Abstracts from early newspaper articles with a connection to Berkeley County, Virginia/West Virginia
and what was later referred to as the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. Berkeley County was created by an
act of the House of Burgesses and formed from the northern third of Frederick County, Virginia, in 1772. On January 8, 1801, Jefferson County was formed from Berkeley County's
eastern section, and on February 9, 1820, Morgan County was formed from Berkeley's western section.
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Richmond (Virginia) and the like, the state wasn?t always included ? some of the more recognizable cities and their states are listed at the end for reference. All references to Berkeley County are to West Virginia, not South Carolina
(where a Berkeley County also exists) and all references to Martinsburg are for Berkeley County, not any other Martinsburg in the country. For more information on the newspapers, see the newspaper section at the end - note: not all
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- ST. MOYER, Barney, 22, from Berkeley County, is a deserter — Washington Spy 23 Nov 1792.
- SABILLE, J. Burr, Martinsburg, has been appointed deputy manager for the federal-state unemployment
compensation service — CDM 30 Dec 1937.
- SAGNER, Edna, the 11-year-old daughter of John SAGNER, a foreman in a limestone
plant, was attacked yesterday by a man employed on construction work near Bedington, Berkeley County. The
girl, it is stated, was on her way home from the plant when she was allegedly attacked, but she "put up
such a desperate resistance that her assailant was frightened off, bearing numerous marks of the girl's
teeth upon his hands." Three suspects are in jail and Sheriff's posses were scouring the area between the
limestone plant and the Potomac River for a fourth suspect last night. This is the third attack on little
girls in Berkeley County during the past few weeks, and "there is strong talk of lynching" —
WP 31 Aug 1913.
- SAGNER, John — see SAGNER, Edna, 31 Aug 1913.
- SALAMONE, Nick — see MANDINO, Carl, 5 Jun 1938.
- SALSBURY, James N. was appointed Deputy, Internal Revenue collector of the
Seventh division, with headquarters at Martinsburg. He succeeds John S. COLE, who was dismissed for failure
to account satisfactorily for moneys collected by him — WP 8 Mar 1910.
- SAMPSELL, W.H. of Jones Springs and G.P. HOTT of Berkeley Springs were among
the appointments made during the Virginia United Brethren Conference which adjourned in Washington, D.C.
They were appointed to the Winchester District. The agenda included the increase of ministers' salaries to
$400 and a radical stand taken on the liquor question, as well as appointments to the Berkeley Circuit —
C.D. BENNETTE, Capacon; B.N. SIPOLD, South Branch; E.E. NEFF, Martinsburg; A.B. WILSON, Inwood; A.J. SECREST,
New Creek; C.P. DYCHE, Bayard; W.S. RAU, Lost River; J.B. FERGUSON, West Fredrick; C.J. RACEY, Toms Brook;
L.A. RACEY, Prince William; A.R. VANDERSMITH, Edinburg; N.F.A. CUPP, Keeper; S.R. LUDWIG, Westernport; Ida M.
JUDY, Lan Seng Nam, missionary to China — WP 27 Mar 1905.
- SAMPSELL, W.H. — see HOTT, George P., 27 May 1906.
- SAMUELS, T.J. — see WOLFHOPE, Frank A.,
24 Aug 1904.
- SANDERS, A.R. — see PIKE, Nelson, 24 Sep 1904.
- SANDERS, Andy R. — see PIKE, Laura V., 3 Mar 1905 /
4 Oct 1905.
- SANDERS, Mrs. Andrew — see SANDERS, Daniel, 25/27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, Mrs. Andrew — see SANDERS, Robert F., 8 May 1936.
- SANDERS, Mrs. Andrew — see SANDERS, Henry Calvin, 6 Feb 1937.
- SANDERS, Andrew R. — see PIKE, Laura V., 3 Mar 1905 /
4 Oct 1905.
- SANDERS, Mrs. Annie — see SANDERS, Daniel, 25/27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, Calvin — see SANDERS, Daniel, 25/27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, Cornelius — see SANDERS, Daniel, 25/27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, Daniel of near Fairfield, Pennsylvania, died at his home Sunday
afternoon after a few weeks’ illness. He was 84 years old and had been engaged in farming until several years
ago. Death was caused by catarrh of the stomach. Survivors, in addition to his wife, were four sons and
seven daughters, including Mrs. Andrew SANDERS of Martinsburg. Other siblings include Cornelius SANDERS,
Calvin SANDERS and Robert F. SANDERS, all of Fairfield, James SANDERS of Iowa, Mrs. Annie SANDERS of Illinois,
Mrs. Laura WAGNER of Mason City, Iowa, Mrs. William HEYSER and Mrs. Edward McCLEAF, both of Granite Hill,
Pennsylvania, Mrs. David BROWN of Beaver Creek, Maryland, and Mrs. Joel MUSSELMAN, of Hamiltonan township,
Gettysburg area, Pennsylvania; two brothers, John SANDERS, Sr. and Henry A. SANDERS, both of Hamiltonan
township; and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah J. MILLER of near Emmittsburg, Maryland, and Mrs. Edward SANDERS of
Conewago township, Pennsylvania (no city listed, but may be Gettysburg). Funeral was Tuesday, with interment
in the Union Cemetery of Fairfield — GT 25 Apr 1910 and GC 27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, George — see BARTON, Annie, 6 Mar 1890.
- SANDERS, Henry A. — see SANDERS, Daniel, 25/27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, Henry Calvin, 81, of Adams County, Pennsylvania, a brother of
Mrs. Andrew SANDERS, Martinsburg, died suddenly on Wednesday from effects of a heart attack suffered while
helping cut wood at his home near Fairfield. Born near Fairfield, he was the son of the late David and Sarah
(McCLEAF) SANDERS and spent his life in that vicinity. He was a school board director of Hamiltonban
township and a member of Zion Lutheran Church. He is survived by his widow, the former Jennie McCLEAF; a
son, Mervin SANDERS, at home; four daughters, Mrs. Edward HAHN, Mrs. Vernon RILEY, and Mrs. Lloyd SITES, all
of Fairfield; and Mrs. Clayton BARR, Hanover, Pennsylvania; two brothers, Upton C. SANDERS of Fairfield;
and James SANDERS of California (not clear if the city in Pennsylvania or the state); and his other five
sisters, Mrs. David BROWN, Fairfield, Mrs. Mary HEYSER and Mrs. Edward McCLEAF, both of Gettysburg; and Mrs.
Annie SANDERS and Mrs. Laura WAGNER, both of Iowa; 16 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren —
GC 6 Feb 1937.
- SANDERS, Jacob, a brakeman with engine 537, fell from his train at Cherry Run this morning and is badly
hurt. It is reported he has broken both legs and suffered other injuries and was taken to his home in
Martinsburg for medical attention — ET 19 Jan 1895.
- SANDERS, James — see SANDERS, Daniel, 25/27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, John Sr. — see SANDERS, Daniel, 25/27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, Robert F. — see SANDERS, Daniel, 25/27 Apr 1910.
- SANDERS, Robert F., 69, brother of Mrs. Andrew SANDERS of Martinsburg,
died at his home in Straban Township, Greensburg area, Friday, April 24, from a complication of diseases.
He had been ill six weeks. He is survived by his widow, the former Miss Mary SHERTZER; nine sons, Robert L.,
J. Clair, Kenneth, Keith, and Arthur SANDERS, Gettysburg; Donald SANDERS, New Oxford, Pennsylvania; Orrin
SANDERS, Littlestown, Pennsylvania; Roland SANDERS, Emmitsburg, Maryland; and Francis SANDERS, in the U.S.
Army at Honolulu; three daughters, Mrs. Mackley SITES, Fairfield; Mrs. Clair DIEHL, Spring Grove,
Pennsylvania; and Nina SANDERS, Gettysburg; and his other siblings, Cornelius and Calvin SANDERS, both of
Fairfield, Pennsylvania; James SANDERS, California (no indication if this is the city in Pennsylvania or
the state); Mrs. Laura WAGNER, Iowa; Mrs. Annie SANDERS, Illinois; Mrs. Mary HEYSER, Gettysburg; Mrs. David
BROWN, Biglerville, Pennsylvania; and Mrs. E.K. McCLEAF, near Gulden’s station, Pennsylvania; and 21
grandchildren — GC 8 May 1936.
- SANDERS, Robert Lee, 34, of Marlowe, West Virginia, is being held in
Martinsburg on manslaughter charges arising from the fatal injury of Mrs. Elsie NICELY, 22, who was struck
by an automobile Saturday as she was walking with her mother in Martinsburg. SANDERS was arrested when
officers examined his automobile and found a broken headlight and smashed door glass — CDM 14 Feb 1934.
- SANDERS, Mrs. Roy — see NULL, Mrs. Emma K., 12 Aug 1930.
- SANTMEYER, S. — see WHITTINGTON, Bernard,
20 Dec 1935.
- SAPP, Rev. and Mrs. A.B. and two children, and Miss HART of Hedgesville were guests
of Mr. SAPP’S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter SAPP in Goldsboro, Maryland — DJ 4 Jul 1925.
- SARBER, Miss Constance — see GOHEEN, J.S.,
28 Jan 1934.
- SARGENT, Mrs. — see SMALLWOOD, Mr. and Mrs.
Shipley, 25 May 1926.
- SAUTTER, John — see ZEIGLER, Rudolph,
11 May 1895.
- SAVAGE, H.R. — see HANK, A.S., 18 Mar 1886.
- SAVEE, Alice Esther — see PITZER, George, 3 Mar 1910.
- SAVILLA, Carroll — see BOWMAN, Paul V.,
26 Mar 1937.
- SAVILLA, Carroll of Hedgesville received severe injuries to his right leg, which later had to be
amputated, by a fall of stone from the roof of the operation at a limestone quarry in Martinsburg —
CDM 26 Mar 1937.
- SAYLOR, Miss Laura, about 31, daughter of Mrs. Andrew McGLAUGHLIN, Gettysburg, died Sunday, September 1,
at her home in Martinsburg, the result of an accident on Saturday evening, August 31, near Gettysburg. She
was out riding with a gentleman when the front spindle of the buggy broke, throwing the young man out and
causing Miss SAYLOR to jump out. In doing that, she is reported to have fallen on her head. She was taken
home, but never regained consciousness, dying Sunday morning. Her remains were taken to Gettysburg, with the
funeral on Tuesday morning — S&S 9 Sep 1890.
- SCANLIN, E.A. — see CASKEY, W. Rufus,
10 May 1910.
- SCHAD, Henry of Martinsburg and Miss Lydia MILLER were married in Washington
County, Maryland, near Falling Waters on Tuesday, November 22nd by the Rev. J.R. RIDENOUR — HTL
8 Dec 1887.
- SCHADE, Mrs. Henry — see MILLER, John T., 3 Apr 1905.
- SCHAEFFER, Gertrude of Martinsburg has as her guest, Miss Ella C. MANN of W. Patrick Street, Frederick,
Maryland — 31 Jul 1889.
- SCHAEFFER, William Mcd., newspaperman, was elected president of the
newly organized junior board of trade of Berkeley County. Other officers are Preston HOPPER, first vice
president; Thomas SOLENBERGER, secretary-treasurer of the Romney Production Credit corporation, second vice
president; William CLOHAN, bank executive, secretary; and Jack NADENBOUSCH, insurance man, treasurer; and
seven of the eight directors are J. Wesley RICE, James LAISE, Smith PINE, D. Harry LURIA, Ward MILLER,
William CASKEY and C.E. MARTIN Jr. There was a three-way tie for the eighth director and that vacancy will
be filled later (Note: it is presumed all are from Berkeley County, though no individual cities were listed)
— CDM 18 Feb 1938.
- SCHAFER, Mr. and Mrs. George — see HETZEL,
John J., 26 Apr 1912.
- SCHAFFER, D.W. — see AKERS, J.A., 26 Jan 1911.
- SCHARFF, Isaac E. and Annie M. KRUMBINE, both of Martinsburg, were married
May 30 at the U.B. parsonage by the Rev. J.T. SPANGLER — HTL 6 Jun 1895.
- SCHEDER, George, Martinsburg, is a “temporary flight commander” of the newly established West Virginia
Air Defense Reserve set up along military lines and slated for inclusion in a possible nationwide of similar
units in other states. The purpose of the organization and its “flight commanders” will be to coordinate all
private and non-scheduled flying activities in West Virginia with the state and national defense programs,
to guard against sabotage, espionage and other subversive activities, and to aid in preventing violations of
any air corps, civil aeronautics board of national defense regulations and in recruitment of eligible cadet
applicants for military air service. Volunteers will be organized into “flights,” each with nine licensed
pilots, nine planes and nine privates, preferably student pilots or non-flying members. Three “flights” will
make up a squadron and preliminary plans call for organization of five squadrons, organized by geographical
areas — CDM 26 Sep 1941.
- SCHICK, Charles — see TRUMP, Mrs. Charles,
13 Sep 1911.
- SCHICK, David — see TRUMP, Mrs. Charles,
13 Sep 1911.
- SCHICK, J.L. — see TRUMP, Mrs. Charles,
13 Sep 1911.
- SCHICK, John — see TRUMP, Mrs. Charles,
13 Sep 1911.
- SCHICK, Rudolph — see TRUMP, Mrs. Charles,
13 Sep 1911.
- SCHILDKNECHT, Miss Maud — see MAGALIS, Mrs.
Frank, 3 Oct 1911.
- SCHILL, William, Martinsburg Captain of Police, was elected president of the Berkeley-Jefferson chapter
of the Fraternal Order of Police — CDM 18 Jan 1937.
- SCHLEUSS, Clara of Martinsburg has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Adam ERDMAN and her brother,
Albert SCHLEUSS in Cumberland, Maryland — ET 7 Dec 1908.
- SCHLEUSS, Mr. and Mrs. D.W. — see SCHLEUSS, Elizabeth
Christine, 3 Nov 1939.
- SCHLEUSS, Elizabeth Christine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.W.
SCHLEUSS of Martinsburg, and John Ballard HARRIS Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. HARRIS of Charleston,
were married Thursday morning at the home of the groom’s parents, 1539 Lee Street, with the Rev. Francis J.
BROOKE, Jr., pastor of Ruffner Memorial Presbyterian church officiating. Miss Katherine SCHLEUSS, sister of
the bride, was her only attendant and William HARRIS, the groom’s brother, was best man. Following the
wedding breakfast, the newly married couple left for a short wedding trip in the South. After their return,
they will live temporarily with his parents. The new Mrs. HARRIS, a graduate of West Virginia university,
has been living in Charleston for about 5 years where she is a faculty member of Woodrow Wilson Junior
High School. The groom, a graduate of Greenbrier Military school at Lewisburg, West Virginia, is employed
in the state liquor control commission — CDM 3 Nov 1939.
- SCHLEUSS, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob — see SCHLEUSS, Miss May
Alverta, 12 May 1905.
- SCHLEUSS, Joseph R., Republican, was named assistant to Berkeley county
prosecuting attorney Herbert C. HANNIS, succeeding the late Charles N. CAMPBELL, a Democrat. The new aide is
a graduate of a Cleveland law school and local elementary schools — CDM 21 Dec 1935.
- SCHLEUSS, Katherine — see SCHLEUSS, Elizabeth
Christine, 3 Nov 1939.
- SCHLEUSS, Katherine — see SCHLEUSS, Misses
Virginia and Kathryn, 3 Nov 1939.
