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Estep, Amos
 Amos & Hettie Runion Estep & family
Left to right, back row: Lina Estep Biller, Charles Estep, Elizabeth Estep Funkhouser, Rosa Estep Estep, Hubert Estep, Lottie Estep Sprinkle.
Seated: Amos Estep, Hettie Runion Estep, and to Hettie's left is Edna Estep Fansler. This is another Orkney / Runions Creek family.
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Andrew Jackson "Jack" Born 4 Jan 1820Died 8 Nov 1904
 Buried Solomon's Church Cemetery, Forestville, VA
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Barryman Alonzo Born 25 Apr 1876Died 23 Apr 1906
 Buried Solomon's Church Cemetery, Forestville, VA
 Photo contributed by Richard & Maureen Baker

Estep, David
 Buried Rockingham County
 Photographed with wife, Josephine Fulk Estep
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Elizabeth Hepner Born 1836Died 1922
 Married Jesse Estep
 Jesse & Elizabeth lived at Mt. Clifton, VA
 Buried Mt. Hermon Cemetery, Macanie, VA
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Hettie Runion
 Amos & Hettie Runion Estep & family
Left to right, back row: Lina Estep Biller, Charles Estep, Elizabeth Estep Funkhouser, Rosa Estep Estep, Hubert Estep, Lottie Estep Sprinkle.
Seated: Amos Estep, Hettie Runion Estep, and to Hettie's left is Edna Estep Fansler. This is another Orkney / Runions Creek family.
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Jesse Born 1837Died 1917
 Married Elizabeth Hepner
 Jesse & Elizabeth lived at Mt. Clifton, VA
 Buried Mt. Hermon Cemetery, Macanie, VA
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, John H. Born 7 Mar 1830Died 20 Apr 1913
 Married Susannah Biller
 Buried Tomahawk Pond Cemetery, Basye, VA
 Photographed with wife, Susannah Biller
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Josephine Fulk
 Buried Rockingham County
 Photographed with husband, David Estep
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Levi H. Born 12 Sep 1852Died 8 Jun 1920
 Buried Solomon's Church Cemetery, Forestville, VA
 Photo contributed by Richard & Maureen Baker

