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ABELL, FRANCIS O. age 53 of Romney, WV. died Tuesday at his residence. Burial in the Ebenezer Cemetery near Romney. Born at Kirby, WV. 08 Jul 1919 s/o Aubrey & Allura Shaw Abell of Romney. Widow, Ione Potter Abell. Daughter, Janet Park of Romney. One grandson & one foster sister, Margaret Loy of Romney. (NVD 11 Jan 1973)

ADAMS, ABBA A. age 82 of Tacoma Park, Md. died Saturday in a Kensington Nursing Home in Kensington, Md. Burial in Mt. Olive Cemetery. Born in Clarke Co. 03 Aug 1890 s/o the late Charles & Anna Alburt Adams. Married to the former Jeanett Haymaker. Daughters, Kathleen Adams of Tacoma Park & Mrs. George Ely of Paynesville, Ohio. Son, Henry Adams of Baltimore, Md. 3 grandchildren. (NVD 28 Nov 1972)

ADAMS, RANDALL infant s/o Lary & Brenda Sisk Adams of Berryville died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Paternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Linden Adams of Berryville. Maternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Reid Sisk of Stephenson. Burial at Shenandoah Memorial Park. (NVD 15 Dec 1972)

ALBRECHT, MARY age 71 yrs. of Augusta, WV. died Wednesday. Burial in Mt. Union Cemetery at Slanesville, WV. Born in New York City 30 May 1901 d/o the late Drummond & Margaret Lombard Bennett. w/o Henry C. Albrecht. Son, Herman W. Albrecht of New Hydel, NY. Sisters, Frances Starr & Margaret Casper both of Augusta. Brother, Thomas Bennett of New York City. 2 granddaughters. (NVD 11 Nov 1972)

ALLDER, LILLIAN H. age 89 yrs. of Bluemont died Tuesday in a Winchester nursing home. She was the widow of J. Clifton Allder. Burial in the Loudoun Ebenezer Churchyard at Bluemont. Born 17 Sep 1883 in Pennsylvania d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Hamford. (NVD 21 Dec 1972)

ALLEN, OLIVIA CARTER age 85 yrs. of Stillmore, Ga. a former Winchester resident died Sunday in the Swainsboro Nursing Home, Stillmore, Ga. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Sandy Hook, Va. 11 Apr 1887 d/o the late Charles W. Carter & Annie Pound Carter. Widow of John Clark Allen who died 24 Dec 1953. Children, Frances A. Durden of Stillmore, Ga. & Clark P. Allen of Arlington. One grandson & 2 great grandchildren. (NVD 02 Jan 1973)

ALLEN, RHESA MCCOY SR. age 89 formerly of Mt. Jackson died Friday evening in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital. Burial in the Mt. Jackson Cemetery. Son, Rhesa M. Allen Jr. of Ruston, La. Sister, Mae Lequenec of Crawley, La. 2 grandchildren & a number of nieces & nephews. Born 11 Jan 1883 at Mt. Jackson s/o Tiphen W. & Mary McCoy Allen Sr. Married 02 Jul 1931 Lorena Clem who died in Apr 1972. (NVD 06 Nov 1972 & Shenandoah Herald 08 Nov 1972)

ALLEN, WALTER EDGAR age 42 yrs. of Winchester died Friday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in the Mt. Olive Baptist Church Cemetery at White Post. Born in Amissville 24 Dec 1829 s/o Bernard Eugene & Alice Ann Carey Allen. Brother, Eugene Allen of West Chester, Pa. Sister, Virginia Jackson at home. 3 aunts & an uncle. (NVD 06 Nov 1972)

ALTON, MAUD SLAYBAUGH, 84, of Purcellville died Saturday in the Loudoun Memorial Hospital in Leesburg. Private burial in Ohio. Born in Ohio 02 Feb 1888 d/o the late William R. & Emma Hill Slaybaugh. Sisters, Esther Wood & Ruth Altman both of Detroit, Michigan. A niece. Widow of Thomas A. Alton. (NVD 05 Dec 1972)

ANDERSON, CHARLES EDGAR age 47 died Tuesday at his home in Paw Paw, WV. Burial in Mount Union Cemetery near Slanesville, WV. Born in Paw Paw 25 Oct 1925 s/o Joshua P. & Dorothy Whitacre Anderson. Brothers, Garland Anderson of Charles Town, WV., Roland Anderson of Springfield, Kenneth Anderson of Alexandria & Lynwood Anderson of Cumberland, Md. Sisters, Doris Hladum of Cleveland, Ohio & Loretta Nelson of Chambersburg, Pa. (NVD 19 Jan 1973)

ANDERSON, J. GLYNN age 74 yrs. of Winchester died Saturday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Born 14 Sep 1898 in Frederick Co. s/o the late Edward S. & Nina Glynn Anderson. Sisters, Elizabeth March of Winchester & Katharine Anderson of Wilmington, DE. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 22 Jan 1973)

ANDERSON, LORING EDWARD JR. of Winchester died yesterday in the VA Center in Martinsburg, WV. Burial at the Culpeper National Cemetery. Born in Winchester 27 Aug 1923 & as raised by his foster parents, James Walter Haymaker & Elizabeth Cornwell Haymaker both deceased. Veteran of WWII army service. Daughters, Mrs. Roger (Bunny) Hulver & Miss Dale L. Anderson both of Winchester. One grandchild. Foster Brother, Harry Sherman of Alexandria. (NVD 07 Oct 1972)

ANDERSON, NELLIE MAE age 66 yrs. of Martinsburg, WV. widow of Francis Lee Anderson died yesterday in City Hospital, Martinsburg. Burial in Rosedale Cemetery, Martinsburg. Born in Gore 21 Sep 1906 d/o the late Henson & Leona Lonas Anderson. Son, Robert Lee Anderson of Martinsburg. One granddaughter. Sisters, Assie Burton of Paw Paw, WV. & Lucille Malone of Winchester. Brothers, Joshua & Theodore Anderson both of Paw Paw. (NVD 12 Dec 1972)

ANDERSON, WALTER O. age 82 yrs. of Winchester died Saturday at the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Gore, Va. 21 Aug 1890 s/o the late James E. Anderson & Florence Jackson Anderson. Sons, Garland R. Anderson of Luray & James E. Anderson of Winchester. Daughters, Pauline A. Mason & Juanita F. Massey both of Winchester. 6 grandchildren & 14 great grandchildren. Brothers, R. P. Anderson of Gore & Dr. Dewey Anderson of Louisiana. (NVD 06 Nov 1972)

ANDERSON, WILLIS DAY of Yonkers, NY. formerly of Winchester died Saturday in a Yonkers Hospital after a lengthy illness. Burial in Yonkers. Born in Paw Paw, WV. s/o the late David & Letitia Anderson. Daughters, Betty Epps & Helen Reynolds both of Washington, DC., Mary Cotton of Arizona & Mabel Stroud of Yonkers. A stepdaughter in California. Sisters, Ellen Gravely of Winchester & Sarah Lewis of Michigan. Stepmother, Hattie Anderson of Winchester. Brother, Robert Anderson of Winchester. 4 grandchildren & 8 great grandchildren. Two brothers, Charles Anderson & Townsell Anderson preceded him in death. (NVD 14 Nov 1972)

ANDREWS, JOHN age 81 yrs. of Strasburg, died in Warren Memorial Hospital. 31 Oct 1972. Burial in the Frederick Cemetery at Waterlick. Born in Warren Co. 07 May 1891 s/o the late George & Alice Cameron Andrews. Wife, Latha Santmyers Andrews. Sons, Marvin & Shirley Andrews of Strasburg. Daughters, Ruby Laing of Front Royal, Margaret McDonald of Front Royal & Bessie Martin of Strasburg. 26 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren & one great-great-grandchild. Sister, Mamie Andrews of Strasburg. (Shenandoah Herald 08 Nov 1972)

ARTRIP, WILLIAM FRANKLIN SR. age 80 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born 17 Jan 1892 in Russell County, Va. s/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Artrip. Wife, Leota Dean Artrip who he married in 1917. Daughters, Virginia Alice Snyder of Florida, Juanita Eileen Evans of North Carolina & Zida Beulah Kibler of Virginia Beach. Sons, William F. Artrip Jr. of Winchester, Cecil Freemont Artrip of New Oxford, Pa. & Floyd Mitchell Artrip of Fairfax. 13 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren. Brother, Harman Artrip of Charleston, WV. Half sisters, Mrs. George Giles & Mrs. Ralph Giles both of Winchester. Half brother, Woodrow Artrip of Winchester. (NVD 17 Oct 1972)

ATWOOD, MAGGIE M. age 75 yrs. of Front Royal died Sunday in Warren Memorial Hospital. Interment in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born in Bentonville 22 Jun 1897 d/o Mr. & Mrs. Enoch Henry. Husband, William Clarence Atwood predeceased her. Son by a previous marriage, Clarence Melvin Henry of Manassas. 5 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren. Sisters, Lizzie Curry of Front Royal & Susie Cook of Woodstock. (NVD 21 Nov 1972)

AULT, ARTHUR JR. of Seven Fountains & Sterling, Va. died Monday in the National Institute of Health Hospital in Bethesda, Md. He was 51. Interment in the Dry Run Cemetery at Seven Fountains. Born 09 Dec 1920 in New Castle, Pa. s/o Arthur L. Ault Sr. of Seven Fountains & the late Pansy Ault. Wife, June S. Ault. Son, Donald E. Ault of Sterling. Daughters, Judy Ahern of Bowie, Md., Mary Beck & Connie Conoba both of McLean & Carol Ault at home. Stepmother, Lillian Ault of Seven Fountains. Sisters, Marie Thrower of West Virginia & Gertrude Pond of Brazil, South America. Adopted sisters, Judy A. Ault & Betty Jane Ault of Seven Fountains. Adopted brother, Carroll T. Ault of South Carolina. 6 grandchildren. (NVD 05 Dec 1972)

BAGEANT, ROY LEE age 79 yrs. of Winchester died Thursday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial at Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Morgan Co., WV. 11 Nov 1899 s/o the late James W. & Mary Gardner Bageant. Wife, the former Gertrude Over. Daughter, Mrs. Robert (Colleen) Russell of White Hall, Va. Stepdaughters, Mrs. Stephen Rosenberger of Winchester & Mrs. Charles W. Coffman of Tucson, AZ. Brothers, Gardner Bageant of Nain & Harry Bageant of Stotler’s Crossroads. 12 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild. 3 children preceded him in death, Lee Foster Bageant, Ralph W. Bageant & Mrs. Ona Lee Dodson. (NVD 08 Dec 1972)

BAILEY, CLINTON E. infant s/o Earl Bailey Jr. & Eleanor Butler Bailey of Millwood died yesterday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial at Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 29 Oct 1972 in Winchester. Brothers, David Bailey & Daniel Bailey both at home. Sister, Kelly Bailey at home. (NVD 15 Dec 1972)

BAILEY, HENRY E. - Funeral services for Mr. Henry E. Bailey aged 84 yrs. prominent Shenandoah Co. farmer, fruit grower & former State Crop Pest Commissioner, who died at his home 3 miles West of Woodstock early Friday morning (14 Dec 1937), were held Sunday afternoon from Mt. Calvary Reformed Church, Rev. C. E. Robb, assisted by Rev. J. P. Derrick were the officiating ministers. The impressive rites of the Masonic Order were used at the graveside in Calvary Cemetery. Members of Cassia Lodge No. 142, A. F. & A. M. attended in a body. He had been a faithful member of the Reformed Church. He was twice married, his 1st wife was Sarah C. Keller, after her death many years ago, he was married to Ida F. Rosenberger who died just one year ago in December. Surviving are 2 brothers, William Bailey of Quicksburg & James I. Bailey of Red Bluff, CA. One sister, Mrs. Lizzie Funk of Winchester. One foster Daughter, Mrs. L. C. Strickler, 2 foster granddaughters, Miss Arlene Strickler, RN. of Glen Dale, Md. & Mrs. Margaret Sheetz of near Woodstock. Pall bearers were David W. Grabill, Lawrence Hottel, W. J. Keller, Thomas Fravel, Charles Skyles & Bernie G. Wenger.

BAILEY, IDA w/o Henry Bailey died at her home west of Woodstock Tuesday morning 02 Dec 1936 after having been ill during the past several weeks of a complication of diseases. Before marriage she was Ida Rosenberger d/o the late Joseph Rosenberger & Mrs. Margaret Ann Kibler Rosenberger. Born at the Rosenberger home place in Aug 1866. Married 10 Dec 1885 Henry E. Bailey. Sister, Joanna Rosenberger Sheetz w/o John Sheetz of near Woodstock. Interment in the family lot at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers were - Charles Hoover, James Riffey, Harry Mauck, Alvin Sheetz, Homer Hoover & Frank Sibert.

BAKER, JAMES R. a former & well known citizen of this community but who has resided in Washington for the past 15 years died in the Emergency Hospital on Saturday, 18 Dec 1926, aged 67 years. In 1902 he married Mrs. Emma J. Campbell who was formerly Miss Emma Coffman who survives him. Funeral services were conducted in the Methodist Church. Interment was in the New Cemetery.

BAKER, LAURA V. age 74 of Winchester died yesterday in a Winchester Nursing home. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Winchester on 03 Apr 1898 d/o the late Elizabeth Wyatt Baker & Frank Baker owner of Baker’s Drug Store. Daughter, Miss Betsy Baker of London, England. Sister, Mrs. T. M. Jones of Anderson. A niece & 2 nephews. (NVD 09 Nov 1972)

BAKER, LLOYD ERNEST - In the memory of Lloyd Ernest Baker who departed this life December 7, 1908 aged 12 years, 1 month & 27 days.

BAKER, MAY PATTON age 84 yrs. died Tuesday in the National Lutheran Home for the Aged in Washington. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery in Winchester. (NVD 24 Oct 1972)

BALTIMORE, ROBERT of Philadelphia, Pa. formerly of Delaplane died Wednesday. He was 47. Interment in the Mt. Morris Baptist Church Cemetery at Hume, Va. Wife, Barbara Grooms Baltimore. Children, Michael, Anna & Nicola Baltimore all at home. Brothers, Raymond & Douglas Baltimore. s/o Sears Baltimore & Charlotte Page Baltimore. (NVD 16 Dec 1972)

BARB, NEDA AGNES of Basye died Friday in the Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. She was 78. Interment in the Powder Springs Cemetery. Married twice, 1st husband, Charles Fitzwater died in Aug 1919 & 2nd husband, Clarence H. Barb died in Aug 1960. Sister, Marie V. Smith of Harrisonburg. 2 brothers predeceased her. Born in Shenandoah Co. 29 Jul 1894 d/o Jerry H. R. & Lucy Nesselrodt Funkhouser. (NVD 18 Dec 1972)

BARGELT, SARAH KATHERINE (SALLIE K.) A death which caused the deepest sorrow to many in this community and cast a dark shadow over a once happy home was that of Mrs. Wm. F. Bargelt whose gentle and loveable spirit passed to eternal happiness on last Friday night (26 Feb 1897) about 9 o’clock. Mrs. Bargelt had been ill for several weeks and from the first her sickness was of a serious character causing much anxiety to her relatives and many devoted friends. But few persons in this community have been more highly esteemed and loved than this devoted wife, mother and friend, her pure and gentle life and beautiful Christian character having won the love of everyone who knew her. She was a daughter of Mrs. and the late Wm. Few, of this place and was aged 35 years. She leaves a husband, 3 young children, mother, sisters and brothers to mourn their irreparable loss and a very large number of deeply attached friend who most sadly lament this great bereavement. Mrs. Bargelt was a consistent member of the Reformed Church of this place and her funeral on Sunday morning was conducted by her pastor. Rev. N. H. Skyles assisted by Dr. Stephenson of the Presbyterian church.

BARNES, BERTHA V. age 85 yrs. of Fort Ashby, WV. died Monday in Sacred Heart Hospital in Cumberland, Md. Burial in Ft. Ashby Cemetery. Born 09 Oct 1887 at Fort Ashby d/o the late Soloman E. & Allie E. Dennison Alkire. Widow of Harley V. Barnes who died 16 Oct. Daughters, Audrey M. Blamble, Esther P. Rexrode & Ruth I. Travis all of Fort Ashby. Sons, Edgar V., Ralph R. & Herbert D. Barnes all of Fort Ashby & Richard L. Barnes of Winchester. Sisters, Pearl Baker, Grace Malone, Pansy Bohrman & Hazel Troutman all of Fort Ashby. Brother, James D. Alkire of Fort Ashby. 18 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren. (NVD 27 Dec 1972)

BARNES, HARLEY V. age 89 yrs. of Springfield, WV. died Monday at his home. Burial in Fort Hill Cemetery at Fort Ashby. Born 21 Jun 1883 at Springfield s/o the late Frank P. & Virgie Hardy Barnes. Wife, Bertha V. Alkire Barnes whom he married 06 Oct 1909. Sons, Edgar V. Barnes & Herbert D. Barnes both of Springfield, Ralph R. Barnes of Fort Ashby, WV. & Richard L. Barnes of Winchester. Daughters, Audrey Blambler of Springfield & Esther Rexrode & Ruth Travis both of Fort Ashby. 20 grandchildren & 22 great grandchildren. 2 daughters & 2 sons preceded him in death. (NVD 19 Oct 1972)

BARNHART, A. PHILIP age 81 yrs. of Winchester died Saturday at Newton D. Baker Veterans Administration Hospital, Martinsburg, WV. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 19 Apr 1891 in Dayton, Va. s/o the late John H. Barnhart & Rebecca Wenger Barnhart. Husband of the late Emma Gardiner Barnhart. Daughters, Jane D. Baker of Vienna & Mrs. Edward C. (Anna) Lawrence of Winchester. Sons, Philip W. Barnhart of Arlington & John C. (Jack) Barnhart of Greensburg, Pa. 2 grandchildren. Sister, Effie Heatwole of Dayton, Va. (NVD 15 Jan 1973)

BARR, EVA TAYLOR age 90 yrs. of Winchester died Thursday in a Winchester nursing home. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Winchester 31 Oct 1882 d/o the late George W. & Virginia C. Dean Taylor. Married to the late C. Lee Barr whom she married in Winchester on 06 Jan 1904. Son, Taylor L. Barr with whom she made her home since her husband’s death in 1924. 2 daughters-in-law, Elnora Barr & Elizabeth N. Barr both of Winchester. 3 grandchildren & 5 great grandchildren. Number of nieces & nephews. Preceded in death by a son George R. Barr. She was the last member of her immediate family & was also preceded in death by 3 sisters. (NVD 03 Feb 1973)

BARR, SARAH widow of the late Anderson Barr, died at her home near here on Thursday of last week (30 Mar 1905), from an illness of one week from pneumonia. Her age was 64 years, 4 months & 21 days. Just one week prior to her death she had gone to her daughter’s, Mrs. Dysart’s near Jadwyn & on reaching home was taken sick with pneumonia. The efforts to conquer the disease were useless & she passed to her reward. She was a lifelong member of Calvary Evangelical Lutheran congregation. She lived a considerable distance from her church & was not able to attend as regularly as she would have liked to, but not withstanding this discouraging feature she remained faithful to her confirmation vows until death. She was truly a good woman in all the relations to life. None speak of her, except in the highest praise. She was a Miss Kibler prior to her marriage & was born in this section. She is survived by these children: Mrs. Jacob Kibler of this place, Mrs. Rebecca Rau, Mrs. Alice Dysart of Jadwyn, Mr. William Barr of Woodstock, Mr. John Barr of this place. The funeral service was conducted on Saturday morning at 10 o’clock from the Lutheran Church at Fairview by her pastor, the Rev. M. L. Pence of Toms Brook assisted by the Rev. V. R. Stickley. Her mortal remains were quietly yet sadly laid to rest by the side of her husband in the churchyard to await the resurrection summons of the Creator.

BARRETT, OLIVE age 66 yrs. of Winchester died Saturday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Frederick Co. 25 Jul 1906 d/o the late Fred & Lula Williams Lineberg. w/o Ernest E. Barrett. Children, Mrs. Douglas (Gladys) Russell of Winchester, Elwood Barrett of Fairfax, Mrs. Tyree (Nathilee) Strosnider of Stephenson, Clayton Barrett of Stephenson & Mrs. Aubrey (Jeannett) Phillips of Durango, CO. Sisters, Mrs. Emmett Wallace of York, Pa. & Mrs. Nina Eaton of Capon Bridge. Brother, Venner Lineberg of Winchester. (NVD 11 Dec 1972)

BARRICK, PHILIP (MRS.) of Kernstown died Sunday 21 Dec 1919 after a brief illness of diabetes. She was 49 yrs, 3 mos old d/o Samuel Mooney of Conicville. Husband, Philip Barrick & 6 children, Mrs. Basil Moore of Pennsylvania, Grace, Lizzie, Martha, Lester & James at home, 3 sisters & 2 brothers: Mrs. Paul Dellinger of Columbia Furnace, Mrs. Antna Miller of Conicville, Mrs. Joseph Brumback of West Virginia & James & Thomas Mooney of Conicville. Funeral at Columbia Furnace.

BARROW, THOMAS COVER of Strasburg died Saturday in the Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital. He was 86. Burial in the Panorama Memorial Gardens at Waterlick. Wife, Maude Ica Gardner. Daughters, Va. Arnott of Baltimore, Md., Carmen Kleese of Strasburg, Lorraine Golladay of Woodstock, Norma Newell of Front Royal & Joan Marston of Edinburg. Sister, Grace Martine of Phoenix, AZ. 9 grandchildren & 15 great grandchildren. Born 04 Mar 1886 at Star Tannery s/o Milton Barrow & Sarah Burner Barrow. (NVD 29 Jan 1973)

BASSETT, JOAN EDWINA FUNKHOUSER died at her home at Basye Monday. She was 39. Burial in the Trinity Powder Springs United Church of Christ Cemetery. w/o Paul J. Bassett. d/o Turner J. Funkhouser Sr. of Mt. Jackson & Mrs. Audrey Reba Moomaw Ciampa of Richmond Hill, NY. 3 children by a former marriage, Miss Cynthia Malonson of Basye & Miss Cassandra Malonson & Miss Christine Malonson both of Silver Spring, Md. Sisters, Jean Stover of Mt. Jackson & Mrs. Robert Micer of Falls Church. Brothers, Turner Funkhouser Jr. of Mt. Jackson & Eugene Miller of Hyattsville, Md. Born 30 Nov 1933 at Basye. (NVD 13 Dec 1972)

BEAN, IDA FLORENCE age 94 yrs. of Romney, WV. died Tuesday in the Hampshire Memorial Hospital in Romney. Burial in Ashbury Cemetery near Baker, WV. Born at Kirby, WV. 04 Aug 1878 d/o the late William Wesley & Sarah Ruckman Bean. Sister, Ella Ballard of Hamilton, Ohio. 2 nieces & 4 nephews. (NVD 19 Jan 1973)

BEATTY, FANNIE M. age 74 yrs. of Berryville died yesterday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Green Hill Cemetery. Born 13 Jan 1897 in Clarke Co. d/o the late John Franklin Augustus & Julia Ann Smallwood Royston. w/o Sidney C. Beatty. Daughters, Yvonne Nelson of Summerville, NJ., Caroline Suell of Citrus Heights, CA. & Zetta Herrick of Winchester. Sons, Howard R. Beatty of New Smyrna Beach, FL., Richard B. Beatty of Summerville, NJ. & David C. Beatty of Atlantic, VA. 15 grandchildren & 10 great grandchildren. (NVD 28 Dec 1972)

BEAZLEY, JAMES E., former postmaster at this place died Sunday evening (in Jan 1914) at his home. He was 68 yrs. old. Although only 16 years old at the outbreak of the War between the States he enlisted in the Tenth Virginia Infantry & served with gallantry until the Battle of Chancellorsville. His leg was shot off during a charge. He is survived by his widow & five children: William & Ed. Beazley of Washington, Charles Beazley, Blanche Beazley & another daughter, 14 yrs. old at home.

BEDDOW, GRACE STROSNIDER of Strasburg died Tuesday in the Shenandoah Co. Hospital at Woodstock. She was 83. Burial in Riverview Cemetery. Daughter, Louise Fishel of Strasburg. Sons, Harry E. Strosnider of Strasburg & Crawford Strosnider of Mt. Jackson. One grandchild. Born 02 May 1889 at Mt. Olive d/o Andrew J. Jenkins & Rebecca Reynolds Jenkins. Married twice, 1st, James Strosnider died in 1939 & 2nd Roy Beddow died in 1969. (NVD 29 Nov 1972)

BELEW, ARTHUR PAGE died last Saturday morning (04 Dec 1909). About one year ago he had a severe spell of sickness & for weeks the final outcome was uncertain. He rallied & improved so much that he gradually resumed the practice of medicine, though, owing to his weakened condition, he could not, as for years had been his custom respond to every call. A little more than 2 weeks ago, he was again taken down & almost daily he grew worse until the end came about 3 o’clock Saturday morning. He was born on the Jumping Run farm (now the Belgravia Stock Farm & owned by Jas. Cox), on 24 Oct 1848 & was but little more than 61 years of age. While yet a small boy his parents moved to this place & his home from that time to the day of his death was in Edinburg. Upon reaching young manhood he began clerking in a store, but the business not proving congenial he gave it up & concluded to study medicine, the profession followed by his father, Dr. Peter Belew. He entered the medical department at the University of Virginia in Sep 1869 & although he had done very little reading along that line, he took the course in one year, graduating in June 1870 & taking second place in a very large class. The one man who put up a better examination than he had already taken his A. M. at that institution & given 3 years to the study of medicine. Coming home with his diploma he at once took up the active practice of his chosen profession, associating himself with his father & he was a busy doctor from the 1st day. The funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon from the Christian Church by Rev. D. H. Rhodes assisted by Rev. J. S. Hutchinson. The interment was made by Undertaker Lemmon in the new cemetery about 5 o’clock. His only surviving brother, Mr. A. L. Belew of Aurelia, Iowa who was hastening here as fast as steam could bring him, missed a connection at Cincinnati & did not reach here until 4:30 & the body, reposing in its handsome black-covered metallic casket was held in the church until his brother arrived that he might once more gaze upon the features of him he loved. The floral tributes were abundant & handsome consisting in part of a bunch of pink carnations from Mrs. W. C. Painter & Mrs. Hugh Saum, a wreath of white chrysanthemums from Mesdames Fannie Williamson, R. J. Walker & T. W. Allen of Mt. Jackson, a bouquet of the same from Mrs. I. M. Hite & Miss Mary Foltz of Hamburg & the same from the Misses Cooper & Mr. & Mrs. Jos. Bell of Baltimore, pink carnations from Mr. & Mrs. Jos. C. Hutcheson, white carnations from Dr. F. M. Hisey, Chrysanthemums from Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Kline of Woodstock & a wreath of the same from Miss Mary Mantz & Mr. Rice of Baltimore & a magnificent bunch of roses from Miss Olive Riddleberger of Washington, DC. Dr. Belew is survived by his wife formerly Miss Mattie Saum & one son, Mr. Russell Belew, a practicing attorney of Washington, DC. & one daughter, Miss Ella, 2 sisters, Emma Riddleberger widow of the late U. S. Senator H. H. Riddleberger of Washington, DC. & Miss Laura Belew of Woodstock & one brother, A. L. Belew of Aurelia, Iowa. The following physicians attended the funeral: D. D. Carter, W. C. Ford, J. H. Smoot & S. J. Hoffman of Woodstock, R. McC. Hoffman of Tom’s Brook, J. W. Koontz & D. O. Foley of Mt. Jackson, D. Q. Will of Moore’s Store, _____ Biller of Forestville & F. M. Hisey & F. C. Downey of this place. The following relatives attended the funeral: Emma V. Riddleberger, Olive Riddleberger & Harry Heath Riddleberger of Washington, DC, Laura Belew & M. W. Magruder & wife of Woodstock, A. L. Belew of Aurelia, Iowa, Stephen Saum & wife of Oranda, Chas. Chiles & wife & Dr. B. F. Maphis of Strasburg & Dr. J. B. Maphis of Mt. Jackson.

BELL, RALPH PATTERSON age 65 yrs. of Martinsburg Pike, Winchester, Va. died Saturday at Newton D. Baker Veterans Administration Hospital, Martinsburg, WV. Burial in the Orleans Baptist Cemetery, Orleans, Va. Born 31 Oct 1907 in Prince William Co., Va. s/o the late Frank E. & Rose Payne Bell. Veteran of WWII. Sister, Juanita B. Driver of Martinsburg Pike, Winchester. (NVD 18 Dec 1972)

BEMIS, FRED CECIL age 75 yrs. of Woodstock died Monday at his home. Interment in Sunset View Memorial Gardens, Woodstock. Born 29 Jan 1897 in Shenandoah Co. s/o the late Cheney Howe & Della Mae Coffman Bemis. Wife, the former Dorothy Shipe. Daughter, Mrs. Jerry F. Lambert of Staunton. Son, Stanley Bemis of Woodstock. Sisters, Mrs. Luther Sheetz of Woodstock & Mrs. Harley Barton of Arlington. 4 granddaughters. (NVD 16 Jan 1973)

BENDER, DOROTHY age 75 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Marietta, Ohio. Born in Marietta 16 Mar 1897 d/o Walter Curtis & Margaret Mary Beach Comer. Married 29 Jun 1918 Howard L. Bender. Daughter, Nancy J. Lohr of Winchester. Son, Howard L. Bender Jr. of Morris Plains, NJ. Sisters, Mrs. Elmer (Rose) Beck of Marietta & Mrs. Albert (Margaret) Roggen of Winter Haven, Fl. 6 grandchildren. (NVD 04 Nov 1972)

BENNETT, LILLIAN LUCY age 56 yrs. of Star Tannery died Wednesday. Interment in Gravel Springs Cemetery. w/o Audley Wayne Bennett. Daughters, Priscilla C. Harmon of Alexandria, Mary Ann Colvin of Star Tannery & Ruth Bennett at home. Mother, Mary Mae Moore of Star Tannery. Brother, Melvin O. Moore of Star Tannery. 5 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. Born at Saskatchewan, Canada 19 Oct 1916. Father, Robert Franklin Moore preceded her in death. (NVD 19 Jan 1973)

BENTON, WILLIAM KEMPER age 72 yrs. of Chesterfield County, Va. native of Middleburg died in Richmond Wednesday morning. Burial in Sharon Cemetery, Middleburg. Born 11 Mar 1900 in Middleburg & lived there all his life until 2 years ago, when he moved to Chesterfield County. s/o the late William Clarke & Rosa Benton. Wife, Lois McConnell Benton of Chesterfield County. Sons, William M. Benton of Rome, Italy & Chesterfield County, Robert Clarke Benton of Chester, Va. & Professor Richard D. Benton of the University of Mississippi. 13 grandchildren. Sisters, Grace Benton & Rosalie Chamblin both of White Post. (NVD 09 Nov 1972)

BICKERSTAFF, WILLIAM age 55 yrs. of Basye died Tuesday of Frederick, Md. Burial in Powder Springs Cemetery. Born 29 Jun 1917 in Richmond s/o the late Joseph L. Bickerstaff & Mrs. Bickerstaff who survives. Married 27 Feb 1937 Doris Doeppe of Basye. Daughters, Patsy Bickerstaff Curley of Basye, Janice Bickerstaff Adams of Richmond. Sons, Richard Eugene Bickerstaff of Schenectady, NY., Dallas M. Brewer of Chester (a foster son). Sister, Anne Marie Bickerstaff of Haiti. Brothers, Joseph L. Bickerstaff III. &George A. Bickerstaff both of Richmond. 8 grandchildren. (NVD 07 Dec 1972)

BLUM, WILLIAM SR. age 90 yrs. of Washington & Yellow Spring, WV. died Thursday in a Winchester Nursing Home. Burial in Hebron Cemetery near Yellow Spring. Born 28 Dec 1881 in Philadelphia, Pa. s/o the late Jacob & Elizabeth Court Blum. Wife, Willetta Baylis Blum preceded him in death. (NVD 09 Dec 1972)

BOCK, ANNA - In loving remembrance of our dear daughter, Anna Bock who died 13 Feb 1900, aged 11 years.
Dearest loved one, we have laid thee in the peaceful grave’s embrace. But thy memory will be cherished Till we see thy heavenly face. (Parents & Sisters).

BOLLINGER, CLINTON K. of Front Royal died Sunday in the Regency Nursing Home at Suitland, Md. He was 83. Interment in the Washington National Cemetery. Wife, Mary E. Bollinger of Happy Creek. Daughter, Mrs. Jessie E. Leonard of Washington, DC. 5 grandchildren & 11 great grandchildren. Born in Bethesda, Ohio 02 Sep 1889 s/o Franklin L. & Jessie Bollinger. (NVD 05 Dec 1972)

BOSLEY, DOROTHY age 77 yrs. of Westernport, Md. died Thursday in the Potomac Valley Hospital in Keyser, WV. Daughters, Mary Trenum of Stephenson, Mrs. Jesse Fertig of Keyser. 4 grandsons & 2 great granddaughters. (NVD 30 Dec 1972)

BOUDE, A. P. (REV.) a prominent minister of the Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, died late Saturday afternoon (in Nov 1919) at his home at Stanley in Page Co. He was 85 years old & had been ill less than 2 weeks. He was a native of Mount Clifton, Shenandoah County. He was twice married & is survived by his 2nd wife, who was Miss Ida Pendergast. Funeral services from the Methodist Church at Stanley, Va. (Buried Graves Chapel Cemetery, Stanley, Page Co., Va.)

BOWERS, ALBERT C. age 83 yrs. of Woodstock died yesterday at his home. Burial in the Harrisville Cemetery at Toms Brook. Born 11 May 1889 at ST. Luke s/o the late Emma F. Coffman Bowers & James F. Bowers. Wife, the former Ida Good died 22 Nov 1951. Daughters, Mrs. Stanley Bowers of Woodstock, Mrs. James Tevault & Mrs. Edward Guard both of Stephens City. Sons, Alfred & Fulton Bowers both of Woodstock. Brothers, Clarence Bowers of Strasburg, John Bowers of Rockford, IL., Aquilla Bowers of Mt. Jackson & James Bowers of Front Royal. Sisters, Mrs. Clarence Hottle, Mrs. Frank Fogle & Mrs. Elmer Shiley all of Woodstock, Mrs. Paul Foltz of Mt. Jackson, Mrs. Robert Fisher of Toms Brook & Mrs. Albert Wiley of Hagerstown, Md. 6 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. (NVD 08 Dec 1972)

BOWERS, MAGGIE N. age 56 yrs. a native of Shenandoah County died Sunday Morning (in Nov 1940) in St. Mary’s Hospital, Huntington, WV. where she had been a patient for many weeks. She had lived at Huntington for the past 12 years. The body arrived at Woodstock Tuesday afternoon on the 12:19 train & was taken to the Dellinger Funeral Homer from there the funeral procession went to Fairview Church at 2:30 o’clock for services. Burial was made in Fairview. d/o Frank Chilcott who resides near Lantz Mill & besides her father & husband, Howard L. Bowers, is survived by 2 sisters, Mrs. S. H. Polk of Woodstock & 2 brothers, George F. Chilcott of Washington & Samuel Chilcott of Ohio.

