A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF SHENANDOAH COUNTY
Fifty Years Through the Lens of Hugh Morrison, Jr.
Addendum – June 5, 2011
Identifications, Corrections and Additional Information:
Plate 5 – Tucker Davis Foltz & Pearl Ann Myers Foltz with son, Paul Davis Foltz
Plate 7 – Eleanor Hollingsworth Grabill
Plate 13 – Della Willis Stover, John Willis, Stella Mae Willis Keller (left to right)
Plate 17 – Frances Christine Sheetz Betz
Plate 18 – Paul & Ida Bowers Foltz - wedding day, January 5, 1927. Ida made the wedding dress she is wearing.
Plate 21 – Jessie Lee Beatley Gochenour, b. July 21, 1917, m. John Wilbur (Mike) Gochenour
Plate 23 – Julia Pollard Putnam
Plate 24 – Mae Wymer Himmelright
Plate 34 – Helen Newman Sager
Plate 42 – Katherine Clark Fravel with her son, Alva Fravel
Plate 44 – Margaret Clem Fadely Tysinger, Edward Hottel (grandfather), Mate Clem Lemaster (left to right)
Plate 51 – The correct date is 1917
Plate 52 – Grandchildren of William W. Logan of Woodstock: (left to right) Mary Livers, Mary Baker, John Logan, Clarence Baker, William Logan, Alice Baker, Virginia Baker, Dorothy Livers – photo circa 1915
Plate 57 – Route 7 east of Berryville (Clarke County), looking east. Snicker’s Gap to the east.
Plate 62 – Peter Edgar Craig of Hamburg with his matched team – circa 1915
Plate 65 – Franklin Perry Spiggle & Daisy Alice Gochenour Spiggle with daughter, Goldie Irene Spiggle Harpine, near Maurertown, circa 1913
Plate 73 – In the doorway (left to right), Mary Frances Ritenour Crabtree, William Harrison (Harry) Ritenour, Wilmer Ritenour
Plate 81 – The location is Court St., Woodstock looking west toward the intersection of Commerce St.
Plate 89 – Located on Headley Road, along North Fork, east of Maurertown
Plate 95 – Harry Hollingsworth
Plate 96 – Ruth & Mary Hollingsworth
Plate 102 – Ida F. Henkel Bowman Painter (on porch, 6th from left), Barbara Ellen Bowman Henkel (on porch, 3rd from right)
Plate 103 – Charles Hottel & Allie Feagans Hottel with their children, Jake Hottel and Helen Hottel Fahnestock,
Plate 104 – The location is two miles east of Woodstock, near Reservoir Rd., circa 1912
Plate 107 – 433 N. Main Street, Woodstock
Plate 112 – The Samuel Crabill House was on Ridgeley Rd., just south of Maurertown
Plate 127 – Bowman’s School located at Bowman’s Crossing, circa 1926
Plate 168 – Dr. Frank Wilson Gearing, in his Woodstock office
Plate 176 – Jack Sperry (back row, 5th from left), Dick Wickham (back row, 2nd from right)
Plate 177 – Anna Snapp, Janie Borden, Selma Funk (front row, left to right), Georgia Purvis, Edna Stine, Lois McInturff (back row, left to right)
Plate 183 – The correct identification is Charles Spitler.
Plate 185 – Virginia Saum (2nd from left), ___ Miller (4th from left), Emma Lou Stoner Golliday (6th from left)
Plate 186 – Mildred “Muggsie” Sherman (at left), Katherine Miller Emswiler (7th from left), Isabel Henshaw Coverstone
(8th from left)
Plate 188 – Charles Fravel, 1946
Plate 193 – Teacher Genevieve McClain with students (left to right) Alonzo Smith, unknown, Daniel Smith (the Smiths are brothers)
Plate 196 – Casper Moomaw
Plate 203 – Mark Roller & Elizabeth Owens Roller
pp. xii – xiii – The references made to examples of damaged negatives are incorrect:
Plate number 83, Mt. Jackson Union Church, should be Plate number 84.
Plate number 150, a threshing scene, should be Plate number 152.
Plate number 106, the Clanahan house, should be Plate number 108.
Plate number 197, Private Herman J. Rupert, should be Plate number 199.
p xiii – The reference made to a Morrison captioned negative is incorrect: Plate number 140, the Sunnyside Farm, should be