- SCHLEUSS, Miss May Alverta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob SCHLEUSS
of Martinsburg, and Jeremiah F. SULLIVAN, formerly of Martinsburg and now living in Washington, D.C., were
married at St. Joseph’s parochial residence this afternoon with the Rev. Father C.E. DONAHOE, officiating.
It was a very quiet wedding with just a few friends witnessing the ceremony. The couple will live in
Washington where the groom is a machinist — ET 12 May 1905.
- SCHLEUSS, Miss Nellie of Martinsburg is visiting her brother, Albert V. SCHLEUSS of Cumberland, Maryland
— ET 25 Oct 1905.
- SCHLEUSS, Misses Virginia and Kathryn and Mrs. A.M.
GILBERT have returned to their homes in Martinsburg after attending the wedding of Miss Christine SCHLEUSS
and John B. HARRIS, Jr. on Thursday — CDM 3 Nov 1939.
- SCHNEIDER, William G. — see FULK, A.R., 29 Aug 1930.
- SCHLOTTERBECK, Charles F. of Hagerstown, Maryland, will engage in the restaurant business in Martinsburg
— HTL 20 Apr 1893.
- SCHLOTTERBECK, Charles F. — see RUPPEL,
Wilhelmina F., 19 Oct 1893.
- SCHLOTTERBECK, Daniel, formerly of Hagerstown, Maryland, and Anna C.
GERLING, both of Martinsburg, were married Wednesday, April 8, at the bride's residence in Martinsburg by
the Rev. C.S. TRUMP — HTL 16 Apr 1891.
- SCHMUCKER, Rev. Roy — see CASTLEMAN, Mrs.
Virginia, 27 Apr 1928.
- SCHNEIDERHAU, Mrs. J.S., Martinsburg, was elected vice president of the West Virginia Federation of
Garden Clubs at its annual convention in Wheeling — CDM 6 Jun 1941.
- SCHNELDERHAN, Felix Dr. of the Kearneysville state farm in Jefferson County, and Edwin GOULD,
entomologist at that farm, purchased ‘Fairstone Farms.” one of the most widely known rural estates in the
Martinsburg area. They will take possession next April — CDM 24 Sep 1937.
- SCHOENING, C.H. — see IRVIN, John W.,
19 Jun 1932.
- SCHOPPERT, Frank T. — see SIRBAUGH, Miss Mary V.,
26 Apr 1905.
- SCHOPPERT, Lurenna F., wife of S.S. SCHOPPERT, died at her home near
Van Clevesville (Berkeley County) September 6. She was 35 years old and is survived by her husband and three
children — WP 8 Sep 1909.
- SCHOPPERT, S.S. — see SCHOPPERT, Lurenna F., 8 Sep 1909.
- SCHRIBNER, Miss Katie — see POPE,
Mrs. Lucy Edmonia Belle, 26 Jun 1937.
- SCHRIVER, Annie M., daughter of Cyrus SCHRIVER of Martinsburg, was married
Tuesday at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John W. NEWCOMER of Ringgold in Washington County,
Maryland, to Samuel WELTY, a prominent peach grower of Edgemont, Maryland. The Rev. J.W. SANTEE of Cavetown
officiated. Miss Edith SCHRIVER of Hagerstown, Maryland, a cousin of the bride, was the bridesmaid and
Sydney STOUFFER of Harrisburg was groomsman. Following a train trip to Baltimore and Washington, D.C., the
couple will return Saturday to Mr. WELTY's home at Edgemont — HTL 24 Dec 1891.
- SCHRIVER, Cyrus — see SCHRIVER, Annie M., 24 Dec 1891.
- SCHROEDER, John L., Martinsburg, was elected senior grand warden of the West Virginia Grand Lodge of
Masons at closing sessions of the 76th annual convention yesterday in Parkersburg, West Virginia —
CDM 18 Oct 1940.
- SCHROEDER, John Leroy of Martinsburg, grand master of the Grand Royal Arch chapter, presided over the
West Virginia Royal Arch Masons 73rd annual convocation in Huntington — CDM 11 October 1943.
- SCOGGAN, W.E. of Martinsburg was named chairman of the West Virginia committee in charge of apple buying
program — CDM 24 Sep 1940.
- SCOTT, Mrs. Charles — see SWEENEY, Mrs. Mary M., 25 Sep 1926.
- SCOTT, Col. George died last week in Berkeley County — VCWM 17 Sep
1788; Philip PENDLETON, Moses HUNTER, James CAMPBELL, and David GRAY are the executors of his estate —
VGWA 6 May 1789.
- SCOTT, the Rev. Mr. John died while on his way home from Berkeley County to Fauquier County. Formerly of
Somerset County, Maryland, his will be buried at the Episcopal Church in Winchester — VJAA 5 Aug 1794.
- SCOTT, Poll aka Sall SCOTT, "as an abandoned strumpet as the county of Berkeley
can produce has lately had a mulatto child" and ran away from John VAN METER — PGBA 18 Aug 1796.
- SCRAGGS, Clarence Houston Jr. of Martinsburg graduated from
high school this week with a 12-year perfect attendance record. Three other members of his graduating class,
Dorothy SHICKLE, Clyde MAIDEN, and Virginia BARTGIS, have perfect four-year attendance records — CDM
27 May 1935.
- SCRIBBLING, Mary — see POWELL, Sallie, 3 Oct 1909.
- SEAL, J.D. — see RAINES, Richard, 29 Apr 1930.
- SECREST, A.J. — see SAMPSELL, W.H., 27 Mar 1905.
- SECRIST, A.J. — see HOTT, George P., 27 May 1906.
- SECRIST, A.J. — see OLIVER, J.E., 15 Sep 1930.
- SEE, Mrs. Flo Strausner, who died recently at her Martinsburg home, left an estate valued at $38,093.41,
according to appraisers. Included were a home valued at $5,000 and bonds and securities at $31,752.05
— CDM 4 Dec 1942.
- SEEGER, Mrs. Charles F. — see MICHAEL,
Mrs. D. Jerome, 13 Feb 1911.
- SEIBERT, A.M. and L.W. BURNS, both of Martinsburg, are visitors to Charleston
CDM 27 Jan 1931.
- SEIBERT, C.M. — see MARTIN, Clarence E.,
21 Jul 1930.
- SEIBERT, C.M. — see THOMAS, W.H., 22 Jan 1931.
- SEIBERT, Mrs. C.M., Martinsburg, attended the Charleston Chapter No. 151, United Daughters of the
Confederacy Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S.G. CARGILL in that city — CDM 18 Apr 1933.
- SEIBERT, Charles Borum — see PAUGH, Herbert
Joseph, 30 Apr 1930.
- SEIBERT, Charles J. — see SEIBERT, Henry James, 9 Mar 1910.
- SEIBERT, Cleveland M. — see STUCKEY, Charles W., 14 Aug 1910.
- SEIBERT, Cleveland M. — see TRAMMELL,
Miss Elizabeth H., 29 Jul 1910.
- SEIBERT, Cleveland M., Martinsburg, has been chosen chairman of the Berkeley County Democratic executive
committee. An ex-mayor of this city and a candidate for the Democratic congressional nomination in the
second district of the August primary, he succeeds Lewis H. THOMPSON, who resigned — CDM 23 Sep 1922.
- SEIBERT, Mrs. Cleveland — see COOK, Mrs. E.E.,
22 Mar 1925.
- SEIBERT, Mrs. Clinton — see HASSON, Mrs.
George, 20 Sep 1913.
- SEIBERT, D.C., police officer of Martinsburg, has filed suit in Circuit Court through Attorney Allen B.
NOLL against the city of Martinsburg for $600 back salary alleged due him. The lawsuit will be heard at the
September term of the Court — S&S 7 Aug 1915.
- SEIBERT, Emma — see SEIBERT, Henry James, 9 Mar 1910.
- SEIBERT, Frank — see HARRISON, P.R., 14 May 1912.
- SEIBERT, G.M. — see KETTERING, E.B., 16 Aug 1908.
- SEIBERT, Henry James, 81, a lifelong resident of Berkeley County, and for
many years "one of the most prominent bankers and farmers in eastern West Virginia," died in Martinsburg
March 8 of pneumonia. He is survived by his widow, Margaret E. SEIBERT of Berkeley County, and three
children, Charles J. SEIBERT of near Martinsburg and Misses Lula and Emma SEIBERT — WP 9 Mar 1910.
- SEIBERT, J. Frank — see STOTLER, Roy H., 14 Jun 1944.
- SEIBERT, J. Harry and his wife were struck and killed by a fast passenger train on the B&O railroad
at the crossing at Van Clevesville. While returning from a dance near Shepherdstown the night of March 8,
the team of the SEIBERTs was struck. Their bodies were hurled some distance and badly mutilated. The buggy
was reduced to splinters and the horse killed outright. Mr. and Mrs. SEIBERT were married a year ago
— WP 10 Mar 1912.
- SEIBERT, Jacob — see BUTLER, Elizabeth
or Annie, 15 Oct 1873 / 19 Aug 1874.
- SEIBERT, Joseph Longstreet, 72, high in the councils of the West Virginia Junior Order of United
American Mechanics (JOUAM or Juniors) and Knights of Pythias, died at his home in Martinsburg last night
after an extended illness and will be buried in that city tomorrow afternoon. Following his becoming
chairman of the state JOUAM 25 years ago, he became known as “Judge” in fraternal circles in the state. A
lifelong resident of Berkeley County, except for a few years spent in Ohio, he was an active church man,
teaching a Sunday School class for 35 years, and a traveling salesman. Pallbearers will be from his Sunday
School class, the Juniors and the Pythians, and graveside rites will be in charge of the Juniors —
CDM 20 May 1935.
- SEIBERT, L.M., Martinsburg, is a visitor in Charleston — CDM 11 Feb 1932.
- SEIBERT, Miss Lou Ellen — see ROBBINS,
Mrs. Frances W., 5 Feb 1932.
- SEIBERT, Lula — see SEIBERT, Henry James, 9 Mar 1910.
- SEIBERT, Margaret E. — see SEIBERT, Henry James, 9 Mar 1910.
- SEIBERT, Nannie H. — see THOMAS, A.J., 2 Feb 1898.
- SEIBERT, W.H. — see SPEROW, Charles E., 10 Dec 1930.
- SELLERS, J.M. — see SMITH, Clyde E., 7 Jun 1938.
- SENCINDIVER, Carroll T. was commissioned a notary public — 27 Nov 1929.
- SENCINDIVER, Dr. Elisha Lewis, 77, the oldest practicing physician in Martinsburg died suddenly at his
home on Monday; funeral services will be Thursday. He had been at his home just an hour before he became ill.
One of the founders of the King’s Daughters hospital and director of Citizens National bank, he was also an
active Mason — CDM 22 Jan 1944.
- SENCINDIVER, Mrs. Ellen C., Martinsburg, has been notified by the
war department that her husband, Pfc. John W. SENCINDIVER, has been wounded in action in the Asiatic theater
— CDM 19 Feb 1945.
- SENCINDIVER, George L. — see ALER, F. Vernon, 1
- SENCINDIVER, John W., Pfc. — see SENCINDIVER, Mrs. Ellen
C., 19 Feb 1945.
- SENCENDIVER, Nannie E. of Martinsburg and Joseph WYNDHAM of Jefferson County, Virginia, were married on
November 2 at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Hagerstown, by the Rev. J. Spangler KIEFFER —
HTL 7 Nov 1881.
- SEVILLE, Mr. (no first name given), a brakeman who lives in Martinsburg, was killed instantly Friday
while pushing a car from Potomac switch on the B&O railroad with a pole. The pole broke, killing him
without warning — HTL 1 Sep 1892.
- SEVY, H.P., Martinsburg, will present a report at the Horticultural Society meeting next week in
Martinsburg — CDM 5 Feb 1930.
- SEVY, Mrs. H.P. was honored with a handkerchief shower and bridge party, hosted by Mrs. Brook McCLUNG,
Charleston, because she and her husband will be leaving that city April 15 to live in Martinsburg. Mr. SEVY
is with the state soil conservation department and has been transferred to Berkeley County — CDM
31 Mar 1940.
- SEXOR, Tony — see JENKINS, Mrs. Emma,
6 Sep 1937.
- SEXTMAN, Mrs. of Martinsburg is visiting Mrs. Charles TRUMP, also of that city,
at the home of Mrs. TRUMP’s father, Esq. J.L. SCHICK, Gettysburg — ACN 4 Sep 1909.
- SHACKELFORD, Mrs. Susan — see MURPHY, Ike,
17 May 1905.
- SHADE, Catherine, 3, was critically burned when her clothing caught fire.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles SHADE, said the child may have been playing with matches in an upstairs
bedroom — CDM 31 Dec 1937.
- SHADE, Mr. and Mrs. Charles — see SHADE, Catherine, 31 Dec 1937.
- SHADE, Robert, 60, a merchant, was killed near Glengary when a truck ran away on a hill and overturned,
pinning SHADE underneath the vehicle — 18 Dec 1930.
- SHADE, Thomas — see WAUGH, Walter C., 16 Sep 1931.
- SHAFF, Albert — see FEASTER, Mrs.
Elizabeth, 19 Jan 1912.
- SHAFF, Charles — see FEASTER, Mrs.
Elizabeth, 19 Jan 1912.
- SHAFF, Harry M. — see FEASTER, Mrs.
Elizabeth, 19 Jan 1912.
- SHAFF, Mrs. Marry M. — see FEASTER, Mrs.
Elizabeth, 19 Jan 1912.
- SHAFF, R.L. — see FEASTER, Mrs. Elizabeth,
19 Jan 1912.
- SHAFFER, Albert, while hunting near Burlington, had his life saved yesterday by a package of cigarette
papers in an inside pocket of his coat when he was struck with squirrel shot over the heart. It is believed
the thick package of cigarette papers stopped the shot from penetrating his chest. It has been reported the
man who fired the shot ran away as soon as realized the effect of his reckless shooting —
CDM 16 Sep 1925.
- SHAFFER, Mrs. C.M., Martinsburg, is visiting friends in Frederick, Maryland — NEWS 28 Mar 1898.
- SHAFFER, D.W. sold a house in Martinsburg, opposite the Federal building, for
$13,000 to U.S. Fish Commissioner George M. BOWERS and Col. Stuart W. WALKER. The new owners plan to build
a six-story steel and brick apartment house on the site at a cost of $75,000 — WP 8 Feb 1910.
- SHAFFER, D.W., of Martinsburg, is staying in the St. James Hotel in Washington, D.C. —
WP 11 Feb 1911.
- SHAFFER, David Rev. and son Luther “motored” to Gettysburg on Thursday for
a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry RUPP, West Middle Street, Gettysburg. The RUPPS returned with the
SHAFFERS to Martinsburg this morning and will spend some time there — S&S 7 Jul 1923.
- SHAFFER, Harry M., a well-known 30-year-old young man of Martinsburg, died at his home on June 20 of
tuberculosis. He was unmarried and is survived by his mother and three sisters — WP 21 Jun 1910.
- SHAFFER, Joseph Harrison, 82, “wealthy retired businessman” of Martinsburg, died of pneumonia in St.
Louis, Missouri — CDM 23 Oct 1922.
- SHAFFER, Luther — see SHAFFER, David Rev., 7 Jul 1923.
- SHAFFER, W. — see EUBANKS, Dyer, 17 Feb 1938.
- SHALL, Mildred — see RUTHERFORD, Mr. and Mrs. George W., 6 Apr 1914.
