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NAME LOT BORN DIED REMARKS          
ARMSTRONG, Amanda
Rose Tomlinson
  Jan. 17, 1981 Oct. 25, 2013 Spouse: Wayne Edward ARMSTRONG. Parents: Don & Elaine KNICK TOMLINSON. Child: Austin ARMSTRONG. Sibling Tammy TOMLINSON.

Amanda Rose (Tomlinson) Armstrong, 32, of Bridgewater, passed away on Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, at her home after a courageous 32-month battle with cancer.
She was born in Roanoke, Va., on Jan. 17, 1981, and was a daughter of Don and Elaine (Knick) Tomlinson of Weyers Cave.
She graduated from Fort Defiance High School and then studied computer science at Blue Ridge Community College. After working successfully in several sales jobs, Amanda found a position that matched her great faith as well as her outgoing personality as a secretary at Bridgewater United Methodist Church.
On April 3, 2004, she was united in marriage to Wayne Edward Armstrong at Summit Church of the Brethren.
Surviving in addition to her husband and parents are a 5-year-old son, Austin Armstrong of Bridgewater; a sister, Tammy Tomlinson of Hinton, as well as Tammy's son, Dylan, daughter, Saige, fiancé, Chris Maragni, and Chris' daughter, Holly; father and mother in-law, Eldon and Sandy Armstrong of Bridgewater; a sister-in-law, Rebecca Wong of Dayton and husband, Neal; as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Amanda drew great joy and strength from the prayers, cards, visits, and messages of her family and friends — just as all of them were blessed by her as she shared her warmth, humor, and beautiful singing voice as a member of Summit Church-based gospel group Due North. In 2012, Amanda released a solo gospel album called "Believe." 
A memorial service will be held at Summit Church of the Brethren, where Amanda was a member, at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28, 2013, with the Revs. Jim Tongue, Jim Harris, Cole Scrogham, and John Glick officiating
Burial will be private.  The family will receive friends on Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Johnson Funeral Service in Bridgewater.
Memorial contributions may be made to Bridgewater United Methodist Church, 219 N. Main St., Bridgewater, VA 22812, or Summit Church of the Brethren, 314 Summit Church Road, Bridgewater, VA 22812.  Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.johnsonfs.com.
DNRonline.com October 27, 2013

BEESON, Alma Esther EDDINS   Mar. 26, 1912 Nov. 4, 1992 Spouse: William W. BEESON (1889-1975). Parents: Charles H. EDDINS (1882-1939) & Emma SHIFFLETT (1881-1969). Siblings: Duard EDDINS (1920-2004), Carrie EDDINS (1902-1972), Bessie EDDINS (1904-1966), Edna EDDINS (1907-1991) & Samuel EDDINS (1909-1977).
BERRY, Dudley W.   Aug. 30, 1921 Oct. 9, 1987 Father.  Married Mar. 6, 1948.  In Loving Memory.  Spouse: Pearl KNOTT (1931-).  Parents: Richard F. BERRY (1884-) & Pearle REDIFER (1891-).  Siblings: Della Mae BERRY EDWARDS (1908-1953), Cecil BERRY (1909-), Hugh BERRY (1913-), Lesta BERRY (1915-), Earle BERRY (1916-), Fred BERRY (1920-), Phyllis BERRY (1926-), Linard BERRY (1932-) & Truey BERRY (1934-).
BERRY, Mary Ellen   Feb. 9, 1923 Jul. 21, 2002 Forever ________ Lord.  Spouse: William R. BERRY, Sr.
BERRY, Sr., William R.   Oct. 20, 1920 Jan. 16, 1974 Forever ________ Lord.  Spouse: Mary Ellen BERRY.
BROWN, Audrey   1933 1935 Daughter of Ralph & Leona BROWN.
BROWN, Cathern   Unknown 1946 Daughter of Ralph & Leona BROWN.
BROWN, Infant Son   Unknown Sep. 7, 1906 Son of M. G. & M. C. BROWN.
BROWN, Isaac Michael Guy   Jul. 23, 1884 Mar. 9, 1922 Spouse: Mary Catherine MILLER BROWN.
BROWN, Leona M.   May 21, 1914 Sep. 13, 1984 Peace in the Valley.  Spouse: Ralph A. BROWN.
BROWN, M. G.     Mar. 1922 No stone.  Spouse: Mary MILLER BROWN. Parents: Mr. & Mrs. J. H. BROWN.  Children: Eunice BROWN, Ralph BROWN, Herman BROWN, Imogene BROWN & Tressa May BROWN.
He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. BROWN, of Moscow, who survive.  His wife, who was Miss Mary MILLER, and four children, Ralph, Herman, Imogene and Tressa, also survive.  Four sisters and two brothers also survive: Mrs. Maggie LANDIS, Mrs. Josie SWINK, Mrs. Anna TUTWILER, Mrs. Leetha WISNER, and George and David BROWN, all residing in Augusta County.  Funeral services will be conducted from the Summit Church of the Brethren, Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock by the Rev. John T. GLICK.  –Harrisonburg Daily News Record, Friday March 10, 1922
BROWN, Mary Catherine MILLER   Nov. 5, 1871 Nov. 5, 1942 Spouse: Isaac Michael Guy BROWN.
BROWN, Ralph A.   Mar. 20, 1909 Oct. 2, 1985 Peace in the Valley.  Spouse: Leona MACE BROWN (1914-1984). Parents: Guy BROWN (1884-1922) & Mary MILLER BROWN (1871-1942).  Children: Audrey BROWN (1933-1935) & Cathern BROWN (d. 1946).  Siblings: Eunice BROWN (b. 1907), Imogene BROWN BABB (b. 1911), Harmon BROWN (b. 1912) & Tressa May BROWN (b. 1917)
CARICOFE, Edith Virginia CLINE   Aug. 4, 1918 Mar. 20, 2015 Spouse: Randolph F. CARICOFE. Parents: Hugh E. CLINE (1886-1970) & Mary CRAUN CLINE (1888-1977). Children: Randolph F. CARICOFE, Jr., Roland E. CARICOFE, Nancy E. CARICOFE SHOWALTER & Jerry C. CARICOFE. Siblings: Orvin E. CLINE (1914-1976) & Edith CLINE CARICOFE (1918-2015).

