Harp; the former (Hardy) dying in TN and the later in Ark." (If Hardy died in TN. he had returned to TN. after the 1840 census was taken)
4. Millie
5. William M. m. Jane Estel
6. Agnes m. William Milholland
" Warren Co. Land Entries from 1824 "
Hardy Harp entry #791, 1824 surveyed 1825, 50 Acres " " entry #1564.1828 surveyed 1829, 50 Acres
William Harp entry #903. 1825 surveyed 1826, 50 Acres
Brumley (Beverly) entry #2073 1826 surveyed 1827, 200 Acres

Generation No. 3
3. BEVERLY4 HARP (JOHN HARP3 SR., UNKOWN 2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born Abt. 1785, and died Bef. 1850. He married SARAH DICKINSON September 30, 1805 in Granville Co., N.C. John Harp, Bondsman.
Goodspeeds History of Northwest Arkansas, published 1889 tells "Among the first to arrive in 1832, William Clark settled on Drakes Creek, Beverly Harp, a Christian preacher, located at the head of
Cherry Creek that same year. Other articles say he was there in 1824.
Tax records show Beverly in Washington Co. Tax list for 1836 and 1838 and Madison Co. for 1837 and 1839. He was on the Johnson Co census 1840.
He later moved to "Healing Springs" now known as Eureka Springs.
According to the land records in Overton Co. TN. it has Beverly
and John signing for land record with John Sr.
Here is a letter from a Inabell Williams, of Stafford, MO. 1970. Jack's great Grandmother was Mary Harp b. ca 1809 in TN. She married Daniel Wagnon ca 1834. They named their first son Beverly. Mary had at least 3 sisters, one was Cherry(Cheruba) who married Benjamin Vaughn and had at least 2 brothers Jim and Phillip.
Beverly was a preacher and a farmer.
In Warren Co. TN 27 Nov 1824 has: surveyed for Hardy Harp, 50 acres on the waters of Rocky River in Hickory Cove, near the NE corner of a 25 acre entry made in the name of Beverly Harp, a line of a 14
acre survey, a line of a 45 acres survey, a line of 10 acres survey of John Harp's foot of Cumberland Mountains, including said Hardy and John Harp's improvement. Surveyed 1 Oct 1825. John Harp & Wm. Evans, C.C.; Saml Worthington,D.S.
NOTE IN THE BOOK; The entries mentioned in these records refer to land grants. C C (Chain Carrier), usually a relative of the land owner.
5. ii. MARY HARP, b. Abt. 1810, Tn. (Overton Co.).
iii. CHERUBA (CHERRY) HARP, b. September 07, 1817, Tn; d. November 30, 1892, Ar; m. BENJAMIN VAUGHAN, 1835, Madison Co. Ark.
The children of Benjamin and Cherubia Vaughan are Mary, Elizabeth, Nancy, George, James Dallas, Allen, and Pleasant.
...children of Ben and Cherry as:
1. Mary Narcissis Jane "Sis" Vaughan b. 22 Feb. 1838 m. George Washington Todd. (Peggy's line)
2. George Washington Vaughan b. 17 Aug 1840 m. Mary F. Henderson (Eddie line)
3. Elizabeth Vaughan b. 14 Mar 1841 m LeRoy C (Freddie Todd line)
4. James Polk Dallas Vaughan b. in 1843 m Melvina Houston (Peggy's first husband's line)
5. Allen Woods Vaughan b.1845 m.1st Eveline Wisdom, m. 2nd Cynthia (Bohannan) Harrison (Peggy's GGGrandmother on Mothers side). Her 1st husband was Millard F. Harrison Peggy's GGGrandfather.
6. Pleasant Michael Vaughan b. 16 Nov. 1849 m. Margaret J. Wisdom (sister of Eveline Wisdom)
7 Nancy Ann Vaughan b. 23 Mar 1852 m. Allen Ray
iv. JIM HARP, b. 1824.
v. WILLIAM JORDAN HARP, b. April 23, 1826, Warren Co. Tn.; d. May 23, 1916, Ione, Logan Co. Ar; m. May 04, 1845, Johnson Co. Ar.
William J. was in Johnson Co. Ar 1850 along with his wife. Wiley Harp age 44, Thomas Harp 25, Joseph Harp 21, Osborn 20, and James P Harp 26. They are all in separate houses and Families.
This is from Johnnie Cowart, ggggranddaughter of Beverly. She has a death cert. of Wm. J. stating Beverly as his father and Sarah as his mother.
William J. was also a minister.
4. JOHN C.HARP4 JR. (JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born 1790 in Granville, N.C., and died Aft. 1870 in Madison Co. AR.. He married LOUISE (LUCY) VAUGHAN 1820, daughter of WILLIAM VAUGHAN and FEREBY BENTON. She was born 1795 in TN, and died Abt. 1861 in Madison Co. AR..
Notes for JOHN C.HARP JR.:
There is no record that I have found that John is a Lewis. On the applications for Indian rights Hardy's daughter had John C (could be an O ) On another from Nancy Jane (Absolum's wife)
it is a C. and so is my Uncle John C. and Uncle John was Calvin. So I think it is C.
On The applications also show John having married Louise Vaughan and her mother was Fairaby Benton Vaughan.
We do have census 1830, John 30-40, 1840, John 40-50. Which makes John b. 1790 (60) as the 1850 census states. This would make Lucy b. 1795.
The Army papers states that Lewis (John's son) was b. in Warren Co. TN 1826. Other records of land including John in Warren Co. TN under Beverly and Hardy. Show he was at the foot of Cumberland Mtn. Warren Co. Plat Book 1824-27 Vol 1by Nora Williams. Surveyed for Hardy Harp 50 acres on the waters of Rocky River in the Hickory cove, near the NE corner of a 25 acre entry made in the name of Beverly Harp, a line of a 14 acre survey a line of a 45 acre survey, a line of 10 acre survey of John Harp's foot of Cumberland Mountain, including said Hardy & John Harp's improvement. Surveyed 1 Oct 1825. John Harp & Wm. Evans, CC Sam Worthington, D.S.
John was living with a daughter Lucy Irene (Arena) (Mrs. James Henderson) when he died. He had come from Warren Co. TN. to Washington Co. Ar. by 1829 according to the Goodspeed History. He also shows in the history in Madison Co. Ar. in 1832 in Vaughan Valley (Twp 17N Rg 27W.)
I have copies of land records in both Washington and Madison Co. AR 40 acres in Washington Co. was sold 1835. 80 acres was sold 1852 to James Mayfield. I saw this land it was beautiful. East and a
little south of Springdale close to the Madison Co. line. Some of the Mayfield's still live in that area.
80 acres was bought in 1859 and 160 was sold all in one transaction in 1860 which included the first 80 acres. This land was in Madison Co. All these papers were signed by both John and Lucy
with Daniel Vaughan a witness on one paper and William Harp witness on another.
On Mar. 1, 1862 John sold land in Washington Co. W 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec 15 TWP N. 17 N of Range 31. He was the only one to sign this transaction so we know Lucy died between 1860-1870 so now we can put her death about 1861.
Louise's name was on her daughter Lucinda (Harp) Clarks death certificate. father was John and Mother was Louise Vaughan.
I have Indian Application records from Nancy Jane Harp wife of Absolum, showing Lucy Vaughan as a daughter of William and Fereby Vaughan. Benjamin Vaughn also put verification to the same and he had Fereby Vaughan, daughter of Fereby Benton whose maiden name was Fereby Looney a Cherokee woman.
This record also has Absolum as the son of John and Lucy (Vaughan) Harp.
Also was a letter of Ardemia (Harp) Daniels daughter of Absolum, saying Hardy Harp's wife was Sarah E. Clemens, a sister to our Nancy Jane Clemens This proves our line to John Harp.