- SHANK, Mrs. Mary of Myersville, who "tarred and feathered" Miss Dorothy
GRANDON of Martinsburg and who has been in jail since under $2,000 bail per action of the September grand
jury, was released on bond July 29. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor ALEXANDER of Middletown furnished the
bail. GRANDON is still in jail — her bail is expected to be posted on Thursday. The two embraced before
Mrs. SHANK left, saying "we shall always be friends" — WP 30 Jul 1924. Condemning the conduct of the
mob which last July "tarred and feathered" GRANDON, 20, of Martinsburg, Chief Justice Hammond URNER, in
circuit court in Frederick, Maryland, yesterday imposed sentence on one woman and 11 men, suspended sentence
on two, and declared five other men not guilty. Mrs. Mary SHANK pleaded guilty and confessed that in a
jealous rage she had torn the clothing from GRANDON and daubed her with tar and feathers. She was given 9
months in Frederick county jail — WP 28 Oct 1924.
- SHANNON, Margaret Palmer — see RAUSH, William H.,
7 May 1928.
- SHANTON, Ernest D., 24, taxi driver, was killed last night when he accidentally drove his automobile off
a newly built road east of Martinsburg and the car landed on him, breaking his neck. Two women with him were
not seriously hurt — CDM 29 Oct 1934.
- SHARFF, Bertha (Miss) and Misses Olive and Bettie BOEHM, all of Martinsburg,
were guests of honor at "a very enjoyable sociable" last Thursday evening held by Miss Maggie OSTER of near
Chewsville, Maryland — HTL 30 Jun 1892.
- SHARFF, Charles F. of Martinsburg and Carrie STERNS, Alexandria, Virginia
were married Monday, December 27 — WP 28 Dec 1909.
- SHARFF, Henry F., 75, a farmer of Back Creek Valley, died near Jones Spring yesterday. He is survived
by his wife and nine children — WP 12 Nov 1913.
- SHARPLES, Dorothy V., Martinsburg, was maid of honor at the wedding Saturday of William GARRETTSON of
Parkersburg and Jean DAVIS in her hometown of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania — CDM 22 Feb 1942.
- SHARPLES, Eugene, Martinsburg, is a member of the organization committee for the Young Republican League
of West Virginia — CDM 26 May 1935.
- SHARPLES, Eugene of Martinsburg is in charge of the G.O.P. offices opened recently in Charleston —
CDM 19 Aug 1944.
- SHAULL, H.L. — see BOEHM, S.N., 24 Feb 1938.
- SHAULL, Jennie — see HIEDWOHL, Fannie Todd,
21 Oct 1909.
- SHAULL, William S. — see LINGAMFELTER,
Newton S., 4 Jun 1911.
- SHAULL, William S., Martinsburg, was awarded the degree of master of patent laws at the National
University of Law commencement exercises last night — 9 Jun 1913.
- SHAULL, William Sidenor of Martinsburg was awarded a Masters of Law degree at the 43rd commencement of
National University Law School last night in Washington, D.C. — 3 Jun 1912.
- SHAULL, William T. — see ENGLE, James P.,
7 Jun 1931.
- SHECKLES, Kate M. — see BEELER, William T.,
30 May 1889.
- SHEELY, Allan, Martinsburg, is visiting his brother, George SHEELY of New Oxford, Pennsylvania —
SS 7 Jun 1924.
- SHEELY, I.A. — see WOLF, Mrs. Mary A.,
7 Oct 1922.
- SHEETS, Jacob, Dutch, ran away from John WIMMER, Berkeley County — VJAA
27 Oct 1785.
- SHEETS, Walter Felford, Hedgesville, was ordained as an elder at the 147th Baltimore annual conference
— CDM 5 Oct 1931.
- SHEFFER, Mrs. David and family, Martinsburg, had as their guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry RUPP,
West Middle Street, Gettysburg — GC 1 Jan 1921.
- SHELTON, Mrs. Bessie — see SIGAFOOS, Arthur, 13/14 January 1927.
- SHEPHARD, Abraham — see STRODE, James, 20 Jun 1795.
- SHEPHERD, Miss Harriett — see SOLENBERGER, Charles
Frederick, 28 May 1931/17 Jun 1931.
- SHEPHERD, Helen V. — see SWINLEY, George H., 30 Oct 1909.
- SHEPHERD, Henry and Mary GROVE, eldest daughter of Mr. Edward H. REINHART,
were married Wednesday evening in the Presbyterian church in Shepherdstown, with the Rev. Charles GHISELIN,
officiating. The bridal party included the following: Messrs. Philip GROVE, HOPKINS, GIBSON, LEWIS, Chas.
SMITH, William R. MOLER, Robert GIBSON, Augustus M. SHEPHERD, William SHEPHERD, and James Shepherd LUCAS;
and the Misses Meta SCHLEY, Annie BRUGH, Mary KNOTT, Sophie COLSTON, Bessie LAMON, Agnus BELTZHOOVER, and
Mary E. LATIMER &38212; HTL 2 Feb 1893.
- SHEPHERD, Louise, Sallie SHEPHERD and Dr. D.H. MORGAN, all of Shepherdstown,
and Miss (no first name listed) FLICK of Martinsburg attended the New Year's Ball at Hagerstown, Maryland
— HTL 2 Jan 1890.
- SHEPHERD, Sallie — see STEWART, Miss Belle, 17 Oct 1889.
- SHEPHERD, Sallie — see SHEPHERD, Louise, 2 Jan 1890.
- SHEPHERD, T. Champ, an 87-year-old Confederate veteran, died yesterday in Martinsburg. He had been a
school teacher in Berkeley County and Clarke County, Virginia, for 50 years. SHEPHERD enlisted with Company
5, Sixteenth Virginia regiment of the Confederate forces when he was 16 and served throughout the Civil War
— CDM 4 Oct 1932.
- SHERRARD, Paul E. — see MARTIN, Paul Buxton,
20 Feb 1944.
- SHERWOOD, E.C. Dr., plant pathologist at Martinsburg, is conducting a survey of the apple crop prospects
in the Cumberland Valley — CDM 16 Jul 1932.
- SHEWRIDGE, George B. — see BOYER, Charles,
17 Sep 1943.
- SHICKLE, J.B. — see STUCKEY, Charles W., 14 Aug 1910.
- SHICKLE, Dorothy — see SCRAGGS, Clarence Houston Jr.,
27 May 1935.
- SHICKLE, Miss Pearl — see CASTLEMAN, Mrs.
Virginia, 27 Apr 1928.
- SHIFFLET, Mrs. Ann — see SHIFFLET, Layton B., 16 Jul 1934.
- SHIFFLET, Howard — see FAIRCLOTH, Gold, 3
0 Nov 1930.
- SHIFFLET, Layton — see LEMON, Harry, 20 Jul 1934.
- SHIFFLET, Layton B., 50, a tenant farmer, is in jail and charged with
killing his wife, Mrs. Ann SHIFFLET, 36, by beating her with a shotgun and a spade. SHIFFLET, who was
arrested at his home after the beating, told officers he remembered nothing of the fight. He was found to
be intoxicated. Mrs. SHIFFLET was found in the yard of her home after Harvey McDONALD, owner of the farm,
had called for help. He told investigators he had been chased from the premises by Mr. SHIFLETT when he
tried to intervene. The SHIFFLETS, who had previously lived in Virginia, had 7 children, some of whom are
reported to have witnessed the beating of their mother and ran to McDONALD’s farm for help. The youngest
child is 6 months old and the oldest is 14. After his arrest, police say Mr. SHIFFLET attempted to hang
himself in the Berkeley County jail — CDM 16 Jul 1934.
- SHILL, William — see McCOIN, R.S., 15 Oct 1938.
- SHINE, R.J. — see BEALL, Ralph, 13 Dec 1933.
- SHINGLEDECKER, Harley, Martinsburg, had as his guests Emanuel SHINDLEDECKER and sons, William and James
from the Gettysburg area — 12 Nov 1919.
- SHIPE, Anna — see SHIPE, Charles E., 23 Apr 1936.
- SHIPE, Charles E., 82, whose sisters both live in Darkesville, died at
Montevue, Maryland, this morning. He is survived by his wife, Lucy Cunningham SHIPE; two sons, Robert SHIPE,
at home, and Raymond SHIPE of Long Beach, California; two sisters, Anna SHIPE and Florence SHIPE, both of
Darkesville; and a brother, W.T. SHIPE, Middletown, Ohio. Interment will be in Bunker Hill — NEWS
23 Apr 1936.
- SHIPE, Florence — see SHIPE, Charles E., 23 Apr 1936.
- SHIPLEY, Mrs. Burris and children of Martinsburg were guests of relatives in Keyser, West Virginia,
last week — 12 Jun 1909.
- SHIPLEY, Burton, who is coaching the Delaware college football eleven and a former player on the
Martinsburg and Waynesboro teams, has signed a contract to manage the Martinsburg Blue Ridge League baseball
team next season — GT 15 Sep 1921.
- SHIPLEY, Kenneth B. — see OSBOURNE, G.F.,
22 Apr 1935.
- SHIPLEY, Letta — see HENSEL, Howard,
27 Sep 1922.
- SHIPLEY, William of Berkeley Place had his home searched by federal agents, Berkeley county officers
or Martinsburg police and a small quantity of liquor was found. Mrs. SHIPLEY, mother of a 10-month-old baby,
assumed responsibility for the liquor and was taken before a magistrate who imposed the minimum penalty, 30
days in jail and a fine of $100. She was later paroled. A series of raids in and about Martinsburg over the
weekend started Saturday afternoon and kept officers busy all night. Fifteen men and five women were
arrested “and a quantity of alleged whisky was seized” — GT 11 Dec 1929.
- SHIPPER, Mrs. J.H.M., Stephen B. AILES, Miss Ann AILES, John C. AILES, and
Marshall HOMER, all of Martinsburg, attended the wedding in Romney, West Virginia, of Vaughn Hobson WOODWARD
of Charleston and Mary Wilson SIPLE of Romney — CDM 6 Jun 1937.
- SHIPPS, J.L. — see NUCKLES. E.A., 1 Aug 1905.
- SHIRKEY, Mrs. Jessie Heutson, 57, of Martinsburg died early September 15 at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. William RAMSEY of Winchester, where she had been ill for 10 weeks. Her body was taken to Staunton,
Virginia, her former home, for internment — WP 17 Sep 1924.
- SHIRLEY, G.K., Dr. — see POISAL, C.W., 7 Jun 1933.
- SHIRLEY, Wade, a workman, received slight burns, Fire Chief Roland SNYDER
suffered a frozen ear, and Hoseman George CAZEN was treated for frost-bitten feet in a fire which destroyed
the interior of the National Fruit company’s plant in Martinsburg. Firemen worked for 5 hours in bitter
weather to control the flames caused by an explosion of a gasoline burning pot in the company’s machine shop,
which caused several thousand dollars damage — CDM 13 Feb 1936.
- SHOAFSTALL, Walter W. — see HARRISON, P.R.,
14 May 1912.
- SHOCKEY, C.L., Martinsburg, was one of two West Virginia boys being presented athletic letters by the
Virginia Polytechnical institute in Blacksburg for the winter sports season. He plays varsity basketball
— CDM 31 Mar 1936.
- SHOCKEY, Carol L. of Martinsburg is the third first-year student in the history of Virginia Tech
athletics to receive an athletic award in four sports his freshman year in college. Cadet SHOCKEY, a member
of the Class of 1938, earned his freshman class awards this spring in both baseball and track and had
previously won awards in football and basketball — CDM 26 May 1935.
- SHOEMAKER, Virgie — see KAIN, Joseph, 28 Feb 1906.
- SHORDER, John L., Martinsburg, was named deputy grand marshall during the West Virginia Ancient, Free
and Accepted Masons’ 77th annual convention — CDM 18 Oct 1941.
- SHORES, W. Irving — see FELKER, Guy, 4 May 1911.
- SHORT, Joe of the Martinsburg Lions Club was a guest at the dinner meeting of the Lions Club Tuesday in
Charleston — CDM 14 Dec 1939.
- SHORT, Joseph — see CHAFIN, C.M., 14 Jul 1941.
- SHORTS, Jacob — see CONLEY, A.J., 26 Sep 1904.
- SHOTTS, Sarah Elizabeth of Martinsburg is among those receiving nursing diplomas of graduation from the
Alexandria, Virginia, Hospital — WP 22 May 1912.
- SHOTTS, Miss Sarah E. of Washington, D.C. is the guest of her mother at her home in Martinsburg
— 10 Aug 1913.
- SHOUGH, John — see LAVERSTON, Henry,
13 Apr 1797.
- SHOW, Catherine, mother of Josiah SHOW of Martinsburg died at the home of
another son, Aaron at Fairplay, on Monday evening about 5 o'clock. She was one of the last surviving
descendants of the Scotch families who came to this country in the 18th century. She had been ill the past
6 years, having been paralyzed three times, and it was thought an accidental fall brought on her death.
Other surviving children include Isaiah and Hiram, both Tilghmanton; Mrs. John GRAY, Baltimore; Jacob, also
of Fairplay; Frisby of St. James; George, Beaver Creek; Samuel of Iowa; and Mrs. Berry HARTLE of Hagerstown,
Maryland — HTL 15 Nov 1894.
- SHOW, Josiah — see SHOW, Catherine, 15 Nov 1894.
- SHOW, Verdia — see LEIDIG, William Thomas,
21 Dec 1893.
- SHOWERS, J.W., Machinist’s Mate 1st Class, was one of 163 survivors of the explosion which shattered and
sank a U.S. destroyer in the icy waters of lower New York bay off Sandy Hook, New Jersey, yesterday. At
least 50 were killed — CDM 4 Jan 1944.
- SHREVE, Mrs. O.D., Martinsburg, has been named to the library commission for a term ending June 30,
1943 — CDM 10 Aug 1941.
- SHRIVER, C.H. — see REEDY, George, 15 Jul 1930.
- SHRIVER, Inez M., 24, and Morris J. McINTYRE, 24, both of Martinsburg, were
issued a marriage license in Frederick, Maryland — FP 6 Mar 1927.
- SHRIVER, S.A., a farmer about a mile from Martinsburg, is reported to have the
first outbreak of hoof and mouth disease contracted by a herd of cattle from germs carried by persons,
according to the state department of agriculture. There are 12 cattle and 12 hogs on the farm. There is also
a suspected outbreak of the disease on the farm of C.F. WALL in Charles Town, Jefferson County — CM
24 Mar 1915.
- SHRIVER, Thomas — see DORSEY, John, 1 Mar 1933.
- SHRIVERS, Maud, 18, Martinsburg, and Frederick F. NACE, 26, were married in
Washington, D.C., by the Rev. Alfred HARDING — WP 27 Jun 1907.
- SHROPSHIRE, James, abt. 18, ran way from John JOHNSON in the company of a
lad named Samuel BAYLY; they were seen about 12 miles from Leesburg, asking about the road to Charlestown,
Berkeley County — CMAG 4 Aug 1796.
- SHUYLER, Mr. Clarence and his wife of Martinsburg came to the Gettysburg area last Saturday to spend
their honeymoon with Mr. SHUYLER’s parents. (Note: One newspaper article said they went to Cashtown and
another said Hilltown. Both towns are in Adams County.) — S&S 23 May 1914.
- SHUYLER, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and two sons of Martinsburg spent the past week with Mr. SHUTLER’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward SHUYLER of near Cashtown, Pennsylvania — S&S 10 Sep 1921.
- SHUYLER, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and sons, Clarence Jr., Carl and Robert of Martinsburg, spent Sunday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence LENTZ and family, Gettysburg — GT 11 Aug 1927.