Edith Virginia Cline Caricofe, 96, of Dayton, Virginia, died Friday, March 20, 2015, in her home.
She was born on August 4, 1918, in Burketown in Augusta County to Hugh E. Cline and Mary (Mae) Craun Cline.
Edith attended Weyers Cave School and the State Teachers College at Harrisonburg (now James Madison University). She married Randolph F. Caricofe on July 12, 1940, and they had four children. She kept financial records for her husband’s business before 1964, then worked as a nurse’s aide at the Bridgewater Home until 1980. After retiring, she volunteered there and at RMH for many years.
She attended Dayton Church of the Brethren, where she served as a liaison to the Bridgewater Home, and was a member of the Fellowship Circle, Sunshine Committee, and the Friendship Sunday School Class. Edith was an active member of TOPS for 27 years and in 2007 was honored at the national convention for 25 years as KOPS. She was an active member of Senior Citizens in Harrisonburg and enjoyed reading, walking, going out to eat, traveling and sending out birthday cards. Edith will be remembered for her kindness and sense of humor. Edith never met a stranger.
Edith is survived by her children, Randolph F. Caricofe Jr. and Carolyn Grey of Smithville, Ohio; Roland E. Caricofe of Dayton; Nancy E. Caricofe and Harry J. Showalter of Rawley Springs; and Jerry C. Caricofe and Janet Russell of Edenton, N.C.; as well as her sister, Ruth Cline and E.C. Showalter of Weyers Cave; brother, Lester Cline of Coshocton, Ohio; 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Randolph F. Caricofe, who died June 18, 1991; her brother, Orvin Cline of Augusta County; and a grandchild, Dustin J. Showalter, infant, of Rawley Springs.
A memorial service will be held on Monday, March 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. at the Dayton Church of the Brethren with Regina Harlow officiating. Burial will be private.
The family will receive friends on Sunday, March 22, 2015, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Johnson Funeral Service in Bridgewater.
Memorial contributions may be sent to the Dayton Church of the Brethren, P.O. Box 236, Dayton, VA 22821.
An obituary was published in The Daily News-Record on Saturday, March 21, 2015.

CARICOFE, Randolph E.   Feb. 23, 1918 Jun. 18, 1991 In Loving Memory.  Spouse: Edith C. CARICOFE. Parents: Jessie CARICOFE (1887-1953) & Beulah HELMS CARICOFE (1888-1977). Children: Randolph F. CARICOFE, Jr., Roland E. CARICOFE, Nancy E. CARICOFE SHOWALTER & Jerry C. CARICOFE. Siblings: Lottie CARICOFE HENSLEY, Juanita CARICOFE WAGNER, May CARICOFE WIMER, Ray CARICOFE, Paul CARICOFE & Richard CARICOFE.
CLINE, Esther GARBER   Aug. 25, 1917 Apr. 26, 1970 How Great Thou Art.  Spouse: Orvin E. CLINE.
***CLINE, Hugh E.   Feb. 21, 1886 Dec. 29, 1970 Spouse: Mary Virginia CRAUN CLINE.  Parents: Orvin E. CLINE (1914-1976) & Edith CLINE CARICOFE (1918-2015).
CLINE, Larry Wayne     Oct. 30, 1954 Son of Lester C. CLINE
CLINE, Mary Virginia CRAUN   May 26, 1888 Jun. 20, 1977 Spouse: Hugh E. CLINE.
CLINE, Orvin E.   Jan. 31, 1914 May 21, 1976 How Great Thou Art.  Spouse: Esther GARBER CLINE.  Farm tractor accident.
CORCORAN, Sylvester Joseph   May 22, 1905 Nov. 4, 1972 Precious Lord Take My Hand.  Spouse: Virginia Frances SHULL CORCORAN.
CORCORAN, Sylvester Joseph   May 22, 1905 Nov. 4, 1972 Precious Lord Take My Hand.  Spouse: Virginia Frances SHULL CORCORAN.
CORCORAN, Virginia Frances SHULL   Mar. 28, 1911 Jul. 23, 2003 Precious Lord Take My Hand.  Spouse: Sylvester Joseph CORCORAN.
CRAIG, Ethel Lois SHEETS   Jul. 6, 1935 Mar. 31, 2013 Spouse: Max CRAIG.  Parents: Kenny Edward SHEETS and Mary Alice JOHNS.

Ethel Lois Sheets Craig, 77, of Weyers Cave, went to be with the Lord on Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital in Harrisonburg.
Ethel was born in New Hope, Va., on July 6, 1935, and was a daughter of the late Kenney and Mary (Johns) Sheets.
She was a member and Deacon of Summit Church of the Brethren and was active in the women's fellowship. She served on the Bridgewater Home Auxiliary and was church representative for Camp Brethren Woods. She was known for her yummy cream puffs and sugar cookies.
On Oct. 8, 1954, she was united in marriage to Maxwell Craig, who survives.
Ethel is also survived by four daughters, Mary Jane Pumphrey (Leonard) of Manassas, Connie Senger (Harvey) of Weyers Cave, Phyllis Earman (Frank) of Weyers Cave, and Sara Hart (Michael) of Weyers Cave; two sons, Kenney Craig (Brenda) of Mount Crawford, and Mark Craig (Teresa) of Bridgewater; two sisters, Waltine Sheets and Janet Wood of Verona; and a brother, Carl Sheets (Katherine Ann) of Churchville. She is also survived by 12 grandchildren, Craig Pumphrey (Maralee), Alison Pumphrey (fiancé, Charles White), Mark Senger (Anne), Carla Anderson (Cody), Matthew Earman (Hallie), Samantha Ritchie (Seth), Ray Craig, Brier Craig, Lesley-Ann Craig, Luke Hart, Kaitlyn Craig, and Marissa Harris; and four great-grandchildren, Sabrina Pumphrey, Anastasia Pumphrey, Gavin Senger and Rylan Anderson.
She is preceded in death by a sister, Kathleen E Sheets Coffman, and a brother, Paul W Sheets.
A funeral service will be conducted 11 a.m. Thursday, April 4, 2013, at Summit Church of the Brethren in Bridgewater with the Rev. Steve Spire and the Rev. Garold Senger Jr. officiating. Burial will follow at Summit Church Cemetery.
The family will receive friends from 6 until 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, 2013, at Johnson Funeral Service in Bridgewater.
Memorial contributions may be made to Summit Church of the Brethren Cemetery Fund, 314 Summit Church Road, Bridgewater, VA 22812 and/or Brethren Woods Helping Hands, 4896 Armentrout Path, Keezletown, VA 22832.

CRAMER, Mary Ruth TERRY

 

Apr. 20, 1927

Jan. 14, 2011

Gone, but not forgotten.