BOWERSETT, LEE FROST of Marshall died Friday in the Fauquier Hospital in Warrenton. Interment in the Marshall Cemetery. Born on the Silver Spring Farm near Marshall. Son-in-law, George Whitford. Daughter, Virginia Lee Whitford. 2 granddaughters & 2 great grandsons. Wife, Sallie Bowersett preceded him in death. s/o F. Lee Bowersett. (NVD 20 Jan 1973)

BOWMAN, ELIZABETH G. age 90 yrs. of Clinton, Iowa died 14 Jan 1973 in the Alverno Nursing Home in Clinton. Burial in Mt. Jackson Cemetery. Born 30 Nov 1882 d/o the late Charles & Helen Dawn Graves. w/o the late Archibald F. Bowman. 7 nieces & nephews. (NVD 16 Jan 1973)

BOWMAN, GEORGIA L. age 78 yrs. of New Market died 30 Jan 1973 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Alexandria. Born 06 May 1893 at New Market d/o the late Oliver J. & Anna Lee Comer Reedy. Husband, Jacob F. Bowman died 09 Apr 1967. Nieces & nephews survive. Burial in Emmanuel Cemetery near New Market. (Shenandoah Herald 07 Feb 1973)

BOWMAN, IDA R. (MRS. M. LUTHER BOWMAN) - died 02 Sep 1941. Funeral services were held Thursday at her home near Hamburg, Va. after having been ill for several months. She was laid to rest in the family lot in Zion Cemetery. d/o the late Jacob & Elizabeth Myers & was born 27 Aug 1870 & was married to Mr. Bowman 29 Nov 1891. He died 8 years ago. Daughters, Mrs. Clarence Zirkle of New Market & Miss May Bowman at home. Sons, Roy O. Bowman of Mt. Jackson, Va., J. Earl Bowman of Hamburg, Va., Harry G. Bowman of Fort Belvoir & W. Fred Bowman at home. Sisters, Mollie Grim of Woodstock, Mrs. T. D. Foltz of Mt. Jackson & Mrs. J. M. Carpenter of Palmyra, Pa. Brothers, W. Tom Myers & Jonn J. Myers of Hamburg, Va. A number of grandchildren.

BOWMAN, JENNIE CATHERINE died 17 Nov 1940 w/o John Bowman. Funeral held from Wesley Chapel. She was laid to rest in the family lot in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock. d/o the late Benjamin F. & Barbara Holtzman Didawick & was born 11 Jun 1872. Married 01 Sep 1896 John Bowman. Children, Thelma Heishman of Hamburg, D. Frank Bowman of Edinburg, & J. Fred Bowman of Maurertown. 8 grandchildren. Sister, Anna Belle Lambert of Readus. Brother, Home Didawick of Washington & Woodstock. Pallbearers were his nephews, Glenn, Earl, John, Harry & Roy Didawick & Benjamin Lambert.

BOWMAN, JOHN S. - Sunday morning our community was shocked to learn of the sudden change for the worse & subsequent death of John Samuel Bowman, one of Strasburg’s most highly respected & worthy citizens. Mr. Bowman had been confined to his bed for several weeks, having been taken ill with typhoid-grippe. His condition seemed to be gradually changing for the better until it was thought that all danger had been removed. Saturday he was allowed to sit up a short while for the first time. But about twelve-thirty Sunday morning a change for the worse was very noticeable. It was sudden, serious & sad, for Mr. Bowman breathed his last within 2 hours at two-thirty o’clock. Mr. Bowman having been born 27 Feb 1850 had reached the age of 63 yrs, 7 mos. & 15 days. He was one of 8 children of the late Isaac & Martha Bowman & had lived practically his entire life in Strasburg. His wife was formerly, Miss Mollie Funk, d/o the late Obediah Funk. Surviving the deceased are his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Lauck Hottle of Strasburg, 2 sons, Frank Bowman of Ellicott City, Md. & Hugh H. Bowman of Riverton & 2 sisters, Mrs. S. M. Funk & Mrs. Catherine Machir of Strasburg. Funeral services were conducted from the Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon at two thirty o’clock by Rev. John W. Link, his pastor, assisted by Rev. J. D. Hamaker. Interment was made in Riverview Cemetery. The pallbearers were Messrs. F. M. Zea, R. S. Wright, J. W. Eberly, C. W. Heater, A. M. Jenkins & C. W. Spengler.

BOWMAN, MARY KATE - whose ancestors were among the early settlers of the Valley of Virginia died at ‘Tirra Lirra’ the home of her brother & sister-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Milton H. Bowman, on Monday afternoon (in Feb 1938). d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Bowman she was born at the ancestral home of the Bowman’s on the Shenandoah River east of Woodstock & had spent her entire life in this section. The Bowman estate was a grant from Lord Fairfax & has been in the family since colonial days. Had she lived until February 26, the deceased would have reached her 69th birthday. Brothers, Milton H. Bowman & Charles Bowman. Niece, Miss Charlotte Bowman of Woodstock & Washington.

BOWMAN, MIRIAM died Saturday in the Shawnee Springs Nursing Home at Winchester. She was 76. Burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Brother, Warren Bowman of Port Charlotte, FL. A nephew. Born 08 Feb 1896 in Front Royal d/o John Bowman & Elmira Beatty Bowman. (NVD 27 Nov 1972)

BOYD, BEULAH W. age 60 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday morning in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Interment in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 27 Feb 1912 in Wardensville, WV. d/o the late George & Bead Strosnider Wilson. Married 03 Jul 1935 in Winchester Maynard L. Boyd. Sons, German Jordan Wilson of Wardensville, Douglas W. Boyd & Jerry A. Boyd both of Winchester. Daughter, Barbara B. West of Winchester. Brothers, Boyd Wilson of Wardensville, Clary Wilson, Sewel Wilson & Clyde Wilson all of Winchester. Sisters, Hazel Rinard of Wardensville & Ruth Blanchfield of Winchester. 2 grandchildren. Sisters, Nettie Martin & Bess Orndorff preceded her in death. (NVD 31 Oct 1972)

BOYD, STROTHER H. age 78 yrs. of Winchester died Sunday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Frederick Co. 30 Apr 1894 s/o the late Charles E. & Mattie Hinton Boyd. Married 22 Oct 1914 in Hagerstown, Md. the former Sadie Haymaker. Sons, Charles E. Boyd & Strother W. Boyd both of Stephenson. Daughter, Helen B. Crosby & Suzanne B. Valenzuela both of Alexandria. 5 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. He was the last member of his immediate family. (NVD 06 Feb 1973)

BOYER, MARY AUGUSTA age 83 yrs. of Middletown died Friday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Interment in Prospect Hill Cemetery in Front Royal. Born 02 Oct 1889 in Reliance d/o the late Samuel & Emma Rinker. w/o the late Thomas M. Boyer. Sons, Paul Boyer of Middletown & Joseph & Julian Boyer both of Winchester. Brothers, Harry P. Rinker of Nineveh & Lonzie Rinker of Aliquippa, Pa. Sister, Carolyn Callahan of Clearwater, FL. 6 grandchildren & 5 great grandchildren. (NVD 09 Dec 1972)

BRAITHWAITE, MARY ROSETTA ‘Rose’ age 97 yrs. of Millersville, MD. died Sunday in North Arundel Convalescent Home at Glen Burnie, MD. Burial in Trinity Baptist Cemetery near Reynolds Store. Born 27 Sep 1875 in Frederick Co. d/o the late George Washington & Frances Lavenia Ashton DeHaven. Husband, Harry Lee Braithwaite Sr. died 29 Jul 1940. Children, Mrs. Joseph (Etha) Hite of Millersville, Md. with whom she made her home, Harry L. Braithwaite Jr. of Nain & Mrs. Aubrey (Frances) Kibler of Woodstock. Stepdaughter, Mrs. Lester (Clare) Dailey of Whitacre. 5 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren. Stepsisters, Lottie Whitacre of Inwood, WV. & Naomi Luttrell of White Hall. Stepbrothers, Oliver DeHaven of Albin & Luther DeHaven of Maryland. (NVD 14 Nov 1972)

BREWER, NINA C. age 71 yrs. of Washington died yesterday in Holy Cross Hospital, Montgomery Co., Md. Burial in Rosedale Cemetery, Martinsburg. Born 06 Apr 1902 in Clarke County d/o the late John B. & Mary Bettie Fowler Levi. Husband, Floyd R. Brewer died 01 Sep 1969. Sister, Lena Futterer of Akron, Ohio. Nephew, Allen Levi of Baltimore, Md. One great niece & one great nephew. Mrs. Margaret E. Lewis died 06 Jan 1970 & a brother Allen Levi died 18 Mar 1950. (NVD 19 Oct 1972)

BRIDGES, GARY G. age 37 yrs. of Columbia, TN. died there Thursday. Burial in the Welch Cemetery at Monterey. Born 20 Apr 1935 in Mercer Co., WV. s/o Lucy Lam of Manassas & the late James Sterling Bridges. His wife survives (not named). Son, Gary Ray Bridges of Fairfax. Brothers, Frank Bridges of Aerrington, OH., James Bridges of Gainesville, Tom Bridges of Leesburg, Bobby Bridges of Culpeper & Virgil Bridges of Bealeton. Sisters, Hazel Payne of Philomont, Charlotte Robinson of Princeton, WV., Mary Sudo of Berryville, Wanda Syle of Hawaii, Sarah Baldwin & Patricia McLane both of Manassas & Jackie Farmer of Fairfax. 34 nieces & nephews. (NVD 25 Jan 1973)

BRILL, EILEEN DORTHY WEBER of Baltimore, Md. died Saturday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was 25. Burial in Massanutten Cemetery. Born 11 Oct 1947 at Rostin Park, Long Island, NY. d/o George J. Weber Jr. & Mrs. Dorthy M. Henry Weber of Solihull, England. w/o Earl Downey Brill Jr. whom she married 03 May 1968. Daughter, Mary Kathleen Brill at home. Brothers, George R. Weber, Robert W. Weber, James P. Weber & Thomas M. Weber all at home. Grandparents, George J. Weber Sr. of New York City & Mr. & Mrs. William H. Henry of Long Island, NY. (NVD 27 Nov 1972)

BRILL, IDA L. age 89 yrs. formerly of Gore, Va. died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Interment in the Timber Ridge Cemetery. Born 16 Apr 1883 at Rock Enon Springs, Va. near Gore d/o the late Morgan M. & Mary Belle Good Larrick. Married to the late Robert H. Brill who died 21 Aug 1935. Children, Mrs. John (Lelia) Cooper of Strasburg, Mrs. Marvin (Edith) Miller of Winchester, Mrs. Marco (Pauline) McIllwee of Mountain Falls Route, Winchester, Mrs. Willis (Juanita) Fox of Hagerstown, Md. & Leonard R. Brill of Winchester. 9 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, one great-great grandchild. Sister, Pauline Hawkins of Broadway. (NVD 27 Jan 1973)

BROTHER PETER - A funeral service will be conducted at 11 a. m. this morning in Monroe, Va. for Brother Peter, 73 who died Wednesday at Father Judge Seminary in Monroe. He was born 03 Jan 1899 in Williamsetts, MA. He entered the Trinitarian Order on 07 Sep 1935 & was with the Jordan Springs Seminary for 17 years up to Jun 1971. (NVD 25 Nov 1972)

BROWN, ALBERT LEROY age 77 yrs. of Gerrardstown, WV. died Thursday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Born 05 Aug 1895 at Green Springs s/o the late George & Ellen Milburn Brown. Widow, the former, Carrie Virginia Allen. Sons, Leroy Brown of Winchester, Ralph Brown & George Brown both of Albin, Paul Brown of Gerrardstown & Charles Brown at home. 8 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren. Sister, Mervil Rowland of Gerrardstown. Brothers, William Brown of Mt. Jackson & Harry Brown of Frederick Co. A number of nieces & nephews. Burial in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. (NVD 13 Jan 1973)

BROWN, CHARLES ELWOOD SR. age 32 yrs. died Friday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital following a fall at the Corning Glass Works in Martinsburg, WV. Burial in Rose Hill Cemetery at Shepherdstown. Born in Shepherdstown 09 Feb 1940 s/o Harry R. & Mary E. Brown of Clearbrook. Wife, Evelyn Rosetta Grantham Brown. Children, Grey Elliott & Christopher Larone Brown both at home. 5 children by a previous marriage, Charles E. Brown Jr., Danette J. Brown, Brian E. Brown, Darwin T. Brown & Beverly Ann Brown all of Martinsburg. Maternal grandmother, Sarah E. Brown of Clearbrook. Sisters, Mrs. Russell (Mary) Robinson of Winchester, Mrs. William (Evelyn) Johnson of Charles Town, WV. & the Misses Rosie I., Mary E. & Sharon I. Brown all of Clearbrook. Brothers, Johnny R. & Carl Brown both of Winchester, Calvin Brown of Summit Point, WV. & Clyde & Ronald Brown both of Clearbrook. (NVD 23 Jan 1973)

BROWN, JULIA ELLEN age 71 of Strasburg died Wednesday in Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. Interment in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg. Born 15 Feb 1901 in Strasburg d/o the late Joseph Marcus Mitchell Sr. & Susan Henretty Mitchell. w/o the late Lauck Walton Brown. Son, Richard W. Brown of Woodstock. Daughters, Mrs. Kenneth L. (Sue) Williams, Miss Jerry Brown & Mrs. Charles W. (Jo) Mumaw all of Strasburg. Brothers, Roy O. Mitchell of Portsmouth, Ohio & Joe M. Mitchell of Victoria, Texas. Sister, Mrs. Alfred K. (Frances) Stokes of Winchester. 6 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. (NVD 01 Feb 1973)

BROWN, LEONARD CLEVELAND age 43 yrs. of Winchester died Saturday night in the Fauquier Co. Hospital, Warrenton. Burial in Rockland Cemetery. Born in Howellsville, Warren Co. 27 Dec 1928 s/o the late Claude L. & Mary McDonald Brown. Stepmother, Grace Brown of Centreville. Brother, Preston Brown of Frederick, Md. Sisters, Frances Nalls of Rixeyville, Virginia Lanham of Winchester, Josephine Cornell of Belle Meade & Celestine Brown of Staunton. Half sisters, Mollie Bogg of Nokesville & Hattie Hite of Bealeton. (NVD 11 Dec 1972)

BRUMBACK, EARL COPP age 86 yrs. of Middletown died Thursday morning in Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. Interment in Cedarwood Cemetery in Edinburg. Born 17 Jun 1886 in Woodstock s/o the late Joseph Brumback & Julia Cop Brumback. Husband of the late Lucie Clinedinst Brumback. Brother, Joseph Edward Brumback of Baltimore, Md. (NVD 22 Dec 1972)

BUCHER, BERTHA ELLEN of Strasburg died Wednesday night in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital. She was 61. Burial in the Lebanon Church Cemetery. w/o Lester Nelson Bucher. Sons, Delruis Bucher & Harry Bucher of Strasburg & Clyde Bucher of Strasburg. Brother, Howard Sine of Winchester. 8 grandchildren. Born 16 Mar 1911 in Shenandoah County d/o John B. & Ida Shoemaker Sine. (NVD 24 Nov 1972)

BUHL, MAY E. age 71 yrs. of New Market died 09 Dec 1972 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. Born 01 Feb 1901 at New Market d/o the late J. Frank & Annie Funkhouser Zirkle. Married 04 May 1929 John Wesley Buhl. Daughter, Anna Lee Hurley of Falls Church. Son, Henry F. Buhl of New Market. Sister, Nellie R. Zirkle of New Market. Brothers, John Wilmer & Everett Zirkle both of New Market. Burial in St. Matthews Cemetery. (Shenandoah Herald 13 Dec 1972)

BULLOCK, MILDRED E. age 80 yrs. of Winchester died Sunday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born in Ashland, Mass. on 04 Nov 1891 d/o the late Arden L. & Mary Chamberlin Page. Married the late John W. Bullock on 30 Jun 1911 in Sommerville, Mass. Daughters, Mrs. Boyd (Jean) Unger of Winchester with whom she had lived since 1946 & Emily B. Cochran of Lincoln. Half brother, A. Leonard Page of Santa Barbara, CA. Step sister, Leona H. Smith of Santa Barbara. 5 grandchildren & 5 great grandchildren. (NVD 24 Oct 1972)

BURKHARDT, IRVING J. age 75 yrs. of Bloomery Star Route died Sunday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Oakland Cemetery near Unger, WV. Born 01 Sep 1897 in New York. Veteran of WWI. He was the last member of his family. (NVD 12 Dec 1972)

BURNER, LUTHER R. member of a well-known Shenandoah County family whose ancestors were among the early settlers of the Valley died suddenly at his home in Macon, Ga last Sunday evening (in Sep 1940) following a heart attack. s/o the late Joseph & Barbara Burner he was born at the old Burner homestead on the Shenandoah River, East of Woodstock 73 years ago. Here he grew to manhood. 1st wife, Annie Hamrick of near Woodstock passed away many years ago. He moved to Florida & later to Georgia where he was married 19 years ago to Annie Hanson who survives. 6 children, Bender Burner of Dayton, Ohio, Louis Burner of Maurertown, Va., Walter Burner of Woodstock, Va., Mrs. Romeo Finks of Woodstock, Va., Mrs. William Harrison of Goldsboro, NC. & Mrs. Leon Mullins of St. Petersburg, Florida, 2 brothers, John Burner & M. D. Burner of near Woodstock, Va. 19 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. Interment in the family lot in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock, VA.

BURNSHIRE, MATTIE KIBLER w/o William E. Burnshire died at her home on the Shenandoah River, east of Woodstock Saturday morning (30 Nov 1940) following a long illness of heart trouble, high blood pressure & complications. d/o Jacob G. Kibler & Mary Barr Kibler & was born near Saumsville, Va. 12 May 1905, just 35 years ago last May. 4 children, Polly Ann, Doris Helen, William Howard & Richard Edward. Sisters & brothers, Stella Link of Toms Brook, Va., Maude Price, Kirby Kibler & William Kibler of Washington, DC., Walter Kibler of Paradise, Ca. & Reuben Kibler of Saumsville, Va. Laid to rest beneath beautiful flowers in the family lot in Massanutten Cemetery.

BUTLER, BLANCHE M. ‘Bee’ age 19 of Winchester died in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Orrick Cemetery. Born 06 Jul 1953 in Winchester d/o Della Doleman Butler Jackson & the late Holmes Butler. Stepfather, Douglas Jackson. Children, Cornell Butler & Jonathan Butler both at home. Sister, Ada Summers of Winchester. Brother, James Butler of Hagerstown, Md. (NVD 29 Jan 1973)

BUTLER, MARY age 83 yrs. of Summit Point, WV. died yesterday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Born 20 Oct 1889 in New Orleans, La. w/o Alfred (Pete) Butler. Son, Richard Francois of New Orleans. Daughter, Mrs. Geneva Matthews of Baltimore, Md. A number of grandchildren & great grandchildren. Sister, Mrs. Loretta Dorsey of Washington, DC. Burial in Pleasant View Memory Gardens in Martinsburg, WV. (NVD 31 Oct 1972, 02 Nov 1972)

BUTNER, CARSTON E. of Richmond died in the St. Elizabeth Hospital, Richmond, Saturday night. Wife, Louise Carper Butner, a former resident of Strasburg. Son, Gene. Daughter, Karen at home. (NVD 13 Nov 1972)

CALVERT, CORNELIA age 92 yrs. of McLean died Monday as a result of injuries sustained in an auto accident. Burial in the Rock Creek Cemetery. Born 11 Nov 1880 in Campbell Co., Va. d/o the late William Joseph & Nelly Jefferson Payton Knight. w/o the late George H. Calvert Jr. who died in 1950. Daughters, Eleanor Calvert Tompkins Lewis of Delaplane & Margaret Calvert Collett of Annapolis, Mc. 4 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren. (NVD 30 Nov 1972)

CAMERON, BEVERLY WELFORD age 82 yrs. of Riverton died Tuesday night at Warren Memorial Hospital. Interment at Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born 14 Sep 1890 in Warren Co. s/o the late Isaac Cameron & Mary Palmer Cameron. Wife, Weltie Morris Cameron. Daughters, Leona C. Carroll of Front Royal, Mildred C. Mark of Waynesboro, Gertrude C. Berryman of Front Royal, Beatrice C. Judy of Salisbury, Md., Bertha C. Ellison of Bowie, Md. & Barbara C. Brown of Front Royal. Sons, Beverly H. Cameron of Front Royal, James C. Cameron of District Heights, Md. & Larry R. Cameron of Falls Church. 15 grandchildren & 5 great grandchildren. (NVD 19 Oct 1972)

CAMERON, EFFIE MAE of Front Royal died Monday in the Shawnee Springs Nursing Home at Winchester. She was 87. Burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery. A sister, Mrs. Herrell of Norfolk survives. Born in Virginia. Husband, Ashby Cameron predeceased her. (NVD 24 Oct 1972)

CAMPBELL, EDITH age 87 yrs. of Boyce died Thursday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial at the Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester. Born 19 May 1885 d/o the late Moses & Margaret Rust Foley. Married to the late Eugene H. Campbell. Sister, Mrs. Luther Broaddus of Springtown, Texas. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 27 Jan 1973)

CAMPBELL, EFFIE LOVEGROVE age 71 yrs. of Front Royal died Thursday morning in Warren Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Steeles Tavern. Born 02 Jul 1901 in Raphine, Va. d/o the late A. J. Lovegrove & Ella Arehart Lovegrove. w/o Lee Campbell. Brothers, Arthur Lovegrove of Kokomo, IN., Oscar Lovegrove of Churchville, Va., William Lovegrove of Swoope, Va. Sisters, Juanita Mowry of Front Royal & Mrs. Callie Riddle of Staunton. (NVD 01 Dec 1972)

CAMPBELL, JAMES DWIGHT SR. of Woodstock died Thursday in the Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital. He was 73. Burial in the Massanutten Cemetery. Wife, the former Ruth Miller. Son, J. D. Campbell Jr. of Thurmont, Md. Sisters, Gladyes Rodgers & Ann Ricci both of Alexandria & Mable Johnston of Armagh, Pa. Brother, Millard Campbell SR. of Armagh, Pa. 4 grandchildren. Born 14 Jan 1900 at Armagh, Pa. s/o Christopher & Sarah Miksel Campbell. (NVD 20 Jan 1973)

CAMPBELL, VIRGINIA PEACH age 76 of White Post died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Ivy Hill Cemetery in Upperville. Born in Upperville on 27 Oct 1896 d/o the late Robert Murphy & Zella Dice Peach. Married John W. Campbell 03 Jun 1925 in Upperville. Daughters, Virginia C. Millard of Winchester & Jean Nicklas of Long Island, NY. Son, John W. Campbell Jr. of Allison Park, Pa. 4 grandsons. Sister, Mrs. Joseph N. Walton of Winchester. Brother, Robert M. Peach of Winchester. (NVD 19 Dec 1972)

CARLYLE, ADA MARY age 80 yrs. of New Market died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Copenhaver Sr. of New Market. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born in Clarke County 11 Aug 1892. Son, William A. Carlyle of Winchester. Brother, William Carlyle of Baltimore, Md. 6 grandchildren & one great grandchild. (NVD 25 Oct 1972)

CARPER, ANNIE VIRGINIA age 87 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 12 Sep 1885 d/o the late William T. & Cornelia Singhass Hottel. w/o the late L. Irvin Carper. Daughter, Gertrude Patton of Winchester. Sister, Mrs. Austin White of Bedford. A number of nieces & nephews. Preceded in death by a son, Paul L. Carper. (NVD 03 Feb 1973)

CARPER, CASPER W. of Baltimore, Md. formerly of Edinburg died Tuesday in the Maryland city. He was 69. Burial in Cedarwood Cemetery at Edinburg. Wife, Dorothy Silcott Carper predeceased him. Daughters, Helen Forster of Springfield, Pa. & Charlotte Laubach of Baltimore. Son, Casper Carper Jr. of Edinburg. 4 grandchildren. Born 04 Oct 1903 at Edinburg s/o Lee & Lucy Wetzel Carper. (NVD 11 Jan 1973)

CARPER, ETHEL ERNESTINE age 65, a former resident of Winchester died Friday night in a Lynchburg Hospital. Burial at Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Winchester. Born 02 Jun 1907 in Frederick Co. d/o the late Phillip M. & Rosie Clowser Carper. Sisters, Elsie Loy of McLean & Colleen Farmer & Winifred Keller both of Winchester. Brothers, Elwood H. Carper & Marshall Carper both of Winchester. (NVD 27 Nov 1972)

CARRIER, ROTHWELL LEWIN age 67 yrs. of Lehew, WV. died yesterday at his residence. Burial in Timber Ridge Church Cemetery. Born 31 Aug 1905 in Lehew s/o the late Lewis & Cordelia Reid Carrier. Wife, the former Armetha Haines. 2 foster grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Ardell O. Lafollette, brother, Creighton C. Carrier of Winchester. (NVD 15 Dec 1972)

CARRIER, SAMUEL - Funeral services were held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. G. R. Rhinehart of Calvary. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock. He was born at Calvary 04 Mar 1851 & died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. G. R. Rhinehart of Calvary 13 Nov 1930, aged 79.8.9. He was a retired farmer. His wife, Virginia Miller Carrier preceded him in death 13 years ago. Surviving are 3 daughters, Mrs. G. R. Rhinehart of Calvary, Mrs. O. B. Golladay of Woodstock & Mrs. Charles Cleary of Calvary. Sons, Charles R. Carrier of Kansas City, Mo. & J. H. Carrier of Chicago, Il. 12 grandchildren.

CARTER, ALLEN ELDRIDGE age 72 yrs. of Stephens City died Tuesday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mount Hebron Cemetery. Born in Fairmont, WV. 17 Aug 1900 s/o the late Eldridge & Valarie Hill Carter. Married Nell Taylor on 24 Nov 1939 in New York City. (NVD 16 Nov 1972)

CARY, ESSIE MARIE ‘Tillie’ age 66 yrs. died Sunday morning in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Interment in Riverview Cemetery. Born 06 Sep 1906 in Fort Valley in Shenandoah County d/o the late Oliver C. & Susan Hoffman Munch. w/o the late Walter M. Cary. Sons, Walter O. Cary of Virginia Beach & Paul F. Cary of Woodbridge. Daughters, Patricia M. Hancock of Manassas & Polly C. Wilson of Strasburg. Stepdaughter, Gertrude Balster of Alexandria. Stepson, James Cary of Colorado. Brothers, John Munch of Seven Fountains & William Munch of Front Royal. 11 grandchildren, 2 step grandchildren & 4 step great grandchildren. (NVD 24 Oct 1972, Shenandoah Herald 25 Oct 1972)

CAVE, FANNIE MARIE - Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Marie Cave of Seven Fountains will be held this afternoon in the Trinity church of the Brethren with burial to follow in the Smith Cemetery both at Seven Fountains. She was 52, wife of Clifton L. Cave died Friday evening (Oct. 6) in the Shenandoah County Memorial. Born 27 Jan 1920 in the Fort Valley d/o the late William Henry & Nettie Ritenour Burner. Daughters, Mrs. Dwight Hoover, Mrs. Paul Mumaw & Mrs. Wayne Cullers all of Woodstock & Mrs. Norman Kerber of Alexandria. Son, Larry Cave of Woodstock. Brothers, William Burner of Jessup, Md. & Melvin E. Burner of Edinburg. Sisters, Edith Stout of Staunton, Eunice Mowery of Woodstock, Violet Funk of Front Royal & Ruth Huffman of Brainard, MN. 2 grandsons.  Hospital. Pallbearers will be George McClanahan, Elvin Burner, William Burner, Paul Crisman, John Cave & Charles Johnson. (NVD 10 Oct 1972, Shenandoah Herald 11 Oct 1972)

CAVE, MINNIE LEE died at her home at St. David’s Church Wednesday. She was 81. Interment in the Detrick Cemetery at Seven Fountains. Married twice, 1st Arthur Ritenour died in 1930 & 2nd, Clarence Cave died in 1958. Sons, Lawrence Ritenour of St. David’s Church, Millard Ritenour of Brooksville, FL., Carson Ritenour of Westminster, Md. & Hobert Ritenour of Norfolk. Daughter, Retha Munch of Front Royal. 14 grandchildren & 10 great grandchildren. Born 19 Aug 1891 at Dilbeck, Va. d/o James & Alice Shifflett Clem. (NVD 29 Dec 1972)

CAVE, OTIS W. age 62 yrs. of Gore died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born 10 Dec 1910 in Shenandoah Co. s/o the late David & Dolly Lichliter Cave. Wife, Lena B. Dunlap Cave died in Dec 1971. Children, Otis M. Cave of Gore, Mrs. Paul (Clara) Simmons of Sunnyside, Mrs. Herbert (Beatrice) Reynolds of Winchester & Billy Cave of Clinton, Md. 14 grandchildren, one great grandchild. Brother, William Cave of Upper Marlboro, Md. Sisters, Agnes Moore & Lena Shifflett both of Front Royal & Clara Munch of Seven Fountains. (NVD 23 Jan 1973)

CHAMBERS, JOHN (MRS.) - News has reached here of the tragic end of Mrs. John Chambers of Pendleton county, WV. Mrs. Chambers, who was an elderly woman, went in search of her cows one evening last week. She failed to return & the next day a search was made. Neighbors found her body the 2nd day. Mrs. Chambers, it is believed, became bewildered & wandered about until she was exhausted. As the night was cold, she must have suffered terribly before death relieved her. The cows came home. Mrs. Chambers lived in a mountainous region. (Date of death - in Nov 1898)

CHAPMAN, MERCY CORA age 65 yrs. of Berryville died Sunday at her residence. Burial in Green Hill Cemetery. Born 09 Sep 1907 in Berryville d/o the late J. P. & Della Shackleford Kercheval. w/o Calvin C. Chapman. Daughter, Mrs. Sloan Miller of Herndon. Son, Richard L. Chapman of Berryville. 7 grandchildren. Brothers, Preston V. Kercheval of Winchester & Henry Kercheval of Washington, DC. (NVD 08 Jan 1973)

CHARLES, ARLENE MARSTON of Woodstock formerly of Hagerstown, Md. died Saturday in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital of injuries sustained a short time earlier in an auto accident. Interment in the family lot at St. Paul’s Reformed Church at Clear Spring, Md. Son, C. M. Charles of Hagerstown, Md. Daughters, Mrs. James Brackett of Hagerstown & Mrs. Lee Beveridge of Boonsboro, Md. Sisters, Ethel Denison of Woodstock & Mrs. J. H. Little Sr. of Strasburg. Brothers, Louis Marston of Woodstock, Ford Marston of Stuart, Fl. & Frank Marston of Edinburg. 3 grandchildren. Husband, Clarkson M. Charles predeceased her. d/o William Frank & Mary Jane Clem Marston of Woodstock. Married in 1937. (NVD 02 Jan 1973)

CHRISTIAN, ARTHUR B.(Belew) - s/o William Christian died in service of his country on 13 Nov 1918.
Edinburg, March 1-Possibly the largest military funeral ever held in Shenandoah county was that Sunday afternoon when Arthur B. Christian of Lantz Mill, was laid to rest in the Union Forge Cemetery near here. Young Christian was 28 years of age & died while in the service of his country overseas on November the thirteenth, 1918. The remains wrapped in an American flag was brought to Edinburg Friday night & were taken to his home at Lantz Mill. Services were conducted Sunday afternoon at two o’clock. Fully 1500 people attended the services, the body being in charge of The Blue Ridge Post, American Legion. Services were first conducted at the church by the deceased’s pastor, Rev. D. H. Rhodes of the Christian Church. The American Legion fifty strong, under Post Commander R. B. Coffman took charge of the services at the grave & the body was interred with full military honors. Vice Commander Milton C. Hollingsworth had charge of the firing squad which was composed of Floyd S. Sweeney, Cecil E. Moyer, Norman Stoner, Russel Sibert, Paul C. Zirkle & Ray Allison. The Color guard was composed of George Patton & John Crissman. Bugler Hicks of New Market sounded taps. Pallbearers were Isaac Bowman, Landon Dirting, Clyde Baker, Fred Wheeler, Samuel Polk, Leslie Barton, John Numan & Charles Hollingsworth. That the young man was held in high esteem was evidenced by the beautiful floral tributes, among them being one from the American Legion & one from the Red Cross chapter. Mr. Christian was the s/o William Christian who survives, also the following brothers & sisters, John, Charles, Fred & Cleveland.

CISLER, ARTHUR WATSON of Marshall died at his home late Tuesday evening. He was 89. Interment in the Orlean Cemetery. Wife, Ruth E. Cisler. Daughters, Norma Raymond of Arlington & Lenora Kellner of Deltonia, Fl. Sons, Nathan Cisler of Manassas & Raymond Cisler of Fern Park, Fl. Sister, Elsie Harmon of East Palestine, Ohio. 14 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. s/o Nathan & Sarah Edwards Cisler. Born 13 Mar 1883. (NVD 11 Jan 1973)

CLAFLIN, HOWARD (MRS.) of Radford formerly of Front Royal died 01 Jan 1973 in a Radford hospital. w/o Howard Claflin. Son, Howard Claflin Jr. of Roanoke. Daughter, Mrs. Frank Holland of Radford. 2 grandchildren. (NVD 03 Jan 1973)

CLARK, ARTHUR C. age 84 - A funeral service will be conducted tomorrow at Omps Funeral Home. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 30 Oct 1888 in Frederick Co. s/o the late John A. C. & Mary Suzanna Loy Clark. Daughter, Josephine W. Fishel of Winchester. 4 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren & one step great grandchild. (NVD 26 Dec 1972)

CLARK, WALTER HOWARD, 51, of the Veterans Center at Salem died Monday. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 12 Mar 1921 in Winchester s/o the late Theodore Carson & Bertha Barrett Clark. Veteran of WWII. Sisters, Marie Peyton, Virginia Anderson, Clara Lowe all of Winchester & Lucille Dove of Front Royal. Brother, Stover Clark of Berryville. (NVD 06 Dec 1972)

CLARK, WILLIE HUBERT age 74 yrs. of Winchester died Saturday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Born in Warren Co. 18 Jan 1897 s/o the late John A. & Katherine Cooper Clark. Married the former Bessie Edwards of Paw Paw, WV. Daughter, Mrs. Jason ‘Billy’ Newsome of Orlando, Fl. 3 grandchildren. Brothers, Charles Clayton Clark of Charles Town, WV. & Marvin Clark of Stephens City. Burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Front Royal, VA. (NVD 15 Jan 1973)

CLARK, ZENITH LOUISE age 51 of Winchester died Sunday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born at Quicksburg, Va. 03 Apr 1921 d/o the late Arthur F. Olinger & Florence Swartz Olinger. Married 11 Nov 1939 in Winchester Roy Clark. Sisters, Mildred Baker, Irene Olinger, Ella Johnson & June Seal all of Winchester. Brothers, Mus Olinger of St. Petersburg, Fl. & Clifton Olinger of Cambridge, Md. (NVD 18 Dec 1972)

CLARKE, NANCY SPONAGLE widow of Solomon Clarke while trying to kindle a fire with coal oil on Sunday evening was so badly burned that she died at 2 o’clock this morning (24 Mar 1919). Her son, George Sponagle; with whom she makes her home was at the barn feeding stock when he heard her cries. Going at once to her assistance, he extinguished the flames & was seriously burned on the hands, arms & face, his hands suffering most. Mr. Sponagle lives near St. Luke. Mrs. Clark was 74 years old & is survived by 3 daughters & 2 sons, children of a former marriage: George Sponagle & Samuel Sponagle of St. Luke & Mrs. Ida Bowers, Mrs. Mary McKinley & Mrs. Katie Gilbert of Ohio.

