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PAGE NEWS & COURIER OBITUARIES 1920-1930, Part 3

HENRY HIGGS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 13 Jan 1925
HENRY HIGGS, CONFEDERATE VETERAN, DIES IN 90TH YEAR
            Henry Higgs, of Leaksville, who leaves an honorable record as a Confederate soldier and good citizen, died very suddenly on Saturday evening at Leaksville where he lived with his daughter, Mrs. Charles Henkel. Lacking only a few months of being ninety years old, he was active and industrious to the last, showing but little diminution in activity in recent years. He was deaf but excellent eyesight that still enabled him to read without glasses comnpensated for this deficiency. Several years ago while he was hoeing in the garden a rock flew in his eye, necessitating the removal of the eye ball, but the other eye continued to do good service.
            Mr. Higgs was feeling as well as usual and eat a heart supper Saturday night. Retiring about seven o’clock he called his daughter into the room to put out the light and was fatally stricken almost immediately, dying in a few minutes.
            Mr. Higgs served in Co. K., 10th Virginia Infantry, Captains W.T. Young, R.S. Parks and D.C. Grayson, the first company that left the county for the war. He was captured with the company and confined in prison at Elmira, N.Y., for a long time. By trade a carpenter he combined with this a little farming and owned a small place at Leaksville.
            Mr. Higgs was the father of fourteen children, the number including three pairs of twins. The twelve surviving children are as follows: Mrs. Tom Smith, of Egypt Bend, Mrs. Charles Henkel, Mrs. Charles Dinges, Joseph Higgs, Miss Carrie Higgs, George Higgs, and Clarence Higgs, of Leaksville, D. Benton Higgs, of Luray, John and William Higgs, of Westville, Ohio, Mrs. N.D. Siford, of Hagerstown, and Cletus Higgs, of Strasburg. Mr. Higgs leaves one sister, Mrs. Pendleton Fleming, of Leaksville. He lost his wife eighteen years ago. She was a sister of William Price, deceased, of the White House. Mr. Higgs was a member of the Leaksville Christian church for years. His funeral will be held at the church at 10 a.m., today (Tuesday) Rev. R.P. Crumpler, a former pastor, conducting the services…                                                                                                      
JACOB MARTIN VANBUREN HIGGS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 10 Aug 1929
JACOB HIGGS, NATIVE OF PAGE, DIED IN ILLINOIS
            Oakland, Ill., Aug. 15- Jacob Higgs, well known East Oakland, (Ill.) township resident, died at the Oakwood hospital, Charleston, Ill, Sunday, August 4th, following several weeks illness. Death was due to a complication of diseases.
            Mr. Higgs had been a resident of the Oakland community for many years during which time he gained and kept the respect and love of his friends whom he numbered by the hundreds…
            Funeral services were held Tuesday, August 6th from the Oakland Presbyterian church. Rev. Leslie Golman, officiating. Interment was made in the Fairview cemetery.
            The following obituary was read:
            “Jacob Martin Van Buren Higgs was one of the thirteen children born in the home of Simon and Sarah Higgs at Newport, (Page Co.) Va. Three of these children are living, viz.; Samuel Higgs and Mrs. Sarah Foltz, of Newport, Va., and Mrs. Clara Chaw, of Philadelphia, Penn. Jacob was born February 14, 1866. He came to Illinois at about the age of eighteen years and lived with the Kite brothers and with S.W. Roberst and was married to Miss Estella Wilson, Dec. 16, 1891. He united with the Methodist church at Fairview, at that time on the Oakland circuit, but was always liberal in his views to denominations and he and his good wife always kept open house and hearts for all good people…
            “Mr. Higgs was a strong man physically and scarcely knew his strength. He was a tireless toiler in his business on the farm. The death of his wife, seemed to sadden his life and he broke down physically and was taken to the Oakwood hospital at Charleston where he passed away on Aug. 4th, 1929, aged 63 years, 5 months and 20 days.
            “He leaves to mourn his loss two sons, Nelson, of Oakland, Calif., and Paul, of this city, and Mrs. Grace Ashmore, his daughter, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Bessie Cassiers, of Oakland, is a niece of Mr. Higgs…                                                                  
JOSEPH HIGGS
Page News & Courier, Friday 18 Jan 1929
NEWPORT LOSES A GOOD CITIZEN
            The Brick Church, near Grove Hill, was not large enough to hold the crowd which asseumbled on Wednesday to pay the last tribute of respected to Joseph Higgs, an honored citizen, of Newport, who passed away at five o'clock on Monday afternoon after a gradual decline from Bright's  Disease... He was fifty-one years old.
            Mr. Higgs was a son of the late William Higgs, of Newport. He lost his first wife who was a daughter of the late Ambrose Rinehart. A second marriage had no issue. The following children of the first union survive: Mrs. Willie Deavers, Reuben Higgs, Mrs. Ashby Smith, Mrs. Luther Freeze, Miss Mable Higgs, Leonard Higgs and Garnet Higgs. Most of the children are grown while the youngest is ten or twelve years old. Mr. Higgs leaves one brother, John, living in Indiana, and a married sister, also in the middle West.
            ... He owned a small place, farming having been his principal occupation through life. He was a valied and useful member of the Newport Christian church. The funeral was conducted by his pastor, Rev. A.W. Andes, with interment at the Brick Church.
MRS. JOSEPHINE HIGGS
Page News & Courier, Friday 3 Feb 1922
DEATH AT SHENANDOAH
            Mrs. Josephine Higgs, wife of  Malachi Higgs, living in the Naked Creek section, about one and a half miles from Shenandoah, died on Thursday evening, after an illness of ten days with bronchial pneumonia. The deceased was about 60 years of age, and besides her husband is survived by the following children, Mrs. Dave Comer, of Elkton, Mrs. George Orye, of Shenandoah, Mrs. Horace Stredic, Baltimore, Md., Amos and Ernest Higgs, of Pennsylvania and Alfred Higgs, of Roanoke. Before marriage she was a Miss Davis, of near Elkton and the following brothers and sisters all of near Elkton survive her: Frank, Henry, Luther, John and David Davis and Mrs. Lee Secrist. Mrs. Higgs was held in high esteem in the community and for many years had been a consistent member of the U.B. Church, Shenandoah. At this time no arrangements have been made for the funeral.                                                                                                  
MRS. NANCY HIGGS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 23 Jun 1925
DEATH OF NATIVE OF PAGE
            About 5 o’clock on last Monday morning, June 15, 1925, at the home of her daughter, two miles east of New Market, Va., Mrs. Nancy E. Higgs, widow of the late Samuel R. Higgs, departed this life after an illness of several weeks from a complication of diseases and the infirmities of old age. The deceased was the daughter of the late Mr. Cornelius and Mrs. Rebecca Jenkins (nee Cave), and was born in Page county, having attained her 88th birthday, last May 12th. Her husband, the late Samuel R. Higgs, died about 35 years ago. She is survived by two sons, Roland, at New Market and William at Afton, Va., and one daughter, Lillie, near New Market.
            Mrs. Higgs was a member of the Church of the Brethren, having transferred her membership about two years ago from the Methodist church to that of the former denomination.
            After a brief religious service at the home of her daughter, conducted by Rev. T.A. Graves, at 10 o’clock on last Tuesday morning, her remains were conveyed to St. Matthew Lutheran cemetery in this town and interred beside her husband…
            …- Shenandoah Valley, New Market.                                                                      
OLIVER HILLIARD
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 29 Oct 1929
DEATH OF OLIVER HILLIARD
            Oliver Hilliard, aged 22, died at 2:30 p.m., on Friday at the home of his father, William J. Hilliard, near Stanley, after a year or more of declining health due to Bright's Disease and complications... he leaves a young widow and two infant children, Cletus, aged fourteen months, and Phyllis May, aged 2 months. The widow, formerly Miss Melba Nauman, is a daughter of Solon Nauman. He leaves his father and mother and the following brothers and sisters: Lloyd and Leo Hilliards, of Shepherdstown, W.Va., and Willie, Herman, George, Louis, and Misses Lillian, Edna, Dorothy and Alyse Hilliard at home. His mother was formerly Miss Liccie Lucas, daughter of the late Martin lucas, of Ingham. The funeral which was held from Hilliards Chapel on Sunday was conducted by Eld. Stanley, of Shenandoah, with burial in the Martin Lucas graveyard near Ingham.
GEORGE HENDERSON
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 12 Feb 1924
DEATH OF GEORGE HENDERSON
            George Henderson, of near Marksville, died on Friday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ed. Hutchinson in the same locality, after a long illness from Bright’s disease complicated with other maladies. He had been at Mrs. Hutchinson’s for several months and had received tender care.
            Mr. Henderson who was almost fifty years old, was a son of George Henderson, a well known Confederate Veteran of the Marksville neighborhood. He was the proprietor of Henderson’s mill as was with his father before him and was also engaged in farming. At one time he conducted a store at the mill. His health began to decline rapidly six or eight months ago.
            Mr. Henderson leaves the following brothers and sisters: Seldon Henderson, of Shenandoah Junction, William Henderson, of Baltimore, Mrs. Jennie Davis, of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Sadie Leak, Mrs. Lester Pendergast, Mrs. Ed Hutchinson and Mrs. Edward Wolfersberger, of Stanley, and Mrs. John V. Kite, of Bardane, W.Va.
            The funeral was held at Graves Chapel at 10 a.m., on Sunday, Rev. J.W. Leggett conducting the services. The burial took place in the family grave yard in the Basin.
MRS. SALLIE FREEZE HENRY (I)
Page News & Courier, Friday 28 Dec 1923
LOCALS
            Mrs. Sallie Frieze Henry, widow of John Henry, and a native of Page county, died of paralysis December 18th at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Burch, at Woodstock, aged 81 years. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. William Burch and Mrs. Virginia Henry, of Woodstock , and Mrs. Alice Vaughan, of Hagerstown, and three sons, Curtis, Caywood and Ashby Henry, of Woodstock. Mrs. Henry had lived for many years at Woodstock. She was a member of the Methodist church.                                                        
MRS. SALLY HENRY (II)
Page News & Courier, Friday 18 Jan 1924
PALMY DAYS OF NEWPORT
            For the benefit of the relatives and friends of Sally Ann Henry, who passed away at her home near Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Va., on Dec. 23, 1923, you will please publish this article. Mrs. Henry was born at Newport, Page County, Va., 83 years ago. She was a daughter of David Freeze and married John Henry in 1866, who at that time had just recovered from wounds received during the war. Seven balls had passed thru his flesh, one hit the heart. She was a sister of Mrs. Adam Seekford, my mother, who died in
1865, and Mrs. Noah Foltz, who is also dead; Mrs. John Higgs, of Baltimore, Mrs. Henry Shenk, of Luray; Jeff, John Harrison and Joseph Freeze, all dead but Harrison, who lives near Harrisonburg, and Joseph, who lives near Newport, Va. She was the mother of a large family of children, but I do not know their names, as I never saw any of them…           
            But few people now living around Newport remember her as most all the people of her young life have passed away. Old Jake Freeze, who at one time lived just north of the bridge in Luray, was her uncle.                                                                                         
RUSSELL HILLIARD
Page News & Courier, Friday 26 Jan 1923
DEATH OF CHILD
            Russell Hilliard, aged 1 year, 2 months and 17 days infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hilliard, of Ingham, this county, died on Monday, January 22, 1923; after several weeks illness with pneumonia and was buried in the family graveyard the following day with services by Elders Frank Comer and John Henderson…                                    
WILLIAM HITT
Page News & Courier, Friday 3 Oct 1924
MR. HITT DIES AT GREAT AGE
            William Hitt, an aged citizen of the county, who lived for many years at Newport, passed away at 9 p.m., on Tuesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. B.F. Judd, in Shenandoah City. Mr. Hitt who was a brother of the late Charles O. Hitt, of Luray, was about ninety-two years of age and was born in Greene county. His wife has been dead for a number of years. He had been feeble and unable to work for a long time and a short time before his death was paralyzed. For a long time he had been living with his children. The following children survive: Mrs. Ben Judd and Mrs. Harry Stanley, of Shenandoah City, Mrs. Ben Breeden, of Baltimore, Mrs. Paul Hitt and Mrs. Nannie Riddle, of Elkton, John Hitt, Mrs. Harry Coatney, and Mrs. John Higgs, of Newport, Mrs. Clint Turner and Mrs. Emma Phillips. All of Mr. Hitt’s brothers and sisters are believed to be dead.
            He was a respected citizen and a member of the Brethren church for a number of years. The funeral was held in the Christian church at Newport on Thursday, Rev. A.W. Andes conducting the services, and the body being interred at Newport.                          
MRS. MARY HOCKMAN
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 10 Mar 1925
MRS. HOCKMAN DIES IN ROCKBRIDGE
            Mrs. Mary Hockman, widow of James Hockman, of Fairfield, Rockbridge county, died at her home at midnight on Sunday, after a long illness, aged about sixty years, and will be buried at the Brick church, near Grove Hill, this county, at 1 p.m., on Wednesday.
            Mrs. Hockman was a daughter of the late David A. Huffman, of Grove Hill, and leaves two brothers, Charles and Hubert Huffman, and three sisters, Mrs. Hubert Foltz, Mrs. Ashby Foltz and Mrs. H.J. Foltz, all of this county. Her surviving children are as follows: Willie, John and Miss Carrie Hockman, of Fairfield; Ashby and Oscar Hockman, of Augusta county; Mrs. Oscar Sours, of Route 3, Luray; Mrs. Ben Louderback, of Stanley, and Miss Alsie Hockman, a nurse in training at Staunton, Mrs. Alice Hockman, South of Luray is a sister-in-law of the deceased.
            Mrs. Hockman owned a fine farm in Rockbridge. She was a member of the Lutheran church from early life...
MRS. EMMA HOUSDEN (WIFE OF GEORGE)
Page News & Courier, Friday 2 Mar 1923
DEATH OF MRS. HOUSDEN
            Mrs. Emma Housden, widow of G.W. Housden, died last Sunday at her home in Waynesboro, Pa., from heart trouble, aged 51 years. Mrs. Housden was a native of this county, being a daughter of the late Harrison Housden of the Newport section. Her husband has been dead something like three or four years. She is survived by three sisters- all of this county. They are Mrs. Mary Good, Mrs. D.T. Turner, and Mrs. Edward Housden, all of the Newport section, and two children, Miss L. Emma Housden and Casper Housden both of Waynesboro. The burial took place in that city on Tuesday of this week, the services being conducted by a minister of the Brethren church of which she was a member. John and Robert Housden and Mrs. Clarence Campbell, of this county, are brothers and sisters of Mrs. Housden’s late husband.                                                        
MRS. EMMA HOUSDEN (WIFE OF JOHN)
Page News & Courier, Friday 13 Apr 1923
DEATH OF MRS. EMMA HOUSDEN
            Mrs. Emma Housden, of Newport, this county, wife of John W. Housden, died at 10 a.m., on Wednesday at the hospital at Harrisonburg, where she had been under treatment for several weeks. Her health had been poor for a year or more, and she had been at the hospital previously, but only for about a month past had her condition been of an immediately critical character. She was forty two years of age. A woman of fine intelligence, devoted to her family, and active in church and Sunday school… having been a member of the Brethren church for many years and loyal to every good cause.
            Mrs. Housden is survived by her husband, one son, Oscar Housden, and one daughter, Mrs. Clarence Price, all of the Newport neighborhood. She was a daughter of the late William Higgs, of Newport, John Higgs, of Illinois, Mrs. Bessie Strole, of Indiana, and Mrs. Sis Cornwell, of Front Royal.
            The funeral of Mrs. Housden will take place at eleven o’clock this (Friday) morning, the remains being buried at Newport. The body was brought home in the hearse from Harrisonburg on Wednesday accompanied by the husband of the deceased who had been with her at Harrisonburg during her last illness.                                                    
HELEN HOUSDEN
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 19 Jun 1923
            Helen aged one year, five months and seven days, infant daughter of Millard Housden, died at five o’clock Saturday evening. The child’s illness which lasted a week or two is said to have begun with a fall. The funeral was conducted by Eld. Frank Comer the remains being buried in the family graveyard. The parents have the sympathy of many friends in their distress. They have one child surviving.                                              
JOHN HOUSDEN
Page News & Courier, Friday 5 Nov 1926
DEATH OF LIFE-LONG RESIDENT OF NEWPORT
            John Housden, one of the best known and most substantial citizens of the Newport neighborhood, died at his home on Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock, after an illness with tuberculosis lasting several years... a loyal member of the Newport Brethren church, from which his funeral will be held today, Friday, at eleven o'clock, conducted by Elders Charles Long and Ernest Cave of the Brethren church. Mr. Housden's wife died about four years ago. He is survived by one son, Oscar Housden, with whom he lived, one daughter, Mrs. Clarence (Mary) Price, of Newport, one sister, Mrs. William Campbell, of Newport and one brother, Robert Housden, of Honeyville. He was a son of James Housden who has been dead many years.
