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Photograph of six of the seven children born to Sandy Scott Williams (1897-1985) and his wife, Marie Beatrice (Smith) Williams (1907-2007). Pictured are: (Back row, l to r) Margaret A., Archie Stuart, and John Sandy; (Front row, l to r) Paul Thomas,…
Portrait of Marie Beatrice Smith Williams, a long-time and well-known resident of Strasburg.

She married Sandy Scott Williams and together, they raised their six children on B Street (now called Branch Street).

Marie lived to be 100 years old…
Teacher Genevieve McClain, seated, surrounded by three of her students. Identified are: (l to r) Alfonzo Smith, ?, Daniel Smith. Alfonso and Daniel were brothers.

Genevieve D. Robinson was born in Douglas Grove, Berkley County, West Virginia, to…
Photo of a photograph of two separate images of Milton "Skeets" Coffman Sr.

Milton was born in Florida, the son of Berna Walton (1871-1955) and Alberta Gertrude (Walker) (1894-1965) Coffman. He had a twin sister, Martha Alice (Coffman)…
Photograph of the marriage certificate for Milton Coffman, of Woodstock, and Alma Deloris Smith, of Piedmont, West Virginia. They were married on November 9, 1942 in Piedmont, WV at the Trinity Methodist Church by Reverend James L. Robertson.
Portrait of Dr. Roy Clyde Fravel (1882-1951), son of Charles F. and Ida (Hottel) Fravel. He married Adelaide Smith and their only son, Peyton Fravel, was killed during WWII in France. Dr. Fravel is buried in Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
Portrait of Marie Williams, wife of Sandy Scott Williams, of Strasburg. She was born on February 20, 1907 and lived to be 100 years old. She led a life filled with community service including fifteen years on the Strasburg Town Council, 58 years as a…
Portrait of Shirley Hamilton Smith as a young man. His father, also named Shirley, was the President of Shenandoah Bank & Trust Co. on Court Street, Woodstock. After college, Shirley married and lived in Rochester, New York. He died in the mid-1990s.
The name, "C????? Smith" and the word, "Strasburg" is written on the glass plate of this portrait.
Group of high school students in front of the Strasburg High School. The following have been identified:
1st Row (l to r): ?, Cecilia Horan (Kirby), Marguerite Boles, Mildred Fund Gordon, Ada Lineburg, Beatrick Booth, Dorothy Lutz, Lillie Lichliter…
The name, "Smith", is written on the glass plate of the glass plate of this image of a woman standing.
The name, "Smith", is written on the glass plate of this image of a man and woman, seated, and a young girl standing between them.

Probably, this was a family portrait.
Portrait of Joseph F. Tusing from the New Market area of the County. He was the son of Elza and Anna (Smith) Tusing and the husband of Mary Catherine (Link), who died in 1909.
Portrait of Will and Emma Shipe when they were young.

William C. “Will” Shipe and Emma Lee (Lichliter) Shipe were lifelong Fort Valley residents and farmers. Will was the son of John and Isabelle (Smith) Shipe while Emma was the daughter of…
Martha was daughter of John J. Burner and Ellen Smith Burner. Her first husband was Milton Ritenour and her second husband was Mayberry Clem.
Portrait of William Henry Burner as a young man.

He was from Fort Valley, the son of John Jacob (1844-1923) and Ellen M. (Smith) (1849-1928) Burner.

His wife was Nettie Mabel (Ritenour) Burner (1881-1932). He and his wife had several children…
Portrait of Nettie M. (Ritenour) Burner from the early 20th century. Born in Fort Valley, she was the daughter of George Morgan (1854-1920) and Sarah Frances (McInturff) (1854-1927) Ritenour.

She married William Henry Burner (1875-1966), a farmer…

Smith Herbaugh.jpg
Photograph of Herbaugh Smith from the book "Service Record World War I and II, Woodstock and Vicinity."
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