Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Portrait of Quay Funkhouser and Audrey Miller Funkhouser.

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Photograph of Ada Litten Funkhouser, first wife of George Funkhouser. Ada was the daughter of Lemuel and Bettie Litten. She had at least one sister named Ida, and a brother.

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Portrait of George W. Funkhouser and his first wife, Ada (Litten) Funkhouser. They were married in 1914 at Zion Lutheran Parsonage. George was 20 years old, lived in Shenandoah County and was the son of Paul and Miranda (Polk) Funkhouser. Ada was the…

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Portrait of George W. Funkhouser and his first wife, Ada (Litten) Funkhouser. They were married in 1914 at Zion Lutheran Parsonage. George was 20 years old, lived in Shenandoah County and was the son of Paul and Miranda (Polk) Funkhouser. Ada was the…

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Portrait of Willard Shirley Funkhouser (who went by Shirley) standing in his police officer uniform. Later in life, he had a grocery store at Shirley's Corner in Calvary.

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Portrait of Charles Monroe Fravel, son of Thomas H. Fravel and Nettie Carey Funkhouser. Charles was born on March 11, 1917, in Woodstock and died in Basye on January 16, 2005. He married a young woman named Mabel from Orkney Springs and moved to…

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Photograph of Lizzie Funkhouser Miller perched on a rail fence outside.

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Mr. Willard Shirley Funkhouser (who went by Shirley) ran Shirley's Corner Grocery west of Woodstock on Route 42.

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Frank Funkhouser pictured with his family. Mr. Funkhouser was a school teacher and his son, Austin, was killed in action during World War II.

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Woman seated on a chair. The name "Maud Funkhouser" is written on the glass plate.

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Arlene Smoot Dellinger Barb as a young woman. She was the daughter of Russell and Lula (Funkhouser) Smoot.

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Left to right: Lizzie Funkhouser (later, Miller), Robbie Fletcher (later, Mumaw), and Fanny Ryman (later, Delawder). These three friends from the Conicville area were in Woodstock one day and decided to have their picture taken. Lizzie later went to…

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Subject was from Funkhouser family who settled in Jerome. He worked for many years as a railroad mail clerk in Washington, D.C.

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Color postcard with a picture of the Shenandoah River at "Lewis Funkhouser's Ford" located east of Woodstock Virginia.
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