Estep, Moses Born 1843Died 1927
 Born in Shenandoah County and lived, for a time, in Tiffin, OH. Moses married twice and half the children are in Shenandoah County and half are in Tiffin. He died in Shenandoah County.
 Buried Morning Star Lutheran Church Cemetery, Basye, VA
 Photographed with wife, Susannah Biller
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Sam N.
 Sam N. Estep on running board, Jacob Funknouser behind wheel
Then left to right, Will Hepner, Dave Hepner and Oscar Lamma.
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Susannah Biller Born 21 Dec 1832Died 28 Apr 1920
 Married John H. Estep
 Buried Tomahawk Pond Cemetery, Basye, VA
 Photographed with husband, John H. Estep
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Estep, Virginia Bowman Born 1865Died 1898
 Daughter of John and Matilda Estep Bowman
 Married Charles Estep
 Buried Solomon's Church Cemetery, Forestville, VA
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Eutsler, Edward Miley; 1893 - 1952
 Front row from left: George Willard Eutsler, Georgie Llantaine Miley Eutsler, William Edward Eutsler, Roland Byerly Eutsler.
 Lois Elisabeth Eutsler (Blackwell), Edward Miley Eutsler. Isabel Eutsler (Grater)
 This photo was taken in Greensboro NC when the family lived there. Georgie was born and raised in Woodstock, the oldest child of George W. and Tirzah Miley. George W. was from northern Augusta County, and he and Georgie met when he was a traveling photographer working in the Valley. They are buried at Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Eutsler, George Willard; 1895 - 1959
 Front row from left: George Willard Eutsler, Georgie Llantaine Miley Eutsler, William Edward Eutsler, Roland Byerly Eutsler.
 Lois Elisabeth Eutsler (Blackwell), Edward Miley Eutsler. Isabel Eutsler (Grater)
 This photo was taken in Greensboro NC when the family lived there. Georgie was born and raised in Woodstock, the oldest child of George W. and Tirzah Miley. George W. was from northern Augusta County, and he and Georgie met when he was a traveling photographer working in the Valley. They are buried at Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Eutsler, Georgie Llantaine Miley; 1866 - 1941
 Front row from left: George Willard Eutsler, Georgie Llantaine Miley Eutsler, William Edward Eutsler, Roland Byerly Eutsler.
 Lois Elisabeth Eutsler (Blackwell), Edward Miley Eutsler. Isabel Eutsler (Grater)
 This photo was taken in Greensboro NC when the family lived there. Georgie was born and raised in Woodstock, the oldest child of George W. and Tirzah Miley. George W. was from northern Augusta County, and he and Georgie met when he was a traveling photographer working in the Valley. They are buried at Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Eutsler, Isabel (Grater); 1898 - 1989
 Front row from left: George Willard Eutsler, Georgie Llantaine Miley Eutsler, William Edward Eutsler, Roland Byerly Eutsler.
 Lois Elisabeth Eutsler (Blackwell), Edward Miley Eutsler. Isabel Eutsler (Grater)
 This photo was taken in Greensboro NC when the family lived there. Georgie was born and raised in Woodstock, the oldest child of George W. and Tirzah Miley. George W. was from northern Augusta County, and he and Georgie met when he was a traveling photographer working in the Valley. They are buried at Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Eutsler, Lois Elisabeth
 Daughter of Georgie Llantaine Miley & William Edward Eutsler
 Married Herman Lunsford Blackwell
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Eutsler, Lois Elisabeth (Blackwell); 1896 - 1995
 Front row from left: George Willard Eutsler, Georgie Llantaine Miley Eutsler, William Edward Eutsler, Roland Byerly Eutsler.
 Lois Elisabeth Eutsler (Blackwell), Edward Miley Eutsler. Isabel Eutsler (Grater)
 This photo was taken in Greensboro NC when the family lived there. Georgie was born and raised in Woodstock, the oldest child of George W. and Tirzah Miley. George W. was from northern Augusta County, and he and Georgie met when he was a traveling photographer working in the Valley. They are buried at Riverview Cemetery, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia.
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Eutsler, Roland Byerly; 1902 - 1989
 Front row from left: George Willard Eutsler, Georgie Llantaine Miley Eutsler, William Edward Eutsler, Roland Byerly Eutsler.
 Lois Elisabeth Eutsler (Blackwell), Edward Miley Eutsler. Isabel Eutsler (Grater)
 This photo was taken in Greensboro NC when the family lived there. Georgie was born and raised in Woodstock, the oldest child of George W. and Tirzah Miley. George W. was from northern Augusta County, and he and Georgie met when he was a traveling photographer working in the Valley. They are buried at Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Eutsler, William Edward; 1859 - 1933
 Front row from left: George Willard Eutsler, Georgie Llantaine Miley Eutsler, William Edward Eutsler, Roland Byerly Eutsler.
 Lois Elisabeth Eutsler (Blackwell), Edward Miley Eutsler. Isabel Eutsler (Grater)
 This photo was taken in Greensboro NC when the family lived there. Georgie was born and raised in Woodstock, the oldest child of George W. and Tirzah Miley. George W. was from northern Augusta County, and he and Georgie met when he was a traveling photographer working in the Valley. They are buried at Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Fadley, Charley
 Photographed with Molly Smoot
 Jaymee Jenkins purchased this photo at an estate sale, having no interest other than to share the photo with others who may be related to the subject.

Feller, Catherine Baker "Kitty"
 Daughter of William and Elizabeth Hottle Baker
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Feller, Jacob
 Husband of Catherine "Kitty" Baker
 Photo contributed by Mary Byrd Blackwell

Foltz, Nathaniel Scott Born 5 Jul 1838 near Forestville, VADied 22 Dec 1916, near Forestville, VA
 Second photo
 Son of John and Mary Magdalen Funk Foltz
 Married Susanna Pence (daughter of Philip) 24 Dec 1863
 Scott was a carpenter and served in Co. G, 136th Virginia Miltia and transferred to Capt. Koontz's cavalry. On 20 Feb 1862, he enlisted as a private in Co. K, 7th Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A. at Martinsburg and was a corporal at war's end.
 Buried St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Forestville, VA
 Photos contributed by Carol Westfall

Funk, Jesse
 Private, 23rd Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A.
 Served as superintendent of Warren County, VA Parish Farm after the end of the war.
 Photo contributed by Jim Artz

Funkhouser, Barbara Ellen Wetzel
 Daughter of Jacob and Annie Teats Wetzel
 Married John Henry Funkhouser
 In the "heyday" of Bayse and Bryce's Resort, when all the city folk came to the resorts located in the area, someone took this picture and made it into a postcard sold at all the local resorts.
 The story handed down is that Barbara could not walk and John Henry made the cart to pull her around in. They lived in the Powder Springs area.
 Photo contributed by Shirley Ann Barham

Funkhouser, Hannah Ann
 John Isaac Funkhouser born 22 Jan 1881 died 19 Feb 1953 son of Fenton and Sarah See Funkhouser, married 23 Sep 1906 Hannah Ann Funkhouser, born 24 Sep 1884 died 9 Apr 1922 daughter of John Henry and Annie Barb Funkhouser.
 Photo contributed by Shirley Ann Barham

Funkhouser, Ida Rebecca Dellinger Born 7 Jul 1888, Shenandoah County, VADied Nov 1973, Hambleton, WV
 Married Jacob Funkhouser
 Jacob and Ida Rebecca (Dellinger) Funkhouser and 2 children.

