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Portrait of Stanley Noah Helsley, Jr. (left) and his sister, Phyllis Helsley, as young children. Another brother, Robert, was born after this photograph was taken. Their parents were Stanley N. Helsley Sr. and Mabel (Burner) Helsley, of…
Photograph of Hazel B. (Helsley) Wilkins as a young woman.

Hazel was the daughter of George W. and Sarah Elizabeth (Lutz) Helsley. When she was about 2 years old, she was given to Jacob and Virginia (Sine) Miller, who raised her.

She married…
Photograph of (l to r) Virginia (Sine) Miller, her husband, Jacob W. Miller, and their foster daughter, Hazel Bertha Helsley.

Hazel was given to the Millers when she was 2 years old. Her biological parents were George W. Helsley and Sarah…
Portrait of Hazel Bertha Helsley and her husband Albert Wilkins.

Hazel was the youngest chlid of George W. and Sarah Elizabeth (Lutz) Helsley. She was given to Jacob and Virginia Miller as a two year old and raised by them.
Photograph of the Mt. Jackson home of William "Will" Helsley (1874-1927) and his wife, Bertie (birth unknown and died 9/24/1955). The couple married on October 4, 1906, and lived in this house for many years.
Portrait of Charlotte Bauserman Helsley as a young woman.

Charlotte was the daughter of George Washington and Martha Belle (Compton) Bauserman. The 1930 census found her living in Clarke County with her parents and two sisters, Helen and Martha.…
Portrait of Noah Robert Helsley, son of Davis and Sarah Dellinger Helsley. His wife was Bessie George, with whom he had three sons. Mr. Helsley was born on December 29, 1883 and died on October 2, 1952. He is buried in Columbia Furnace where he lived…
The name, "Betty Helsley" was written on the glass plate of this image a young woman.
Portrait of Mary Jane Helsley who later married William Walker.
Portrait of Phyllis Helsley Ryan as a young woman.
Portrait of Dickie Walker, son of William and Mary Frances Helsley Walker.
William Helsley wearing his U.S. Army uniform that indicates he served in an Armored Division.
Group of Strasburg High School students posed in front of the section of the school that later burned. The following students have been identified: Front row (l to r) ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, Marjorie Lichliter, John Saum; 2nd row (l to r): ?, ?, ?, ?, ?,…
Richard A. Helsey, on the left, with his younger brother, Terry L. Helsey. The wings pictured on Richard's lapel indicated he was an Aviation Cadet. He was sworn into the Army Air Corps on March 9, 1944.
Martin J. Helsley as a baby. He lived from 1911 - 1998.

Scan of an elementary certificate issued to Conrad Allen Helsley for successfully completing the course of study at Toms Brook Elementary School. It was issued on May 31, 1963.
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