CRAMER, William Bartley

 

Oct. 16, 1966

Jan. 3, 2011

 

CRAUN, Carrie Wanda

 

Jul. 29, 1894

May 25, 1978

Parents: Harvey Howard CRAUN and Louella V. FRANK CRAUN.

CRAUN, Charles Franklin

 

Feb. 18, 1890

1982

The Lord is My Shepherd.  Spouse: Sada EVERS CRAUN.  Child: Wilma Elizabeth CRAUN BURTNER (1915-2012).

CRAUN, Frances A.

 

Aug. 9, 1917

Oct. 11, 1918

Our Baby, Daughter of S. F. & F. L. CRAUN.

CRAUN, Harry Burk

 

Mar. 25, 1899

Dec. 14, 1959

Spouse: Johanna M. PFEIFER CRAUN (1903-1957) married on Dec. 10, 1930.

CRAUN, Harvey Howard

 

1862

Jul. 20, 1928

Father.  Our Loved Ones.  Spouse: Louella FRANK CRAUN.  Parents: Daniel Malanchton CRAUN (1834-1905) & Sarah Caroline PROPES CRAUN.  Children: Daniel M. CRAUN (1892-1963); Mary Faye CRAUN MELTON (1902-1992); Melba CRAUN SIMMONS (1905-2004); Samuel CRAUN; Carrie CRAUN; Elta Se-Gournie CRAUN WAMPLER; Harry CRAUN; Arthur CRAUN; Henry CRAUN; Harvey CRAUN.

CRAUN, Jr., John

 

Dec. 15, 1817

Aug. 13, 1882

Age 64 yrs 7 mos 28 dys. Spouses: (1) Margaret KERSH CRAUN; (2) Barbara PROPES CRAUN; (3) Mary GLICK CRAUN.

CRAUN, Joseph E.

 

Dec, 31, 1858

May 1, 1938

Husband.  Spouse: Sarah E. CRAUN.

CRAUN, Louella V. FRANK

 

1868

1954

Mother.  Our Loved Ones.  Spouse: Harvey HowardCRAUN.  Parents: Samuel FRANK and Caroline Virginia RITCHIE FRANK.  Children: Daniel M. CRAUN (1892-1963); Mary Faye CRAUN MELTON (1902-1992); Melba CRAUN SIMMONS (1905-2004); Samuel CRAUN; Carrie CRAUN; Elta Se-Gournie CRAUN WAMPLER; Harry CRAUN; Arthur CRAUN; Henry CRAUN; Harvey CRAUN.

Mrs. H. H. CRAUN, Succumbs Here, Burketown Resident
Passes away at Home of Daughter
BURKETOWN, June 24--Mrs. Louella Virginia CRAUN, 86, widow of Harvey H. CRAUN, and a native and beloved resident of the Burketown community, died Thursday morning at 11:40 o'clock, at the home her [of] her daughter. Miss Carrie CRAUN, who resided with Mrs. Julius WISE on S. Main Street in Harrisonburg, following an extended illness.
Mrs. CRAUN, who had been in ill health for a number of years and had suffered a heart attack sixteen months ago, had been seriously ill for the past three weeks with her condition considered critical since Sunday. News of her death brought sorrow to her many friends who knew her as a kind, friendly and humble person who had a word of cheer for those she loved.
A daughter of the late Samuel FRANK and Mrs. Caroline RITCHIE FRANK, she was born one mile west of Burketown on June 4, 1868 and had spent practically her entire life in the Burketown community. Mrs. CRAUN had been making her home with her daughter at the WISE residence in Harrisonburg since October 6, 1953.
Mrs. CRAUN possessed a genial personality and had a host of friends in Harrisonburg and Augusta and Rockingham counties. She was a devoted mother and a good neighbor and friend always willing to help those who needed her. A lifelong and active member of the Summit Church of the Brethren, she taught for a number of years in its Sunday School. She was also one of the early leaders and an active member of the Ladies Aid Society of the church.
On Nov. 25, 1886, she was united in marriage to Harvey H. CRAUN. Mr. CRAUN, a prominent resident and farmer of the Burketown community, preceded her in death on July 21, 1928.
Surviving are eight children. Daniel M. CRAUN, and Mrs. Elta C. WAMPLER, both of Waynesboro; Miss Carolyn (Carrie) W. CRAUN, of Harrisonburg; Harry B. CRAUN, Mrs. Mary Faye MELTON, and Mrs. Melba V. SIMMONS, all of Staunton; Arthur B. CRAUN, of Mt. Sidney, and Henry H. CRAUN, of Burketown; thirteen grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, and three great great grandchildren; two nieces, Mrs. S. I. CLINE, of Burketown, and Mrs. B. C. TUTWILER, of Harrisonburg.
A son, Samuel F. CRAUN died March, 1946. Four half-sisters, Mrs. L. D. EARMAN, Mrs. Edward BURNS, Mrs. George LONG, and Mrs. Pete SHERMAN also preceded her in death as well as three half brothers, John E. FRANK, Jacob FRANK, and Joseph FRANK.
Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at three o'clock from the Summit Church of the Brethren, with the Rev. William C. EICHER in charge of the services, assisted by the Rev. J. C. GARBER. Burial will be in the family lot in the Summit Church Cemetery.
Active pallbearers will be: W. Newton SHIFFLETT, Orvin E. CLINE, Leon H. DIEHL, and Ward FIFER.
Members of the Women's Bible Class of the Summit Church of the Brethren will serve as flower bearers.
The body now rests at the Lindsey Funeral Home on South Main Street in Harrisonburg where it will remain until ten o'clock. Saturday morning, when it will be taken to her late home in the Burketown community. Here it will remain until one-fifteen, Sunday afternoon, when it will be taken to the church to lie in state from two o'clock until the hour of the services.
Relatives are asked to meet at the CRAUN residence, Sunday afternoon, at two-thirty where a brief service will be held prior to leaving for the church.
Friends, active pallbearers, and flowerbearers are asked to meet at the church, Sunday afternoon at two-forty-five o'clock.
The casket will be opened at the church for an hour before the service, but will not be opened at the close of the service.
Daily-News Record, Harrisonburg, Virginia, Friday, June 25, 1954

CRAUN, Mary GLICK

 

Dec. 8, 1834

Jan. 6, 1909

Age 74 yrs 28 dys. Spouse: John CRAUN, Jr.

CRAUN, Ollie

 

Mar. 21, 1896

Jul. 9, 1909

Age 13 yrs 7 mos 18 dys. Beloved Daughter of P. J. & M. A. CRAUN.

