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'The Harper House is at the extreme left.  Confederate scout Bill Harper killed here during the civil war. The little log house in the center was the home of Leonard and Phebe Hinkle Harper for about nine years.  Ther were married Dec. 19, 1816.  They lived at Mouth of Seneca four years.  Then lived near the Old Cave School House seven years (now Riley Kimble place.)  So they would have moved to this log house about 1827.  They built the large house here seen to the left in 1836.  This farm is 8 miles above Circleville and was long known as the Meadows.  Leonard and Phebe had three sons and six daughters. Later Leonard H. Hammer lived here and raised his family of two sons and six daughters.  Then his son John and Ada his wife lived here and the farm was in the family continuously until she was killed Sept. 9, 1925.  The boy in the foreground is Luther Hammer.'
'The old Harper home was built before 1818.'
Carrie Harper Harman (on right) and unidentified woman sitting on a bench.
Harper family from Pendleton County at Maryland Casualty Company office.
Portrait of Charles Harper, born March 9, 1862, died October 12, 1947.
Portrait of the Harper family.
Carrie and Lester Harper from Pendleton County, W. Va.
Carrie Harper Harman (on right) and sister Betty Brody Teter (on left).
Carrie Harper Harman (on right) and unidentified woman looking at a book.
Portrait of the Harper family.  Pictured are Charles and Loretta, parents, Carrie Harper, daughter, and Mary Alice, Carrie's daughter.
Unidentified members of the Harper family with puppies.