Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Portrait of Sydney Funkhouser as a young man.

Sydney was born in Alum Springs, near Basye, to Floyd Fletcher and Grace Virginia (Nealy) Funkhouser. He was working for Mr. William R. Bryce in Basye when he registered for the WWII draft.

Sydney…

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Portrait of Willard Shirley Funkhouser (who went by Shirley) posed in studio. He was the owner and proprietor of Shirley's Corner Grocery at Calvary, west of Woodstock.

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Portrait of Charles Monroe Fravel and his wife, Mabel Virginia (Fansler) Fravel. Charles was born in Woodstock to Thomas Hottel (1890-1949) and Nettie Cary (Funkhouser) (1881-1945) Fravel. Mabel was born in her family's home in Basye, Virginia, the…

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Portrait of Quay Funkhouser and Audrey Miller Funkhouser when they were young.

Quay was the son of James William (1884-1936) and Daisy Ozella (Sine) (1885-1949) Funkhouser. He was from rural Edinburg (born in Columbia Furnace) and was a farmer…

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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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Louise Wakeman (seated) and John Paul Funkhouser (standing) when they were children.

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Portrait of Madison Monroe Funkhouser and his wife, Emma Jane (Maphis) Funkhouser.

Both are buried in Riverview Cemetery in Strasburg.

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Photo of an older photograph of Sylvanus and Virginia (Showman) Mumaw with six of their children. Another child of theirs, William H. Mumaw, died in 1879, only 2 years old, and well before this photograph was taken.

Identified (l to r) are:…

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Portrait of Charles Monroe Fravel, son of Thomas H. (1890-1949) and Nettie Carey (Funkhouser) (1881-1945) Fravel.

In 1940, Charles worked as an assistant to the mortician, V.L. Dellinger, in Woodstock. When he registered for the WWII draft, he…

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Millson Sheetz French and his older brother, Warren Ballinger French, Jr. seated together as very young children.

They were the first two of ten children born to Lena Belle (Sheetz) (1895-1976) and Warren Ballinger (1888-1973) French of…

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Millson Sheetz French and his older brother, Warren Ballinger French, Jr. seated together as very young children.

They were the first two of ten children born to Lena Belle (Sheetz) (1895-1976) and Warren Ballinger (1888-1973) French of…

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Portrait of Mamie Funkhouser Riffey Coffelt seated on a bench.

Mamie was from Mt. Jackson, the daughter of Samuel Green Funkhouser, a teacher, and Eunice Idella (Swartz) Funkhouser. She was the oldest of seven children.

Her first husband was…

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Portrait of Cary (Funkhouser) Fravel with her two sons, Thomas Hottel Fravel, Jr. (left) and Charles Monroe Fravel (right).

Nettie Cary Funkhouser married Thomas Hottel Fravel (1890-1949) in October 1915 in Woodstock. Her father was Capt. Monroe…

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Portrait of Cary (Funkhouser) Fravel with her two sons, Thomas Hottel Fravel, Jr. (left) and Charles Monroe Fravel (right).

Nettie Cary Funkhouser married Thomas Hottel Fravel (1890-1949) in October 1915 in Woodstock. Her father was Capt. Monroe…

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The name, "Hobart Funkhouser" is written on the glass plate of this portrait of a young man.

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The name, "Funkhouser" is written on the glass plate of this image of a man seated beside a woman with three children posed standing behind them.

Probably, this was a family.

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The name, "Grace Funkhouser" is written on the glass plate of this image of a woman wearing a hat with netting.

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Family photograph of Lona Hilda (Helsley) and her husband, Marvin Gilbert Funkhouser, standing behind their three daughters Seated (l to r) are: Hilda Viola Mae (Funkhouser) Cook Racey, Nancy Marie (Funkhouser) Shipp, and Doris Bernice (Funkhouser)…

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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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Portrait of Daisy Virginia (Funkhouser) Grandstaff from the forties.

Daisy was the daughter of Isaac Casper (1859-1925) and Mary Frances (Mumaw) (1875-1941) Funkhouser. She was married to Hugh H. Grandstaff (1878-1967).

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Family portrait of the Frank Funkhouser family. Pictured (l to r) are: James Franklin “Frank” Monroe, his wife, Rose Frances (Wetzel), son Clyde Wilbur and daughter, Arlene Eliza.

Frank and Rose’s oldest son, Austin Junior Funkhouser, is not…
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