Jacob was born 1 Sep 1877 in Shenandoah Co, VA and died Feb 1967 in Hambleton WV. He was the son of John Henry Funkhouser (b 16 Jan 1851, d 25 Jun 1933) and his second wife, Barbara Ellen (Wetzel) Funkhouser. Jake & Ida were married 5 Jul 1905. Ida was born 7 Jul 1888 in Shenandoah Co. and died Nov 1973 in Hambleton WV.

They had 8 children - sons:  Carl, Ted, Thomas K. Dau:  Nora, Alice, Mildred, Joan, Florence
 Photo contributed by Shirley Ann Barham

The Isaac and Elizabeth Funkhouser family
 

The Isaac and Elizabeth Funkhouser family taken 4 July 1904 at Jerome, Va.

Front row: Rosa Funkhouser; Wm. A. Funkhouser; Lizzie (Mrs. Luther Funkhouser); Staylor Funkhouser; Hattie Funkhouser Hansberger; Sitting: Leonidas Dellinger; Byron Funkhouser; Robert Funkhouser; James Funkhouser; Granville Funkhouser; Phillip Funkhouser.

Second row: Mary Mumaw Funkhouser holding Lizzie Funkhouser Miller; Cassie Noel Funkhouser; Charles Dellinger; Gilbert Funkhouser; Robert Dellinger; Tobias Funkhouser; Franklin Funkhouser.

Third row: Isaac Casper Funkhouser; Lafayette Funkhouser; Nellie Funkhouser Dellinger; Hayden Funkhouser; Fenton Funkhouser; Ambrose Funkhouser; Amos Funkhouser; Thomas Miller.

Fourth row: Isaac Milton Funkhouser; Alice Funkhouser Hepner; Cordelia Miller; Lily Funkhouser Mumaw; Annie Funkhouser Poling; Samuel Funkhouser; John Isaac Funkhouser; Sarah Miller; Lizzie Funkhouser Miller (Mrs. Thomas Miller); Lula Funkhouser Smoot.

 Photo contributed by Shirley Ann Barham

Funkhouser, Jacob Born 1 Sep 1877, Shenandoah County, VADied Feb 1967, Hambleton, WV
 Married Ida Rebecca Dellinger
 Jacob and Ida Rebecca (Dellinger) Funkhouser and 2 children.

Jacob was born 1 Sep 1877 in Shenandoah Co, VA and died Feb 1967 in Hambleton WV. He was the son of John Henry Funkhouser (b 16 Jan 1851, d 25 Jun 1933) and his second wife, Barbara Ellen (Wetzel) Funkhouser. Jake & Ida were married 5 Jul 1905. Ida was born 7 Jul 1888 in Shenandoah Co. and died Nov 1973 in Hambleton WV.

They had 8 children - sons:  Carl, Ted, Thomas K. Dau:  Nora, Alice, Mildred, Joan, Florence
 Photo contributed by Shirley Ann Barham

Funkhouser, Jacob
 Sam N. Estep on running board, Jacob Funknouser behind wheel
Then left to right, Will Hepner, Dave Hepner and Oscar Lamma.
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Funkhouser, John Henry
 Daughter of Jacob and Annie Teats Wetzel
 Married Barbara Ellen Wetzel
 In the "heyday" of Bayse and Bryce's Resort, when all the city folk came to the resorts located in the area, someone took this picture and made it into a postcard sold at all the local resorts.
 The story handed down is that Barbara could not walk and John Henry made the cart to pull her around in. They lived in the Powder Springs area.
 Photo contributed by Shirley Ann Barham

Funkhouser, John Isaac Born 22 Jan 1881Died 19 Feb 1953
 John Isaac Funkhouser on his farm in Jerome, Va. The picture was taken in 1942. John Isaac Funkhouser was born 22 Jan 1881 and died 19 Feb 1953, he is buried at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Jerome Va between his 2 wives (1) Hannah Ann (Funkhouser) and ( 2) Minnie (Merkle).
 Photo contributed by Shirley Ann Barham

Funkhouser, John Isaac
 John Isaac Funkhouser; born 22 Jan 1881; died 19 Feb 1953; son of Fenton and Sarah See Funkhouser; married 23 Sep 1906 Hannah Ann Funkhouser, born 24 Sep 1884 died 9 Apr 1922 daughter of John Henry and Annie Barb Funkhouser.
 Photo contributed by Shirley Ann Barham

Funkhouser, Paul Franklin
 Paul Franklin Funkhouser; born October 17, 1888; died December 18, 1966; son of Paul H. and Miranda Polk Funkhouser; buried Lebanon Church Cemetery
 Photo contributed by Rick & Tina Thomas

Furr, Kenny
 Jaymee Jenkins purchased this photo at an estate sale, having no interest other than to share the photo with others who may be related to the subject.