MISS GENEVA HOUSER
Page News & Courier, Friday 9 Feb 1923
STANLEY
            Died
            Miss Geneva Houser, daughter of John and Lillie Houser, died Friday February 2, 1923, of tuberculosis. She leaves a father, mother, three brothers and three sisters. She was a consistent member of the Stanley Methodist church for the past four years. She was always in her place at Sunday School and also other Christian work when she was able… Funeral was conducted by her pastor, Rev. Van Devander, Monday afternoon at Graves Chapel. She was 21 years, 8 months and 12 days of age.                                                 
JOHN V. HOUSER
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 30 Jul 1929
DEATH OF JOHN V. HOUSER
            John V. Houser, aged 55 years, for years a Norfolk and Western section foreman, died at his home at Stanley on Friday after a long period of ill health...
            ... Mr. Houser was prominent in the Masons and Odd Fellows, a member of the Methodist church... He leaves a widow who is a daughter of John R. Short, of Stanley, and five children, Leo, Orville, Page Elizabeth and Frances Houser all single and living with their parents. One daughter, Geneva, is deceased. Mr. Houser was a brother of Mrs. Wilmer Berry of Stanley.
            The funeral was held from Graves Chapel at two o'clock, yesterday afternoon, Rev. M.G. Lilly in charge...
MRS. VIRINDA HOUSER
Page News & Courier, Friday 27 Aug 1920
DEATH OF MRS. HOUSER
            Mrs. Virinda Houser, widow of John Houser, died at her home in Stanley, Monday, August 23, after a long illness of a complication of diseases. Before marriage Mrs. Houser was a Miss Cave, and was 68 years, 6 months and 16 days of age. She is survived by two children- John Houser and Mrs. Wilmer Berry. The burial took place in Graves Chapel cemetery on Wednesday, the funeral services being conducted by Elder John Jenkins, of the Old School Baptist church, though she was a member of the Methodist church, her pastor being absent at the time of her burial...
REV. B. FRANKLIN HUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 21 May 1928
DEATH OF REV. B.F. HUFFMAN
Shenandoah, May. 20- B. Franklin Huffman, a minister, died at his home on Friday night in Staunton, Va., where he had resided for a number of years. The funeral was held at 3 p.m., Sunday with interment in Thorn Hill Cemetery, Staunton. His wife before marriage was a Miss Arbelia Stanley, daughter of George W. Stanley, and a sister of R.L., H.C., William and Wert Stanley, and Mrs. Maggie Rothgeb of this section. Mr. Huffman is survived by his second wife whom he married four or five years ago in Staunton, and by fours sons and five daughters by the first wife and one daughter by the last wife. All the sons and daughters by the first wife are married. He also leaves fourteen grandchildren. Mr. Huffman was a member of the Baptist church his entire life. He was 79 years old and was born and reared three miles from Shenandoah on Naked Creek, on what is now known as the Noah Koontz farm, which Mr. Huffman’s father owned. Mr. Huffman lived an honest, upright, Christian life… For a number of years he was a school teacher. The writer was one of his scholars for several years. He was liked by everyone who knew him…                                                                                                                                     
DAVID HUFFMAN & SARAH BLOSSER-HUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Friday 1 Jul 1921
... in the years of 1834 and 1836 in old Virginia, in the vicinity of Stony Man Mountain, the tutelage of two lives began that were destined not only to have a potent influence on each other
but to many others.
            The elder of these was Sarah Blosser, daughter of Daniel Blosser, and the other was David Huffman, son of Ambrose Huffman. Born at a time when life privelages and opportunities were much different from those of the present, they experienced many difficulties and problems which were bravely and wisely met. Their acquaintance began very early in life and in 1855, they were married, she being 21 years of age and he 20. The union continued unbroken for almost 65 years. For 15 years hey continued to reside in the vicinity in which they were born passing thru the troublesome period of the Civil War, in which Mr. Huffman participated for 2 years. In 1872, thinking that opportunities were better, they went to Ohio, spending nearly all the remainder of their lives in Mahoning county. Mr. Huffman spent a greater part of his life in the lumber business but retired a number of years ago.
            To them were born ten children, four bous and six girls- James, Silas and Charles, successful lumber dealers in the city of Youngstown, O., Millard, a prosperous farmer near Greenford, O. The daughters are Mrs. L.U. Hulin and Mrs. C.H. Sell, of Youngstown; Mrs. H.L. Weikart and Mrs. John Basinger, of Canfield; Mrs. Fred McEwen of Alliance, O.; and Mrs. L.S. Cost, of Baltimore, Md.
            Without the loss of one, the parting came quietly and peacefully on the evening of May 28th. Mrs. Huffman passing away, followed by her life companion, who had been a sufferer from diabetes for some time...
            Funeral services for Mr. H. were held in the Disciples church at Canfield, O... interment in both instances was made in the Canfield mausoleum.
DAVID A. HUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Friday 21 May 1920
DEATH OF MR. HUFFMAN
            David A. Huffman, a respected citizen of this county, died at his home in the Newport neighborhood Wednesday morning of this week at an early hour. Mr. Huffman had been ill for sometime from stomach trouble, complicated with other diseases. Mr. Huffman had been living in the upper end of Page county for many years, though he was born at the old Huffman homestead on the Hawksbill, not farm from the Old School Baptist church, upon which his brother, Charles S. Huffman now lives. This was about 75 years ago. In addition to this brother he is survived by the following: Eld. J.B.F. Huffman, of Rileyville and Jacob Huffman, of Rockingham county. His wife has been dead about six years and the following children survive him: Mrs. Ashby Foltz of Leaksville, Hunter and Charles Huffman, of Newport; Mrs. Mary Susan Hockman, of Rockbridge county; Mrs. Sarah Foltz and Mrs. Hubert Foltz, the two latter of Newport. The deceased had been a member of the Brethren church for many years, and was a man of influence in the denomination… The funeral services took place on Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Brick church… The Huffman family is one of the oldest in Page county…                                                                                                                          
DAVID L. HUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Friday 28 Dec 1923
DEATH OF DAVID HUFFMAN
            David L. Huffman, a well known citizen of Shenandoah, died at his home in that place on Wednesday morning a little after 4 o’clock. Death was due to heart failure and dropsical affection with which he had been suffering for five or six years. Mr. Huffman sold out his farm in the Alma section about the time his health failed and moved to Shenandoah, where he was living a retired life. He was a son of the late Andrew J. Huffman, of Alma… Mrs. Huffman to whom he was married in 1889 is a daughter of the late Jefferson Dovel of this county. She survives him with the following children: Charles Huffman, of Alma, Frank Huffman, of Stephens City, Dewey Huffman, of Woodstock, and Vernon Huffman, Edgar Huffman and Glenwood Huffman, of Shenandoah, the first three being married, and the following daughters: Mrs. Vernon Foltz, of New Market, Mrs. Alma Karnes, Mrs. Savilla Karnes, and Mrs. Charlotte and Ruth Huffman, the four latter of Shenandoah. Mr. Huffman’s brothers are W.L. Huffman, rural carrier on Route 1, Stanley, and Charles and Ashby Huffman, of Alma, his sister being Mrs. Wilmer Alger, of the same section. Mr. Huffman was a devout member of the Lutheran church, holding his membership with that denomination at Alma. The funeral takes place today (Friday) at 2 o’clock from the Lutheran church at that place, the services being conducted by Rev. A.L. Bolick, of Shenandoah.                                                                                       
JAMES HUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Friday 21 Apr 1922
DEATH OF JAMES HUFFMAN
            James Huffman, aged about 84 years, a native of this county, died in Washington last Friday. He had been living in that city for sometime though had often visited this county prospecting in the mountain sections for minerals of which by deep study he had acquired considerable knowledge. He was well acquainted with the Blue Ridge and Massanutton mountains of this county, where his pursuit of their hidden mineral wealth often carrued him. At times he traveled horseback though whenever his investigations could be better prosecuted on foot the animal was abandoned. He is survived by several children and two brothers- Frank Huffman, who lives in Augusta county and Luther Huffman of Roanoke county. His wife has been dead many years. He was a brother of Isaac Huffman, the late husband of Mrs. Luretta Huffman, of Mechanic street...
MRS. MARGARET HUFFMAN (I)
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 13 Sep 1927
DEATH OF HUBERT LEE HUFFMAN
            Mrs. Margaret Huffman, wife of Hubert Lee Huffman, of Battle Creek near Honeyville, died on Monday, after a long illness with tuberculosis complicated with other troubles. Mrs. Huffman was a sister of the late Ambrose and Frank Rhinehart. She was about sixty-five years old and left no children... She was a woman of deeply religious character.
MRS. MARGARET HUFFMAN (II)
Page News & Courier, Friday 16 Sep 1927
DEATH OF MRS. HUBERT LEE HUFFMAN
            Mrs. Margaret Huffman, wife of Hubert Lee Huffman, died between one and two o’clock on Monday morning at her home at Battle Creek three miles from Honeyville, her decease following several months illness from tuberculosis complicated with other troubles. She had not been strong for years. In the last few weeks of her illness she was confined to her bed.
            Mrs. Huffman passed her 64th birthday last May. She was a daughter of the late A.J. Rinehart, of this county, and a sister of Ambrose and Frank Rinehart, highly esteemed citizens of the Newport section, who have died in recent years. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary Campbell, widow of A.J. Campbell of the White House, Page county, and Mrs. Jane Alger, of East Point, Rockingham county.  She married Hubert Lee Huffman, a prominent farmer of the county, on November 25, 1882. Mr. Huffman’s early home was on the Hawksbill near Luray but he has resided in the Battle Creek section for many years. The couple lived happily and congenially until separated by the hand of death. They had no children. Mrs. Huffman was a member of the Newport Christian church…
            The funeral which was held at the home on Tuesday afternoon was conducted by Rev. A.W. Andes, pastor of the deceased, with interment in the family graveyard on the Ambrose Rinehart place, a mile and a half from the Huffman home.
            Among those at the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Solon Campbell of Portland, Oregon, the latter a daughter of the late Ambrose Rinehart…                                     
MRS. MARY JANE HUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Friday 5 Jan 1923
DEATH OF MRS. MARY JANE HUFFMAN
            Mrs. Mary Jane Huffman, widow of Albert Huffman, who made her home with her daughter, Mrs. William E. Coffman, near Honeyville, this county, died at five o’clock last Friday evening after several weeks illness, aged eighty-three years. Mrs. Huffman was active almost to the last having been taken ill the middle of December at the home of Elmer Keyser where she was assisting with the butchering work. She was taken home shortly after he illness began.
            …
            The deceased is survived by the following children: A.S. Huffman, Mrs. Charles T. Keyser, Mrs. Berryman Keyser and Mrs. W.E. Coffman, all of Honeyville. Her husband Albert Huffman, died nine years ago their homehaving been where William E. Coffman, a son in law, now resides. Mrs. Huffman leaves fourteen grandchildren and twenty-four great grandchildren. She was a sister of Philip Strole, of Shenandoah, Solon Strole, of Harrisonburg, and Isaac Strole, the last named having located in the West years ago. She was a member of the Lutheran church for sixty-five years, and was active and attentive in performing her obligations as a Christian and church member. The funeral which took place from her late home was conducted by her pastor, Rev. AL. Bolick, the interment taking place in the family graveyard.                                                                    
MRS. POLLY ANN HUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Friday 7 Jul 1922
DEATH OF MRS. HUFFMAN OF NAKED CREEK
            Mrs. Polly Ann Huffman, widow of the late John P. Huffman, died at 1 a.m. on Friday at the home of her only surviving child, Mrs. Noah W. Koontz, of Naked Creek, near Shenandoah City, having reached the advanced age of eighty-five years. Her illness began with breaking her hip by a fall two weeks prior to her death. Prior to marriage she was a Miss Secrist of Naked Creek, one brother surviving her. Her husband, who was a prominent citizen and at one time Supervisor of Shenandoah Iron Works District, died fifteen years ago, since which time she has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Koontz. Her husband was a brother of Mrs. Thomas C. Heiston and A.J. Huffman of near Liray... For many years she was a member of the United Brethren Church...
            Mrs. Huffman's funeral, which took place from her home on Saturday morning, was conducted by Rev. Mr. Fadely, assisted by Rev. Mr. Coffey. The remains were interred in the graveyard on the Koontz place...
MRS. SALLIE MAY HUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 20 Sep 1927
DEATH OF YOUNG MOTHER
            Mrs. Sallie May Huffman, wife of Willie Huffman, of near Honeyville, died at 1 p.m., on Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Painter, on Mud Pike, her death being a release from a long period of suffering Mr. and Mrs. Huffman resided with his father, A.S. Huffman, near Honeyville. A month ago, Mrs. Huffman while on a visit at the home of her parents was taken too ill too leaves and lingered there for a month. Her health began to fail a year ago. In February she went to the hospital for advice and afterwards went to Washington, D.C., a number of times for radium treatment.
            Mrs. Huffman died at the age of 31 years, 4 months and 10 days, leaving her husband with two little children, Eunice, aged 10 and Harold, aged 6. She was married on August 12, 1914. The surviving brothers and sisters are Sheldon, John and Raymond Painter, Mrs. J.W. McDaniel, and Mrs. James Jenkins, all of the Mill Creek section, Mrs. William Burner, on the River, and Noah Painter, of Washington, D.C.
            ... She belonged to the Lutheran church.
            The funeral took place at the Leaksville Christian church yesterday morning, Rev. A.L. Boliek conducting the service assisted by Eld. John B. Jenkins, with burial in the cemetery at the church...
HELEN HUGHES
Page News & Courier, Friday 29 Aug 1924
DEATH OF CHILD
            Helen Hughes, aged eleven years, daughter of the late Herman Hughes, died of diptheria on Tuesday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Hughes Buracker five miles South of town. The funeral took place on the same day. Several other children are ill in the family but are improving.
THOMAS H. HURT
Page News & Courier, Friday 7 Mar 1925
            Thomas H. Hurt, of Houstonia, Mo., a native of Madison county, Va., and an ex-Confederate soldier who has been a subscriber to the News and Courier for many years and has always manifested a deep interest in the people of this county, died recently at the age of eighty-four. A death notice will appear in the next issue of the News and Courier.                                                                                                                             
MR. & MRS. JENKINS (PARENTS OF HUBERT)
Page News & Courier, Friday 9 Mar 1923
BEAHM’S GAP
            Hubert Jenkins, of Woodville, who married Miss Blanche Bradley,daughter of Mr. John W. Bradley, of Kimball, has lost both his father and mother in the past month. The funeral of Mrs. Jenkins, his aged mother, which took place during the last week was attended by T.W. Shenk and wife and John W. Bradley. His father died just three weeks earlier.                                                                                                                                        
MRS. ANNIE JENKINS (I)
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 26 Apr 1927
DEATH OF MRS. ANNIE JENKINS         
            Mrs. Annie Jenkins, widow of Frank M. Jenkins, deceased, died at her home near Stanley, at 7:30 a.m., yesterday after a week’s illness. While she had been bedfast for only one week, her condition had been declining for four or five years from causes incident to old age. She passed her 75th birthday on the 25th of this month. She has resided alone much of the time since the death of her husband ten years ago, her children and grandchildren caring for her during her last illness and at other times when needed.
            Mrs. Jenkins was a daughter of the late Rev. John Wesley Dadisman, a local Methodist preacher, of Alma, this county. She was married about fifty-eight years ago to F.M. Jenkins, a well known and highly esteemed farmer of this county. Their surviving children are Mrs. I.D. Coffman, of Hagerstown, Charles W. Jenkins, of Charles Town, Frank M. Jenkins, of Rileyville, and Burnette Jenkins, Stanley, all of whom were with her constantly during her final illness. Two children Luther H. Jenkins, of Stanley, and Mrs. Samuel Printz, of Hagerstown, are dead. She leaves two full sisters, Mrs. R.P. Foltz, of Stanley, and Mrs. W.H. Mayes, of Mud Pike, one half brother, Kemper Dadisman, N. & W. engineer at Shenandoah City, and three half sisters, Mrs. James Estes, of Greene county, Va., Mrs. Thomas G. Decker, of Shenandoah, and Mrs. John W. Grubbs, of Shenandoah.
            Mrs. Jenkins was a member of the Adventist church from early life…
            The funeral will be held at the Adventist church at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Eld. R.D. Hottel, in charge and the interment in the graveyard at the church. In addition to all the children, three grandchildren, Mrs. Anna Calhoun, Russell Printz and Miss Printz, all of Washington, D.C., were here during Mrs. Jenkins’ last illness and will be at the burial. 