- SIBERT, C.M. — see LEVI, H.W., 20 Feb 1925.
- SIBERT, C.M., Martinsburg, as a member of the executive committee of the West Virginia Taxpayers
association, has been called to meet at its headquarters at the Kanawha Valley building in Charleston on
Friday, February 12, and is expected to work on filling the list of directors and vice presidents —
CDM 4 Feb 1932.
- SIEBERT, J. Ellis, see GORDON, Sophia, 2 Feb 1905.
- SIEBERT, H.M., Martinsburg, arrived in Charleston Wednesday — 14 Jan 1931.
- SIGAFOOS, Albert — see SIGAFOOS, Arthur, 13/14 January 1927.
- SIGAFOOS, Arthur, of Martinsburg and Hancock, Maryland, was killed instantly
and Rodney HIGMAN of Hagerstown, Maryland, and Fred C. FOLTZ, also of Martinsburg, were probably fatally
injured early yesterday morning when their vehicle crashed into a concrete bridge on a road near Mercersburg,
Pennsylvania; Mr. SIGAFOOS was thrown from the vehicle over the bridge and into the water, a distance of 20
feet. Passing motorists took him out of the stream and summoned aid from Mercersburg and took FOLTZ and
HIGMAN to the Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown. The two men have fractured skulls and other injuries.
Mr. SIGAFOOS was a son of B.F. SIGAFOOS of Brunswick, where he was born and spent his early life. Some years
ago, he went to Martinsburg where he married Miss Ella V. COLLIER, daughter of Mrs. C.W. COLLIER of
Martinsburg. Some months ago he took a job in Hancock as a barber, but made frequent visits to Martinsburg.
In addition to his wife and his father, he is survived by six brothers and four sisters, Crum F. SIGAFOOS of
Martinsburg, Edward SIGAFOOS of Washington, D.C., Charles SIGAFOOS of Baltimore, Carroll SIGAFOOS of Reading,
Pennsylvania, and Albert SIGAFOOS and Mercer SIGAFOOS, both of Brunswick; Mrs. VANORSDALE of Cumberland,
Maryland, Mrs. Lena PROXELL and Mrs. Bessie SHELTON of Brunswick, and Mrs. Mabel DONALDSON of El Paso, Texas
— FP 13 and 14 January 1927.
- SIGAFOOS, B.F. — see SIGAFOOS, Arthur, 13/14 January 1927.
- SIGAFOOS, Carroll — see SIGAFOOS, Arthur, 13/14 January 1927.
- SIGAFOOS, Charles — see SIGAFOOS, Arthur, 13/14 January 1927.
- SIGAFOOS, Crum F. — see SIGAFOOS, Arthur, 13/14 January 1927.
- SIGAFOOS, Edward — see SIGAFOOS, Arthur, 13/14 January 1927.
- SIGAFOOS, Mercer — see SIGAFOOS, Arthur, 13/14 January 1927.
- SIGLER, Daniel M. — see SIGLER, Mrs. Susan, 7 Dec 1893.
- SIGLER, Donald, 21, of Martinsburg was killed, Beatrice MILLER, 18, and Ida
JOHNSON, 18, both of Martinsburg, and Charles WHORTON, 21, were injured in an automobile crash at
Shepherdstown — CDM 8 Apr 1940.
- SIGLER, Edward — see SMITH, Clyde E., 7 Jun 1938.
- SIGLER, George — see SIGLER, Mrs. Susan, 7 Dec 1893.
- SIGLER, H.C. — see SIGLER, Mrs. Susan, 7 Dec 1893.
- SIGLER, John I. — see SIGLER, Mrs. Susan, 7 Dec 1893.
- SIGLER, Phillip L. 31, died while walking in Martinsburg. It is reported that he was when he was
stricken with illness and fell helpless into the soft soil, burying his face in such a manner he smothered
to death — CDM 25 Mar 1930.
- SIGLER, Jacob William, 26, Martinsburg, was killed yesterday when caught between two railroad cars at a
limestone plant where he was employed. The coroner's verdict was accidental death — CDM 12 Apr 1930.
- SIGLER, M.F. — see SIGLER, Mrs. Susan, 7 Dec 1893.
- SIGLER, Samuel B. — see SIGLER, Mrs. Susan, 7 Dec 1893.
- SIGLER, Mrs. Susan, mother of Samuel B. SIGLER and Susan FRANKINBERRY of
Martinsburg, died at her residence in Smithsburg, Maryland, last Saturday afternoon at about 3 o'clock. The
widow of the late George SIGLER, she was 88 years, 6 months and 16 days old and died "of old age." She was
the mother of 13 children (nine living), 226 grand and great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren.
Surviving children, in addition to those mentioned, are John I. SIGLER, M.F. SIGLER, Daniel M. SIGLER, H.C.
SIGLER, Mrs. J.L. VOGEL, and Mrs. John ROBINSON, Smithsburg, Maryland; and Mrs. Annie C. WOLF, Mercersburg,
Maryland. The funeral took place Monday afternoon at 2 p.m., with services by the Rev. J.B. KELLER and
interment in the Smithsburg cemetery. The pallbearers were six grandchildren, Charles GARDNER, R. SHOOP,
Ernest SHOOP, Amos SIGLER, Frank H. SIGLER, and George DICKEL — HTL 7 Dec 1893.
- SILER, James P., proprietor of the Wabash Hotel, Williamsport, Maryland, and who, for a number of years
conducted a liquor business at Winchester, Virginia, died of typhoid fever and Bright's disease yesterday
morning. He was 63 years old and moved to Williamsport four years ago; last April he succeeded Christian
WOLF as proprietor of the Wabash Hotel. A native of Hedgesville, Berkeley County, he is survived by five
children — Minnie of Winchester; Agnes, Gertrude and Annie of Baltimore; and Charles of Hagerstown
— WP 24 Dec 1904.
- SILER, Mrs. Julia, 93, died today in her home in Berkeley County. "Until the past week, she was as
active and well as most people at 60; she leaves behind more than 100 descendants — WP 9 Mar 1905.
- SILER, Lee — see KETTERING, E.B., 16 Aug 1908.
- SILER, W. Thompson — see STUCKEY, Charles W., 14 Aug 1910.
- SILING, Andrew advertised that his wife Catherine SILING, who is now deceased,
had formerly kept his books — PGBA 13 Feb 1795; a series of depositions mentions Andrew SILING and his
wife and their daughter Polly OFERRALL, the wife of John OFERRALL. It was noted the SILING's speak German —
PGBA 16 Nov 1795. In a case of 26 Sep 1795, he is the plaintiff and Barbary FURNEY and Erasmus UHLER,
administrator of Hans Adam FURNEY, were the defendants — it was noted the defendants were not
inhabitants of this county — RC 29 Dec 1795. SILING requests all persons indebted to him in the old
books kept by his wife to make immediate payment — PGBA 2 Feb 1797; his name was also given as SYLING.
- SILING, Catherine — see SILING, Andrew, 13 Feb 1795 / 16 Nov 1795 /
29 Dec 1795 / 2 Feb 1797.
- SILVER, Ann — see SILVER, Mr. and Mrs. Gray, 3 Oct 1931.
- SILVER, Anne Beall, daughter of former State Senator and Mrs. Gray SILVER
of Martinsburg, has announced that she and Nathaniel Meyers BOYD of Baltimore and Grafton will be married in
June. Miss SILVER, who was a princess at one of the annual forest festivals at Elkins and was a participant
in some of the earlier Apple Blossom festivals in Winchester, is the granddaughter of the late Colonel and
Mrs. Francis SILVER of Berkeley County. Mr. BOYD is the son of Mrs. Richard Stuart HUNTER of Baltimore and
Mr. Robert Hansen BOYD of Martinsburg and the great-grandson of General Elisha BOYD of “Boydsville” —
CDM 4 May 1935.
- SILVER, Colonel and Mrs. Francis – see SILVER, Anne Beall, 4 May 1935.
- SILVER, Catherine Dubois — see SILVER, Gray, 29 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Francis – see SILVER, Gray, 29 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Colonel Francis III — see SILVER, Gray, 29 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Colonel Francis III— see SILVER, Miss Martha Jane,
8 Jul 1941.
- SILVER, Gray was elected president of the grain marketing company formed by a $26 million merger of four
Chicago and one Kansas City grain companies — 25 Jul 1924.
- SILVER, Gray — see SPONSELLER, G.J.E., 21 Feb 1930.
- SILVER, Gray, Martinsburg farmer, opposed the development of the Cheat River watershed under the terms
proposed by the West Penn interests in testimony Tuesday before the circuit court — CDM 9 Sep 1930.
- SILVER, Gray, Senator, won a sweeping victory yesterday in Morgan and Jefferson
counties in the primaries for delegates to the state senatorial convention, securing the solid delegation of
6 in Morgan and 19 of the 25 in Jefferson county against his opponent, Harry S. CUSHWA of Martinsburg. The
result assures the nomination of Sen. SILVER for a second term — 17 Jul 1910.
- SILVER, Gray — see DECATUR, Judge, 7 Dec 1930.
- SILVER, Gray, Martinsburg, “prominent proponent of farm cooperative activities,” is considering
announcing his candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination — CDM 14 Feb 1932.
- SILVER, Gray — see FRAME, Nat T., 18 May 1933 /
19 May 1933 / 20 May 1933 / 28 May 1933 / 7 Jun 1933 / 8 Jun 1933.
- SILVER, Gray, former state senator and state and national farm leaders, is ill at his home in
Martinsburg with a gall bladder ailment. Physicians said his condition is improved — CDM 31 Mar 1934.
- SILVER, Gray, 63, known nationally as a farm leader and prominent in Democratic
politics, died of heart disease Sunday morning at his home in Martinsburg. He returned to his home Saturday
evening from Washington, D.C., where he had been promoting his views on farm economy and agriculture legislation
and fell ill. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Kate Bishop SILVER; five children, Mrs. John BURNSIDE of Madison,
West Virginia, Gray SILVER Jr., Mrs. Nathaniel BOYD of Grafton, West Virginia, Francis SILVER and Catherine
Dubois SILVER; and sisters, Martha Jean SILVER, Mrs. Ophelia BOYD of Washington, D.C., Mrs. L.C. HOFFMAN of
Bunker Hill, West Virginia, and Mrs. L.F. HARPER of Richmond, Virginia. He was a son of the late Colonel
Francis SILVER III and Mary Anne Gray SILVER of near Gerardstown — CDM 29 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Gray, Martinsburg, was buried today in a suburban cemetery following services conducted by the
Rev. S.R. BIEHL, Presbyterian pastor of the church in which Mr. SILVER had been a deacon. Active pall
bearers were neighbors and friends in the city and honorary pall bearers included Chester GRAY, formerly of
the American Farm Bureau federation of Washington, D.C., Daniel QILLARD and former Governor John J. CORNWELL
of Baltimore, Charles J. FAULKNER, attorney of Chicago, Commissioner of Agriculture J.B. McLAUGHLIN of
Charleston and Judge G.K. KUMP of Romney, West Virginia — CDM 31 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Gray, late of Martinsburg, left an estate of $83,789 when he died in July, based on a report
filed in Martinsburg today. Real estate was valued at $38,586, tangibles at $2,891, stock at $34,000, and
monies and evidences of cash $7,912 — CDM 17 Dec 1935.
- SILVER, Gray of Martinsburg was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Braxton DAVENPORT of Quarrier Street,
Charleston — CDM 5 Nov 1940.
- SILVER, Gray Jr. — see SILVER, Gray, 29 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Mr. and Mrs. Gray and Miss Ann SILVER were guests of Judge
and Mrs. H.G. KUMP at Elkins. Miss SILVER is also a princess in the Court of Queen Silva, II at the Forest
Festival — CDM 3 Oct 1931.
- SILVER, Mr. and Mrs. Gray — see SILVER, Anne Beall,
4 May 1935.
- SILVER, Kate Bishop — see SILVER, Gray, 29 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Martha Jean — see SILVER, Gray, 29 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Miss Martha Jane, 72, the first superintendent of nurses at
the Martinsburg city hospital, died yesterday of a heart ailment at the family home in Martinsburg. The
daughter of Colonel Francis SILVER III and Mary Ann Gray SILVER born at White Hall, Frederick County,
Virginia, she moved to Martinsburg about 30 years ago. She was a life member of the national D.A.R. and
member of several genealogical and historical societies. She was a sister of the late State Senator Gray
SILVER. Funeral services will be tomorrow with burial at Gerrardstown — CDM 8 Jul 1941.
- SILVER, Miss Mary Gray, Martinsburg, attended a Saturday afternoon tea at the home of Miss Elizabeth
SIMMS, Lee Street, Charleston — 16 Apr 1933.
- SILVER, Miss Mary Gray, Martinsburg, will be attending the annual Junior League ball, scheduled for
Wednesday evening at the armory in Charleston — CDM 18 Apr 1933.
- SILVER, Mary Ann Gray — see SILVER, Miss Martha Jane, 8
- SILVER, Mary Anne Gray — see SILVER, Gray, 29 Jul 1935.
- SILVER, Zeph — see BARBER, William, 24 May 1894.
- SIMMEMRAN, A.J. of Martinsburg received a commission as notary public — CDM 10 Dec 1930.
- SIMMONS, Miss (no first name listed) — see STEWART, Miss Belle,
17 Oct 1889.
- SIMMONS, Vernon — see STEWART, Miss Belle, 17 Oct 1889.
- SIMON, J.S. — see BOWERS, Miss Eleanor L.,
1 Jan 1908.
- SIMPSON, Archie H., Lieutenant — see PORTERFIELD,
Marvin H. Jr., 4 Jan 1944.
- SIMPSON, Harry, a Berkeley County farmer, was convicted yesterday afternoon by
a jury in circuit court at Martinsburg of assault and battery upon 7-year-old Mabel ABEL of Vanclevesville,
and Judge WOODS sentenced SIMPSON to 1 year at hard labor on the county roads and to pay $100 fine and the
cost of proceedings. SIMPSON is married and has six children. He had been indicted by the last grand jury
for an attack on the little girl — WP 14 Sep 1913.
- SINE, Elmer, Martinsburg, went into the hospital for an appendicitis operation and learned, based on
x-rays, that his heart and other organs are on his right side, instead of his left — CDM 2 Aug 1940.
- SINE, Martha W. — see ALBRIGHT, Howard W.,
27 Mar 1930.
- SINE, Miss Maudie — see WELLER, Miss
Bessie May, 20 May 1925.
- SIONS, Eleanor S. — see POLAND, J. Lloyd,
4 Feb 1940.
- SIPOLD, B.N. — see SAMPSELL, W.H., 27 Mar 1905.
- SIRBAUGH, Miss Emma — see SIRBAUGH, Miss Mary V.,
26 Apr 1905.
- SIRBAUGH, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph — see SIRBAUGH, Miss Mary V.,
26 Apr 1905.
- SIRBAUGH, James W. — see SIRBAUGH, Miss Mary V.,
26 Apr 1905.
- SIRBAUGH, Miss Mary V. and Miss Emma, sisters, were married in a
double wedding ceremony Monday evening at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph SIRBAUGH, near
Gerrardstown. Mary married Frank T. SCHOPPERT and Emma married James W. SIRBAUGH in a ceremony officiated
by Rev. R.A. WHITE, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Gerrardstown. Both couples will live in the
Gerrardstown area — ET 26 Apr 1905.
- SISLEY, Roy — see HESS, Raleigh, 15 Oct 1909.
