Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Portrait of Katie Virginia (Bushong) Shrum as a young woman.

Katie was the daughter of Aaron Allen (1863-1935) and Rebecca (Bauserman) (1858-1934) Bushong. In the 1900 census, she and her parents lived at her mother’s family’s home in the Davis…

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Portrait of Mr. Ted Bauserman, father of Central High School's former football coach, Jack Bauserman.

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Portrait of Dorothy Bauserman Finks as a young woman.

Dorothy was born in Toms Brook, daughter of Russell P. and Beulah (Miller) Bauserman. She graduated from Toms Brook High School in 1944. This photograph was most likely taken while she was…

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Portrait of Charlotte Bauserman Helsley with short curly hair.

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…

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The name, "C. Bauserman" is written on the glass plate of this image of a young man wearing a suit.

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Portrait of James Earl Bauserman.

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Photograph of the workshop used by Byrd Bauserman in his work as an electrician. The shop was located on East Hughes Street in Woodstock.

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Side view of the workshop of Byrd Bauserman, an electrician whose shop was located on East Hughes Street in Woodstock.

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Photograph of the front of a workshop on East Hughes Street in Woodstock that was used by an electrician named Byrd Bauserman in the 1940s.

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Group of mostly unidentified Woodstock High School students posed at the main entrance.

Three people are identified in this picture. They are on the second row, far right. Pictured are, from left to right, Edward L. "Dick" Wickham, Martin Luther…

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The name "Bauserman" is written on the glass plate of this photograph of two young girls standing next to a toy bird cage.

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Charles Russell Miller standing next to his wife, Vernie Miller, who is seated. They lived in Mt. Jackson.

Charles Russell Miller was the son of James E. and Fannie (Dodson) MIller. He owned a farm just south of Mt. Jackson.

Vernie…

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Photograph of Ida (Gochenour) Bauserman with her great nieces, Eula (Reynolds) Swartz (left) and Ruth Virginia Reynolds (right).

Ida (Gochenour) Bauserman was the daughter of Samuel and Mary Susan Gochenour and the wife of William…

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Portrait of Ida (Gochenour) Bauserman taken only a year or two before she died.

Ida was the daughter of Samuel and Mary Susan Gochenour and the wife of William Bauserman.

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Photograph of Roy Beydler and his wife, Clara Bell (Bauserman) Beydler.

Roy was a farmer from Woodstock. His parents were William Franklin and Viola (Borden) Beydler.

Clara was the daughter of Jeremiah and Barbara (Burner) Bauserman.

They…

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Photograph of Clarence Ellis Bauserman and his twin sister, Clara Bell (Bauserman) Beydler.

They were the youngest of six children born to Jeremiah and Barbara Alice (Burner) Bauserman. Their father died when they were quite young. They grew up in…

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Photograph of Clarence Ellis Bauserman as a young man.

Clarence was the youngest son of Jeremiah and Barbara Alice (Burner) Bauserman from the Woodstock area. He had a twin sister, Clara B. Bauserman.

In the 1900 census, Clarence's mother was…

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Portrait of David and Daisy Estep with their daughters, Thelma and Zora, posed in studio. Mrs. Estep and Zora are wearing large hats decorated with flowers.

Back row (L to R): Daisy Mauck Estep and David F. Estep
Front row (L to R): Thelma Estep…

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Photograph of June Ogden Bauserman as a toddler. June was born in Maurertown to Harlin Ray and Thelma (Estep) Bauserman. The 1940 census found June living in the Johnston District with her parents and two older brothers.

She married Larry Ott…

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Portrait of the Bauserman siblings posed in studio as children.

Pictured Left to Right: Donald R. Bauserman, June (Bauserman) Hockman, and Charles D. Bauserman. Another daughter, Judy, was born after this photograph was taken.

They were the…

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Photograph of three men.

Identified (l to r) are: Raymond F. Miller, Martin Luther Bauserman and unidentified young man.

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Charlotte Bauserman as a young woman sitting on a stone bench.

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…

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Photograph of Dorothy Bauserman's school portrait. The school portrait has a border with the words "School Days" on the top and "1942-43" on the bottom.

Dorothy was born in Toms Brook, daughter of Russell P. and Beulah (Miller) Bauserman. She…

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John C. Ryman, pictured as a young man and wearing a suit and tie.

John was a lifelong Woodstock area farmer and member of Valley Pike Church of the Brethren. His parents were Edward Andrew (1891-1978) and Sudie Frances (Hoffman) (1891-1965)…

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Doris Emma Bauserman Bagnell pictured as a young woman.

Doris was originally from the Zion Church area near Headquarters in Shenandoah County. She later lived in Fishers Hill near Strasburg.

Her husband was Harry James Bagnell, Sr. (1911-1982).
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