Children of JOHN JR. and LOUISE VAUGHAN are:
6. i. HARDY 5 HARP, b. Abt. 1821, TN; d. Bef. 1860, AR..
7. ii. ABSOLUM A.(APPS OR DOC) HARP, b. 1822, TN; d. July 03, 1896, Skiatook, OK..
8. iii. TOLBERT HARP, b. 1823; d. October 12, 1894, Keels Creek, Ar..
9. iv. LEWIS HARP, b. December 28, 1826, Warren Co. Tn.; d. June 24, 1887, Madison Co. Ar..
10. v. JAMES HARP, b. April 28, 1828, TN.; d. November 21, 1881, Washington Co. ID.
vi. WILLIAM HARP, b. April 13, 1830, Ar.; d. August 15, 1862, Mo.; m. ELLEN BRUMLEY, February 15, 1852, Carroll Co. Ar.; b. Abt. 1834, Mo.; d. Good Samariton, Hosp. Mo..
William was in the Civil War. 1st Ark. Cav. Co. B, of Ark. He died with Measels.
His children are: 1. Arena b. 23 Nov 1854,Madison Co. Ar. 2. Algeretta b. 8 Mar 1856 and twin 3. Louisa b. 8 Mar 1856 Madison Co. Ark. She married a Cox 4. Lewis Isaac Newton b. 15 Mar 1858 Madison Co. 5. Sarah Elizabeth b. May 1860 Madison Co. She married a Cox also. 6. James Oliver Perry b. 3 Jan 1861 and 7. General Seigal b. 9 Jan 1862.
vii. LURINDA A HARP, b. February 13, 1836, Ar.; d. March 10, 1914; m. THOMAS CLARK.
This is the way it was spelled on her death certificate signed by Mrs. U.G. Kelly (Daughter) on Mar 10, 1914 in Eureka Springs, AR. She had been ill 5 yrs and disease of liver ? hard to read. Mother was Louise Vaughn and father was John Harp. She was born 13 Feb, 1836 Ark.
Children of Lurinda and Thomas Clark are
1. John b. ab. 1858
2. James b. ab. 1860
3. Thomas b. ab 1864
4. Tennessee b. ab.1867
5. Louisa
6 Sarah
Thomas was a son of Baptist and Elizabeth Clark
11. viii. LUCY IRENE HARP, b. 1839, Ar..
Generation No. 4
5. MARY 5 HARP (BEVERLY 4, JOHN HARP 3 SR., UNKOWN 2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born Abt. 1810 in Tn. (Overton Co.). She married DANIEL LENONARD WAGNON 1834.
Notes for MARY HARP:
Mary Harp and Daniel Wagnon had a sons Beverly, Burrel, Thomas, Andrew, John, Benjamin, Sarah, James and Daniel with 1 daughter Sarah
Beverly had Burrel, Thomas, Andrew, John, Benjamin, Sarah, James and
Daniel as brothers.
6. HARDY5 HARP (JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born Abt. 1821 in TN, and died Bef. 1860 in AR.. He married SARAH E. CLEMMONS, daughter of JESSE CLEMMONS and ELIZABETH. She was born 1824 in Tenn.. Notes for HARDY HARP:
On the 1850 Census, Hardy was 29 b. TN. Absolum was 5 months old. b. Ar., Sarah was 26 b. TN.
In the 1860 Census Sarah E. Harp, 37 Born Indiana (widow of Hardy) seamstress, and Nancy Jane Harp 5, b. Ar. (daughter of Hardy) was living with Tolbert Harp in Madison Co. Ar. No record of (son)
Absolum Harp.
In 1870 Nancy Jane, Absolum (younger), Sarah E. were all in Wilson Co., KS. Verdigris Twp. P.O. Coyville. I haven't checked Wilson Co. Records but I have a land record in Woodson Co. 1883 where Absolum and Loucretia got a loan for 160 acres, close to uncle Absolum.. There were also courthouse records where he had 2 lots in Yates Center 1885-1886. In 1891 there was a record selling Lots with his address Paola Co. Miami, KS.
The daughter Nancy Jane was b. 12 Mar 1855 Madison Co. Ar. She married George W Clark. She had 3 girls. Julia Abt 1871, Sarah E. b. 1875 and Prue D. b. 1888 (This was from here application for Cherokee membership)

The application for Indian records had Ardemia stating that Nancy Jane (her mother) and Sarah E.Clemmons (wife of Hardy Harp) were sisters.
Children of HARDY HARP and SARAH CLEMMONS are:
i. ABSOLUM6 HARP, b. 1850, Washington Co., Ar; m. LUCRETIA B. ANDERSON; b. 1856, Al..
1880 census has Absolum 30, wife Loucretia 24, Alouzoe A. Anderson 25, brother in Law of Absolum. Woodson Co. KS. Close to Louisa V. Blevins. (daughter of Absolum)