CLATTERBUCK, JUNIOR WASHINGTON age 55 died 22 Oct 1972 at the Veterans Hospital in Washington, DC. Native of Rappahannock Co. s/o Amos Clatterbuck & Lillie Fincham Clatterbuck. WWII veteran. Brother, Clement Brown Clatterbuck of Washington, Va. Several nieces & nephews. Burial in the Sperryville Cemetery. (NVD 27 Oct 1972)

CLAUSEN, EDWARD TAVENNER age 16 yrs. of Charlottesville died in the Charlottesville Hospital Sunday. Burial in the Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock. Born 25 Jan 1956 in Charlottesville s/o the late Tom Clausen Sr. & Harriett Tavenner Clausen. Brother, Tom Clausen Jr. Maternal grandmother, Mrs. Frank S. Tavenner Jr. of Woodstock. (NVD 31 Oct 1972)

CLAUSEN, HANNAH - In sad & loving remembrance of my dear beloved wife, Hannah Clausen, who departed this life 13 Feb 1901. Loved in life, remembered in death. Her loving husband.

CLEM, BLANCHE ADELIA w/o John S. Clem died at her home in Quicksburg on Monday, 29 Mar 1937 from complications following a severe case of influenza. She had been in poor health for the past 2 years. d/o Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Estep & the late Kirby M. Estep, she was born near Edinburg on 10 Feb 1899. Thus she was aged 38 years, 1 month & 19 days at the time of her death. On 18 Jun 1921 she married John S. Clem s/o Elizabeth A. Clem & the late A. E. Clem. No children were born to this union. 4 brothers, Earl Estep, William M. Estep & Harry L. Estep of near Edinburg & John Robert Estep of Edinburg. Sister, Mrs. Paul J. Ridings (Ruth) of Strasburg. Interment in Union Forge Cemetery west of Edinburg.

CLEM, EDWARD MONROE prominent Shenandoah County merchant died at his home at Lantz Mills, Va. Friday evening (18 Oct 1935) of a paralytic stroke. He had been in failing health for several years & last year spent the winter in Florida. He was born in Powell’s Fort Valley 62 years ago, a son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Clem & was a member of St. Paul’s Reformed Church at Edinburg. His was before marriage was Miss Margaret Ludwig. 2 daughters, Mrs. Madge Clem Ring & Miss Julia Clem. 3 sons, Graydon, Stanley & Edward Clem Jr. 2 sisters, Mrs. Charles Cline of Richmond, Va. & Miss Cora Clem of Lantz Mills. One brother, J. B. Clem of Washington, D. C. Funeral services were held at his residence at Lantz Mills on Sunday conducted by his pastor, the Rev. O. B. Michael of the Reformed Church & the Rev. D. H. Rhodes of the Christian Church. Interment was in Union Forge Cemetery.

CLEM, EUGENE GLENDON of Woodstock died Friday morning in the Newton D. Baker Veterans Hospital at Martinsburg, WV. He was 76. Burial in Massanutten Cemetery at Woodstock. Wife, the former Mary Harris. Son, Allen G. Clem of Augusta, WV. Brothers, Howard Clem of Parkersburg, WV. & Edgar Clem of Seven Fountains. Sisters, Mertie (Maude) McClanahan of Seven Fountains & Mrs. Harry (Alice) Cullers of St. David’s Church. 3 grandchildren. Born 22 Sep 1896 at St. David’s Church s/o David W. & Mary Golladay Clem. Veteran of WWI where he served in the U. S. Army. (NVD 25 Nov 1972)

CLEM, HARRY DEWEY died Wednesday at his home in Stephens City. Burial in Saumsville Cemetery. Born in Shenandoah Co. 12 May 1901 s/o the late Minnie Whitmere & Harvey Lee Clem. Married Daisy Mae Miller. Brother, Turner L. Clem of Timberville. Children, Melvin Lee Clem of Woodstock, Anna L. Ratchford, Mary C. Clem, Robert W. Clem, Gordon E. Clem & Patsy J. Wright all of Stephens City. 11 grandchildren. (NVD 01 Dec 1972)

CLEM, PHILIP B. - In loving but sad remembrance of Philip B. Clem who departed this life one year ago today, August 13, 1905. By his wife.

CLEM, SARAH J. wife of the late J. B. Clem passed peacefully away at her home at Lantz Mills on Tuesday night (19 Feb 1929), after having sustained a stroke of paralysis 2 weeks ago from which she did not entirely recover consciousness. She was before marriage Sarah J. Kibler d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Philip Kibler & was born at the Kibler home in the Powell’s Fort Valley, eighth of Jun 1845, aged 85 yrs. 8 mos. & 13 days. She was the last member of a large & well known family of this section. A brother, John Kibler died in Woodstock a number of years ago. Surviving are 2 daughter, Cora Clem at home & Mrs. Charles Clark of Edinburg, 2 sons, Edward M. Clem of Lantz Mills & J. B. Clem Jr. of Washington, DC., 10 grandchildren, Graydon Clem of Edinburg, Stanley & Edward Clem of Lantz Mills, Mrs. Geo. Ring of Edinburg, Julia Clem of Lantz Mills, Mrs. Galen Wakeman & Virginia Clark of Edinburg, Margaret, Mate & Betty Jane Clem of Washington, DC. & 4 great grandchildren. She was laid to rest in the family lot in the beautiful cemetery surrounding Union Forge Church.

CLEVENGER, JOHN WILLIAM age 53 yrs. of Stephens City died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mount Hebron Cemetery. Born 23 Nov 1919 in Stephens City s/o the late Frank Arch & Mamie B. Ritter Clevenger. Sons, John William Clevenger Jr. of San Francisco, CA. & James N. Clevenger of Alexandria. Brother, Nelson Clevenger of Stephens City. Sisters, Mrs. Millard C. Shepard of Staunton & Mary C. Ritenour & Edna C. Ritenour both of Stephens City. (NVD 25 Jan 1973)

CLINE, WILLIAM S. (DR.) of Woodstock died Sunday evening (in 1922). He had been in failing health for the past 6 months, rapidly declining since early last summer when he sustained painful injuries in a fall on the streets. Born 22 Apr 1844 in Smithsburg, Md. s/o the late Reverend John P. Cline, a well known minister of the Lutheran Church who served the New Market pastorate for 40 years. As a youth of 17 Dr. Cline enlisted in Rice’s Battery of New Market & served with marked bravery throughout the 4 long years of the war between the states. He was an expert shot & enjoyed the distinction of having fired the 1st gun at the battle of Gettysburg. He was devoted to the cause of the Confederacy but was modest in this respect as in all others in that he never spoke boastingly of his many daring acts nor referred to his bravery as a soldier. 7 years after the close of the war he married Miss Annie Newman d/o the late Walter Newman of New Market with whom he lived happily until the union was severed November 23rd, 1916 by the death of his devoted wife. Daughter, Miss Pearl Cline of Woodstock. Interment was made in the family lot in Massanutten Cemetery.

CLINEDINST, LINWOOD - Word has been received of the death of M. Sgt. Linwood Clinedinst at his home in Springfield on 26 Oct. Interment in the Arlington National Cemetery. Formerly of Edinburg, he was the s/o the late Turner & Bertha Clinedinst. Wife, Anna Marie. Son, Frank. Sister, Hilda Lloyd of Brunswick, Md. Half Brother, Elmer Steadman of Edinburg. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 31 Oct 1972)

CLOWE, GEORGE C. age 84 yrs. of Riverview, Fl. formerly of Winchester died Tuesday in the hospital at Riverview. Burial in Brandon, Fl. Born in Winchester s/o the late Henry Wyatt & Asbarina Henneberger Clowe. Sister, Julie C. Davis of Winchester. Widow, Hanna Clowe. Another sister, Elanora C. Burbank of Washington. His brother, M. B. Clowe Sr. of Winchester died several years ago. (NVD 27 Jan 1973)

CLOWE, JAMES HENRY age 76 yrs. of Linden died in the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Martinsburg, WV. Monday morning. Interment in the Clowe family cemetery at Linden. Born in Linden 06 May 1896 s/o the late Jack Clowe & Nellie King Clowe. Veteran of WWI. Wife, Bessie Jackson Clowe. Sons, Calvin Clowe of Summit Point, WV. & Jack Clowe of Linden. Daughters, Henrietta Roach & Audrey Clowe both of Harrisburg, Pa. Foster daughter, Frances Hernandez of Brooklyn, NY. Sister, Golden Jeffries of Washington, DC. 13 grandchildren & 9 great grandchildren. (NVD 31 Oct 1972)

COCHRAN, DANIEL F. age 61 yrs. of Sparrows Point, Md., a former resident of Winchester died yesterday in Franklin Square Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Burial in Sparrows Point Cemetery. Born in Winchester on 18 Apr 1911 s/o the late G. Fred & Julia O’Leary Cochran. Married to the former Mary Ruth May. Children, Mrs. Clifford (Peggy) Warlick, Philip D. Cochran & Ternance F. Cochran all of Sparrows Point. Sister, Helen E. Hanson of Trumbull, Conn. Brothers, Thomas K. Cochran & Eugene D. Cochran both of Winchester. 8 grandchildren. (NVD  06 Oct 1972)

COCHRAN, PEARL ROSIE age 80 died yesterday at her residence. Born 29 Apr 1892 in the Lamps section of Frederick Co. d/o the late James & Alice Milhorn Cochran. Married to the late Isaiah C. Cochran. Daughter, Mrs. John (Delia) Cammer of Winchester. One grandchild. 3 great grandchildren. She was the last member of her immediate family. Burial in Lamp’s Family Cemetery.  (NVD 06 & 08 Jan 1973)

COE, CORNELIA (MRS.) wife of the Rev. H. S. Coe, pastor of the Methodist Church at Mt. Jackson died yesterday morning (01 Dec 1904) at the Strasburg Hospital. Mrs. Coe was brought to the hospital on Tuesday morning and on Wednesday underwent an operation for the removal of a tumor which weighed one and a half pounds. She had been a sufferer for ten months and when her condition had become critical, an operation seemed to be the only means for possible restoration of her health. She was a native of Lexington but had lived at Edinburg and Mt. Jackson her husband having recently been located at the former and now at the latter place. The body was taken last night to the residence at Mt. Jackson. She leaves a husband and eight children.

COFFELT, ELLEN w/o Samuel Coffelt died at her home at Long Meadow, Warren County on Friday evening (04 Dec 1921) after a lingering illness of nine years of rheumatism. Survived by 4 daughters, Mrs. Moses Holler of Readus, Mrs. William Helsley of Ridge Hollow, Mrs. Ralph De Beulah & Mrs. Ada Smith of Frederick County, 7 sons, H. A. Coffelt & Charles Coffelt of Harmony, Earl of near Calvary, Luther of Winchester, Era of Warren County, Roy & Guy living at the home near Middletown, she is also survived by 4 brothers, Harrison Fadeley, Richard Fadeley & Zebedee Fadeley of Lantz Mill & David Fadeley of Washington, D. C. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. E. B. Shaver at Union Forge on Sunday.

COFFELT, GEORGE T. aged & highly respected citizen was drowned in Stony Creek just in the rear of his home opposite Union Forge church, Shenandoah county, Tuesday 07 Jun 1932. There were no witnesses to the accident so the exact facts are not known, but Mr. Coffelt was seen after 5:00 on Tuesday evening at his home & on Wednesday morning his body was found in a deep section of Stony Creek by Messrs, Edward Clem & Graydon Clem of Lantz Mills. Dr. W. C. Ford, Shenandoah county coroner, after viewing the body at the scene of the accident, pronounced it a case of accidental drowning. Mr. Coffelt is 80 years of age & since the death of his wife, several years ago, lived alone, preferring not to leave the home where he had spent the greater part of his life. It is supposed that he went to the stream to dip water for plants or his chickens, as a bucket & sprinkling can were found near his body. Mr. Coffelt was a good man & was highly esteemed by a large circle of friends. Born 05 Apr 1852 & grew to manhood in this section. He was married to Virginia Nestor 14 Dec 1872 by the Rev. Henry Talhelm, then minister of St. Paul’s Reformed Church, Edinburg. Surviving children, Mrs. Grover Joseph of Mt. Clinton, Va., Mrs. Frank Stoneburner of Readus, Mrs. Lewis Ryman of Mt. Clifton, Mrs. Angie Estep of Washington, DC., Messrs, D. Oscar Coffelt of Winchester, Chauncy Coffelt of Cincinnati, Ohio & Cameron Coffelt of Staunton. Interment was beside his wife in Union Forge Cemetery.

COFFELT, JOSEPH SAMUEL age 69 yrs. of Edinburg died Tuesday in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital at Woodstock. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery at Woodstock. Wife, the former Irene Annie Bowers. Brother, Stanley Coffelt of Fairfax. Sisters, Sarah Cleland of Fairfax & Florence Wolfe of Silver Spring, Md. Born 04 Nov 1903 at Columbia Furnace s/o Hugh A. & Lizzie Foster Coffelt. (NVD 11 Jan 1973)

COFFELT, LIZZIE K. w/o Hugh died at the Fravel Hospital on Muhlenberg Street late Thursday afternoon (14 Aug 1940). Mrs. Coffelt who was 69 yrs. of age sustained a stroke of paralysis in May & has been seriously ill ever since. d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. B. A. Foster & was born & reared & lived her entire life in the Wesley Chapel neighborhood. Daughters, Mrs. Brook Cleland & Florence Coffelt. Sons, Carl, Norman, Joseph, Harry & Stanley Coffelt. 2 brothers, Edward Foster of Woodstock & Joseph Foster of Washington. Interment in the Massanutten Cemetery of Woodstock.

COFFELT, MARTHA REBECCA the nine month & thirteen days old d/o Mr. & Mrs. Earl C. Coffelt several miles east of town died Tuesday (18 Aug 1914). Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at 3 o’clock by Rev. J. D. Hamaker from the Christian church, interment in Riverview cemetery. The young parents have the sympathy of their friends in their loss.

COFFEY, ROY MARTIN, 58 of Staunton died Saturday. Burial was in Augusta Memorial Park. Born in Rockbridge Co. 09 Jul 1914 s/o the late Jacob Morris & Mary Jane Lotts Coffey. Wife, Saidy Pooley Coffey. Daughters, Mary Vensko of Raleigh, NC. & Gloria Cromer of Front Royal. Stepson, Winfred Armstrong of Staunton. 4 grandchildren. Brothers, Saylor & Alfred Coffey both of Natural Bridge & John H. Coffey of Asheboro, NC. Sisters, Mary Stuart Lotts of Fairfield, Florence Bateman of Roanoke & Lottie Steed & Ella Clem both of Front Royal. (NVD 29 Nov 1972)

COFFMAN, ALLEN D. of New Market & Timberville died at his New Market residence Sunday morning. He was 54. Interment in Emmanuel Cemetery at New Market. Married 14 Dec 1947 Anna Madden. Sons, Joseph Lee Coffman of Houston, TX. & Allen D. Coffman Jr. a student at VPI & State University at Blacksburg. Brother, John W. Coffman of Moorefield, WV. Born at Timberville 10 Apr 1918 a s/o Joseph O. & Pearl Driver Coffman. (NVD 05 Feb 1973)

COFFMAN, ALVERDA FRANCES (nee Kibler) was born 22 Jan 1853 & died 09 Jan 1901 aged 47 yrs. 11 mos & 17 days. She was baptized in infancy & was catechised & confirmed in the doctrines of the Ev. Lutheran Church in her youth by Rev. H. Wetzel. She remained faithful to her confession till death. She was married to Jonas Coffman who preceded her to eternity nearly three years ago. She leaves an aged mother, 2 brothers & a host of other relatives & friends to mourn her departure. Funeral service conducted at St. Luke’s Church. (2ND Obit - Mrs. Alverda Coffman widow of the late Jonas Coffman died at 5 o’clock Wednesday morning at her home a few miles west of Woodstock, aged about 44 years. Mrs. Coffman had been suffering with typhoid fever for several weeks but up to a few hours of her death was supposed to be much improved and her recovery was confidently expected. About 3 o’clock Wednesday morning she suddenly became much worse and at 5 o’clock expired. A particularly sad feature of the death of this good woman is that her widowed sister, Mrs. Jennie Coffman, who lived with her in the same home, died only a few months since with the same fell disease and had left in her charge her 2 orphan children. Her aged mother, now doubly bereaved has the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community.

COFFMAN, ANNIE M. wife of the late Charles F. Coffman died Monday morning (01 Jan 1942) in the Fravel Hospital, Woodstock where she had been a patient for 16 months. d/o the late Isaac T. Hottel & Mary Fansler Hottel, she was born near Woodstock 17 Jul 1874. Her husband, Charles F. Coffman died 14 Sep 1940. For many years, Mr. & Mrs. Coffman resided on their farm near Green Hill northwest of Edinburg. Niece, Mrs. David Fravel of Woodstock. Interment in the family lot in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock.

COFFMAN, CHARLES FIELDING died at his home near Wesley Chapel on Friday (in Sep 1940) following a long illness. Born 79 years ago on 30 May 1861 in Page County, Va. s/o the late Elias Coffman & Maria Fink Coffman. Wife, Annie Hottel Coffman. Sister & brother, Mrs. Emma Baker & William Coffman of Washington, DC. One child preceded him in death. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock, Va.

COFFMAN, CHILD (RUBY LOU)  - Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Coffman lost their youngest child, a babe not 2 years old last Thursday (30 Jan 1913). The child’s death was due to membranous croup. Everything that medical skill could do or the parents’ love suggest was done for the littler sufferer, but it was all in vain. Funeral services were conducted Friday by the parents pastor, Rev. R. D. McNeer.

COFFMAN, ELIZABETH - Funeral services for Mrs. John N. Coffman, one of Edinburg’s best beloved women, who died Monday morning (06 May 1935) at 1:30 o’clock at her home on Piccadilly Street, following a five weeks illness of a complication of diseases, following an attack of flu, were held on Tuesday afternoon from the Methodist Church, by her former pastor & life long friend, Rev. H. S. Coe assisted by Revs. R. L. Moore, Harry Wheeler, O. B. Michael & L. A. Racey. Interment was made in Cedar Wood Cemetery. She was before marriage, Miss Elizabeth Browne d/o the late Jacob & Emma Maphis Browne, was born at Lantz Mills 63 years ago. Survived by her husband, one son, Ray Browne Coffman of Edinburg, 2 daughters, Mrs. John W. Wightman of Buena Vista, Va. & Miss Mildred Coffman at home, 7 sisters, Mrs. Harry D. Fadley of Edinburg, Mrs. Lucy Frye of Richmond, Mrs. W. B. Coffman, Mrs. M. H. White, Mrs. H. D. Shannon, Mrs. E. F. Driscoll & Miss Clara Bowman all of Washington, 2 grandchildren, Ray Browne Coffman Jr. & Laura Patricia Coffman of Edinburg, 2 uncles, Charles Maphis, dean of Educational Department of the University of Virginia & Dr. Samuel Maphis of Warrenton. Pallbearers were Dr. F. C. Downey, Dr. R. W. Stoneburner, DR. A. A. Shutters, J. B. Coffman, Jos. C. Hutcheson & C. E. Moyer.

COFFMAN, GEORGE W. was born in Shenandoah 26 Sep 1869 & died 10 May 1902, aged 32.7.14 days. . He was twice married, first to Emma K. Rudy 16 Jan 1895 who died leaving an infant daughter, Ruth. On 31 Oct 1900 he was again married to Mary E. Hollar, who with an infant son, Jacob survives him. Industrious & persevering, he had secured for himself a comfortable home where his aged parents found shelter & tender care until their death. Upright & honorable, he enjoyed the esteem & confidence of a large circle of friends & neighbors. The deceased was a brother of Messrs. James E. & John Coffman of Fishers Hill, who were at his beside when the end came. He was baptized by the Rev. J. A. Spencer near Strasburg, some 12 or 15 years ago & subsequently took membership with the Christian church at Fairview. A large congregation attended his funeral which was conducted by the writer, assisted by the Rev. D. H. Rhodes, after which we committed his mortal remains to their last resting place I hope through riches of grace of a glad reunion on the other shore. (J. D. Hamaker).

COFFMAN, HOWARD NEWTON age 62, a native of Woodstock died 11 Dec 1972 in Providence Hospital at Portland, OR. Burial in Portland. Born 05 Jul 1910 in Woodstock s/o the late Frank C. & Annie May Newton Coffman. Wife, the former Margaret Markley. Two daughters. Sister, Mrs. Raymond S. Baker of Woodstock. Brother, Charles F. Coffman of Strasburg. (NVD 14 Dec 1972)

COFFMAN, JOHN H. died on Saturday (17 Dec 1904) at his late residence near St. Luke aged 42 years. He had been ill but a few days. He was a man who was highly esteemed by all who knew him. He is survived by a widow and three daughters, also several brothers and sisters. The funeral was held on Monday from the Lutheran Church at St. Luke of which he had been a faithful member for a number of years.

COFFMAN, LENA - widow of the late Noah Coffman died at her home in Baltimore on Sunday morning, 11 Jan 1920 at 7:45 o’clock. This information was conveyed to relatives at Toms Brook by long distance telephone on Sunday evening. The body was brought to Toms Brook Wednesday & funeral services were held the same afternoon from St. Mathews Lutheran church near Mt. Olive. Mrs. Coffman was before marriage, Miss Lena Snapp of Ohio. Her remains were laid to rest beside those of her husband in the cemetery near St. Mathews church. 2 sons, Rodney & Earl Coffman, who made their home with their mother, survive, as do a number of other relatives & friends.

COFFMAN, MARIAH w/o Elias B. Coffman dec’d died Tuesday morning, February 9th, 1909 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Baker with whom she had made her home for the pass several years. She was born May 23, 1829 & was therefore 79, years, 7 months & 18 days old - a ripe old age. She leaves six children, Mrs. J. B. Baker, Mrs. G. R. Fravel & Chas. F. Coffman of this place, Mrs. Fannie Coffelt of Broadway, Mrs. P. F. Messmer & Wm. B. Coffman of Washington. All her children were with her at her death except Mrs. Fannie Coffelt who was prevented by sickness. Mrs. Coffman was a member of the Methodist Church for many years, was a kind mother & esteemed neighbor. She was buried at 10 o’clock Thursday at Union Forge.

COFFMAN, NOAH - Toms Brook Oct. 24, 1910 - The body of the late Noah Coffman reached here on the 1 o’clock train today from Baltimore. He died Friday (15 Oct 1910) at 11:50 o’clock from the effects of the abdominal wound inflicted by a bullet fired by Louis Liddell, a negro cook in the lunch room, of which he was part proprietor. He never regained consciousness after he lapsed into insensibility after the shooting, almost 48 hours before. The body was accompanied to this place by his widow who was Miss Lena Snapp, formerly of Ohio, their two sons, Rodney & Earl, her friend, Mrs. O’Connor, his brother-in-law, Rev. Philip L. Snapp, two of his nephews, Messrs. Eugene & George Coffman of Davis, WV. & the following pallbearers, all of whom were intimate friends & fellow churchman of the deceased, Messrs. Nicholas Poelman, A. J. Snyder, William Rehberger, H. C. Zulauf, F. W. Moore & Andrew Knudsen. A hearse & carriages were waiting & the body taken to Sand Ridge church where the funeral services were concluded. Rev. J. H. Lutz officiated here paying a beautiful tribute to the deceased. Burial was in the cemetery nearby. Mr. Coffman rests not farm from where he was born, after a busy useful life cruelly closed by a worthless negro. He was a son of the late Jacob K. Coffman & was born in the Mt. Olive neighborhood 58 years ago. He chose a business career & began it here. He was a trustee of Martin Luther Lutheran church of Baltimore. At the services at the house, Revs. J. F. Miller & N. L. Hunt officiated for Mr. Snapp. Mr. Coffman is survived by 3 brothers, Messrs. Levi &William Coffman of near this place, who were in Baltimore when he died, returning Friday evening & H. H. Coffman of Belington, WV. The shooting, it is learned, could have been avoided had Mr. Coffman & his partner, John C. Huber, in the lunch room where it occurred, known that Liddell was a desperate character. He had displayed the revolver some time before the shooting but they did not anticipate any trouble with him. He seemed inclined to be obstreperous but as he was in liquor they supposed when they sent him to the cellar to sober up so he would sleep off the effects of his jag. He had never given any trouble before. It has been learned that Liddell had penitentiary record in Florida & the Baltimore police have been informed that he was considered a bad man. He will most certainly be convicted of first degree murder. Said one of the pall bearers: ‘Had this terrible crime been committed in Virginia there would have been no need of a jury trial.

COFFMAN, REBECCA (MRS.) wife of Mr. C. G. Coffman, of the neighborhood of Patmos Church died on the 2d inst. aged 62 years. Mrs. Coffman was a native of Warren County. She moved to this county in 1869 & lived near Strasburg, till 5 or 6 years ago. At the time of her death she was living with her son, Mr. Geo. W. Coffman. She left 5 children, 3 sons & 2 daughters. She had been a member of the Lutheran church since childhood & in death relied upon the merits of a Savior whom she found precious during life. She was buried at Fairview. Rev. J> E. Shenk conducted the funeral services.

COFFMAN, RUSSEL B. - (From the Brunswick, Md. Blade-Times). “A heart attack with which he was stricken last Sunday evening, 03 August (year of death not listed) while bathing in the Braddock Heights swimming pool, proved fatal Monday evening to Russel B. Coffman, this city, a well known engineer on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad at the Frederick City Hospital where he was taken following his collapse at the pool. While he regained consciousness after being admitted to the institution his condition was regarded as serious & little hope was held for his recovery. He was a native of Lantz Mill, Va. but resided in Brunswick for about 20 years during which he was employed on the Baltimore & Ohio. He was aged 45 years. Sunday afternoon he returned to his home after completing his trip on the road & with his wife & a party of neighbors & friends, motored to Braddock Heights where they planned spending the evening & enjoying a picnic & outing together. The party went swimming in the pool & after a short time, Mr. Coffman left the water & reclined on the bank nearby. A few minutes later he was stricken with a heart attack & his condition at once became alarming. Dr. J. Elmer Harp who happened to be in the pool at the time, attended him, assisted by a nurse & for a brief period his condition improved. He was later rushed to the Frederick Hospital for treatment. Prior to the attack Mr. Coffman was said to have dived twice into the water & it is believed that the combination of warm weather & cool water of the pool may have brought on the attack. Burke, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Coffman, who left Sunday morning on a trip to Canada, was notified of the illness of his father, at Camp Town, Pa. & immediately returned reaching the hospital shortly before Mr. Coffman expired. Besides his widow, a son, Burke at home & a daughter, Miss Catherine, a student nurse at the Frederick hospital, survive. 2 brothers & 5 sisters: E. F. & Homer Coffman, Mrs. C. A. Evans, Mrs. Charles Cook, Mrs. G. R. Rhinehart, Mrs. Lucy C. Litten of Edinburg, Va. & Mrs. Ella Sherman of Summerdale, AL. Interment was in Park Heights cemetery.

COFFMAN, SALLIE (Mrs.) Woodstock, Feb. 17 - Mrs. Sallie C. Coffman died at the home of her son, Charles Coffman on Commerce Street this morning after a long illness. She was 78 years old. Surviving are 3 daughters, Mrs. Cheney Bemis of Toms Brook, Mrs. Della Poland of Alexandria, Va. & Mrs. David Hisey of Calvary, Va. One son, Charles Coffman of Woodstock & one sister, Mrs. Benjamin Didawick of Green Hill. Interment at Union Forge Cemetery near Lantz Mill. (died in 1920)

COFFMAN, SALLIE O. of Mt. Jackson died Tuesday morning in the Rockingham Memorial Hospital. She was 76. burial in Mt. Herman Cemetery. Daughters, Thelma Conrad of Manassas & Opal Bynaker of Quicksburg. Son, Edwin Coffman of Timberville. Sister, Minnie Craig of Milford, IN. 10 grandchildren & one great grandchild. Husband, Lewis Coffman died 26 Jun 1971. Born 08 Oct 1896 in Shenandoah Co. d/o Noah & Amanda Frye Mumaw. (NVD 29 Nov 1972)

COFFMAN, SARAH VIRGINIA - was born 28 Nov 1847 & died 30 Jan 1913 aged 65 yrs. 2 mos. & 2 days. Mrs. Coffman was paralyzed on Monday, never regained consciousness & died Thursday evening following. She was buried on Saturday at Union Forge by her pastor, Rev. R. D. McNeer. She is survived by a number of children, our townsman, Ernest Coffman, being one of the number. Her husband, Saml. H. Coffman died about 3 years ago.

COFFMAN, WILLIAM MCKINLEY age 75 yrs. of Harrisonburg died Saturday morning in the Rockingham Memorial Hospital. Burial in the Rest Haven Cemetery, Harrisonburg. Born 01 Nov 1897 at Mt. Clifton s/o Robert Lee & Hannah Mae Ortt Coffman. Served with the U. S. Army during WWI. Married 11 Nov 1920 Edna Margret Phillips. Daughter, Mrs. L. H. Malone of Winchester. Son, Ralph S. Coffman of Arlington. Sister, Martha E. Jones of Falls Church. Brother, James Coffman of Mt. Jackson. 10 grandchildren & 8 great grandchildren. (NVD 13 Nov 1972)

COMBS, CHARLES LEWIS of Toms Brook formerly of Alexandria died Sunday in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital at Woodstock. He was 44. Burial in Toms Brook Cemetery. Mother, Helen Smith Ritenour & his stepfather, George Ritenour of Toms Brook. Wife, the former, Nancy M. McCarter. Son & daughter, Charles Robert Combs & Carolyn Sue Combs both at home. Born 14 Mar 1928 at Toms Brook. Father, Lewis Samuel Combs predeceased him. A U. S. Navy Veteran. (NVD 29 Jan 1973)

COMER, LAURA MILDRED age 84 yrs. of New Market died 14 Oct 1972 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. Born 12 Jan 1888 at Stanley, Va. d/o the late Jacob & Lydia Cubbage. w/o Charles E. Comer who died in 1944. Sisters, Ruth Cubbage of Stanley & Ola Hurt of Etlan. Burial in Fairview Cemetery. (NVD 18 Oct 1972)

CONARD, ROY ALVIN of Wardensville, WV. died Wednesday night in the Warren Memorial Hospital. He was 66. Burial in the Rio Cemetery at Rio, WV. Wife, Golda Conard. Son, Conway Conard of Winchester. Stepdaughters, Doris Spaid & Betty Wingfield both of Gore. 2 step grandchildren, 3 step great grandchildren. Brother, Ivan Conard of Stephens City. Sisters, Vergie Stewart of Wardensville, Ina Mills of Riverdale, Md., Myrtle Hoke of Wierton, WV., Ada Pennington of Winchester & Anna Link of Rio. Born 09 Oct 1905 at Rios/o John & Lucy Miller Conard. He served in the U. S. Army during WWII. (NVD 06 Oct 1972)

CONNOLLY, JAMES - In sad & loving remembrance of our dear brother, James who departed this life 13 Feb 1903. May he rest in peace. Brothers & Sisters.

COOK, ALVIN (William Alvin Cook) - Never has the Readus community been more shocked & grieved than last Friday evening when Alvin Cook age 16, youngest son of Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Cook (William Earl & Grace Amanda Grandstaff Cook) of Readus, fell from his father’s truck directly in front of Mr. William Clark’s truck going in the opposite direction & was instantly killed (13 Jul 1934). He was riding on the back of the truck with several other young men & while sitting on a milk can became over balanced & fell. Dr. W. C. Ford, Shenandoah Co., Coroner conducted the inquest & a young man who was riding on the truck at the time stated that he saw young Cook lose his balance & tried to catch him but failed. Both trucks were traveling at a moderate rate of speed. Mr. & Mrs. Cook were riding in the front seat of the truck on their way to Woodstock, when the tragic accident happened a short distance from their home. Alvin Cook was just 16, July 1. He will not only be missed in the home but everywhere in the community as he helped his father with the milk & ice trucks & was widely known & liked by everyone as he always had a smile & a kind word for all. His sudden death has cast a spell over the whole community. Funeral services were held at Union Forge Church conducted by Rev. R. L. Moore of the Methodist Church of Edinburg & Rev. J. S. Stephens also of Edinburg. Interment was in Union Forge Cemetery. He is survived by his parents, Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Cook, one brother, Charles at home & 2 sisters, Mrs. Joe Miller of near Edinburg & Annie Frances at home & a number of other relatives. Pallbearers were Russell Coffman, Alger Stoneburner, Alger Shipe, Linden Lantz, Chester & Lester Wolverton. These 6 young men were relatives & friends. Flower bearers were Katie Dirting, Ollie Fadeley, Elizabeth Stoneburner, Clara Stoneburner, Louise Lantz, Helen Rhinehart, Evelyn Wilkins, Hilda Shipe, Hazel Coffman, Cathleen Helsley, June Polk, Bessie Lambert & Helen Fry. Relatives from a distance attending the funeral were Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Fadeley, Mr. & Mrs. Wallace Holloway, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Reynerth & Mr. Orval Hoover all of Homestead, Pa., Mr. & Mrs. Charley Cullers, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Boyer of Powells Fort, Mr. & Mrs. R. R. Tysinger & son, Richard, Mr. & Mrs. Bob Jamison & little daughter, Mrs. Stover & 2 daughters, Mr. & Mrs. G. D. Baker, Mr. & Mrs. Mervin Stickley of Harrisonburg, Va., Mrs. Minnie Strickler, Mr. & Mrs. Carl Strickler, Mr. & Mrs. Stewart Pence of New Market, Bob Fadeley of Quicksburg & Mrs. Ira Ludwig of Homestead, Pa.