CRAUN, Sada EVERS

 

1894

1986

The Lord is My Shepherd.  Spouse: Charles FranklinCRAUN.  Child: Wilma Elizabeth CRAUN BURTNER 1915-2012.

CRAUN, Sarah E.

 

Apr. 8, 1858

Apr. 3, 1936

Wife.  Spouse: Joseph E. CRAUN.

DIEHL, Byron Berl

 

Mar. 4, 1920

May 18, 2002

How Great Thou Art.  Spouse: H. Ferrell MOYERS DIEHL.

Byrol Berl DIEHL, 82, of 1879 Fadley Road, Bridgewater, died Saturday, May 18, 2002, at his home.  He was born March 4, 1920, in the Pineville area of Rockingham County, and was the son of the late John Harvey and Laura KYGER DIEHL.
He had worked for Bridgewater Celanese and Wayne Manufacturing before retiring from H. D. LEE following 25 years of service.  Mr. DIEHL was a member of the Summit Church of the Brethren, where he was a member of the men's fellowship, the fellowship Sunday School class, and had served on the church board and on different committees.
He was united in marriage Aug. 23, 1941, to H. Ferrell MOYERS DIEHL of Bridgewater, who survives.
Surviving in addition to his wife are three sons and daughters-in-law, Larry L. and JoAnn DIEHL of Harrisonburg, Ronald R. and Kathlyn DIEHL of Harrisonburg, and Dennis D. DIEHL and friend Debbie LAM of Bridgewater; one brother, Vernon M. DIEHL of Pineville; five grandchildren, Amy M. UMBREL and April D. DIEHL, both of Singers Glen, Lauren DIEHL, Allison DIEHL and Ted DIEHL, all of Harrisonburg. A number of nieces and nephews also survive.
He was preceded in death by four brothers, Wilmer J. DIEHL, Harry W. DIEHL, Ivan E. DIEHL and Sheldon DIEHL, and two sisters, Ethel DIEHL BAUSERMAN and Louise DIEHL BENNETT. A funeral service will be conducted at Summit Church of the Brethren on Tuesday, May 21, 2002, at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Steve SPIRE officiating. Burial will follow in the Summit Church Cemetery.  --DNR- May 20, 2002

DOUGHTY, M. Christine

 

Apr. 8, 1930

Feb. 24, 1988

Mother.  In Memory, Husband and Children.

EAGLE, J. N.

 

May 14, 1835

Sep. 16, 1912

Our Father.

EDDINS, Becky

 

1869

1928

 

EDDINS, Charles H.

 

Feb. 9, 1882

May 28, 1939

 

EDDINS, Emma M. SHIFLET

 

Nov. 3, 1881

Oct. 16, 1969

His Wife.

EDWARDS, Ella L.

 

Sep. 27, 1876

Feb. 15, 1914

Wife of S. S. Edwards.

EDWARDS, Hettie OBAUGH

 

Feb. 2, 1890

Mar. 12, 1988

 

EDWARDS, Hugh Eugene

 

Jul. 8, 19__

Sep. 27, 19__

 

EDWARDS, John G.

 

Jun. 28, 1849

Aug. 30, 1910

______ but ______ before.  Spouse: Mary E. EDWARDS.

EDWARDS, Mary E.

 

Aug. 17, 1847

Unknown

His Wife.  Spouse: John G. EDWARDS.

EDWARDS, Robert A.

 

Sep. 22, 1881

Feb. 22, 1963

 

EDWARDS, Thomas S.

 

Feb. 27, 1907

Feb. 16, 1909

Son of S. S. & Ella EDWARDS.  At Rest.

EVERS, Eliza

 

Nov. 18, 1826

Feb. 5, 1902

75 yrs 2 mos 17 dys. Wife of Wm EVERS.

EVERS, Ethel T.

 

Mar. 14, 1910

Apr. 9, 1991

Spouse: Roy E. EVERS.

EVERS, J. Edward

 

Mar. 4, 1870

Feb. 27, 1937

At Rest. Spouse: M. Gertrude EVERS.

EVERS, John

 

Jun. 2, 1828

Nov. 29, 1912

84 yrs 5 mos 21 dys. Spouse: Lydia EVERS.

EVERS, Lydia

 

___. __, 18__

___. __, ____

Wife of John EVERS.

EVERS, M. Gertrude

 

Oct. 27, 1878

Aug. 9, 1955

At Rest.  Spouse: J. Edward EVERS.

EVERS, Mary E.

 

Mar. 31, 1860

May 18, 1881

21 yrs 1 mo __ dys. Daughter of W. & E. EVERS.

EVERS, Roy E.

 

Feb. 28, 1907

Jul. 19, 1986

Spouse: Ethel T. EVERS.

EVERS, Virginia F.

 

Oct. 5, 1856

Mar. 16, 1926

69 yrs 5 mos 11 dys. Gone, but not forgotten.

EVERS, William

 

Oct. 18, 1824

Feb. 19, 1915

90 yrs 4 mos 1 yr

William EVERS, ninety years old, died at 11:30 o’clock Friday night at his home near Milnesville, Augusta County. He had been ill for several weeks of the infirmities of age.
Mr. EVERS was born near Hinton in Rockingham County on Oct 18, 1824, and spent the whole of his life of more than ninety years in Rockingham and Augusta Counties. He was for many years engaged in general carpenter work and later in farming. Almost ten years ago he gave up the management of his farm and retired from business.
He was honest and upright to a marked degree and enjoyed the esteem and confidence of a large circle of friends. For a number of years Mr. EVERS had been a member of the Church of the Brethren.
Surviving him are one brother, Daniel EVERS of Spring Creek; one son George A. EVERS, of Mossy Creek, and seven daughters, Mrs. David and Mrs. Isaac SMITH, of Middle River; Mrs. George N. WISE, Mrs. J. E. CRAUN, Mrs. Lucretia PLECKER and Misses Jennie F. and Lizzie M. EVERS, of Milnesville.
The funeral was held at 11 o'clock yesterday morning from Summit Church. Services were conducted by Rev. Pete GARBER assisted by Rev. H. G. MILLER. Interment was in the cemetery near the church.
THE DAILY NEWS-RECORD, Harrisonburg, Virginia
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1915.

FIFER, Myrtle M.

 

Sep. 29, 1913

Jun. 28, 1995

In Loving Memory.  Mother.  God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.  Spouse: Ora W. FIFER.

FIFER, Ora W.

 

Nov. 6, 1913

Sep. 5, 1997

Father.  In Loving Memory.  God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.  Spouse: Myrtle M. FIFER.