12. ii. NANCY JANE HARP, b. January 1855, Madison Co. Ar..
7. ABSOLUM A.(APPS OR DOC)5 HARP (JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born 1822 in TN, and died July 03, 1896 in Skiatook, OK.. He married NANCY JANE CLEMMONS July 25, 1841 in Washington Co., Ar, daughter of JESSE CLEMMONS and ELIZABETH. She was born May 17, 1826 in TN, and died December 10, 1897 in Toronto, KS. Woodson Co. KS.
Photo: Sarah (Harp) Henley always said she was 1/16 Indian. Assuming this, Absolum was 1/8 and his mother Louisa(Lucy) Vaughan was 1/4 and Fair-a-bee was 1/2. Which should be right according to the Vaughan connection.
According to the 1880 census record, William was born in MO., making Absolum leave Arkansas before 1856. Sarah was born in Bates Co. MO.
They were in Barry Co. in 1860 (Census).
Lloyd Daniel wrote in his Kansas History: him and his neighbors were run out of Linn Co., KS.(Across the line from Bates Co. MO.) with crops standing. This would have been before 1860 as they were all in Barry Co. by 1860 as Lloyd and Ardemea were married in Barry Co. Absolum could have been a neighbor just across the KS & MO. line in Bates Co.
Absolum was registered in the MO. Home Guard, Co. D. Stone Co. They must have lived close to the county line here also. He was a private and enrolled 6 June 1861 and was discharged 15 Nov. 1861.
He was 5'6" tall and weighed 144 at 69 years old. Glen Dale Henley has the original discharge papers.
When Grandma (Sarah Elizabeth) was 6, the family came to Kansas (1864). In 1866, Absolum was on the mini jury in Wilson Co. This was also close to the county line as a little later the moved the Co. line
and they then lived in Woodson Co.
In an article by James Harpe Harris stated the Harp's were breeders of fine racing horses and fox hound.
Zoe Henley Wilson told of Grandpa Absolum having lots of dogs. A seashell her Mother had was used to call dogs. She thinks it was in the Harp family first. A bottle (flask) Zoe had was a bottle Apps took with him to help heal people. It was Herbs. Ella Mae has it.
According to Sarah, Apps was 1/8 Cherokee Indian. In 1891 he went to OK. in hopes of getting Indian land. On a 1893 census of OK. he had 40 acres and each of his boys had a few acres. The Indian headquarters told me that census was taken to show who had moved to OK. by 1889.
These people were entitled to the Indian land upon Indian proof. We were 4 years short.
George and Loid (Lloyd?) Blevins were also on the 1893 census of OK.
The Frank Henley family also went to OK. but came back. A picture in the back was taken right after they returned. Everyone got sick on the water in Skiatook ,OK.
Nancy came back to Kansas with Sarah and Frank Henley about that time and stayed till she died.

Nancy Jane a daughter of Jesse who in 1830 lived close to John Harp. The census of 1830 had Jesse about 34 (1794) with 2 girls under 5. #1 Nancy Jane was 4 (1826) in TN. at that time. #2Sarah Elizabeth was 6 (1824) in 1830. She m. Hardy Harp.
Then 1850 census of Madison Co. AR. was Elizabeth (Betsy) 50 and #3 James 20 b. AL. and #4 John 18 b. AR. Making Jessie and Elizabeth unkown having 4 children.
On the 1860 census of Barry Co. MO., real close to Absolum, was James and his family with Elizabeth living with them. She was b. 1794 NC. James and his family came to Woodson Co. KS. Eliz. wasn't with them. They lived within a mile of Grandma (Sarah Harp Henley)
Rebecca (James's daughter born 1858) was 15 (1873). She married John E. Daniel. She was a cousin to Sarah (Harp) Henley.
All the Aunts said Mark Twain was a cousin. John Marshall Clemens was father of Mark Twain. His people and other Clemens were in Warren Co. TN. in 1830 same as some of the Harps. I plan on searching this more.
A will in Granville Co. from Colonial Granville Co. NC :
The will of Simon Clemens dated April 3, 1800 recorded on the
records of Granville Co. He mentions his wife Mary Predden Clemens. OTHERS : OBEDIAH, ZEPHANIAH, STEPHEN, SIMON, JOHN, SON IN LAW CHARLES JONES, ANNA who married TERRY, SAMUEL, WILLIAM, ISABELL AND MARY CLEMENTS Could our Jesse b. ab 1800 be a grandson?
Other notes : Early settlers of Alabama : Jeremiah Clemens, poet and novelist, politician and lawyer, writer and Speaker and US Senator. Is this John father of Mark Twain?
Overton Co. TN 1827 John N Clemens Lawyer residing in Jamestown and Obedstown of the "Gilded age" was the Jamestown of that time more familiarly known as Jimtown.
1825 John N Clemons Circuit Court Clk Fentress Co.
1833 Fentress Co. J N Clemmons compensation
1813 Petition Legislative Tery Harp signed. He is on an uncles
Granville NC was Elizabeth to Wm Clements Mar 15 1775

13. i. ARDEMA CLETA B.6 HARP, b. 1844, Ar.; d. Skiatook, OK..
14. ii. VIOLET LOUISIE HARP, b. 1846, AR.; d. February 25, 1911, Woodson Co. Ks..
15. iii. JOHN CALVIN HARP, b. December 09, 1848, AR.; d. December 15, 1931, Skiatook, OK..
16. iv. JEFFERSON COLUMBUS(STUMP) HARP, b. May 23, 1850, AR.; d. May 02, 1932, Vinita, OK..
17. v. WILLIAM M. HARP, b. April 22, 1856, MO; d. March 09, 1941, Sedan, KS..
18. vi. SARAH ELIZABETH HARP, b. August 12, 1858, Bates Co., Mo.; d. July 19, 1938, Wilson Co., Ks. N., of Coyville, Ks..

8. TOLBERT5 HARP (JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born 1823, and died October 12, 1894 in Keels Creek, Ar.. He married MARTHA CLARK. She was born 1823, and died March 18, 1893.

Census of 1850 had Tolbert in Washington and Madison Co's. He must have been on the line. Besides #1. Gemima, the other children were #2,Jeremiah 1849, married 1st Ad Ball, 2nd Rosa Mitchell. #3. John 1850, #4. Lewis 1852, and #5. James b. 12 Aug1855 and died 9 Jan 1922 Carroll Co. Ar. Married Mary Tennessee Hopper.
Tolbert's family went to Carrol Co., Ar. 1880. (This was the family Sarah E. (Hardy's wife) lived with before she went to KS.)

Martha was a dau. of Baptist and Elizabeth Clark

19. i. JEMIMA6 HARP, b. March 13, 1844, Washington Co., Ar; d. November 06, 1892.

