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Photograph showing Terry Kibler preparing to perform at the 1970 4-H talent show held at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Fred Kibler aboard an antique Case tractor at the Shenandoah County Fair, date unknown.

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Photograph of Fred Kibler and his wife Gertrude Kibler with the Woodstock Equipment Company, which he owned, at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Photograph showing Fred Kibler and his wife Gertrude with the Woodstock Equipment Company, which he owned, at the Shenandoah County Fair, unknown date.

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Portrait of John William Sheetz and his wife, Johanna (Rosenberger) Sheetz when they were young.

John grew up in Calvary, near Woodstock, the son of Daniel Haun Sheetz (1842-1899) and Lydia (Phillips) Sheetz (1841-1897). He was a lifelong farmer…

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Helen Kibler Markley as a 9 month old. She lived on W. High Street in Woodstock and was the daughter of Noah Kibler and Gertie Sheetz Kibler. She also had a brother named Ray Kibler.

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Portrait of Alfred Lee Kibler, Sr. and his sister, Clara Kibler.

This is a copy of an earlier Morrison Studio image 004998.


They were the children of George W. Kibler and Sarah Frances Showalter. Clara Kibler married George Golladay

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Portrait of Amon Kibler, seated, and his wife, Beulah Riffee Kibler, standing by his side.

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Photograph of James Mayberry Artz, seated left, with his oldest daughter, Lois, and his wife, Lettie (Schaeffer) Artz, beside him.

James M. Artz was born in Hardy County, West Virginia, the eldest of at least six children born to James Peter…

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Gyneth Kibler pictured as a young girl. Her father was Clarence Kibler and she married Bill Pence.

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Portrait of Eldena Myers Kibler as a young woman.

Her parents were Leonard Eugene and Elizabeth Alice (Myers) Kibler. She was a 1944 graduate of Woodstock High School and attended Woodstock Business School. Eldena worked as a file clerk and…

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Portrait of Eldena Myers Kibler as a young woman.

Her parents were Leonard Eugene and Elizabeth Alice (Myers) Kibler. She was a 1944 graduate of Woodstock High School and attended Woodstock Business School. Eldena worked as a file clerk and…

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Portrait of a young Audrey Kibler.

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Portrait of Ann Kibler Dellinger as a young woman.

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Photograph of the Kibler family. Seated in front are: William Clarence Kibler and his wife, Cora (Didawick) Kibler. Standing behind them are Robert Clinton Kibler (left) and William Lee Kibler (right).

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Photograph of workers in Asa A. Sheetz' apple orchard west of Woodstock on Narrow Passage Creek. Identified are (l to r): Edgar Kibler, Darus Kibler, Hugh Peters, ?, ?, Asa A Sheetz (behind grader), Noah Sheetz, ?, ?, ?, ?, John Swartz and Jacob…

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Large home located at 336 S. Main Street in Woodstock, Virginia. For years, it was the home of George R. Golladay and his second wife, Clara (Kibler) Golladay. They may be the unidentified people on the porch in this image.

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Photograph of the cast of the four-act comedy, "An Arizona Cowboy," on stage at the Calvary School, located near Woodstock. The play was presented on April 3rd, raising $36.50, and April 4th, raising $31.00. String music and singing was provided by…

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Portrait of Roy Lee Kibler and his wife, Georgia Rhinehart, as a young couple.

Roy was the son of Noah Samuel and Gertrude (Sheetz) Kibler. He died unexpectedly of appendicitis after being married only 6 years leaving behind a daughter, Helen…

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Portrait of Truman and Hilda (Santmiers) Kibler when they were young.

William Truman Kibler was from Edinburg, the son of William Rodney and Lucy Dell (Riffey) Kibler. He married Hilda Catherine Santmiers in February 1938 in Woodstock. She was…

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Portrait of siblings Alfred Lee Kibler, Sr. and Clara Kibler Golladay. They were the children of George W. Kibler and Sarah Frances Showalter Kibler. Clara was married to George Golladay.

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Portrait of Mr. Melvin Kibler and his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Rutz Kibler, as a young couple. They lived in Toms Brook, VA and had three children.

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Portrait of Lucy D. Riffey as a young woman. She was the daughter of William Harvey (1844-1941) and Sara Maranda (1844-1918) (Hollar) Riffey.

She married Rodney William Kibler (1892-1954). He was a farmer and they lived in the Stonewall District…

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The name, "Kibler" is written on the glass plate of this image of a woman standing beside a wicker chair.

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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…
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