Shenandoah County Library Archives

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The name, "Carson Golliday" is written on the glass plate of this image of him standing by a chair.

Carson was born in New Market and grew up in Edinburg, where he helped his parents, Isaac Dereilus and Eleonora C. Golliday, with the family’s…

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Portrait of Sydney Funkhouser as a young man.

Sydney was born in Alum Springs, near Basye, to Floyd Fletcher and Grace Virginia (Nealy) Funkhouser. He was working for Mr. William R. Bryce in Basye when he registered for the WWII draft.

Sydney…

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Portrait of two girls. The younger one on the right is Margaret May (Strickler) Sheetz. She is holding the hand of an older girl, probably her sister.

Margaret Strickler was born in Woodstock, daughter of the late Joseph William (1882-1961) and…

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Portrait of Jane (Cooley) Sibert as a young woman. Jane went to school in Woodstock and was the daughter of Elmer Lee and Edna Lee (Fogle) Cooley.

In 1948, she married Amos Paul Sibert (1920-2002), the son of Jacob Noah and Annie (Strickler)…

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Group of students from Woodstock High School, circa 1928. Those that have been identified include: Estaline Funk (second row, second from the left), Margaret Magruder (first row, first on the left), and Eunice Lawman Morrison (first row, second on…

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Portrait of Stanley Tobias Clem (1927-2009) wearing his Civil Air Patrol uniform. The markings on his shoulder indicate he was a cadet in this photo.

Stanley was one of at least ten children born to Tobias Samuel (1887-1957) and Maggie Catherine…

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Portrait of L. Mae (Strickler) Carper as a young woman.

Mae Strickler was born in Strasburg to John T. and Mae Barham Strickler. She was a 1940 graduate of Strasburg High School and a member of the Strasburg United Methodist Church.

She moved…

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The name, "Stanley Clem" and the date, "11/28/44" was written on the glass plate of this image of a young man.

After further research, we believe this is Stanley Tobias Clem, one of at least ten children born to Tobias Samuel (1887-1957) and…

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The name, "Strickler", appears on the plate for this image of two people and their dog in costume.

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Photograph of the Bushong Farm located in the New Market Battlefield State Historical Park north of New Market, Virginia. The Federal-styled home was built in 1825 to accommodate Jacob Bushong and Sarah Strickler's growing family.

The 1864…

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Fort Egypt, a large log house, is a historic landmark in Page County, Virginia and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Built of 20"-25" diameter logs dovetailed at the corners, Fort Egypt has a massive stone chimney in the…

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Harry W. Strickler, Sr., shown in his U.S. Army uniform from the WWI era. Mr. Strickler died in 1979.
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