|The Family Of Joseph W. (Joe) Harper In Dunklin
County, Holcomb Township, Holcomb, Missouri
|People in the picture below from left to right are: Joseph
W. (Joe) Harper turned around facing the barn, Joseph
"Bland" Harper, and Fannie Rudder Harper.
|Joseph W. (Joe) Harper died on February 5, 1907.
According to the Federal Census of 1920 by 1920 Fannie
Rudder Harper was married to Tobe London Marlow who
was born on November 28, 1850 in Obion County,
Tennessee and died in 1925 in Dunklin County, Holcomb,
Fannie Rudder Harper Marlow died on February 8, 1931 in
Dunklin County, Holcomb, Missouri and was buried in the
Stanfield Cemetery, Dunklin County, Freeborn Township
(Close to Clarkton), Missouri. Her death was reported by
Joseph "Bland" Harper. Her funeral was done by Lentz
To view a copy of the death certificate of Fannie Rudder
Harper Marlow please go to Harper-Page 19.
To view maps of Dunklin County, Missouri please click on
the links below:
First link to a map of Dunklin County, Missouri.
Second link to a map of Dunklin County, Missouri.
To get more detailed information about Dunklin County,
Missouri and the towns that make up the county please click
on the link below:
Source Citation: Federal Census Year: 1900; Census
Place: Holcomb Island, Dunklin, Missouri; Roll: T623
854; Page: 19A; Enumeration District: 45.
Source Citation: Federal Census Year: 1920;Census
Place: Freeborn, Dunklin, Missouri; Roll: T625_909;
Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 74; Image: 1129.
Sometime between March 1883 and August 1884 the family
of Joseph W. (Joe) Harper moved from Dyer County,
RoEllen, Tennessee to Dunklin County, Holcomb Township,
Once the family of Joseph W. (Joe) Harper had moved to
Dunklin County, Holcomb Township, Holcomb, Missouri
Joseph (Joe) and his wife Fannie had two more children: 1)
William (Will) Harper who was born in August 1884 and 2)
Harper who was born on June 26, 1896 in Kennett,