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Photograph of Stanley Tobias Clem (on the left) with his arm around an unidentified buddy. Both men are wearing U.S. Army uniforms. Stanley Clem served in WWII with the Army Air Corps in occupied Germany.
Photograph of the students from Bowmans Crossing School about 1911. They are identified as:
1st row (l to r): Ruth Baker, Raymond Baker, Medger Bowers, Clarence ?, Joe Bowers, Fred Grandstaff (Tip Downey), and Mertie Bowers.
2nd Row: Buford…
The Cora Clem House was located at Lantz Mill, near Edinburg. Clem Store was just down the road from the house although the store no longer stands.
David A. McClanahan pictured in his U.S. Army uniform. He was the son of Mertie and Maude (Clem) McClanahan.
Robert L. Clem wearing his U.S. Army uniform and standing beside his wife, Mae McClanahan Clem. Mr. Clem was born on August 6, 1891 and served in WWI. His wife was born on November 30, 1897, and was the daughter of Sarah Ann Ritenour and Mayberry…
Mate Clem Lemaster and her sister, Margaret Clem Tysinger, as children.
Pictured are (l to r): Cora Clem, Margaret Clem Tysinger, Mate Clem Lemaster, Jacob Bird Clem.
Sada Clem Evans pictured with two grandsons, Stanley and Ray Wakeman.
Pictured (l to r) are: Margaret Clem Fadely Tysinger, Edward Hottle, and Mate Clem Lemaster. Edward Hottle was the girls' grandfather.
Group of unidentified people in front of Jacob Bird Clem's General Store in Maurertown Virginia.

The store still stands and was later known as Markley's Store. It is located at 24851 Old Valley Pike.

According to Margaret Tysinger, the…
Robert and Pearl (Wealthy) Clem with their two daughters, Dorothy L. (standing) and Betty M. (the baby). Betty was born in April 1944 and was only a couple of weeks old in this photo. Pearl (Wealthy) Clem had a twin sister named Marybelle (Wealthy)…
Pictured l to r: Edward Hottle, Mate Clem Lemaster, Margaret Clem Tysinger, and Jacob Brian Clem.
Portrait of Mate Hottle Clem Lemaster as a young girl.
Portrait of Margaret Ruth Clem Tysinger with her father, Jacob Bird Clem and her sister, Mate Hottle Clem Lemaster.
Martha was daughter of John J. Burner and Ellen Smith Burner. Her first husband was Milton Ritenour and her second husband was Mayberry Clem.

Roy M. Clem.jpg
Photograph of Roy Clem from the book "Service Record World War I and II, Woodstock and Vicinity."
Postcard with a picture of Clem's Department store which was located in Lantz Mills near Edinburg in Shenandoah County VA.
Postcard showing E.M. Clem's residence in Lantz Mills.

The house is located on Swover Creek Road near the Lantz Mill west of Edinburg VA.

The postcard is dated 1908 and was produced by the Souvenir Post Card Company of New York.,
Postcard with a picture of stores in Maurertown Virginia. Includes the McInturff, Aleshire, and Clem stores on Main Street.

The stores were located on what is now US Route 11.
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