MRS. ANNIE JENKINS (II)
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 24 May 1927
IN REMEBRANCE
            In sad but loving remembrance of my dear cousin, Mrs. Annie Jenkins.
            On the 25 day of April 1927 there passed from earth to her Heavenly home, Mrs. Annie Jenkins at her home near Stanley, Va., aged 75 years... our mothers being sisters, I had lost sight of them entirely until a few years ago...                        J.C. Blakemore                        Fairmont, W.Va.
MRS. BARBARA ANN JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 4 Aug 1925
MRS. JENKINS DIES AT RIPE OLD AGE
            Mrs. Barbara Ann Jenkins, who for practically all of her life was a resident of the Stony Man section in this county, died on Friday night at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose C. Painter, of Edgewood, Md., where she had made her home for the past eighteen months. She had attained the age of eighty-four years, her deceased being due to failure of the vital forces on account of old age. For the last four months she had been helpless and bedfast.
            One co-incidence attending the passing of Mrs. Jenkins was that she was buried on the 36th anniversary of the funeral of her husband, Daniel Jenkins, of Stony Man, this county. She leaves one brother, Philip M. Printz, of Ida, this county, the well know civil war veteran, and the following children; James Jenkins, of Luray; Benton Jenkins, of Springfield, O., Mrs. Emma J. Printz, of Urbana, O.; Mrs. A.C. Painter, of Maryland, and Mrs. George W. Painter, of Luray. A son, Frank Jenkins who died a few years ago, always lived with his mother… The body came Sunday night in charge of A.C. Painter and the funeral was held from Mt. Zion Brethren church the next day, Rev. C.I. Morgan conducting the services and the interment taking place in Mt. Zion cemetery.
            … In childhood she connected herself with Mt. Calvary Lutheran church. In her long life-time spent at Stony Man she held the respect and esteem of every body who knew her.                                                                                                                        
MRS. CATHERINE JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 15 Apr 1921
DEATH OF MRS. CATHERINE JENKINS
            Mrs. Catherine Jenkins, who was the daughter of the late Andrew and Lydia Jenkins, was married to William Parks the year before the Civil War. Her husband was killed during the war. After the war she was married to Isaac C. Jenkins. She was the mother of twelve children. She was a member of the Disciples church for 35 or 40 years, declaring that she was ready for the final summons. Her death occurred April 6, the burial taking place the following day, Rev. Carroll Palmer of Stanley conducting the services. A large crowd being in attendance. She is survived by four children and two brothers. She was supposed to be about 82 years of age.
                                                GEORGE W. THOMAS, Stanley, Va.                                 
BROADDUS JENKINS (ANDREW BROADDUS)
Page News & Courier, Friday 13 Jul 1928
DEATH OF BROADDUS JENKINS
            Broaddus Jenkins of near Mauck died on Wednesday, after an illness of four months with cancer of the liver. He was 78 years old. His wife, who was a Miss Weakley, died a good many years ago. He has one daughter, Mrs. Ed Jones and one son, Ernest Jenkins, both of near Mauck. Of a large family of brothers and sisters he leaves only one living brother, Philip Jenkins, of near Mauck. His burial will take place this morning in the Buracker graveyard.
            Mr. Jenkins nursed the late Auctioneer George Bailey for nearly nine years and was employed by the Bailey and Kiblinger families for nearly nineteen years. They found him to be honorable, faithful and upright in every particular.                                           
CHARLES JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 7 Jun 1927
CHARLES JENKINS DIES OF INJURIES
            Charles Jenkins, of Stanley, died at the University Hospital, Charlottesville at 3 p.m., on Saturday from injuries to his spine caused by a fall from a tree on Isaac N. Long's place near Marksville a month ago. Mr. Jenkins was visited by his daughter, Miss Daisy Jenkins, on Monday before his death, and at that time he seemed to be doing well and spoke confidently of coming home in a week or so... The family consisting of his wife and daughter already named...
            The fatal accident occurred while Mr. Jenkins was up in a tree trimming the dead limbs. He is said to have fallend about twenty-eight feet going though a ladder that stood at the bottom of the tree. The accident occurred in the yard at the home of I.N. Long, Sr.
            The deceased was raied in the Kiblinger store or Mauck neighborhood, but had spent much of his life around Ida, having moved from the E.T. Brumback place in that neighborhood to Stanley just before the fatal accident. His wife, who is much of an invalid is a daughter of Mart Buracker, deceased. The family live in one of Gilbert Good's houses at Stanley. Mr. Jenkins was a son of Doll Jenkins, and was a brother of William Jenkins, of the Cavetown section. The funeral took place from the home yesterday afternoon, Rev. Mr. Cave being in charge...
CHARLES LUTHER JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 26 Mar 1929
DEATH
            Charles Luther Jenkins, aged 51 years, died on Saturday at the home of his brother, Walter Jenkins, near Mauck, this county, after a long illness. He had been in rather poor health for years and several months ago was paralyzed. Six weeks before his death on account of his feeble condition he went to the home of his brother, Walter, where he was cared for.         
            ... He belonged to the Bethlehem Disciples church at Mauck for a number of years. He was unmarried. His father was John Elzy Jenkins of near Mauck. His brothers and sisters include Walter, Seldon and Mahlon Jenkins and Mrs. Cora Seal of this county. The deceased followed farming and hauling. The funeral was held yesterday.
CHARLES T. JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 24 Jan 1930
DEATH OF RESPECTED CITIZEN NEAR STANLEY
            Charles T. Jenkins, of Jordon Hollow, three miles East of Stanley, died at his home at 8 p.m., on Tuesday after being very feeble for more than a year owing to old age and heart trouble. Several months ago Mr. Jenkins’ condition became better and he was able to be around until a few days before his death, when he was taken down again. He was a thrifty and industrious farmer who owned a desirable small farm in the mountains and was highly respected by his neighbors. For years he was an active and useful member of the Methodist church.
            Mr. Jenkins leaves a widow who was Miss June Price, sister of William H. Price, of Luray, and the following children: Marvin Jenkins, who is employed in a mill at Harrisonburg, Mrs. Hilda Bailey, of Baltimore, Mrs. Ward Owens, of Stanley, Mrs. Seldon Jenkins, of Jordan Hollow, and Miss Flora Jenkins at home. He is also survived by one full brother, Lester Jenkins, of Jordan Hollow, one half-sister, Mrs. James A. Taylor, of near Mauck, and by four half-brothers, Reuben, Robert and David Jenkins, of Pine Grove, near Stanley, and James Jenkins, of Stanley.
            The funeral was held from Graves Chapel Methodist church on Wednesday, Rev. G.H.H. Tyler in charge with interment at the Chapel.                                                
CHURCHILL JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 13 Apr 1926
STANLEY
            Churchill Jenkins died at his home near Criglersville April 7, 1926 after a week’s illness of flu, aged 81 years. Mr. Jenkins spent practically all his life in the Criglersville neighborhood. In early life he connected himself with Oak Grove church and was a consistent member. He was always in his place at preaching time, and some of the most fervent prayers heard in the church came from his lips. He leaves two sons, Robert Jenkins, of Stanley, and Edward Jenkins, with whom he lived, and who with his family gave him every care and attention possible. The funeral services were held at Oak Grove church Friday at 2 p.m. and the burial was made in the family graveyard on Mr. Joseph Blankenbaker’s place near Aylor- Madison Co. Eagle.                                                         
MRS. CORA JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 19 Mar 1929
DEATH OF MRS. CORA JENKINS
            Mrs. Cora Jenkins, died last Thursday morning, March 15th, at the home of her son-in-law, Amon Campbell, at Woodville, Rappahannock county. Recently she had become very feeble owing to her advanced age of 75 years... Her husband, John W. Jenkins died many years ago. She leaves the following children, Mrs. W.H. Abbott, of Luray, Mrs. Amon Campbell, Mrs. Bertie Jenkins, of near Woodville, and Randolph Jenkins, of Flint Hill, Rappahannock county... Funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. P.H. Chelf, of the Baptist church, at the home on Friday at one o'clock. The interment was in the family burying ground near Woodville.
DAVID JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 21 May 1920
DEATH OF DAVID JENKINS
            David Jenkins died at his home near Stanley on Monday of some dropsical affection. He had been in ill health for a long time and his death had been expected for several weeks. He had been married three times, being survived by two children by the last marriage, four by the second and one by the first. Mr. Jenkins was a son Elza Jenkins and for some time had been living on the Morgan Mayes place between Alma and Stanley. He was a member of the Adventist church. The burial took place at the Adventist church near Stanley on Wednesday afternoon.                                                                   
DONALD JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 1 Jul 1921
Death of Bright Little Babe
            Donald, the bright little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jenkins, died at the home of its parents about one mile southeast of Luray, on Saturday morning, after one month' sillness. The little one was taken with convulsions, caused from cutting teeth, which left him in an unconscious state, from which he never railled. He is survived by his parents, two little brothers, Clyde and Arnold, and one sister, Bertha. His uncle Claude attended the funeral from Hagerstown and returned Monday. Funeral and burial were held at Mt. Zion Dunkard church, and was conducted by Elder D.N. Spitler...
MRS. DRUCILLA JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 14 Jun 1927
DEATH AT HOSPITAL
            Mrs. Drucilla Jenkins, wife of Son Jenkins, of near Kiblinger's store died at the University Hospital, Charlottesville, yesterday morning... A husband and four or five children, ranging in age from infancy to about seventeen, survive her. She was about thirty-five years old and was a daughter of W.F. Buracker. She was a consistent member of the Bethlehem Disciples church... The body will be brought home for burial.
MRS. ELIZA JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 7 Jul 1922
Stanley
            Mrs. Eliza Jenkins, widow of Israel Jenkins, died on Wednesday at her home in Taylor's Hollow, above Mauck, aged about seventy-fove years. She leaves one son Isaac Jenkins, and one daughter, Mrs. Bud Sampson, both of this county. She was buried near her home on Thursday.
MRS. ELIZABETH CAROLINE JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 2 Dec 1921
MRS. CHURCHILL JENKINS
            Mrs. Elizabeth Caroline Jenkins, died Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1921 at the family home near Madison. Mrs. Jenkins received a stroke of paralysis at 8 a.m., and breathed her last at 3 p.m. The deceased was a loyal member of the Methodist church for more than 40 years... She was a daughter of Simon Hurt, and married Mr. Jenkins, who survives, in 1865. She was 78 years old. Surviving are two sons, Messrs. E.A. Jenkins, of this county, and R.J. Jenkins, of Stanley, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Jane Cave
            The burial was in the old family burying ground at Banco, Rev. J.O. Babcock conducting the service. Mr. J.C. Clore was the undertaker.- Madison Exponent.
MRS. ELIZABETH JENKINS (WIFE OF BEN)
Page News & Courier, Friday 19 Mar 1926
DEATH OF MRS. ELIZABETH JENKINS
            Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins, residing with her daughter, Mrs. Jacob Campbell, near Catherine Furnace, died last Sunday in her 89th year, after being in feeble health for a long time from the effects of old age. She was bedfast for six or eight weeks.
            Her surviving children include Mrs. Jacob Campbell, Miss Mary Jenkins, William H. Jenkins, of Newport, Isaac Jenkins, living on the George W. Strole place on the Ridge and Roland and Benton Jenkins. Mrs. Jenkins spent a great part of her life in the Blue Ridge, having lived near Tanners Ridge. She was a Confederate pensioner, her husband, deceased years ago having served in the army. She was a church member and highly esteemed. The funeral and interment took place at the Brick Church on Tuesday.
ELSIE B. JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 2 Dec 1921
FATAL SHOOTING AT SPERRYVILLE
            A dispatch from Sperryville under date of November 28th gives the following account of a killing near that place last Saturday:
            "Elzie B. Jenkins, son of the late J. Newman Jenkins, who resided several miles west of this place, was shot and killed yesterday afternoon at the home of John S. Jenkins, who after the shooting walked several miles to town, and gave himself up to the sheriff, and is now lodged in the county jail, charged with the shooting.
            The two men are said to have quarreled over money matters sometime ago. Officers are now starting an investigation."
            Both of the Jenkins are known in Page county, where for several years they have been selling bark fence posts and other wares.
            Another account of the killing is given below:
            "While apparently under the influence of liquor, Elzie Jenkins, accompanied by a boy named Roy Jenkins, engaged in a shooting scrape near the Hazel Top Mountain at the home of Filmore Jenkins, and as a result of the gun shot wounds received in the left shoulder and over the heart, Elzie Jenkins was killed.
            The man and boy approached the home of Filmore Jenkins last Sunday afternoon and started an argument with the occupants of the house, according to the story of Filmore Jenkins, and efforts to quiet them and send them away were of no avail. John Jenkins, a man of about forty years of age, and son of Filmore then took up the matter and threatened to shoot the men if they persisted in their boisterous actions. It is stated that John then fired through the door, and again through a crack in the wall, one of the shots taking effect and fatally wounding? Elzie Jenkins. It is presumed he died immediately.
FRANCIS JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 14 Jul 1922
DEATH OF FRANCIS JENKINS
            Francis Jenkins, a highly respected old citizen, living about a mile from the Brick Church in the Kimball neighborhood, who has been paralyzed for several years, died on Wednesday night, aged about sixty-five years. He leaves a widow and the following children: Clarence Jenkins, Mrs. Samuel Grandstaff, Mrs. Mervie Bradley and Mrs. Samuel Judd all of the vicinity of Kimball. Mr. Jenkins had been a member of the Brethren Church for many years. The funeral and interment took place at Beahm's Chapel on Thursday at 3 o'clock.
FRANK JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 1 Jan 1924
DEATH OF FRANK JENKINS
            Frank Jenkins, son of the late Daniel Jenkins, of this county, died at the home of his mother, Mrs. Barbara Jenkins, near Stony Man village last Saturday after a rather prolonged illness. However, he was able to get around much of the time. His father has been dead a long time and he has been living with his mother a number of years, where he had been her constant companion during the latter's illness, which has extended over a number of years. He was about 42 years of age and is survived by the following sisters: Mrs. George W. Painter, wife of the well known Brethren minister who lives two miles northwest of Luray; Mrs. A.C. Painter, of Maryland; Mrs. William Printz, of Urbana, Ohio. His brothers are James W. Jenkins, who lives a mile north of Luray, and David B. Jenkins, of Springfield, Ohio... His funeral took place at Mt. Zion Brethren church Sunday at 2 o'clock.
HAMPTON JENKINS
1920’S LOST DATE MUST GET
DEATH ON RIDGE
            Hampton Jenkins, unmarried an aged man living on the Ridge near Beahm, with his sister, Mrs. Noah Fox died on Saturday from the effects of exposure to the weather a few weeks before when he strayed off from home one night and was found half frozen the following morning. He was a member of the Brethren church. Interment at Beahm’s Chapel Sunday with services by Eld. Joseph Comer.                                                                     
MRS. JAMES JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 14 May 1920
DIED
            Mrs. Jenkins, widow of James Jenkins, living West of the River, near Shenandoah City, died last Friday, after six months illness with dropsy aged about fifty-five years. She was a daughter of Abram Rinica, deceased, and a sister of Jackson, Philip, Benj. and Thos. Rinica. She resided with several grown sons who survive her. Mrs. Jenkins was a member of the Lutheran church. The funeral was conducted by Rev. M.A. Ashby, the interment taking place in the Rinica graveyard.
L.J. JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 21 May 1920
DEATH OF L.J. JENKINS
            L.J. Jenkins, a native of Madison county, died at his home near Morning Star, this county, last Sunday. Death was due to heart disease with which he had long been troubled. He was an industrious, upright man and was highly respected by all who knew him, often remarking that all he wanted out of this life was a living and this expected to get by no other means than by hard knocks. He was a member of Bethel Methodist church in the Kimball section. The burial took place at Morning Star on Monday.            
