Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Portrait of Charles "Dick" Grandstaff and Ethel (Clem) Grandstaff posed in studio.

They were married in 1934 and had four children: James Grandstaff, Nancy (Grandstaff) Shrum, Janita (Grandstaff) Giles, and Joseph Grandstaff.
Photograph of Carl Hisey and his wife Rena.

Carl Hisey was the son of Samuel & Fannie Katherine (Miller) Hisey and worked as a mailman. He married Rena Baker, daughter of Snowden & Lucy Virginia (Grandstaff) Baker.

Together, they had two sons,…
Portrait of Anna Mae (Hollar) Bowman Dellinger as a young woman with a flower in her hair.

Anna Mae was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but moved to Shenandoah County as a young child. Her parents were Aden Albert Hollar and Catherine Rebecca…
Portrait of Earl Ester Wolverton, Jr. as a young man wearing his U.S. Army uniform. Earl enlisted in the U.S. Army as a private in June 1945, near the end of WWII.

Earl was a lifelong Edinburg area resident, the son of Earl E. (1891-1952) and Lena…
Photo of a photograph of Odell Grandstaff wearing his U.S. Army uniform.

Odell was born November 2, 1925 in Columbia Furnace. He served in the US Army's 99th Infantry Division during the Second World War and was Killed in Action on December 13,…
Portrait of Bernice Selvage Grandstaff as a young woman.
Photograph of Joycie (Grandstaff) Peer Wilkins, with her arms folded, beside Mary (Webster) Ryman.

Joycie was the daughter of James Booten and Mildred (Cook) Grandstaff. She grew up with at least four siblings.

She married Roy Lee Peer…
Photograph of Janita Fay Grandstaff Giles as a toddler.

Originally from Fort Valley, Janita was the daughter of Charles Edgar and Ethel Rebecca (Clem) Grandstaff.

She was a graduate of Strasburg High School and Winchester Hospital School of…
Portrait of (left to right): "Hughie" O. Grandstaff, his father, Hugh H. Grandstaff, and William H. Groff. this photograph represents several wars and conflicts. Hugh H. Grandstaff served in the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Insurrection…
Portrait of Hugh "Hughie" Osceola Grandstaff as a young man wearing his U.S. Army uniform. His rank was Corporal and he was a "Technician 5th Grade" during the Second World War.
Photograph of the students from Bowmans Crossing School about 1911. They are identified as:
1st row (l to r): Ruth Baker, Raymond Baker, Medger Bowers, Clarence ?, Joe Bowers, Fred Grandstaff (Tip Downey), and Mertie Bowers.
2nd Row: Buford…
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).
Photograph of Louise Emily Grandstaff Foltz in her later years.
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