John Casper Morrow (1860-1943), son of Joseph and Sarah A. Morrow, was living with his wife Belle Hooks Morrow (1860-1923) and 14-year-old son, Frank, on West Court Street in Piggott in 1910 and was a clerk in a dry goods store. His son, Raymond, and his wife, Sadie, and son, Milan T., lived next door. Another son, Harley Alvin Morrow, and his wife, Myrtle, and son, Brock, lived on Fourth Street. Another son, Roy Morrow, who arrived about 1900 and then went to Campbell for a short period, was a professional baseball player. John was born in Paulding Co., Ohio and his wife and boys were also born in Ohio., John and Belle were married in Ohio and are both buried in the Piggott Cemetery. In 1920 they had a granddaughter, Lena Belle Morrow, living with them.
Harley A. Morrow (1883-1962), son of John and Belle, was born in Ohio, died in Little Rock, and is buried in Piggott. He married Lela Pinkston of Piggott in Aug.,, 1906. HE married Myrtle L. Long of Piggott in Dec. 1906, and they had Brock L. (1910-1985). He married Ada Adeline Grigsby, daughter of Amander C. Fanny Grason Grigsby and she died in 1925 and is buried in Piggott. His fourth marriage was to Ethel Smith Hayden. His fifth marriage was to Maggie Myers. He had another son, Sgt. Thomas Oliver Morrow (Keggy) (1918-1945) who was killed in action in Germany. Harley served as City Clerk and as Mayor in 1947-48 in Piggott. HE lived most of his adult life in Piggott.
Joseph Leroy (Roy) Morrow (1886-1964), son of John and Belle, had a daughter, Lena Belle (1917-1959) who married Jerry G. Morris and lived in Fort Worth. At her death she left her mother, Mrs. W. C. Stevenson (Inez), her husband, and a son, Jerry Freddie, of Fort Worth, Texas. Roy had married Inez Travis of Marmaduke, May 1, 1916. Roy’s second marriage was to Sudie Bratcher Simpson (1888-1960), daughter of Moses and Alsey Jane Barnwell Bratcher, on Sept. 19, 1921 in East Prairie, Mo., and they had Jean Larue and Florence Junell Morrow. Sudie’s first marriage in 1908 was to Dr. William Bailey Simpson who practiced in Greenway and Piggott, and they had a son who died at age six. At one time, Sudie had been the housekeeper for the doctor and his first wife. Dr. Bailey had started as a dentist but changed to medicine after a lack o dental patients. He still pulled teeth for free for his regular patients. HE and his first wife, Fredonia E., had two children, Edna who died at age four, and Lalla R. married Frank Underwood. Roy Morrow was a professional baseball pitcher in a Texas-Oklahoma League, the All-American Ladies Baseball Club in the South and the “Kitty” League. HE came to Piggott about 1900 and had a Photography studio in Campbell for awhile. HE opened a studio about 1915 in his home on Front Street and was noted for his sign painting in the area. Jean Larue (1922-1996) was noted for his fast running and touchdowns for the Piggott Football Team, and went to Michigan after graduating and married there. Junell married Lemuel Nettles of Piggott and they went to Kansas. After Roy became an invalid and entered the Campbell Nursing Home, Sudie also went to Albion, Michigan where her son lived to work with the Albion College Housekeeping Department from 1955-1959 when she retired. She is buried in Albion, and Roy who outlasted her four eyars is buried in Piggott.
George Raymond Morrow (1887-1968), son of John and Belle, was born in Paulding, Ohio and died in Florida. HE and his wife are buried in the Miami Memorial Park Cemetery. He was married to Sarah Francis Estes Trammel (1888-1975) on April 12, 1908 in Clay County. By 1940, they had these children: Milan T., John Franklin, and George R. Morrow. In 1940, John Casper, his father, was living with them. The family lived in Clay County in 1910. In 1920, 1930, and 1940, they were in Miami, Ohio. Sometime after that, they moved to Florida where they died.
Franklin H. Morrow (1895-1982), son of John and Belle, was born in Paulding Co., Ohio and died in Cape Girardeau, Jackson Co., Mo. He is buried at Walnut Grove Cemetery, Newport, Jackson Co., Ark. HE married Elizabeth Bowen 15 July, 1925 in Jackson Co., Ark. His wife died in 1978 and they have a double stone in Jackson County. HE attended four years of college and became a Civil Engineer and worked for the government. In 1918, he registered in Clay County, and in WWII he registered in Norfolk, Va. In 1940, they were in Washington D. C. and had one child, Betty B, aged 12.