FINK, Ressie J.

 

Jan. 25, 1916

Jun. 4, 1992

Loving Friend.

FLEISHMAN, Dewey Denton

 

Aug. 1, 1899

Sep. 27, 2004

Spouses: (1) Dessie Fleda MYERS FLEISHMAN; (2) Grace GLICK FLEISHMAN.

Born on August 1st, 1899, in Lindside, WV. He attended Bridgewater College and Bethany Seminary. Rev. FLEISHMAN was a licensed minister in the Church of the Brethren for 84 years, and pastored churches in Cushing, Okla., Dallas Center, Iowa, Sebring, Fla., and the Nokesville, Bethlehem, Monte Vista and Cedar Grove churches in Virginia. He was very active in interdenominational activities, including Weekday Religious Education. Eleven years prior to entering the ministry, he was a teacher in Rockingham County. He loved gardening and his poultry. Rev. FLEISHMAN authored a book titled "A Witness to Three Centuries". He was first married to Dessie F. MYERS in September of 1921 and she preceded him in death in March of 1938, and on August 21, 1940, he was united in marriage to Grace (GLICK) FLEISHMAN, who survives.

FORD, Dora A.

 

1860

1944

Spouse: Samuel FORD.

FORD, Samuel

 

1865

1932

Spouse: Dora A. FORD.

FRANK, Caroline Virginia “Carol” RITCHIE

 

Feb. 23, 1838

Jun. 30, 1918

Spouse: Samuel FRANK.  Parents: Henry RITCHIE (1785-1860) and Elizabeth BIBLE RITCHIE (1774-1875).

FRANK, John E.

 

Apr. 23, 1858

Dec. 31, 1919

At Rest.  Mason.  Spouse: Sarah L. FRANK.

FRANK, Samuel

 

Mar. 11, 1824

Jun. 19, 1894

Spouses: (1) Caroline Virginia “Carol” RITCHIE FRANK; (2) Mary MILLER FRANK.  Parents: Joseph FRANK and Susanna FUNK.

FRANK, Sarah L.

 

Sep. 12, 1855

Dec. 8, 1895

Hope.  Wife of J. E. FRANK.  At Rest.

FURR, Mary Louise CARTER

 

Nov. 24, 1917

Mar. 17, 2010

Spouse: William Harold FURR.

Mary Louise FURR, 92, of Bridgewater, died on Wednesday, March 17, 2010, at Avante at Harrisonburg.
She was born in Rockingham County, on Nov. 24, 1917, and was a daughter of the late Douglas NEWTON and Pearl Alice (JENNINGS) CARTER.
Mrs. FURR was a member of the Summit Church of the Brethren.
She was united in marriage May 3, 1952, to William Harold FURR, who preceded her in death May 27, 2000.
Mary is survived by two sons, Roger K. FURR and wife, Peggy B., and Gary W. FURR and wife, Patricia, all of Bridgewater; four grandchildren, Wesley H. FURR, Clifton M. FURR, Jennifer L. FURR and Sarah J. FURR; and three great-grandchildren, Robert K. FURR, Caleb D. FURR and Mary E. FURR; and a half sister, Demaris MAPLES, of New Jersey.
She was the last member of her immediate family. She was preceded in death by two brothers, George Jennings CARTER and Charles Bingley "CB" CARTER.
A memorial service will be conducted 2 p.m. Monday, March 22, 2010, at Summit Church of the Brethren with Pastor David NELSON officiating. Interment will be 1 p.m. Monday at Summit Church Cemetery.
The family will receive friends Saturday, March 20, 2010, from 7 to 8 p.m. at Johnson Funeral Service in Bridgewater.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Bridgewater Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 268, Bridgewater, VA 22812.
Daily News-Record, Harrisonburg VA
March 17, 2010

FURR, William Harold*

 

Aug. 20, 1918

May 27, 2000

Spouse: Mary Louise CARTER FURR.  World War II veteran.  Parents: Walter Hershey FURR (1895-1953) and Annie B. FURR (1893-1971).

GLICK, Effie Iwillia EVERS

 

Dec. 16, 1890

Jun. 29, 1968

John 11:26.  Whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die.  Spouse: John Titus GLICK.  Children: Victor Evers GLICK (1917-2003); Donald Lawrence GLICK (1924-1987); Paul Emerson GLICK (1931-1955)

GLICK, Ella Cornelia WISE

 

Aug. 19, 1879

Mar. 20, 1971

Spouse: William Joel GLICK.  Children: Jesse Leroy GLICK (1909-1993); Vesta Margaret GLICK ZIRKLE (1912-1994); Ethel Virginia GLICK HURST (1924-1982).

Mrs. Ella Cornella WISE GLICK, 91, of Rt. 2, Bridgewater, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel HURST, in Baltimore. Mrs. GLICK had not been well for a year and had been seriously ill for a week.
She was a daughter of the late George Newton and Rebecca Jane WHITMORE WISE and was born Aug. 19, 1879 at Centerville in Augusta County. She was a member of the Summit Church of the Brethren where she served as deaconess and in the Women's Fellowship.
On March 27, 1904 she married William Joel GLICK who died July 31, 1970.
Surviving, in addition to Mrs. HURST, are four other children, Mrs. Mabel SMITH of Port Republic, Jesse L. GLICK of Rt. 2, Bridgewater, Mrs. Vesta ZIRKLE of Broadway and Mrs. Grace FLEISHMAN of Boones Mill; 14 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Lucretia HUFF of Verona.
The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. Tuesday at Summit Church of the Brethren by the Rev. Wilmer HURST and the Rev. S. Earl MITCHELL. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
The body now rests at Lindsey Bridgewater Funeral Home where the family will receive friends 7:30-8:30 p.m. today.
Relatives will meet at the home of her son, Jesse L. GLICK, at Rt. 2, Bridgewater, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Honorary attendants will be the Women's Bible Class of the church.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to the fund for musical amplification and chimes for the tower of the Summit Church. Contributions may be sent to Jerry BRUNK, church treasurer, Box 114, Rt. 1, Grottoes.
Harrisonburg Daily News-Record
Monday March 22, 1971

GLICK, Garland Leroy

 

Dec. 27, 1941

Oct. 4, 1950

 

GLICK, Grace Marie WRIGHT

 

Oct. 19, 1908

Jun. 14, 1959

Spouse: Jesse Leroy GLICK.  Parents: John Solomon WRIGHT (1864-1956) and Nannie Susan MILLER WRIGHT (1868-1916).