9. LEWIS5 HARP (JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born December 28, 1826 in Warren Co. Tn., and died June 24, 1887 in Madison Co. Ar.. He married NANCY M VAUGHAN March 02, 1845 in Washington Co., Ar. She was born April 13, 1828, and died September 30, 1908 in Madison Co. Ar..

Notes for LEWIS HARP:
Lewis served as Corporal in the union army, Civil War, Co.E 1st Ark.Cav. Enrolled at Cassville, Barry Co., Mo. 24 June 1862; discharged 23 Aug. 1865 at Fayetteville, Ark. On his army papers was born Warren Co. TN.
Lewis was 20 and Nancy age 17 when married. Wash. Co. Ar.
1900 census show 11 children born and only 7 living.
#1Nancy Martelia "Teal" b. 13 Apr 1846 Carroll Co. Ar. M. Thomas E. Hudson b. Ca 1850 Ar.
#2 Mary Jane, b. 18 Feb 1848 Carroll Co. D. 21 Feb 1931/32 . Married George Washington Pinkley. They were the parents of Cora who wrote all the books.
#3 William Benton born 18 Oct 1852 married Mary Liza ? had red hair
#4 Delithia Malvina "Viney" b. 10 Oct 1855, Married Oct.13 1881 Josiah Albert Westmoreland.
#5 Arena b. 15 Nov 1858, Married 3 Jul 1886 John T.Johnson.
#6 and #7 Were twins born 4 Mar.1861, Cassville, Mo. John died at birth and James Lane died Manford, Ok. 1941. He married Rhoda Fanning 27 Feb. 1884. #8 Lewis Jr. born 29 Mar 1864 died 26 Feb 1934. Married Mary Jane Smith 8 Jan 1893. Carroll Co. Ar.

Nancy was a daughter of Malinda Vaughan who m. Solomon Stone some years after Nancy was born.

Children of LEWIS HARP and NANCY VAUGHAN are:
i. MARY JANE6 HARP, b. 1848.

Mary Jane Harp married George Washington Pinkley They had 10 children. Cora was the last b. 28 Apr 1892 in Carrol Co. and died in Eureka Spgs. Ar on 7 Jun 1966.
Cora wrote lots of novels about the Harp. They were what she thought she remembered. Lots of the material lead to something else however her having John Harp's father as Phillip had us all going for
a while. A Phillip was in Md. but may be a very distant relative. Her books are great.

ii. LEWIS HARP JR., b. March 20, 1864, Washington Co., Ar; d. February 26, 1934, Carroll Co. Ark.; m. MARY JANE SMITH, January 08, 1893, Carroll Co. Ark.; b. October 14, 1876; d. June 1906.

10. JAMES5 HARP (JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born April 28, 1828 in TN., and died November 21, 1881 in Washington Co. ID. He married SARAH ELIZABETH CLARK April 01, 1846 in Washington Co., AR. She was born April 08, 1832 in TN, and died March 14, 1915 in Freewater, OR.

Notes for JAMES HARP:
James was in 1st Ark Cav, (Union Soldier)Pvt. Joined 24 Jun 1862 Madison Co. AR. at age 35 b. Warren Co. TN.
This family was with our Absolum on the 1880 census, Woodson Co. KS. He was crippled. He had been hurt in the civil war. Sarah received a pension from him in Idaho. This family and Absolum must
have been close as they have records showing this. All of James children were born in Ark. I have corresponded with his Great Grandson. He is a descendent of Hardy and helped me with the following family charts.
They left AR. then Kansas right after the 1880 census they headed to Idaho.
James children are
l. Melvina "Vina" born 1848 m. Dec 1869 to Abram Beach, son of Abram and Elizabeth Beech, b. ca 1848
2. William T b. 16 Jun 1849 Madison Co. AR,d. 31 May 1928, 1870 Milly Jane Hall,d/o Thomas & Lourenia (Holeman) Hall, b ca July 1850 AR
3. Hardy b. 31 May 1852 Berryville, AR, d. 30 Jan/June 1922 Boise, ID, bur. Weiser, ID, m. Oct 1869 in AR to Irena Annabell "Rena" Birkes, d/o George Washington & Elizabeth J. "Betsey" (Biggerstaff) Birkes, b. 26 July 1854 Barry Co., MO, d. 4 Jan 1934 Boise, ID, bur. Weiser, ID.
4. Louis (Lewis?) b. 10 Oct 1852 Eureka Springs, d. 11 Mar 1942 Council, ID m. Emily Biggerstaff.
5. Tolbert b. 22 May1858 AR, d. 17 Dec 1905 Council, ID
6. Martha Margaretta b. 12 Jan, 1860 AR. Married George Robison, (Note same name as my UnclePlus spelling) 3 Jun 1879 (Bk H.p.76) by Edward Chappell, J.P.
7.Louisa Elizabeth "Louisy" b. 9 Jan 1862 AR. d. 20 Sep 1954 Weiser, ID. m. 17 Apr 1878
Barry Co. MO by Edward Chappell, J.P. to George Maddox Winkler, s/o George Andrew II Winkler and Elizabeth Artemicia "Ettie" (Shephard) Winkler, b. 25 Sep 1856, Sandyvile, WVA., d 9 Mar 19120 Council, ID (Marriage record has Lueasy E. Harp)
8. Samuel Harp b. after 1870, m 15 July 1879 Barry Co. MO BK H,p.78) by Edward Chappel, J>P> to Rachel Alice Higgins (Marriage record has Alas)

Sarah is a daughter of Baptist and Elizabeth Clark

Children of JAMES HARP and SARAH CLARK are:
20. i. HARDY6 HARP, b. May 31, 1852, Berryville, Carrol Co. Ark.; d. January 30, 1922, Boise, Ada Co., Idaho.
ii. ELIZABETH L. HARP, b. January 09, 1862, Madison Co. Ark; d. September 20, 1954, Council, Id.; m. GEORGE MADDOX WINKLER, April 17, 1878, Barry Co. Mo.