- SITES, Mr. Briscoe of Martinsburg spent Thanksgiving in Libertytown, Maryland, with his friend, Robert
CURFMAN — FP 10 Dec 1925.
- SITES, E.M., E.L. HENSHAW, G.A. KERSHNER, J.O. HENSON, George F. WHITMORE and
Alex B. PARKS, all of Martinsburg, filed for incorporation on Friday of The Berkeley Aviation Club of
Martinsburg. The company will develop public and private airports in Berkeley County — CDM 31 Jan 1930.
- SITES, Edgar, Martinsburg, is on the convention program committee of the West
Virginia Kiwanis clubs, Gilbert C. McKOWN, Martinsburg, has been named chairman of the publicity committee
while Carroll R. MILLER, Martinsburg, will serve as a member of the same committee, and Wilson H.S. WHITE,
Shepherdstown, is on the state planning committee — CDM 29 Dec 1936.
- SITES, Edgar M. was elected president of the newly established credit bureau
for retail merchants in Martinsburg. There are 52 charter members. Others elected were Gilbert LOWENTHAL,
vice president, R.R. WHITACRE, secretary, and G.B. SLIFER, treasurer — CDM 20 Apr 1930.
- SITES, Edgar M. Jr. — see HICKS, Jean, 30 Oct 1939.
- SITES, Edgar M., Captain, Martinsburg, is one of the officers of the West Virginia state guard selected
to attend a training school at Fort Knox, Kentucky, for home guard personnel within the fifth service
command — CDM 10 Feb 1944.
- SITES, Jacob — see RUTHERFORD, H.H., 7 Aug 1904.
- SITES, Rev. W.A. and family have moved to their home in Martinsburg after living in Libertytown,
Maryland, for 5 years — NEWS 5 May 1925.
- SIX, Reno — see BRIGHTWELL, W.R., 30/31 May 1923.
- SKEDOS, Andrew H. — see HOLLIS, Mazie A.,
12 Feb 1909.
- SLANE, Miss Hattie of Martinsburg has been visiting in the Frederick, Maryland, area —
NEWS 11 Sep 1889.
- SLANE, Miss Hattie of Martinsburg is visiting Mr. Charles G. ORRISON at Rocky Springs, Maryland —
NEWS 2 Oct 1893.
- SLATER, C.H., Martinsburg, was one of the representatives attending the crushed stone companies conference
that met at the Daniel Boone hotel, Charleston, on Friday to hear reports covering the control of production
in West Virginia for that industry and the sand, gravel and slag industries — CDM 31 Aug 1934.
- SLIFER, G.B. — see SITES, Edgar M., 20 Apr 1930.
- SLIFER, G.M. — see KIRK, Mrs. J.R., 9 Jan 1934.
- SLIFER, Mrs. George B. — see OLAND,
Mrs. Catherine Doll, 29 Apr 1926.
- SLIFER, Mr. and Mrs. George B., Miss Nora Oland SLIFER, Mr.
and Mrs. W.R. SLIFER, Mr. George BRASHEARS, and Miss Charlotte LERCH, all of Martinsburg, were among the
three generations represented at the annual reunion of the KARN families held at Harpers’ Ferry last Sunday.
Approximately 65 descendants of Thomas KARN, Burkittsville, Maryland, were present. In addition to those
listed, attendees included W.C. KARN, Mrs. Maude KEFAUVER, and William KEFAUVER, all of Burkittsville;
Mrs. Howard KEFAUVER, Miss Irene KEFAUVER, Mr. and Mrs. G. Briscoe KARN, and Mrs. F.M. CRAMER, all of
Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. C. Earl NEIKIRK of Braddock Heights, Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. M.S. YOUNG, Misses
Ethel and Gladys YOUNG, and Mary SMITH, all of Jefferson, Maryland; Mrs. Charles B. KARN, Lewis KARN,
Miss Evohne KARN, Mr. and Mrs. Norman K. LONG, Mrs. Ray DEMPSEY, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. KARN, Mr. and Mrs.
J.E. YOURTEC and Lawrence and Harold YOURTEC, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar P. KARN and son, Carman P. KARN, all of
Brunswick, Maryland; Clarence B. KARN, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. STICKLEY and Miss Virginia STICKLEY, all of
Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Hannah MICKLEY of McKnightstown, Pennsylvania; Mr. and Mrs. L.V. CRIST and son
LeRoy CRIST, Mr. and Mrs. M.A. KARN, Mrs. H.M. KARN, Miss Katharine KARN, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. KARN and
LeRoy, Hubert, and Claude KARN, all of Hagerstown, Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. E.P. SLIFER and Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley CLOWER, all of Winchester, Virginia; Claude W. KARN of Cumberland, Maryland; and Miss Alice OLAND
of Frederick, Maryland — FP 29 Aug 1927.
- SLIFER, Miss Nora Oland — see SLIFER, Mr. and Mrs.
George B., 29 Aug 1927.
- SLIFER, William — see SMITH, Clyde E., 7 Jun 1938.
- SLIFER, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. — see SLIFER, Mr. and Mrs.
George B., 29 Aug 1927.
- SLINGLUFF, Helen, has returned to her home in Martinsburg after a visit at the home of Mrs. L.R. PAYNE,
Washington, D.C. — WP 12 Aug 1906.
- SLOAN, Daniel F. — see WALLACE, John, 22 Sep 1887.
- SLOAN, J.H.V. — see SNELL, Joseph, 1 Feb 1935.
- SLOAN, John N. 65, a retired railroad man, was struck and killed late Saturday
by an automobile that skidded up on the pavement where he was walking. Joseph Snell, 20, driver of the
vehicle, was held on a manslaughter charge; he told officers the skidding occurred when to attempted to
avoid striking a sledder — CDM 28 Jan 1935.
- SLOAN, Mrs. Nannie — see REED, Mrs. Ann,
27 Jan 1905.
- SLONAKER, Arlie — see BROOKS, Cecil, 6 Nov 1935.
- SLONAKER, Spencer, 65, an orchardist, was killed when the car in which he and his son were in skidded on
the icy highway and crashed into a telephone pole. They were enroute home in their automobile, which was
loaded with Christmas gifts they purchased. SLONAKER's on was lacerated about the head, but not seriously
— CDM 26 Dec 1930.
- SLYRE, Miss Cora and her mother of Martinsburg visited Isaac N. MERCHANT, Knoxville, Maryland –—
WN 6 Mar 1884.
- SMALI, Paul — see FIRSTOE, Louis, 20 Jan 1933.
- SMALL, Edward of Martinsburg was visiting friends in Frederick, Maryland, this weekend. Mr. SMALL is a
former resident of Frederick — EP 29 Jan 1912.
- SMALL, Garnett, Martinsburg, is the Berkeley County road supervisor — CDM 30 Jul 1933.
- SMALL, Garnett H. — see WHITACRE, C.T., 10 Apr 1941.
- SMALL, Harry J. — see SMALL, J.H., 16 May 1913.
- SMALL, J.H., 69, a native of Berkeley County and a Confederate veteran, died the
evening of May 14 at the home of his son, Harry J. SMALL, at Woodmont, Maryland. Mr. SMALL was a farmer in
Berkeley County for many years — WP 16 May 1913.
- SMALL, James Luther, 64, died yesterday in a Martinsburg hospital of a skull fracture suffered when he
was hit by a piece of an emery wheel Tuesday while working at his farm. Surviving are his widow and eight
children — CDM 21 May 1942.
- SMALL, John, 21, of Martinsburg had a horrible accident yesterday afternoon which will probably result
in his death, according to reports. He was shoveling sawdust from the pit of William CRISWELL’s saw mill in
Martinsburg and when he raised up, his head was caught by the saw. The injuries were extremely severe
— ET 5 May 1894.
- SMALL, Mason, 24, was one of two men killed as a result of an automobile
collision 10 miles south of Martinsburg. The highway was somewhat slippery because of a light snow. SMALL
was driving toward Winchester, Virginia, and Harry STEVENS, 40, was driving toward Martinsburg when the
accident occurred. STEVENS died while being brought to the hospital. Two others in STEVENS' car, Robert
MILLER and Lester HESS, were injured. All were/are residents of Martinsburg — CDM 20 Jan 1931.
- SMALL, Samuel C. — see TINTON, Miss Florence, 10 Jul 1910.
- SMALL, Wendell, a prominent contractor and builder of Martinsburg for 35 years and a native of Berkeley
County, died in Martinsburg May 13 of heart disease. He was 67. He is survived by his five children. He was
a Mason of high rank and a prominent member of the Lutheran Church — 15 May 1910.
- SMALLWOOD, Albert A., railroad labor leader and Democratic mayoral
candidate, defeated his Republican opponent, incumbent Dr. H.G. TONKIN, by a majority of 732, "the largest
even given a candidate for mayor in this city." The Republicans maintained control of the city council,
three of the give being GOP candidates — WP 14 May 1924.
- SMALLWOOD, Albert A., Martinsburg, has been granted a patent for a freight car hand brake —
CDM 1 Feb 1933.
- SMALLWOOD, Earl — see SMALLWOOD, Mr. and Mrs.
Shipley, 25 May 1926.
- SMALLWOOD, Nathaniel, Martinsburg policeman, has been credited with saving the life of a 13-year-old boy
who tried to commit suicide while being held for having overstayed leave from an industrial school in a
nearby state. SMALLWOOD found the boy hanging from a projection, applied first aid and revived the boy
— CDM 8 Sep 1944.
- SMALLWOOD, Mr. and Mrs. Shipley, Earl SMALLWOOD, Mrs. SARGENT,
and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce SWISHER, all of Martinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. James SMALLWOOD, Biglerville,
Pennsylvania, on Sunday — GT 25 May 1926.
- SMALTZ, Adam H. — see SMALTZ, Mrs. Hattie, 1 Mar 1910.
- SMALTZ, Mrs. Hattie, 70, the wife of Capt. Adam H. SMALTZ, died at her
home in Hedgesville, Berkeley County on February 28. She was a daughter of the late John FLEMING of
Rockingham County, Virginia. Surviving are her husband and seven children — WP 1 Mar 1910.
- SMITH, A.H. — see WELLEN, Louis Fenton,
24 Jul 1926.
- SMITH, Annie C. — see NOLL, Allen B., 22 Oct 1930 /
11 Dec 1930 / 10 Jun 1931.
- SMITH, Bessie — see CLEMMONS, George G.,
25 Jan 1906.
- SMITH, Bessie C., Martinsburg, and J.R. McBEE, Brunswick, Maryland, were
issued a marriage license — NEWS 28 Dec 1899.
- SMITH, Miss Brent of Martinsburg is visiting her uncle, Dr. G. SMITH of Sharpsburg — 5 May 1892.
- SMITH, Miss Brent of Martinsburg returned to her home today after spending some time with her uncle, Mr.
G.F. SMITH of Sharpsburg — HTL 7 Sep 1893.
- SMITH, Mrs. Caze of Sharpsburg, Maryland, was notified by telegram this
morning of the death of her husband at Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Other survivors include sons Louis and
Victor at home, and Harry SMITH of Martinsburg, and two brothers, E.F. SMITH, druggist of Sharpsburg, and
Joseph SMITH, Martinsburg. Mr. SMITH Will be buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Sharpsburg — HTL
4 Jul 1895.
- SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. — see HELM, Ruth,
11 Oct 1913.
- SMITH, Mrs. Charles G. — see BOWERS, John A.,
3 Apr 1913.
- SMITH, Charles H. — see PARKER, Anna P.,
9 Aug 1905.
- SMITH, Claude E. was issued a notary commission Saturday by the secretary of state — CDM
10 Mar 1940.
- SMITH, Clyde E. — see LIVERS, Leo A., 21 Nov 1927.
- SMITH, Clyde E., conductor of an 11-piece orchestra comprised of graduates or
students of panhandle high schools, accompanied a delegation of about 70 prominent citizens who have been on
tour and spent three hours Wednesday at Charleston where they were entertained at a joint Kiwanis and Lions
club luncheon and completed a tour of the capitol building. They arrived there from Buckhannon and will
depart for Huntington where they will spend the night at the Governor Cabell hotel. Other orchestra members
include Norman MAGRUDER, Philip KNAGGS, Burkhart KRAUSE, Charles ARBAUGH, John BYRD, Eugene RICE, Edward
POWERS, Sidney LURIN, Charles SNAPP and Kenneth STERYOUS. The complete roster of the tour includes Dudley
HARLEY, H.S. WOOD, Robert W. STEWART, David TALBOTT, John L. LIGHTNER, Richard GREENLAND, Aubrey McDANIEL,
Clyde E. SMITH Sr., Edward SIGLER, W.N. DUNN, Russell J. BERGEN, Robert BROWN, Robert L. CRISWELL, J.T. HESS
Jr., K. Brent JOHNSON, Ernest WELLER, Herbert MILLER, J.W. THOMAS, William JOHNSON, Robert THORNBURG, Lee
DAVIS, Butler McDONALD, G. William ROPP, A.F. KOGELSCHATZ, Gilbert C. McKOWN, Fred R. WAGNER, Garland
JOHNSON, Bruce BRANNER, N.B. DAVIS, Jack HARDY, Ira E. KYLER Jr., J.M. SELLERS, Dan J. HEISTON, William
SLIFER, Raymond HERRELL, Bonn A. POLAND, Ralph BURKHART, Allen R. EMMERT, J.R. POLAND, Dr. A.B. EAGLE, John
Ward BROWN, James PATTERSON, J. William CAGE, J.F. BUTLER, Mark GROVE, L.D. GERHARDT, all of Martinsburg;
S.B. HENDRICKS, E. Lee GOLDSBOROUGH, J.C.B. McLAUGHLIN, Luther THOMPSON, Henry GOLDSBOROUGH, all of
Shepherdstown; J. Burns HUYETT and T.W. LOWRY, both of Charles Town; G.D. HILL Sr., G.D. HILL Jr., Harry
CHAMBERS, and C.H. HOFFMAN, all of Millville; and Hudson YOST Jr., James S. BUZZARD, Charles R. NEWBRAUGH,
Paul V. YOST, Henry W. MILLER Jr. and James A. DONNELLY, all of Berkeley Springs — CDM 7 Jun 1938.
- SMITH, Clyde E. Sr. — see SMITH, Clyde E., 7 Jun 1938.
- SMITH, Mrs. Don, Martinsburg, is visiting relatives in Clendenin, West Virginia — CDM 17 Jan 1930.
- SMITH, David — see LINTON, David, 27 Jun 1933.
- SMITH, E.C., Martinsburg was part of the special commission attending the Junior Order of United
American Mechanics this past week in Washington, D.C. — WP 12 Aug 1917.
- SMITH, Granville — see AILES,
John Cornwell, Lieutenant, 9 Jun 1942.
- SMITH, H.F. lectured during the B&O railroad three-day campaign of agricultural education conducted
through the cooperation of the Department of Agriculture at Richmond, Virginia, for the benefit of the
farming communities of the Shenandoah Valley at Lexington, Virginia. The campaign concluded with a night
meeting held on the cars at the union station — FD 19 March 1911.
- SMITH, Harry of Martinsburg and Harry P. MILLER of Millersville State Normal School were in Hagerstown,
Maryland during the holidays — HTL 31 Dec 1891.
- SMITH, Harry of Martinsburg, on his return trip from the World's Fair, is in Sharpsburg visiting his
mother — HTL 24 Aug 1893.
- SMITH, Harry — see SMITH, Mrs. Caze, 4 Jul 1895.