Funkhouser, Tilly
 In photo (left to right)
Tilly Funkhouser, Milton Hepner, Amanda Funkhouser Wolfe, George Wolfe
 Photo contributed by Carol Westfall

Getz, Jonathan T. Born 3 Mar 1835, Forestville, VADied 3 Feb 1901, Getz Corner, VA
 Son of Moses and Mary Jones Getz
 Married Leanah Bowers
 Buried Solomons Church Cemetery, Forestville, VA
 Photograph left to right: Jonathan T. Getz, Leanah Bowers Getz
 Photo contributed by Matt Getz

Good family   
 The Good Family
Martin & wife Mary Smith Good and two daughters Mildred (oldest, born 1914) and Beulah (baby, born 1917)
This photo was taken about 1918, shortly before Mary's death from influenza.
 Photo contributed by Katherine E. Heare Watts

Good, Dorothy
 The inscription on the back of the original charcoal, chalk enhanced portrait was "'Dolly' Good came from Germany at the age of 15." If you have interest in or further information about Dorothy "Dolly" Good, please contact Jackie.
 This photo contributed by Jackie Good Greathouse

Good, Frank
 Jaymee Jenkins purchased this photo at an estate sale, having no interest other than to share the photo with others who may be related to the subject.

Good, George Born 1805Died 1853
 Married Rebecca Schmucker in 1830, listed in the 1850 census in Shenandoah County, next door to his father-in-law, Rev. John Nicholas Schmucker, but no further record has been found.
 This photo contributed by Jackie Good Greathouse

Good, Helen Virginia Stickley Born 14 Sep 1850, Strasburg, VADied 13 Jan 1923
 Married 8 Mar 1877, Shenandoah County, VA, Strother Romanus Good
Buried Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, VA

Photograph: left to right Strother, Martin, Helen Stickley Good
 Photo contributed by Katherine E. Heare Watts

Isaac Good Home
 Jaymee Jenkins purchased this photo at an estate sale, having no interest other than to share the photo with others who may be related to the subject.

Good, Martin, Mildred & Beulah   
 Left to right: Beulah, Martin & Mildred Good
Martin's wife, Mary Jane Smith Good, died 15 Oct 1918 of spanish influenza. Martin and Mary's first child, Victor Leroy Good, also died as an infant.
 Photo contributed by Katherine E. Heare Watts

Good, Martin Luther Born 31 Dec 1887, Shenandoah County, VADied 17 May 1921, Westernport, Allegany County, MD
 Son of Strother Romanus & Helen Virginia Stickley Good
Buried Philo Cemetery, Westernport, Allegany County, MD

Photograph: left to right Strother, Martin, Helen Stickley Good
 Photo contributed by Katherine E. Heare Watts

Good, Rebecca Schmucker
 Married George Good in 1830, listed in the 1850 census in Shenandoah County with her husband, living next door to her father, Rev. John Nicholas Schmucker. After her husband's death in 1853, she moved to Pendleton County, VA (now WV) and later to Randolph County, WV and then to Barbour County, WV.
 This photo contributed by Jackie Good Greathouse

Salvanus Good Family
 Photography mark shows this picture was taken in Cumberland, Maryland. There is a Confederate named Sylvanus Good. Is this the same fellow? If so, is the wife in photo No. 1, Virginia or No. 2, Mary Alice?
 Jaymee Jenkins purchased this photo at an estate sale, having no interest other than to share the photo with others who may be related to the subject.

Good, Strother Romanus Born 19 Apr 1850, Maurertown, VADied 28 Jul 1939
 Married 8 Mar 1877, Shenandoah County, VA, Helen Virginia Stickley
Buried Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, VA

Photograph: left to right Strother, Martin, Helen Stickley Good
 Photo contributed by Katherine E. Heare Watts

Waren Good and wife Fannie
 Jaymee Jenkins purchased this photo at an estate sale, having no interest other than to share the photo with others who may be related to the subject.

