Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph of the marriage certificate for Milton Coffman, of Woodstock, and Alma Deloris Smith, of Piedmont, West Virginia. They were married on November 9, 1942 in Piedmont, WV at the Trinity Methodist Church by Reverend James L. Robertson.
Photograph of Gilbert Coffman seated on a bench and wearing a suit and tie.

He was the son of Ray Coffman.
Portrait of Mazie and Ben Lambert standing behind their mother, Mrs. Annie Belle (Didawick) Lambert.

Annie Belle was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Barbara M. (Holtzman) Didawick. She married Kirby Daniel Lambert (1876-1931) and had two…
Portrait of Harold and Flora (Gochenour) Coffman standing together in the studio. Flora is wearing a flowered corsage on her dress. This picture was taken around the time of their marriage.

Harold was the son of Noah Walter (1876-1948) and…
Portrait of sisters Dorothy Seal Coffman Clem (seated) and Alice Coffman Borden Elm (standing) as children.
Portrait of Charlotte Painter Poland as a young woman. Charlotte was born on March 1, 1922, at Edinburg, Virginia, the daughter of the late Clayton Painter and Irene Coffman Painter.

She was a lifetime member of Bethel Lutheran Church, where she…
Portrait of Flora (Gochenour) Coffman as a young woman.

Flora was a resident of Maurertown Virginia.
Photo of two photographs. On the right is Kolbe Coffman and on the left is an unidentified couple.
Portrait of Clacie Franklin Coffman, Sr. (1903-1970), son of Joseph and Maude Dellinger Coffman. He married Arlene Bowman and had a daughter, Mary Catherine Coffman. He later married Ruby Ford Koontz and had two sons, Clacie, Jr. and Henry James…
Portrait of a baby sitting in a wicker chair with two young girls standing on either side. Family resemblance indicates they are related. "Coffman" is inscribed on the glass plate.
Portrait of a woman seated with a baby on her lap and two young girls standing on either side of her. Family resemblance indicates they are related. "Coffman" is inscribed on the glass plate.
Portrait of Lionel Clyde "Buddy" Mitchell wearing his MMA school uniform. The patch on his shoulder indicates he served in the Army ROTC.

Buddy spent most of his life in the military as his obituary in the Northern Virginia Daily (December 16,…
Portrait of Alice Coffman as a young woman.
The name, "H.L. Coffman", is written on the glass plate of this image of a man wearing a suit and tie.
Portrait of Alese Selma Hoffman Coffman, first wife of Linden Coffman.
The name, "Garry Job Coffman" is written on the plate of this image of a young man wearing a formal suit.
Photograph of a birth registration for Bobbie Jean Wightman, who was born on October 13, 1942 in Shenandoah County. Her parents were Charles Franklin Wightman and Martha Alice Coffman.
Photograph of a marriage certificate dated September 15, 1940, stating that Charles F. Wightman and Martha A. Coffman were joined in the holy state of matrimony in Woodstock.
Photograph of a document dated 4 May 1945 and listing Purple Heart recipients in the 96th Infantry Division. First Lieutenant Gilbert E. Coffman Jr., received his award for wounds sustained on Okinawa Island.
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…
Photograph of Emanuel Lutheran Church in Woodstock, Virginia. Superimposed on the image are small, oval photographs of M. Coffman, the Superintendent of the Sunday School, and Rev. S.W. Kuhns, the Pastor.
Ernest Coffman, Sr., was the husband of Lou Hammer and father of Geneva Conger, Hazel Fadely, Virginia Coffman, Ernestine Mitchell, Madge Clark, Christine Barrick, Ernest Coffman, Jr., and Thomas Coffman.

Subject worked as a U.S. postal clerk, …
Fannie Long Coffman seated on a bench. She was from Conicville.
Mary Catherine Coffman pictured as a young toddler. She was a resident of Woodstock, Virginia.
Alese Selma Hoffman as a young lady. She later married a man named Coffman.
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