Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Portrait of Starless Clayton Henry as a young man.

He was born in Luray to William R. and Virginia Belle (Henry) Henry.

By the time he registered for the WWI draft, he was married and had three children. The family lived in Martinsburg, West…
Photograph of John Daniel Clem wearing a cap and standing beside a bench in the studio.

John was from Fort Valley, the son of John A.G. and Bessie S. (Henry) Clem. His first wife, Eva Clarice, died in 1925. He married again in 1928, to Sylvia…
Portrait of the Clem family. Pictured are: (l to r) Charlie Clem, Bessie (Henry) Clem, and Dorothy Clem.

Bessie Clem was born in Page County and married John Adam Grove Clem (1870-1941) there in 1894.

Much of her married life was spent in Fort…
Heavily damaged portrait of Ada Mae Miller, of Strasburg.

Born in Front Royal, she was the daughter of Bertha Henry Cornell. She spent most of her life in Strasburg and was a lifelong member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.

She was married to…
Photograph of Davis L. Seal, son of William Otha Seal and Lula Blanche (Henry) Seal. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Photo of a photo of Charles Edward Seal (1889-1956) and his first wife, Virginia Winifred Henry Seal (1891-1941). The couple married in 1910. Charles was the son of Carl and Nannie Presgraves Seal. Vergie was the daughter of Stephen and Rebecca Lucas…
Photo of a photograph of John A.G. Clem and his wife, Bessie (Henry) Clem standing outdoors.
The name, "Henry," appeared on the plate of this portrait of a man in his U.S. Army uniform.
Photograph of Virginia Seal Hollar as a young woman. She was the daughter of William Otha (1883-1969) and Lula (Henry) (1884-1943) Seal. Her husband was A. Russell Hollar.
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