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John C. Ryman

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Title

John C. Ryman

Subject

Ryman, John Charles (1918-2003)

Description

John C. Ryman, pictured as a young man and wearing a suit and tie.

John was a lifelong Woodstock area farmer and member of Valley Pike Church of the Brethren. His parents were Edward Andrew (1891-1978) and Sudie Frances (Hoffman) (1891-1965) Ryman.

John registered for the WWII draft at the town hall in Woodstock where he reported that he was single and lived on his family’s farm. At that time, he was described as being 5’8” tall and 140 pounds.

He married in August 1951, when he was in his early thirties. His bride was Dorothy Elizabeth Coleman, born in Summit Point, West Virginia. She was the 19-year old daughter of Daniel Alexander and Nellie Catherine (Bauserman) Coleman. When she married, she lived in Woodstock.

The couple spent 52 years together and had a daughter, Shirley (Ryman) French.

Creator

Morrison Studio

Source

Morrison Studio Collection - Shenandoah County Historical Society

Publisher

Shenandoah County Library

Date

labelled "Jan 1938" on box of plates.

Contributor

June B. Hochman identified the subject in 2009 and indicated he was deceased.
Additional biographical information was compiled from public records.

Rights

IN COPYRIGHT - NON-COMMERCIAL USE PERMITTED

Identifier

006724

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Glass Plate Negative

Citation

Morrison Studio, “John C. Ryman,” Shenandoah County Library Archives, accessed May 28, 2024, https://archives.countylib.org/items/show/40487.

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