COOK, BENJAMIN EDWARDS age 83 yrs. formerly of Washington died yesterday at the Veterans Administration Center in Martinsburg, WV. Burial in Arlington National Cemetery. Born in Warrenton, NC. s/o the late Charles Alston & Marina Williams Cook. Married 29 Nov 1922 Vera Minota Adams who died 21 Jun 1947. Children, Mrs. Rodney W. (Vera Minota) Ruebush of Winchester, Mrs. Emily Adams Gast of Linwood, NJ. & Charles Aston Cook of Perry Point Veterans Hospital, Md. 7 grandchildren, a great granddaughter. Sister, Josephine Cook. Brother, William Jones Cook both of Muskogee, OK. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 03 Nov 1972)

COOK, BURNIE DOT age 93 died Thursday evening at his home in Woodstock, Va. Born 06 Mar 1879 at Columbia Furnace s/o the late Cornelius & Alverta Clower Cook.  Burial in St. Luke Cemetery. Sons, Carl, Jesse, Clarence & Paul W. Cook all of Woodstock. Daughters, Ethel Getz of Saumsville, Beulah Dysart of Woodstock & Marguerite Shelton of Arlington. Brother, Robert Cook of Columbia Furnace. 25 grandchildren, 54 great grandchildren & one great-great grandchild. Wife, Edith Racey predeceased him in 1968. Born 06 Mar 1879 s/o Cornelius & Alverta Clower Cook . (NVD 07 Oct 1972; Shenandoah Herald 11 Oct 1972)

COOK, SUSAN (MRS.) - died on 03 Aug 1898 at the age of 62 years and 5 months passed calmly and peacefully away at her home, after a short illness; she has for these many years been a consistent member of Mt. Zion Lutheran congregation, truly, a model woman. Knowing if her earthly house be dissolved, she has a building not made with hands eternal in the heavens.

COOLEY, CECIL FRANKLIN age 67 yrs. of Woodstock died 13 Oct 1972 at Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital. Born 17 Sep 1905 in Shenandoah County s/o the late Charles F. & Maude Didawick Cooley. Wife, Mary Hollingsworth died 20 Apr 1970. Sons, Charles R. & John F. Cooley both of Woodstock. Daughters, Mrs. David Spicer of Charlottesville, Mrs. Gordon Harrison of Lynchburg, Mrs. Donald Wright of Earlysville & Mrs. David Rhodes of Maurertown. Brothers, Elmer L., Ray A., Bill & Ford C. Cooley all of Woodstock. Sister, Mary Bowman. 20 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. (Shenandoah Herald 18 Oct 1972)

COOPER, LENA LOVE age 74 yrs. of Berryville died yesterday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Hayfield. Born 08 Feb 1898 in Virginia d/o the late John Calvin & Annie Wisecarver Ramey. Widow of Clark L. Cooper who died in 1947. Children, Ruth F. Hills of Hagerstown, Md., Mrs. William (Gladys) Martz of Bluemont, Mrs. Shelton (Dorothy) Fincham of Berryville, Mrs. Eugene (Shirley) Oates of Williamsport, Md. & Charles E. Cooper & Kenneth I. Cooper both of Winchester. 22 grandchildren & 11 great grandchildren. Sisters, Emma Catlett & Jennie Bayliss both of Winchester. 2 sons preceded her in death, Clark L. Cooper Jr. & Calvin C. Cooper. (NVD 11 Jan 1973)

COOPER, SUSANNA W. - A funeral service was held Sunday in St. Petersburg, FL. for Mrs. Susanna W. Cooper of St. Petersburg who died Thursday, Nov 23. Interment following in St. Petersburg. Born in Harrisburg, Pa. d/o the late Cherrick Westbrook & Kathreen Addams Westbrook. She lived in Star Tannery for many years. She was a member of Gravel Springs Lutheran Church. With her husband, H. Harold Cooper she moved to Florida in 1960. Sister, Mrs. Gerald McGimsey of Largo, FL. A number of nieces & nephews including Mrs. Melvin O. Moore of Star Tannery. (NVD 27 Nov 1972)

COPENHAVER, MARGARET ELLEN w/o the late D. W. P. Copenhaver died at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. James S. Snyder in Woodstock on Monday night (17 Nov 1930 after having been a sufferer from heart trouble & complications during the past year. Before marriage was Margaret Ellen Coffman d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Coffman. She was born at Calvary & would have been 76 years of age had she lived until the 18th of December. After her marriage to Mr. Copenhaver 56 years ago they made their home in Woodstock for a number of years moving later to Calvary. Mr. Copenhaver died 5 years ago. 2 children, Mrs. C. M. Bemis of ‘Laurel Hill’ near Woodstock & Harry Copenhaver who resides at the Copenhaver home place at Calvary, Va. 11 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren. Sister, Mrs. Mattie Coffman Fletcher w/o the late Dr. J. R. Fletcher of Conicville, Va. Brothers, Robert Coffman of Manassas, Va. & Absolom Coffman of Edinburg, Va. She was laid to rest in Calvary Cemetery beside her husband & little daughter, Rosa Lee, who died many years ago.

CORNWELL, ETHEL J. age 70 yrs. of Stephenson, Va. died Tuesday at her residence. Born 31 Jul 1902 in Rockingham Co. d/o the late Charles Fogle & Mary Margaret Martz Fogle. Children, John E. Cornwell, stationed with the U. S. Navy in Okinawa, Jean Hummer & Mary Fincham both of Berryville, Donald R. Cornwell of Winchester, Isabelle Kain & Dolly Anderson & Lois C. Lee both of Stephenson. 15 grandchildren & 3 great grandchildren. Preceded in death by one son, Billy O. Cornwell. (NVD 25 Oct 1972)

CORNWELL, WILLIAM M. age 72 yrs. of Winchester died in a Winchester Nursing Home. Born in Stephenson 04 Aug 1900 s/o the late William E. & Emma Gardner Cornwell. Children, John E. Cornwell, U. S. Army in Okinawa, Donald R. Cornwell of Winchester, Jean Hummer & Mrs. Harry Fincham both of Berryville, Isabelle Kain, Lois C. Lee & Dolly Anderson all of Stephenson. 15 grandchildren & 3 great grandchildren. A son, Billy O. Cornwell preceded him death. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. (NVD 14 Oct 1972)

COVERSTONE, OLA MAY age 76 of Strasburg died Wednesday in Warren Memorial Hospital. in Front Royal. Interment in Riverview Cemetery. Born 01 Oct 1896 in Warren Co. d/o the late Philip Butler Robinson & Agnes Belle Funk Robinson. w/o James Monroe Coverstone Sr. Daughter, Mrs. Carl P. (Elizabeth) Ramsey of Stephensville. Sons, James M. Coverstone Jr. of Front Royal & John E. Coverstone at home. Sister, Mrs. Oscar P. Compton of Arlington. 3 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. (NVD 21 Dec 1972)

CRABILL, MARY age 81 yrs. of Gettysburg, Pa. died Friday morning in the Annie M. Woerner Hospital in Gettysburg. Interment in The Pines Cemetery near Gettysburg. Born 19 Sep 1891 at Toms Brook d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Martin L. Snarr. w/o the late Gilbert C. Crabill. 8 daughters, 2 sons, 30 grandchildren & 5 great grandchildren. (NVD 09 Dec 1972)

CRIST, JACOB died yesterday morning at 12:30 o’clock (26 Oct 1913) at his home 2 ½ east of Timberville. Death resulted from internal injuries received from a fall in his bedroom last Wednesday. Mr. Crist had been in feeble health & overtaxing his strength while walking about his room, fell. He was 79 yrs. 9 mos & 22 days. He was a well known farmer & had many friends in Plains District. Sons, John H. Crist of Skidmore, MO., David Crist of Los Angeles, Ca., Isaac C. & Joseph Crist of Timberville. Daughters, Mrs. Sallie E. Miller of Glendora, Ca., Miss Kate Crist of Timberville & Mrs. John C. Holsinger of Broadway. His wife, who was Rebecca Wampler; a sister of Frederick & John W. Wampler of near Harrisonburg died 16 years ago. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o’clock from the Timberville Church of the Brethren of which he had long been a member. Services conducted by Rev. David Zigler & Reb. J. Carson Miller.

CRITZER, FARRAR EMMETT age 61 yrs. of Strasburg died Tuesday at his home. Interment in Monticello Memorial Gardens in Charlottesville. Born 14 Mar 1911 in Covesville s/o the late Arthur Jefferson Critzer & Ada J. Thomas Critzer. Husband of the late Ruby Mae Shaver Critzer. Veteran of WWII. Brothers, Linwood Critzer & Eldrid Critzer both of Charlottesville & Carroll Critzer of Keswick. Sister, Mrs. Walter (Hazel) Brown of Charlottesville. (NVD 17 Nov 1972)

CROWDER, HARRY CECIL of Woodstock died Sunday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. He was 51. Burial in the Highland Memory Gardens in Dublin, Va. Born 17 Jun 1921 s/o Samuel M. Crowder of Pulaski & the late Julia Bond Crowder. Wife, the former Ladema Haney. Daughters, Susan Brill of Mt. Jackson & Debora Crowder at home. Brothers, Curtis Crowder of Church Hills, Tn. & James M. Crowder of Dublin. Sisters, Maude Howell of Greensboro, NC. & Lucille Crowder & Flora Crowder both of Pulaski. 2 grandchildren. (NVD 08 Jan 1973)

CRUMBELL, EFFIE T. of Paris, Va. died in the Winchester Memorial Hospital on Monday. Burial in the Orrick Cemetery, Winchester. Born in Fauquier Co. d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. William Tracy. Sister, Ada Robinson of Winchester. Grandchild, Lena Mae Smith of Winchester. 10 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren. (NVD 04 Jan 1973)

CULLERS, CHARLES LEMUEL of Waterlick died Monday in the Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. He was 77. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock. 1st wife, former Mattie Cullers predeceased him in 1956. 2nd wife, the former Anna Marie Watkins. Sons, John H. Cullers of Seven Fountains & Forrest L. Cullers of Edinburg. Brother, Roland F. Cullers of Waterlick. Sister, Myrtle Boyer of Seven Fountains. 9 grandchildren & 15 great grandchildren. A son, Edgar Lee Cullers predeceased Mr. Cullers. Born 23 Mar 1895 at Seven Fountains s/o Henry & Betty Grandstaff Cullers. (NVD 19 Dec 1972)

CULLERS, HARRY EDGAR of St. David’s Church died Thursday evening in the Newton D. Baker Veterans Hospital at Martinsburg, WV. He was 79. Born 09 Sep 1893 at Detrick s/o the late John & Mary Shifflett Cullers. Burial in Detrick Cemetery. (NVD 24 Nov 1972)

CURRY, JAMES - Word has been received in Winchester of the death of James Curry at his home in Pawling, NY. on 21 Sep 1972 of an apparent heart attack. Native of Long Island, NY. & came to Frederick county in the spring of 1970, settling in the Greenwood section. Wife, Agnes Curry. (NVD 25 Oct 1972)

DANIELS, DELANCY C. age 61 of Philadelphia, Pa. died in Einstein Memorial Hospital on Jan 4. Interment in Good Hope Cemetery in Front Royal, Va. Born in Browntown 03 Nov 1911 s/o Jessie White Daniels of New Kensington, Pa. & the late Oliver Daniels. Wife, Caroline Daniels. Brother, Samuel Daniels of Washington, DC. Sisters, Mae Wilson & Madoline Robinson of New Kensington & Loretta Herring of Willard, NC. & Louise Baltimore of Front Royal. (NVD 09 Jan 1973)

DAVIS, MARY VIRGINIA age 54 died yesterday at her residence at Three Churches, WV. Burial in the Ebenezer Cemetery at Romney. Born 11 Jan 1919 at North River Mills, WV. d/o the late John & Eliza Funk Cheshire. w/o Robert Davis. Sons, Nelson & Raymond Davis both of Augusta & Russell Davis of Slanesville, WV. Daughters, Violet Steward of Whittier, CA., Helen Ullery of Stephens City & Ruby Jean Shingleton of Romney, WV. Brothers, James Cheshire & Claudy Cheshire both of Romney. 8 grandchildren. (NVD 19 Jan 1973)

DAY, ALMA LEE age 48 yrs. of Arcola formerly of Berryville died Sunday in the Fairfax Co. Hospital. Burial in the Pisgah Baptist Churchyard at Rice. Born 19 Oct 1924 in Rice d/o the late James T. & Myrtis Bass Bruce. w/o Carl E. Day. Stepdaughter, Linda DeShong of Waynesboro. Stepson, Carl E. Day Jr. serving with the U. S. Marine Corps. Step grandson, Carl E. Day III. Half brothers, Frank Bruce of Rice & J. T. Bruce Jr. of Richmond. Half sisters, Dorothy Clawson & Ann Woodward both of Richmond, Sallie Hillsman of Jettersville, Elizabeth Morgan of Henderson, NC. & Frances Hunt of Whiteville, NC. (NVD 29 Nov 1972)

DEHAVEN, EDITH C. age 60 of Stephenson died Monday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Chestnut Grove Cemetery. Born 16 Mar 1912 in Frederick Co. d/o the late John Henry & Nettie B. Hutzler Clark. w/o Ray D. DeHaven. Children, Mrs. Walter (Hazel) Staton Jr., Mrs. David (Louise) Scott both of Frederick Co., Mrs. Harry (Karen) Rinker & Robert W. DeHaven both of Winchester, John W. DeHaven of Norfolk & Mrs. George (Leona) Helsley of Ridgeway, WV. 17 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren. Sister, Mrs. Ida Mae Hibbard of Winchester. Brothers, Preston A. Clark & Alfred C. Clark both of Winchester. (NVD 20 Dec 1972)

DEHAVEN, WILLIAM age 79 yrs. of Cross Junction died Saturday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Gainesboro Cemetery. Born 31 Aug 1893 in Frederick Co. s/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Henry DeHaven. Wife, Edna Boyce DeHaven. 12 children, Helen Foster of Flint Hill, Frances Cave, Juanita Foldey, Nellie Anderson, Dorothy Sine & William L. DeHaven all of Maryland, Jean DeHaven, Linda Luttrell, Carolyn Farmer, Marshall DeHaven, Allen DeHaven & Lewis DeHaven all of Frederick Co. Stepdaughter, Louise Nelson of Frederick Co. (NVD 18 Dec 1972)

DELLINGER, BERLIN R. age 62 yrs. of Towson, Md. former resident of Edinburg died 12 Oct 1972 in St. Joseph Hospital, Towson. Interment in Parkwood Cemetery. Born 07 Dec 1909 in Woodstock s/o Samuel Dellinger SR. & the late Rhoda Ellen Hottle Dellinger. Wife, Mildred C. Dellinger of the home address. Sister, Ester Dellinger Stickley. Brothers, Marshall & Samuel Dellinger Jr. (NVD 14 Oct 1972)

DELLINGER, DONNA JEAN age 12 died Sunday at the home of her parents, Paul Ray & Joann Burner Dellinger of Mt. Jackson. Burial in Mt. Jackson Cemetery. Sisters, Margaret Ann & Paula Marie Dellinger both at home. Paternal grandmother, Fleta Lee Dellinger of Conicville & maternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. A. W. Burner of Edinburg. Born 15 Aug 1960 in Woodstock. (NVD 18 Dec 1972)

DELLINGER, EDGAR MONTGOMERY of Harrisonburg died Thursday in the Rockingham Memorial Hospital. He was 57. Burial in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Cemetery at Jerome. Wife, the former Marie S. Bowman. Brother, Laco Dellinger of Brentwood, Md. Sisters, Mrs. Ollie Vann of Edinburg, Mrs. Vista Hoover of Seabrook, Md., Mrs. Pauline Neymier of Cheverly, Md., Mrs. Audrey Barb of Conicville & Mrs. Millie Funkhouser & Mrs. Gloria Carter both of Brentwood, Md. Half brother, Lewis Dellinger of Mt. Jackson. Half sister, Mamie Bohere of Martinsburg, WV. Born 24 May 1915 at Jerome s/o William Edgar & Stella Hamilton Dellinger. (NVD 15 Dec 1972)

DELP, MARGARET FUDGE of Mt. Jackson died Sunday in the Taylor Nursing Home at Clifton Forge. She was 74. w/o Dr. C. M. Delp, a former Mt. Jackson dentist who predeceased her. Burial in the Cedar Hill Cemetery at Covington. Born 15 Oct 1898 in Covington d/o Joseph T. Fudge Sr. & Ida Revercomb Fudge. Surviving are several cousins. (NVD 14 Nov 1972)

DENISON, ETHEL MARSTON of Woodstock died Sunday in the Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital following a long period of ill health. She also suffered injuries in an auto accident in which her sister, Mrs. C. M. Charles was fatally injured on the evening of Dec. 30. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery at Woodstock. Sister, Mrs. J. H. Little Sr. of Strasburg. Brothers, Louis R. Marston of Woodstock, Ford M. Marston of Stuart, FL. & Frank Marston of Edinburg. Her husband predeceased her. d/o the late William Frank & Mary Jane Clem Marston of Woodstock. Born 10 Nov 1890. (NVD 08 Jan 1973)

DENMARK, ADA LARRICK of Winchester died yesterday at a Winchester nursing home. d/o the late John W. & Margaret Simpson Lauck Sr. Widow of Dr. A. C. Swimley of Winchester prior to her marriage to Mr. Denmark. Brother, Jonah Larrick of Richmond. Burial in Mount Hebron Cemetery. (NVD 27 Jan 1973)

DENNIS, PERRY E. - A funeral service for Perry E. Dennis, 87, of Winchester who died Wednesday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital will be conducted at 10:30 this morning at the Jones Funeral Home by Rev. Donald Scruggs. Pallbearers will be: Thomas Kinneman, Robert Dennis, Melvin Saville, Harry Dennis Jr., Clay Hill & Richard Levi. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. (NVD 07 Oct 1972)

DENTON, OLIVIA T. age 63 yrs. of Flager Beach, Fl. died early yesterday in Ormond Beach, Fl. Burial in Mt. Hebron Church in Winchester, Va. Born 18 Feb 1909 in Winchester d/o the late William Oscar & Emma Willingham Taylor. w/o Jesse Ray Denton. Sisters, Catherine Orndorff, Virginia Cain & Eloise Madigan. Brothers, Wilbert Taylor & Charles Taylor all of Winchester. (NVD 31 Oct 1972)

DIDAWICK, BENJAMIN - At the family home at Green Hill in the early morning hours, Monday 19 Jan 1920, death claimed one of Shenandoah County’s oldest & best known residents, Benjamin Didawick, after an illness of several weeks due to the infirmities of age. Had Mr. Didawick survived until Feb. 23, he would have rounded out 85 useful years. Older folk in the county remember the time when he was an expert book-keeper having charge of the books at the Liberty & Columbia Furnaces in the years of their activity & also kept the books at the old Caroline Furnace in Fort Valley, in the old days when men actually dug wealth out of mother earth. Mr. Didawick’s wife, who survives him, is the daughter of the late Frederick Holtzman & was much admired as Miss Barbara Holtzman. One son, William died several years ago. Children surviving are Mrs. John Bowman of near Readus, Mrs. Kirby Lambert of Green Hill, Frank & Homer Didawick of near Woodstock, Charles Didawick of Lexington, Va. & Thomas Didawick, Road Commissioner of Madison District. Mr. Didawick came to this part of Shenandoah County years ago from the neighborhood of Wardensville, WV. where he had 2 brothers, both of whom have passed away. Funeral services held at Wesley Chapel, 21 Jan at 10 o’clock & interment in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock. Rev. B. C. Wilson of the Edinburg Methodist Episcopal Church South will perform the last sad rites over the body of him who was a gentleman of the old school, a splendid neighbor, warm friend & all a man could be in his family relations. He will be greatly missed by both young & old.

DIDAWICK, HELEN E., 62, of Winchester died Wednesday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Born in Frederick Co. 02 Jul 1909 d/o the late John S. & Musetta Owens Jenkins. w/o John Didawick. Sisters, Mrs. Bentley Davis of Gainsboro & Mrs. Linden Morrow of Doswell. burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. (NVD 06 Jan 1973)

DIDAWICK, IDA A. w/o T. J. Didawick died at the home of her son, Fred Didawick near Calvary, Va. on Tuesday morning (29 Oct 1935) afternoon an illness of nine weeks. She was stricken with flu, from which she suffered until last Friday when pneumonia developed. d/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry Sheetz & she was born at Calvary, Va. 69 years ago on April 21st. 8 children, Glenn, Fred, John of near Calvary, Earl of Washington, DC., Mrs. Hugh Funkhouser of Winchester, Va., Mrs. Lloyd Fadely, Mrs. John Ryman of Calvary, Mrs. Paul Irwin of Washington, DC. 15 grandchildren. 2 brothers, Sanford Sheetz of Cumberland, MD. & Ira Sheetz of Washington, DC. Sisters, Kate Swartz, Virginia Woolfe & Mary Wilkins. Funeral at the home of her son, Fred Didawick at Bowmans Crossing on Thursday morning conducted by her pastor, the Rev. R. L. Moore.

DIDAWICK, K. FRANK prominent farmer, churchman & well known auctioneer died Tuesday night (25 Jun 1940) at his home near Edinburg, Va. after a short illness. s/o the late Benjamin & Barbara Didawick & was born 65 years ago at the Didawick homestead at Green Hill, Northwest of Edinburg. Wife was before marriage, Miss Maggie F. Burner. 7 children, Raymond of Mt. Jackson. (Balance of obit is missing.)

DIDAWICK, THOMAS J. - The entire community was saddened Tuesday evening when it was learned that Thomas J. Didawick had been found dead in the barn where he had gone to attend his stock. When he did not return his wife did not become alarmed as he often walked to a neighbors before returned from the barn. She found her husband when she went to the barn at 3 o’clock. Death was due to a heart attack. He was a s/o the late Benjamin & Barbara Holtzman Didawick & has spent his entire life in this community. He was Commissioner of Revenue for several terms & justice of peach. At the time of his death he was representative for The Shenandoah Farmers Home Mutual Fire Insurance Co. For a number of years he has been associated with Mrs. S. A. Wilkins, stock dealers. One of the most loved citizens of our community has gone to rest. He celebrated his 66th birthday anniversary on 21 Mar 1932. On 22 Dec 1937 he was united in marriage to Ida Sheetz. To this union was born 9 children. One son died in infancy. Besides his wife, he is survived by the following sons & daughters: Fred & John of Edinburg, Glenn of Woodstock & Earl of Washington, DC., Mrs. Hugh Funkhouser of Winchester, Va., Mrs. Lloyd Fadely of Readus, Mrs. John Ryman of Calvary & Mrs. Paul Irvin of Washington, DC. 3 brothers & 2 sisters also survive, Charles Didawick of Lexington, Va., Homer Didawick of Woodstock & Frank Didawick of Wesley Chapel, Mrs. John Bowman & Mrs. Belle Lambert of Readus. Funeral services from the late home by Rev. C. W. Wright assisted by Rev. O. B. Michael & Rev. J. S. Stephens. Interment was made in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock. (Died - 28 Jun 1934)

DIFFENDERFER, MYRTLE EDNA age 79 yrs. of Boyce died Friday in Shawnee Springs Nursing Home in Winchester. Burial in Old Chapel churchyard. Born 14 Sep 1893 in Highview, WV. d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Hannibal Eaton. w/o Trone. Sons, Bernard Diffenderfer of Laurel, Md., Charles O. Diffenderfer of Boyce & James H. Diffenderfer of Winchester. 6 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren. (NVD 05 Feb 1973)

DINGES, CHARLES SAMUEL of St. David’s Church died Saturday at his home. He was 53. Interment in the Plaugher Cemetery at Seven Fountains. Wife, the former Evelyn Walters. 4 daughters & 5 sons. Sisters, Annie Rosenberger of Seven Fountains & Patsy Feathers, Virginia Himelright, Frances Helsley & Louise Funk of Strasburg. Brothers, Frank Dinges & Harold Dinges of Edinburg & Robert & Norman Dinges of Seven Fountains. 6 grandchildren. Born 02 Jan 1919 in Shenandoah Co. s/o Samuel & Minnie Plaugher Dinges. (NVD 26 Dec 1972)

DINGES, THOMAS H. 21 year old s/o Mrs. & Mrs. Frank Dinges of Edinburg was fatally injured in a motorcycle accident on the Valley pike a short distance south of Hawkinstown on Thursday morning (30 Jun 1932). In company with Lynwood Barton of near Edinburg, he was riding a motorcycle when the tire blew out, hurling the young men to the hard roadbed. They were traveling at a moderate rate of speed. Dr. Fred C. Downey of Edinburg responded to the call at once, gave first aid & rushed the patient to Warren Memorial Hospital, Dr. Downey & the young man’s brother Frank Dinges Jr. accompanying the patient. At half after twelve he passed away without recovering consciousness having suffered a fractured skull. Thomas Hickman Dinges was born in Edinburg 21 years ago. Funeral services from the home, the Rev. O. B. Michael conducting the service.

DINGES, THOMAS HICKMAN - On last Saturday morning, 02 Jul 1932 funeral services for Thomas Hickman Dinges s/o Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dinges, who lost his life on 30 Jun 1932 in a motorcycle accident near Mt. Jackson were held in the home on Center Street before an exceptionally large concourse of people from far and near. Born 14 Feb 1911. Three days after his 13th birthday he joined St. Paul’s Reformed Church along with his only brother, Frank & a class of young people. In 1931 he graduated from Woodstock High School. In 1930 he was one of the champion players on the basketball team of Edinburg High School which won the Shenandoah County Championship. His sojourn on earth was 21 years, 4 months & 16 days..

DIRTING, CORA ELIZABETH (nee-Sheetz) was born 17 May 1869 & died 29 Dec 1896 aged 27 years 7 months and 12 days. She was baptized in infancy & was confirmed in the doctrines of the Evangelical Lutheran church in Mt. Calvary congregation, Shenandoah county, Va. by Rev. D. E. Snapp. She was married to L. A. Dirting 27 Mar 1884. She leaves a husband, one child, father & mother, 2 brothers & a number of relatives & friends to mourn her departure. In the absence of her pastors, Revs. Wike & Conder, the writer conducted the funeral services at Union Forge near Edinburg, Va. 31 Dec 1896, before an unusually large audience.

DIXSON, VIOLA V. - Word has been received of the death of Viola V. Dixson in the George Washington University Hospital on Sunday following a prolonged illness. Funeral service in Washington. Widow of William Dixson of Winchester. Daughters, Nancy Boyd & Blanche Battle. Son, Richard Dixson of Washington. Sisters, Esther Cooke of Winchester, Jennie Jackson, Bertha Thompson, Mary Maynard, Eva Harris & Mrs. Dunbar Butler of Washington, DC. . Brother, Isaac Davis of Washington, DC. 3 brothers, Charles, Donald & Jack Davis preceded her in death. (NVD 09 Nov 1972)

DODGE, ROSA MAY age 83 yrs. of McLean died Sunday night in Doctors Hospital, Washington, DC. Interment in the Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Leesburg Pike. Born 25 Aug 1889 in Washington, DC. w/o the late Dr. William Harper Dodge. Daughters, Mrs. Esdras S. Gruver of Winchester & Mrs. Barbara Hinkle of Berryville. Sons, the Rev. William Wesley Dodge of Severna Park, Md. & Charles H. Dodge of Alexandria. Brother, Carlton Guilford of Herndon. Sister, Elizabeth Carper of McLean. 8 grandchildren & one great grandchild. (NVD 29 Nov 1972)

DODSON, JOSIE FLORENCE age 73 of Brightwood died Wednesday in Warren Memorial Hospital. Interment in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born in Rappahannock Co. 01 Jul 1899 d/o the late Walter B. & Lonie Nicholson Dodson. Widow of Nathan Dodson who died in Dec 1964. Sons, Robert J. Dodson of Happy Creek, William H. Dodson of Linden. Daughters, Mrs. Roy Dodson & Mrs. Robert Dodson both of Brightwood & Mrs. H. L. Strother Jr. & Mrs. William Sloat both of Front Royal. Brothers, Ellis Dodson of Stephens City & Walter & Uster Dodson both of Sperryville. Sisters, Bertha Dodson of Castleton & Fleda Dodson of Martinsburg, WV. 24 grandchildren & 28 great grandchildren. (NVD 28 Dec 1972)

DOOLIN, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN age 55 yrs. of Winchester died Thursday in a car-truck collision near Clearbrook. Burial in the Mount Union Cemetery. Born 03 Nov 1917 at Nunn, CO. s/o the late Arch & Ella House Doolin. Veteran of WWII. Wife, Joy McDonald Doolin. Stepchildren, David Didawick of Winchester & Sharon M. McGee of Richmond. Daughter, Judy Atwood of Crescent City, CA. 2 grandchildren. Brothers & sisters, Ila Harris of Ontario, OR., William J. Doolin of Salem, OR., I. N. Doolin of Bakersfield, CA., Ethel Loustura of Gold Run, CA., Mike Doolin of Le Grande, OR. & Pat Doolin of Portland, OR. (NVD 13 Nov 1972)

DORSEY, DELORES ROSE died Saturday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 01 Aug 1936 in New York d/o the late Lewis & Attila Zollo. w/o Thomas G. Dorsey. Children, Dale Dorsey, Darrel Dorsey, Darlene Dorsey, Debra Dorsey & Dena Dorsey all at home. Stepdaughter, Mrs. Wayne (Joanne) Dick of Odenton, Md. 3 step grandchildren. Sisters, Teresa Sarrica, Mary Bencivenga & Kay Mondello all of New York, Ann Salvaggio of California & Margaret Lamb of Florida. Brothers, Alexander Zollo, Frank Zollo, Thomas Zollo & Carmeno Zollo all of New York & Armond Zollo of Florida. (NVD 08 Jan 1973)

DOWNEY, DAISY VANCE DINGES w/o Dr. Frederick C. Downey beloved resident of Edinburg passed away suddenly from a heart attack on Tuesday morning 31 Dec 1940 having been ill only a few days. d/o the late George William Dinges & Mrs. Elizabeth Marshall Rinker Dinges, she was born in Edinburg, Va. on 18 Feb 1878. Her marriage to Dr. Frederick C. Downey took place 12 Feb 1908. 2 children, Elizabeth Downey & William Downey. 3 brothers, Frank C. Dinges Sr. of Edinburg, Guy Dinges of Welch, WV. & Vance Dinges of Atlanta, Ga. She was laid to rest beneath a mound of most beautiful flowers in the Cedarwood Cemetery. Pallbearers, Dr. R. W. Stoneburner, Dr. A. A. Shutters, S. A. Wilkins, Houston H. Newman, H. E. Wisman, Isaac Bowman, G. Robert Irvin, Kenneth Saum, J. N. Coffman & Hugh Saum.

DRONE, ELEANOR VIRGINIA, 31, of Warrenton died in the Fauquier Hospital Monday. Burial in Hillcrest Memory Gardens. w/o Billy Richard Drone. Daughters, Janet A., Barbara S. & Sue Drone & one son, Buddy R. Drone all at home. Sisters, Charlotte Cooper of North Beach, Md. & Mrs. Theobia Chamblin of Annandale. Brothers, Herbert Morris of Statsburg, NY. & Charles Morris of Silver Spring, Md. (NVD 28 Nov 1972)

DUCKWORTH, JEFF age 74 yrs. of Front Royal died at Warren Memorial Hospital yesterday. Burial at Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born in Arkansas. Only surviving relative is his wife, Evelyn Fristoe Duckworth. (NVD 28 Dec 1972)

DYKE, BETTY G. age 41 of Winchester died Tuesday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Winchester 16 Feb 1931 d/o Mrs. Elizabeth Giffin. Daughter, Sandra D. Mills of Frederick Co. Grandson, Eric E. Mills of Frederick Co. (NVD 04 Jan 1973)

DYKE, JOHN H. age 62 yrs. of Winchester died Wednesday at his residence. Burial in St. John Cemetery. Born in Hayfield on 12 Jul 1910 s/o the late Hayes & Catherine Dispanett Dyke. Served in WWII. Sisters, Pearl Conner of Martinsburg, WV., Lena Nichelson of Winchester & Ethel Garber of Staunton. (NVD 23 Dec 1972)

EARNEST, MARY LINTON age 65 of Front Royal died Sunday at Warren Memorial Hospital. Interment at Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born 26 Jul 1907 in Lynchburg d/o the late Richard Lee & Mary Gibson Walton. Widow of the late Joseph R. Earnest. sons, N. Peter Earnest II. of Boston, Ma. & Joseph R. Earnest Jr. of Greenville, Tn. Daughter, Ann M. G. Earnest of Front Royal. (NVD 09 Jan 1973)

EATON, LILLIAN MILLESON age 70 yrs. of Shanks, WV. died Saturday at her residence. Burial in the Salem Cemetery near Slanesville, WV. Born in Hampshire Co., WV. 26 Apr 1902 d/o the late Joseph & Elizabeth Milleson. Daughter, Noreen Kave of Berryville. Son, Waldo Eaton of Wardensville, WV. Sisters, Lula Moreland of Paw Paw, WV., Georgina Wirgman of Daytona Beach, FL., Margaret Haines of Shanks, Irene Collins of Brightwood, Mina Smith of Flintstone, Md. & Marie Pope of Dunn Loring. Brothers, Watson Milleson & Benjamin Milleson both of Springfield. 5 grandchildren & one great grandchild. (NVD 17 Oct 1972)

EATON, ODESSA D. age 76 of Winchester died Friday afternoon in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Fairview Cemetery near Gore. Born 17 Feb 1896 at Sandy Ridge, WV. d/o the late Taylor & Alice Whitlock Whitacre. Husband, John Wesley Eaton died in 1946. Daughters, Mrs. E. J. (Onile) Omps & Eleanor Shade both of Winchester. 2 grandsons, Danny Omps & Eddie Shade both of Winchester. (NVD 13 Jan 1973)

EBERLY, PHILIP - having died at his home here at 5:50 a. m. last Thursday (02 Jul 1914) was buried in the family plot beside his wife in the old Lutheran graveyard Saturday afternoon. A short service was held at the house. From there the remains were taken to the Lutheran church, where the funeral service was held, conducted by the deceased’s pastor, Rev. J. W. Link, assisted by Revs. R. C. Meeks, C. J. Smith, J. D. Hamaker & J. F. Leeper, Rev. Smith preached a brief sermon. From the church the body was taken to the graveyard nearby & the last rites tendered mid a scene of sunshine & showers. Messrs. O. Z. Fitzsimmons, John Allen, F. M. Zea, R. S. Wright, A. M. Jenkins & J. E. Rogers were the pallbearers. He was Strasburg’s oldest citizen having attained the remarkable age of 91 yrs. 9 mos. & 14 days. He was born in the property now occupied by Miss Ellen Eberly & while yet a boy, his father moved to Mt. Olive on a farm, part of which is now owned by Silas Funkhouser. Later while a young man he caught the Western inspiration & went to Corydon, IN. Living there a short while he returned to his native State, married Miss Catherine Windle, daughter of the late Jacob Windle & for a time lived on the farm now owned by Obed Wilkins at Lebanon Church. In 1859 he moved to Strasburg & lived the remainder of his days at the place wherein he died. Tho’ farming at brief intervals, his occupation was & he spent the greater portion of his time, a cabinet maker & later he kept a considerable apiary. He had never studied the mechanical art but being very highly talented in that respect he became a fine mechanic. Though late in life Mr. Eberly joined St. Paul’s Lutheran Church after he had reached the age of 75. Surviving the deceased is but one child, Jacob W. Eberly, cashier of the Massanutten National Bank of this place, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary Hamman of Winchester & Mrs. Sarah Haney of Simpson, Minn., one half-sister, Mrs. Susan Miller of near town & one half-brother, George Eberly of Mt. Olive. Out of seven men, all born in the same year & within two blocks of each other in Strasburg all of whom were close personal friends & men well known in the community. Mr. Eberly was the last survival. Save Mr. Eberly, these seven men were hardly known to the present generation, but to the older folk in town, the names of Philip A. Zea, John Riley, George Cooper, John Dosh, Richard Long, Harrison Houck & Philip Eberly have a familiar relation.