- SMITH, Harry, 77, dean of eastern panhandle photographers, died at his Martinsburg home yesterday.
Active in the Masons, Mr. SMITH retired in 1938 after 37 years in the photographic business — CDM
28 Oct 1943.
- SMITH, Harry S., Martinsburg, was one of the aides to the marshal in the 4th
of July parade at Hagerstown, Maryland. Others included the Martinsburg Bicycle Club, in addition to SMITH,
were Antony L. MARTIN, captain; Elmer SWOPE, Henry FRITZ, and Cal. MYERS, all of Martinsburg. Mr. W.W. BAKER
of Winchester rode with the Martinsburg club — HTL 8 Jul 1886.
- SMITH, Herbert L. — see SMITH, John William, 31 Mar 1943.
- SMITH, Howard, 29, Martinsburg, was found unconscious along a state highway
south of the city late Sunday night and is in a hospital today with a fractured skull and minimal chance
for recovery. State police tentatively believe him to be a victim of a hit-and-run motorist, but said they
had no leads in their investigation. Mr. SMITH, a machinist, had been visiting friends not far from where
he was injured — CDM 30 Jan 1934.
- SMITH, Howard, 29, Martinsburg, and Edward KELLY, 83, of Morgan county, both died during the night at
the area hospital, both victims of hit-and-run motorists. SMITH was found unconscious along a state highway
south of Martinsburg and KELLY was struck near his home at John’s Run on Sunday afternoon. Morgan county
police said they had evidence that could identify the driver of the auto which hit KELLY, but Berkeley
county police had no leads on the driver who his Mr. SMITH — CDM 30 Jan 1934.
- SMITH, Mrs. Ida — see CLEMMONS, George G.,
25 Jan 1906.
- SMITH, James H., Martinsburg, had as his visitors for the past week his cousin and wife of the Gettysburg
area, Mr. and Mrs. J. Carna SMITH. They returned home Monday after spending a week here — GC
24 Nov 1909.
- SMITH, Jennie — see HARRIS, John, 19 Sep 1904.
- SMITH, Jennie E. — see STRIBLING, Miss Mary, 7 Oct 1910.
- SMITH, Mrs. John W., Martinsburg, was admitted as a patient to the Warner Hospital, Gettysburg —
22 Nov 1927.
- SMITH, John W. — see SPEROW, Charles E., 10 Dec 1930.
- SMITH, John W. — see MYERS, B.D., 23 Apr 1941.
- SMITH, John William, 66, owner/operator of a restaurant in Arlington,
Virginia, and the father of Herbert L. SMITH of Hedgesville, died Tuesday at home. He was a 32nd degree
Mason and a Shriner. Survivors, in addition to his son, are his wife, Mrs. Maud SMITH; and four brothers,
Claude N. SMITH, Spencer, West Virginia, Albert E. SMITH of Humbolt, Kansas, Earl R. SMITH of Chanute,
Kansas, and Clarence H. SMITH of Tulsa, Oklahoma — CDM 31 Mar 1943.
- SMITH, Joseph — see SMITH, Mrs. Caze, 4 Jul 1895.
- SMITH, Mrs. Joshua — see ENTLER, Mrs. Eliza
J., 10 Mar 1896.
- SMITH, Josiah W. — see CUSTER, Benjamin F.,
3 Mar 1911.
- SMITH, Katharine V. — see OUTCAULT, William E.,
21 Jun 1913.
- SMITH, Kinney — see McSHERRY, Mrs. V.F.,
21 Sep 1906.
- SMITH, L.H. — see THOMPSON, Harry Smith, 4 Nov 1913.
- SMITH, L.H. — see GARDINER, Mrs. Mabel,
16 Sep 1925.
- SMITH, Laura V. — see GRIMM, J.H., 30 Oct 1890.
- SMITH, Mrs. Margaret — see HORN, George W.,
7 May 1930.
- SMITH, Mildred — see SMITH, William W., 11 Dec 1926.
- SMITH, Misses — see BOWERS, Samuel, 31 Jul 1904.
- SPELLMAN, F. — see BOWERS, Samuel, 31 Jul 1904.
- SMITH, Mr. (no first name) — see LANTZ, Mr.,
16 Oct 1878 / 18 Jun 1879.
- SMITH, Mrs. P.G. — see OUTCALT, Mr. and Mrs.,
29 May 1910.
- SMITH, Mrs. Ruth Robinson, 50, former beautician who operated the
Palace and Dixie Beauty Parlors on Capitol Street in Charleston, died Saturday at the home of her daughter
Mrs. Zelda CHILTON, a teacher at Martinsburg, after an 18-month illness. Other survivors include her husband,
Henry; her son, Eugene ROBINSON of Baltimore; and her mother, Mrs. Sallie BANKS of Charleston. The funeral
will be Wednesday with burial in Spring Hill, West Virginia — CDM 19/20 Jan 1942.
- SMITH, Mrs. William — see GRANT, Mrs. J.O.,
29 Feb 1924.
- SMITH, William W. — see EVANS, Miss Carrie
M., 7 Jul 1905.
- SMITH, William W., 46, father of Miss Mildred SMITH of Martinsburg and
flagman for the B&O Railroad, was killed Sunday in a railroad accident at Linaburg, West Virginia.
Funeral services were Thursday from his home in Cumberland, Maryland, with the Rev. W.F. MILLER, pastor of
Grace Methodist Church officiating. Members of Lodge No. 362, Martinsburg, Brotherhood of Trainmen, the
Knights of Pythias, both organizations of which Mr. SMITH was a member, took part in the services. Burial
was in Rose Hill Cemetery (no state was mentioned, but it is presumed to be Maryland). He is survived by
his wife and five children (none listed except Miss SMITH of Martinsburg); his mother, Mrs. Sarah L. SMITH
of Frederick, Maryland; seven brothers, Clarence M. SMITH, Calvin H. SMITH, Harry L. SMITH, John M. SMITH,
David C. SMITH, Allen B. SMITH, and Lawrence M. SMITH; and a sister, Mrs. James PETTICORD. His father was
William H. SMITH, who died several years ago at his home in Frederick, Maryland — FP 11 Dec 1926.
- SNAPP, Charles — see SMITH, Clyde E., 7 Jun 1938.
- SNAPP, Joe, Martinsburg, and James W. ZEPP, Williamsport, Maryland, were detained by state police in
Martinsburg for questioning in connection with the death of Harry E. WILSON, 49, of Martinsburg, who was
found dying in the road near the bridge over the Potomac early yesterday. He died before medical attention
could reach him. SNAPP and ZEPP were with WILSON in Williamsport not long before the death was reported. An
autopsy said death was due to concussions, but the coroner’s jury has not made a finding. WILSON, a produce
salesman, moved to Martinsburg 10 years ago from Mt. Airy, Maryland and his body was returned there today
for burial — CDM 2 Oct 1933.
- SNAPP, Joseph of Martinsburg and James W. ZEPP, Williamsport, Maryland, who had been taken into custody
for questioning in the death of Harry E. WILSON, 49, of Martinsburg, were released when authorities today
began the search for a Virginia car and its driver for a solution to the death of Mr. WILSON. Officers said
they learned the car had crossed the bridge just before the time they concluded WILSON must have been
injured. WILSON had been visiting ZEPP in Williamsport a few hours before the body was found and it was
thought SNAPP and ZEPP may have been with WILSON on the highway near the bridge over the Potomac river at
Williamsport, Maryland, early Sunday morning, where the body was found — CDM 3 Oct 1933.
- SNAPP, Raymond Cecil M. of Martinsburg and Miss Marion Louisa BLACK,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. BLACK, Aspers, Pennsylvania, were married at noon on Easter Sunday at the home
of the bride. Mr. SNAPP has been employed in the Wiest and Wiest store at Aspers, but in May he and his wife
will make their home in Martinsburg where he will go into business — GC 2 Apr 1921.
- SNAPP, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond have returned to their home near Martinsburg after a week’s visit at the
home of Mrs. SNAPP’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis BLACK, Aspers, Pennsylvania — GT 2 Jul 1921.
- SNAPP, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, their son, Junior, and daughter, Miss Dorothy, of Martinsburg, are spending
the holidays with Mrs. SNAPP’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis BLACK of Bendersville, Pennsylvania —
GT 31 Dec 1929.
- SNARR, Miss Ruth of Martinsburg is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John SNARR,
Frederick, Maryland — FP 24 Jun 1913.
- SNEAD, Mr. and Mrs. D.C. and daughter Jean of Spencer, West Virginia, left Wednesday for Martinsburg
where they will make their new home. Mr. SNEAD has accepted the position as head of the commercial
department at Martinsburg high school, after having been the head of the same department at Spencer high
school for the past eight years — CDM 6 Sep 1936.
- SNELL, Joseph — see SLOAN, John N., 28 Jan 1935.
- SNELL, Joseph waived a preliminary hearing when arraigned on a manslaughter
charge and was ordered held under $500 bond for the February grand jury on the charge of fatally injuring
J.H.V. SLOAN, a pedestrian, in Martinsburg on Saturday. He and posted bail and told officers he was trying
to avoid hitting a sled rider when his car skidded — CDM 1 Feb 1935.
- SNIDER, Mrs. Virginia — see KILMER, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward, 28 Aug 1940.
- SNODGRASS, Mrs. Arabella, 85, distraught over the mysterious
disappearance of her granddaughter, Miss Dorcas I. SNODGRASS, and unable to “rally from the shock of finding
of the girl’s body in a creek near Catskill, New York,” died in the Martinsburg hospital where she was taken
a week ago for treatment — EP 5 Aug 1912.
- SNODGRASS, Mrs. D. — see EMMERT, Frank
and family, 11 Jul 1895.
- SNODGRASS, Miss Dorcas I. — see SNODGRASS, Mrs. Arabella,
5 Aug 1912.
- SNODGRASS, J.B. — see COFFINBERGER,
Nicholas, 10 Apr 1868.
- SNODGRASS, John B.'s heirs closed a deal with the Martinsburg Lodge of Elks "whereby the lodge secures
possession of the home of the physician in the heart of Martinsburg for its headquarters" — WP
11 Dec 1909.
- SNODGRASS, Mrs. Lottie, Rt. 2, Charles Town, has been notified by the
Army that her son Pfc. Randall J. SNODGRASS has been wounded in action in the Pacific Region; and Mrs.
Mary RODERICK, Martinsburg, was notified by the Army that her son Private Robert F. RODERICK is being held
a prisoner by Germany — CDM 29 Mar 1945.
- SNODGRASS, Mrs. M.A., Martinsburg, was nominated historian for the West Virginia division, Daughters of
the American Revolution at the twenty-sixth annual state meeting in Martinsburg today — CDM
14 Oct 1931.
- SNODGRASS, Mrs. M.A. (Sue) — see STRIBLING, Charles R.,
9 Jan 1939.
- SNODGRASS, Mrs. M.A. — see STRIBLING, Cornelius
Kunchiloe, 14 Sep 1944.
- SNODGRASS, Magnus A., 81, dean of druggists in West Virginia and a native of Berkeley county, died at
his home in Martinsburg yesterday after a brief illness. He had been retired for about a year —
CDM 6 Apr 1934.
- SNODGRASS, Randall J., Pfc. – see SNODGRASS, Mrs. Lottie,
29 Mar 1945.
- SNODGRASS, Robert L. — see VAN RENSSELAER,
Elizabeth, 24 Feb 1909.
- SNODGRASS, Robert Lee, 76, dean of Martinsburg druggists and a veteran bank executive, died after a
brief illness. He was a director and vice president of the Peoples Trust Company and had been a pharmacist
for 55 years. Funeral services will be tomorrow — CDM 29 May 1940.
- SNODGRASS, Stephen R. — see PAULDING, John T.,
26 May 1908.
- SNODGRASS, Mrs. Stephen R. — see FAULKNER,
Senator Charles, 1 Jul 1910.
- SNODGRASS, Stephen Rawlings — see FAULKNER,
Miss Sally, 4 Sep 1907.
- SNODGRASS, Stephen Rawlings — see FAULKNER,
Miss Sally Winn, 23 Oct 1907.
- SNODGRASS, Mrs. Sue — see ROBBINS, Mrs.
Frances W., 5 Feb 1932.
- SNODGRASS, Sue — see JOHNSON, Vernon E.,
30 Apr 1934.
- SNODGRASS, W.R., CV railroad passenger conductor, is at his home in Martinsburg this week. In an effort
to give all employees an opportunity to make wages, the railroad has taken off one train and adopted a
schedule of laying off each crew one week in seven — HTL 14 Dec 1893.
- SNODGRASS, W.T., a conductor on the Cumberland Valley Railroad, died Monday evening at his home in
Martinsburg — HTL 4 May 1886.
- SNOOK, Susan — see SPILLMAN, Frederick, 28 Dec 1905.
- SNOW, Lillie — see ATKINS, John Franklin,
27/29 Aug 1928.
- SNYDER, Anna Louise — see WYSONG, Miss, 14 Sep 1893.
- SNYDER, Mrs. Clara, Hedgesville, had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. MOORE of Fairfield,
Pennsylvania — GT 4 Aug 1937.
- SNYDER, D.W. Jr. of Martinsburg was admitted to practice in the court — WP 12 Sep 1905.
- SNYDER, Daniel Webster, 75, a prominent farmer of Berkeley County for
30 years, died at his home in Martinsburg October 12. He had been active in Republican politics in the
county for many years and is survived by his wife and two sons, Attorney Daniel W. SNYDER Jr. and E.E.
SNYDER, both of Martinsburg — WP 14 Oct 1914.
- SNYDER, Daniel W. Jr. — see SNYDER, Daniel Webster,
14 Oct 1914.
- SNYDER, E.E. - see SNYDER, Daniel Webster, 14 Oct 1914.
- SNYDER, H.E., Martinsburg, was elected grand marshall at the West Virginia Royal Arch Masons 71st annual
convention — CDM 15 Oct 1941.
- SNYDER, H.L. — see WYSONG, Miss, 14 Sep 1893.
- SNYDER, Harry L., editor of the Shepherdstown Register-Democrat, called on Gov. MORGAN this
morning — CDM 18 Oct 1922.
- SNYDER, Mrs. Harry S., Martinsburg, is a member of the state parole board — CDM 8 Mar 1931.
- SNYDER, Miss Ida and Otis JOHNSON, both of Martinsburg, were married May 28
at the First Christian parsonage in Hagerstown by the Rev. George B. TOWNSEND — WP 29 May 1910.
- SNYDER, James — see EVANS, Hon. George F.,
25 Sep 1894.
- SNYDER, John Mrs. of Martinsburg, who has been in Hagerstown, Maryland, for rheumatism treatment,
returned home, accompanied by her sister, Miss Nannie SMITH — HTL 8 Dec 1892.
- SNYDER, John B. — see SNYDER, Leslie, 16 Apr 1908.
- SNYDER, Joseph L. — see DAILEY, Chris H.,
2 Jul 1932.
- SNYDER, Leslie, the 13-year-old son of John B. SNYDER of Hagerstown, Maryland,
has disappeared and Detective T.A. BLAKE of Martinsburg has gone to Hagerstown to investigate. The elder
SNYDER, who was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for sheriff last fall, was in Martinsburg for
several weeks on business. William CARL took SNYDER's son to Martinsburg to see his father who could not be
found at the time. Young SNYDER was left in the post office for two hours while CARL ran an errand, but when
he returned the boy was gone and no trace has been found of him. CARL was taken into custody yesterday but
was released when he promised to start a search for the lost boy. SNYDER believes his son fell from a railroad
train, was killed, and his body is hidden — WP 16 Apr 1908.