Hall, Barney Born: 24 Feb 1853, Shenandoah County, VA
Died: 29 Apr 1915, Mt. Jackson, VA
 Son of John and Mary Ann Lindamood Hall
 Married (1) Margaret Delawder, 9 Jul 1881 (2) Dora Virginia Romick, 25 Aug 1901
 Buried Solomons Church Cemetery, Forestville, VA
 Photo contributed by Don Silvius

Hall, Dr. Charles L. Born: 10 Apr 1849, Shenandoah County, VA
Died: 15 Sep 1916
 Son of John and Mary Ann Lindamood Hall
 Married Mary E. Miller
 Buried Solomons Church Cemetery, Forestville, VA
 Photo contributed by Don Silvius

Aaron Hansberger Born: about December 3, 1857
Died: April 25, 1934, Seneca County, Ohio
 Son of John R. Hansberger and Rebecca Polk/Poke (John's second wife)
 Aaron and his sister, Amanda Ellen are listed as Nicholas' stepchildren in the 1880 census. Aaron moved to Seneca Co. in 1880.
 Photo contributed by Bill Brown

Haun (Hawn), Charlie
 Photo taken about 1899, probably on Main Street (looking south?). From left: Edgar Newman Leetch, my mother's uncle (11/1/1894 - 11/4/1956), Susan Logan, Laura Evelyn Leetch, my mother's mother (11/11/1891 - 1/23/1983), and Charlie Haun (Hawn?).

Laura E. Leetch's father was Robert Francis Leetch (1/9/1858 - 9/1/1885) who was a painter/decorator, and painted the courthouse, the Shenandoah House, and the "machine works" in Woodstock, among other things.
 Photo contributed by Gary Ripple

Heare, Ray & Mildred Good
 Ray Herman Heare born 1 Jan 1911, Higginsville, Hampshire County, WV
died 23 Nov 1985, Romney, Hampshire County, WV
buried Ebenezer Cemetery, Augusta, Hampshire County, WV

married 32 May 1932, Cumberland, Allegany County, MD

Mildred Louise Good born 26 Dec 1914, Westernport, Allegany County, MD
died 20 Jan 2001, Romney, Hampshire County, WV
buried, Ebenezer Cemetery, Hampshire County, WV
 Photo contributed by Katherine E. Heare Watts

Hepner, Dave
 Sam N. Estep on running board, Jacob Funknouser behind wheel
Then left to right, Will Hepner, Dave Hepner and Oscar Lamma.
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Hepner, Milton
 In photo (left to right)
Tilly Funkhouser, Milton Hepner, Amanda Funkhouser Wolfe, George Wolfe
 Photo contributed by Carol Westfall

Hepner, Will
 Sam N. Estep on running board, Jacob Funknouser behind wheel
Then left to right, Will Hepner, Dave Hepner and Oscar Lamma.
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Hodson, John William   
 Photo contributed by Sarah Rodgers

Barbara Annie Holler & husband William Nester
 Born circa 1828, Shenandoah County, VADied Oct 22 1901, Lantz Mlll, VA
 Daugter of Peter Holler & Magdalene Dake
 Married William Nester Aug. 30, 1858, Shenandoah County, VA
 Possibly buried Union Forge Church.
 Married William Nester, August 30 1858, Shenandoah County

Hollar, Dora
 Photograph: Standing in rear, left to right:
Ella May McWilliams, Walter Hottle, Annie Bly, George Hottle, Grace Crabill, Earl Hottle
Sitting in front, left to right:
Dora Hollar, Lula Hottle, Daniel Hottle, Mary Alice Hottle, Audrey Stultz, Ola Shrum

 Photo contributed by Charles McWilliams

Holler, Mary Catherine Hottle
 Married October 17, 1871
 Reuben died August 22, 1910 at the age of 68 in Toms Brook, Shenandoah Co, VA. He was the son of Jonathan and Anna Holler. Reuben served with Co. C, 7th VA Cavalry.
 Mary Catherine was born March 31, 1835 and died Jan 6, 1925 in Toms Brook, VA. She was the daughter of George and Cassandra Hottle.
 Both Reuben and Mary are buried in Toms Brook Cemetery.
 The Hottle and Holler descendants are still living in the area today, including a great-grandson of Reuben and Mary, Charles McWilliams, who resides in Woodstock, VA.

Holler, Reuben
 Married October 17, 1871
 Reuben died August 22, 1910 at the age of 68 in Toms Brook, Shenandoah Co, VA. He was the son of Jonathan and Anna Holler. Reuben served with Co. C, 7th VA Cavalry.
 Mary Catherine was born March 31, 1835 and died Jan 6, 1925 in Toms Brook, VA. She was the daughter of George and Cassandra Hottle.
 Both Reuben and Mary are buried in Toms Brook Cemetery.
 The Hottle and Holler descendants are still living in the area today, including a great-grandson of Reuben and Mary, Charles McWilliams, who resides in Woodstock, VA.