10 days after the marriage of Eliz and George they left by Wagon
Train for Idaho.
Their children were 1. Alice b. 29 Sep 1879 - Died 23 May 1943.
2. Agnes b. 6 Apr 1881 - d. 22 Dec 1946
3. Maud b. 15 Dec 1883 - d. 1883
4. Arta b. 25 Aug 1887 - d. 9 Jun 1951
5. Mary b. 6 Jan 1890 - d. 23 Apr 1965
6. Ernest b. 15 Sep 1893 - d. 16 Sep 1958
7. George b. 12 Mar 1897 - d. 7 Oct 1976
8. Charles b. 26 Jul 1898 - d. 15 Aug 1978
9. Henry b. 8 Apr 1902 - d. 19 Nov 1967
Child #7 George A Winkler born in Council Id. died in the eterans hospital, LaJalls, Ca. He married Mary Augusta Nichols. 1 Feb 1920. Both are buried San Bernando, Ca. Their children are
1. Maxine C. b. 15 Feb 1922
2. S. June b. 28 Jun 1927
3. George M. b. 10 May 1930
#3 George Maddox Winkler m. Dorothy G. Dickey 22 Sep 1951 Minneapolis, Min. His children are -
1. George A. IV. b. 5 Aug 1955 m. Carla Collier on 22 Mar 1987 they have 1. George M b. 9 Dec 1988 and 2. Ashley A. b. 18 May 1992
2. William R. b. 16 Dec 1956
3. Jana L. b. 10 Jan 1961


We are doing a DNA on Lucy's all girl ancestors to show she is Indian. More later

Lucy and James Henderson had the following children
1. Sara Lucy married John Samsell Stroud in July 1890
2. George Washington His whole family below
3. James b. 1875
4. Calvin b. 1878 He was killed on R.R.
5. Tolbert "Tol". He went to Locust Grove, OK.
6. Major. He went to OK.

Children of LUCY HARP and JAMES HENDERSON are:
i. GEORGE WASHINGTON6 HENDERSON, b. December 10, 1872, Eureka Springs, Ar.; d. February 26, 1942, Bristow, Creek Co, Ok; m. October 25, 1894, Carroll Co. Ark.; m. (2) ADA ALBERTA EDWARDS, October 25, 1894, Carroll Co. Ar.; b. December 10, 1872, Eureka Springs, Ar.; d. February 26, 1942, Bristow, Ok..

George married Ada Alberta Edwards on 25 Oct 1894 Carroll Co. AR. They lived in Bristow, OK
George and Ada had 8 children.
l. Bradford Earl b. 8 Oct 1895 MO. d, 23 Feb 1938 Bristow, OK
2. LeRoy Edward. 3 Nov 1898 Vian, Indian Ter.d. 5 Jun 1970 Bristow,
3. Calvin Ray b. 20 Mar 1901 OK. Ter. d. 28 Jan 1904,
4 Flora Georgia b. 14 Apr 1903 Eureka Springs AR. d. 16 Aug 1991 Phoenix,AZ.
5. Mary Loy, b. 5 May 1905 OK. Terr. M. Frank Drennan
6. Apsie Albert b.23 Jan 1908 OK. D. 5 Jun 1909,
7. John Omer, b. 24 Dec. 1913 Bristow Creek, OK d. 3 Apr 1958 Kingman KS. He had a massive heart attack. m. Naomi Carley 2nd Marriage was Opal Mae Blackwell.
8. Opal Elaine b,17 Feb 1916 Bristow OK. m. L.E. "Bud" Fenton

The descendent of John Omer in Kingman KS gave this information. John Omer died in 1958 in Kingman. From Opal Specht of Kingman, KS.


Generation No. 5

12. NANCY JANE6 HARP (HARDY5, JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born January 1855 in Madison Co. Ar.. She married GEO W. CLARK. He was born 1847.

Children of NANCY HARP and GEO CLARK are:
i. JULIE A7 CLARK, b. 1875.
ii. SARAH E. CLARK, b. 1875.
iii. PRUE CLARK, b. 1888.

13. ARDEMA CLETA B.6 HARP (ABSOLUM A.(APPS OR DOC)5, JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born 1844 in Ar., and died in Skiatook, OK.. She married LLOYD W. DANIELS July 22, 1860 in Barry Co. MO.. He died in Sedan, KS..

Ardemia wrote in her Cherokee Nation affidavit - She knew Nancy Jane Clark (Hardy's dau) very well as Her mother Sarah and my mother Nancy were sisters. Also her father Hardy and my father Absolum were brothers.
Children of ARDEMA HARP and LLOYD DANIELS are:
iv. WILLIAM A. DANIELS, b. 1868, Ks..
v. JOSIAH DANIELS, b. April 13, 1869, Ks.; d. June 29, 1942, Skiatook, Ok..
vi. JOHN DANIELS, b. February 26, 1871, Ks.; d. November 26, 1940, Skiatook, Ok..
vii. BERT M. DANIELS, b. 1876, Ks..
viii. JAMES DANIELS, b. 1879, Ks.; d. 1934, Skiatook, Ok..
14. VIOLET LOUISIE6 HARP (ABSOLUM A.(APPS OR DOC)5, JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born 1846 in AR., and died February 25, 1911 in Woodson Co. Ks.. She married (1) ELIAS D. BLEVINS August 19, 1860 in Barry Co. Mo. He was born 1843 in Ky., and died Aft. 1878 in Woodson Co. Ks.. She married (2) THOMAS W. WHITE October 18, 1880 in Woodson Co. Ks. He was born 1848, and died Unknown. She married (3) JOSHUA MOLLET 1900 in Woodson Co. Ks..
Children of VIOLET HARP and ELIAS BLEVINS are:
i. JAMES LLOYD7 BLEVINS, b. 1862, Mo.
ii. VIOLET E. BLEVINS, b. 1867, Ks.; d. May 01, 1883, had T.B..
iii. GEORGE F BLEVINS, b. 1870, Ks.; d. Locus Grove, Ok.; m. (1) MAUDE UNKNOWN; m. (2) MOLLIE UNKNOWN.
iv. CHARLES B. BLEVINS, b. 1873; d. September 02, 1874, Woodson Co. Ks..
vi. MINNIE B. BLEVINS, b. March 10, 1877, Toronto KS; d. March 20, 1945, Merced, CA; m. ROLLIE ROSS HINDELESOME; b. August 06, 1875, MO; d. December 08, 1951, Madera, California.

They had 5 children: Faye Smith, Dulcia Wilson, Loyd, Herbert and Paul

Children of VIOLET HARP and THOMAS WHITE are:
vii. FRED7 WHITE, b. March 31, 1886, Woodson co. KS; d. October 22, 1951, Madera, California; m. DORA ANN GARDNER, May 26, 1917, Hutchinson, KS; b. November 19, 1883, Tampa, KS; d. December 17, 1938, Marion, KS.
viii. LAURA ADDIE WHITE, b. August 13, 1881, Woodson co. KS; d. July 03, 1963, Wilson Co. KS.; m. HIRAM WESLEY ( WES) COOPER, September 11, 1898, Woodson Co. KS..