MRS. LIN JENKINS (CLARINDA)
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 4 Oct 1927
DEATH OF MRS. BANKS JENKINS
            Mrs. Lin Jenkins, widow of Banks Jenkins, residing with her son, Walker Jenkins, of the E.T. Brumback place, on the Blue Ridge, back of Tanner’s Ridge, died at her home last Thursday. She was about seventy-five years old. For a month she had been very ill with dropsy and her health had been declining for some time. A number of children survive her. Her church membership was with the Methodists, Banks Jenkins, her husband, died in recent years. She was a good and useful woman. Burial in the family graveyard.                                                                                                                          
MRS. MARTHA ANN JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 16 Feb 1923
NEWPORT
Died
            Mrs. Martha Ann Jenkins, wife of William Jenkins, was born February 23, 1864, and departed this life, February 10, 1923, aged 58 years, 11 months and 18 days. She was the mother of five children, four daughters and one son. Three daughters preceded her to the spirit world. She leaves her husband, one son who lives in Akron, Ohio, and one daughter, Mrs. Vernon Morris, of this county, and seven grand children to mourn her loss. Mrs. Jenkins is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Mary Henry, of Hagerstown, Md.; Charles Walters, of Greene county; Jacob Walters and Eugene Walters, and Mrs. David Smith of Page county. Mrs. Jenkins became a member of the Christian Church early in life and lived a consistent Christian life. The funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. R.P. Crumpler, at the Brick Church on Monday and the remains were interred in the cemetery near by, there to await the resurrection of the dead…                                                                                                       
MRS. MOLLIE A. JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 3 Jun 1921
SUDDEN DEATH
            Mrs. Mollie A. Jenkins, widow of the late John R. Jenkins, died suddenly at her home near Mauck, Thursday night at 11 o'clock aged 66 years. Funeral Saturday afternoon. She leaves a large family to mourn her loss...
MRS. MYRTLE JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 7 Mar 1925
MRS. MYRTLE JENKINS DEAD
            Mrs. Myrtle Jenkins, of Stanley, formerly Mrs. Hisey, died at the Rockingham Memorial Hospital Wednesday where she was taken for an appendicitis operation last week. She is about forty years old and is survived by her father, John Good, two brothers, William and Cletus Good, and two sisters, Mrs. Amos Nauman and Mrs. Clarence Painter. Mrs. Good resided with her brother, William Good, in the Stanley section. She was a member of the Shenandoah Baptist church, and will be buried in the U.B. cemetery at Shenandoah today, Rev. M.W. Bloxom conducting the services.                                             
MRS. REBECCA SUSAN JENKINS (I)
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 25 May 1926
DEATH OF MRS. W.H. JENKINS
            Mrs. Rebecca Susan Jenkins, wife of William H. Jenkins, died at 7:30 a.m., on Friday at her home South of Luray, aged 66 years, 5 months and 13 days. She had been in poor health for a year or two but was able to look after her household duties until the first of February. Since then her decline has been rapid though she was bedfast for only a week. Her death was due to a complication of diseases.
            Mrs. Jenkins was a devoted wife and mother, a humble Christian and a neighbor whose death is greatly regretted in the community. She was the daughter of the late Joseph and Eliza Knight Richards, of Ida, this county. In early life she was baptized into the membership of Mt. Zion Brethren church of which she was a loyal and regular member till the end. Her marriage to Mr. Jenkins was performed by the late Eld. John A. Racer at the home of her parents on March 12, 1885. Her surviving children are Fred Jenkins, Oakton, Va., Mrs. Bernard (Mamie) Bottomley, of Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Fred (Ona) Cave, Mrs. Raymond (Ruth Virginia) Williams and Floyd E., Charles S. and William W. Jenkins, Luray. All of the children, but one who was ill, were gathered around the mother’s bed when she passed away, secure and serene in her Christian faith. One daughter, Mrs. John H. (Carrie) Cave and an infant son had preceded their mother to the spirit land. Among those at the funeral were John H. Cave, and son Cecil, of Washington, the latter having found a home with his grandparents for years after his mother’s death. Mrs. Jenkins’ surviving brother, and sisters are William S. Richards, of Ida, this county, Mrs. Pamily Nichols, of Nokesville, Va., Mrs. William H. Woodward and Mrs. Simon Printz, of Ida, this county, and Mrs. Fannie Buracker, of Long, this county. One sister, Mrs. Charles C. Miller, is dead.
            The funeral and interment at Mt. Zion Brethren church on Sunday were witnessed by one of the largest crowds ever seen at that edifice. The services, according to the request of the deceased, were conducted by Eld. Charles Long, of Rockingham, assited by Eld. Ernest Cave, of this county…                                                                                            
MRS. WM H. JENKINS (REBECCA SUSAN) (II)
Page News & Courier, Friday 28 May 1926
            The account of the death of Mrs. William H. Jenkins, appearing in the last issue of the News and Courier was prepared hurriedly just before press time and contained errors in giving the names of the surviving children and in one or two other details. The corrected list of the surviving children is as follows: Fred Jenkins, Oakton, Va., Mrs. Bernard (Mamie) Bottomley, of Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Fred (Ona) Cave, Mrs. Raymond (Ruth Virginia) Williams and Floyd E., Charles and William W. Jenkins, Luray.                                                                                                                                          
RUBY JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 17 Jun 1921
CHILD DIES NEAR STANLEY
            Ruby Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burnette Jenkins, living near the Adventist church, West of Stanley, died on Wednesday afternoon at the age of ten years... The little girl is survived by her parents, two brothers, Horace and Harold and one sister, Elsie. She was a granddaughter of D. Goodrich, a well known citizen of Stanley. The funeral takes place at the Adventist chruch today...
MRS. RUTH JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 10 May 1929
DEATH NEAR MAUCK
            Mrs. Ruth Jenkins, wife of Glenn Jenkins, of Jordan Hollow in Marksville district, died very suddenly on Monday, at the age of twenty-eight years. Mrs. Jenkins was an expectant mother, her death being due to convulsions... Besides her husband, she leaves a four year old child.
            The Jenkins couple resided at the old home of his father, James M. Jenkins in Jordan Hollow. The young wife and mother was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sampson, of Charles Town, W.Va., formerly of near Marksville. She also leaves a sister, Mrs. Sam Cave, of Mauck, this county, and two brothers, one Letch Sampson, of Marksville, and one at Charles Town. Mrs. Jenkins was a member of the Bethlehem Disciples Church.
            The funeral was held from the home at two o'clock on Wednesday afternoon with burial in the James M. Jenkins graveyard. The services were conducted by Rev. H.J. Dudley, pastor of the deceased.
SALLIE ANN JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 17 Feb 1922
DEATH OF MRS. JENKINS
            Mrs. Sallie Ann Jenkins, of near Stanley, widow of Peter S. Jenkins, died on Sunday after a year’s declining health due to tuberculosis. Her decease occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G.B. Hilliards, at the Manganese mine south of Stanley, Mr. Jenkins was a daughter of Jacob Sigler, deceased, of this county, Chester Sigler and William Sigler, of Luray, are her nephews. She leaves one sister, Mrs. Andrew McCoy, of Ohio. The following children survive her: Mrs. G.B. Hilliards, Mrs. Son Nauman and Harry Jenkins, all of Stanley… Her funeral and interment took place at Hilliard’s Chapel.
WILLIAM STUART JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 10 Feb 1922
A SAD ACCIDENT
            William Stuart Jenkins, of near Sperryville, Va., son of Alfred S. Jenkins, deceased, accidentally shot himself January 8th. He went to his fodder field, where there had been some wild turkeys feeding. On his way his caught in some bushes and was discharged, the load entering both bones of his left wrist, and the load lodging in his left side... dying early in the morning of Jan. 20th... Mr. Jenkins lived five miles north of Sperryville... a member of the Oakley Baptist church for 25 years.... He is survived by his widow and three children:- Mrs. Charles Burke, Ira Jenkins, of Rappahannock and Miss Georgia Jenkins, of Washington. He married Miss Della B. Beahm, daughter of George W. Beahm, who is now in his 97th year. He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters:- Mrs. Richard Racer, Misses Delia, Tishie and Nellie Jenkins, Saintie, Golden, Frank and Walter Jenkins. The deceased would have been 51 years of age May 9th, 1922. His funeral was conducted at the Baptist church at Sperryville by Revs. A.S. McFaden and J.Y. Thompson, of Washington, D.C.
WILLIAM OSCAR JENKINS
Page News & Courier, Friday 1 Feb 1924
            William Oscar Jenkins, born Feb. 3, 1923, departed this life Jan. 28, 1924, aged 11 months and 24 days. He is survived by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Jenkins.
MRS. CLARA ELIZABETH JEWELL
Page News & Courier, Friday 8 Apr 1921
MORNING STAR
Died
            On Saturday, April 2, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Smith, Mrs. Clara Elizabeth Jewell, widow of the late Thomas Jewell departed this life. Mrs. Jewell had been sick ever since the first of February with flu. She leaves the following children and brothers and sisters: Mrs. Edward Smith, Mrs. W.H. Moyer and Edward Jewell. The sisters are Mrs. Philip Stomback, of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Kate Nunn, of Luray; and Mrs. Frank Jewell, of Shenk's Mill, one brother Thomas Printz of near Luray. The funeral services were conducted at Morning Star chruch by Rev. P.L. Snapp, and she was laid to rest in the cemetery nearby...
WILLIAM JEWELL
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 21 Oct 1924
WILLIAM JEWELL, CONFEDERATE VETERAN DEAD
            William Jewell, an old Confederate Veteran, living in Jewell Hollow, near Beahm post office, died at seven o’clock on Thursday morning from the effects of old age. He lacked only a few months of being eighty-two years old and had been feeble for a long time though he was bedfast for only a few weeks. Mr. Jewell served in the Confederate army and was an industrious, law-abiding citizen who was highly esteemed in the community. He was a man of small means but strove to meet his obligations and to discharge the other duties of citizenship.
            Mr. Jewell was twice married. His first wife was Miss Jane Sours, a sister of the late Monroe and John Sours. By this union three children survive: James and Thomas Jewell and Mrs. Jacob Smith, all living near Beahm. The first Mrs. Jewell died about twenty years ago. By the last union there survive two children: Keller Jewell and Mrs. Jett Cliser. Mr. Jewell was a member of Morning Star Lutheran church for about fifteen years. His funeral and interment took place at that church at two o’clock on Friday, Rev. C.I. Morgan the pastor conducting the services.                                                             
MRS. ED JONES
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 3 Jun 1930
DEATH OF MRS. ED JONES
            Mrs. Edward Jones, a life long resident of the Mauck section but who for the past several months has been visiting Clarence and John Nichols, sons by a former marriage who lived near Shenandoah Junction, W.Va., died Saturday, and was brought to Mauck, near Kiblinger’s store, for burial, on Sunday, the services being conducted by the Rev. Gird Cave. She was a member of the Bethlehem church for many years. She was a daughter of the late Robert Jenkins and was twice married, her first husband being John Nichols. She was in her 58th year. Her burial was in the Yager graveyard near Mauck. She is survived by her husband, and the two sons already mentioned, and one brother, Ernest Jenkins of near Mauck. Her remains were accompanied to their last resting place by her sons and their families.                                                                                     
LAKE JONES
Page News & Courier, Friday 18 Jan 1929
PAGE MAN KILLED IN CALIFORNIA OIL FIELDS
Stanley, Jan. 16-          Mrs. John A. Cave, of Stanley, received on Tuesday a telegram from her sister, Mrs. Grace Ratton, in California, annoucing the death of her nephew, Lake Jones, who was instantly killed while at work on January 14. He was a son of George Jones, of this county, but for the past five years had been residing in California, where he had employment in the oil fields. He leaves a widow who was a Miss Priddle, of South Carolina, three small children, his father, several half brothers and sisters, and his aged grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jones. He was reared by these grandparents. His brother was killed in a like manner fifteen years ago. He was thirty years of age.
MRS. CARRIE JUDD
Page News & Courier, Friday 3 Jun 1921
DEATH OF MRS. JUDD
            Mrs. Carrie Francis Judd, wife of David Judd died last Saturday on the Ridge...illegible... is survived by a husband? and several children... She was buried at Beahm's Chapel on Sunday morning the services being conducted by Elder Walter Strickler of the Brethren church of which she was a member.
MRS. BETTIE JUDY
Page News & Courier, Friday 29 Jun 1923
MISSOURI LADY, NATIVE OF PAGE, IS DEAD
            Mrs. Bettie Judy, wife of Charles Judy, of Craig, Holt county, Mo., died on Wednesday, June 20 in a hospital at St. Joe, Mo... Both Mrs. Judy and her survivors husband were natives of Page county, the former being a daughter of Jacob Nauman, deceased, and Mr. Judy, being a son of Andrew Judy, deceased, who at one time lived in the Alma-Honeyville section of this county but located in Missouri many years ago. Mr. Nauman at Craig and Mr. Judy at Springfield.
            Mrs. Judy died in her 52d year survived by her husband and the following children: Mrs. Lena Pollock, of Helena, Montana, Mrs. Willie Creed, Miss Vera Judy and Neal Judy, of Craig, Mo.
            Mrs. W.M. Long, a sister of Mrs. Judy, left here the first of last week and was present at the funeral. Mrs. Long is the only full sister of Mrs. Judy, though she has three full brothers, Jacob Nauman, William Nauman and Dr. O.W. Nauman, all of Craig, and there are also a number of half brothers and sisters. Jacob Nauman her father who has been dead six or eight years, was twice married, his first wife, Mrs. Judy's mother, being a daughter of the late Jack Long, of Alma, this county, and his second companion a daughter of Frank M. Huffman, of Mound City, Mo., formerlu of this county. Charles Judy, the husband of the deceased is a prosperous farmer...
            The deceased was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church... Her funeral was held from the home last Friday conducted by Rev. Mr. West. The interment took place at New Liberty Presbyterian church near her home.
MRS. BETTIE V. JUDY
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 25 Feb 1930
DEATH OF MRS. BETTIE V. JUDY
            Mrs. Bettie V. Judy, a beloved old lady residing near Stanley, died at 5:30 yesterday morning after a long period of ill health, due to old age and a complication of diseases... born on July 6, 1848. Her husband, David F. Judy, an honored citizen, died twenty-four years ago.
            Mrs. Judy had been confined to her bed for about a week. She had not been well for years and on a number of occasions had been seriously ill but recovered sufficiently to resume an active life...
            Two sons, James Judy, of Cleveland, O., and Frank P. Judy, merchant at Marksville, and one daughter, Mrs. Pearl Cline, of Covington, Virginia, survive. She was the daughter of James M. Buracker, deceased, of Marksville. One brother, Samuel A. Buracker, of Stanley, and one sister, Mrs. Emma Kite, of Otterville, Mo., while two brothersm J. Martin and Jacob Buracker, of Stanley, and one sister, Mrs. Jennie Mauck, of Atlanta, Ga., are dead. Mrs. Judy joined the Methodist church in her girlhood and was a devoted member for sixty years or more.
            The funeral will take place from Graves Chapel at 11 a.m., tomorrow, (Wednesday).
THOMAS J. KAUFFMAN
Page News & Courier, Friday 14 Nov 1930
THOMAS J. KAUFFMAN DIED NEAR RILEYVILLE
            Thomas J. Kauffman, a prominent farmer of Springfeild district, died at his home on Jeremy's Run near Rileyville, at 4:45 P.M., on Monday, after being in poor health for about a year on account of heart trouble and resulting complications. He was confined to his bed for only a few days, and until a short time ago went to his doctor for treatment. He passed away at the age of 68 years, 2 months and 13 days...
            Mr. Kauffman was a son of the late Joseph Kauffman, of Springfield district. Of the large family of Joseph Kauffman's children only two are left, Barney Kauffman, of St. Louis, Mo., and Willis Kauffman, of Camden, N.J.... deceased brothers and sisters were Mrs. Lee Kibler, of Kimball, Mrs. E. Botts Shenk and Mrs. James Bumgardner, of Luray, Peter Kauffman, of Springfield, Mrs. Cornelia Fleming of Liray, John Kauffman, who died at the parental home and Booton Kauffman, of Pennsylvania. Mr. Kauffman was twice maried, his first wife having been Miss Hattie Roberts, daughter of the late Philip Roberts, of Rileyville and the second wife, Miss Mary Comer of near Stony Man. There were four children by the first marriage, of whom two, Raymond Kauffman, of Rileyville, and John Kauffman, of Kansas, are living, and two, Addie and Pearl Kauffman, are dead. He is survived by his widow with two children, Comer Kauffman, of Martinsburg, W.Va., and Mrs. Luther Miller, of Rileyville. Mr. Kauffman was a member of the Lutheran church for years...
            The funeral was held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday at the Lutheran church at Rileyville, Rev. C.L. Hunt and Rev. A.L. Boliek conducting the service with interment at Beahm's Chapel...
ALBERT N. KEYSER (I)
Page News & Courier, Friday 27 Jun 1930
ALBERT N. KEYSER FATALLY INJURED BY TRAIN
Cumberland, Md. June 24- Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. at the home, 203 Race St., in Cumberland, Md., on Tuesday, June 24 for Albert N. Keyser, 44 years old, who died early Sunday morning at Alleghaney Hospital from internal injuries sustained Saturday afternoon, June 21, when he was struck by a train at Okonoko, W.Va. Mr. Keyser was a Baltimore and Ohio locomotive fireman and engineer. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary E. Keyser, an adopted daughter, Esther Theresa Keyser, one stepson, John Morris, four brothers: John H. Keyser, Pinesburg, Md., Fred Keyser, Columbia, Pa; Isaac H. Keyser, Connellsville, Pa.; Adolf A. Keyser, Hagerstown, Md.; four sisters, Miss Mary E. Keyser, Mrs. Alice V. Farmer, Mrs. Myrtle B. Purdham and Mrs. Mattie E. Clingan, all of Hagerstown. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers, Alamonte Lodge, No. 48, of Cumberland, Md.