Hoover, Margaret Ann
 Married William H. Lambert 26 Apr 1866
 The back row: Perry Smoot and Sallie Lambert
Seated: Margaret Ann Hoover and William H. Lambert, Baby: Margaret Susan Smoot
Sallie was the daughter of William H. Lambert. William H. is the son of Henry Lambert Jr. Henry Jr., is the son of Henry.
 Photo contributed by Sue Rush and Rick Monroe

Hottle, Bertha Stump
 Photograph: Front row: left to right:
Golda Hottle Wisman, Walter M Hottle, Bertha Stump Hottle, Reba Hottle Ryman
Back row: left to right:
Duke M Hottle, Eva Hottle Bly, Ruth Hottle Lineweaver, Mary Hottle Barbe, Loy Hottle

 Photo contributed by Duke M. & Shirley Cato Hottle

Hottle, Daniel
 Photograph: Standing in rear, left to right:
Ella May McWilliams, Walter Hottle, Annie Bly, George Hottle, Grace Crabill, Earl Hottle
Sitting in front, left to right:
Dora Hollar, Lula Hottle, Daniel Hottle, Mary Alice Hottle, Audrey Stultz, Ola Shrum

 Photo contributed by Charles McWilliams

Hottle, Duke M.
 Photograph: Front row: left to right:
Golda Hottle Wisman, Walter M Hottle, Bertha Stump Hottle, Reba Hottle Ryman
Back row: left to right:
Duke M Hottle, Eva Hottle Bly, Ruth Hottle Lineweaver, Mary Hottle Barbe, Loy Hottle

 Photo contributed by Duke M. & Shirley Cato Hottle

Hottle, Earl
 Photograph: Standing in rear, left to right:
Ella May McWilliams, Walter Hottle, Annie Bly, George Hottle, Grace Crabill, Earl Hottle
Sitting in front, left to right:
Dora Hollar, Lula Hottle, Daniel Hottle, Mary Alice Hottle, Audrey Stultz, Ola Shrum

 Photo contributed by Charles McWilliams

Hottle, George
 Photograph: Standing in rear, left to right:
Ella May McWilliams, Walter Hottle, Annie Bly, George Hottle, Grace Crabill, Earl Hottle
Sitting in front, left to right:
Dora Hollar, Lula Hottle, Daniel Hottle, Mary Alice Hottle, Audrey Stultz, Ola Shrum

 Photo contributed by Charles McWilliams

Hottle, Loy
 Photograph: Front row: left to right:
Golda Hottle Wisman, Walter M Hottle, Bertha Stump Hottle, Reba Hottle Ryman
Back row: left to right:
Duke M Hottle, Eva Hottle Bly, Ruth Hottle Lineweaver, Mary Hottle Barbe, Loy Hottle

 Photo contributed by Duke M. & Shirley Cato Hottle

Hottle, Lula
 Photograph: Standing in rear, left to right:
Ella May McWilliams, Walter Hottle, Annie Bly, George Hottle, Grace Crabill, Earl Hottle
Sitting in front, left to right:
Dora Hollar, Lula Hottle, Daniel Hottle, Mary Alice Hottle, Audrey Stultz, Ola Shrum

 Photo contributed by Charles McWilliams

Hottle, Mary Alice
 Photograph: Standing in rear, left to right:
Ella May McWilliams, Walter Hottle, Annie Bly, George Hottle, Grace Crabill, Earl Hottle
Sitting in front, left to right:
Dora Hollar, Lula Hottle, Daniel Hottle, Mary Alice Hottle, Audrey Stultz, Ola Shrum

 Photo contributed by Charles McWilliams

Hottle, Walter
 Photograph: Standing in rear, left to right:
Ella May McWilliams, Walter Hottle, Annie Bly, George Hottle, Grace Crabill, Earl Hottle
Sitting in front, left to right:
Dora Hollar, Lula Hottle, Daniel Hottle, Mary Alice Hottle, Audrey Stultz, Ola Shrum

 Photo contributed by Charles McWilliams

Hottle, Walter M.
 Photograph: Front row: left to right:
Golda Hottle Wisman, Walter M Hottle, Bertha Stump Hottle, Reba Hottle Ryman
Back row: left to right:
Duke M Hottle, Eva Hottle Bly, Ruth Hottle Lineweaver, Mary Hottle Barbe, Loy Hottle

 Photo contributed by Duke M. & Shirley Cato Hottle

Irwin, Brooks Adolph Born 1895
Died 1967
 Photograph: Front and center: John Adolph Irwin (1871-1951), Minnie Mae Holler Irwin (1877-1969)
From the left: Brooks Adolph Irwin (1895-1967), Katherine Irwin (1904-1995), Ethel Mae Irwin (1898-1970), Sue Emma Irwin (1900-1995), Johnny W Irwin (1906-1994)
 The family photo and information above has been generously provided by Amelia Gilreath, author of "Oh Shenandoah I love your daughter, The IRWIN-HOLLER Story".