- SNYDER, Miss Lou of Hedgesville is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. P.L. HEDDING, Paw Paw, West Virginia
— ET 15 Jun 1909.
- SNYDER, Oscar, Martinsburg, received a master of arts degree from Ohio State University —
CDM 10 Sep 1939.
- SNYDER, Oscar L., Martinsburg, is the grand master of the second veil, Ancient Free and Acceptance
Masons meeting — CDM 13 Oct 1943.
- SNYDER, Roland — see SHIRLEY, Wade, 13 Feb 1936.
- SNYDER, William D., 21, and Mary B. MILLER, 18, both of Martinsburg, were
issued a marriage license in Frederick, Maryland — FP 27 Oct 1928.
- SNYDER, Mrs. William B., Shepherdstown, “West Virginia Club Woman”
editor, and Mrs. George SPONSELLER, Martinsburg, chairman of the board of trustees of the scholarship fund
of the West Virginia Federation of Woman’s Clubs were out-of-town board members attending an informal party
given by Mrs. McALPIN and Mrs. C.R. MORGAN, chairman of the legislation at Mrs. ALPIN’s home in Charleston
during the mid-year board session. The theme of the session will be the continued combating of juvenile
delinquency — CDM 21 January 1944.
- SOLENBERGER, C.F., Martinsburg, is a member of a group of seniors and graduates of the chemical
engineering school of West Virginia University who were completing a two-day inspection of chemical and
manufacturing plants in the Charleston area — CDM 15 Apr 1930.
- SOLENBERGER, Charles Frederick — see PAUGH,
Herbert Joseph, 30 Apr 1930.
- SOLENBERGER, Charles Frederick, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
M. SOLENBERGER of Martinsburg, and Miss Harriett SHEPHERD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. SHEPHERD of
Morgantown, plan to be married. Their engagement was announced at a tea given by Mrs. SHEPHERD and Miss
Nelle SHEPHERD at their home on Hobson Street in Morgantown. Miss SHEPHERD, who is a teacher of music in the
Morgantown schools, is a graduate of West Virginia University where she is a member of Alpha Phi social
sorority and Chi Delta Phi, honorary sorority. Mr. SOLENBERGER, formerly of Winchester, Virginia, graduated
from the school of chemical engineering, West Virginia University and is connected with a chemical company
in Charleston. He is a member of the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, Sphinx honorary senior organization and
other campus groups — CDM 28 May 1931. The marriage took place Tuesday morning at the First
Presbyterian Church in Morgantown, West Virginia; the ceremony, which was attended only by the immediate
families of the bride and groom, was performed by Dr. William E. BROOKS, pastor of the church. The bride’s
attendant was her sister, Miss Nelle SHEPHERD, and the groom’s best man was Thomas SOLENBERGER, the groom’s
brother. After the ceremony, the members of the bridal party attended a wedding breakfast at the Morgan hotel.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. SOLENBERGER, Miss Mildred SOLENBERGER, Miss Ruth SOLENBERGER,
Thomas SOLENBERGER, Elbert SOLENBERGER, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. SHEPHERD, Dr. BROOKS, Miss Harriet WILLIAMS,
Miss Nelle SHEPHERD, Miss Joanne SHEPHERD and John SHEPHERD — CDM 17 Jun 1931.
- SOLENBERGER, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. — see SOLENBERGER,
Charles Frederick, 28 May 1931/17 Jun 1931.
- SOLENBERGER, Elbert — see SOLENBERGER, Charles
Frederick, 28 May 1931/17 Jun 1931.
- SOLENBERGER, Mildred — see SOLENBERGER, Charles
Frederick, 28 May 1931/17 Jun 1931.
- SOLENBERGER, Ruth — see SOLENBERGER, Charles
Frederick, 28 May 1931/17 Jun 1931.
- SOLENBERGER, Thomas — see SOLENBERGER, Charles
Frederick, 28 May 1931/17 Jun 1931.
- SOLENBERGER, Thomas — see SCHAEFFER, William Mcd.,
18 Feb 1938.
- SOLENBERGER, Thomas M., Box 736, Martinsburg, has been issued a notary commission — CDM
28 Apr 1940.
- SOLOMONS, Mr. Nat E., Martinsburg, is staying at the Hotel Lincoln in Washington, D.C. — WP
11 Jun 1914.
- SOLT, Rev. and Mrs. J. Earl — see TAYLOR,
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, 1 Mar 1926.
- SOMERVILLE, Martinsburg, is a visitor in Charleston — CDM 27 Jan 1931.
- SOMERVILLE, John F., and H.F.T. HENSHAW, both of Martinsburg, are
visiting in Charleston — CDM 21 Apr 1930.
- SOMMERS, George P., a conductor on the B&O railroad, was arrested yesterday and charged with
carrying Charles FLINDER free of charge from Baltimore, Maryland, to Martinsburg. He was accused of
violating an act of Congress and was released on $1,000 bail for a hearing before U.S. Commissioner ROGERS
at Baltimore. The warrant was sworn out by Charles H. POUMMARRAT, auditor of the passenger receipts of the
B&O railroad, and follows closely "the arrest of William T. FREDERICK and Hugh C. PIERCE, also conductors
who were arrested on the charge of carrying the same man on their trains without charge for transportation.
In each case the conductors deny all knowledge of knowing any man by the name of FLINDER and say they are
innocent of the accusations preferred against them" — WP 6 Aug 1908.
- SONNER, Edward – see FULK, A.R., 16 Sep 1925.
- SOUDERS, Carrie and Charles J. PIERSON were married in Martinsburg last
Tuesday; when the event was published, PIERSON was arrested on the charge of bigamy. Prosecuting Attorney
U.S. PITZER had the case continued until Friday afternoon so the officials at Fresno, California, could
be wired and information could be obtained as to whether PIERSON had secured a divorce at that place from
his first wife. By the time for trial, no reply had been received from the telegram sent to Fresno. The
state placed Mr. SANDERS, father of the girl, on the stand, who stated he was satisfied the marriage was
legal and asked if he could withdraw his complaint. PIERSON was questioned closely by the prosecuting
attorney and answered all the questions asked of him. He also produced a receipt for $26, money paid to
his attorney for the divorce. The state then asked that the case be dismissed; Magistrate P.H. HARRISON
granted that request and the couple left. Late in the evening a telegram was received which stated the
decree of divorce in the case of Charles J. PEARSON vs. Carrie L. PIERSON was on file at Fresno. Note:
spellings are as they were in the newspaper and it is not known if PIERSON's first wife was also named
Carrie or this is a typographical error — HTL 6 Jul 1893.
- SOUDERS, Mary C. — see PIFER, George H.,
31 Jul 1904.
- SOUTHERN, William H. — see PLOTNER, Miss
Bessie, 21 Jun 1910.
- SOWERS, George W. — see GRANT, Mrs. J.O.,
29 Feb 1924.
- SOWERS, Mrs. J.F. — see McKENNRICK,
Miss Mary Elizabeth, 8 Dec 1923.
- SOWERS, Mrs. Olivia Pierce — see GRANT, Mrs. J.O.,
29 Feb 1924.
- SOWERS, Robert F. — see GRANT, Mrs. J.O.,
29 Feb 1924.
- SOWERS, Robert Franklin, local representative of the Standard Oil
Company, and Miss Daisy Virginia BURKHART of Martinsburg "slipped over to Rockville, Maryland, on Saturday
and were quietly married by the Rev. Samuel R. WHITE. Mr. and Mrs. SOWERS arrived in Alexandria yesterday —
21 Sep 1915.
- SPALDING, C.J. of Martinsburg is visiting relatives in the Gettysburg area — GT 19 Dec 1929.
- SPALDING, Charles of Martinsburg attended the funeral on Wednesday afternoon at the home of his sister,
Mrs. John ELINE, Littlestown, Pennsylvania, for their mother, Mrs. Jane SPALDING, who lived in Gettysburg
prior to moving to Littlestown. Mrs. SPALDING’s other surviving children are Harry SPALDING, Howard SPALDING,
also Littlestown; William SPALDING, Gettysburg; Mrs. Carrie OASTER, Philadelphia; and Mrs. James DOLL,
Frederick, Pennsylvania. She is also survived by a brother, James BANKERT of Gettysburg and a sister, Mrs.
Mert MURREN of Reading, Pennsylvania — ACN 28 Apr 1911.
- SPANG, Hon. George H., a member of the Blair County bar and ex-legislator, died of paralysis at his
country home near Martinsburg “last Thursday a week.” He was an 1852 graduate of Pennsylvania College —
GC 29 Jun 1897.
- SPANGLER, Mrs. Amelia, widow of Emanuel SPANGLER, died suddenly in Harpers Ferry — WP 23 Dec 1906.
- SPARROW, Thomas Wing — see NORTH, Mary Louise,
28 Jun 1906.
- SPAULDING, Alva, 42, a mill worker, returned home early Friday and found his
wife Esta, 36, dead in the cellar. While he was trying to drag her body from the gas-filled room he was
overcome by the fumes and fell, his head striking the stone floor. The couple weren’t found until Saturday
evening when the child of a neighbor looked into the cellar, where a gas line had been opened in a suicide
attempt by Mrs. SPAULDING. Policeman Thomas GROVE was overcome in attempting to remove the bodies and was
taken to a hospital. Separate funeral services were held yesterday. Mr. SPAULDING was buried in Martinsburg,
while Mrs. SPAULDING in Hampshire county. She is survived by her mother, three brothers and three sisters,
and he by his parents, five brothers and three sisters — CDM 30 Apr 1935.
- SPAULDING, Esta — see SPAULDING, Alva, 30 Apr 1935.
- SPAULDING, Guy L., 28, Martinsburg, died at a local hospital last night from a self-inflicted gunshot to
the lung. Coroner Guy L. TONKIN ruled the shooting, which occurred at the man’s home in that city, a suicide.
His family could offer no explanations for his actions — CDM 19 Jan 1938.
- SPEARS, Mrs. Katherine – see GALLION, John W.,
27 Oct 1933.
- SPECK, Calvin M. — see WELSHANS, Sarah S.,
25 Aug 1905.
- SPECKS, Pauline — see WELSHANS, Sarah S.,
25 Aug 1905.
- SPEER, Anita Buchanan — see JOHNSON, Vernon E.,
30 Apr 1934.
- SPEER, Mrs. Hamilton — see EAGLE, Mrs. A.
Bruce, 13 Oct 1932.
- SPEIGHT, George E. — see STEIGHT, George E., 22/23 Jun 1924.
- SPENCER, Jennie — see FRIDINGER, Christian L., 30 Aug 1906.
- SPEROW, B.F. of Hedgesville was awarded a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and received
the J.W. Wiles prize in oratory from the West Virginia University — BDT 18 Jun 1904.
- SPEROW, Charles E., W.H. SEIBERT, J.L. McINTIRE, John W. SMITH, and Minnie
F. THATCHER, all of Martinsburg, were the incorporators of the Community Union of Martinsburg, which was
capitalized for 500 shares of no par value and whose purpose it will be to maintain a society for the
advancement of education and promote social activities — CDM 10 Dec 1930.
- SPEROW, Clifford, Dr. - see SPEROW, Mrs. Eliza T., 18 May 1923.
- SPEROW, Mrs. Eliza T., 48, wife of Dr. Clifford SPEROW of Martinsburg,
died May 16 at her apartments at the University of Virginia. A native of Albemarle County, Virginia, she was
the daughter of Capt. Charles WOOD, of Ivy — WP 18 May 1923.
- SPEROW, Fred Trump and Louis B. FRIEDMAN, both of Martinsburg, graduated
from West Virginia University, both with bachelor of science degrees — CDM 10 Jun 1935.
- SPEROW, Mrs. Margaret Virginia, 94, believed to be Berkeley
County’s oldest native resident, died at the home of a stepdaughter, Mrs. Mamie GANTT, on Tuesday following
a 5-week illness. Funeral services will be tomorrow; burial will be in Martinsburg — CDM 30 May 1935.
- SPEROW, Peter S., 90, a member of a pioneer Berkeley county family and a charter stockholder in the
Citizens National bank when it was formed in 1892 and 40 years as its director, died in Martinsburg. He is
survived by his widow and two stepchildren — CDM 13 Aug 1937.
- SPERROW, George Henry, farmer of near Bedington, Berkeley County, suffered partial loss of sight when a
cow’s horn struck him in the eye. He said the animal lifted her head as he stooped to release her from a
stanchion — CDM 20 Jan 1938.
- SPERROW, George O., 78, a member of a prominent Berkeley County family, died March 25 at his home near
Bedington. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church where he was an elder for many years and is survived
by three children, 18 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren — WP 26 Mar 1910.
- SPIKER, C.W. — see DAILEY, Chris H.,
13 Jun 1934.
- SPIKER, C.W. — see ETRIS, Mary, 21 Jan 1941.
- SPIKER, Homer C., 30, and Stelia C. HINTON, 24, both of Martinsburg, were
issued a marriage license in Frederick, Maryland — 5 Jan 1928.
- SPILL, Mrs. Frederick Peyton was named president of the Martinsburg,
West Virginia Travel Club at its annual election. Other officers were Mrs. Ward McLANAHAN, vice president;
Mrs. Frank THOMAS, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Walter O. COOVER, corresponding secretary and treasurer;
Miss A. Lee POWNALL, program committee chairman; and Miss Mary STRIBLING and Mrs. D.H. RODGERS, program
committee members — NEWS 28 Apr 1925.
- SPILLMAN, Charles O. — see SPILLMAN, Frederick, 28 Dec 1905.
- SPILLMAN, Miss Ella Irene, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
SPILLMAN of North Maple Avenue, Martinsburg, and William S. JOLLIFFE of Wheeling, West Virginia, were
married in the Presbyterian church yesterday — ET 29 Jan 1905.
- SPILLMAN, F.P. — see SPILLMAN, Frederick, 28 Dec 1905.
- SPILLMAN, F.P., Martinsburg, was elected grand command of the Knights Templar annual meeting —
CDM 22 May 1930.
- SPILLMAN, Frederick, 79, a businessman who lived on West King Street,
Martinsburg, was laid to rest today. He was born in Frederick County, Maryland and moved to Berkeley County
about 50 years ago. He is survived by his widow, the former Susan SNOOK, and the following sons, W.H.
SPILLMAN and F.P. SPILLMAN, both of Martinsburg, and Charles O. SPILLMAN, cashier of the Allegheny Trust Co.,
Alleghany, Pennsylvania — ET 28 Dec 1905.
- SPILLMAN, Frederick P., Martinsburg, state grand commander of the
Knights Templar of West Virginia York Rite Masons will deliver the annual address at the group’s 57th annual
conclave of the grand commandery. Past grand commanders attending will include Frank W. VAN HORN, Martinsburg,
and Thomas C. BOWLING, Charles Town — CDM 20 May 1931.
- SPILLMAN, W.H. — see SPILLMAN, Frederick, 28 Dec 1905.
- SPILLMAN, Mrs. William — see JONES, Earl, 22 Nov 1913.
- SPITLER, James, about 25, of Martinsburg, was killed last night and John LUCAS of Hagerstown, Maryland,
who was living at the SPITLER house while working on a WPA project in the area, was injured while they
walking home along a highway and struck by a vehicle driven by George PHILLIPS, Charles Town limestone
quarry executive. LUCAS, about 23, is in critical condition. Police said PHILLIPS said he had been blinded
by lights of an approaching car and didn’t see the men — CDM 12 Jan 1937.