GLICK, Jeffrey Paul

 

May 26, 1968

Jun. 27, 2002

Love never ends. Son of Stanley & Dolores S. GLICK.  Grandson of Rev. John T. & Effie GLICK, Rev. R. V. & Verna SIMMONS.  Brother of Merle Eugene GLICK, Terry Louis GLICK.  Uncle of Christopher B. CARPENTER.  Brother-in-Law of Deborah J. SMITH.

GLICK, Jesse Leroy

 

Jan. 31, 1909

Dec. 28, 1993

Spouses: (1) Grace Marie WRIGHT GLICK; (2) Norma Odessa HOLLEN GLICK (1908-1987).  Parents: William Joel GLICK and Ella Cornelia WISE GLICK.

GLICK, John Titus

 

Apr. 2, 1880

Mar. 9, 1979

John 11:26.  Whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die.  Spouse: Effie Iwillia EVERS GLICK.  Parents: Joseph M. GLICK (1847-1930) and Dianna Margaret MILLER GLICK (1853-1918).  Children: Victor Evers GLICK (1917-2003); Donald Lawrence GLICK (1924-1987); Paul Emerson GLICK (1931-1955).

GLICK, Paul Emerson

 

Apr. 19, 1931

Jul. 9, 1955

Parents: John Titus GLICK and Effie Iwillia EVERS GLICK.

GLICK, William Joel

 

Jun. 20, 1882

Jul. 31, 1970

Spouse: Ella Cornelia WISE GLICK.  Children: Jesse Leroy GLICK; Vesta Margaret GLICK ZIRKLE (1912-1994); Ethel Virginia GLICK HURST (1924-1982).  Parents: Joseph M. GLICK (1847-1930) and Dianna Margaret MILLER GLICK (1853-1918).

BRIDGEWATER - William Joel GLICK, 88, a resident of the Centerville community, died Friday afternoon (July 31, 1970). Mr. GLICK was visiting a daughter in Baltimore, Md., and was stricken Thursday morning. He was admitted to the Franklin Square Hospital several hours later.
A son of the late Joseph M. and Diana (MILLER) GLICK, he was born on June 20, 1882 in Centerville. He had resided on the same farm for the past 64 years.
Mr. GLICK was a member of the Summit Church of the Brethren and was made a deacon in 1907. He had taught in the Sunday School Department of the church and was a former member of the board of Trustees.
On March 27, 1904 he married Ella WISE, who survives him.
Besides his widow, he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Mabel SMITH of Port Republic, Mrs. Vesta ZIRKLE of Broadway, Mrs. Grace FLEISHMAN of Boones Mill, and Mrs. Ethel HURST of Baltimore; one son Jesse L. GLICK of Bridgewater; 14 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mattie WISE of Bridgewater; two brothers, the Rev. John T. GLICK of Bridgewater, and J. Paul GLICK of Waynesboro.
A service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the Summit Church of the Brethren. His pastor, the Rev. Wilmer HURST, will conduct the services, assisted by the Rev. S. Earl MITCHELL. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
The body is at the Lindsey Bridgewater Funeral Home where the members of the family will receive friends today from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
The body will be taken to the church to remain for an hour prior to the service. Relatives will meet at the home of his son at 2 p.m. Monday for a brief service prior to leaving for the church.
Pallbearers, who are grandsons, will be Ray. E. GLICK, John W. GLICK, Philip ZIRKLE, Douglas ZIRKLE, John D. FLEISHMAN, Bobbie BEARD, Randall ZIRKLE, and Richard SMALLWOOD.
Members of the board of deacons of the Summit Church of the Brethren will serve as honorary pallbearers.
Staunton News-Leader
Sat Aug 1, 1970

HIGGINS, George W.

 

Jun. 22, 1893

Mar. 24, 1973

Spouse: Ida K. HIGGINS.

HIGGINS, Ida K.

 

Apr. 1, 1892

Sep. 26, 1974

 

HIGGINS, Nellie

 

Apr. 9, 1913

Oct. 12, 1930

 

HURST, Elmer Milton

 

Feb. 25, 1917

Feb. 17, 1991

Spouse: Ethel Virginia GLICK HURST.

HURST, Ethel Virginia GLICK

 

Apr. 23, 1924

May 4, 1982

Mason.  Spouse: Elmer Milton HURST.  Parents: William Joel GLICK and Ella Cornelia WISE GLICK.

JONES, Marjorie F.

 

Oct. 9, 1922

Apr. 20, 2003

In Loving Memory.  Mother.  Spouse: Paul C. JONES.

JONES, Paul C.

 

Jun. 16, 1923

Jan. 19, 2006

Father.  In Loving Memory.  Mason.  Spouse: Marjorie F. JONES.

KEYTON, Elizabeth F. SNELL

 

Jul 2, 1843

Jul. 29, 1913

Mother.  Spouse: James W. KEYTON Oct. 6, 1870.

KEYTON, James W.*

 

Jan. 10, 1843

Sep. 12, 1926

Father.  Spouse: Elizabeth F. SNELL KEYTON Oct. 6, 1870.  Enlisted in Confederate Army on Mar. 14, 1862.

KISER, Almeda Aomia WAUGH

 

Dec. 4, 1924

Oct. 26, 2004

A loving wife.  Mother to all.  Spouse: Wade A. KISER.

Almeda Aomia WAUGH KISER, 80, of Weyers Cave, died Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2004, at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville.
Mrs. KISER was born Dec. 4, 1923 in Borders Draft, W.Va., and was the daughter of the late Warden E. and Nellie Viola DIXON WAUGH
She was a housekeeper for 18 years at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Perrypoint, Md. and also at the Augusta Military Academy. She lived in Port Deposit, Cecil County, Md. for 33 years before returning to Weyers Cave. Mrs. KISER was a member of the Summit Church of the Brethren.
On May 19, 1945, she married Wade A. KISER, who survives.
Also surviving are four sons, Leonard Andrew KISER of Verona, Larry Allen KISER of Tucson, Ariz., Daniel Alvin KISER of Elkton, Md., and Randy Alford KISER of Mount Sidney; a daughter, Aomia Almeda SAGE of Perryville, Md.; a brother, Warden WAUGH of Hawaii; 12 grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
The Rev. Steve SPIRE will conduct the funeral 1 p.m. Saturday at the Summit Church of the Brethren. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

KNICELY, Edward

 

May 7, 1886

Aug. 8, 1950

 

KNICELY, George R.

 

Mar. 2, 1852

Mar. 23, 1944

Spouse: Sarah M. KNICELY.