            Mr. Keyser was a son of the late John S. and Pamily Keyser, of this county.          
ALBERT KEYSER (II)
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 16 Dec 1930
ALBERT KEYSER BURIED AT INGHAM
            Albert Keyser, age 44, who died at Cumberland, Md., about three months ago was brought to Ingham, this county, his former home, and interred in the Keyser graveyard at two o'clock last Saturday, Rev. J.W. Henderson officiating. He was the son of Simeon Keyser, his mother before marriage being Miss Pamily Alger. He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Johm Fred, Isaac, Mattie, Myrtle, Mattie, Mary. His wife, who was a native of Maryland, died about a month ago.
EMMETT M. KEYSER
Page News & Courier, Friday 2 Jan 1925
EMMETT KEYSER DIED HERO’S DEATH
            The News and Courier has a latter from Ralph G. Bolen, of the U.S. Marine Corps, Hampton Roads, Va., describing the fatal accident to Chief Petty Officer Emmett M. Keyser and three other airmen at the naval air station at Hampton Roads on Dec. 23d. Private Bolen’s account of the occurrence agrees with that told in Tuesday’s News and Courier but he gives additional details regarding Emmett Keyser’s death which show that the young office died a heroic death in trying to save the life of Uriah B. Williams, a pneumonia patient, who was being carried in the wrecked ambulance sea place from Hatteras, N.C., to a Norfolk hospital. Private Bolen says to part:
            “Two of the navy men were struck by the propellers and killed. The other victims were drowned. Chief E.M. Keyser was drowned while fighting to save the life of Williams and met a very heroic death. He was one of the finest petty officers and would have been a pilot in several more weeks. He was a chief machinist’s mate… He was married and has a widow and four children who lives in Norfolk. Several naval guards accompanied the remains to Gordonsville, Va., where he was laid to rest.”                                  
MRS. MOLLIE KEYSER
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 23 Mar 1926
MRS. JOHN W. KEYSER'S DEATH
     Mrs. Mollie Keyser, widow of John W. Keyser, died at four o'clock yesterday morning at the home of her stepdaughter, Mrs. James Jenkins at Stanley. Mrs. Keyser, who passed her seventy-second birthday in January had been partially paralyzed for seventeen years... Her son and only surviving child, David Kibler, of La Plata, Mo., was wired but did not arrive until noon on Monday, a few hours after her death...
       Mrs. Kibler was the widow of John W. Keyser, a veteran school teacher of the county, who died eight years ago... Mrs. Keyser was twice married her first husband having been Tazewell Kibler, a brother of the late Lee G. Kibler, of Kimball. By this marriage one son, already referred to survives. She also leaves two step-children, Mrs. James Jenkins, of Stanley and Mrs. Clayton Fox, of Kimball.
       The deceased was a daughter of the late Noah Kibler, of Stanley and was a sister of Mrs. Will Viands, of Kimball, and John C. (Shuck) Kibler, of near Luray, both of whom are dead.
       Mrs. Keyser was a devout member of the Old School Baptist church for many years...
       The funeral will be held today (Tuesday) at Graves' Chapel at 2 o'clock.
MRS. SARAH KEYSER (WIFE OF WILLIAM)
Page News & Courier, Friday 5 Aug 1921
DEATH OF MRS. KEYSER
            Mrs. Sarah Keyser, widow of William H. Keyser, died on Monday at her home near Ingham, this county, after a brief illness. Only a few were aware of the serious nature of her sickness and her death therefore came as a surprise to many. She was in her 77th year... Before her marriage to mr. Keyser she was a Miss Huffman of Page county... Of her immediate family she is survived by the following children: Hubert Keyser, of West Virginia; David Keyser, of Johnstown, Pa., Thomas Keyser, of Cumberland, Md., James Keyser, at home, Mrs. Sudie Casteel, of Johnstown, Pa., Mrs. Lula Miller, of Cumberland, Md., Mrs. C.E. Singers, of Page county and Mrs. Robert Fundenberg, of Portland, Oregon. The deceased was a member of the Christian Church... Her funeral was preached on Wednesday by Rev. R.P. Crumpler, of the Leaksville Christian church, the interment taking place in the Andrew Kite grave yard near her late home.
MRS. SARAH KEYSER (WIFE OF JAMES H.)
Page News & Courier, Friday 4 Feb 1921
DEATH OF MRS. JAMES H. KEYSER
            Mrs. Sarah Keyser, aged fifty nine years, wife of James H. Keyser Town Sergeant of Shenandoah, this county, died on Tuesday after six months illness with dropsy and heart trouble. She is survived by her husband and the following sons: Elbie Keyser, of Detroit, Ben Keyser, of Richmond, Ba., Ernest Keyser, of Chattanooga, Tenn., Carl Keyser, of Shenandoah and Herman Keyser, of Baltimore. Mrs. Keyser was a sister of John Hitt, of Newport, and Mrs. Ben Judd, Mrs. C.A. Stanley and Mrs. Mary Breeden, of Shenandoah. She was a consistent member of the Disciples church...
MRS. SIMEON KEYSER
Page News & Courier, Friday 6 Oct 1922
DEATH OF MRS. KEYSER
    Mrs. Simeon Keyser, aged seventy-one years, died at her home near Ingham, this county, on Tuesday morning of this week after an illness of some time of tuberculosis. Before her marriage she was a Miss Alger and belonged to one of the old families of this county. She is survived by four daughters and four sons. The burial took place on Thursday afternoon, the services being conducted by Rev. R.P. Crumpler, of the Christian Church, of which the deceased had long been a member... Her membership was held with the Ingham Christian church... The burial took place in the family grave yard...
W.H. “SON” KEYSER
Page News & Courier, Friday 18 May 1923
DEATH OF “SON” KEYSER
            W.H. (“Son”) Keyser, aged about 74 years, who resided on the Pike in Marksville district, about two miles east of Stanley, died on Tuesday at the home of his son, Walter Keyser, in Elkins, W.Va. Mr. Keyser left this county one day last week in company with his son, hoping that a change of climate and surroundings would benefit his health. His death came soon after arriving in Elkins. He was in his younger days a fine carpenter and well known saw mill man and many of the houses in Marksville district are said to have been either built by him ore from lumber sawed by him. He was a son of the late John W. Keyser, of the Marksville neighborhood. Mr. Keyser is survived by three children- Walter Keyser, of Elkins, W.Va., Fred Keyser, of New York, and Mrs. John Wolfersberger, the latter living at the old home place. Mrs. Isaac N. Graves, of Stanley, is a sister of Mr. Keyser. His wife who has been dead a long time, was a Miss Tutwiler of the Morning Star neighborhood.
            Mr. Keyser’s remains were brought to his home on Train No. 27 last night and will be buried in the family graveyard at 3 p.m., today.                                                    
MRS. VICTORIA KEYSER
Page News & Courier, Friday 19 Aug 1921
DEATH OF MRS. KEYSER
            Mrs. Victoria Keyser, aged 58 years, wife of David F. Keyser, who lives on the Yager farm one mile north of Luray, died in the Harrisonburg hospital last Saturday night a short time before 12 o'clock. She had been in the hospital for a week or more, suffering from inflammation of the gall bladder, liver and other complications. Her body arrived in Luray on Sunday evening and was taken to her late home, the interment taking place the following day in the Southard grave yard in Pine Grove. The funeral services were conducted by Elder Walter Strickler of the Brethren church and Elder Arthur Campbell, of the Regular Baptist church, Mrs. Keyser being a member of the Brethren church... She was a daughter of the late Thomas Southard, and survived by the following brothers and sisters: O.B. Southard, Perry Southard and Gideon Southard, Mrs. Lee Gray and Miss Lena Southard all of this county.
MRS. BESSIE J. KIBLER
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 7 May 1929
DEATH OF MRS. A.V. KIBLER
            Mrs. Bessie J. Kibler, wife of A.V. Kibler, of Luray, died at her home at 5:20 o'clock p.m., on Thursday, after a long period of ill health lasting nearly two years. For the last month she had been confined to the house, but was doing about as well as usual until a sudden attack on Monday preceding her death. She received a course of radium treatment in Washington, and was at the hospital there a number of times without lasting relief.
            Mrs. Kibler was a daughter of the late John M. Dofflemoyer, of Battle Creek, this county, and had reached the age of 46 years, 9 months and 1 day. She became the wife of Mr. Kibler in 1904. A few years later the family moved to Luray which has been theirt home ever since, Mr. Kibler operating a blacksmith shop at this place. She is survived by her husband four daughters, Misses Iris, Annie, Mary and Margaret Kibler, and by one son, Earl Kibler, all of the children making their home with the parents. She leaves one sister, Mrs. Harry Good, of Luray, and one brother, Hubert Dofflemoyer, of Battle Creek. Three brothers, Herman, Jacob and Jasper Dofflemoyer, and one sister, Mrs. George Chrisman, are dead. Mrs. Kibler had been a member of the Methodist church for 26 years...
            The funeral was held from the home on Friday afternoon, Eld. A.W. Campbell conducting the services, with interment at Beahm's Chapel.
MRS. EMMA JANE KIBLER
Page News & Courier, Friday 11 Nov 1921
DEATH OF MRS. I.N. KIBLER
            Mrs. Emma Jane Kibler, wife of I.N. Kibler, of Luray, died on Wednesday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nannie Finter, of Stanley... Mr. Kibler, a well known Confederate veteran is also in a helpless condition at his home in East Luray. Mrs. Kibler was 71 years of age.
            The deceased was a daughter of Isaac Kibler, deceased of this county, and a sister of the late Simeon Kibler, of Springfield, and the late Mrs. William H. Rowe, of near Luray. Her first husband was James H. Judd, deceased, of Kimball, surviving which union are the following children: William F. Judd, the Luray music dealer, Mrs. George H. Quaintance, of Leaksville, and Mrs. Nannie Finter, of Stanley. Her marriage to Mr. Kibler took place about twelve years ago. The couple have been residents of East Luray for a long time... Mrs. Kibler was a member of Main Street Baptist church of Luray...
            The interment will take place today at the Kibler graveyard on the Lee G. Kibler place, near Kimball, the services being conducted by Rev. R.F. Staples.
MRS. DOLLY A. KIBLER
Page News & Courier, Friday 9 Mar 1928
DEATH OF MRS. DOLLY KIBLER
            Mrs. Dolly A. Kibler, widow of Pendleton D. Kibler, died suddenly at her home near Hamburg, several miles West of Luray, at 10:30 a.m., on Wednesday at the age of 87 years, 6 months and 7 days. Mrs. Kibler had been fairly active till recently, but for the last few weeks had been so weak that her daughters have been with her all the time, Wednesday morning she dressed as usual, but seemed very weak. She died almost instantly from a heart attack, when she went to lied down on her bed…
            Mrs. Kibler has continued to reside at the old Pendleton D. Kibler home since the decease of her husband, March 22, 1920. In her last few years she has spent much time with her daughter, Mrs. Edward Dofflemoyer, of Hagerstown. She was the daughter of Abram Strickler, who lived West of the River, near the White House. Her brothers and sisters, all dead now, included Mrs. Ambrose Huffman, the first Mrs. S.W. Strickler, Mrs. Ambrose Yowell, Mrs. John Mauck, Mrs. Solomon Rothgeb and John and George A. Strickler. She was married to Mr. Kibler in 1858. Her surviving children are John P. Kibler, Trenton O. Kibler, David A. Kibler, Mrs. B.B. Shenk and Mrs. A.T. Rickard, of this county and Mrs. Carrie Dofflemoyer, of Hagerstown and Mrs. W. Lee Strickler, of Washington State. In early life, Mrs. Kibler joined the Antioch Christian church, near Luray…
            The funeral was held from the home at three o’clock yesterday afternoon, Eld. R.T. Strickler conducting the services and the remains being laid to rest in the family grave yard.                                                                                                                        
MRS. EMMA KIBLER
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 21 Jan 1924
DEATH OF MRS. KIBLER
            Mrs. Emma Kibler, wife of James W. Kibler, who lives near Honeyville, this county, died Monday morning of this week at 7:15 o'clock, following an illness of several months of heart trouble. Mrs. Kibler was a daughter of the late Harvey Keyser of the Honeyville section... Harvey Keyser was one of the old residents of that section and has been dead many years. She is survived by seven children, one of them- Joseph, residing in Ohio. Arrangements have been made for the funeral to take place on Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock, though this will be determined upon the arrival of the son from Ohio. She was 55 years of age and had been a member of the Ingham Christian Church for many years. The funeral will probably be conducted by some minister of that denomination. She is survived by three brothers- Charles Keyser, of the Honeyville section; Curry Keyser, of Oklahoma, and William H. Keyser, who lives three miles south of Luray. Mr. Kibler, who also survives, was born in the Kimball neighborhood and was a half brother of Louis C. Kibler, deceased.
ISAAC NEWTON KIBLER
Page News & Courier, Friday 24 Feb 1922
DEATH OF MR. KIBLER
            Isaac Newton Kibler, died at the home of his nephew, A.D. Kibler, near Big Sprinf, this county, on Monday afternoon of this week. He had been making his home for several months with Mr. Kibler and his brother, I. Edwin Kibler, of Springfield. Soon after the death of his wife, at Stanley, Mr. Kibler took up his residence with the nephews. For many years Mr. Kibler made his home in the west and has a son and daughter now living in Nebraska. The deceased was born on the old Kibler farm in Springfield district, this county- now owned by Dr. E.G. Brumback- where his early days were spent. He was in his 76th year. His burial took place at the old family grave yard on this farm on Tuesday afternoon. On account of the bad roads it was decided to postpone the funeral services until a later date. He was a well known Confederate soldier... Many years ago he connected himself with the Fletcher's Chapel Methodist chruch in this county... His brothers and sisters were Jacob, Albin and Willis Kibler, the sisters being Mrs. Martha Kibler, Mrs. Delilah Coffman, Mrs. Mary Williams and Mrs. Isaac Keyser, all deceased of this county.
WESLEY LEROY KIBLER
Page News & Courier, Friday 17 Feb 1928
SUDDEN DEATH OF CHILD
            Wesley Leroy Kibler, near Marksville, little son of Elsie Kibler, died of pneumonia, Feb. 14th. He was loved very deeply by his mother, grandparents, aunt and uncle. He was born Nov. 4th, 1927, and died February 14th, 1928. Age 3 months and 10 days. Our baby at rest.
                                                            E.M.K.                                                                                   
MISS LEE KIBLINGER
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 28 Oct 1930
DEATH OF MISS LEE KIBLINGER
            Miss Lee Kiblinger, aged 67, died of double pneumonia, at eight o'clock Friday evening at the home of Dr. John F. Long, on the Hawksbill where she has made her home for more than forty years...
            Miss Kiblinger was a daughter of Francis and Mrs. Angeline Kite Kiblinger, of near Mauck, several miles East of Marksville this county, and was born a few days less than sixty-seven years ago at the old Kiblinger homestead which was located near the present home of William H. Miller, in that vicinity. Miss Kiblinger leaves two brothers Jacob H. Kiblinger and William A. Kiblinger, both of Fishersville, Augusta county, one sister, Mrs. Flora Osborne, of Westville, Ohio, and two half sisters Mrs. William H. Miller and Mrs. George Herbert Cave, of near Marksville. A sister, Mrs. W. Stage Modesitt, has been dead for many years. Miss Lee joined the Old School Baptist church some forty years ago...
            The funeral was held at the Hawksbill Old School Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock with Eld. John B. Jenkins in charge and interment in the family graveyard...
A. JACKSON KITE
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 29 Jan 1924
PAGE VETERAN DIES IN WASHINGTON
            A. Jackson Kite, of Brandy Station, Culpeper county, a gallant Confederate veteran, who grew to manhood at Grove Hill, this county, died yesterday morning in Washington, D.C., while on a visit to his daughter in that city. Mr. Kite was eighty-one years old...
            Mr. Kite was a member of Capt. George W. Summer's cavalry company in the civil war and was associated with Summers and Koontz in the raid on the federals after the surrender, an exploit that resulted in the capture and judicial murder of the two officers named. Mr. Kite managed to escape to his father's home near Grove Hill when the Yankees came and captured Summers and Koontz.
            David C. Kite, of Grove Hill, is the only survivor of the large family to which mr. Kite belonged. The deceased brothers and sisters were Mrs. William Koontz, Mrs. George W. Louderback, Mrs. A.J. Kite and Thomas M. Kite, of this county, and Solon T. Kite, of Augusta county.