ECKARD, WILLIAM GEORGE age 67 yrs. of Winchester died Friday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 22 Oct 1904 in Sugar Grove, WV. s/o the late Jacob & Martha Eckard. Married 18 Jul 1939 in Staunton, Elsie Cobb. Brother, Jacob H. Eckard of Penn Laird. Sister, Lucy Puffinberger of Penn Laird. (NVD 10 Oct 1972)

EDMONDS, WILLIAM FRANKLIN age 66 of Toms Brook died Thursday in Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital. Interment in Maurertown Cemetery. Born 30 Jan 1906 in Maurertown s/o the late Joseph Edmonds & Laura Sheetz Edmonds. Husband of Isabelle Virginia Jewell Edmonds who died in 1945. At the time of his death, was the husband of Mearl Putnam Edmonds. Sons, William C. Edmonds of Maurertown, Danny L. Edmonds of Toms Brook, Cletus M. Edmonds of Strasburg, David H. Edmonds of Maurertown & William W. Edmonds, Donald R. Edmonds & Dwayne L. Edmonds all at home. Daughters, Jessie Dove of Millersburg, Pa. & Mrs. Edsel Whittington of Maurertown. Stepchildren, Roger F. Putnam & Elizabeth Putnam both of Strasburg. Brother, George L. Edmonds of Woodstock. Sister, Annie Miller of Winchester. 11 grandchildren. (NVD 06 Jan 1973)

EDWARDS, BENJAMIN H. ‘Sonny’, 65, of Dayton, Ohio died Sunday at his residence. Burial in the Salem Cemetery. Born at Slanesville, WV. s/o the late John & Flossie Grapes Edwards. Widow, Ruth Edwards. Daughter Miss Betsy Edwards at home. Sons, Robert Edwards of Madison, WI. & William Edwards of Cumberland, Md. Brother, Bernard Edwards of Slanesville. Sisters, Mabel Largent of Romney, WV. & Mildred Saville of Arlington. 3 grandchildren. (NVD 29 Nov 1972)

ELOSSER, EDNA PEARL of Washington, DC. formerly of Baker, WV. died Wednesday in the Cafritz memorial Hospital in the nation’s capital. She was 83. Interment in the Asbury Cemetery. Brother, Roy Elosser of Baker. A number of nieces & nephews. Born at Bean’s Settlement near Baker 20 Apr 1889 d/o James & Emily Tucker Elosser. (NVD 26 Jan 1973)

EMMART, PEARL W. of Washington, DC. died Wednesday in Providence Hospital. She was 74. Burial at Elmwood Cemetery at Shepherdstown, WV. Husband, G. W. Emmart died in May 1964. Stepsons, H. F. Emmart of Strasburg & Clyde W. Emmart of Landover, Md. Stepdaughter, Lorena E. Orndoff of Strasburg. Sisters, Anna Mary Heltzel of Bakerton, WV. & Martha Geary of Washington, DC. 7 step grandchildren. A numerous nieces & nephews. Born in Bakerton, WV. 28 Nov 1898. (NVD 18 Jan 1973)

EMSWILLER, MARION F. - prominent farmer & stock dealer was killed instantly when his Ford Coupe was struck by a southbound passenger train on the Southern Railway about one mile south of the Woodstock station,  Wednesday afternoon (14 Apr 1928). Mr. Emswiller, who is owner of the Calvary Stock Farm was coming from his home 3 miles west of Woodstock & the tragedy occurred at what is known as the ‘Fair Ground Crossing,’ where several other accidents have occurred in former years. There is a steep grade just above the tract & it is thought that Mr. Emswiller saw the approaching train as the tracks in the roadway indicated that he had applied the emergency brake of his coupe about 15 or 20 feet from the railroad. The car was struck directly in the center, was lifted by the locomotive pilot & was carried fully 200 yards before the train could be brought to a stop. Mr. Emswiller was instantly killed & his body was taken from the wrecked car by the train crew & brought to Woodstock. The back of his head was crushed, there was a gash in the left temple & his left arm was crushed. Eye witnesses to the fatal accident were Mr. Frank Dysart & son, Marvin, who had just passed Mr. Emswiller a few moments before, Miss Hattie Miller from her home, just south of the crossing & Mr. G. Hupp Keller who was just leaving Mr. Myron Bowman’s home. He would have been 52 years old had he lived until next July. His parents, Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Emswiller died a number of years ago. His wife, Mrs. Dunie Hollar Emswiller died in 1918. Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Charles Grim of St. Luke, Mrs. Willard Fravel of Woodstock, Mrs. Harry Bumgardner of Woodstock, Miss Goldie Emswiller (11 years old), Guy Emswiller of Woodstock, Carroll, Fred & Ray at home. Funeral services at the Brethren Church.

ESTEP, CHARLES REUBEN who passed away Friday afternoon (26 Feb 1937) were held Sunday afternoon from the Union Forge Church by the Pastor Rev. R. O. Louthan, assisted by Rev. J. S. Stephens. The pallbearers were Messrs. M. Lloyd Hite, Harry D. Fadely, Hallie E. Fadely, Milton H. Pence, Cecil Hollar & Earl Hollar. Interment in Union Forge Cemetery. s/o the late John & Christine Estep & was born 58 years ago at the Estep homestead near Edinburg. He was a member of the Methodist Church. He also was a member of the I. O. O. F. Lodge at Lantz Mills. 12 years ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis & since then has been an invalid. His wife who was Carrie Sheffler preceded him in death 6 years ago. Surviving are 2 sons, Jerry & Roy Estep of Washington, 2 daughters, Mrs. John R. Foltz of Hamburg & Mrs. George Baker Jr. at home & one sister, Mrs. Joseph Sheetz of Edinburg & 2 grandsons.

ESTEP, DORA - Woodstock, Jan. 12 - Mrs. Dora Estep w/o Harry Estep, died Saturday (11 Jan 1919) at her home 3 miles south of Woodstock, having been in failing health for several months. Surviving besides her husband are her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sheets; one son, Robert Estep, aged 12 years; 2 sisters, Mrs. Homer Garber of Washington, DC.; and Miss Gladys Sheets; one brother, Oscar Sheets of Woodstock. Funeral services will be conducted Monday morning at her home by her pastor, Rev. W. H. Causey of the Reformed Church. Interment will be made in Massanutten Cemetery.

ESTEP, EVERETT - 11 years old, only s/o Mrs. Charles Estep of Woodstock died at 2 o’clock yesterday morning in Winchester Memorial Hospital of injuries received at 5 o’clock Saturday afternoon when he was struck by Southern freight train No. 68. There were no eye witnesses to the accident. The boy was a telegraph messenger & was returning to the station after delivering a message. The second section of Express Train No. 12 blocked the crossing as the freight was backing out of the siding. The rear car of the freight struck the boy, crushing his shoulder & arm, breaking a leg & cutting off part of his foot. P. F. Peer came to his assistance. Dr. Wilson Gearing was called & later Dr. Gearing & Dr. Ford took him to the hospital at Winchester. The lad did not lose consciousness & realized he was injured so badly he probably could not recover. He repeatedly said he ‘hated to leave mamma’, his mother being a widow. He was a boy of unusual intelligence & his death is deeply regretted by the people of Woodstock. He was a great nephew of Clarence Miller of Harrisonburg. The body was brought yesterday to the home of his grandfather, Charles Coffman at Woodstock. Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist Church at 6 o’clock last evening by Rev. Selwyn Cockrell. Magistrate W. B. Allen, setting Coroner, will investigate further the causes of the accident this morning. (Date of death - 13 Sep 1919)

ESTEP, MARY J. (MRS.) In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Mrs. Mary J. Estep who departed this life February 4, 1906. (By Lillie E. Burk)

EVANS, L. ELTON age 79 yrs. w/o of Howard R. Evans of Alexandria died yesterday in the Fairfax Hospital. Burial in Greenhill Cemetery, Stephens City. d/o the late Dr. Silas & Lucy Jackson Stickley. Son, Edwin Evans of Alexandria. Daughters, Helen Pyle of Annandale & Betty Martin of South Carolina. 5 grandchildren & 1 great grandchild. (NVD 14 Oct 1972)

EVANS, OLIVER BENJAMIN formerly of Winchester died in Kings Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg Friday. Burial in Orrick Cemetery. Born in Winchester s/o the late Mr. & Mrs. William C. Evans. Sister, Minnie Pinn of Washington. Brothers, Cyrus B. Evans of New York City & Earl D. Evans of Winchester. (NVD 02 Jan 1973)

EVENS, ELVINA nee- Myers- w/o Joseph Evens, who lives one mile north of Edinburg departed this life 31 Jan 1918 at the age of 56.6.9. Six living sisters, Mrs. John Heishman , Mrs. Luther Bowman, Mrs. Tucker Foltz & Miss Rebecca Myers of Hamburg, Va., Mrs. Edward Grim & Mrs. Jonah Carpenter of Saint Lukes, Va. Two brothers, Thomas & John Myers of Hamburg. Son, Myers Evens & 3 step daughters, Celia, Clara & Ella & many other relatives & friends. On account of sickness & the deep snow & cold weather, only one sister & brother were able to attend the funeral. She was layed to rest in the Forge Cemetery near Edinburg. Mr. Even’s health is not so good at this time.

FADELEY, DELBERT C. of Edinburg died Saturday morning (Oct. 7) in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital. He was 90. Burial in the Bethel Lutheran Church Cemetery at Hamburg. Daughter, Hazel Fadeley of Edinburg. Born 26 Sep 1882 in Shenandoah Co. s/o Zebed & Mary Nester Fadely. Wife, Valley Coffelt Fadeley predeceased him.  (NVD 10 Oct 1972, Shenandoah Herald 11 Oct 1972)

FADELEY, LORENZA D. an old, widely known and much respected citizen of the Columbia Furnace neighborhood died Tuesday morning about 3 o’clock (12 Mar 1901). Mr. Fadeley was about 76 years old and had been dangerously sick for four weeks or more. He was buried this morning at 10 o’clock at Columbia Furnace, by his pastor, Rev. A. Shulenberger. J. D. Lemmon was the undertaker. Some time previous to his death, Mr. Fadeley expressed a desire to have as pallbearers some of his regimental comrades of the civil war and selected, A. B. Clinedinst, Philip Bowers, Will Fravel, Robert Holler, Jos. Coffelt and Isaac Hottel to perform this last sad office for him.

FADELEY, RALPH BLEW JR. age 48 yrs. of Edinburg died Tuesday in Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital. Burial in the Union Forge Cemetery. Born 24 Jan 1924 at Lacey Springs s/o Edna Frye Fadeley of Edinburg & the laet Ralph Fadeley Sr. Daughters, Joan Fadeley & Sandra Fadeley both of Rockville, Md. Sons, Larry Fadeley & Andy Fadeley both of Rockville, Md. Brother, Donald L. Fadeley of Dennison, TX. 3 grandchildren. (NVD 17 Jan 1973)

FADELEY, THELMA IRENE beloved child of Delbert C. & Valley Fadeley of Lantz Mills died 09 Aug 1906 aged 1 year, 10 months & 9 days. After the funeral services conducted by Rev. E. Folk, who preached an excellent sermon, her little body was lad to rest in a beautiful white casket in Bethel graveyard. The pallbearers were 4 little girls dressed in white, Myrtle Kibler, Mamie Wilkins, Mabel Brown & Leona Fadeley. (Dearest Thelma verse by Mollie C. Coffelt)

FADELY, MARY ZELIA/ZILLA of Edinburg died Thursday in the Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital. She was 78. Interment in the Union Forge Cemetery at Edinburg. Husband, Howard B. Fadely died in 1966. Brother, William R. Coffman of Woodstock. A number of nieces & nephews. Born 19 Feb 1894 near Edinburg d/o Abraham & Alice Emma Kibler Coffman. (NVD 12 Jan 1973 & Shenandoah Herald 17 Jan 1973)

FADELY, ROBERT G. age 76 yrs. died 19 Aug 1934 near Edinburg. s/o the late Lorenzo & Barbara Will Fadely, he was born 26 Jun 1865. Wife, Alice Hottle Fadely. Sons, Harry D. & Howard B. Fadely of Edinburg & Clarence Fadely of Strasburg. Sisters, Mrs. William Burner of Woodstock, Mrs. Ira Barton & Mrs. Florence Foster of Alexandria & Rose Fadely at home. Brother, Thomas Fadely of Edinburg. 5 grandchildren & 7 great grandchildren. Grandchildren are Mrs. Hunter Peer of Woodstock, Douglas Fadely, John Fadely, Calvin Fadely & Mrs. Bruce Stultz all of near Edinburg, Va. Interment in Cedarwood Cemetery. On 05 May 1935 Mr. & Mrs. Fadely celebrated the 50th anniversary of their marriage.

FAHNESTOCK, MARY SUSAN of Strasburg died Tuesday in the Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital. She was 80. Interment in Riverview Cemetery. Daughter, Louise Aquilar of Oxnard, CA. 6 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. Husband, Russell E. Fahnestock predeceased her. Born 01 Apr 1892 in Shenandoah Co. d/o Milton Bowman & Susan Peer Bowman. (NVD 29 Nov 1972)

FELTNER, LILLIE H. age 83 yrs. of Arlington formerly of Berryville died yesterday in Doctor’s Hospital, Washington, DC. Burial in Green Hill Cemetery. Born in Jun 1891 in Clarke Co. d/o the late Macon & Frances Ann Reed Hummer. Widow of Ernest C. Feltner who died in 1962. Children, Frances F. Vawter, Carl L. Feltner & Twyla Cromer all of Arlington, Ernest M. Feltner of Springfield & Charlotte A. Freeman of Rockville, Md. 8 grandchildren & 9 great grandchildren. (NVD 20 Jan 1973)

FERREBEE, SADIE L. age 88 yrs. of Berryville died yesterday in a Winchester Nursing Home. Burial in the Salem Church of the Brethren churchyard in Stephens City, Va. Born in Hampshire Co., WV. 04 Mar 1884 d/o the late Isaac G. & Mary Ellen High Bobo. Husband, Thornton C. Ferrebee died 09 Apr 1964. Daughters, Leona Spurling of Winchester, Marjorie Rowland & Delphia Painter both of Berryville, Josephine Sendoya of Zyper Hill, Fl., Bernice Kincaid of Rockville, Md., Thelma Purdue of Sterling & Wilma Foster of Laurel, Md. Sons, Elwood Ferrebee of Hagerstown, Md., James M. Ferrebee of Berryville & Thornton C. Ferrebee of Front Royal. 48 grandchildren, 68 great grandchildren & several great-great grandchildren. Her youngest daughter, Evelyn E. Lee died 30 May 1970. (NVD 30 Nov 1972)

FEWELL, MARIE ESTELLE age 56 yrs. of Stephens City died Friday at her home. Interment in Lebanon Church Cemetery. Born 07 Dec 1915 at Lebanon Church d/o the late William A. Pangle Sr. & Lillie Virginia Hockman Pangle. w/o John S. Fewell. Sisters, Mrs. Clarence Glaize of Winchester, Mrs. George Funkhouser of Arlington & Mrs. James Tiffany of Falls Church. Brother, William A. Pangle Jr. of Strasburg. (NVD 11 Nov 1972)

FIELDS, MURIEL ELIZABETH age 61 yrs. died Wednesday in Prince Georges County, Md. Burial in Mount Hebron Cemetery. Born in Martinsburg, WV. in Nov 1911 d/o the late Eliza & Lillian Daisy Brookey. Married tot he late Elbert M. Fields. Daughters, Mary Keaylor & Peggy Glenn. Sons, Robert, Charles R. & Donald R. Fields. Sisters, Virginia Williams, Elsie Tibbs & Lorain Pennington. Brother, Vincent Brookey. 19 grandchildren. (NVD 26 Jan 1973)

FINKS, ADA MOFFETT age 72 yrs. of Marshall died Thursday in Fairfax Hospital. Interment in Marshall Cemetery, Marshall. Born 26 Sep 1900 in Virginia d/o the late John T. & Annie Moffett. w/o the late William N. Finks. Daughters, Mrs. Johann F. Schroeder of Rockville, Md. & Jane N. Finks of Richmond. Sister, Ruby M. Sinclair of Warrenton. Brothers, Blair Moffett of Warrenton & Burnley & Conway Moffett both of Marshall. (NVD 11 Nov 1972)

FIRNSCHILD, MAUDE PROPST died Sunday, Dec. 24, 1972 in St. Petersburg, Fl. Twice married, 1st, the Rev. Otis Propst & 2nd Dr. Frank Firnschild, both deceased. Daughter, Thelma Fricks of Silver Spring, Md. A number of nieces & nephews including Mrs. J. William Foltz of Woodstock, Mrs. Ruth Richmond of Maurertown & Mrs. Dorothy Burkett of Mt. Jackson. She was also a sister of the late Austin R. Hottel of Woodstock. Burial in the St. Luke Lutheran Church Cemetery in Redland, Md. (NVD 03 Jan 1973)

FIZER, MONITE LORRAINE age 79 yrs. of Hagerstown, Md. died Wednesday in the Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown, Md. Burial in Rosedale Cemetery in Martinsburg. Mother of Mrs. Foster (Geraldine) Couchman & the grandmother of Mrs. Gary McDonald both of Winchester. Born 24 Oct 1892 in Thomas, WV. d/o the late Joseph & Virginia Catlett Grove. Husband, Samuel Burr Fizer died 04 Oct 1946. Sons, Paul Fizer of Hagerstown & Samuel Fizer of Falling Waters, WV. 3 other daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Margaret) Gray of Martinsburg, WV. & Mrs. Nelson (Mary) Hess & Mrs. Thomas (Kathleen) Wilson both of Hagerstown. 10 other grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, one brother, Jack Grove of Leisure Village, Lakewood, NJ. One sister, Blanche Ambrosia of Hackensack, NJ. A daughter, Mrs. John (Eleanor) Lacey died 03 May 1962. Preceded in death by 2 sisters & 2 brothers. (NVD 20 Oct 1972)

FLANAGAN, SARAH B. - In loving remembrance of our dear sister, Sarah B. Flanagan, who departed this life on 13 Feb 1900. Anniversary mass for the repose of her soul, this Thursday morning at 7 o’clock, in St. Thomas’ Church. Brothers & Sisters.

FLEMING, CARL WASHINGTON SR. age 71 yrs. of Mt. Jackson was killed Thursday afternoon in a farm machinery accident on a farm owned by his son, Thomas Fleming in Mt. Jackson. He was caught in the pulley of a power take-off, according to Dr. Stage Miller. Death resulted almost instantly from a broken neck. Interment in the Mt. Jackson Cemetery. Born 22 Feb 1901 at Mt. Jackson s/o Bertie A. Hawkins Fleming of Mt. Jackson & the late G. W. Fleming. Wife, Madelyn Long Fleming. Daughter, Peggy Hawkins of Woodstock. Sons, Carl Fleming Jr. of New Market & Thomas Fleming of Mt. Jackson. Sisters, Lena Bush of Mt. Jackson & Lora Bush of Mt. Jackson. Brother, H. J. Fleming of Mt. Jackson. 7 grandchildren. (NVD 20 Oct 1972, Shenandoah Herald 25 Oct 1972)

FLETCHER, DANIEL LEE age 65 yrs. of Berryville died Saturday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville. Born 12 Mar 1907 in Berryville s/o the late Charles & Blanche Elkins Fletcher. Wife, Violette Johnston Fletcher. Daughters, Mrs. Ralph Harpe of Vienna, Va., Lois Fletcher at home & Mrs. J. Lester Spivey of Hobbsville, NC. 5 grandchildren. Sisters, Evelyn Fletcher & Mrs. Thelma Furr both of Washington. Brothers, Herbert & Harry Fletcher both of Oxon Hill, Md. & Howard Fletcher of Fairfax. Aunt, Mrs. James Royston of Berryville. (NVD 29 Jan 1973)

FLETCHER, HELEN BROWN of Winchester formerly of Washington, DC. died Wednesday in a Winchester nursing home. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born in Winchester d/o the late Charles E. & Grace H. Grim Brown. Married to the late James Robert Fletcher who preceded her in death on 03 Apr 1957 in Washington. Daughter, Virginia Fletcher at home. Preceded in death by 3 brothers, Warren Brown, Leslie M. Brown & C. Douglas Brown & one sister, Clara Brown White. (NVD 13 Oct 1972)

FLICK, CLARENCE W. ‘Jack’ age 52 yrs. of Martinsburg, WV. died Saturday in the Veterans Hospital after an extended illness. Burial in Rosedale Cemetery, Martinsburg. Born 01 Dec 1919 in Martinsburg s/o Mrs. Retha Belle Kees Flick of Darkesville, WV. & the late Edgar F. Flick. Veteran of WWII & the Korean Conflict. Wife, Elsie Chambers Flick whom he married 25 Dec 1940. Daughter, Karen D. Flick, a student nurse at Philadelphia General Hospital. 4 brothers, J. Willis Flick of Madrid, Spain, Donald F. Flick of Arlington, Paul L. Flick of Darkesville, WV. & John N. Flick of Youngstown, OH. Sister, Mrs. A. Lewis (Virginia) Lewis of Richardson, TX. (NVD 10 Oct 1972)

FLOWERS, BESSIE CORA age 84 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 09 Dec 1887 d/o the late Andrew & Caroline Nichelson Jenkins. Husband, Harry J. Flowers preceded her in death. 5 children by her 1st marriage to the late Presley W. Fletcher - Mrs. Georgianna McCarty with whom she made her home., Mrs. Howard Starliper, Warren Lee Fletcher & W. Richard Fletcher all of Frederick Co. & Robert N. Fletcher of Winchester. 21 grandchildren & 37 great grandchildren. She was the last member of her immediate family. (NVD 03 Nov 1972)

FOGLEMAN, WILLIAM K. age 53 yrs. of Stephenson died Saturday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born 13 Oct 1919 in Russell Co. s/o Mrs. Mary Margaret Fields Fogleman of Winchester & the late Willie Fogleman. Wife, the former Dolly C. Nicholson. Son, Dale W. Fogleman of Stephenson. Daughters, Mrs. Gary (Bonnie) Shade of Winchester, Mrs. Richard (Betty) Lineweaver of Stephenson & Mrs. David (Peggy) Collie of Alexandria. 8 grandchildren. Brother, Charlie Fogleman of Bluefield, WV. Sisters, Eula Lee Owens of Stephenson, Irene Brinklow of Stephenson, Roberta Messick of Frederick Co. & Elsie Nicholson of Baltimore, Md. (NVD 05 Feb 1973)

FOLSOM, EFFIE MAY age 82 yrs. of Berkeley Springs, WV. died Saturday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Sister, Nancy F. LeBrun of Berkeley Springs, WV. Burial in Woodland Cemetery at Ironton, Ohio. Born 07 Mar 1890 in Ohio d/o the late Henry & Effie Marshall Folsom. (NVD 13 Nov 1972)

FOLTZ, JACOB a native of this county who for many years has resided on his nice farm on the pike between this place & Hawkinstown died last Saturday morning (in Jun 1901). Mr. Foltz had been in failing health for some time and had been confined to his house for several months. He had reached the good old age of 83 yrs. 6 mos. & 1 day. By industry & economy Mr. Foltz had accumulated considerable property & was in very comfortable circumstances. He is survived by one son, John E. Foltz, who lives on a farm near Hawkinstown & one daughter, Miss Sabelia Foltz, who lived with her father on the home place. The funeral was preached in the U. B. Church at Hawkinstown, Sunday morning by Rev. H. M. Reed of this place.

FOLTZ, ROBERT - a prominent farmer who lived not far from Lantz Mills died very suddenly, Tuesday morning (12 Mar 1901-from tombstone) at the breakfast table. Mr. Foltz had been in bad health all winter but he was not thought to have been seriously ill and seemed better than usual all day Monday. He was buried this morning at 10 o’clock I the graveyard on his farm. Mr. Foltz was 68 or 70 years old.

FOLTZ, RUTH MARIE of Edinburg died Saturday in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital. She was 80. Interment in the Union Forge Cemetery near Edinburg. Daughter, Kathleen Heishman of Edinburg. 5 grandchildren & 3 great grandchildren. Born 29 Mar 1892 at Edinburg d/o Harvey & Amanda Sigler Holler. Husband, Charles Foltz died in Sep 1966. (NVD 02 Jan 1973)

FORD, CHARLES AUSTIN of Stephens City died in the Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY. on Sunday. Burial in the Orrick Cemetery. Born in Front Royal s/o Russell Ford of Englewood, NJ. & Mayola Ford Brooks of Stephens City. Stepfather of Stephens City. Wife, Karen Ford. Daughters, La Tonya Ford of Washington, DC & Monique Ford of Stephens City. Stepson, Rickie Smith of Stephens City. Brother, Russell Ford of Brooklyn, NY. Sister, Alice Cuttino of Roosevelt, NY. Grandmother, Parthina Rogers of Stephens City. 7 aunts, 4 uncles & several other relatives. (NVD 29 Dec 1972)

FORD, CLEON TYRON, 4 months, of Strasburg died Friday in Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital. Burial at Riverview Cemetery, Woodstock. Mother, Georgia Cooper Ford. Grandmother, Evelyn Cooper of Strasburg. Grandfather, Oswald Cooper Sr. of Woodstock. Brother, Henry Eugene Ford Jr. at home. (NVD 27 Nov 1972)

FORD, GEORGE T. - In loving memory of my dear husband George T. Ford who died 27 Feb 1901. By his loving wife, Syra J. Ford.

FORD, HARRY MASON of Marshall died Wednesday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. He was 59. Interment in the family plot at Ada, near Marshall. Wife, Beatrice Ford. Sisters, Parthenia Miller of Nokesville, Mildred Prettyman, Bernice Johnson both of Washington, DC. & Lillian Ford of Marshall. Brothers, Carl Ford of Middleburg & Shumate Ford of Marshall. A number of nieces & nephews. He was a Veteran of WWII in the U. S. Army. (NVD 21 Dec 1972)

FORD, JOSEPHINE HELEN of Winchester died Saturday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. She was 36. Burial in the Mt. Zion Cemetery at Strasburg. w/o Thomas B. Ford Sr. Sons, Thomas B. Ford Jr. & Tony A. Ford of Winchester. Daughters, Anne Hughes & Barbara A. Ridgeway of Winchester. Brothers, Martin Smith, Robert Smith & Harold Smith of Winchester & Samuel Smith of Washington, DC. Sisters, Irene Baltimore, Romaine Jackson & Lucille Ball of Winchester. 5 grandchildren. Born 30 May 1936 at Strasburg d/o Frederick D. Smith Sr. & Beatrice Avery Smith. (NVD 26 Dec 1972)

FORE, WALTER NEWTON of Front Royal died Tuesday at his home. He was 71. burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Wife, Mollie R. Fore. Son, the Rev. W. C. Robertson of Roanoke. Daughter, Jean Dye of Bethesda, Md. Brother, George Fore of Salem. Sisters, Irene Pinion of Roanoke & Gladys Harris of Woodbridge. 8 grandchildren. (NVD 06 Dec 1972)

FORREST, GEORGE W. age 83 yrs. of Alexandria died Friday at his home. Interment in Riverview Cemetery. Born 23 Sep 1889 in Frederick, Md. s/o the late George H. Forrest & Elizabeth Koontz Forrest. Husband of the late Beulah R. Brill Forrest. Son, G. William Forrest. Daughter, Mrs. Sarah E. Ritenour of Alexandria. Stepson, Harry S. Heflin of Indiana. 4 brothers & sisters, Arly Forrest of Baltimore, Md., Carroll Forrest of Brunswick, Md., Evelyn Davis of Slippery Rock, Pa. & Dorothy DiPalermo of Forestville, Md. 5 grandchildren & 13 great grandchildren. (NVD 16 Dec 1972)

FORSYTHE GWEN age 64 yrs. of Charles Town, WV. died Friday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial lin Green Hill Cemetery in Berryville. Born 23 Dec 1908 in Hanging Rock, Hampshire Co., WV. d/o the late Harvey & Molly Martin Baker. w/o Richard D. Forsythe. Sons, Richard Forsythe of Lafayette, IN., Rodney Forsythe of Berryville & Roger Forsythe of London, England. 10 grandchildren. Sisters, Zell Baker of Washington & Mrs. Walter (June) Barr of Berryville. Brother, Hugh M. Baker of Berryville. (NVD 15 Jan 1973)

FOSTER, MARY VIRGINIA LANTZ died Sunday at her home, Strasburg, Va. She was 57. Burial in Riverview Cemetery. 2nd husband, Arthur Milton Foster. Sons, Delno C. Lantz Jr. of Gaithersburg, Md. & Leonard A. Lantz of Strasburg. Daughters, Martha V. Smith & Lillie M. Ritenour both of Strasburg & Janet Lee Brooks of Hopewell. Sisters, Abbie Golliday & Christina Golliday both of Gaithersburg, Md. & Martha Golliday of Stephens City. 17 grandchildren. 1st husband, Delno C. Lantz Sr. died in 1961. Born 03 Jul 1915 at Strasburg d/o Russell C. Orndorff & the former Nellie Scott. (NVD 19 Dec 1972)

FOX, JAMES GARFIELD age 60 yrs. of Front Royal died Sunday in the Veterans Administration Center at Martinsburg, WV. Interment in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born in Warren Co. 23 Aug 1912 s/o the late James G. Fox & Maude Fox. He served during WWII in the U. S. Army. Daughter, Shirley J. Steed of Front Royal. 2 grandchildren. (NVD 08 Nov 1972)

FRANKLIN, TINA MAE died Friday. Burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born 01 Jan 1971 in Front Royal d/o Lyle E. & Doris Mae Franklin. Brother, Lyle E. Franklin Jr. Sisters, Teresa & Sherry Franklin. Grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Lyle H. Franklin of Front Royal, Mr. & Mrs. Bedford Funk of Front Royal. (NVD 20 Nov 1972)

FRAVEL, F. M. - The many friends in this place of F. M. Fravel were greatly shocked last Saturday morning by the news that he was dead. His end was the more painful to them because of the suddenness with which it came. He had been in this place on Friday, apparently in his usual health, except that he was heard to say that he had slight neuralgic pains on his breast. He returned to his home, at Lantz Mills, in the evening doubtless without an idea that he was then taking his last walk over the creek road that for years & years he had so frequently traversed. After eating his supper he went to the band room & for a while enjoyed the music of which he was very fond. He then went to the mill for a short while & from there home. He remained in the sitting room with the family for a short time & without saying he was sick in any way, went upstairs to his bed room & to bed. No sound was heard to issue from the room nor was the family disturbed during the night. When his sister, Mrs. Aletha Fravel, went into the sitting room Saturday morning she was horrified to find him sitting in his chair dead. He had gotten up some time during the night, dressed & gone downstairs - why or when no one knows. Funeral services were held at his late residence Monday morning by Rev. T. G. Nevitt of the Methodist church of which the deceased had been a member for 54 years. The interment was in the graveyard at Union Forge. Jos. F. Ryman of St. Luke was the undertaker. In the death of Mr. Fravel the Sentinel loses one of it warmest friends & most ardent supporters & we will miss him in many ways. His regular letters over the nom de plume of Rex were read by many of our subscribers with pleasure & interest. He was born in Woodstock on May 16, 1836 & was nearly 70 years of age. He was a school teacher by profession & 50 years of his life was spent in teaching. 22 of these years were in the school rooms of West Virginia & the remaining 28 in old Virginia. He was twice married. His 1st wife was Mollie Sprinkle of Harrisonburg & his 2nd wife was Leah C. Hockman of Slanesville, WV. To this last union 5 children were born, four of whom, Lena McCauley of Paw Paw, WV.., Misses Ada & Blanche of Lantz Mills & Chas. N. Fravel who lives in the West, survive him. His last wife died in January 1892. During the Civil War, he saw service in Co. C. 7th Va. Cavalry. (Date of death - 07 Apr 1906)

FRAVEL, GEORGE R. - One of the saddest & most tragic deaths which has ever occurred here was that of Mr. George R. Fravel on Sunday afternoon (22 May 1904). He was thrown from his carriage in a runaway & sustaining injuries from which death resulted within twenty minutes. Mr. Fravel had been breaking a double team of colts and had hitched them to a surrey for a drive and as they were coming out the alley, leading from the stable to the street they started to run. Although Mr. Fravel was a strong man he was not able to check the seemingly maddened animals. They turned into the street running east and west by the Reformed Church and ran toward the railway tracks. Mr. Fravel was getting into the surrey when the horses started to walk off. He was gathering up the lines but did not have them taut as they came out on the street. There is a slight fall from the pavement and the surrey must have run on them causing them to start in a short lope. Mr. Fravel succeeded in turning them up the street though he could not stop them. He called to several parties to run out and try to stop them, but this did no good. After crossing Muhlenburg street one side of the carriage struck a locust post lying with one end of the fence. This came near upsetting the carriage and throwing Mr. Fravel out. He lost the lines and his hat. As soon as he could regain himself he was leaning forward to gather the lines. It was in this position he was half standing when the wheel struck the wagon at Mr. J. S. Hoshour’s stable. When the carriage struck the post if seemed to add to the animals fright and taking advantage of the loosened reins they started on a dead run coming against the wagon with a terrible force. Mr. Fravel was thrown out on his head, but whether his head first struck the ground or the wagon is not known. The pole was broken to pieces, freeing the horses. The accident was witnessed by several residents who hastened to him. It was not difficult to tell that he was fatally hurt and that death was near. He was tenderly carried to the home of his brother, Mr. Charles Fravel. Drs. Smoot and Ford were soon there but Mr. Fravel was beyond human aid and in twenty minutes he had passed to his final rest, never regaining consciousness. Death was due to concussion of the brain. There were several slight scars on his head. Mr. Fravel had been conducting a furniture store and undertaking establishment for a number of years. The firm was formerly Fravel & Feller, but Mr. Fravel purchased his partner’s interest some years ago and has conducted the business himself. He was a thorough business man and enjoy the confidence of the public through his integrity. Thus he had built up a large trade. It is said that Mr. Fravel officiated at more than 2,300 funerals and this does not include the burial of bodies brought from a distance. His last was that of the late William Sheetz the day before the accident. He was associated with Mr. Rutz of Harrisville, in the undertaking business. As a citizen he enjoyed the confidence of the people and was given several of the town offices though unsought. His last office was that of superintendent of the water works. He was kind and generous to all and he will be missed. He was twice married, his first wife being a Miss Orndorff. Of this union there was one daughter, Mrs. Robert Myers of Allegheny, Pa. His second wife was Miss Maggie Feller who with two sons, Frank Fravel of Mount Jackson and Will Fravel of Pittsburg, Pa. survives him. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. DeNott of Bristol, Tenn. and Mrs. Fox of Little Washington and one brother, C. F. Fravel of this place. He was 55 years and 13 days of age. He was a charter member of King Arthur Lodge Knights of Pythias and was one of its mot active members. The Lodge committed the body to its final resting place with its burial ritual by the prelate, the Rev. T. C. Jones. The funeral service was conducted on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the Reformed church by his pastor, The Rev. N. H. Skyles, assisted by the Rev. J. E. Shenk of the Lutheran Church & Dr. P. D. Stephenson, D. D. of the Presbyterian Church.