KNICELY, Lillian H. FORD

 

1890

1940

 

KNICELY, Mary Frances TERRY

 

Jan. 22, 1919

Dec. 28, 2011

 

Mary Frances KNICELY, 92, of Mt. Sidney, went to be with the Lord on Dec. 28, 2011, surrounded by her loving family. She was born Jan. 22, 1919, near Centerville in Augusta County.
She was the daughter of the late John Ervin and Mary Rachael (Molly) BIBY TERRY of Mt. Crawford.
She was united in marriage to Orven (A.O.) KNICELY on Dec. 24, 1937, in Hagerstown, Md. They just celebrated 74 years together last Saturday.
She is survived by her husband, A.O. KNICELY and four children, The Rev. Gene KNICELY, (Anna) of Bridgewater, Glen KNICELY, (Darlena) of Penn Laird, Don KNICELY, (Sandy) of Bridgewater and Debbie (Rev. Randy) SIMMONS of Staunton; also 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren and a sister, Arvetta WAYBRIGHT of Weyers Cave.
She was predeceased in addition to her parents by eight brothers, Lester, Chester, William, Samuel, Marvin (Jake), Elmer, Waddell, and Laurence (Bud) Terry, and three sisters, Lucy COAKLEY, Naomi STROOP, Beulah COINER and daughters-in-law, Naomi GRANT KNICELY and Doris KOHNE KNICELY.
She received her LPN degree at age 51 and worked as a licensed practical nurse at King's Daughters Hospital. She played music with her husband for over 75 years. They played for over 40 years with the Knicely Family Band and the Sunrise Pickers Blue Grass band, at nursing homes and Sr. Centers. She was a member of Summit Church of the Brethren, the Mt. Sidney Ruritan Club and did disaster work with the COB Disaster Relief.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 31, at the Lindsey Funeral Home in Weyers Cave.
A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon, Jan. 1, 2012, at Summit Church of the Brethren Cemetery.
Memorial services will follow at the church at 3 p.m. with Pastors Cole SCROGHAM and Randy SIMMONS officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Rockingham Memorial Hospital Hospice, c/o RMH Foundation, 2010 Health Campus Dr., Harrisonburg, VA 22801 or to Summit Church of the Brethren, 314 Summit Church Rd., Bridgewater, VA 22812.

KNICELY, Naomi GRANT   Dec. 18, 1940 Oct. 15, 1977 God is my refuge and strength.
KNICELY, Sarah M.   Feb. 13, 1860 Mar. 12, 1934 Spouse: George R. KNICELY.
LAMB, Emma B.   1897 1962 I have finished the work which Thou gavest me to do. Spouse: Henry C. LAMB.
LAMB, Henry C.   Apr. 15, 1896 Sep. __, 1982 I have finished the work which Thou gavest me to do. Spouse: Emma B. LAMB.

LAYMON, Gladys EDWARDS

 

Feb. 17, 1913

May 15, 1977

Spouse: Sidney Lee LAYMON.

LAYMON, Sidney Lee

 

Apr. 2, 1909

Nov. 9, 1962

Spouse: Gladys EDWARDS LAYMON.

LEAKE, Marribelle S.

 

Jan. 11, 1940

Dec. 26, 2006

Peace in the valley.  Lose yourself in nature, and find peace.  Spouse: William Thomas Leake.

LONG, Barbra A.

 

Feb. 22, 1855

Jul. 20, 1895

40 yrs 5 mos 2 dys. Mother.

LONG, Fannie

 

Unknown

Dec. 7, 1915

85 yrs 4 mos 27 dys. In memory of.

LONG, George S. G.

 

Apr. 18, 1845

Mar. 20, 1887

42 yrs 1 mo 2 dys. Father.

McALLISTER, George L.

 

Aug. 23, 1865

Sep. 20, 1949

At rest.  Spouse: Julia G. McAllister.

McALLISTER, Julia G.

 

Aug. 22, 1871

Jul. 13, 1956

At rest.  Spouse: George L. McAllister.

McALLISTER, Nina M.

 

Mar. 24, 1909

Jul. 22, 1993

 

MILLER, Catherine HECKMAN

 

Aug. 4, 1838

Aug. 30, 1898

60 yrs 25 dys. Wife of S. T. MILLER.  Spouse: Rev. Samuel T. MILLER.

Catherine HECKMAN MILLER.  MILLER.  At her home near the Summit Church, Augusta Co., Virginia Aug. 29, 1898, Sister Catherine MILLER, wife of Bro. S. T. Miller, aged 60 years and 25 days.  Her remains were laid away in the Summit graveyard.  A husband, faithful minister among us, and a large family of children are left to mourn, but not as those without hope.  Deceased was the subject of a lingering, distressing disease, but patiently endured to the end.
Sept. 24, 1898 The Gospel Messenger Page 606

MILLER, Charles W.

 

Oct. 6, 1872

Sep. 28, 1926

Father.

MILLER, Melvin L.*

 

Feb. 27, 1914

Mar. 7, 1982

______ U. S. Army.

MILLER, Rebecca J.

 

Jan. 9, 1861

Feb. 10, 1930

At rest.

MILLER, Rev. Samuel T.

 

Apr. 29, 1836

Jun. 10, 1909

73 yrs 1 mo 11 dys. Spouse: Catherine HECKMAN MILLER.  Parents: Abraham MILLER (1788-1847) and Christina ARNOLD MILLER (1793-1873).

Samuel T. MILLER.  MILLER, Bro. Samuel T., born near Sangerville, Virginia in 1836, died near Milnesville, Augusta Co., Virginia June 10 1909, aged 73 years one mon. 11 days.  In 1874 he was elected to the ministry by the Pleasant Valley congregation and continued as a minister for 35 years.  Though not active, on account of age and ill health, the last few years he was a missionary through the mountains of Virginia and West Virginia and also supplied the Messenger to many homes in our congregation.  Services Sat. June 12 at the Summit Church Cemetery.
July 10, 1909 The Gospel Messenger Page1596

MONK, Jeremy Allen

 

Jun. 8, 1985

Oct. 9, 2008

 

MYERS, Lloyd Click

 

Apr. 14, 1906

Mar. 19, 1977

 

OBAUGH, Emma E.

 

Apr. 19, 1858

Jun. 21, 1924

At rest.  Spouse: John A. OBAUGH.  Children: Linda A. OBAUGH (1884-1973); Hettie OBAUGH EDWARDS (1890-1988).

OBAUGH, John A.