            The subject of this notice moved from Page to Culpeper county forty years ago and engaged in farming. He owned a large estate and was prosperous. From his early years he was a member of the Lutheran church. His wife who was a Miss Bowers, of Augusta county, survives him with four daughters, two of whoma re married and two single. The last two have positions in Washington, while a married daughter lives in the same city. The funeral and burial took place in Culpeper county.
ALLEN W. KITE (WITH INFO ABOUT THE NOAH KITE FAMILY & SUMMERS AND KOONTZ EXECUTION BY THE YANKEES)
Page News & Courier, Friday 27 Oct 1922
SKETCH OF ALLEN W. KITE AND A NOBLE FAMILY
        Allen W. Kite, of Waynesboro, Va., a native of this county, departed this life Wednesday morning the nineteenth of October, 1922, at the time his wife being away from home... The deceased was the youngest son of Noah and Isabelle Kite. He leaves his devoted wife who was July Ann Dovel, daughter of Adam and Diannah Dovel, and five children: Mrs. Florene Sharp, Craig, Mo., Noah, of Lexington, Va., Edward, of near Waynesboro, Mrs. Rosa Kiblinger, three miles south of Waynesboro being at the home of the deceased; Willie, Arasahol, Boulder, Cal.
         ... The interment took place at the church cemetery near the home of the deceased.
         Allen W. Kite was confirmed to St. Paul's Lutheran church by the Rev. S. Henkel, May 18, 1872 and remained and steadfast in the faith of his church. After his marriage his father sold his farm, one half to Isaac Shuler, his son in law, the other half to the deceased. After the freshnet of 1870 the deceased became disatisfied and moved to Missouri. His father took his part of the farm back and sold it ti Isaac Shuler. The deceased moved to Missouri bought land and remaind there some years, afterwards selling out he moved to Rockbridge county, Va. He remains there some years, then bought land two miles south of Waynesboro, where he spent the remainder of his days.
            To Noah and Isabelle Kite were born nine children: Caroline, the oldest married Robert Kite, raised a few miles south of Honeyville, moved to Iowa. They raised a large family and all are prosperous. Oliver married in the west when young, died in Iowa.
            Henry married Eliza Graves, lived in Rockingham county, before the Civil War, being a member of a Volunteer company, he was one of the first to get in the war, when the war was over he moved to Missouri and from there to Kansas. He had a large family. Benjamin married Bettie, daughter of John Strole. He was in the war from first to last. Joned Company H, of Page county, 33d Regiment, lived in Kansas and I think died in Oklahoma. He also had a large family. John was quite young when he volunteered in Company H. He fought in the battle of Bull Run, after which he contracted typhoid fever and died. Harvey never married. He belonged to the 2nd Virginia Regiment and fought until the end of the war. He died in Topkea, Kansas, aged 70 some years. Lewis married Eliza Strole, sister of Betty, Benjamin's wife. He served the last couple years of the war, moved to Craig, Mo., and there they both died. Three children were born to them, Amanda Virginia, married Isaac Shuler, raised three children, Vergie, Irenaeus and Mary. Mary married C.W. Louderback, lived to be the mother of four children, then died.
            Allen, the subject of this notice, being the youngest. I came across a record at the home of the deceased and by the request of the family will not in part that record. The grandparents of the deceased were Benjamin and Eve Kite, Henry and Eve Pirkey.
            The Pirkey family was raised near Port Republic, Va. Born to them were seven girls and four boys. Relates of the family still remain in and around the vicinity. Henry and Eve Pirkey were married September 5, 1797.
            ...
            This incident I wish to relate will be read with interest by many. Benjamin and Lewis Kite, Jacob Koontz and a Mr. Tharpe were the parties interested. After the war was over the above men were at the Brick church, known as St. Paul's Lutheran church, two miles south of Newport, Page county, attending a singing school. I happened to be on the outside when the trouble started and I will never forget the remark made by Tharpe to Benjamin Kite, a man that had been so loyal to his home and state. He stepped up to Benjamin, denouncing his acts during  the war and kept it up from one thing to another. Kite and his brother Lewis were sitting on a log. Tharpe finally said that every dog has his day. Lewis then arose to his feet and grabbed Tharpe and gave him a good shaking and told him the war was over and they wanted to hear no more from him. The noise of the disturbance attracted those inside the church and Jacob Koontz rushed to the door, and asked the cause of the trouble. Whereupon Tharpe said to him "Jacob Koontz, you take those horses back you stole." Jacob raised a brick and if some one would not have then grabbed Kite he, (Tharpe) would never have been able to carry his falsified report to the Yankee's at Rude's Hill which caused the terrible tragedy so well kown to everyone in Page. This very incident caused the death of two brave men as ever lived. Capt. Summers, one of the men who was murdered by the Federals was sitting behind the church at the time and knew nothing of the affair until it wasl all over. When told of the affair he shed tears well knowing that this would bring the wrath of the Federal host upon him.
            ISAAC SHULER
CHARLES EDWARD KITE
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 18 Nov 1924
CHAS. EDWARD KITE
(Madison Co. Eagle)
            The subject of these memoirs was born in Page county March 28, 1843, and died at his home near Graves Mill, Madison county, at 7 a.m. Nov. 4, 1924, aged 81 years, 7 months and 6 daus. He was the son of George and Sallie Housden Kite. In 1860 he with his mother and two brothers moved to Madison county and settled near Syria at what was then known as the Shirley Mills.
            During the civil war he served as a member of Mosby's partisan rangers. When the war closed he returned to his home and went into business.
            June 23, 1872, he was married to Miss Bettie C. Renalds, the daughter of a near neighbor. From that marriage there were born seven children- four daughters and three sons, who grew to manhood and womanhood, two of whom, one daughter, Corrie, and one son, Dr. G.L. Kite, preceded him to the grave several years ago. He leaves besides his aged widow, two sons, Mr. Luther Kite, of Idaho, and Mr. Philip Kite, of Graves Mill, and three daughters, Misses Susie and Mary Lee Kite, of Graves Mill, and Mrs. Samuel Braxton, of Raleigh, N.C. to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and indulgent father.
            In 1880 he moved on the farm on which he died...
            After raising and educating a large family of children, he left a fine estate for the support of his widow and dependent daughters...
MRS. CHRISTINA KITE
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 18 Dec 1928
DEATH AT SHENANDOAH
           Mrs. Christina Kite, died suddenly on Saturday at the home of her son, N. & W. Flagman Oscar Kite, of Shenandoah, this county, where she resided.
           Mrs. Kite, who was 72 years old, had been in feeble health for several years...
           Mrs. Kite leaves one son, Oscar Kite. She was a sister of Calvin Kite, of Ingham and J.M. (Cue) Kite, of Shenandoah. Her church membership was with the U.B.'s. She will be buried from the church of that denomination at Grove Hill this afternoon.
DAVID C. KITE
Page News & Courier, Friday 28 Mar 1930
DAVID C. KITE DIES NEAR GROVE HILL
            David C. Kite, prominent farmer of the Grove Hill neighborhood, in the Southern end of Page county, died at his home about three o’clock on Wednesday evening after years of ill health. He was about seventy-three years old. His health began to fail five or six years ago, when a steady decline set in. For eighteen months or more he has been confined to his home and practically helpless. Until his health failed Mr. Kite was a man of unusual stature and powerful and imposing physique.
            The following children survive Mr. Kite: Fred C. Kite, Frank Kite, Leonard Kite, and Floyd Kite, of Grove Hill, this county, Harry Kite, of Newport, this county, Supervisor of Shenandoah Iron Works District, Curtis Kite and Mrs. Walter Strole, of Shenandoah, Va., and Jennings Kite, of Washington, D.C. Mr. Kite lost his wife in 1919. She was Miss Patsy Henderson, daughter of George Henderson, deceased, miller near Stanley, this county. Mr. Kite was a son of James Kite, deceased, of Grove Hill, and was the last survivor of a family of children which consisted of Mrs. William Koontz, of Verbena, Mrs. George Louderback, of Newport, Mrs. A.J. Kite, of Grove Hill, Solon T. Kite, of Waynesboro, Jackson Kite, of Culpeper, and Thomas Kite. The latter was unmarried and lived with his brother, David C., who inherited the old home place and lived and died there.
            The subject of this notice was one of the outstanding citizens of the Grove Hill section, a successful farmer, and an influential member of the Brick Church Lutheran congregation… The funeral of Mr. Kite will be held from the Brick church at 11 a.m. today (Friday) Rev. M.A. Ashby, of Boonsboro, Md., a former pastor and old friend of the Kite family in charge, assisted by the present pastor, Rev. C. Hunt.                              
FIELDING KITE
Page News & Courier, Friday 31 May 1929
DEATH OF FIELDING KITE
          Fielding W. Kite, a highly respected and substantial farmer, residing between Shenandoah and Grove Hill, died at his home at 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29....Mr. Kite was the son of William P. and Bettie Ann Kite, both deceased, and belonged to a family of three daughters and five sons of whom only one, H.J. Kite, of Shenandoah, now survives. He passed away at the age of 74 years, 2 months and 8 days.
          Mr. Kite was a prosperous farmer... He leaves a widow, who was Miss Dora Brown, daughter of the late Squire Brown of Grove Hill, one son, Frank Kite, who resided with his father and one daughter, Ruth, now Mrs. James Foltz of Shenandoah. Mr. Kite was a member of the Lutheran church for years...
          The funeral will be held from the Grove Hill at 2 p.m. today (Friday) with burial in the family lot in Grove Hill cemetery, Rev. C.L. Hunt conducting the services.
MARTIN LUTHER KITE, SR.
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 23 Oct 1928
DEATH NEAR SHENANDOAH
            Martin Luther Kite, aged twenty-six, a highly respected young farmer of near Shenandoah, this county, died at his home at 7:30 p.m., last Thursday after several years ill health...
            Mr. Kite was a son of Mrs. Sallie Strickler Kite, sister of Eld. Reuben T. Strickler, of near Luray. He is also survived by his father, G. Luther Kite. His widow, nee Miss Helen Hammer, later Mrs. Pierce, is left with a one year old son, Martin Luther, Jr. Mr. Kite has two sisters, Hiram Shuler and Mrs. Russell Comer... member of the Lutheran church...
            The funeral was held from the late home at 11 a.m., on Saturday, his pastor, Rev. C.L. Hunt, conducting the services with interment at Grove Hill, the old home of the Kite family.
MRS. REBECCA KITE
Page News & Courier, Friday 24 Jun 1921
Death of Former Page Lady
      Mrs. Rebecca Kite, widow of the late A.J.J. Kite, formerly of near Shenandoah, this county, died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Mary Lucas in Harrisonburg on Wednesday, at the age of eighty-eight years.
      Surviving are four children: Mrs. A.B. Dovel, G.H. Kite, Mrs. Mary Lucas and Jack Kite, all of Harrisonburg. She is survived by nineteen grandchildren, sixteen great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild.
     Funeral services will be conducted...?... from the Harrisonburg Lutheran church by the pastor Rev. E.W. Leslie. Interment will be made in Woodbine Cemetery...
     ...
       Mrs. Kite had been a member of the Lutheran church many years...
SOLON T. KITE
Page News & Courier, Friday 24 Jun 1921
Death of Solon T. Kite
      Solon T. Kite, a native and for many years a resident of this county died on Tuesday at Lyndhurst, Augusta county, Va., where he was engaged in farming. Mr. Kite, who was seventy-one years of age, was a brother of David C. Kite, of Grove Hill, this county. He was twice married, the first wife beign a daughter of William Koontz, of Naked Creek, and the second wife, who survives him, a sister of Mrs. Emily (Mike) Zirkle, of Luray, and the late Wesley Printz, of Shenandoah City.
     Mr. Kite's death was due to blood poisoning which started several months ago from what was then considered the insignificant circumstance of an inflamed toe. Mr. Kite leaves a daughter, Mrs. J.R. Goolsby, of Waynesboro, Va., and a son, Elbie Kite, of Barboursville, Virginia. The remains were brought to Grove Hill, this county on Wednesday and there buried in the presence of relatives and old friends... The funeral services were conducted by Rev. M.A. Ashby of the Lutheran church to which the deceased belonged.
ERNEST WILBUR KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Friday 12 Nov 1920
ERNEST W. KNIGHT DEAD
            Ernest Wilbur Knight, son of Charles W. Knight, died at his home near Petefish's Pond, West of Stanley on Saturday, November 6th, after an illness of long duration of Bright's disease. He is survived by his parents and his widow. Mr. Knight was in his 21st year. His funeral was held at the Adventist church on Sunday, Rev. Mr. Tucker, of the Baptist church officiating.
FRED KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Friday 20 Jul 1928
MR. KNIGHT STRICKEN DEAD IN CORN FIELD
            While plowing corn in the hot sun on Monday near his home above Kiblinger’s store in the Marksville district, Fred Knight, an industrious and respected citizen, about forty years of age, succumbed to heart disease, falling as he held the handles of his plow and dying instantly. George Cave, owner of the land, and Samuel Cave, who were working with Mr. Knight rushed to the stricken man to find that the spark of life was gone. Twenty minutes before Mr. Knight had a first attack but after sitting in the shade for a little while declared he was well enough to go on with his work. He died almost as soon as he grasped the plow handles.
            Mr. Knight was a stout and healthy man until about a year ago when over-exertion in handling a refractory mule brought on a weakness of the heart that was aggravated as time passed. He was a man of much energy and refused to give up his active habits on account of disease. His death removes a desirable and useful citizen and deprives ten young children of a father’s care and support. The oldest of these children is about fifteen years old and the youngest about eighteen months. He also leaves a widow, formerly Miss Annie Seal, daughter of S.T. Seal, of near Kiblinger’s store. John W. Knight, and wife, parents of the deceased are living near Kiblinger’s store. He is survived by three brothers, Vernon, Harry and E.L. Knight, of the same neighborhood.
            The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon, Rev. H.J. Dudley, of the Disciples church, being in charge and the interment in the Yager graveyard…                                
GEORGE W. KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Friday 1 Dec 1922
DEATH OF GEORGE W. KNIGHT
            George W. Knight, a substantial and highly respected old citizen, living near Alma, who has been an invalid for two years on account of dropsy complicated with other troubles, died on Wednesday at the age of seventy three years. Mr. Knight and wife resided with their two children, Thomas W.  and Miss Mollie Knight. The deceased owned an excellent farm and was accounted a model citizen by all who knew him. For years he had been a consistent member of the Alma Old School Baptist church. His widow, who survives him, was Miss Rebecca Aleshire, daughter of Isaac Aleshire, deceased. Mr. Knight left one brother, Jacob Knight, of Alma.
            The funeral of Mr. Knight will take place at the Lutheran church at Alma this (Friday) morning at 11 o’clock, Elders R.H. Pittman and John B. Jenkins are expected to conduct the services.                                                                                                                  
MRS. ISAAC M. KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Friday 24 Jun 1921
Death of Mrs. Knight
      Mrs. ("Bee") Isaac M. Knight, died at her home near Bentonville last Sunday after a brief illness. She was a daughter of William Cameron and was buried at Rileyville Monday, Rev. Mr. Cook of the Methodist church conducting the funeral services, the interment taking place in the Finnel graveyard. The deceased was a sister of Mrs. Warren Cameron and leaves a number of children. Mrs. Knight is said to have been the mother of three sets of twins. She died in childbirth, her infant being buried with her.
JACK KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 8 Apr 1924
DEATH OF MR. KNIGHT
            Mart Purdham, who lives a mile north of Luray, last Friday received a telegram announcing the death of his father in law, Jack Knight, in Martinsburg, W.Va., aged seventy-eight years. Death was due to the infirmities incident to old age, he being 78 years of old. Mr. Purdham was a native of Philadelphia, though came to this county many years ago locating near Marksville. His wife before marriage was a Miss Southard of Rappahannock county. She has been dead about three years, her decease occurring in Martinsburg also. Mr. Knight has been living with his daughter, Mrs. Thomas R. Sours, in Martinsburg, who with the following other children survive him: Mrs. Mart Purdham, Luray; Mrs. “Dick” Sampson and Robert Knight, of Martinsburg; Mrs. Bettie Taylor and John Knight, Marksville, and Isaac Knight, who lives near Shenandoah. He was a member of the Disciples church. He had been living in Martinsburg for the last seven or eight years.                                                                                                                                  
JACOB KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Friday 2 Oct 1925
DEATH OF JACOB KNIGHT
            Jacob Knight, an aged Confederate died on Monday morning at the home of his son, John W. Knight, West of Stanley, after a long period of declining health due to causes incident to old age. Mr. Knight’s 83d birthday fell on the 10th of June, 1925. He was a law-abiding and inoffensive citizen. His wife who prior to marriage was Miss Mary Ann Good died about six years ago. He was a brother of the late George, James and Andrew Knight of this county. His surviving children are John W. Knight, Charles W. Knight, Jacob Knight, Mrs. Tom Good, Mrs. B.Z. Price, Mrs. Beauregard Morris and Mrs. Hiram Painter, of Stanley, and Bee Knight, of Overall. The funeral and interment took place at the Adventist church on Tuesday were conducted by Eld. John B. Jenkins.