Irwin, Ethel Mae Born 1898
Died 1970
 Photograph: Front and center: John Adolph Irwin (1871-1951), Minnie Mae Holler Irwin (1877-1969)
From the left: Brooks Adolph Irwin (1895-1967), Katherine Irwin (1904-1995), Ethel Mae Irwin (1898-1970), Sue Emma Irwin (1900-1995), Johnny W Irwin (1906-1994)
 The family photo and information above has been generously provided by Amelia Gilreath, author of "Oh Shenandoah I love your daughter, The IRWIN-HOLLER Story".

Irwin, John Adolph Born 1871
Died 1951
 Photograph: Front and center: John Adolph Irwin (1871-1951), Minnie Mae Holler Irwin (1877-1969)
From the left: Brooks Adolph Irwin (1895-1967), Katherine Irwin (1904-1995), Ethel Mae Irwin (1898-1970), Sue Emma Irwin (1900-1995), Johnny W Irwin (1906-1994)
 The family photo and information above has been generously provided by Amelia Gilreath, author of "Oh Shenandoah I love your daughter, The IRWIN-HOLLER Story".

Irwin, Johnny W. Born 1906
Died 1994
 Photograph: Front and center: John Adolph Irwin (1871-1951), Minnie Mae Holler Irwin (1877-1969)
From the left: Brooks Adolph Irwin (1895-1967), Katherine Irwin (1904-1995), Ethel Mae Irwin (1898-1970), Sue Emma Irwin (1900-1995), Johnny W Irwin (1906-1994)
 The family photo and information above has been generously provided by Amelia Gilreath, author of "Oh Shenandoah I love your daughter, The IRWIN-HOLLER Story".

Irwin, Katherine Born 1904
Died 1995
 Photograph: Front and center: John Adolph Irwin (1871-1951), Minnie Mae Holler Irwin (1877-1969)
From the left: Brooks Adolph Irwin (1895-1967), Katherine Irwin (1904-1995), Ethel Mae Irwin (1898-1970), Sue Emma Irwin (1900-1995), Johnny W Irwin (1906-1994)
 The family photo and information above has been generously provided by Amelia Gilreath, author of "Oh Shenandoah I love your daughter, The IRWIN-HOLLER Story".

Irwin, Minnie Mae Holler Born 1877
Died 1969
 Photograph: Front and center: John Adolph Irwin (1871-1951), Minnie Mae Holler Irwin (1877-1969)
From the left: Brooks Adolph Irwin (1895-1967), Katherine Irwin (1904-1995), Ethel Mae Irwin (1898-1970), Sue Emma Irwin (1900-1995), Johnny W Irwin (1906-1994)
 The family photo and information above has been generously provided by Amelia Gilreath, author of "Oh Shenandoah I love your daughter, The IRWIN-HOLLER Story".

Irwin, Sue Emma Born 1900
Died 1995
 Photograph: Front and center: John Adolph Irwin (1871-1951), Minnie Mae Holler Irwin (1877-1969)
From the left: Brooks Adolph Irwin (1895-1967), Katherine Irwin (1904-1995), Ethel Mae Irwin (1898-1970), Sue Emma Irwin (1900-1995), Johnny W Irwin (1906-1994)
 The family photo and information above has been generously provided by Amelia Gilreath, author of "Oh Shenandoah I love your daughter, The IRWIN-HOLLER Story".

Joseph, Grover & Blanche Zella Coffelt Grover Born: September 17 1888, Mt. Clinton, VirginiaDied: March 27 1958, Mt. Clinton, Virginia
 Blanche Born: August 4, 1893, Edinburg, VirginiaDied: July 21, 1981, Greenbelt, MD
 Married May 9, 1915, Edinburg, Virginia (this is their wedding photo) - Grover, son of Abner & Elizabeth Ann Arey Joseph
 Photo contributed by Bill Barber

Lambert, Sallie
 The back row: Perry Smoot and Sallie Lambert
Seated: Margaret Ann Hoover and William H. Lambert, Baby: Margaret Susan Smoot
Sallie was the daughter of William H. Lambert. William H. is the son of Henry Lambert Jr. Henry Jr., is the son of Henry.
 Photo contributed by Sue Rush and Rick Monroe

