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The name, "Chas. Miller" was written on the glass plate of this image showing a young man in military uniform.
Portrait identified as "Mrs. Johnny Miller."

Most likely Eunice May Jenkins Miller (1912-1997).
The name, "Owen Zirkle", was written at the bottom of the glass plate of this image.

We believe the boy pictured was actually the son of Owen Nathaniel and Audrey Adeline (Miller) Zirkle from New Market. His name was Lew Arden Zirkle.

The name, "Sarah Miller", is written on the glass plate of this image of three children, probably siblings.
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…
Portrait of Hazel Bertha Helsley and her husband Albert Wilkins.

Hazel was the youngest chlid of George W. and Sarah Elizabeth (Lutz) Helsley. She was given to Jacob and Virginia Miller as a two year old and raised by them.
Portrait of Anna (Miller) Huffman as a young woman.
Photo of a framed photograph of Anna Catherine Miller (1927-1993) wearing a graduation cap and gown. She was the daughter of Charles Lester Miller and Stella Alice Wetzel Miller Bradford. She married Eugene W. Hassler, Jr. and their children were:…
Portrait of Annie E. (Miller) Spiker in her later years.
Archie M. Miller was born on September 16, 1926 at Riles Run, close to Conicville, and died on October 7, 1980. His parents were Sheridan Miller and Lizzie Funkhouser. His mother brought him to the studio for this portrait to be done when he was six…
Portrait of Quay Funkhouser and Audrey Miller Funkhouser when they were young.

Quay was the son of James William (1884-1936) and Daisy Ozella (Sine) (1885-1949) Funkhouser. He was from rural Edinburg (born in Columbia Furnace) and was a farmer…
Barbara (left) and Katherine "Kitty" (right) Miller as young girls. Their parents were Joanna "Joan" F. (Sherman) and Marshall Leon Miller. Barbara's married name was Lambert and Kitty's was Young. Barbara lived from 1936 to 2018. She was a graduate…
Portrait of Bertie May Carrier Rhinehart holding her very young daughter, Virginia M. Rhinehart Rutz.

Bertie was the daughter of Samuel V. (1851-1930) and Virginia Lind (Miller) (1857-1917) Carrier. She married George Rolle Rhinehart (1874-1945)…
Charles Russell Miller standing next to his wife, Vernie Miller, who is seated. They lived in Mt. Jackson.

Charles Russell Miller was the son of James E. and Fannie (Dodson) MIller. He owned a farm just south of Mt. Jackson.

Photograph of Charles Adam Ritenour, on the left, with his older brother, Clyde Wayne Ritenour, on the right. They were the children of Clyde Maynard (1906-1968) and Isabel (Clem) (1906-1988) Ritenour. They grew up in Fort Valley.

Charles Adam was…
Photograph of Miss Charlotte Jordan who was selected to be the "May Queen" at Triplett High School in Mt. Jackson.

Charlotte was born in Mt. Jackson to Ira Vernon Jordan, Sr. and Dottie Lorraine (Litten) Jordan. She worked as a bookkeeper until…
Portrait of Charlotte Jordan as the May Queen of Triplett High School in Mt. Jackson. She is seated on a bench wearing a long white gown with a crown and holding a bouquet of flowers.

Charlotte was born in Mt. Jackson to Ira Vernon Jordan, Sr.…
Postcard with a picture of the Cora Miller Memorial Hospital located in Woodstock Virginia.

Photograph of eight female dancers dressed in folk costumes.

A few of them have been identified. They are (l to r): Mildred "Muggsie" Sherman, ?, ?, Eunice L. Morrison, ?, ?, Katherine (Miller) Emswiler, and Isabel (Henshaw) Coverstone.

Photograph of a group of young women posed in dance costumes.

Identified are (l to r): ?, Virginia Saum, Eunice Morrison, ? Miller, ?, Emma Lou (Stoner) Golliday.
Postcard with a picture of a tombstone with the name Miller cut at Rion South Carolina and placed in the Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock Virginia.

Photograph of Fred Miller and Debbie Wakeman at the Shenandoah County Fair in 2000.
Photograph of two sisters, Diane (left) and Wanda Miller.

This photograph was taken when Wanda came to Virginia with her infant daughter.
Portrait of Dick Miller as a toddler. His father was Dr. Harold Miller, Sr., who practiced family medicine.
Portrait of Dorothy Bauserman Finks as a young woman.

Dorothy was born in Toms Brook, daughter of Russell P. and Beulah (Miller) Bauserman. She graduated from Toms Brook High School in 1944. This photograph was most likely taken while she was…
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