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Harper Census Project – 1790, 1800, 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850 Harper Tax Lists – 1780, 1779, 1793, 1816, 1842 1780 Dobbs, North Carolina Tax List 1790 North Carolina, Craven (Newbern District) John Harper, p. 436 (Series M:637 Roll:7) 1790 CRAVEN Thomas HARPER-one over-6 females Robert-one over 16 Abram-2 over, 2 under-5 feemales Peter-one over John-one…Read More
1810 Johnston County, North Carolina transcription – Henry, William, Abel, Arthur 1810 Arthur Sasser – Johnston County, North Carolina 1810 Henry Sasser – Johnston County, North Carolina 1810 Johnson County, NC Sassers 1810 William Sasser – Johnston County, North Carolina 1820 Elizabeth Sasser – Johnson County, North Carolina 1820 Elizabeth Sasser, Abel Sasser page 2…Read More
JACOB HATCH Jacob Hatch was the son of John Hatch and Elizabeth Walden. According to the Payson Ward LDS records, he was born22 April 1786, in Spencer,Worchester,Massachusetts. Several different birth dates have been given, some by Jacob himself, but this one appears to be the most accurate. In his military record, he stated that his…Read More
THOMAS HARRIS 4 Mar 1738 – 29 Mar 1821 and LETTICE BRYON 15 Feb 1743 – 26 Jan 1818 Thomas was born in Woolhope and Lettice in Fownhope, Herefordshire, England, both about ten miles south of Marden. They were married in Woolhope on 18 Jan 1764. No information is available regarding lifestyle or occupation. Herefordshire…Read More
Compiled and written by David M. Smith (3rd great grandson) In searching for the right words to describe Thomas Henry Clark many came to mind. He was a great leader, a tough resilient pioneer, dedicated Bishop, zealous missionary and devoted family man. He was a man of many paradoxes, a noted athlete but a humble…Read More
Welcome to the Family History and Research Website of the Joseph Theron and Neva Almira Harper Smith Family We would like to make the years of research available to anyone who might benefit from it. Through sacrifice by many people of time and money and with the invention of the internet, we are able to…Read More