FRAVEL, STELLA (MISS) aged about 19 years, daughter of Jos. Fravel, a popular young lady of this place died at her father’s home early this Wednesday morning (09 May 1900) after an illness extending over six or seven months with consumption.

FRAZIER, FLOYD, 61, of Chester Gap was dead on arrival at Fairfax Hospital on Saturday. Interment in Willis Chapel Cemetery. Born 04 Jan 1911 in Sperryville s/o Benjamin F. Frazier of Chester Gap & the late Josie Atkins Frazier. Veteran of WWII. Brothers, Paul Frazier of Limeton & William Frazier of Chester Gap. Sisters, Maude Duncan of Toledo, Ohio & Beulah Pullen of Silver Spring, Md. (NVD 29 Nov 1972)

FREDERICK, CHARLES JACOB of Washington, DC. was dead on arrival at Warren Memorial Hospital in Front Royal Friday. He was 63. Interment in the Rose Hill Cemetery at Blockton, Iowa. Wife, Jean Mapel Frederick of Washington, DC. Born at Blockton, Iowa 13 Dec 1909 s/o Grant Frederick & Florence Lewis Frederick. (NVD 18 Dec 1972)

FREEMAN, KATIE - In fond & loving remembrance of Katie Freeman, daughter of Catherine & the late Thomas Grady, who departed life 13 Feb 1896. Loved in life. Remembered in death. Mother.

FRYE, CLARA BELLE of Strasburg died yesterday morning in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital at Woodstock. She was 92. Burial in Riverview Cemetery at Strasburg. Mrs. Rosalie Cash & Ward Keller both of Strasburg, a niece & nephew are Mrs. Frye’s survivors. Born 11 May 1880 in the Clary section of Shenandoah County d/o Joseph R. Keller & Annie Hinkins Keller. Her husband, Luther Frye predeceased her in 1911. (NVD 10 Nov 1972)

FRYE, CLAUDE WILLIAM of Mt. Jackson died Monday in the Rockingham Memorial Hospital. He was 75. Burial in Solomon’s Church Cemetery. Wife, Lucy V. Beedle Frye. Daughter, Mrs. Doston Miller of Alexandria. Son, William H. Frye of Manassas. Sisters, Nellie Shutters & Nettie Homer both of Washington, DC. Brother, Charles T. Frye of El Paso, Texas. 6 grandchildren. Born 14 Jun 1897 at Mt. Jackson s/o William & Matilda Bowers Frye. (NVD 02 Jan 1973)

FULLER, CLIFFORD LEROY of Homosassa, FL. former Woodstock police Chief & Virginia State Trooper died Tuesday morning at Inverness, Fl. He was 70. Burial in the Toms Brook Cemetery. Wife, Laura Mae Artz Fuller. Sons, Clifford L. Fuller Jr. of Orlando, Fl. & Robert F. Fuller of Maurertown. Brother, Arlan Fuller of Melrose, Ma. 9 grandchildren. Born 10 Jul 1902 at Orange, Ma. s/o Leroy Fuller & Clare Fuller. (NVD 09 Nov 1972)

FULTZ, GEORGE, a wealthy farmer died at 4:30 o’clock yesterday afternoon (20 Jan 1920) at his home 5 miles northwest of Mt. Jackson. He had been ill for 2 weeks of the infirmities incident to old age. He was a lifelong resident of Shenandoah County & was one of its most substantial citizens. He was 86 yrs. old on 06 Mar 1919. He was a member of the Lutheran Church & took an active interest in religious as well as all other good causes. He never married. Surviving is one sister, Miss Caroline Fultz of the same community. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Paul L. Royer. Interment in the family cemetery.

FUNK, STELLA RUTH died on Saturday morning last, 20 Nov 1904, at her mother’s home after a protracted illness of several months. She endured hardness as a good soldier of the cross and after days and nights of patient suffering she fell asleep peacefully. Miss Ruth was born to Mr. Obed S. & Mrs. S. Regina Funk 22 Sep 1873 in their home up the river, about 3 miles southwest of town. Here she spent most of her days except the time when attending school at Kee Mar College in Hagerstown, Md. and when teaching in the family of Mr. Isaiah Funkhouser near Lebanon Church. She was a lover of music and became quite proficient as a performer on the piano. On 08 Oct 1893 she joined the Presbyterian church of Strasburg. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. A. G. Link in the Presbyterian church, 28 Nov at 11 o’clock and we laid her to rest in Riverview cemetery.

FUNK, VIRGINIA KATHERINE age 86 yrs. of Baker, WV. died Monday in the Davis Memorial Hospital, Elkins, WV. Burial in the Baker Cemetery. Born 24 Sep 1886 at Baker d/o the late Eli & Caroline Bott Funkhouser. Her husband predeceased her in 1937. Brothers, George Funkhouser of Dayton, Ohio & Roy Funkhouser of Baker. Sisters, Della Hawse of Baker & Daisy Purnhagen of Dayton, Ohio. (NVD 09 Nov 1972)

FUNKHOUSER, LONA AMANDA of Inwood, WV. died Thursday morning in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. She was 73. Interment in the Pleasant View Memory Gardens in Martinsburg. w/o Hobart T. Funkhouser of Inwood, WV. Daughter, Mrs. Graham Moffitt of Newark, DE. Son, Hobart T. Funkhouser Jr. of York, Pa. 2 grandchildren. Born in Hardy Co., WV. 01 Jul 1899 d/o James & Mary H. Ryan. (NVD 21 Oct 1972)

GABLER, CHARLOTTE LOUISA - In fond & loving remembrance of our darling daughter, Charlotte Louisa who died 13 Feb 1898, aged 6 years. Mamma, Papa & Gertrude.

GARBER, LESTER - Little Lester Garber, 10 year old s/o Mr. & Mrs. George Garber of Edinburg drowned yesterday evening (28 Sep 1919) when the boat he was rowing on Stony Creek, just above the dam toppled & threw him into 15 feet of water. Despite the entreaties of his playmates he ventured forth in a boat that had been condemned. His screams brought several persons to the scene, but all efforts to rescue him were futile. Barney Miller swam to the scene but was unable to get hold of the struggling boy. Later Harrison Fadeley Jr. in passing stopped & jumping into the boat rowed to the spot where Young Garber had sunk & after much effort pulled the lifeless body into the boat with a rate & landed it on the bank nearly 30 minutes after the tragedy had occurred. Both the boy’s parents were away from home when the tragedy occurred. Mr. Garber had gone to his farm near Narrow Passage Creek. His neighbor, Ernest Coffman brought him home in a car while Marke Burke transferred the dripping form to the home. The unfortunate lad was said to have been one of Edinburg’s brightest youths & a leader in his classes at school. His father has charge of the King Kola Bottling Works. He is survived by his parents & 4 brothers & one sister.

GARRETT, GILBERT age 67 yrs. of near Wardensville, WV. died Thursday morning at his home. Interment in the Heishman Cemetery near Wardensville. Born 05 Jan 1905 near Wardensville s/o the late Ernest & Nellie Heishman Garrett. Wife, Opal Garrett. Sons, Harold Garrett of Springfield, Gilbert Garrett Jr. of Harrisville, WV. & Charles Garrett of Baltimore, Md. Daughter, Joyce Snapp of Baltimore, Md. 13 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. Brothers, Paul & Raymond Garrett both of Wardensville. Sisters, Beulah Garrett & Pearl Wilson both of Wardensville. (NVD 21 Oct 1972)

GEANIOUS, VILLA L. age 81 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday in a Winchester nursing home. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 07 Sep 1891 in Buckhannon, WV. d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Lemons Peter. Married to the late Peter Geanious. Children, Fred Geanious, Susan Williams, Mrs. R. A. Easter & Mrs. Jean Armel all of Winchester, George Geanious of Delaware, James Geanious of King, NC. & Robert Geanious of Richmond. 17 grandchildren & 9 great grandchildren. (NVD 15 Dec 1972)

GEARY, VIRGINIA aged 65 w/o the late Michael Geary died at her home in Woodstock on last Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. from a complications of diseases brought on by kidney trouble. Funeral services were held from the home by Rev. Father McBerry of Winchester Friday afternoon. Burial followed in Massanutten Cemetery. Survived by 8 children, 6 sons & 2 daughters: E. C. Geary & James Geary of Woodstock, George R. Geary of Mount Jackson, Michael & William Geary of Harrisonburg, Leo Geary of Washington & Mrs. J. A. Burgess of Charlottesville & Mrs. J. W. Hepner of Washington. Deceased is a daughter of Curtis & Elizabeth Nebb. Her father & mother had charge of the old Hotel in Woodstock which in the early days stood on the same site as the old Geary house afterwards. Mr. Nebb was also a candy maker in Woodstock. Michael Geary, the deceased’s husband, was born in old Ireland & at the time of his marriage was making his home in Strasburg, being in the employ of the Southern Railroad Company as an engineer. Soon after the marriage Mr. & Mrs. Geary moved to Woodstock where they operated for a number of years the Old Geary Hotel, a popular valley house, well known from Berryville to Lexington & throughout the valley territory. After her husband’s death, Mrs. Geary maintained the hotel business for a number of years until age prevented further activities. Of late, she has been keeping house in Woodstock. James Gear, a son, has been making his home with his mother. (Date of death - in 1919)

GEORGE, JOHN FRANKLIN age 22 yrs. of near Albin in Frederick Co. died Thursday in the VA hospital in Salem, Va. Interment will be in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born in Winchester 22 Oct 1950 s/o Pauline George Golliday & the late Evers George. Sisters, Catherine McTiernan of Stephenson, Doris Gray & Helen McJunkin both of Winchester & Donna Frye of Woodbridge. Stepfather, Stover C. Golliday. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 28 Oct 1972)

GINN, EDITH MAY of Middletown died Tuesday in the Shawnee Springs Nursing Home at Winchester. She was 93. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery at Winchester. Born 22 Sep 1879 in Clarke Co. d/o George W. Ginn & Anna Berlin Ginn. (NVD 06 Dec 1972)

GOCHENOUR, CHARLES H. - It pleased the good Lord to call Mr. Charles H. Gochenour to his eternal rest by a sudden death. This our young brother was born on the 28th day of Jul 1874. He died 20 Jul 1903. He reached the age of 24.11.22. On the 8th of June 1898, he was married to Miss Maud Wilkin. The young brother left a wife & a child four years old to sustain the lost of a loving husband & devoted father. His father, mother, sister & 2 brothers mourn the death of their son & generous brother. The family & relatives extend their sincere thanks to his kind neighbors for their many generous acts of kindness in this their grief.

GOCHENOUR, DAVID T. (DR.) prominent citizen & beloved physician of Stuarts Draft died at his home in that place 04 Jul 1930 after an illness of pneumonia following flu. Born near St. Luke, west of Woodstock s/o the late Joseph S. Gochenour. Surviving are his widow, 2 children, 1 stepson of Stuarts Draft, Va., 1 brother, W. J. Gochenour & 1 sister, Mrs. George Hoover of near Woodstock. Funeral services from Mt. Vernon Church of the Brethren the Rev. Mr. Bowman officiating.

GOCHENOUR, JOSEPH - died 26th Sep 1922 in the Winchester Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. & was laid to rest in the home cemetery near Woodstock, Va 28th Sep 1922 surrounded by all of his family: Mr. & Mrs. Geo. J. Hoover, Dr. & Mrs. David T. Gochenour & Mr. & Mrs. William J. Gochenour & by his 6 grandchildren, Muriel Gochenour of Pleasant Valley, Ohio, Zella Wakeman of Lantz Mill, Emmert & Lois Hoover, Landon & Herman Gochenour of Woodstock, Va. & his only great grandchild, little Ruth Hoover of Wakeman. Father Gochenour was in his 76th year - the last of his family to go. He died of pneumonia following a surgical operation which was performed September the 2nd for acute appendicitis. 2nd notice - a prosperous farmer of near St. Luke died Tuesday afternoon (26 Sep 1922) in the Winchester Memorial Hospital where he had submitted to a surgical operation for a severe attack of appendicitis. He was thought to be recovering when pneumonia developed & caused his death. His age was 78 years. s/o the late Jonas Gochenour was born & spent his entire life in Shenandoah Co. Daughter, Mrs. George Hoover. Sons, William Gochenour who resided at the home place & Dr. David Gochenour of Stuarts Draft. His wife who was Miss Mary Baker of near Maurertown died some years ago & one son, Charles Gochenour also preceded him in death having been accidentally killed while engaged in raising a barn. He was a brother of the late Jacob & David Gochenour. Interment was made in the family cemetery.

GOCHENOUR, SUSANNAH CATHARINE (MRS.) Born 02 Oct 1829 & passed peacefully to her rest Sunday morning, 12 Mar 1899 aged 69 years, 5 months & 10 days. She was a devoted & consistent member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Tennessee Synod. She was the mother of eight children, six of whom together with her husband survive her. (Jadwyn, Va. 19 Mar 1899)

GOCHENOUR, WILLIAM J. of Joseph was instantly killed Monday afternoon (23 Jan 1939) while shredding fodder on his farm near St. Luke, 4 miles west of Woodstock. It is thought that a piece of the shredder broke causing the machine to fly apart with such force that one piece struck him in the face causing instant death, another piece tore a hole in the roof of the barn, another piece was thrown through the barn door into a field 30 years away. One piece of the machinery just missed striking Mr. Gochenour’s son, Landon Gochenour, who was assisting his father at the time of the accident. Dr. Harold W. Miller, Shenandoah Co. Coroner was called & rendered a verdict of accidental death. Mr. Gochenour was a s/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gochenour & was born in the Gochenour homestead where several generations of his ancestors had lived. He was a prominent & successful farmer & also operated a general store near his residence. Surviving besides his wife, who was the former Miss Arbelia Keller are 2 sons, Landon Gochenour who with his family reside with his parents at the home place & Herman Gochenour at home, who at the time of the accident was in high school in Woodstock. Sister, Mrs. George Hoover of near St. Luke, Va. One brother, Charles Gochenour, it will be remembered lost his life in a neighborhood barn raising when the frame work of the structure slipped & he was crushed beneath it. Another brother who has passed was Dr. David Gochenour, a prominent physician of Stuart Draft, Va. who died from pneumonia in the midst of useful life. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock, Va.

GODLOVE, CLARENCE LOCKHART died at his home in Wardensville, WV. yesterday. He was 85. Burial in the Wardensville Cemetery. Daughters, Minnie Pittman of Waynesboro, Va., Mary Lee Godlove, Louise Baker & Ruth Pownoll all of Wardensville & Bernerdean Kline of Baker, WV. Sons, Ray Godlove of Wardensville & Wayne Godlove of Winchester. 21 grandchildren & 17 great grandchildren. He was the last member of his immediate family. Husband of Mary Josephine Godlove who died in Sep 1965. Born in Wardensville 06 Jul 1887 s/o Joseph & Catherine Orndorff Godlove. Grandson were pallbearers. (NVD 14 Nov 1972)

GODLOVE, RENA ELLEN age 74 yrs. of Petersburg, WV. formerly of Wardensville, WV. died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Catherine Teets of Petersburg, where she had been residing. Burial in Wardensville Cemetery at Wardensville. Born 14 Apr 1898 at Lisbon, Ohio d/o the late John & Margaret Orndorff Malone. Husband, Cleal Godlove died in 1957. Son, Garland Godlove of Falls Church. Sisters, Bertha Malone & Alice Hiett both of Winchester. Brother, John Malone of Strasburg. 6 grandchildren & 3 great grandsons. (NVD 26 Jan 1973)

GOLLADAY, GEORGE R. well known livestock dealer & prominent citizen died at his home on South Main Street, Woodstock Christmas Day (25 Dec 1940) following a heart attack last Sunday. s/o the late David Golladay & Mrs. Mary Sheetz Golladay & was born in the Powell’s Fort Valley, 09 Mar 1872, he had passed his 68th birthday last March. 1st married to Miss Theresa Brill who died in 1898. 2nd married Miss Clara Kibler who survives. Sister, Mrs. O. L. Sheetz of Woodstock, 4 grandchildren & one great grandchild, an adopted daughter, Mrs. Samuel T. Mauck of Covington & a foster grandchild. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers, J. Grove Kneisley, Frank S. Bowman, Joseph Hoover, William Dalke, George Clower, Guy Emswiller, Glenn Didawick, Howard Grabill, William Boyer, N. H. Corman, Clarence Golladay, G. G. Dickenson, Myron Bowman & Dr. J. H. Smoot. Active pallbearers, Hugh M. Supinger, Ernest Golladay, Samuel Hepner, Joseph Walker, Milton H. Bowman, P. F. Peer, George Santmiers & Warren B. French.

GOLLADAY, MARY SUSAN SHEETZ - We regret to notice the death of Mrs. David Golladay of near St. David’s Church which occurred on Saturday night about 9 o’clock (13 Apr 1895). Mrs. Golladay was a good woman and her family have the earnest sympathy of this entire community in their and bereavement. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Hausenfluck.
2nd notice: aged 58 years and 24 days. She leaves aan aged and feeble husband and 3 children, one granddaughter & a large number of relatives & friends to lament her departure. She was a faithful, active & zealous member of St. David’s Evangelical Lutheran congregation for a goodly number of years. On the 15th inst. her mortal remains were deposited in the family burying ground in the presence of a large assembly of weeping relatives & friends.

GOLLIDAY, THOMAS died at his home on South Main Street Christmas morning (25 Dec 1913) at 4 o’clock. He had been in business in Washington, DC. until about six months ago, when his health failed & he came to Woodstock, where he was born, to recuperate. Mr. Golliday was the son of the late Samuel Golliday, who dropped dead in the streets of Woodstock a year ago. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers & of a Masonic Lodge in Washington. He was formerly an engineer on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad & was 40 years old. Surviving him are his wife, who was Miss Olive Carrier of Shenandoah county & 5 small children, his mother, Mrs. Samuel Golliday & 3 brothers, William, Ernest & Curtis Golliday, all of near Woodstock. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon from the house with interment in Massanutten Cemetery.

GOOD, NOAH - On Saturday evening, 03 Jun 1922, the quiet little village of Conicville was thrown into excitement when it was circulated that Noah Good who lived a short distance south of the village was dead. It developed that Mrs. Good had been away & when she came home she expected that Mr. Good was about the premises & called for him a number of times but getting no response she made inquiry from the neighbors. Getting no traces of Mr. Good & supposing that he had walked away somewhere she proceeded to do the evening chores. She fed a couple pigs, then went to see if Mr. Good had fed the larger hogs in the main pen & she found the food prepared but not put in for the hogs. She put the food in the pen & looking in the pen discovered the body of her husband lying on the floor. She gave the alarm & quickly a number of people gathered. Upon investigation, they found Mr. Good lifeless with his neck broken, the hogs to some degree mutilating the face about one ear. There was found in the pen a little scoop similar to those used in stores for scooping sugar, rice, etc. & a short board that indicated that he had in all probability climbed up on the slop chute & leaned over the high partition between the hog department & the feed department of the hog house & in leaning over had in some way become overbalanced & falling in on the cement floor on his head broken his neck. No one knows how it occurred, but this seems the most plausible theory. It seems that he tried to prevent the fall by grabbing at some boards & caught a short loose one instead of a secure one, which might have saved him. He was a member of the U. B. Church & the funeral was preached by the Rev. S. L. Baugher, his pastor in the Reformed church in Conicville & burial was made in the cemetery adjoining the church. Mr. Good was about 61 years old & leaves his companion, one son, John Good of Moore’s Store & one daughter, Maude, who married a Mr. Good & lives at Georgetown, Del. Both of the children were promptly notified of their father’s untimely death & both have come, the latter arriving home Monday morning.

GOODE, JEAN MOSS of Alexandria formerly of Delaplane died Tuesday at the Alexandria Hospital. Burial in the Leeds Church Cemetery. Born in Virginia d/o the late Frederick & Kitty Whitehead Moss. Preceded in death by her husband, Richard A. Goode. Daughter, Jean G. Shoemaker of Delaplane. Sons, Richard U. Goode of Berryville & John Goode of Richmond. 8 grandchildren. One sister, Margaret Stephenson of Alexandria. Brother, Lucien Moss of Markham. (NVD 16 Nov 1972)

GOTTLOB, EDWARD A. age 80 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born 17 Oct 1892 in Alton, IL. s/o the late William & Mary Matherway Gottlob. Niece, Julia A. Burns of Winchester. 2 nephews in Illinois. (NVD) 03 Feb 1973)

GRAHAM, RUTH CLEVELAND of Strasburg died at her home Saturday. She was 79. Burial in Toms Brook Cemetery. Sister, Mary I. Stalcup of Arlington. Born 23 Mar 1893 at Toms Brook d/o Harvey W. Scott & Christina A. Crabill Scott. Husband, Philip Graham is dead. (NVD 29 Jan 1973)

GRANDSTAFF, EDGAR EUGENE of Strasburg died yesterday morning at 8:30 o’clock in the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital at Woodstock. He was 38. s/o Luther P. Grandstaff & Mrs. Maudie Lindamood Grandstaff of Strasburg. Daughters, Karen I. Grandstaff & Sharon D. Grandstaff both of Woodstock. Son, Mantel Grandstaff of Woodstock. Sisters, Anna Mae McDonald of Strasburg, Lena Smith of Front Royal, Cora Alice Hicks of Winchester, Peggy D. Wilkins of New Market & Margaret Rinker of Toms Brook. Brothers, Richard Grandstaff of Edinburg, Lewis L. Grandstaff & Garland Grandstaff both of Strasburg & Roy T. Grandstaff of Woodstock. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 06 Nov 1972 & Shenandoah Herald 08 Nov 1972)

GRANT, LORRAINE EVANS age 49 yrs. of Staunton died Thursday afternoon in King’s Daughters Hospital in Staunton. Interment in Thornrose Cemetery, Staunton. Born in Harrisonburg, 26 Jun 1923 d/o Warren A. & Hazel Foltz Evans of Harrisonburg. w/o Troy W. Grant. Sons, Kenneth W. Grant of Strasburg & Larry W. Grant at home. One granddaughter. Brothers, Donald S. Evans of Hinton, Frederick N. Evans of Bridgewater, Warren A. Evans Jr. of Harrisonburg & Thomas K. Evans of Woodbridge. (NVD 18 Nov 1972)

GRAPES, CECIL W. age 65 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born 12 Oct 1907 in Pleasant Dale, WV. s/o the late William & Sarah Wolford Grapes. Wife, the former Alice Davis whom he married 30 Jun 1934. Sisters, Mrs. Chester Saville of Augusta, WV., Mrs. Millard Owens of Cumberland, Md. & Mrs. Taylor VanMeter of Old Town, Md. Preceded in death by 2 brothers & 2 sisters, Roy M. Grapes, Virgil Grapes, Daisy Piles & Hetzel Hiett. (NVD 18 Jan 1973)

GREEN, LESTER MOORE, 84, of Mt. Jackson died Thursday at Grovemont Nursing & Convalescent Home in Winterhaven, FL. Interment in Grace Church Cemetery. Born 05 Nov 1888 in Mt. Jackson s/o the late John Henry & Sallie Moore Green. Brother, Harry C. Green of Winterhaven, FL. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 06 Jan 1973)

GREEN, META HATCHER age 90 yrs. of Alexandria died Thursday at Hillcrest Nursing Home, Winchester. Burial in Sharon Cemetery, Middleburg. Born in Jun 1882 in Virginia d/o the late Daniel Cox & Meta Chunn Hatcher. Niece, Maysie H. Warren & nephew, James M. Hatcher Jr. both of Delaplane. (NVD 27 Jan 1973)

GREEN, ROBERTA RIXEY of Front Royal died Wednesday in Shawnee Springs Nursing Home in Winchester. She was born 10 May 1899. Daughters, Maude Roberta Green, Jean Robinson & Mrs. Leslie Nickens all of Front Royal. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 29 Dec 1972)

GRIENEISEN, MARGUERITE age 79 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday at her residence. Burial in Lorraine Mausoleum at Baltimore. Born in Baltimore, Md. 31 Oct 1893 d/o the late Eligah & Mary Marshall Murray. w/o Harry Grieneisen. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 15 Nov 1972)

GRIM, CHARLES H. SR. age 82 of Winchester died Sunday in Shawnee Springs Nursing Home. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 29 Jan 1890 in Winchester s/o the late William H. & Sarah Curl Grim. Wife, the former Mrs. Reecy Clark Taylor. 3 children by his 1st marriage to the late Ola Boyd Grim, Miss Charlena Grim, Mrs. Richard (Dora) G. Rosenberger & Charles H. Grim Jr. all of Winchester. 4 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren. Brother, William H. Grim of Culpeper. Sister, Margaret Grandstaff of Winchester. Stepson, Bruce Taylor of Winchester. Stepdaughters, Mrs. James (Mary) Dodson & Mrs. George (Ruth) Kelchner all of Winchester, Mrs. Harvey (Retta) Richards of Gore & Mrs. Clifford (Mildred) Largent of Hedgesville, WV. (NVD 09 Jan 1973)

GRIM, LOTTIE SMITH age 78 yrs. died yesterday in a Winchester Nursing Home. Born 17 Aug 1894 in Winchester d/o the late Isaac W. Smith & Mary Elizabeth Grim. w/o the late Clifton H. Grim. Children, Rosema Patton, Walter B. Grim, Burnwood C. Grim & Hunter B. Grim all of Winchester & Elmodyne Childs  of Summit Point, WV. Sisters, Evelyn Jackson of Martinsburg & Emma Cooper & Helen Keller both of Winchester. Brother, Lewis W. Smith of Stephenson. 5 grandchildren & 7 great grandchildren. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. (NVD 14 Oct 1972)

GRIM, ROY ALVIN age 62 yrs. of Harrisonburg formerly of Front Royal died 22 Nov 1972 in Rockingham Memorial Hospital. Burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born 14 Sep 1910 in Frederick Co. s/o the late Albert H. & Maude Brown Grim. Wife, Mary Kitchen Grim of Harrisonburg. Daughter, Frances Grim Parker also of Harrisonburg. Stepmother, Nell Grim of Nineveh. Sister, Mrs. Roger Pyne of Toms Brook. Half brother, Liston Grim of Nineveh. Half sister, Mrs. Arbutus White of Stephens City. (NVD 24 Nov 1972)

GRIM, ROYAL IRVEN ‘Roy’ age 75 yrs. formerly of Stephens City died yesterday in Shawnee Springs Nursing Home. Burial in Refuge Cemetery near Stephens City. Born 07 Aug 1897 in Warren Co. s/o the late Lemuel & Semantha May Ebersole Grim. Brothers, Earl C. Grim, Floyd, Grim, Harry Grim & Harley Grim all of Winchester & Howard Grim of Front Royal. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 09 Nov 1972)

GROVE, EDWARD ORA age 86 yrs. of Martinsburg, WV. died yesterday at the Norborne Nursing Home, Martinsburg. Burial in Rose Dale Cemetery, Martinsburg. Born in Morgan County, WV. 10 Jun 1886 s/o the late Charles Leslie & Tennie Sherrard Grove. Widow, Odessa Bohrer Grove whom he married 06 Oct 1910. Son, Edward Grove of Martinsburg. Daughters, Mrs. James (Ruth) White of Winchester, Mrs. Thomas (Jane) Waters & Mrs. Franklin R. (Dorothy) Jackson both of Martinsburg & Mrs. Albert (Nancy) Hillyard of Rydia, Saudia Arabia. 9 grandchildren & 11 great grandchildren. Brother, Perry Grove of Tennessee. Sisters, Mrs. Ernest Payne & Sue Sperow both of Martinsburg, Mrs. John (Freddie) Johnson of Winchester & Mrs. Jack Mock of Sarasota, FL. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 05 Dec 1972)

GRUBB, CHARLES NEWTON (Rev.) age 64 of Grubb’s Cross Road near Pikeside, WV. died Friday in the Norborne Nursing Home in Martinsburg, WV. Burial in the Vanclevesville Cemetery. Born in Berkeley Co., WV. 13 May 1888. He was the last surviving child of 7 children of the late Benjamin F. & Mary E. Orr Grubb. Wife, Ola C. Cookus Grubb now a patient in the City Hospital, Martinsburg. Sons, Fred L. Grubb of Vanville, WV., Cyrus M. Grubb of Ridgeway, WV. & Charles J. Grubb. Daughters, Mrs. Lester McDonald of Inwood, Mrs. Guy Kaylor of Pikeside, Mrs. Lynn Hedges of Tomahawk, WV., Mrs. Gerald Kauffman of Pikeside, Mrs. James Armbreaster of Hedgesville, WV., Mrs. Paul Neal of Pikeside with whom Mr. & Mrs. Grubb had made their home for the past 3 years. 29 grandchildren, 48 great grandchildren & 3 great-great grandchildren. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 18 Dec 1972)

GRUBB, HOWARD JAMES of Winchester died Tuesday night in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. He was 64. Burial in Riverview Cemetery at Strasburg. Wife, Evelyn Coffman. Brother, John S. Grubb of Alexandria. Sister, Lillian Gnewuck of Strasburg. Born in Strasburg 24 Jan 1908 s/o Chris Grubb & Rose Stover Grubb. Served during WWII with the U. S. Army. (NVD 26 Oct 1972)

GWIN, CHARLES LESTER, 79, died 25 Nov 1972 in Hemet Valley Hospital, Hemet, CA. Born 10 Jul 1893 at Headwaters Highland County, Va. s/o the late James H. & Martha Frances (Ervine) Gwin. Veteran of WWI. Brothers, Ervine F. Gwin of Churchville, A. Warren Gwin of Winchester, Russell T. Gwin of Woodstock & Virgil P. Gwin of Woodstock. A number of nieces & nephews. Entombment in the Inglewood park Cemetery Mausoleum. (NVD 02 Dec 1972)

HABRON, AMOS EDMOND - who departed this life Tuesday morning of last week (16 Sep 1913) was laid to rest by the side of the grave of his mother in the family grave yard Wednesday afternoon in the presence of a large crowd of people from far & near. The funeral was preached just inside the hall door of his beautiful residence by his pastor, the Rev. J. S. Wessinger, assisted by the Rev. W. L. Darr, who ably set forth the sad fact that in his death the sorrowing & sorely bereft family has lost a true, faithful & affectionate companion, the church a devoted & consistent member & one of its most substantial supporters & the community a kind & obliging friend & neighbor. His sorrowing widow, who was Miss Lucy C. Golladay who joined him in the sea of matrimony on Dec. 27, 1899, his aged father, 3 brothers, B. N., M. J. & J. C. Habron & 2 sisters, Mrs. John H. Rinker & Mrs. D. H. Walter survive to mourn his sad death. His father when led to the beautiful casket by Rev. Wessinger & his son, B. N. Habron to take the last sad view of his youngest & dearest son, touchingly repeated the words. “The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, Blessed be the name of the Lord.” Six nephews of the deceased acted as pallbearers, Bert, Luther, Arther & Roy Rinker, James A. Walter & Asa Habron. He was a faithful member of the Lutheran church for 25 years.

HABRON, JAMES the oldest man of the Fort Valley & probably the oldest in the county, died Wednesday night of last week (29 Oct 1913), about 11:45 at the advanced age of 93 years, 5 months & 1 day. He was quite a sufferer from the infirmities of age & a complication of diseases. He united in marriage with Saloma Sibert September 23rd, 1841. Three children, one son & two daughters were born to them. The mother died May 17th, 1846 & on September 9th, 1847, he married Elizabeth Ann Harman. This union was blessed with 11 children, six sons & five daughters. From her he was separated by death on May 11th, 1896. He was born near Dilbeck on the large farm now owned by S. E. Boyer and spent all his life here in this little Valley. He was the youngest son of his father, George Habron & wife, who was Sarah Armstrong before marriage. They were natives of Culpeper county & became settlers here, where they spent the rest of their days. The old sunken graves are on the place now owned by J. C. Habron. They had lived to a great age. Old Mrs. Habron at that time was the first & only member of the Methodist Church in the Fort. James Habron had at one time enlisted as a soldier in the Civil War, but did not serve but a few days having been detailed to work for the Government. As a husband & father he was always kind & affectionate; as a friend & neighbor he was held in high esteem by all who knew him. He was a faithful member of the Lutheran Church for nearly 70 years. The funeral was preached at Mt. Zion Church by his pastor, the Rev. Wessinger, basing his remarks on 2nd Timothy 4: 7,8. Interment was then made in the old Sibert graveyard, where his youngest son, Amos E. Habron, was laid to rest a few weeks ago. He is survived by 3 sons & 2 daughters, 12 grandchildren & 18 great grandchildren. Z. Taylor was undertaker, with W. N. Dinges, Perry Smoot, F. H. Golladay, D. E. Ritenour, S. E. Walter & John Cullers as pallbearers.