 

May 6, 1852

Jun. 29, 1934

At rest.  Spouse: Emma E. OBAUGH.  Children: Linda A. OBAUGH (1884-1973); Hettie OBAUGH EDWARDS (1890-1988).

PLECKER, Elmer C.

 

Unknown

May 2, 1903

26 yrs 10 mos 29 dys.

PLECKER, Lucretia Alice EVERS

 

Nov. 15, 1862

Mar. 16, 1937

74 yrs 4 mos 1 dy. Parents: William EVERS and Eliza WHITMORE.  Child: Riley Anderson PLECKER.

RITCHIE, Elizabeth BIBLE***

 

Jan. 15, 1774

Jun. 12, 1875

 

SANDY, George N.

 

1855

1936

 

SENGER, Anna S.

 

Apr. 23, 1923

Sep. 15, 1983

 

SHEETS, Carolyn C.

 

Feb. 19, 1941

Jul. 29, 2003

 

SHIFLET, Evelyn Virginia SORRELS

 

Jul. 16, 1915

Apr. 11, 2004

 

SHIFLET, Herbert A.

 

Jun. 30, 1884

Nov. 3, 1912

 

SHIFLET, Infant Daughter

 

Unknown

Oct. 6, 1908

 

SHIFLET, Joseph Shirley, Sr.

 

May 14, 1917

Oct. 3, 2002

 

SHIFLETT, Anna Melistha GLICK

 

May 6, 1878

Aug. 18, 1959

 

SHIFLETT, Carrie A.

 

Oct. 8, 1949

Jan. 2, 1919

 

SHIFLETT, Clinton “Shirley”

 

Jun. 30, 1874

Dec. 21, 1930

 

SHIFLETT, Edward W.

 

Feb. 9, 1892

Nov. 6, 1958

 

SHIFLETT, Harry M.

 

1888

1943

 

SHIFLETT, Inza G.

 

Sep. 23, 1894

Nov. 6, 1982

 

SHIFLETT, Louis J.

 

Unknown

Unknown

 

SHIFLETT, Lula M.

 

1897

1985

 

SHIFLETT, Samuel McDowell

 

May 4, 1840

Aug. 8, 1928

 

SHOEMAKER, Penny B.

 

Jan. 27, 1959

Nov. 7, 2002

 

SHOWALTER, Dustin J.

 

Aug. 14, 1980

Aug. 19, 1980

 

SHULL, Clara Adella ATKINS

 

Jan. 21, 1904

Jun. 5, 1977

 

SHULL, Elizabeth Catherine GLICK

 

Mar. 31, 1873

Apr. 17, 1955

Spouse: Minor Alexander SHULL.  Parents: Joseph M. GLICK and Dianna Margeurite MILLER.  Children: Clarence Claude SHULL; William Joseph SHULL; Addie Lillian SHULL OATLEY; John Henry SHULL; Wilbur Alexander SHULL; Harry Edward SHULL; Alverta Margaret SHULL BRADLEY; Rufus Dudley SHULL; Emmert Ray SHULL?; Mary Cornelia SHULL STAPLES; Virginia Frances SHULL CORCORAN; Eldon Glick SHULL; Richard Ellis SHULL.

SHULL, Infant Daughters

 

Jan. 5, 1962

Jan. 5, 1962

 

SHULL, Minor Alexander

 

Dec. 24, 1870

Mar. 15, 1946

Spouse: Elizabeth Catherine GLICK SHULL.  Children: Clarence Claude SHULL; William Joseph SHULL; Addie Lillian SHULL OATLEY; John Henry SHULL; Wilbur Alexander SHULL; Harry Edward SHULL; Alverta Margaret SHULL BRADLEY; Rufus Dudley SHULL; Emmert Ray SHULL?; Mary Cornelia SHULL STAPLES; Virginia Frances SHULL CORCORAN; Eldon Glick SHULL; Richard Ellis SHULL.

SHULL, Wilbur Alexander

 

Nov. 26, 1899

Apr. 20, 1985

 

SHULL, Zane Adaire TERRY

 

Dec. 10, 1946

Apr. 7, 2005

 

SIMMONS, Dorothy WRIGHT

 

Jul. 10, 1934

Aug. 28, 1999

 

SIMMONS, Mabel Clara GLICK

 

Oct. 21, 1905

Aug. 6, 1993

 

SIMMONS, Renee Adar

 

Aug. 25, 1968

Aug. 2, 1970

 

SIMMONS, Rolandus Velton

 

Nov. 8, 1905

Sep. 19, 1999

 

SIMMONS, Verna Elizabeth PUFFENBARGER

 

Apr. 22, 1907

May 26, 1978

 

TERRY, Lois Frances SHIFLETT

 

Apr. 16, 1919

Dec. 18, 2005

 

TERRY, Samuel Rodney

 

Jul. 25, 1914

Aug. 16, 1986

 

THOMPSON, Charlotte Edith KELLEY

 

Mar. 26, 1943

Jan. 17, 2013

 

THOMPSON, James W.

 

Jul. 25, 1924

Apr. 21, 2000

 

TRISSEL, Adam Quentin

 

Unknown

Nov. 21, 2003

 

VARNER, Elizabeth M.

 

Jan. 3, 1877

Jun. 20, 1957

 

VARNER, William C.

 

Mar. 3, 1885

Apr. 8, 1968

 

VEST, Louise H.

 

1911

1970

 

WILLIAMS, Frank

 

Sep. 8, 1890

Mar. 5, 1919

 

WILLIAMS, Henrietta

 

Dec. 27, 1859

May 5, 1927

Spouse: Paschal B. WILLIAMS m. 05 Aug 1881.  Parents: Frederick CRAUN and Leuvenia Ann MOYER CRAUN.  Children: Miley CRAUN WILLIAMS, Guy Walter WILLIAMS, Mervin B. WILLIAMS , Ervin B. WILLIAMS, Pearl L. WILLIAMS BOSSERMAN, B. Frank WILLIAMS, Lena Maud WILLIAMS REDNER, Luther MCKINLEY WILLIAMS.

WILLIAMS, Paschal B.

 

1854

1932

 

WRIGHT, G. Lena SLAYBAUGH

 

Sep. 13, 1908

May 15, 1988

 

WRIGHT, Perry Robert

 

Jan. 1, 1909

Oct. 7, 1991

 

WRIGHT, Roy C.

 

Jul. 18, 1899

Mar. 3, 1993

 

WRIGHT, Viola CLICK

 

Nov. 9, 1909

Jul. 28, 1995

 

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