Marcus (Mark) Landrum Morrow (1816-1876) was born in Rutherford Co., N. C. to James Guiles and Elizabeth Baxter Suittles Morrow, and is buried in Mars Hill Cemetery beside his second wife, Harriet Williams Morrow. His first marriage was to Mary Bowman in N. C., and they had one child, Arrena W. Morrow Page Bellew who died in Georgia. Harriet (1818-1880) had six children: Martha, Jame Alphus, Sophrona, Calvin Wall, John Landrum Morrow, and Marcus Lafayette Williams Morrow. The family spent time in North and South Carolina as some of the children were born in South Carolina. They show up in Clay County, Ark. sometime before Marcus dies in 1876. Marcus is buried beside his second wife in Mars Hill Cemetery.
James Alphus Morrow (1848-1917), son of Marcus and Harriet, was born in North Carolina and died in Quay, New Mexico and was brought back to be buried with no marker in Mars Hill Cemetery. His wives have markers. James is first shown on the 1880 census in Clay County. His first marriage was to Mary Catherine Burton, daughter of Hugh Burton, before 1871 and they had (1) Montaville V. Morrow (1871-1946) who was married four times. Montaville married Mary E. Crews in Jan. 1893 and they had Oliver, Cleo, Robert O., and Gladys who married Max Melton and Horace Russell, a railroad engineer. His second marriage was to M. Daisy Thomas in 1901, and they had Allis who died young. His third marriage was to Ida C. Lawrence, daughter of Haywood and Jane Brashear Lawrence, in 1902 and they had Lora Anderson, Vera married Andrew Earlie Parrish, Irma married C. L. Parish, and James Lawrence who married Edna Lingle, a schoolteacher of Piggott. His fourth marriage was to Willie Dortha Lamb in 1927. Montaville was in the mercantile business as a young man. He first operated a store in Greenway, then Pollard, and had a store in McDougal up to two years before his death. He was one of the first to have a store in McDougal. He was the first Postmaster after McDougal got a post office Sept. 18, 1916. (2) Joseph Morrow (1873 - ). (3) Robert Henry Morrow (1874-1944) married Martha Jane Holifield, daughter of Greene Berry and Mary Cummings Holifield and they had Dolphia G. and Mary Eula. (4) John L. Morrow (1875- ) married Julia Boyd and Ann Dodd. (5) Effie A. Morrow (1877-1886). (6) Herbert Alphus Morrow (1882-1945) married Lela Pinkston and had Lillie and Ann Pate Fuqua, and they had May who married M. D. Bridges, an Infant, Clara Ada James Clyde married Mima Carter and died in Texas, And Eunice married a Belliew. James bought three tracks of land from the Little Rock Land Office in 1879, 18836, and 1889 totaling 360 acres, all in Sec. 76, township 20, range 7, including a homestead.
Calvin Wall Marrow (1851-1900), son of Marcus and Harriet, was born in S. Carolina and is buried in Mars Hill. In 1879, he married Martha Elizabeth Gordon, daughter of Jacob F. and Mary Adeline Ozier Gordon, and they had (1) Harriet Anne Morrow (1880-1966) who married William Henry Wimberley and head Lila Fitzgerald (James H.), Lena Davis (Hazel), and William Earl Wimberley. (2) Jacob Ethridge Morrow (1883-1937) married Sarah Francis Deniston in 1905 and had Rachell Burchett (Orval Z.), Elsie Mae Parrish (Furman), Lillian, and Dora E. McCoy (Austin). (3) Hattie F. Morrow (1886-1966) married Edgar C. Martin and had Leslie, Byrl, Willis, and Imogene. (4) Edna Fannie Morrow (1890-1970) married Ezra W. Gordon and had Naomi Burns, Flora Russell, Wallice Calvin, Mary, Edmonda, and three preceded the mother. (5)Minnie L. Morrow (1894-1981). (6) Mary A. Morrow (1894-1983). (7) Goldie M. Morrow (1911-1911).