Their children were Allen C. b. June 1899, Leo b. ca 1901 m. Anna V. Spillman 27 Sep 1921
George C. b. 24 June 1901 d. 18 Feb 1972 buried in Little sandy Cemetery:
Lewis Charles b. 1904 d. 1974 b. Little Sandy Cem.
William Vance b. 3 Jan 1908 Middletown, KS. m. Dorothy Jan Williamson 5 Dec 1928, married Hazel Howery 1948 Divorced. m. Eunice Smith 1962
Reta b. ab 1911
Frances b. ca 1913 m. Donald Robert Muldrew 17 Mar 1947
Bert b. 15 Jun 1916
Hazel Edna b. 15 Oct 1916 d. 8 Sep. 1917 b. Little Sandy Cem.
Ila b.15 Jun 1918 d.2 Nov 1919 buried Little Sandy Cem

15. JOHN CALVIN6 HARP (ABSOLUM A.(APPS OR DOC)5, JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born December 09, 1848 in AR., and died December 15, 1931 in Skiatook, OK.. He married (1) REBECCA. She was born March 21, 1858, and died August 30, 1876 in Woodson co., Ks. He married (2) MARY JANE DANIEL March 05, 1880 in Woodson Co. KS.. She was born July 19, 1859, and died December 22, 1939 in Skiatook, OK..

Notes for REBECCA:
Rebecca was buried in the Big Sandy Cem. south of Toronto, KS. The stone has Rebecca wife of John C. Harp. Her age and death. There was a child Rebecca Harp died Big Sandy and was b. 28 Feb 1875 and d. 30 Aug 1876
Note John m. Mary Jane 1880.

Child of JOHN HARP and REBECCA is:
i. REBECCA7 HARP, b. February 28, 1875, Woodson Co. Ks; d. August 30, 1876, Woodson Co. Ks.

Children of JOHN HARP and MARY DANIEL are:
ii. FREDDIE7 HARP, b. April 21, 1887, Woodson Co. Ks; d. October 27, 1888, Woodson Co. Ks.
iii. GEORGE H. HARP, b. April 13, 1889, Skiatook, Ok.; d. November 16, 1901, Skiatook, Ok..

16. JEFFERSON COLUMBUS(STUMP)6 HARP (ABSOLUM A.(APPS OR DOC)5, JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born May 23, 1850 in AR., and died May 02, 1932 in Vinita, OK.. He married MARGARET CLARK July 30, 1876 in Washington Co., AR. She was born January 14, 1855 in AR., and died March 06, 1897 in OK..

Jefferson was on the 1860 census in Barry Co. as Columbus.

Margaret was a daughter of Hiram and Nancy (Smith) Clark. the same as Rose Harp.

i. LENNA BUNICIA.(BELL)7 HARP, b. April 10, 1877, KS; d. August 31, 1960, Bartlesville OK..

Jeff and Emma or Bunicia? received land 8 Nov 1919 deed book 51, pg 501 Madison Co. Ar. Also the same day Rosa Clark Harp dau of Hiram Clark received land . It had to be a settlement as Emma's mother was already dead.
Lenna Bell on her stone. She, Her Husband Benjamin W. Mizer, Jeff, and 2 or her 3 children are buried in the family plot in Memorial Park cemetery at Bartlesville, Ok.
Lenna married Ben Mizer on Oct 12 1896 in Independence, KS.

17. WILLIAM M.6 HARP (ABSOLUM A.(APPS OR DOC)5, JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born April 22, 1856 in MO, and died March 09, 1941 in Sedan, KS.. He married ROSE CLARK Abt. 1894. She was born November 29, 1876.

Notes for WILLIAM M. HARP:
Uncle Bill had a farm South of Sedan on the way to Elgin. Elgin is where some of the William T. family settled. He didn't think they were relation according to Mother.
When he passed away he had a 1923 Ford (I think) I know it was old and it only had 2 or 3 thousand miles on it. I saw it in 1940.
Aunt Rose and Uncle Bill are both buried in the Greenwood Cemetery at Sedan Kansas.

i. LEAFA VIOLET7 HARP, b. November 25, 1919, Chautauqua Co Ks; m. WILLIAM ANDREW DENICK, February 25, 1942, Sedan Ks, Chautauqua Co Ks; b. July 06, 1919, Sedan Ks, Chautauqua Co Ks.

Leafa was adopted by Uncle Bill and Aunt Rose when she was a little over 1 year old.
Leatha Violet Harp wrote in the Sedan Times-Star dated 16 Dec 1926. Dec. 11, 1926, Dear Santa: My name is Leatha Violet Harp. I am seven years old. I am going to school and am through my primer and
ready for the first reader. I want a blackboard and story book and would love to have a willow buggy for my Flossie dolly. I want some candy, nuts, and oranges, and I want my mama to get me a nice red coat
and red hat. From Leatha Violet Harp.

18. SARAH ELIZABETH6 HARP (ABSOLUM A.(APPS OR DOC)5, JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born August 12, 1858 in Bates Co., Mo., and died July 19, 1938 in Wilson Co., Ks. N., of Coyville, Ks.. She married FRANCIS MITCHEL HENLEY December 24, 1876 in Woodson Co. Ks.. He was born January 10, 1854 in Dade Co. Mo., and died January 12, 1924 in Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co..