HAINES, ALVIN STANLEY age 83 yrs. of Augusta, WV. died Monday in the Veterans Hospital in Martinsburg, WV. Burial in Salem Cemetery at Slanesville. Born 18 Oct 1889 at Slanesville, WV. A veteran of WWI. s/o the late Reazin & Virginia Fultz Haines. Sisters, Mrs. Ina Sowers & Mrs. Hilda Hott both of Augusta. Brothers, Tillman Haines of Frostburg, Md. & Ray Haines of Flint, Mich. (NVD 15 Nov 1972)

HAINES, MARY M. age 70 yrs. of Augusta, WV. died Saturday at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Green Lane Cemetery at Delray. Born 27 Aug 1902 d/o the late Joseph R. & Leah Margaret Fultz Godlove. w/o Jesse Haines. Son, Clarence Haines of Augusta. 2 granddaughters. (NVD 12 Dec 1972)

HAINES, WILLIAM BROOK ‘Bill’ age 56 of Points, WV. died Sunday in the Cumberland Memorial Hospital in Cumberland, MD. Burial in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery. Born 13 Sep 1916 at Points s/o the late Brook & Edith McBride Haines. Sister, Mrs. Verdie Shanholtz of Levels, WV. Brothers, Robert Haines of Points, Samuel Haines of Springfield, WV. & Richard Haines of Greenspring, WV. Several nieces & nephews. (NVD 08 Nov 1972)

HALL, CLAY JOSHUA age 65 yrs. of Winchester died at Winchester Memorial Hospital Friday night. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born 07 May 1907 in Round Hill s/o the late Arthur R. & Maude Fletcher Hall. widow, Mary Bell Hall. Daughter, Joanne H. Newbraugh of Winchester. Son, David Clay Hall of Berryville. 2 grandchildren. Sister, Lillian Hall Hampton of Washington, DC. (NVD 30 Oct 1972)

HALL, FRED LEE of Front Royal died at his home Saturday. He was 58. Interment in Shenandoah Memorial Park near Winchester. Wife, Velma Franklin Hall. Daughter, Peggy Hall Raines of Spartanburg, SC. Sons, Gaines Hall & Harry Hall both of Spartanburg. Stepson, James F. Brown Sr. of Laurel, Md. Sister, Mrs. Roy McGinn of Spartanburg. 10 grandchildren. Born 02 Sep 1914 in Greenville, SC. s/o Lige Hall & Cora Kendall Hall. (NVD 08 Jan 1973)

HAMAKER, J. D. (REV.) Although not unexpected, yet the death of Rev. J. D. Hamaker in Winchester Memorial Hospital on Saturday (10 Oct 1931), came as a distinct shock to the people of Woodstock, for they had hoped that the aged pastor would survive the surgical operation of several weeks prior to his death. Funeral services were held in the Christian Church, Strasburg, on Monday afternoon. He was in his 85th year, having been born 01 Jan 1847 at Snowville, Pulaski county, Va., a s/o the late Dr. & Mrs. Michael Hamaker. Although leaving his native county in early life, he later returned to Snowville where he married Miss Florence Jane Meredith, a sweetheart of his youth who preceded him in death about 8 years ago. At age 16, young Mr. Hamaker left his Pulaski county home & enlisted in the Confederate army, being assigned to the Thirty Sixth Battalion, Virginia Cavalry. He served the Southern cause until the surrender at Appomattox, 09 Apr 1865 after which he returned to his native soil & engaged in farming & shoe manufacturing. In 1872, young Mr. Hamaker entered King’s College, Bristol, Tenn. where he began a study for the ministry. After 3 years of study, he was inducted into the ministry of the Church of the Disciples of Christ & for the next 3 years filled the pulpits of churches in Bristol & nearby regions. In 1887, he entered the Shenandoah Valley as an evangelist. In 1890, he became pastor of Strasburg Church of the Disciples of Christ, where he served faithfully for 35 years.

HAMILTON, DAVID ALLEN - A funeral service for David Allen Hamilton age 17 of Marlboro who dies Sunday in the Winchester memorial Hospital due to injuries received in an auto accident Saturday night will be conducted today at the Jones Funeral Home by the Rev. Waldo Grandstaff & the Rev. Charles Martin. Burial in Mount Hebron Cemetery. (NVD 01 Nov 1972)

HAMMON, HARRY HUDSON aged 64, well known Shenandoah County resident died early Tuesday morning (in 1939) at his home a short distance south of Mt. Jackson following a long illness. He had been in failing health for 16 years & had been confined to his home for the past 3 years. s/o the late Michael & Mary Hudson Hammon & was born 24 Nov 1875 near Hudson Cross Roads where he lived until 2 ½ years ago, when he moved near Mt. Jackson. Married 01 Oct 1901 Vergie Stickley who survives along with one son, Harding Hammon & one daughter, Sheldon Hammon at home. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Mirtie Lonas of Mt. Jackson. Interment was in the cemetery at Hudson Cross Roads.

HANCOCK, GENEVIEVE V. of Hyattsville, Md. formerly of Front Royal died 02 Dec 1972. Interment in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. w/o John S. Hancock. Sisters, Katie Lee Crow & Mary Ann Landram. (NVD 06 Dec 1972)

HANSEN, CLARENCE PAUL of Seven Fountains was pronounced dead on arrival Friday at the Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital at Woodstock. He was 52. Funeral in Neligh, Nebraska. Mother, Freda Smith Hansen of Neligh, NE. Daughter, Mrs. George Bailey of Seven Fountains. Brother, Walter Hansen of Neligh, NE. Sister, Louise Webber of Neligh, NE. A WWII U. S. army veteran. Born 08 Dec 1920 at Neligh, NE. Father, Carsten Hansen predeceased him. (NVD 29 Jan 1973)

HARDESTY, THOMAS FAIRFAX age 66 yrs. of Richmond formerly of Clarke Co. died of an apparent heart attack Thursday at the Fredericksburg Livestock Market. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Winchester. Born 17 Sep 1906 in Clarke Co. s/o the late Charles Triplett & Mary Moore Hardesty. Widow, Pauline Hoffman Hardesty. Daughter, Mrs. Roy D. (Fairfax) Montgomery III. A grandson & granddaughter all of Salisbury, Md. Brothers, Charles Triplett Hardesty Jr. of Middleway, WV., Richard Hardesty of Fredericksburg & Robert Hunter Hardesty of Kearneysville, WV. (NVD 28 Oct 1972)

HARING, JOSEPHINE DARLING of Edinburg died Saturday in the Shenandoah County Memorial. She was 64. Burial in Sunset View Memorial Gardens at Woodstock. w/o Martin G. Haring. Sisters, Isabel Darling & Gladys Shotwell both of Arlington. Born 18 Jul 1908 at Alexandria d/o Sellwood Lee & Sarah Dove Darling. (NVD 02 Jan 1973)

HARMS, JANE K. age 44 yrs. of Winchester died Wednesday evening in the University of Virginia Medical Center. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 21 Dec 1928 in Frederick Co. d/o the late Jack C. & Carrie F. Shanholtz Keeler. Sisters, Mrs. Leon (Jacquelyn) Whitlock of Marlboro, Mrs. John (Betty) Ware of Mt. Jackson & Mrs. James (Kay) Omps of Winchester. Brother, Roland E. Keeler of Winchester. (NVD 22 Dec 1972)

HARPINE, EMMA FRANCES of Mt. Jackson died Wednesday in the Rockingham Memorial Hospital at Harrisonburg. She was 88. Burial in Solomon’s Church Cemetery. Sisters, Grace Fansler of Mt. Jackson, Mrs. Russell Harpine of Quicksburg & Rose Orebaugh of Timberville. A number of nieces & nephews. Born 03 Dec 1883 at Forestville d/o John & Eleanora Neff Branner. w/o William J. Harpine whom she married on 23 Dec 1905 predeceased her 05 Feb 1965. A son, Raymond Harpine also preceded her in death. (NVD 01 Dec 1972)

HARRINGTON, CAROLYN LOUISE age 18 yrs. of Bluemont formerly of Front Royal died Saturday in Warren Memorial Hospital at Front Royal. Interment in Panorama Memorial Gardens at Waterlick. w/o Thomas Richard Harrington. Daughter, Jennifer Lee Harrington. Father, Lewis Jenkins & mother, Helen Louise Athey Jenkins both of Front Royal. Born 06 Mar 1954. (NVD 30 Oct 1972)

HARROLD, MARY MILDRED of Winchester died Saturday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. She was 51. Burial in Riverview Cemetery at Strasburg. w/o Woodrow Wilson Harrold. Sons, Jacob F. of Toms Brook, Charles L. & Richard W. of Woodstock, Patrick A. of Charleston, WV. & Woodrow W. Jr. at home. Daughters, Susan Fay Anderson of Hagerstown, Md. & Sherry A. Locke at home. 12 grandchildren. Born 03 Mar 1921 at Strasburg d/o Ira Jacob Andrews & Mary Ann Samuels Andrews. (NVD 02 Jan 1973)

HART, ESTHER STOLLE age 78 yrs. of Berryville died yesterday at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Born 27 May 1894 in Clarke Co. d/o the late Lewis Stolle & Elizabeth Greenwalt Stolle. Married to the late James Frank Hart. Daughter, Dolly Hart Enders of Berryville. Brother, Herbert Stolle of Washington, DC. Sister, Barbara Howell of Berryville. 6 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. Burial in Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville. (NVD 19 Dec 1972)

HASSLER, CALVIN RAY age 29 yrs. of Harrisonburg died Tuesday in Moorefield, WV. Interment in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Born 13 Jun 1943 in Rockingham Co. s/o Eugene Raymond & Florence May Zirkle Hassler. Wife, the former Ruby Frank. Daughter, Wendy Sue Hassler at home. s/o Eugene Raymond Hassler of New Market. Sisters, Mrs. Waldo Funkhouser, Mrs. Helen Dove both of New Market, Mrs. Eva Whitesell of Dayton & Mrs. Evelyn Washington of Harrisonburg. Brothers, Raymond Hassler Jr. of Mt. Jackson, Floyd Lee Hassler of Timberville & Douglas Zirkle Hassler of Weyers Cave. (NVD 07 Dec 1972)

HAUN, ANNA KATHERINE w/o the late Hammon Haun passed peacefully away on Tuesday afternoon (11 Mar 1941) in the Cora Miller Memorial Hospital after having been in failing health for several years. She had been a patient in the hospital since Sunday. d/o the laet George Hollar & Mrs. Lydia Miller Hollar & was born near Woodstock 13 Sep 1867, 73 years ago last September. A maternal ancestor was Jacob Miller who established the town of Woodstock on his lands which were grants from Lord Fairfax. Coming of colonial ancestry Mrs. Haun had many relatives in this section where she & her forebears had spent their lives. In girlhood she was confirmed in the Lutheran Church at Patmos. Daughters, Mrs. Thomas Wonder of Baltimore, Md. & Mrs. Joseph Myers of Mt. Jackson. Son, Clarence Haun of near Woodstock. A number of grandchildren. She was laid to rest beside her husband in the family lot in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock.

HAUN, G. HARRY - The death of G. Harry Haun one of Shenandoah County’s most prominent citizens on Tuesday morning (20 Sep 1938) at ‘Elmwood’ his home at Woodstock, although not entirely unexpected by his family came as a great shock to his many friends throughout the Valley. Coming of ancestors who had been large land owners in the St. Luke section of Shenandoah county since the early settlement of the Valley, he was a s/o the late Jacob Haun, was born at the Haun homestead 4 miles west of Woodstock in May, 1866. In 1891 he married Vernie Wisman. Brother, Hammon Haun of Woodstock. Children, Virginia McShane w/o Dr. E. J. McShane of the faculty of the University of Virginia, Rev. Charles C. Haun of Cumberland Homestead, Tn. & Dr. R. R. Haun, Dean of Men. Ashland College, Ashland, Ohio. Daughter, Miss Elizabeth Haun died 3 years ago from the effects of injuries received in an automobile accident at Knoxville, TN. 6 grandchildren. Interment in the family lot in Massanutten Cemetery. Pallbearers were M. H. Bowman, Melvin Shrum, George Hockman, Frank Boyer, Samuel Shaver, Homer Copp, Hugh Beidler & Romeo Finks. Honorary Pallbearers were Eugene C. Geary, Frank Funkhouser, Lloyd Hepner, William Shaver, David Rickard & Charles James.

HAUN, NANCY JANE age 35 yrs. of Woodstock died Sunday night at her home. Burial in the Haun family cemetery near Woodstock. Born 24 Aug 1937 at Woodstock d/o the late Earl Richard Haun & Vernie Middleton Haun. Brother, Marvin Richard Haun of Woodstock. (NVD 31 Oct 1972)

HAUSENFLUCK, J. W. - died Tuesday at his residence in Harrisonburg after an illness of 4 weeks of paralysis. Survived by his wife & 4 children, Mrs. W. P. Roudabush of Wilmington, NC., William A. Hausenfluck of Washington, Solon A. Hausenfluck of Richmond & Miss Carrie L. Hausenfluck at home. He was born in Shenandoah Co & married Mary Catherine Lohr of New Market in 1877. (Date of death unknown)

HAUSSERMANN, LOUISA - In sad but loving remembrance of my dear mother, Louisa Haussermann, died 13 Feb 1901. Sadly missed. Daughter, Kate Johnson.

HAWKINS, ANDREW SCOTT infant s/o Larry Steven & Joy Bounds Hawkins of Berryville, died Wednesday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville. Born Monday in Winchester. Maternal grandparents, Col. & Mrs. R. G. Bounds of McLean. (NVD 26 Jan 1973)

HAWKINS, BERTHA FLORENCE age 86 died 22 Dec 1972. Interment in Culpeper Fairview Cemetery. Born 11 Feb 1886 in Rappahannock Co. d/o the late James A. Burke & Sarah Frances Dodson Burke. w/o the late Benjamin Franklin Hawkins of Woodville. Daughters, Mrs. Burnam Corbin of Falls Church & Mary Frances Chadwell of Front Royal. Sons, Raymond F. Hawkins of Culpeper, Milton M. Hawkins of Baltimore, Md. & Otis M. Hawkins of Woodville. Brothers, Weldon Burke & Walter Burke both of Woodville. 16 grandchildren & 20 great grandchildren. (NVD 28 Dec 1972)

HAWREK, BERTHA of New Market died at her home yesterday morning. She was 84. w/o Karl Hawrek. Born 29 Dec 1888 at Plattsburg, NY. d/o Andrew & Mary Miller. (NVD 20 Jan 1973)

HEADLEY, CHARLES F. - In the wake of the shock which came to the people of Shenandoah Co. because of the tragic death of Charles F. Headley on Friday afternoon (09 Feb 1924) there followed a pall of sadness which enveloped the entire County. Few could realize that one who but a few minutes before had conversed with friends on the streets of Woodstock had met his Maker face to face. He was stricken in the very flower of his manhood & no one seemed more remote from the shadow of death. For 8 years he served as Treasurer of Shenandoah Co. The details of his death are meager & to an extent conjectural for only a 6 year old boy saw the fatal plunge of the automobile. The coupe was driven by Mr. Headley to the brink of the race at Stonewall mill & upon his return from an inspection of a fish ladder in the dam across the Shenandoah river at that point, he evidently cranked the car. The machine moved forward & the indications are that he attempted to stop the automobile by throwing his weight against the radiator. The sad sequel shows that his efforts were unavailing & he was pushed over the embankment into nine feet of water followed by the coupe which pinioned him beneath the surface. His body was found in an almost upright position, leaning over the radiator. The car was in high gear & the brakes released. Just what time elapsed from the witnessing of the accident by the Gill child until rescuers reached the fatal spot is problematical, for the boy ran to the house about 100 feet & told his mother, Mrs. Carl Gill of the accident. The latter came to the front of the house, saw the almost submerged car, called to Hubert Artz, a short distance away & he with Canter Sine procured a boat & brought the body to the surface. At least 15 minutes must have elapsed from the time of the fatal plunge until efforts to remove the body took place. Pending the arrival of physicians, the limp form was placed over a barrel & an attempt was made to expel the water from the lungs. Doctors, J. H. Smoot, W. C. Ford & F. Wilson Gearing did all that medial skill could suggest but it was too late to rekindle the spark of life. The body was taken to the undertaking establishment of Frank M. Fravel & prepared for burial, after which it was removed to his home, after which it was removed to his home in Edinburg. Services were conducted in the Edinburg Christian Church by Rev. D. H. Rhodes who had officiated at Mr. Headley’s wedding to Miss Mary Windle. Pallbearers, Mayor H. H. Newman of Edinburg, T. W. Allen, J. C. Hutchinson, R. C. Wightman, F. C. Dinges & W. C. Painter. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock. s/o Mr. & Mrs. William Headley & was born near Maurertown 50 years ago on 02 Apr. Sons, William, 18 & Richard, 11, one brother, Edward Headley of Maurertown & one sister, Mrs. Frank Hockman of near Toms Brook. (NOTE: Although this obit states burial in Massanutten Cem. Woodstock TOMBSTONE IS LOCATED IN CEDARWOOD CEMETERY IN EDINBURG)

HEINE, VIRGINIA S. age 80 yrs. of Winchester died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mount Hebron Cemetery. Born in Winchester 07 Feb 1892 d/o the late Ashby G. & Florence Fugitt Swanson. w/o the late J. Edward Heine. Son, Kenneth Gordon of Winchester. Sister, Hilda Pingley of Winchester. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 14 Nov 1972)

HEISHMAN, JOHN CALVIN - a well known retired farmer died Monday evening 23 Feb 1931 at his home near Conicville, while he was at the barn with his grandson, Hiram Wakeman. Although, Mr. Heishman had been a sufferer of heart disease for some time, his death came as a great shock to his relatives & friends. He was well known throughout Shenandoah Co. & the Trout Run Valley in West Virginia, where he was born & raised to manhood. He was a member of the Lutheran Church & took active part in Church affairs. He was s/o the late Joseph & Mariah Heishman of Perry, WV. His wife, who was before marriage, Miss Lucinda Myers of Hamburg died 6 years ago. Survived by 4 daughters, Bertie Pence of Washington, DC., Virgie Zirkle of Strinestown, Pa., Mrs. Frank Wakeman of Wakeman’s Grove & Mrs. Harry Burner of Calvary. Son, Albert Heishman at home, 2 sisters, Eliza Shadel of Malcom, Iowa & Mrs. James B. Coffman of Edinburg, 2 brothers, Frank Heishman of Wardensville, WV & Edward Heishman of Perry, WV. 21 grandchildren. Funeral services from the Zion Lutheran Church with Rev. James K. Cadwallader officiating, assisted by Rev. W. L. Darr, a former pastor & close friend. Interment in Zion Cemetery. He was a member of the Lantz Mills Lodge, No. 104, I. O. O. F. for the past 34 years. This lodge had charge of the services at the grave.

HEISHMAN, LESTER ROY of Front Royal died yesterday in the Shawnee Springs Nursing Home at Winchester. Interment in the Gravel Springs Cemetery. Daughter, Reba of Charlottesville. Sons, Roland Heishman who is with the U. S. Air Force in Germany & Michael Heishman of Front Royal. Brother, Boyd Heishman of Winchester. Sister, Mrs. Casper Lineweaver of Star Tannery. Stepmother, Lena Heishman of Star Tannery. 3 grandchildren. Born at Star Tannery 24 Sep 1908 s/o Roy S. & Cora Heishman. (NVD 09 Jan 1973)

HELTZEL, JOSEPH PERRY well known retired farmer died at his home at Readus on Wednesday morning (in Sep 1940) at 11 o’clock after a long illness. Had he lived until October 7th, he would have been 82 yrs. of age. s/o George Heltzel & Delilah Bowers Heltzel, he was born & reared in West Virginia & came to the Readus section of Shenandoah County to live in 1917 & has since resided here. His wife, Annie C. Heltzel died 02 Nov 1939. Children, Betty Rudy & Annie Heltzel of Woodstock & Delilah Heltzel at home, John D. Heltzel of Berryville, Va., Perry L. Heltzel of Edinburg, Va., Oley S. Heltzel of Gettysburg, Pa., Harry W. Heltzel of Malcolm, Iowa. Brother, Jonah Heltzel of Star Tannery. Interment in St. Luke Cemetery.

HENDERSON, CATHERINE NELLIE age 60 yrs. of Verona died Tuesday in Kings Daughters Hospital in Staunton. Burial in the White Hill Church Cemetery at Stuarts Draft. Born 09 Apr 1912 in Augusta Co. d/o the late George Crawford & Nellie Fitzgerald Brooks. Widow of Jake Martin Henderson who died 11 Aug 1970. Sons, Winfred M. Henderson & Kenneth R. Henderson both of Staunton. Daughter, Betty M. Hall of Staunton. Sister, Mrs. Robert L. Fainter of Stuarts Draft. 7 grandchildren. A number of nieces & nephews. Her sister, Elizabeth Fretwell died Dec. 25. (NVD 11 Jan 1973)

HENKEL, AMBROSE L. died Monday (27 Oct 1913) at 6:30 o’clock in German Memorial Hospital, Philadelphia. He was taken to Philadelphia last Wednesday in a critical condition. Several years ago Mr. Henkel fell from the roof of a house in New Market & dislocated his hip. His health was impaired by the accident & for the past year he had been suffering from stomach trouble. For 2 weeks before he went to the hospital, he was confined to his bed. The body will be brought to New Market today on the afternoon Southern train, accompanied by Elon O. Henkel, who was with his brother when the end came. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o’clock from Emmanuel Lutheran Church of which he had been a member from his youth. The pastor, Rev. William J. Finck will conduct the services. He was a s/o the late Rev. Socrates Henkel D. D. who was one of the most prominent Lutheran divines in Virginia. He was born in New Market February 8, 1852 & had spent most of his life in that place. His mother was Miss Elenoise Henkel a daughter of Rev. Ambrose Henkel. Surviving him are 2 brothers, Elon O. Henkel & Otto H. Henkel of New Market.

HENKEL, SOCRATES (REV. DR.) who has been in feeble health for the past 5 or 6 years died at his home in New Market, Thursday of last week (28 Jun 1901). Dr. Henkel was prominent diyine in the Tennessee Lutheran Church & was Editor of Our Church Paper, a well known Lutheran publication. He & his sons were also owners & editors of the Shenandoah Valley. Dr. Henkel was 79 years old & leaves a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. He is survived by 3 sons, Messrs. Ambrose L., Elon O. & Otto Henkel who will continue the publication of the papers.

HENRY, ARTHUR LEE age 26 yrs. of Strasburg died yesterday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Interment in Panorama Memorial Gardens, Waterlick. Born 22 May 1946 at Front Royal s/o Bernard & Edna Secrist Henry of Bentonville. Wife, Sharon A. Elliott. Children, Sondra Henry & Anthony Henry both at home. Sisters, Audrey Lester of Arlington, Rita Henry & Deana Henry both of Bentonville. Maternal grandfather, R. V. Secrist of Clifton Forge, Va. (NVD 03 Feb 1973)

HENRY, CHARLIE FRANKLIN age 48 yrs. of Warrenton died on Friday. Burial in Culpeper National Cemetery. Wife, Annie M. Henry. Sons, Randolph of Marshall, Philip of Winchester, Charlie of Manassas & Fabien of Warrenton. Daughter, Rosalie Haun of Middleburg. Mother, Martha A. Henry of Front Royal. Brother, Edward E. Henry of Front Royal. Sisters, Mary Rutherford of Front Royal & Minnie Foster. (NVD 11 Oct 1972)

HENRY, HUBERT ‘KNOTTY’ age 57 yrs. of Woodstock died Thursday morning in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Interment in the Massanutten Cemetery. Born 29 Nov 1914 at Woodstock s/o the late David Ashby & Mary Gordon Henry. Sisters, Belle B. Henry of Woodstock & Mary Virginia Ryman of Woodstock. Brothers, Leo Henry of Winchester, Robert L. Henry of Staunton, John W. Henry of Woodstock & George T. Henry of Toms Brook. (NVD 17 Nov 1972)

HENRY, MAMIE FRANCES of Woodstock died Friday in the Shenandoah Co. Memorial Hospital. She was 76. Burial in Massanutten Cemetery at Woodstock. w/o Ray Henry. Son, Harold Henry of Quicksburg. Sisters, Mrs. Edward Clem of St. Davids Church & Mrs. Clarence Henry of Mt. Jackson. 2 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren. Born 10 Sep 1896 at Hamburg d/o Arthur Lee & Sallie Caroline Stout Painter. (NVD 16 Dec 1972)

HENRY, WILLARD W. age 57 yrs. of Siler Route died Wednesday at his residence. Born in Limeton, Warren Co. 03 Sep 1915 s/o the late Rennie & Hettie Henry. Married to the former Velma J. Long of Luray in Hagerstown, Md. in 1940. Sons, W. Barry & Larry W. Henry both of Winchester. Daughter, Phoebe J. Crosen of Winchester. Sister, Ester Cook of Winchester. 5 grandchildren. A brother J. Shirley Henry preceded him in death. Burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery. (NVD 22 Dec 1972)

HENSON, T. J. who had been sick for a long time died Friday morning at his home near Lantz Mills aged about 69 years. The funeral services were conducted Sunday morning from the Methodist Church in this place by Rev. H. S. Coe of Mt. Jackson, Rev. J. L. Henderson, the pastor, being in Craig County at the bedside of his mother who is quite sick. Mr. Henson had spent the greater portion of his life in this place or its immediate vicinity. When quite a young man he came here and learned the tanning business with the late Christian Comer and after completing his trade he continued to work for Mr. Comer for many years. Later on he carried on the business for himself at this place and at other times he worked at other tanyards in the county. For a while he lived in West Virginia, but some years ago he moved back to Edinburg and later on, he purchased the Alex. Holler property near Lantz Mills on which he lived at the time of his death. During the civil war he served in the cavalry service of the Confederate army. He had been a member of the Methodist church for many years and the last words he uttered were addressed to his wife who survives him and were, “I am ready to go.” Mr. Henson had never been blessed with children, but he had many friends and the esteem in which he was held was attested by the large concourse of people that assembled at the church to pay the lat rites to his mortal remains and that followed his body to its last resting place in Cedar Wood Cemetery. J. D. Lemmons was the undertaker.

HEPNER, ALMA OLGA age 82 formerly of Roanoke died in a nursing home in Washington, DC. Tuesday. w/o Dr. Charles William Hepner died in 1958. Son, Edward H. Hepner of Alexandria. Daughter, Mrs. Robert J. (Alice) Marshall of New York City w/o Dr. Robert J. Marshall. 4 grandchildren & one great grandson. Born in Hamburg, Germany 07 Nov 1890 d/o Karl & Margarethe Dreyer Mueller. Burial in the Mt. Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery at Fairview. (NVD 10 Jan 1973)

HEPNER, ROBERT G. age 76 yrs. of Mt. Jackson died 16 Oct 1972 at his home. Born 09 Feb 1896 at Woodstock s/o George T. & Tirsah Feller Hepner. Veteran of WWI. Married 01 Apr 1921 Hattie F. Tusing. Son, Franklin T./P. Hepner of Hyattsville, Md. Sisters, Bertha Funkhouser of Midland & Pearl Rupert & Fannie Jones both of Mt. Jackson. A grandchild. Burial in Mt. Hermon Church cemetery. (NVD 17 Oct 1972, Shenandoah Herald 18 Oct 1972)

HERBAUGH, PHOEBE - Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Phoebe Herbaugh of Moorefield, WV. who died Monday evening en route to Winchester Memorial Hospital. Funeral in Moorefield. Sons, C. V. Herbaugh & Marvin O. Herbaugh both of Front Royal. 2 grandsons, one niece & 2 great grandsons. (NVD 09 Nov 1972)

HERRING, J. NORRIS age 86 yrs. of Charles Town, WV. died Friday at the Jeffersonian Manor Nursing Home. Burial in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town. Born 03 Jun 1886 in Baltimore, Md. (NVD 29 Jan 1973)

HEWITT, MAUDE M. DAVIS age 83 yrs. of Romney, WV. died Sunday at the Hampshire Memorial Hospital. Burial in the Ebenezer Cemetery near Romney. Born in Romney, 20 Oct 1889 d/o the late James M. & Emma J. Carder. Preceded in death by her husband, Charles N. Hewitt. Daughter, Flora Kidwell. Sister, Nettie Bowman. Brother, Cleve Davis all of Romney. (NVD 31 Oct 1972)

HINKEL, FREMONT NEWTON (Rev.) of Rockville, Md. died Wednesday in the Sligo Nursing Home at Takoma Park, Md. He was 91. Burial in the old Leed’s Episcopal Church Cemetery. Daughters, Mary M. Harshbarger of Richmond & Jane M. Hinkel of Washington, DC. Sons, Francis J. Hinkel of Abilene, Texas & Robert N. Hinkel of Rockville, Md. 6 grandchildren. Wife, Adrienne Anna Eggers of New York City died in 1967. Born at Mt Carmel, Pa. in 1881 s/o William H. & Mary E. Yarnall Hinkel. (NVD 03 Nov 1972)

HINKINS, SALOMIE ANNE nee Kern, w/o Jacob Hinkins died at the Hinkins home over on ‘Sandy-hook’ 26 Apr 1919 about midnight. She was born 03 May 1848 & had reached the age of 70.11.23. She had been ill for several years & had been practically helpless for 8 months. Daughters, Mrs. D. F. Finley & Mrs. Howard Crabill of Strasburg. Sons, Frank Hinkins of Grafton, WV. & Robert Hinkins at home. Sister, Mrs. Amos Hinkins of Strasburg. She was wedded to Mr. Hinkins in Dec 1868 & has been a faithful member of the Christian Church for over 50 years. Interment in Riverview Cemetery.

HISEY, DAVID - well known merchant of Calvary, Va. died at his home on Thursday afternoon (23 Dec 1926) after an illness of double pneumonia of only a few days duration. Survived by his wife who has been an invalid for several years, suffering from rheumatism & her comfort was ever his first thought. Daughters, Mrs. Walter Brumbaugh of Washington, DC. & Mrs. Homer Richard of Calvary & one son, Mr. Charles Hisey of Washington, DC. 2 brothers, Messrs, Samuel Hisey of Woodstock & John Hisey of Calvary. Sister, Mrs. Jas. Kibler of Patmos. Funeral conducted by Rev. L. J. S. Carpenter & Rev. Lee Richcreek Saturday afternoon in Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church & interment was made in the family lot in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock.

HISEY, SAMUEL of the Calvary neighborhood died Friday afternoon (05 Feb 1909) after a prolonged illness of dropsy. He was about 72 years of age. He is survived by 5 children & 2 sisters. He was buried in Massanutten Cemetery.

HITE, EMMA JANE died 10 Nov 1935. Funeral services were held from her late home & were conducted by Rev. D. H. Rhodes of Toms Brook, a life long friend. The deceased was laid to rest under a mound of beautiful flowers in Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock. Mrs. Hite, was Emma Jane Sheetz d/o the late Daniel W. & Harriet Jane Sheetz was born 12 Feb 1866 near Edinburg. On 03 Jul 1881 she was united in marriage to Milton L. Hite. 4 children were born, Stella F. & Charles E. died in infancy. Survived by 2 sons, M. Lloyd Hite of Edinburg & T. J. Hite of Front Royal. Brother, P. F. Sheetz. Grandchildren, Hilda Hite of Covington, Joe Hite, a student at Bliss Electrical School, Takoma Park, DC., Richard & Anna Lee Hite of Edinburg, Thomas Jr., Jane, Mable, Harry & Dan Hite of Front Royal. Pallbearers were W. Lantz, J. V. Lantz, H. E. Fadley, H. D. Fadley, W. B. Wightman, C. E. Moyer, C. G. Clem & Dr. F. Downey. Relatives attending the funeral from a distance were Mr. & Mrs. T. J. Hite & children, Thomas Jr., Jane, Mable, Harry & Dan of Front Royal; Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Hite of Harrisonburg, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Levy of Washington, Mrs. Kate Campbell & son, Cecil Campbell & Joe Campbell of Luray, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Maphis of Strasburg, I. T. Hite of Cumberland, Md., Virginia Bineer & son, Clinton Bineer, Mrs. Ollie Hite of Woodstock & son, Cecil Hite of Newark, NJ. & Joe Hite of Takoma Park, DC.

HITE, FANNIE CATHERINE of Edinburg died Saturday in the Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. She was 89. Interment in the Union Forge Cemetery at Edinburg. Brother, Sam Bowman of Edinburg. Sisters, Annie Dellinger of Mt. Jackson & Daisy Hollar of Edinburg. 6 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren. A number of nieces & nephews. Born 03 Jun 1883 at Edinburg d/o Perry & Lucy Lambert Bowman. Widow of Earl E. Hite. (NVD 04 Dec 1972)

HITE, MILTON L. for many years County Surveyor of Shenandoah Co. & a prominent farmer & resident of the Lantz Mills neighborhood died at his home on Wednesday (09 Apr 1930). His death followed a prolonged illness from a complication of diseases. Born near Edinburg 12 Apr 1858 s/o Isaac & Rhoda Miley Hite & both on the paternal & maternal sides of the house he was closely connected with pioneer families of the county & valley. In 1881 he married Emma Sheetz d/o D. W. Sheetz & surviving this union, are 2 sons, Lloyd Hite, Superintendent of the Mutual Telephone Company & Thomas J. Hite of Front Royal. A daughter died in infancy & sone son was drowned when an infant two & a half years old. He is also survived by 3 brothers, William R. Hite, former Woodstock citizen & now a prominent business man in Harrisonburg, Clyde M. Hite of Woodstock & Ira P. Hite of Cumberland. 9 grandchildren are among the survivors. Burial in Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.

