Morrow family documents on this site . . .

Bible entries of the family of James Alphus Morrow of Piggott, Clay County, Arkansas.

Census records of the households of James Alphus Morrow (1880 and 1900, Clay County, Arkansas) and his father, Marcus Morrow (1860, Polk County, North Carolina).

The mystery of "Clara's girl ovations" discussion with photos.

"Proud of his wife, a former Tucumcari girl" letter to the editor of the Tucumcari News, circa 1930, by A.H. Rue.

Four letters to Rotha, May-June 1935, from her mother, Clara Ada Morrow Brooks Nutt.

Letter of James Lawrence Morrow of Piggott, Arkansas [b. 1913 in Piggott, son of Montraville Morrow and Ida C. Lawrence Morrow, circa 1968, to his sisters Vera Morrow Parrish and Erma Morrow Parrish, both then of Wayne County, Michigan.

Letter of James Lawrence Morrow ibid., 4 February 1974, to 1c2r Thomas Rue then of Lawrenceville, New Jersey (similar content as above letter).

Four letters to Rotha, May-June 1935, from her mother, Clara Ada Morrow Brooks Nutt.

Autobiographical statement by Opal Brooks Rue, 1975.

A story of your grandmother, Opal, by Rotha B. MacKay, 1976.

Related External Links...

The Morrow Family Website

Surname Web - Morrow

An e-mail list exists for MORROW and related surnames. Send a message to . For more info on the list, click here. To search the list archive click here and type the name MORROW into the window, then make your query. Listowner e-mail:

Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center, Piggott, Arkansas - home of Ernest Hemingway in the 1930s.

Piggott.NET - ISP in Clay County, Arkansas with links to local resources.

Arkansas databases, maintained by the RootsWeb Genealogical Coopertive:

Clay County reference page

Clay County GenWeb. Webmistress, Kathy Barnes:

Randy's Genes, focus on Clay County, Arkansas region