The Harp family came to Kansas in 1864 from Barry Co. Mo.
Grandma Henley was well liked and know all over the Big Sandy area as Aunt Sis.
Zoe told stories that Grandma Sarah and their family went to White river area (probably southern Mo.) to buy cows. They drove them to Kansas on foot.
Grandpa Henley and Aunt Lela died the same day so Uncle Curt moved in with Grandma.
Floyd said Grandma told about sending the dogs up what was then called Harp Hallow, just above their home. They came back bringing deer. The Harp's would shoot them and that was their meat. They lived just south of Big Sandy school right near the Woodson and Wilson Co. line.
Grandma was a very sweet little lady. She was liked by all. You can tell this by the number that came to her birthday party. Article in back of this book. She was a good cook. I can remember her always cooking or out with the chickens and garden. She would kill a chicken and we had it that day for dinner. Of course there was no iceboxes in those days.
Ella Mae remembers the hollyhocks, garden and chickens. Also a red stone rock made into a game near the kitchen steps, little yellow sticky roses, and gooseberries.
Grandma made jelly out of anything wild. I can remember her simmering Apple peelings from a pie and making Jelly.
Floyd told about my Dad (Wm Wilson)and his Dad (Uncle Curt) picking a basket of wild grapes. They were thick on the creek. They were going to make wine, but Grandma had them in jelly by the time
they came back. Uncle Curt and Daddy got more and made their drink.
Ella Mae also tells about Grandma's pantry and wanting a piece of her good chocolate cake with white icing, but knew she would get into trouble. Cecil told her to cut a thin piece clear across the pan and Grandma wouldn't know. It worked.
Ella Mae also remembers the long lane to the house and the path to river. She wondered how her mother ever got down there to ice skate. Of course, Zoe was raised in this house and Marie was born in
this house.
Uncle Curt told me they moved the house to near Coyville, KS. and when they tore it down it was all made of walnut. It was a small 3 room house with a curtain between beds in the bed room. Now all our
grandchildren have to have a bedroom of their own.

The Henley family came from Dade Co Mo in 1857 to Humbolt, KS. then moved to Woodson Co. to do farming. Francis stayed there and we still have cousins in the area.
A story handed down has Francis courting Sarah and another man wanted her hand. He called for a duel with Grandpa, but he didn't show up, giving Grandpa and open field.
In the Toronto Republican newspaper was the following: 25 Years Ago items taken from the Yates Center News. Oct. 3 1913.
Frank Henly was in town Saturday carrying around a harness tug and looking for the editor. He merely wished to pay his subscription, however. Frank had just sold over $l000 worth of cattle and hogs and said if he could sell two or three teams of horses and mules he'd be dad-binged if he didn't spend the winter in Arkansas.
Frank belonged to the Grange close to where he lived and also to the Knights of Pythais in Yates Center.
There are pictures in the back showing different times the Henley family hayed for other people with large operations.

Children of SARAH HARP and FRANCIS HENLEY are:
i. SUSIE MAY7 HENLEY, b. May 09, 1878, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.; d. February 02, 1955, Yates Center, Ks.; m. GEORGE WINFIELD ROBISON, October 15, 1899, Woodson Co. Ks.; b. March 24, 1874, Fontana, Linn Co.Ks.; d. June 18, 1959, Yates Center, Ks. Woodson, Co..

Aunt May was a joy to be around. The time I remember most was in l945 when Duane went overseas, Ella Mae and I were headed home and went by to see everyone in eastern Kansas. Aunt May went to the smokehouse for some ham and made ham and gravy. She made everything taste good.
When they were in Midian 1918, Aunt May cooked for some of the boys working in the oil fields.
Aunt May met Uncle George at a dance in Toronto. He had started to California with a friend and saw May and that was as far as he went.
George brought Aunt May a little bouquet of field flowers once when Ada was there.
On Sunday Oct 15, 1899, Mr. George W. Robison and May Henley were united in marriage at the residence of the bride's parents', Mr.& Mrs. F.M. Henley, in Belmont township, Elder G.H. Lamb, of the Christian Church at this place, officiating.
About 50 of the neighbors and friends of the families were present as guests of the occasion. A most excellent dinner was served immediately after the marriage ceremony. The bride is the eldest daughter of our esteemed friend, F.M. Henley and was born and raised in Woodson Co. The groom is a prosperous young farmer from Linn Co. and is also a native of Kansas.
They were the recipients of many useful and valuable presents from their many friends, and start out in life under the most favorable circumstances. (from George Robison, a grandson)

George was pipeline yardmaster of the teamsters for Empire when he was in Midian,KS. They went back to the farming in 1921.

ii. JOHN WALTER HENLEY, b. January 12, 1881, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.; d. July 11, 1898, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co..

John was riding a horse across a branch of the Big Sandy when the horse reared and fell backward across him almost crushing him and inflicting injuries where the saddle horn hit him causing his death.

iii. WILLIE BLAIN HENLEY, b. March 07, 1884, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.; d. July 11, 1885, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co..
iv. FANNIE PEARL HENLEY, b. February 16, 1886, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.; d. November 11, 1981, Hutchinson, Ks.; m. WILLIAM PATRICK FITZMORRIS, September 12, 1905, St Ignatus Catholic Church, Neodesha, Ks; b. September 26, 1879, Wilson Co. Ks.; d. March 10, 1940, Coyville, Wilson Co., Ks..

Ada tells about Aunt Fannie and Nancy (Clemmens) Harp sleeping together when she was a little girl. Grandma would have her wear a little cap on her head to keep her hair pretty.
They were farmers.
Fannie made the best homemade ice cream and angel food cake.
A story about Fannie was when Bill got their first car, a 1926 Model T. Sometime later they were going up a hill south of their place. At the top it was steep. Bill wasn't a good driver and put on the clutch. The car started rolling backward and Fammie jumped out. When Bill looked back he had run over her leg fortunatley only her an ego was damaged.
v. EDMUND WARREN HENLEY, b. September 23, 1889, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.; d. December 15, 1906, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co..