HOCKMAN, ALVA M. age 82 died Friday at his residence. Burial in Shenandoah Memorial Park. Born 14 Feb 1890 at Hoy, WV. s/o the late John & Alice Godlove Hockman. Children, Mrs. Maurice Grossneckle of Burkettsville, Md., W. Mack Hockman & Duane Hockman both of Frederick Co., Virginia Vance & James L. Hockman both of Winchester & Roxy R. Hockman of Hamilton, Va. 11 grandchildren & 2 great grandchildren, Siblings,  P. Stein Hockman & India Hockman of Romney, WV. & Mrs. Lake Hockman Heitt of Hoy, WV. (NVD 26 Dec 1972)

HOCKMAN, LEARIE FRANCES age 91 yrs. of Middletown died Sunday in Warren Memorial Hospital. Interment at Bennett’s Chapel Cemetery. Born 07 Oct 1881 in Warren Co. d/o Joseph William Ritenour & Sally Ann Santmyers Ritenour. w/o the late Joseph William Hockman. Sons, Robert Hockman of Reliance & Granville Hockman also of Reliance. Daughters, Jean Ritenour of Front Royal, Sally Renner of Winchester, Louise Eaton of Front Royal, Sarah Jennings of Front Royal & Savannah Bowers of Front Royal. Sister, Lyda Davis of Johnstown, Pa. 20 grandchildren & 31 great grandchildren. (NVD 10 Oct 1972)

HOCKMAN, MAUDE GROVE age 86 of Winchester died Friday at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Born 14 Sep 1886 in Frederick County of the late Edward H. & Sallie E. Bright Grove. Husband, Robert W. Hockman died 15 May 1938. Son, Robert E. Hockman of Frederick Co. 3 grandchildren. Brothers, William A. Grove & Claude M. Grove of Winchester, Stanley Grove of Middletown, Charles Grove of Miami, Fl., Lovell Grove of Arlington. Sister, Mrs. Reginald Mapp of Atlanta, GA. 2 sisters preceded her in death, Mrs. Grover Henshell & Annabell Snapp. (NVD 27 Nov 1972)

HOFFMAN, NELLIE WRIGHT age 96 yrs. Winchester died Sunday at her home. Born 29 Dec 1875 in Frederick Co. d/o the late John Daniel & Ann Jane Cochran Wright. Husband, Wilmer Thomas Huffman died in 1925. Daughters, Mrs. Harry Carter (Virginia) Marsh of Winchester & Mrs. Thomas Fairfax (Pauline) Hardesty of Richmond. One granddaughter & 2 great grandchildren. Burial in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. (NVD 05 Dec 1972)

HOFFMAN, PHILIP STOVER a prominent farmer of the Riverside neighborhood died Wednesday (in 1919) at the Winchester Memorial Hospital of acute Bright’s Disease. s/o Milton Hoffman & was born 71 years ago. His wife, who preceded him in death about 3 years ago was Miss Bertie Gay of New Market. 4 brothers & 1 sister, T. O., James & Hugh Hoffman of the Edinburg vicinity, John Hoffman of Colorado & Mrs. Jacob Reeser of Ohio. One sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Moyer of Edinburg. The funeral services will be held from the home of T. O. Hoffman near Edinburg. Services conducted by Rev. J. Alva Hopkins.

HOGE, LUCY GRAYSON of Fairfield Farms, Hume died Friday in the Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. She was 75. Burial in Leed’s Cemetery. w/o Robert Vance Hoge of Fairfield Farms. Daughters, Eleanor Morehead of Roanoke, Lucy Frances Owens of Lansing, MI., Jane Allen of Fairfield Farms & Peggy Tilson of Lexington. Sister, Helen G. Stradley of Staunton. 7 grandsons, one granddaughter & 3 great grandchildren. Born 04 Aug 1897 at Bland, Va. d/o James Floyd Grayson & Lucy Anne McNutt Grayson. Grandsons, James H. Morehead, Donald B. Allen Jr., Robert E. Owens, David H. Allen, Richard A. Owens, Larry G. Morehead & Sumner E. Tilson. (NVD 27 Nov 1972)

HOLLAR, ELMER LACO SR. of Toms Brook died Wednesday evening. He was 69. Burial in Toms Brook Cemetery. Son, George U. Hollar of Toms Brook & Harold Hollar of Manassas. 7 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren. Born 03 Nov 1903 at Edinburg s/o George Ulysses Hollar & Ida Sheetz Hollar. Wife, Odessa Belle Borden died in 1971. (NVD 29 Dec 1972)

HOLLAR, GENEVA D. age 58 of Woodbridge died Saturday morning, Oct 21 in the Fairfax County Hospital. Interment in the Hudson Crossroads Cemetery. Born 15 Sep 1914 at Conicville d/o late Mantoni & Effie Swartz Dellinger. w/o Richard D. Hollar. Son, Dallas Dellinger Hollar of Woodbridge. Daughter, Diana Rae Rose of Woodbridge. Brother, Garland Dellinger of Mt. Jackson. 4 grandchildren. (NVD 24 Oct 1972, Shenandoah Herald 25 Oct 1972)

HOLLAR, GEORGE WASHINGTON - member of one of Shenandoah Counties oldest & best known families died Tuesday afternoon (14 Mar 1933) at the home of his niece, Mrs. Charles Hollar at Union Forge, Va. aged 74 years. He was a s/o the late Alexander & Eva Price Hollar & was born at Union Forge, Va. where he grew to manhood. At the age of 21 years he moved to Nappannee, Indiana, where he became prosperous & remained for 45 years returning to Virginia 8 years ago. He loved Virginia, his homeland & decided to spend the last years of his life among the relatives & friends of his early days. He was a leader in the erection of the large Hollar monument dedicated to the pioneer members of the family which was unveiled in Union Forge Cemetery last year. He was the youngest & last surviving member of a family of 7 children. Surviving are 2 sons, George W. Jr. of Minnesota & William of North Dakota, one daughter, Mrs. Vallie Geyer of Nappannee, Ind. & several grandchildren. He is also survived by the following nieces & nephews, Messrs. P. C. Hollar, A. F. Hollar, Arthur H. Hollar, Mrs. Charles Hollar, Mrs. Lillie Alison, Mrs. Vallie Coffman, Mrs. Ruth Dirting & Mrs. Emma Hollar. Interment in the Union Forge Cemetery. His nephews were pall bearers.

HOLLAR, INFANT DAUGHTERS - Twin girls were born to Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hollar near Maurertown on 31 Jul 1927, one weighing 2 ½ lbs. & one 3 lbs. They were named Myrlen Marceline & Myrle Evangeline. One died on Sunday evening, July 31st & one on Friday morning, August 5th. They were laid to rest in the Toms Brook cemetery. Mr. & Mrs. Hollar have the sympathy of their many friends.

HOLLAR, JOHN LANDON a very prominent farmer died 22 Nov 1930 at his home near Edinburg following an illness of Brights disease. s/o the late John Edward & Rebecca Ann Hollar & was born near Edinburg 21 Mar 1876. He was 54 years 8 months & one day old. He was married to Roberta Ann Emswiller & to this union was born 3 sons & 1 daughter. Sons, Earl L. of Edinburg, Cecil E. of Lantz Mills & one daughter, Olive Lee at home. One granddaughter, Trilby Lantz Hollar of Lantz Mills. 3 sisters, Mrs. Floyd Wilkins, Mrs. Harry Shipe & Mrs. Annie Fadeley, 2 brothers, Edward Hollar & Jacob R. Hollar all living near Edinburg. A son, Everette Hollar & a sister, Doonie Emswiller preceded him to the grave. Interment was made in Union Forge Cemetery.

HOLLAR, REBECCA w/o the late Perry J. Hollar died at her home near Wesley Chapel on Tuesday 13 Apr 1937 after an illness of pneumonia, which developed just 2 days before. She had been in failing health for several years. Before marriage she was Rebecca Phillips d/o the late John & Christina Philips & she was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Born 09 Jan 1849, her age was 88 years, 3 months & 4 days. Her husband died 9 years ago. Surviving are 3 children, Mrs. Mary Gochenour of Readus, Miss Kennie Hollar & Mr. P. H. Hollar at home. She was laid to rest in the cemetery of the Hollar family beside her loved ones who have gone before.

HOLLAR, VIRGINIA N. widow of the late Milton Hollar Sr. who died 21 Feb 1931, was brought here on Monday afternoon where burial took place in the Union Forge Cemetery. d/o the late William & Elizabeth Jones & was born near Solomon’s Church 23 Aug 1854. She was a former resident of Lantz Mill. Since the death of her husband, Mrs. Hollar has made her home with her son, Milton Hollar Jr. in Brunswick, Md. She was ill only 4 days with pneumonia. Survived by one son & one daughter, Milton Hollar of Brunswick, Md. & Mrs. Reedy of Harrisonburg. Brother, Frank Jones of Ohio. Several grandchildren. Pallbearers, William Lantz, Frank Hollar, E. M. Clem, Charles Foltz, J. V. Lantz & Gil Rhinehart.

HOLLER, CAROLINE (Miss) after a long illness died very unexpectedly on Monday evening (26 Dec 1904) after Christmas. For some days preceding her death she was better than she had been for some time & the news of her decease was a surprise to all. She was buried Wednesday following from the U. B. Church of which for fifty years she had been a member by Rev. J. L. Henderson, her pastor, Rev. N. F. ------- confined to his home by sickness.

HOLLER, DAISY VIRGINIA beloved w/o Milton Holler died 20 Mar 1920 age 20 yrs. 6 mos. 18 days after an illness of tuberculosis, extending from the last of December 1919 until God called her home. Born in Moorefield, WV. 02 Sep 1899 d/o Jack & Lacy Weese Rice who died when Mrs. Holler was a babe of about 18 months old. Two sisters & a brother preceded Mrs. Holler into the beyond. On 27 Oct 1917 she became the bride of Milton Holler of Edinburg. The wedding took place at Piedmont, WV. & was performed by Rev. Taylor Rector of the Episcopal Church of Piedmont. As a bride of 17 years, her husband brought her to Edinburg where for 3 ½ they have lived; part of the time being spent at Lantz Mills with his parents, Mr. & Mrs. James M. Holler but for the past year they kept house in the Lewis Crissman property on Railroad Avenue. Realizing about 6 weeks before death came that her days were numbered Mrs. Holler directed the packing away of her cherished keepsakes for the little 18 month old daughter, Lola Christine Holler, who in the years to come will have only those trinkets to remind her of her bright faced, curly haired young mother. The body, accompanied by the husband & his cousin, Milton Sheetz, was taken on the early train Tuesday to Moorefield, WV. where funeral services were conducted by her former Rector in the Episcopal Church at that place. Her grandmother & 4 aunts also survive to mourn her.

HOLLER, GROVER MILTON SR. age 77 yrs. of Edinburg was pronounced dead on arrival at Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital Thursday. Interment in the Wakeman’s Grove Cemetery. Born 30 Jun 1895 at Columbia Furnace s/o the late William & Emma Holler. Husband of the late Grace Virginia Sheetz who died 26 Sep 1971. Daughters, Frances Burch of Woodstock, Emma Ryan & Virginia Wetzel both of Edinburg. Sons, Grover M. Holler Jr. of Edinburg, Henry L. Holler of Woodstock & Cecil H. Holler of Edinburg. Sisters, Mrs. Willie Coffman of Mt. Jackson & Katherine Holler of New Market. 17 grandchildren & 13 great grandchildren. (NVD 17 Nov 1972)

HOLLER, MAHLON - a wealthy retired farm of the Hamburg neighborhood died at his home Friday morning (26 Sep 1919). He was 75 years old. s/o the late John Holler of the Hamburg neighborhood. Survived by his wife, 2 children, Mrs. Willie Holler Foltz living in the far west & Randolph Holler who lives on the home place. One brother Lemuel Holler of St. Luke’s & one sister, Mrs. Joseph Coffelt of Lantz Mills. Interment was made in the Bethel Lutheran Cemetery.

HOLLIDAY, BERTHA FRANCES age 84 yrs. of Winchester died early yesterday at Shawnee Springs Nursing Home. Burial in Trinity Baptist Church cemetery near Reynolds Store. Born 04 Apr 1888 in Morgan County, WV. Her husband, Martin A. Holliday died 31 Jan 1957. Sons, Charles E. Holliday of Frederick Co., John K. Holliday & Melford Holliday both of Winchester & Frank Holliday of Woodstock. Daughters, Rebecca Luttrell & Mrs. Robert A. Whitacre of Fairfax. 21 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren & one great-great grandchild. Sisters, Vannie Small of Martinsburg, WV. & Viola Clark of Great Capon, WV. (NVD 31 Oct 1972)

HOLLINGSWORTH, EDWIN for many years a resident of Edinburg died at his home on North Main Street, Sunday morning (in Sep 1940) following a long illness of paralysis. Born at ‘The Hermitage’ the Hollingsworth estate near Winchester 15 Nov 1858 s/o the late Isaac Milton & Mary Pritchard Hollingsworth both representatives of the first settlers of Frederick County. In 1888 he was married in the Woodstock Lutheran Church to Fannie B. Coffelt who survives. Brother, the late S. P. Hollingsworth. Sons, Milton C. Hollingsworth & Charles Hollingsworth of Arlington, Va.. Daughters, Mrs. Harrison Evans & Mattie Hollingsworth of Edinburg & Elizabeth Hollingsworth of Winchester. Sister, Lucy Hollingsworth who is the one survivor of a family of 13 children. Ten grandchildren & one great grandchild. Interment was made in Cedarwood Cemetery.

HOLSINGER, GLADYS KNUPP age 73 yrs. died 01 Nov 1972 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. Born 16 Jun 1897 near Broadway d/o the late George & Bertie Knopp Knupp. Married in Jan 1917 Berlin Holsinger who died in Oct 1966. Stepmother, Lelia Knupp of Timberville. Sons, Beverly Holsinger of Broadway & Lynn Holsinger of Timberville. Daughter, Wavalyn Holsinger of New Market. Sister, Kathleen Moyers of New Market. Brother, Owen Knupp of Timberville. Half brother, George Knupp of Timberville. 7 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren. Burial in Fairview Cemetery. (Shenandoah Herald 08 Nov 1972)

HOOVER, CLARA VIRGINIA age 91 yrs. of Inwood, WV. died yesterday in a Martinsburg hospital. Burial in Mt. Olive Cemetery. Born in Frederick Co. 01 Jul 1881 d/o the late John & Emma Snapp McFarland. Married to the late Phillip Henry Hoover. Son, Russell C. Hoover of Bunker Hill, WV. Daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Frances) Shade & Mrs. Paul (Lucille) Busey both of Inwood & Ruth Jones of Martinsburg, WV. Brother, Clifton McFarland of Winchester. 22 grandchildren, 33 great grandchildren & 2 great-great grandchildren. A sister, Virginia Aikens died in Jan 1969. (NVD 19 Jan 1973)

HOOVER, ISAAC J. proprietor of the ‘Hoover House’ Staunton, a notice of whose critical illness appeared in our last weeks issue, died on Sunday afternoon. This will be sad news to a great many people who liked Mr. Hoover for his kind heart and genial disposition. As we reported last week, Mr. Hoover was a native of this county, where he has many relatives and was for some years a resident of Woodstock. His age was 59 years and he leaves a son and two daughters, all grown. (Date of death-31 Jan 1897)

HOOVER, PHILIP H. (MRS.) - In loving memory of our death mother who departed this life 07 Jul 1928. Sadly missed by husband, sons & daughter.

HOOVER, PHILIP H. - an estimable Woodstock citizen died at an early hour Wed. morning (22 Dec 1937) at the home of his son, Elmer C. Hoover, on South Commerce Street, following an extended illness from a complication of diseases. He was born near Woodstock 13 Feb 1858 & death occurred near his 80th birthday. He was the s/o Mr. & Mrs. William B. Hoover of well known Shenandoah County families. His wife, who was Miss Arabella Baker prior to marriage died in 1928. 3 children survive, Elmer C. Hoover of Woodstock, Charles Arthur Hoover now in the United States Merchant Marine Service & Mrs. George B. Strickler of Woodstock. 2 half brothers, Arch Hoover & Charles Hoover; half sister, Miss Virginia Hoover all of Strasburg. He was a member of the Reformed Church & funeral services will be conducted at the home by the Rev. C. E. Robb Friday morning. Mr. Hoover was an expert horticulturist & for some years with his son, Elmer, has operated the Hoover Nursery in Woodstock. For 20 years he was a trackman on the Baltimore & Ohio & Southern Railways.

HOOVER, REBECCA (MRS.) was born 25 May 1821, died 20 Feb 1890. Attained the age of 68 years, 8 months & 25 days. She was the wife of Abraham Hoover who died almost 13 years ago. For the last 10 years she had her home with her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Keller. Large was the attendance at the funeral services conducted by her pastor, assisted by Rev. J. A. A. Bushong.

HOOVER, SALLIE R. wife of Lemuel A. Hoover aged 46 years died at her home on Monday afternoon (07 May 1900) after a long illness with consumption. Mrs. Hoover is survived by her husband and a large family of children. She was a good woman and her family will miss her counselling sadly. The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon from the Reformed Church.

HOOVER, SILAS passed away at his home near Edinburg Saturday morning (17 Jan 1914) after a long illness. During the War between the States he served in the Confederate Cavalry & was attached to the headquarters of General J. E. B. Stuart. Surviving Mr. Hoover are 6 daughters, Mrs. Hugh Sweeney, Mrs. Fletcher Bowman, Mrs. James Hoffman, Mrs. Maggie Evans of Edinburg & Mrs. Dick Schmucker of Toms Brook & 2 sons, Samuel Hoover of California & Buford Hoover who manages the home farm. He also leaves 4 sisters, Misses Mary & Rebecca Hoover, Mrs. Margaret Stoneburner of Lantz Mills & Mrs. Susan Peer. The funeral was conducted Sunday afternoon from the house by Rev. W. B. Oney of the Lutheran Church. Interment was in the family graveyard.

HOOVER, WILLIAM TRIPLETT - well known & highly respected citizen of Woodstock, died at the home of his niece, Mrs. George Strickler on South Commerce St. last Friday (05 Dec 1937) after having been ill & confined to his bed for one year, suffering first from organic heart trouble & on last July he was stricken with paralysis which left him almost entirely helpless. He was born near Woodstock, s/o Mr. & Mrs. W. B. Hoover. Had he lived until January he would have been 78 years old. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery. Brothers, Philip Hoover of Woodstock, A. L. Hoover & Charles M. Hoover of Strasburg, Va. Sister, Virginia Hoover of Strasburg.

HORSLEY, JAMES C. III. age 42 of Winchester died Saturday in Key West, FL. Born in North Carolina 04 Jul 1930 s/o Ethel Holcomb Horsley & the late James C. Horsley Jr. Married, the former Nellie Atkins in Fredericksburg, VA. on 11 Oct 1947. Served in the U. S. Navy during WWII. Son, James C. Horsley IV. Sisters, Dorothy Bray & Frances Horsley both of Leeksville, NC. Half brother, Daniel Thompson of Leeksville. (NVD 16 Nov 1972)

HOTTEL,  BESSIE MILLER - See obit for Bernie Miller

HOTTEL, DANIEL J. - Our community was much shocked Monday morning when it became known that Daniel J. Hottel was dead. For several years Mr. Hottel had been in poor health but latterly he had seemed to be better than he had been. He was in town last Saturday & seemed to be fully as well as usual & was in the best of spirits. Monday morning he got out of bed, between 5 & 6 o’clock & called for his daughter, Mrs. Robt. Fadeley with whom he lived. Mrs. Fadeley hastened to his room & found him lying on the floor. In answer to her inquiry be said he was very sick. She called for help & he was placed on his bed. His speech then seemed to be affected & nothing he afterwards said could be understood. At 20 minutes past 10 o’clock his spirit took its flight & only the tenement of clay remained to his loved ones. Mr. Hottel is survived by two children, Mrs. Robt. G. Fadeley of near town & Mrs. Chas. W. Sheetz of this place & 6 grandchildren, Clarence Fadeley of Omaha, Neb., Harry Fadeley who lived on Mr. Hottel’s farm & Howard Fadeley who lives on his uncle’s (William Fravel’s) farm & Misses Lena, Mabel & Frances Sheetz of this place. His wife preceded him to the spirit world last January. During the Civil War he served in Company C, 7th Virginia Cavalry, Rosser’s Brigade. He was one of the bravest men in the service & never flinched, no matter how great the danger. After the surrender he came home with little, if anything, more than the horse he rode & went to work with the same courage he displayed during the 4 years of the war. For more than 20 years he was Commissioner of Roads for this (Madison) district & was re-elected term after term until he refused to serve longer. He was a charter member of Shenandoah Lodge I. O. O. F. & was a Past Grand of that Lodge. He was buried this afternoon from the Methodist Church here by his pastor, Rev. R. D. McNeer & the interment was in the new cemetery. The I. O. O. F. had charge of the interment & were present in a body. Mr. Hottel was 71 years, 2 mos. & 21 days. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bishop of Shanghai, W. Va., J. R. Hottel of Manassas & Mrs. Reuben Holler of Tom’s Brook were among the people from a distance who attended the funeral. (Date of death - 11 Aug 1913)

HOTTEL, FRANK - the 11 year old son of Mr. Hottel of Edinburg was caught by a belt in Koontz’s mill. His legs, arms & skull were broken. He lived several hours after the accident. (Date of death 22 Oct 1898)

HOTTEL, J. FRANK died Wednesday afternoon (in Apr 1941) in Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. where he had been a patient for the past 10 days. s/o the late Isaac Hottel & Jane Wetzel Hottel, he was born at the Hottel Homestead near Woodstock on 03 May 1868. Wife, Cora Wisman Hottel. Daughter, Mrs. David Fravel. Sister, Mrs. Charles Coffman. 2 grandchildren, Dorothy & Deanna Fravel. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery.

HOTTEL, J. MONROE (PROF.) life-long citizen of Edinburg died at his home there Sunday evening (20 Apr 1924) at 5 o’clock. He is well known throughout Shenandoah county where he was actively engaged in educational work for many years having been Professor in an academy in Edinburg. He also taught in the high schools of his home town & in Woodstock. He was an official member of St. Paul’s Reformed Church & for many years Superintendent of the Sunday School. He had been in failing health for the past 3 years & had only been confined to his bed 3 weeks when his heart failed & on Sunday evening he died in his wife’s arms. He was 74 years of age & was the s/o the late Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hottel of Edinburg. 24 years ago he was married to Miss Mary Summey of Foulton county, Pa. who survives him. He also leaves one brother, Pleasant M. Hottel of Bealeton, Va. & a number of nieces & nephews. Interment was made in the cemetery at Union Forge Church 2 miles from Edinburg.

HOTTEL, MARSHALL - See obit for Bernie Miller

HOUNSHELL, LILLIE FRANCES age 78 of Middletown died 08 Jan 1973 in Clarke Co. Interment in Massanutten Cemetery, Woodstock. Born 18 Dec 1894 d/o the late George R. Heishman & Melissa Jane Evans Heishman. w/o the late James Oliver Hounshell Sr. Daughter, Frances C. Shaheen of Grosse Pointe, Woods, Mich. Sons, Cecil S. Hounshell, Howard M. Hounshell & Ralph R. Hounshell of Front Royal & James O. Hounshell Jr. of Brucetown. Half sister, Catherine Taylor of Edinburg. 10 grandchildren & 8 great grandchildren. (NVD 10 Jan 1973)

HOVERMALE, ELIZA JANE age 94 yrs. of Gore died yesterday in a Winchester nursing home. Burial in Greenway Cemetery at Berkeley Springs. Born 24 Feb 1878 in Maryland d/o Mr. & Mrs. Samuels Barnes. Husband, William E. Hovermale died 24 Jun 1972. Sisters, Miss Mary Emily Barnes & Mrs. Ollie Wachter both of Berkeley Springs, WV. A number of nieces & nephews. (NVD 30 Jan 1973)

HOWES, LOUISE MEFFERT age 55 yrs. of Markham died Wednesday morning in Warren Memorial Hospital. Born 29 Sep 1917 in Hugo, OK. d/o the late Jacob K. Meffert & Louise Jefferson Fraser Moffett. w/o Bernard Phillip Howes. Sister, Mrs. Lewis Woods of Garland, TX. (NVD 07 Dec 1972)

HUDSON, KENNETH ALLEN age 22 of Front Royal died yesterday morning in the Fairfax Hospital from injuries suffered in an industrial accident Thursday in Fairfax. Burial in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Born 05 Apr 1950 in Front Royal s/o Roland F. & Edith Lockhart Hudson of Front Royal. Wife, Deborah L. Hudson. Brothers, Howard R. Hudson & Dennis O. Hudson. Sister, Sallie Morrison. Maternal grandfather, Ollie A. Lockhart all of Front Royal. (NVD 28 Oct 1972)

HUFFMAN, JOSEPH DAVID age 95 of Middletown died Friday in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery at Middletown. Born in Flint Hill 03 Feb 1877 s/o the late Joseph Benton & Senora Stephenson Huffman. Married Lena Rebecca Brumback, d/o the late Jacob H. & Virginia Victoria Brumback of Mountain Slope Farm at Fawcett’s Gap, Frederick Co. Children, Mrs. Samuel E. (Lettie) Bray of Urbanna, Winston David Huffman of Middletown & Joseph Carlyle Huffman of Berryville. 6 grandchildren & 11 great grandchildren. (NVD 06 Nov 1972)

HUFFMAN, LESTER LEE - After having been ill from influenza & pneumonia for one week only, Rev. Lester Lee Huffman, well known pastor & teacher of Toms Brook died at his home there Sunday, 13 Oct at 10 a. m. aged 27 years, 5 months & 24 days. The Rev. Mr. Huffman had been pastor of the Toms Brook Parish, Tennessee Synod since 1916 & had been principal of the Toms Brook High School since Christmas 1917, having succeeded Prof. J. C. Shackelford who resigned. The Toms Brook Parish includes St. Matthews, St. Stephens, St. Davids & Mt. Calvary churches. This was the 2nd charge of Rev. Mr. Huffman, his first one having been at Gastonia, NC. The deceased was a native of Stanley, Page County, Va. He was educated at Lenoir College, Hickory, NC. and at the Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL. On 06 Nov 1916 he married Minnie Beam of Cherryville, NC. The Rev. Mr. Huffman was a man of great force in the pulpit & was a shepherd of unusual tenderness to his flock. He was highly esteemed by all the people of the community & was much loved by all the members of his charges. Besides his wife, the deceased leaves a 14 month old son, Richard Long Huffman, his father & mother, Mr. & Mrs. D. L. Huffman of Stanley, Va. & 11 brothers & sisters all of his home community. The body was taken on the evening Southern train to Stanley on 13 Oct. Interment was made at Alma Church, Page County, 14 Oct at 2 p. m. Services were conducted by the following ministers, Rev. Dr. W. J. Fink & Rev. P. L. Snapp of New Market, Va. & Rev. M. A. Ashby of Shenandoah City, Va.

HUNTINGTON, FRANCES CARPENTER age 82 yrs. of Washington died in Washington Hospital Center following a brief illness. Burial was private. d/o the late Frank G. Carpenter. Daughters, Mrs. Huntington Noel of Washington & Mrs. David B. Williams of New York. 4 grandchildren & one great grandchild. (NVD 10 Nov 1972)

HUPP, BOYD - In past years Strasburg has had many tragedies, but seldom has the community been more shocked or so saddened as when the news was spread late last evening that Boyd Hupp had come to his death by his own hand. To his many friends and the community in general, it was unexpected & to the immediate family & closer friends it was a great shock & yet it is recalled that for some time past & particularly in recent weeks, Boyd had been noticeable melancholy. Preparatory to butchering today, Boyd, his younger brother, Bruce & George Hollis, a colored farm hand, went to the woods yesterday morning to cut a load of dry wood. At noon they returned to the house with the intention of going after the wood with a team after dinner. As two were sufficient to bring the wood, Boyd left the impression that he was going to town on some business. Between 3 & 4 o’clock, when Bruce returned from the woods he inquired for Boyd from his aunt. Mrs. Ramey said she saw him going up the pike toward what is commonly known as Hupps Hill & which is in the opposite direction. Shortly afterward Bruce suggested to the colored boy that they could take a little hunt before feeding time & set out in practically the same direction. When nearing the top of the hill, in what is known as the ‘breastworks field’, Bruce was startled to see the lifeless body of his brother, in a half sitting & half lying posture, by a small cedar tree with a 38 caliber army revolver by his side. Boyd was once a private in the U. S. Army & it was with this weapon that he took his life. The field in which he was found was a battlefield during the Civil war. His body when found was under a cedar tree at a point where the old roadway of the Valley Pike crosses one of the old trenches. While seated under the tree he had emptied four chambers of the revolver into his left breast. Only one bullet took effect in his heart; two penetrated the cedar tree against which he was leaning, the third was found on the surface of the tree & the fourth remained within his body. A few minutes after Bruce had found the body, Harry Ridings & Hugh Stoneburner were walking out the pike nearby & were summoned by George, the young colored fellow. Dr. White was then called; it being then about 4 o’clock. The body was cold which indicated that death had come at least 2 hours previously. No inquest was held, it being deemed that the evidence of suicide were sufficient. Boyd Huff had reached his 34th year on the sixth of October last. He is a son of the late Frank Hupp & is survived only by his Mother, Mrs. Catherine Hupp & the one brother, Bruce. He was in the U. S. Army several years, had spent some time in Ohio, but had spent most of his life here. (Date of death - 03 Dec 1913)

HUTCHESON, MARY died Tuesday about noon (in Dec 1909) & was buried today at 11 o’clock from the Union Forge Church by her pastor, Rev. W. Melville. She was in the 80th year & for the past 18 months her health had been quite poor; though she was able to go about the house & even visit her children who live several miles apart. On Sunday she was taken much worse & from that time her decline was rapid until the end came. Her death was due to heart trouble. Left a widow many years ago she raised a large family & all are today respected citizens. She is survived by 3 sons, D. W. P. Hutcheson of near Seven Fountains, Lafayette who lived in Ohio & Jos. C. of this place, the county treasurer & 3 daughters, Mrs. W. L. Holler at whose house she died, Mrs. E. G. Shipe & Mrs. Jos. Sheetz. Several sons & one daughter preceded her to the spirit world.

HUTCHESON, MINERVA - w/o Hon. Joseph C. Hutcheson, member of the Virginia House of Delegates died at her home in Edinburg, Va. Tuesday evening (in Dec 1936) following an illness of 14 months. The immediate cause of death was a stroke of paralysis. Before her marriage she was Miss Minerva Miller d/o the late David T. & Hester Miller & was born near Keezletown, Rockingham Co., Va. Two children, Josephine Hutcheson a member of the faculty of Edinburg High School & John David Hutcheson of the faculty of Woodstock High School. Sister, Mrs. Lilbert Faught of Linville, Va. Brother, G. Luther Miller of Keezletown, Va. Funeral services were conducted in the home by the Rev. C. J. Rice assisted by Rev. R. L. Eutsler, concluding with the funeral rites in the family lot in Cedarwood cemetery where she was laid to rest beneath a mound of most beautiful flowers. Pallbearers were Dr. R. W. Stoneburner, Dr. A. S. Shutters, Messrs. Harry Holtzman, W. W. Zerkel, S. A. Wilkins, C. H. Moore, Garnett Painter & Hugh Saum.

HUTCHESON, WILLIAM H. a well known farmer of this neighborhood died very suddenly yesterday evening (22 Jun 1905. W. A. Wrenn & M. L. Grove drove out to Mr. Hutcheson’s farm yesterday morning to by some horses from him as he raised a good many & always had some ready for market. They purchased one horse & then Mr. H. brought out another which he offered to sell. He mounted the animal in order to show the buyers how well it moved and rode it off at a rapid rate. After going a short distance, he turned the horse & rode back to where the purchasers were standing. As he rode up he put his hand to his forehead & said ‘how my head hurts’. As he uttered these words he began to fall from his horse, but Mr. Grove caught him & eased the sufferer to the ground. Mr. Wrenn began to fan the stricken man & soon after they carried him into his house. This was about eleven o’clock & he lingered until about six when death ensued. He never regained consciousness nor did he ever speak again. Mr. Hutcheson is survived by his wife, who is in poor health & 2 brothers, Charles & Amos & a number of nephews & nieces. By industry & economy, Mr. Hutcheson had accumulated considerable property & his business affairs are in good condition we have no doubt. He was never a very stout man but he seemed to enjoy fairly good health until a few years ago when he was attacked by rheumatism & ever since then he suffered much from that painful disease. Yesterday he seemed as well as usual & was in fine spirits a minute before he was attacked. He was about 73 years of age. He was buried tomorrow at 10 o’clock from the Methodist church in this place by Rev. T. G. Nevitt. The interment will be in the old grave yard. J. D. Lemmon will be the undertaker.

HUTCHINSON, BETTIE MONROE died at her home on Creek Road one mile west of Edinburg on Wednesday evening(23 Jan 1930)  at 6:00 after a ten days illness of pneumonia. d/o the late Amos & Martha Hutchinson & was born 61 years ago in the same home in which she had spent her entire life. Sister, Margaret Hutchinson. Brother, Wilbur Hutchinson. 2 nephews, Floyd Hutchinson of Lantz Mills & Lloyd Hutchinson of Woodstock. 2 brothers, Philip & Richard Hutchinson died 7 years ago. Interment in Union Forge Cemetery.

IDEN, CARROLL SAM a native of Delaplane was fatally injured 07 Nov 1972 in a one car accident on a bridge crossing the Wildcat Creek on the Indiana 22 highway. He was 54. Memorial services in B’nai Israel Temple at Kokomo, IN. The body was cremated. Born 21 Feb 1918 in Delaplane s/o Robert Iden & the late Lucy Johnston Iden. Wife, the former Mina Rosenfeld. Son, Randall. Daughters, Sarah & Deborah all of Kokomo, IN. (NVD 16 Nov 1972)

IRWIN, HENRY H. (DR.) prominent retired Woodstock physician & Republican leader died Wednesday afternoon (23 Jul 1930) at his home on South Main Street after having been in failing health for several years. Only 2 days ago Dr. Irwin’s condition became worse & on Wednesday morning his children were called home. The cause of death was softening of the brain. The Irwin family is one of the oldest & best known in Woodstock having been among the early settlers of the Valley. Three generations of eminent physicians having answered the calls of illness of the people of this section during the last 105 years. Dr. Joseph S. Irwin, father of the deceased & Dr. Joseph Irwin, grandfather of Dr. H. H. Irwin the last of the line who has had a large practice in Woodstock & vicinity during the past 45 years. Born in Woodstock, Va. in Sep 1862 s/o the late Dr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Irwin. He was nearly 68 years of age. In 1886 Dr. Irwin was united in marriage to Miss Emma Supinger, d/o William Supinger of Woodstock who through all the years has been a faithful, loving helpmate & who was unfailing in her care of her invalid husband. Funeral services will be conducted by his pastor the Rev. Wayne Bowman in the home on Friday afternoon at 5 o’clock & interment will be in Massanutten Cemetery. Surviving besides his wife are 3 sons, Clarence Irwin of Staunton, Joseph S. Irwin of Washington, DC. & Emmett Irwin of Woodstock, one sister, Mrs. J. B. Rush of Woodstock, 2 brothers, Holmes Irwin of Washington, DC. & Clarence Irwin of Harrisonburg, 3 grandchildren, Mercedes & Genevieve Irwin of Woodstock & Mary Ellen Irwin of Staunton, Va. With the passing of Dr. Irwin for the 1st time in 1905 years there is not a physician of the Irwin family practicing medicine in Woodstock.


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