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Funeral Homes in La Harpe, KS
The history of the funeral home goes back to 1906, when J.B. Farris moved from Harris to Colony and established a funeral home there. He and his wife, Maude, served the people of Colony for four years before selling it to his brother, Orville...
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Facts about La Harpe, Kansas
La Harpe is a city in Allen County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 578.
La Harpe Obituaries
It was written by Skagit Valley Herald on November 18th, 2014 that Leonard Austin Deets passed on in Washington. Deets was 95 years old and was born in La Harpe, KS. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Leonard Austin's life.
It was reported by Baker City Herald on February 13th, 2013 that Muriel D Gray (Dick) died in Portland, Oregon. Ms. Gray was 93 years old and was born in La Harpe, KS. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Muriel D's life.
It was disclosed by Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise on July 31st, 2011 that Eileen Rosalee Walcher (Brock) died in Seiling, Oklahoma. Ms. Walcher was 94 years old and was born in La Harpe, KS. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Eileen Rosalee's life.
La Harpe is a city situated in the central part of Allen County, Kansas County, located in southeast Kansas, in the Central United States United States. Its post office, first opened in November 1881, was authorized to issue international money orders, and two rural routes supplied mail to the surrounding country. When natural gas was discovered in the immediate vicinity in 1899 the city began to grow more rapidly and soon rose to be a city of importance. The population was 706 at the United States Census, 2000 census, and it was estimated to be }} in the year .
La Harpe was founded by the Fort Scott, Wichita & Western Railroad company (later the Missouri Pacific), and was platted in 1881. .
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