KENNETH KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 9 Sep 1930
DEATH OF KENNETH KNIGHT
            Hubert Kenneth, son of Raymond and Viola Knight, born October 27, 1927, died August 28, 1930, aged 3 years, 10 months and 1 day. Besides his parents, he is survived by one sister, Audrey, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Manuel, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Knight. Funeral services from the Compton church by Rev. George Stanley, of Shenandoah and Mrs. … of Front Royal. Interment in the Rileyville cemetery.                  
LEE KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Friday 6 Oct 1922
DEATH OF CHILD
           Lee Knight, aged six years, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Knight, of near Alma, died of diptheria at noon last Friday. The child is survived by his parents, and by a twin sister who is in a serious condition from the same disease. The funeral was conducted at the Lutheran Church at Alma at 11 a.m., on Sunday, Eld. John B. Jenkins, officiating. The child's grandfather,  Geo. W. Knight has been seriously ill with dropsy for a long time at the same home.
MRS. MARY JANE KNIGHT (I)
Page News & Courier, Tuesday, 24 May 1927
            Mrs. Mary Jane Knight, aged about eighty years, died on Friday in Baltimore, in which city and surrounding section a number of her children reside. She was a native of this community and a resident here until fifteen or twenty years ago. Her husband, James Knight, who died six or eight years ago was brought here for burial but his widow was buried at Baltimore. Her death is said to have been due to the effcts of old age.
MRS. MARY JANE KNIGHT (II)
Page News & Courier, Friday 27 May 1927
DEATH OF MRS. KNIGHT IN BALTIMORE
            Mrs. Mary Jane Knight, aged eighty-two, widow of the late James W. Knight died on Friday, May 20, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Neal in Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Knight who was formerly a Miss Purdham, of near Stanley, this county, had lived in Baltimore for the last twenty-five years. After her husband’s death which occurred about six years ago, she continued to make her home with her unmarried son, Edward Knight in that city. After her health began to fail a few years ago she resided with her two daughters, Mrs. James Neal and Mrs. Marvin Phillips, of Baltimore. Her surviving children, not already mentioned are David Knight, of Laurel, Md., Mrs. J.E. Aleshire, Mrs. William Blucher and two other married daughters in Baltimore.
            Mrs. Knight was a member of the Methodist church for many years. She was buried on Monday from the home of Mrs. Marvin Phillips, Rev. Mr. Stone, a Methodist minister conducting the service at the house and in Woodlawn cemetery…                                  
MRS. MIRANDA KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Friday 26 Jun 1925
MRS. KNIGHT’S DEATH
            Mrs. Miranda Knight, wife of Charles Knight, of near Petefish Pond, West of Stanley, died at one o’clock Monday afternoon at the age of fifty-eight. She had been in bad health for five years most of the time being confined to her bed. She is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Knight was a daughter of Joseph Painter, deceased, and was a sister of Eld. T.H. Painter, J.E. Painter and Weller Painter. Her long illness was borne with patience and a resigned spirit. The funeral took place at the Stanley Adventist church on Wednesday, Rev. J.E. Tucker, and Eld. John B. Jenkins conducting the services and the remains being interred in the Adventist cemetery…                             
MRS. SI KNIGHT
Page News & Courier, Friday 9 Jul 1926
DIED
            Mrs. Si Knight, an aged lady of Front Roayl, was buried at Rileyville on Tuesday, Rev. Mr. Heydrick conducting the services and the burial taking place in the Rileyville cemetery. Mrs. Knight was the stepmother of William Knight, of this county. The mother of the latter was a Miss Cameron, of Page, prior to marriage. The husband of the deceased, formerly lived in the county following the cooper trade here years ago. His last wife was of Warren county originally.
MRS. MATTIE JANE KNUPP
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 10 Apr 1928
DEATH OF MRS. CHARLES KNUPP
            Mrs. Mattie Jane Knupp. Age 64, , wife of Charles Knupp, died at 4:35 p.m., on Saturday at the home of her husband near Stanley this county. Her health had been declining for years. Last summer she was under treatment at the hospital for some time time but without lasting benefit. Since her return she has been practically an invalid and was bedfast several weeks before the end.    
            Mrs. Knupp was a daughter of the late Joseph Kiblinger and is survived by three brothers, Edward l., David S. and Joseph D. Kiblinger and also leaves one sister, Mrs. D.L. Mauck, all of Stanley. Her first husband was M.G. Long, of Stanley. In 1917 she married Mr. Knupp, originally of Shenandoah county, a substantial and well-to-do farmer who survives. She had no children by either marriage.
            Mrs. Knupp was baptized into the membership of the Primitive Baptist church by Eld. R.H. Pittman fifteen years ago…
            The funeral was held at Graves Chapel at 2 p.m., yesterday, her pastor, Eld. R.H. Pittman, in charge…                                                                                                               
MRS. ELIZA J. KOONTZ
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 15 Feb 1927
            Mrs. Eliza J. Koontz, widow of the late James Koontz, died on Saturday morning in her 86th year at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Hubert L. Koontz, of Stanley... Mrs. Koontz was a daughter of the late Paschel Graves, of Marksville district, and was a sister of Charles E. and Isaac N. Graves, and Mrs. John W. Beaver, of near Stanley, and Mrs. Bettie Wilhoite, widow of Newton Wilhoite, of Madison county. She and Mrs. Wilhoite were twin sisters... Among their deceased brothers and sisters were Thomas J. Graves, Trenton O. Graves, William Graves and Mrs. Peter Long...
             Mrs. Koontz's husband, who was a leady farmer and a man active in county affairs and politics in his day, died eight or nine years ago. The couple had but one child, the late Hubert L. Koontz, postmaster at Marksville and also prominent in a political and business way.... The funeral was held at Graves' Chapel yesterday, Rev. G.H.H. Tyler, conducting the services. Burial in the cemetery by the church.
             ... For many years she had belonged to the Methodist church...
GEORGE W. KOONTZ
Page News & Courier, Friday 3 Feb 1922
DEATH OF GEORGE W. KOONTZ
            George W. Koontz, a highly respected citizen of the Honeyville neighborhood, died last Friday at the home of his son Marvin Koontz near that village, aged eight eight years. Several months ago he became so feeble from the effects of old age that he left his own home and went to that of his son, Marvin, a short distance away. Just before Christmas his aged wife (nee Judy) passed away. Mr. Koontz was born and spent his long life at the old Koontz homestead which belonged to his father John Koontz before him. He leaves one brother Gilbert Koontz of Kansas and the following children, Mrs. William Dovel, of Hagerstown, Mrs. Minnie Dovel, of Kansas, Mrs. Luther Kite, of Shenandoah, Va., and one son Marvin Koontz, of Honeyville. Mr. Koontz was a Confederate veteran. For years he was a member of the Lutheran church. The funeral took place at the church f that denomination at Alma on Saturday, Eld. John B. Jenkins conducting the services and the remains being interred in the cemetery nearby…                                                
MRS. GEORGE KOONTZ
Page News & Courier, Friday 16 Dec 1921
DEATH OF MRS. KOONTZ
            Mrs. George Koontz, died on Sunday morning, December 11, at 2 o’clock at the home of her son Marvin Koontz, near Honeyville this county. Her death is believed to have been due to a stroke of paralysis sustained sometime ago, though she had become quite feeble from old age, at the time of her death being 82 years, 7 months and 5 days old. Before marriage Mrs. Koontz was amiss Judy of this county. She is survived by her husband, who is 89 or 90 years of age. In addition the following children survive her: Marvin Koontz, Mrs. Allie Dovel, Mrs. Minnie Dovel and Mrs. Annie Kite… She had been a member of the Alma Lutheran church for many years. The funeral services were conducted at the late home of Mrs. Koontz on Tuesday, the burial taking place in the Alma Lutheran grave yard. Rev. M.A. Ashby being the officiating clergyman.                    
JAMES W. LACONIA
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 19 Jan 1926
JAMES W. LACONIA, UNION VETERAN, INSTANTLY KILLED BY TRAIN
            James W. Laconia, an industrious and estimable old citizen, who has lived in the vicinity of Luray for forty years or more, was instantly killed a little after eight o'clock Saturday morning when he was struck by an engine and tender, several hundred yards North of the Main Street railroad crossing at Luray. Mr. Laconia's body was actually cut in two at the waist. The first the engineer and fireman knew of the accident was when they saw a section of the mangled body on the track.
            There seems to have been no witness to the accident which occurred opposite the belting plant at the Deford tannery, now used as a leather warehouse. At this point there are three parallel railroad tracks the main track being between the two side tracks. Mr. Laconia was killed on the side track next to the leather warehouse. For a few months he has been boarding with his granddaughter, Mrs. Harvey Steed, who lives near the oil tank on the Northern outskirts of Luray. A veteran of the Federal army, he was walking to the courthouse to see about his pension papers when he was killed. Northbound local freight No. 72, D.W. Ramsey, engineer, and Vernon Nauman, fireman, was shifting cars on the track and struck Mr. Laconia.
            ... It is surmised that Mr. Laconia, who was in his 85th year, became confused or did not hear the engine running. At any rate he stepped from the path between the tracks on to the side track and met his fate. The first persons to see the mangled body were Raymond Kendrick, a Deford tannery foreman and his helpers, who were at a warehouse on the siding to load leather...
            A coroner's inquest was held by Coroner Dr. Virgil Hammer the jury bringing in a verdict of accidental death. The scene of this accident is one where a number of persons have met their death from trains. While a man of advanced years Mr. Laconia was still active and alert and not very deaf, and his death under the circumstances was not to be expected. He would have been eighty-five years old in March. His body was taken to the establishment of Undertaker Bradley, the funeral being set for Monday. He was buried in his lot in Green Hill cemetery where with the remains of other members of his family lie two sons, who were killed by trains. The latter were Hubert Laconia, a N. & W. brakeman killed on duty at the Karo lime plant siding in Warren county, and James Laconia, also a N. & W. employee, who met his end at Ingham, this county.
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MRS. SARAH ELIZABETH LAM
Page News & Courier, Friday 23 Nov 1928
DEATH OF MRS. LUTHER LAM
            Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Lam, wife of Luther Lam, of Elkton, formerly a blacksmith at Shenandoah, died at her home on November 14, age 52 years. She had been afflicted with heart trouble for several years.
            Mrs. Lam was a Miss Alger of Page county, her mother, Mrs. Janie Alger, of Elkton surviving her. Mrs. Lam leaves the following children: Mrs. Luther Berry, of Elkton, Mrs. James F. Comer and Mrs. Tom Reed, of Shenandoah, Misses Rena, Myrtle, and Helen at home and Howard and Wilson at home. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Stearn of the U.B. church. Mrs. Lam had been a member of the Disciples church for forty years. Her daughter, Miss Myrtler, is lady foreman at the Shenandoah Overall factory.
MRS. WM. LAM
Page News & Courier, Friday 19 Nov 1926
JOLLETT
Death of Mrs. Wm. Lam
            Mrs. William Lam, nee Meadows, passed away Nov. 10th, 1926, after great suffering with that dread disease cancer. Mrs. Lam leaves a husband and seven children. She was 38 years and nine months old. Rev. Gilbert Bailey conducted the funeral services in the Methodist church and her body was laid to rest in Jollett cemetery, Friday, Nov. 12...
MRS. SADIE E. LARSON
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 27 Nov 1928
MRS. SADIE E. LARSON
            (Contributed)
            Born Feb. 22d., 1886, died Nov. 15th, 1928, at her home 649 Forest Drive, Hagerstown, Md., age 42 years, 8 months and 28 days. She was a daughter of John C. Purdham deceased. She is survived by her husband and one sister, Mrs. J.W. Boward; one half-sister, Mrs. W.H. Dillsworth, all of Hagerstown. She was a faithful member of the Christian church. The funeral was held from the home of her sister and was largely attended. The flowers were beautiful. Interment in Rose Hill cemetery, Hagerstown.     
LUTHER T. LAWREY
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 23 Jul 1929
LUTHER T. LAWREY DIES AT STANLEY
            Luther T. Lawrey, a highly respected old citizen of near Stanley, died at his home at an early hour yesterday morning after a year’s ill health due to an external cancer. He had been entirely confined to his bed for about a week, a rapid decline setting in something over a month ago. Mr. Lawrey went for treatment several months ago to the Rockingham Memorial Hospital and also, to Indianapolis, Ind., but received no encouragement… He was seventy-six years old last Jan. 29.
            The subject of this notice settled near Stanley when he was twenty-six years old, and spent the rest of his days there. A miner of much experience, he was foreman for years at the Lilly Mine near Stanley, owned by the late Frank R. Biedler. Afterwards he bought the Rev. William Dofflemoyer place near the old Stoneberger church which was his home till death…
            Mr. Lawrey was a native of Culpeper county. He leaves no brothers and sisters, an only sister having died years ago. He is survived by his widow who was Miss Fannie Phillips, a sister of John F. Phillips, of Rileyville. The surviving children are as follows: Mrs. James Good, Mrs. Seldon Pence, William Lawrey, Mrs. Wilmer Good, Mrs. John Painter and Mrs. Ernest Dovel, all residing around Stanley except Mrs. Pence who lives at Aliquippa, Pa. One son, Clifton Lawrey is dead. The subject of this notice also leaves 37 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Latter Day Saints religious sect.
            The funeral will be held at the Stanley Adventist church at 2p.m., on Wednesday with services by Eld. T.H. Painter and interment in the Adventist graveyard…             
JOHN S. LILLARD
Page News & Courier, Friday 11 Aug 1922
DEATH OF JOHN S. LILLARD
            John S. Lillard, a native of this county, being a son of the late Silas Lillard, of Leaksville, died on Tuesday morning in the Winchester hospital where he was taken from his home at Reliance, Va., three weeks ago... Something like seventeen or eighteen years ago Mr. Lillard moved from this county and located in Loudoun. He remained there for a number of years, later moving to Reliance, Va., near the line between Warrem and Frederick counties. He was a highly prosperous farmer... in his younger days was one of the leading school teachers of Page, following this calling chiefly in Marksville and Shenandoah districts... For a long time before leaving this county he was engaged in farming in the Leaksville neighborhood. He was 53 years, 1 month and 19 days old and is survived by the following children: Amos Lillard, at home, Mrs. Frank Huffman, near Alma, this county; and Mrs. Howard Leeth, who lives near Mountsville, Loudoun county. His brothers and sisters are Mrs. D.L. Kauffman, Luray; Mrs. John E. Kite, Leaksville; Charles G. Lillard, living near Long; W.A. Lillard, of Hagerstown and Mrs. F.E. Dovel, near Reliance. His widow before marriage was Miss Emma Louderback, daughter of Mr. M.V. Louderback, deceased?, of the Leaksville neighborhood. The body was brought from Winchester direct to Leaksville on Thursday morning.... the interment taking place in the cemetery at that place at 11 o'clock of that day. The services were conducted by Rev. R.P. Crumpler of the Christian Church, assisted by Elder J.B. Jenkins...
B. FRANK LONG   
Page News & Courier, Friday 4 Jul 1921
DEATH OF B. FRANK LONG
            B. Frank Long, a retired farmer of Middletown, Frederick county, who was born and grew to manhood in Page, died of heart trouble at 6:20 p.m., on Wednesday, aged about seventy-six years. While he had been a sufferer from cardiac asthma for eighteen years and had been feeble for a long time, the end came suddenly.
            The deceased was a brother of Dr. John F. Long, William J. Long, Mrs. Jacob Spitler, Mrs. Thomas Spitler, Mrs. Ira Bumgardner of this county, and Mrs. M.J. Funkhouser, of Frederick county. His wife who died several years ago was a Miss Funkhouser, of Frederick county. The surviving children of Mr. Long are Mrs. I.N. Jenkins, of Page, Mrs. Ezra Miller, of Winchester, and Newton, William and Charles Long, of Middleton. The deceased located in Frederick county as a farmer when a young man and was a successful and highly respected citizen of his adopted county. A few years ago he sold his farm to his sons William and Newton residing thereafter with the latter in Middletown. He was a member of the United Brethren church. In the civil war he served in the Confederacy having many Page county soldiers as his comrades…                                  
MRS. POLLY LONG
Page News & Courier, Friday 28 Dec 1928
DEATH OF MRS. POLLY LONG
            Mrs. Polly Long, widow of John Long of this county, died at 11:10 p.m., on last Sunday at the home of her son John B. Long, near Hamburg, several miles West of Luray, where she resided. Several weeks ago, Mrs. Long fell and broke her arm and hip, death resulting eventually as a consequence of these injuries. Her age was 79 years, 3 months and 16 days. She had been rather feeble for some time and for six months or more before her final injuries had occupied a wheel chair on account of a crippled foot.