Lambert, William David Born 1879 Woodstock, VA
Died 1937, Pittsburgh, PA
 Son of David Lambert (born 1839, a C.S.A. veteran)
 Photo contributed by Rick Monroe

Lambert, William H.
 Married Margaret Ann Hoover 26 Apr 1866
 The back row: Perry Smoot and Sallie Lambert
Seated: Margaret Ann Hoover and William H. Lambert, Baby: Margaret Susan Smoot
Sallie was the daughter of William H. Lambert. William H. is the son of Henry Lambert Jr. Henry Jr., is the son of Henry.
 Photo contributed by Sue Rush and Rick Monroe

Lamma, Oscar
 Sam N. Estep on running board, Jacob Funknouser behind wheel
Then left to right, Will Hepner, Dave Hepner and Oscar Lamma.
 Photo contributed by Debbie Estep Turner

Leetch, Edgar Newman
 Photo taken about 1899, probably on Main Street (looking south?). From left: Edgar Newman Leetch, my mother's uncle (11/1/1894 - 11/4/1956), Susan Logan, Laura Evelyn Leetch, my mother's mother (11/11/1891 - 1/23/1983), and Charlie Haun (Hawn?).

Laura E. Leetch's father was Robert Francis Leetch (1/9/1858 - 9/1/1885) who was a painter/decorator, and painted the courthouse, the Shenandoah House, and the "machine works" in Woodstock, among other things.
 Photo contributed by Gary Ripple

Leetch, Laura Evelyn
 Photo taken about 1899, probably on Main Street (looking south?). From left: Edgar Newman Leetch, my mother's uncle (11/1/1894 - 11/4/1956), Susan Logan, Laura Evelyn Leetch, my mother's mother (11/11/1891 - 1/23/1983), and Charlie Haun (Hawn?).

Laura E. Leetch's father was Robert Francis Leetch (1/9/1858 - 9/1/1885) who was a painter/decorator, and painted the courthouse, the Shenandoah House, and the "machine works" in Woodstock, among other things.
 Photo contributed by Gary Ripple

Linaweaver, Claude Burner
 Photograph: Claude Burner and Margaret Susan Smoots Linaweaver
Claude was the son of William and Elizabeth Burner Linaweaver and Margaret was the daughter of Perry Smoots of Woodstock, Virginia
 Photo contributed by Sue Rush

Linaweaver, William Jackson
 Photograph: Wedding picture of William Jackson Linaweaver and Elizabeth Florence Burner
William was from Woodstock and Elizabeth was from Page County, Virginia.
They were married 17 October 1888.
 Photo contributed by Sue Rush

Lineweaver, Ruth Hottle
 Photograph: Front row: left to right:
Golda Hottle Wisman, Walter M Hottle, Bertha Stump Hottle, Reba Hottle Ryman
Back row: left to right:
Duke M. Hottle, Eva Hottle Bly, Ruth Hottle Lineweaver, Mary Hottle Barbe, Loy Hottle

 Photo contributed by Duke M. & Shirley Cato Hottle

Lineweaver, Ruth Hottle
 Photograph: Front row: left to right:
Golda Hottle Wisman, Walter M Hottle, Bertha Stump Hottle, Reba Hottle Ryman
Back row: left to right:
Duke M. Hottle, Eva Hottle Bly, Ruth Hottle Lineweaver, Mary Hottle Barbe, Loy Hottle

 Photo contributed by Duke M. & Shirley Cato Hottle

Lloyd, John Harrison Born 31 Jan 1823
Died 15 May 1893
 Son of Thomas Loyd (Lloyd) and Hannah Fadely (Faidley)
 Married Barbara Ann Shown, 26 Jul 1860
 Buried in Flat Rock Cemetery
 Photo contributed by Wilma Grimm

Logan, Susan
 Photo taken about 1899, probably on Main Street (looking south?). From left: Edgar Newman Leetch, my mother's uncle (11/1/1894 - 11/4/1956), Susan Logan, Laura Evelyn Leetch, my mother's mother (11/11/1891 - 1/23/1983), and Charlie Haun (Hawn?).

Laura E. Leetch's father was Robert Francis Leetch (1/9/1858 - 9/1/1885) who was a painter/decorator, and painted the courthouse, the Shenandoah House, and the "machine works" in Woodstock, among other things.
 Photo contributed by Gary Ripple

Lysinger, Hardy and Wife
 Jaymee Jenkins purchased this photo at an estate sale, having no interest other than to share the photo with others who may be related to the subject.

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