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Portrait of Louise Burner Pence wearing her hair back.
Portrait of Harry F. Didawick, son of K. Frank and Maggie (Burner) Didawick.

Harry lived in Woodstock and volunteered with the Woodstock Fire Department. He was employed at "Little Mac's Restaurant" on the south end of town.

Harry had a…
Portrait of Daniel F. Burner, Sr. as a young man. His parents were William Magruder and Bertie (Fadeley) Burner. He married Martha Hitchcock and they had two sons, Daniel Jr. and William S. Burner.
Portrait of Lelia (Burner) Landing Boswell as a young woman. She lived in Woodstock and was the daughter of Harry Cameron and Annie Elizabeth (Heishman) Burner. Her first husband was Thomas R. Landing and her second was Joseph Daniel Boswell. She had…
Photograph of the cast of the four-act comedy, "An Arizona Cowboy," on stage at the Calvary School, located near Woodstock. The play was presented on April 3rd, raising $36.50, and April 4th, raising $31.00. String music and singing was provided by…
Photograph of the Freshman class of Woodstock High School. Ruth Rice, Edna Burner, and Arlene Vann are in the photograph although we do not know where. Gladys Richman Peer Copp was the 1st girl in the 2nd row from the top. The teacher on the far left…
Group of female students seated on the steps of Woodstock High School. Some have been identified. They are: (Top row, l to r) Eunice Miller Willett and Beatrice Beidler; (2nd row, l to r) ?, ?, ?, Madeline Foltz; (3rd row, l to r) ?, Mildred Saum, ?,…
Portrait of Maynard Bauman Eastep (1900-1958), his wife, Katie "Lottie" Mabel (Dinges) Eastep (1902-1970), and their young son, Galen Lee.

Maynard Eastep was the son of Luther Monroe and Sarah Catherine (Hamman) Eastep. He worked as a hospital…
Portrait of Effie Nicholson Burner and her daughter, Jo Ann.
Portrait of Carrol Burner wearing his U.S. Naval uniform. He served in the Navy as an Aviation Machinist's Mate. Mr. Burner lived on Pinewoods Road in Quicksburg. His mother was Effie Burner and he had a brother, Rev. Everett Burner.
Photo of a photo of Irvin Burner wearing his U.S. Army uniform from WWII.
The name "Burner" appears on the plate for this image of a young boy standing beside a bench with his hand on his hip.
Portrait of Daniel Burner, Jr., in his U.S. Army uniform, beside his father, Daniel Burner, Sr., also in uniform.
Heavily damaged image of the U.S. Marine Corps' letter notifying the family of Private Joseph Luther Burner that he was killed in action. From the legible words on the image, it appears his service in WWII was in the Pacific theatre.
Daniel F. Burner, Sr (left), seated beside his son, Daniel F. Burner, Jr. Both men are wearing U.S. Army uniforms. Mr. Burner, Sr., was a graduate of Massanutten Military Academy (MMA), served as Mayor of Woodstock, and worked as an antiques dealer.…
Portrait of Elwood Burner as a young man. He was the husband of Rachel Hoover Burner.
Dewey Milton Dinges as a young man. His parents were Andrew Jackson Dinges and Mary Ellen Burner. He married Mary May Cave. Their son, James Leo Dinges, died May 1, 2000.
Carroll Burner (left) shown with an unidentified friend. Mr. Burner grew up in Edinburg and, in 2003, worked as a house painter in Quicksburg, Virginia.
Portrait of an unidentified woman. Although she has been tentatively identified as Martha Jane Burner Ritenour, there is not enough information to confirm it.
Martha was daughter of John J. Burner and Ellen Smith Burner. Her first husband was Milton Ritenour and her second husband was Mayberry Clem.
Husband of Nettie Ritenour
Mary Ida Burner Jett Veach sitting with younger unidentified man.

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Photograph of Louis Joseph Burner from the book "Service Record World War I and II, Woodstock and Vicinity."
Postcard showing "Burner's" house near Luray Virginia
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