            Mrs. Long leaves two sons, John B. and Walter Long, of this county. Prior to marriage she was a Miss Richards, of near Stony Man. She was a kind-hearted and useful woman. The funeral which was held from her late home on Sunday afternoon was conducted by Revs. C.A. Hall and W.A. Lynch.
            From an article regarding Mrs. Long received after the above was in type we take the following extracts:
            “While pratically an invalid for the last five years due to another fall that injured her ankle, Mrs. Long was cheerful and made home a pleasure for those she loved…
            “ Mrs. Long had been both mother and grandmother to her son’s children since the death of their mother, ten years ago.
            “At the funeral “Asleep in Jesus” and “Sometime We’ll Understand” were sung at the home… At the grave in Mt. Zion cemetery the same singers furnished the music…”        
EDWARD LOUDERBACK
Page News & Courier, Friday 27 May 1927
DEATH OF E.L. LOUDERBACK
            Edward L. Louderback, a leading farmer and outstanding citizen of Newport, this county, died yesterday after about ten days illness with pneumonia, aged sixty-six years...
            Mr. Louderback leaves a widow who was formerly Miss Emma Foltz, daughter of James Foltz, deceased. Their surviving children are James F. Louderback and Mrs. Chap Powell, of Shenandoah City, Mrs. Fred Kite, of Grove Hill, and Mrs. Vernon Foltz, of the Brick church. He was a son of John Louderback, deceased. One brother, John Louderback of Stanley survives, while the following brothers and sisters have passed away: A.J. of Newport, with whom the deceased was associated in farming for many years, M.V., of Stanley, I.N. of Grove Hill, Jacob, of Honeyville, Mrs. Frank Bumgardner, of Newport and Mrs. David Kite, of Ingham. Mr. Louderback was one of the most active and useful members of the Newport Christian church...
            The funeral will be held at the Newport Christian church at 11 a.m., Saturday, Rev. A.W. Andes conducting the services.
MRS. ELIZA LOUDERBACK
Page News & Courier, Friday 8 Jun 1928
MRS. ISAAC LOUDERBACK DIES AT GROVE HILL
            Mrs. Eliza Louderback, of Grove Hill, widow of the late Isaac Louderback, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.W. Frazier, near Grove Hill, at 7:30 p.m., on Wednesday, her deceased being attributed to heart disease. She had been in poor health for a year, but was able to go about until last Friday, when she took to her bed. On account of the serious change in her condition she was removed from her own home to that of her daughter where she breathed her last at the age of seventy years.
            Mrs. Louderback was widowed two years ago. She leaves the following children: Mrs. J.W. Frazier, of Grove Hill, C.E., Wilmer and Solon Louderback, of Shenandoah City, Benjamin Louderback, of Baltimore, and I. Newton Louderback, of Stanley. She was a daughter of Reuben Walton, deceased, of Newport, and leaves three sisters, Mrs. J.C. Roudabush, of Shenandoah City, Mrs. P.N. Shuler, of Bixler’s Ferry, near Luray, and Mrs. Ida Hanson, widow of Solon Hanson, of Newport. Mrs. Louderback was a member of the Lutheran church from early years. She was a devoted wife and mother and raised a family that have been successful in business and are prominent citizens of their communities.
            The funeral will be held at two o’clock this afternoon from the Grove Hill, U.B. church with interment in the cemetery nearby.                                                                    
MRS. ELIZABETH LOUDERBACK
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 3 Apr 1923
DEATH OF MRS. G.W. LOUDERBACK
            Mrs. Elizabeth Louderback, wife of George W. Louderback, a greatly beloved lady of the Newport section died at the age of eighty years at her home at noon on Saturday following two years gradually declining health from causes incident to old age…
            The deceased was a daughter of Joel Foltz, deceased, of this county, and is survived by three brothers and one sister, viz; Jacob Foltz, John W. Foltz and Mrs. A. Lee Kite, of Grove Hill, and David Foltz, of Harrisonburg. Mrs. Louderback’s first husband was John Hockman, a brother of the late Jacob Hockman, of Luray. By this union the following children survive: Jacob P. Hockman, of Shenandoah City, Mrs. James Pendergast, of Stanley and Mrs. E.P. Louderback, of Elkton. After Mr. Hockman’s death she married Geo. W. Louderback, of Newport and is survived by her husband and a number of step children… She has been a life long member of the Lutheran church.
            Mrs. Louderback’s funeral was conducted by Rev. A.L. Bolick at the Brick Church near Grove Hill, at 3 p.m., on Sunday, the remains being interred in the cemetery nearby…                                                                                                                                
MRS. GEORGE W. LOUDERBACK
Page News & Courier, Friday 8 Aug 1930
G.W. LOUDERBACK DIES AT HOSPITAL
            George W. Louderback, of Pineville, Rockingham county, formerly of near Newport, Page county, died Wednesday afternoon at 3 o’clock at Rockingham Memorial Hospital, where he was taken for treatment. He had been ill since Saturday.
            Mr. Louderback was married three times, all of his wives having preceded him to the grave. He is survived by five children by his second wife. They are Mrs. Nettie Ritenour and Mrs. Bessie Everhart, of Hagerstown, Md., Mrs. Mattie Deavers, of Lexington, Ill., D.O. Louderback, of Winchester, and William C. Louderback of Pineville.
            The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the Pineville Brethren church, with the Rev. Mr. Hunt, of Shenandoah, officiating. Interment will be in the nearby cemetery.
            Mr. Louderback was born in Page county, the son of the late Isaac Louderback, and was the last surviving member of a family of ten children. He spent all his life in Page county with the exception of the late five years spent in Pineville at the home of his son, W.C. Louderback.
            By occupation, Mr. Louderback was a carpenter. He had long been a member of the Lutheran church.
            Mr. Louderback spent much time at Luray when his son, D. Oscar Louderback, now of Winchester, was a resident of this place. About four years ago he moved from Newport to Pineville, Rockingham county, near Port Republic and Montevideo, where he bought a farm. His relatives in this county did not know that he was seriously ill. He had two brothers and seven sisters, all deceased and residents of this county. His brothers were John P. Louderback, of Newport, father of Charles C. Louderback, of Stanley, and David S. Louderback, of Shenandoah. Mr. Louderback’s first and third wives were daughters of the late Joel Foltz, of near Grove Hill. His second wife who was the mother of all his children, was a sister of the late David C. Kite, of Grove Hill…                             
ISAAC LOUDERBACK
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 30 Dec 1924
ISAAC LOUDERBACK DIES AT GROVE HILL
            Isaac Louderback, a worthy and upright farmer living near Grove Hill this county, died at two p.m., last Wednesday, aged about sixty-eight years. He had been in failing health from heart trouble and complications for several years. Mr. Louderback was a brother of Edward Louderback, and J.S. Louderback, of this county. He leaves a widow, who prior to marriage was Miss Eliza Hanson, sister of Solon Hanson, of Newport. His surviving children are Wilmer, J. Solon and Edward Louderback, of Shenandoah, Mrs. J.W. Frazier, of Grove Hill, Newton Louderback, of Stanley, and Benjamin Louderback, of Baltimore... member of Newport Christian church. The funeral and interment which took place at the Grove Hill U.B. church, was conducted by Rev. A.W. Andes, assisted by Rev. A.L. Bolick.
MRS. MARY LOUDERBACK
Page News & Courier, Friday 30 Dec 1927
DEATH OF MRS. JACOB LOUDERBACK
            Mrs. Mary Louderback, age 85, widow of Jacob Louderback, residing a half mile from Honeyville, who has been disabled from paralysis for years, died yesterday morning at nine o’clock, following a third stroke on Sunday. Mrs. Louderback lived alone. Her maiden name was Nicholas. Her first husband, Wesley Cubbage, the father of her children was drowned in the Shenandoah River years ago. Among the surviving children are the following: Mrs. Harry Seekford, of Alma; Mrs. Lester Seekford, of Pennsylvania, Mrs. Dave Louderback, and Mrs. Alger, East of the Ridge, Mrs. A.J. Rhinehart and Marshall Cubbage, of Honeyville. Further particulars are not obtainable as we go to press.                                                                                                                                              
MRS. SARAH C. LOUDERBACK
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 26 Jan 1926
DEATH OF MRS. MARTIN LOUDERBACK
            Mrs. Sarah C. Louderback, wife of the late Martin V. Louderback, sustained a stroke of paralysis late Thursday while at the home of her son, Charles W. Louderback, of Grove Hill, and died at ten o’clock yesterday morning. Although she passed her seventy-fifth birthday last March, Mrs. Louderback continued to keep house at her residence near Stanley until Thanksgiving, when she went to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emma Lillard, widow of John S. Lillard, deceased, near Winchester. There she remained until ten days ago when she went to her daughter, Mrs. W.A. Blose’s near Harrisonburg, and later to her son’s near Grove Hill…
            The deceased was the widow of Martin V. Louderbacker, one of the sterling citizens of the Stanley section, who died seven years ago following a fall from a wagon loaded with feed… Mrs. Louderback was a a daughter of the late Emanuel Foltz, of this county. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Lillard and Mrs. Blose, and two sons, Charles W., at whose home she died, and Frank V., of Ingham, this county. One sister, Mrs. John S. Louderback, of near Stanley; and the following brothers survive her: John and Perry Foltz, of Stanley, Peter Foltz, of Shenandoah, Reuben Foltz, of Harrisonburg, and H.J. Foltz, of Newport.
            Mrs. Louderback was a member of the Lutheran church from early life and was an earnest and consistent Christian and a faithful member. She will be buried at the Alma Lutheran church at eleven o’clock tomorrow morning.                                                         
MRS. DAISY LUCAS
Page News & Courier, Friday 8 Jun 1923
MRS. LUCAS BURIED AT SHENANDOAH
            Mrs. Daisy Lucas, wife of John S. Lucas, of Robbins, Delaware, died on Monday aftern a long illness, her remains being brought to Shenandoah City, her former home, on Tuesday, and buried the following day from the U.B. Church, Rev. J.E. Oliver conducting the services... her sisters, Mrs. Bettie Irvington, of Hagerstown, and Mrs. Stella Breeden, of Martinsburg and her niece, Mrs. Lula Breeden, of Martinsburg...
            Mrs. Lucas who was forty three years old is survived by two sons, John and Bennie, and a daughter, Mrs. Mable Haden. Her husband was formerly in business at Shenandoah, where the family resided until Mr. Lucas purchased and located on a truck farm at Robbins, Del., not many years ago...
MRS. GRACIE LUCAS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 18 Sep 1923
DEATH OF MRS. LUCAS AT BERRYVILLE
            Mrs. Gracie Lucas, widow of George Lucas and a former resident of this county, died last Thursday at her home near Berryville, aged about sixty five years. The deceased was a daughter of the late Russell Jenkins, of the Alma neighborhood, and was a sister of Mrs. William Martin and William Jenkins, of Alma. Her surviving children are William Lucas, of Page and Cleveland, Robert, and Charles Jenkins, Mrs. George Turner and Mrs. John Knight, of Clarke county. Her husband, George Lucas, died about two years ago. The couple moved from Page to Clarke county about twelve years ago and have been farming in that section in recent years. Mrs. Lucas was buried at Berryville.                  
MRS. HENRIETTA LUCAS
Page News & Courier, Friday 6 May 1921
MRS. LUCAS DROPS DEAD
            Mrs. Henrietta Lucas, aged 65 years, dropped dead last Friday at the home of Vernon Chrisman on the west side of the river from Bixler’s Ferry. Mrs. Lucas had been making her home for some time with the family of Mr. Chrisman, which was the residence of her brother, Stephen (Buck) Henry, for many years and where he died suddenly just four months to the day before her death. Both of the deaths were apparently due to apoplexy. Mr. Henry having died some time during the night of the 28th of last January, having been found dead the morning of the 29th of that month. Though having been in bad health for some time, Mrs. Lucas’ death was without a moment’s warning, expiring before aid could be summoned. She was a woman highly respected by every one, and was the widow of William Lucas, who died in this county many years ago. The deceased was born in an old building that was torn down on the New Market and Sperryville Turnpike between Salem and the Intersection at the foot of the Massanutton mountains. She is survived by two sons- Ezra Lucas, who lives on the James L. Grubbs farm on the Mud Pike near Luray, and Joseph Lucas, who lives in Braddock, Pa. Mrs. Lucas is survived by the following sisters: Mrs. Charles Knight, of Hagerstown, Mrs. Susan Stroop, of Stanley and Mrs. Polly Ann Ouster, of Dayton, Ohio. The funeral services were conducted from Mr. Chrisman’s home on Saturday by Elder George W. Painter, of the Brethren church, the interment taking place in the Henry graveyard nearby.
MRS. IONE LUCAS
Page News & Courier, Friday 19 Mar 1926
MRS. LESTER LUCAS DIES AT INGHAM
            Mrs. Ione Lucas, wife of Lester Lucas, of Ingham, died yesterday morning of pneumonia, aged about fifty years. She had been in excellent health until her last attack of illness. Mrs. Lucas was a Miss Edmunds, of Front Royal, prior to marriage. She leaves her husband and ten children, the latter ranging in age from nine months to adults... She united with the Christian church a few days before her death. Her mother and brother, of Front Royal arrived at her bedside just a few minutes before she died. The Lucas family live at the place of the late Martin L. Lucas, a brother-in-law of the deceased.
MRS. IRENE LUCAS
Page News & Courier, Tuesday 3 Jul 1923
DEATHS SOUTH OF STANLEY
            Mrs. Irene Lucas, wife of John Lucas, of Little Line Trestle, died of tuberculosis at her home last Thursday, aged 28 years, 11 months and 25 days. She is survived by her husband, who is an employee of the bark mill at Stanley, and by three small children ranging in age approximately from two to ten years. She is also survived by her parents, Henry J. Campbell and wife, and by several brothers and sisters. Her funeral which took place on Sunday was conducted by Eld. Frank Comer, of the divine healing brethren, to which body she belonged. The religious exercises took place at the home of her father, who resides a few hundred yards from the Lucas home. The body was interred in the Lucas grave yard. Mrs. Henry Campbell, mother of the deceased, is reported quite ill.
MRS. ISABEL VIRGINIA LUCAS
Page News & Courier, Friday 5 Dec 1924
SUDDEN DEATH OF MRS. ISABEL LUCAS
            Mrs. Isabel Virginia Lucas, died very suddenly at one o’clock on Tuesday morning at the home of her son-in-law, Vernon M. Stirewalt, near Stony Man, where she had made her home since the death of her husband, James F. Lucas, seven years ago. While Mrs. Lucas was in her eighty-second year she was still in fairly good health and on Tuesday was going around the house although she had been complaining of a cold for several days and a doctor had been called in. She retired at nine o’clock Monday night with no apparent change for the worse. An hour or two later her daughter, Mrs. Stirewalt, went to her room and found her critically ill and called a physician. About midnight she lapsed into unconsciousness her death which soon followed being due to heart failure.
            Mrs. Lucas had many friends in Luray where she frequently visited her sons, Sheriff E.L. Lucas and Hubert F. Lucas… She was a sister of the late John David Printz and Isiaah Printzx, of Stony Man, having been born on April 17, 1843, at the Isaiah Printz place, the ancestral home of this old and prominent family. Two of her brothers, Isabeus and Ireaneus, lost their lives in the civil war, the former dying in a federal prison at Elmira, N.Y., and the latter succumbing to wounds received at the battle of Second Manassas. John D. Printz, another brother, was in the war, but died in recent years. At the outbreak of the civil war she married James F. Lucas, a Confederate soldier and sterling citizen, who merchandized at Stony Man, for a great many years after the war. At this village, three miles from Luray, they raised their family of whom the surviving members are J.D. Lucas, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Kirby Lucas, of near Urbana, Ohio, Ashby E. Lucas, of Roanoke, Va., Charles J. Lucas, who succeeded to his father’s mercantile business at Stony Man, Edwin L. Lucas, Sheriff of Page county, Hubert F. Lucas and Mrs. Vernon M. (May) Stirewalt, of Luray. The deceased was a devoted member of the Lutheran church from early years.

            The funeral took place at two o’clock yesterday afternoon at Mt. Zion Brethren church where she was buried in the family lot in the cemetery. Her pastor, Rev. C.I. Morgan conducted the services…