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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…
Lawrence Keller wearing a military uniform with his sister, Rena (Keller) Wolverton.
Portrait of Catherine (Vann) Keller as a young woman.

Catherine was born in Columbia Furnace but lived in Strasburg for much of her life. She was the daughter of Leo Oliver and Hannah Jane Markley Vann.

Her husband was Donald Ray…
Damaged image of the birth certificate for Irwin Ellsworth Keller in Shenandoah County.

Irwin was born in Woodstock, the son of Davenport (1874-1932) and Pearl Rebecca (Hottle) (1885-1959) Keller.

He entered military service during WWII and…
Lawrence Keller as a young man standing beside a studio prop.
Portrait of Jay Hunter Stickley of Woodstock, VA as a young man.

Mr. Stickley was born in 1918, in Monessen, Pennsylvania. He was the son of the late Robert Elmer (1893-1973) and Nelle (Keller) (1893-1983) Stickley, of Woodstock. He served in the…
Portrait of Mary Frances Burner Didawick as a young woman. She was the daughter of W.L. and Marilla (Keller) Burner and married Glenn Harry Didawick (1897-1959) sometime around 1920.

Glenn H. Didawick was the son of Thomas J. and Ida Alice…
John Willis, of Lebanon Church, with his two daughters, Della Retta (Willis) Stover (left) and Stella Mae (Willis) Keller (right).

Della Retta Willis married David S. Stover.

Stella Mae Willis married Albert Eugene Keller. The Keller family…
Portrait of Elder William Peters later in his life. In this photograph, he is seated on a chair with an open book on his lap. He is best remembered as having organized and help build the Church of the Brethren in Fort Valley. This church is also…
Large group of people assembled for a reunion picnic at what is now the Hottel-Keller Memorial site off Back Road near Mt. Olive. The words, "Hottel-Keller Memorial Association" and the date, "Aug. 23rd, 1934" appear on the glass plate.
Photograph of a very large group gathering for the Hottle-Keller Memorial Association on August 23, 1934. The group of unidentified individuals are gathered outdoors for this photograph.
Portrait of Delane Keller as a young woman. Born in Maurertown in 1902, she was the daughter of Philip Nevin and Mary Roberta Spiker Keller. Her siblings were Louise Keller Holland, Irving L., and Philip N. Keller. She died in 1995 in Woodstock. Her…
Portrait of Glenn Henry Didawick, and his wife, Mary Frances Burner Didawick when they were young.

Glenn H. Didawick was the son of Thomas J. and Ida Alice (Sheetz) Didawick. His wife was the daughter of W.L. and Marilla (Keller) Burner. They…
Photograph of Roy and Ruth (Keller) Richman when they were young. The image was made around the time of their wedding.

Roy Lee Richman was the 9th child born to Isaac Milton (1856-1950) and Mary Catherine (Sager) (1858-1935) Richman. When he…
The name, "Keller", appears on the plate for this group photograph of four young children, probably siblings.
Photograph of Thelma Eileen Hepner when she was young.

She married Carl Bauman Keller (1900-1984) in 1922 and lived in Winchester for many years.
Lawrence Keller pictured in his U.S. Army uniform.
Portrait of James Durwood Hepner wearing his U.S. Navy uniform.

His wife was Jane (Keller) Hepner (1924-2004).
Photograph of Rena May Keller Wolverton taken in about 1911.
Portrait of James D. Hepner wearing his U.S. Navy overcoat.

His wife was Jane (Keller) Hepner (1924-2004).
Photo of a newspaper clipping showing picture of Reverend Levi Keller who was a pastor from 1850 to 1860, and 1867 to 1871.
Photograph of Laura Catherine (Keller) Baker wearing a long dress with gloves and a hat.

Laura was from Fisher’s Hill near Strasburg. Her parents were John Henry (1850-1927) and Emma Catherine (Hockman) (1853-1937) Keller.

She married Sidney…
Portrait of two siblings, Margaret and Samuel Lester Rutz, as children. Margaret and Samuel were born to Jacob H. Rutz (1857-1937) and his first wife, Emma Alice (Feller) (1861-1910) Rutz. They lived in Toms Brook.

Margaret grew up and married…

Photograph showing the "Hottel Keller Memorial Association" on August 23, 1934. The photograph was taken by Woodstock photographer Hugh Morrison during the family's reunion held at an unknown location. The memorial association later became the…
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