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Photo of a framed school photograph of Dorothy Frances (Good) Gochenour from the 1940-1941 academic year, probably her senior year of high school.

Dorothy was born in Maurertown, to William Joseph and Ruth Emma (Coffman) Good, a farming family. In…
Portrait of Anna Elizabeth Feller as a young girl standing on a chair in studio.

Her parents were Luther C. (1905-1958) and Ethel M. (Gochenour) (1910-1988) Feller, of Maurertown.

Anna never married and is buried with her parents in Mount Zion…
Photograph of two brothers: Herman K. (left) and Landon Lee (right) Gochenour. Their parents were William Jonas (1882-1939) and Arbelia (Keller) (1888-1961) Gochenour.

The 1940 census for the Stonewall District found Landon listed as the Head of…
Photograph of Stanley Richman, seated, with his wife, Clara (Gochenour) Richman, standing beside him.

Stanley Alden Richman was the son of Isaac M. and Mary Catherine (Sager) Richman, a farming couple. The 1920 census found Stanley living and…
The name, “Mrs. Syd Newman” is written on the glass plate of the image of these two young boys posed together.

After some research, we believe It is possible the boy on the left was Stanley Franklin Gochenour (1914-2000) and the boy on the right…
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.
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…
Photo of two separate images. The couple on the left are unidentified.

The school photo on the right is of Ruth (Townes) Gochenour, born in Washington D.C., to John Franklin Townes and Mary Sarah Ambrose.

This photograph was taken after she,…
Photograph of Irving and Mary Gochenour when they were young. Mary is wearing a large flower corsage on her lapel. Possibly, this was a wedding photograph.

Irving was born in Woodstock, the son of Oscar Martin (1887-1945) and Lucy May (1893-1992)…
Portrait of Harold and Flora (Gochenour) Coffman standing together in the studio. Flora is wearing a flowered corsage on her dress. This picture was taken around the time of their marriage.

Harold was the son of Noah Walter (1876-1948) and…
Portrait of Lodema (Gochenour) Lindamood as a young woman. She was the daughter of Oscar Gochenour and had a sister and many brothers.
Portrait of Flora (Gochenour) Coffman as a young woman.

Flora was a resident of Maurertown Virginia.
Portrait of Susie Wakeman Gochenour Hottle.
Photograph of Jessie Lee (Beatley) Gochenour wearing a hat and standing with one hand on her hip.

Jessie lived in the Woodstock area. She was the third child of 11 born to William Clifton and Catherine "Katie Belle" (Heishman) Beatley.

Portrait of Clara Gochenour Cochran standing beside a chair.
A portrait of a baby with a full head of hair seated on a wicker chair. "Gochenour" is inscribed on the glass plate.
Photograph of the Reynolds Family. Pictured from left to right: (Back row) Rachel (Reynolds) Wetzel, John Calvin Reynolds, Evla (Reynolds) Swartz, and Paul Reynolds. J. Clinton "Clint" Reynolds and his wife, Florence (Gochenour) Reynolds are seated…
Portrait of Helen Virginia (Gochenour) Wilkins, smiling slightly, and looking off to the side.

Helen was the daughter of John Robert "Rob" Gochenour and Effie Rebecca (Kipps) Gochenour.

She married Richard Gideon Wilkins and had three…
Portrait of Frances Barrick Gochenour, wife of David Gochenour. In 2002, she lived on Wakeman's Grove Road.
Photograph of Helen Gochenour Palvodia with her two children: (left) Barbara and (right) Stanley Palvodia, Jr.
Portrait of Elizabeth Gochenour Cox from Maurertown. She had a sister, Dolly, who married a Vormbrock.
Portrait of Dolly Gochenour Vormbrock of Maurertown. Her sister was Elizabeth Gochenour Cox.
Photograph of Jacob and Lydia (Stout) Gochenour taken around the time of their marriage in 1940.

They had a son, Charles Gochenour, and an adopted daughter, Barbara Wilkins Gochenour.
This image of Levi Benjamin Gochenour appears to be a cropped version from a large group photo. The man with the beard is unidentified.
Photograph of Lydia J. (Stout) Gochenour seated on a bench in the studio.

Lydia was the daughter of Charles Monroe and Lillie Belle (Dellinger) Stout. She married Jacob Samuel Gochenour (1915-1989) in 1940. The couple had at least one son,…
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