Sarah, Francis and Ed spent several months in Skiatook, OK. in 1903-04 as we found where Ed went to the Friends Mission School those years.
A brother (John Harp) of Sarah (Harp) Henley lived in Skiatook. Ed was never well. They went down to the warmer climate.
vi. CURTIS FLOYD HENLEY, b. October 02, 1893, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.; d. March 16, 1980, Fredonia, Ks. Hospital; m. LELA CLINESMITH, January 06, 1915, Wilson Co., Ks.; b. July 27, 1894, Wilson Co., Ks. N., of Coyville, Ks.; d. January 12, 1924, Wilson Co., Ks. N., of Coyville, Ks..
Always busy with his farm. There was a time he worked in the oil field as most people did to try to make extra. This was in Midian,KS.
He liked to go to dances and baseball games. We all had very little entertainment back in those days.
vii. ZOE FRANCES HENLEY, b. June 23, 1901, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.; d. April 17, 1987, Newton Mem Hosp., Winfield, Ks.CowleyCo.; m. (1) WILLIAM CLEOPHAS (BLACKIE) WILSON, March 23, 1921, Yates Center, Ks. Woodson, Co.; b. July 08, 1897, Montpelier, In., Blackford, Co.; d. September 10, 1960, Sterling, Ks.; m. (2) HERMON MATTENLEY, November 14, 1964, Granville Co. NC; b. February 17, 1895; d. April 03, 1974, Granville Co. NC.
William was the son of Joseph Smith Wilson and Ruetta Ralston in Adams Co. Oh. According to William's Aunt Ettie who took care of him when he was born, William weighed 1 1/2 lbs. Aunt Ettie told Mother she could have put her wedding ring up his arm.
William died of a heart attack which he thought was just an upset stomach. He was in World War 1, drafted in 1918 from Tulsa, Ok. He was in only 3 months and was in the hospital with the flu when the war was over. War records show him as being 5'6" tall, black hair, brown eyes, and medium complexion. We considered him to be dark complected. He had no white hair when he died at 63.
He was living at Meade, KS. but was visiting his daughter Marie when he became ill.
He worked in the oil field in Indiana when he was 16 years old. He came to ElDorado, KS. after his Uncle Emet Ralston and Uncle Cliff Ralston wrote telling him there was plenty of work in Kansas. This was about 1916. He worked in the oil field all his life as a driller and Supt. for Phillips Oil Co. near ElDorado and Lost Springs,KS. The last company was Skelly Oil Co. for 25 years. He was a district Supt.
He was an avid fisherman and hunter. He always had a bird dog and was known to double on quail many times. It was said that he could killed 2 birds at one shot.

19. JEMIMA 6 HARP (TOLBERT5, JOHN C.HARP 4 JR., JOHN HARP 3 SR.,UNKnOWN 2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born March 13, 1844 in Washington Co., Ar, and died November 06, 1892. She married DAVID WORLEY. He was born November 1838 in Ar., and died Abt. 1903.
Notes for JEMIMA HARP:
Jemima and David Worley's children were #l William 1866-1903 m.
Sophronia Lee,
#2 Hiram 1869-1936 m. Anne Jane Smith 1 child Cleo Anne. m.
second wife Martha Louise Nelson. and had 4 children, Theodore b
1893, Mary b 1897, Joe Cecil and Lena Fern.
#3. Sarah Jane b 1874,
#4 Lewis b 1877-1947, m. Viola Myers 1889-1909 had 1.Charles R.
Worley. Lewis's
2nd wife Cora Clemintine Johnson Had l.Frank Howard, 2.Marie
Nettie, 3.Thelma Myrl, 4.Carlene Myrtle,
3rd wife of Lewis is Lutie Mae Dunn 1896-1952. their
children were 1.Floyd Hubert m. Iva Jean Matthews they had 1.Larry Joe
b 1957 m. Teresa Lea Mullins b.1961, had 1.Floyd Lynn 1978
Other children of Lewis and Lutie Mae are Della Mae m.
Ralston Cathey, Loretta m Perry William, Joetta m. J.T.Littrell and
Billy Dean m. Judith Evans.
#5 Joseph b. 1879-1954,m.Grace Graham 1888-1941 They had Robert
E. Lewis, Hugh, Homer, Leslie, Mildred.
#6 David 1882-1937 m Minnie Myttle Webb
#7 Mary 1888-1961. m Clarence Southerland
This is all from Larry Worley.
20. HARDY 6 HARP (JAMES5, JOHN C.HARP4 JR., JOHN HARP3 SR., OUR UNKOWN2 HARP ??, OLDEST UNKOWN1) was born May 31, 1852 in Berryville, Carrol Co. Ark., and died January 30, 1922 in Boise, Ada Co., Idaho. He married RENA BURKES. She was born July 26, 1854 in Barry Co. Mo., and died January 04, 1934 in Boise, Ada Co., Idaho.

Notes for HARDY HARP:
Hardy was a logger.
You can tell by birth of his children when they got to Idaho. I would guess James and Sarah (Sally) went with them also.
His children l. Ulyses Grant b. 24 Jun 1872 Ar. d. 4 May 1943 Boise, Idaho. He married Sarah Hall, Their children-Goldie, Harry, Clarence, & Marion.
2. William Sefus (Bill) b. 25 Jan 1876, Died Clarks Fork, Idaho. married Nettie Huff. No Children.
3. Sarah b. 8 Oct. 1878 Ark. d. 14 Feb 1879.
4. Edger Everett (Ed) b. 16 Jun 1881Cascade (Indian Valley) Idaho, D. 8 Feb. 1943. Brookhart. no state. Married Luella Cornelia. Children-Everett, Thelma and Merl.
5. Jake b. 1888, Married Josephine Hull.
6. Jasper (Jess) b. 14 Mar 1883 in Indian Valley, died. Clarks Fork, Idaho. He married Lillian May.
7. Dora May b. 25 May 1885, Eagle (Dry Creek) Id. d. 9 Mar 1970 Clarks Fork. married Charles Abbott. No children
8. Nora b. 1889, married George Paddock.
9. is Dewey Orval

i. DEWEY ORVAL7 HARP, b. May 02, 1898, Eagle, Idaho; d. January 15, 1972, Susanville Larse, Cal.; m. THELMA LUCILLE FROST, July 22, 1918, Boise, Idaho; b. June 14, 1901, Teller, Colorado.

Dewey was a logger in 10 western states. Mainly Idaho and California.
Dewey had 3 children.
1. Orville Douglas b. 9 Aug 1921 Boise. Id. Married Bettie Helen Castro, 15 Jun 1947 Chico, Butte Co. Cal.
2. Burton Ray b. 11 Mar 1927 Boise, Id. Married 21 Mar 1948 Susanville, Cal. to Juanita Geraldine Leitaker.
3. Marian Halbert b. 8 Jan 1930 Meridian, Idaho. Married Leah Diane Beckley 7 Jun 1953.
Orville is the one that writes me. He lives in Gridley Calif. Was a teacher and belongs to the Presbyterian church. Bettie is also a teacher They have 2 sons.
1. Robert Douglas b. 31 Mar 1960 at Yuba City, Calif. He married Laura Susan Liccardo 16 June 1984 Santa Clara Calif. Divorced. Married Lynn Marie Thompson b. 17 Nov 1960 Sacramento, Ca. They
have a son Jarred Joseph Harp b. 28 Feb1995 in Chico, Ca.
2. Richard Ray b. 6 Jan 1962 Yuba City, Ca. He married Karen Marie Nunes on 6 Dec 1986 Gridley Ca. They have one son Joseph Brad Harp b. 25 Jul 1995 in Yuba City, Ca.
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