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Photograph of Clifford Clark Crabill as a young boy.

Known as Clark, he was from Strasburg, the son of Charles Marion (1885-1952) and Hattie Belle (Stickley) (1884-1957) Crabill.

When he registered for the WWII draft, he lived with his parents…

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Photograph of Clifford Clark Crabill as a young boy.

Known as Clark, he was from Strasburg, the son of Charles Marion (1885-1952) and Hattie Belle (Stickley) (1884-1957) Crabill.

When he registered for the WWII draft, he lived with his parents…

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Damaged photograph of three generations. Emma May (Crabill) Wright (left) holding her son Stanley Crabill Wright Sr., and standing beside her seated mother, Elizabeth Ann (Crabill) Crabill.

Emma's husband was Wade Hamption Wright (1877-1953).

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Photograph of the Girls' Basketball Team of Strasburg High School in 1925.

The players have been identified as: Standing (l to r) Georgia C. Purvis, Edna Catharine Stine, Lois V. McInturff; and seated (l to r) Anna Snapp, Janie Lee Borden, and…

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Portrait of Gloria Crabill as a young woman. She grew up in Strasburg and was the daughter of the late Ralph B. and Eula E. Crabill.

Gloria graduated from Strasburg High School and Winchester Business College. She was employed as a secretary at…

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Evelyn M. Wolverton, shirtless, and seated on a bench as a toddler.

Evelyn was the daughter of Fred Gordon (1891-1983) and Rena May (Keller) (1893-1974) Wolverton.

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Photograph of Harvey Hoffman standing beside his wife, Alice (Crabill) Hoffman.

The couple married in May 1947 so this photograph was taken a couple of years after their wedding.

Harvey was the son of Walter Harvey and Martha Jane (Clem)…

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A photograph of Eugene and Mary Crabill, married in 1952. They owned and operated Crabill's Meat Market in Toms Brook, Virginia. In this photograph, they sit holding hands on a couch. Mr. Crabill is wearing a suit and Mrs. Crabill is wearing a dress.

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Photograph of Mrs. Helen Peer holding her oldest son, Phil. She wanted this image to send to her husband, Kenneth Keller Peer (1915-1990), who was stationed with the U.S. Army in Chicago, Illinois, at the time.

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Portrait of Louise Virginia (Hollar) Crabill as a young woman.

She was the daughter of Edward R. and Lucy A. (Rhinehart) Hollar.

Her husband was Joseph B. Crabill, Sr.

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Portrait of Eva Crabill as a young woman. Her parents were Luther Frank (1880-1969) and Grace Marie (Hottel) (1892-1974) Crabill.

She married Frank Robert Reid in 1968 in Arlington, Virginia, and divorced in 2000.

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The name, "Crabill", is written on the glass plate of this image of a young girl standing beside a wicker chair.

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Group photograph of Pleasant Grove School's class of 1911-1912. Zelia Mae Hoover Wakeman is the first girl on the left in the second row. she attended the Pleasant Grove School through 7th grade. Her teacher was Perry F. Crabill.

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Two unidentified women standing in front of Samuel Crabill's home on Ridgely Road in Woodstock. The house was east of Route 11 and was demolished some time after 1943. Samuel Crabill's wife's maiden name was Windle.

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Unidentified people standing in the doorway of a large barn on Samuel Crabill's farm located on Ridgeley Road, Woodstock.

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Photograph of Sam Crabill's farm on Ridgely Road in Woodstock. Sam's wife was a Windle. The farm buildings are no longer there.

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Portrait of sisters, Estaline (left) and Louise (right) Funk, as young children. Their parents were Charles Milton (1880-1972) and Syvilla F. (Foltz) (1884-1913) Funk, from Woodstock.

In 1930, the sisters lived with their widowed father on West…

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Portrait of sisters, Estaline (left) and Louise (right) Funk, as young children. Their parents were Charles Milton (1880-1972) and Syvilla F. (Foltz) (1884-1913) Funk, from Woodstock.

In 1930, the sisters lived with their widowed father on West…

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Portrait of Vergie (Sheffler) Crabill with hair pinned up and hands in lap.

Vergie was the daughter of J.B. and Ann R. Sheffler. Her father was born in Pennsylvania and her mother in Maryland. In 1880, she appeared as a 1-year old with her family…

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Photograph showing Agnes Crabill and Effie Stickley. It is labeled "taken at home in summer of 1904 or 1905."

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Photograph of Ralph Crabill from the book "Service Record World War I and II, Woodstock and Vicinity."

Ralph B. Crabill (1895-1963) was employed as a jeweler in Strasburg when he was drafted on October 4 1917. He deployed to France on June 7 1918…
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