2005 Harper Reunion Photo
Make plans to join us for the 2006 Annual Harper Reunion, which will be held on Sunday, May 28, 2006. We eat at 1:00pm, and folks start showing up around noon. Dinner is pot luck, so bring your favorite dish. Be prepared to spend the afternoon talking with old (and new) friends and relatives. Also be prepared for any kind of weather. It can be anywhere from a cold, rainy 45 degrees to a warm, sunny 75 degrees. It's best to be prepared! The reunion is held on the Buzz & Willard Harper farm in Harman, WV. If you're coming from the east, go three miles east of Harman on Rt. 33, and turn left at the "Jacob C. Harper Cemetery" sign. If you're coming from the west from the Seneca Rocks region, check your odometer when you see the elevation sign at the top of Allegheny Mountain; go exactly 1.4 miles and turn right at the "Jacob C. Harper Cemetery" sign. This will be a gravel road; the road splits in two places - bear to the right at both places - and continue for 1/2 mile to the pavilion. Hope to see you there!
Harper Family Newsletters:
2005 Harper Family
2004 Harper Family
2003 Harper Family Newsletter
2002 Harper Family Newsletter
2001 Harper Family Newsletter
2000 Harper Family Newsletter
1999 Harper Family Newsletter
1998 Harper Family Newsletter
1997 Harper Family Newsletter
1996 Harper Family Newsletter
250 Years of Harpers in America
Read about the biggest Harper Reunion there ever was!
It was held the weekend of August 11-13, 2000
Bell's Research Trip to Germany
Documentation for the Harpers in Germany. Click here to read about
the Harper Family across the seas.
Click below to see the six photographs that Tom took while he was in Germany:
|Kirchberg #1||Kirchberg #2||Kirchberg #3|
|Niederweiler #1||Niederweiler #2||Niederweiler #3|
"Genealogy of Philip Harper the Pioneer 1712 - 1798"
Philip Herper bp. 27 Sep1712, Niederweiler, Rheinland Pfalz, Germany, d. 14 Feb 1798, Macksville, Pendleton County, Virginia (West Virginia), son of Johann Adam Herper of Barenbach and Eva Catharina Faller of Niederweiler
Genealogy of Jacob Harper the Pioneer 1726 - 1803
Harper Family History 1713 - 1995
Ordering information for the family history book is available here. Source Documentation for the information on The Harper Family Page is available in this book (Unfortunately, working full-time doesn't give me time to answer individual questions regarding where I got source information for a specific name, date or place, so I put it all in this book.)
Here are some Harper photos to gaze at when you have free time.
Hosted by Eddie Jory, Huntsville, Alabama
Virginia History Heros
The Harper family is in the news!
HARPER CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
The Harper Cemetery Association was set up to maintain and care for the Harper Family Cemeteries. It also provide support for many important research activities. Its objective is to create a perpetual fund for the upkeep and maintenance of these cemeteries. Contributions can be made to: Eleanor Harper Nestor, Treasurer, HC 66 Box 10B, Hendricks, WV 26271
Donated to West Virginia Libraries
See newspaper article and photograph of Ted McDonald in Franklin, West Virginia.
Carolyn Lyles has a number of unidentified photos from Pendleton County (possibly the Timber Ridge area which she believes were taken around 1910. Click here to take a look at them.
Pay a visit to the library in Franklin, Pendleton County, West Virginia. They have a great research room, and Charlie Bates, the Librarian, is very knowledgeable and helpful.
and Found Department:
If you have any Harper photos or documents or, if you are looking for any Harper items.
If you have a Harper Reunion that you would like listed on this page, please send me the information and I'll post it for you. Be sure to include directions, what people should bring (ex. covered dish), time, date and place.
Your Harper Queries
If you have a question you would like to post for other Harper researchers to see, this is the place. Just email it to me (see below), and I'll put it on the page. Be sure to check out the queries already posted!
in Colonial America for our Early Harper Pioneer Ancestors
Click here to read about life the way it was lived back then.
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The Harper Cemetery Association of West Virginia
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