- SPITZER, B.F. — see HOVERMALE, U.P., 28 Sep 1931.
- SPONSELLER, Christian – see SPONSELLER, Roy L., 28 Aug 1925.
- SPONSELLER, Mrs. G.D.E., Martinsburg, was elected auditor at the 13th annual convention of the West
Virginia Federation of Music Clubs — CDM 15 Apr 1932.
- SPONSELLER, Dr. G.J.E. of Martinsburg and Miss Nellie Barbara REDDIG
were married today at the home of the bride's father, William E. REDDIG in Shippensburg — WP
12 Jun 1910.
- SPONSELLER, G.J.E., P.R. HARRISON, Gray SILVER, George P. WALTER, W.G.
CUSHWA, Charles W. THATCHER and others, all of Martinsburg, were incorporators of the Berkeley Fruit
Exchange, Martinsburg — CDM 21 Feb 1930.
- SPONSELLER, Dr. and Mrs. George of Martinsburg spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. George SPONSELLER of New
Market, Maryland — FP 29 Sep 1913.
- SPONSELLER, George — see SPONSELLER, Roy L., 28 Aug 1925.
- SPONSELLER, George of Martinsburg called on Olive SPONSELLER Thursday in New Market, Maryland —
FP 3 Dec 1926.
- SPONSELLER, Mrs. George — see SNYDER, Mrs. William B.,
21 Jan 1944.
- SPONSELLER, Mrs. George J.E., Martinsburg, was named to head the West Virginia Federation of Music clubs
during a three-day convention in Charleston — CDM 26 Apr 1930.
- SPONSELLER, Roy L., 49, brother of George SPONSELLER of Martinsburg, died
at his home in New Market, Maryland, Thursday afternoon from heart trouble. Other survivors include his
wife, Mrs. Olive SPONSELLER and one son, George SPONSELLER; a sister, Mrs. Ada METCALF of East Orange,
New Jersey; and two other brothers, Christian SPONSELLER, Mt. Airy, and William SPONSELLER of California.
The funeral will be Saturday at the home, services performed by the Rev. C.R. DONALDSON and interment in
the New Market cemetery. The funeral director was W.E. FALCONER — FP 28 Aug 1925.
- SPONSELLER, William — see SPONSELLER, Roy L., 28 Aug 1925.
- SPRING, Amy C. — see WARDEN, Harry C, 8 Sep 1930.
- SPRINKLE, Ethel M. — see MARTIN,
Clarence E., 21 Jul 1930.
- SPRINKLE, Ethel M. of Martinsburg and Stanley Floyd and Sara J. FLOYD, both of Wheeling, are the
incorporators of the Berkeley Hardware Company of Martinsburg, which was granted a charter Monday with a
$10,000 capitalization — CDM 20 May 1940.
- STAAT, Mr. E.R. of Martinsburg was one of the men who lost his life in the
wreck of the Western Maryland train Saturday night. His sister, Miss Lavina STAAT, came from Cumberland,
Maryland, to attend her brother’s funeral — ET 20 Jun 1905.
- STAAT, Lavina — see STAAT, Mr. E.R., 20 Jun 1905.
- STALEY, Miss Emma of Martinsburg is the guest of Miss Sallie BLAIR, Philadelphia Street, New Oxford,
Pennsylvania. While there, Miss STALEY played the violin during musical entertainment in the M.E. Church
— GC 31 Oct 1893.
- STALEY, Miss Emma, Martinsburg, has been visiting Miss Nettie SWARZ, Philadelphia Street, New Oxford,
Pennsylvania — GC 30 Oct 1894.
- STALEY, Miss Francis, Martinsburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edna BRUCE of Potomac Ave., Frederick,
Maryland — FP 19 Sep 1914.
- STALIPER, C.L., Martinsburg, was elected guard of the forest at the 72nd session of the West Virginia
Council of Improved Order of Red Men session at Huntington. New officers of the degree of Pocahontas, the
group’s womens’ auxiliary include Belva WHITMORE, Martinsburg, great scout — CDM 20 May 1943.
- STALNAKER, Edgar — see AULABAUGH, Leslie,
8 Aug 1943.
- STALNAKER, Miss Elizabeth of Martinsburg was chosen as an additional teacher for Shepherd College during
the annual session of the board of regents of the Normal Schools of West Virginia in Parkersburg this week
— BDT 27 Jun 1902.
- STAMMEL, Mrs. Hermas — see SWEENEY, Mrs. Mary M., 25 Sep 1926.
- STANGLE, Albert of Berkeley County told police he was robbed of $70 by Lester L. CAREY of Brunswick,
Maryland. He said CAREY was “planted along a road…and drew a gun” on both STANGLE and Earl LARGENT of Grant
County. Officers said LARGENT met CAREY later, according to a previous arrangement. They are both in jail
today in Martinsburg. LARGENT was arrested in Grant County and CAREY in Morgan County — CDM
18 Oct 1932.
- STANHOLTZ, Powell Eslie — see HOTTLE, Edward
John, 5 Jan 1928.
- STANLEY, Edward — see SWANN, William, 5 Sep 1930.
- STANLEY, Margaret — see GEYER, Hannah
Virginia, 11 Jun 1934.
- STANLEY, Samuel W. — see EVANS, Miss Beulah
A., 1 Aug 1905.
- STANLEY, W.M. Dr., 65 and a prominent veterinarian, died today in a Martinsburg hospital following an
appendicitis operation. A native of Canada, he had been a resident of Charles Town for more than 30 years
— CDM 22 Sep 1932.
- STANSBURY, Gilbert E. Rev., 70, who quit the stage to become a Baptist minister, died yesterday in the
veterans hospital at Perry Point, Maryland. He had served as pastor of the second Baptist church in
Martinsburg until his retirement, when he moved to Maryland — CDM 22 Apr 1943.
- STARLIPER, Melvin — see BEARD, John, 10 Jan 1924.
- STARNER, Rudolph and his wife of Martinsburg had as their guest last week for a few days Mr. STARNER’s
father, William A. STARNER of Starners, Pennsylvania, who was in town on business — ACN 22 Jul 1911.
- STARNER, Mr. and Mrs. R.U. left Martinsburg last week with a carload of their goods and will live at
Starners, Pennsylvania — GC 3 Apr 1912.
- STARNER, Mrs. Sarah S., wife of John C. STARNER and sister of Theodore HUTTON of Martinsburg, died at
her home in Bendersville, Pennsylvania, where her husband is critically ill. Burial was in Bendersville.
Other survivors include two daughters, Mrs. May O. RICE, Bendersville, Mrs. Alice F. SMITH, Gardners,
Pennsylvania; four sons, Clayton S. STARNER and Merven L. STARNER, both of Aspers, Pennsylvania, Norman H.
STARNER of Gardners, and Roy R. STARNER of Bendersville; and brothers and sisters, in addition to Theodore
HUTTON, are Mrs. Jennie AULTHOUSE, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Maggie KENNEDY, Boiling Springs,
Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Annie HARLACHER, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and 13 grandchildren — GC 8 Dec 1928.
- STARNES, Mrs. G.T. — see LAIGN, Mrs.
Margaret Ann, 22 Jan 1943.
- STARNS, Bert Lawrence of Hedgesville and Emma Dorothy HARPER of Ridgely, West Virginia, were issued a
marriage license in Cumberland, Maryland — ET 16 Jun 1909.
- STAUB, C. Harry — see McKOWN, J.C., 4 Feb 1936.
- STAUB, Charles — see DeHAVEN, Allen, 18 May 1935.
- STAUB, Henry — see STAUB, Mrs. Mary, 26 Jul 1876.
- STAUB, L.F. of Inwood, Democrat, and Republican Charles BEARD of Martinsburg
were elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates in the recent election — CDM 10 Aug 1934.
- STAUB, Mrs. Mary, consort of Henry STAUB, died July 10th at 3 p.m. at the
residence of her son, R.P.H. STAUB in Martinsburg. She was 72 — HTL 26 Jul 1876.
- STAUB, R.P.H. — see STAUB, Mrs. Mary, 26 Jul 1876.
- STAUBLEY, A.M., Martinsburg, was elected president of the Cumberland Valley Firemens’ association at the
annual convention in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania — CDM 12 Aug 1937.
- STAUBLY, A.M. — see STAUBLY, Lella A., WP 25 Jun 1924.
- STAUBLY, Lella A., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. STAUBLY of Martinsburg,
married George R. EBERLY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Eberly of Washington D.C. on June 24 at noon in
Luther Place Memorial Church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G.M. DIFFENDERFER at the home of the
EBERLY's, 1506 North Capitol Street, Washington. Guests from out of town included Miss Helen LITTLE of
Martinsburg — WP 25 Jun 1924.
- STEALY, the Rev. C.P. who had assumed new duties as pastor of the West Washington (D.C.) Baptist Church
last Sunday, was called from the Broaddus Memorial Baptist Church of Richmond, Virginia. Mr. STEALY is a
native of Clarksburg, West Virginia, where he lived as a boy until he went to Martinsburg. In 1894, while a
student at the Southern Theological Seminary at Martinsburg, he accepted a charge in that city —
WP 6 Sep 1905.
- STEFFIE, Mr. and Mrs. D.F., Martinsburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. STOCK, Broadway
Street, Gettysburg — GT 5 Apr 1932.
- STEFFY, Miss Anne of Martinsburg accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles STOCK and daughter, Mary, back to the
Gettysburg area after their visit to Martinsburg — GT 3 Aug 1926.
- STEFFY, Mr. and Mrs. Richard of Martinsburg have returned to their home after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Charles STOCK on Lincoln Avenue in Gettysburg — GC 5 Jun 1915.
- STEFFY, William, Martinsburg, is spending some time with friends in the Gettysburg area — GT
5 Nov 1919.
- STEGER, F.D., secretary of the YMCA at Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio, has been elected secretary
of the Martinsburg YMCA and "has taken charge" — WP 31 Aug 1909.
- STEGER, Frank D., general secretary of the Martinsburg YMCA, resigned yesterday after 18 years of
service to accept a similar position at the Iowa State University — WP 14 Apr 1910.
- STEHLEY, Dr. Haldeman, a former resident of Falling Waters, died at his home in Keyser, West Virginia,
on Saturday of pneumonia. He was 35 and will be buried in Martinsburg — ET 1 Mar 1905.
- STEIGHT, George E. of Sleepy Creek mountain is being hunted in connection
with the killing of U.L. CRAWFORD, a member of the West Virginia State constabulary. Transcriber's note —
In this newspaper article, the name was STEIGHT; in an article in the same newspaper the next day after
STEIGHT was found, his name was spelled SPEIGHT. This excerpt will be written with the spellings as they
appear in the two articles.
Clashes which have occurred in Morgan and Berkeley counties for a week culminated
June 21 in the killing of CRAWFORD. The trooper's body, riddled with bullets, was found at daylight on
Sleepy Creek mountain by J.F. HESSE, Berkeley County commissioner, who with 100 men was hunting for Crawford.
George F. STEIGHT's coat, covered with blood, was found near CRAWFORD's body. Following the discovery, a
search began for STEIGHT because CRAWFORD had gone to STEIGHT's home the day before with three officers to
serve a warrant on the mountaineer, charging him with threatening the life of George KEESECAUER, an
auctioneer who had the day before gone to STEIGHT's home to sell the place for taxes and had been driven off
the place by STEIGHT with a shotgun. Soon after KEESECAUER left, STEIGHT disappeared into the woods. The
three officers who accompanied CRAWFORD to the SLEIGHT home say CRAWFORD, tired of waiting for the mountaineer
to return, started out on a path through the woods saying "he proposed hunting his man up." Several shots
were heard by CRAWFORD's fellow offices at 8 p.m. on June 20. The body was later found about 300 yards from
the STEIGHT home. The dead trooper was from Roanoke, Virginia.
It was at first thought the crime had some connection with the shooting by
moonshiners on Monday of Special Officer C.M. WILSON of West Virginia, when a raid was being made on alleged
moonshiners. WILSON was so badly wounded that it was necessary to amputate both legs, which was done in a
Martinsburg hospital. Because of the possible connection first thought between the two shootings, farmers
all over the Sleepy Creek mountain neighborhood armed themselves with shotguns and rifles and joined in the
hunt for the killer of Crawford, "declaring that the moonshiners must be taught respect for the law." WILSON
was shot at the home of John and "Happy" WEIGLE on Sleepy Creek mountain. When he and other officers went to
the place to serve a warrant for assault on one of the brothers, there was no one home. The officers waited
for a time in the clearing which surrounds the cabin when suddenly there were shots from the woods and
WILSON fell. The other officers threw themselves face down on the ground and "so they say, saw Claud FILES
on the edge of the woods." Files was handcuffed and taken to Martinsburg. He said he had nothing to do with
the shooting of WILSON and was released on bail on a charge of assault — WP 22 Jun 1924. G.E. SPEIGHT,
a farmer wanted in connection with the killing of U.C. CRAWFORD, was shot to death by a posse on June 22 in
a battle lasting more than six hours. SPEIGHT had barricaded himself in a barn and was found fatally wounded
with seven bullet wounds in his body. He died a few minutes later — WP 23 Jun 1924.
- STEPHENS, Mrs. Virginia, Martinsburg, will play against Mrs. Virginia WHITE, Beckley, West Virginia, at
the womens’ singles tennis matches in Charleston — CDM 24 Jun 1937.
- STEPHENSON, Capt. James married Miss CUNNINGHAM in Berkeley County —
BVCG 28 May 1792.
- STEPHENSON, John, Berkeley County merchant, and Miss Eleanor MACLIN were
married last Sunday in Winchester— WG 6 May 1799.
- STEPHENSON, Marcus — see MURRAY, John, 23 Sep 1795.
- STEPHENSON, Richard of Berkeley County died. His executor is Daviel
KENNEDY — PGBA 28 Jan 1796.
- STEPTOE, Charles Yancy, Rev. — see STEPTOE, Philip
Pendleton, 17 Oct 1944.
- STEPTOE, Frances Nalle — see STEPTOE, Philip Pendleton,
17 Oct 1944.
- STEPTOE, Philip Pendleton, 67, of Shepherdstown and senior member of
the West Virginia law firm of Steptoe and Johnson, which maintained offices in Clarksburg and Charleston,
died Monday in a Martinsburg hospital. He retired about 10 years ago from active law practice and had made
his home in Shepherdstown since then. Born February 6, 1877, at Brandy station, Culpepper County, Virginia,
the son of Rev. Charles Yancy and Frances Nalle STEPTOE, he graduated from the University of Virginia with
a law degree. Survivors include his wife, three sons (all in the armed forces) and a daughter. Funeral
services and burial will be Wednesday in Shepherdstown — CDM 17 Oct 1944.
- STERLING, George — see STERLING, Harry, 25 Dec 1890.
- STERLING, Harry, 23, was killed while attempting to board a moving freight
train on the B&O railroad near North Mountain. He was an employee of the railroad but had been off duty
for several weeks because of sickness and had been at the home of his parents for some days. He was
returning to his own home in Martinsburg when the accident occurred. The son of George STERLING, who is
employed by the Potomac Pulp Company at Dam No. 5, the young Mr. STERLING had recently married —
HTL 25 Dec 1890.
- STERLING, Irene gave a five o'clock tea at her home in Martinsburg in honor of Miss Bertie E. BOWSER of
Williamsport, Maryland — HTL 1 Mar 1894.
- STERNS, Carrie — see SHARFF, Charles F., 28 Dec 1909.
- STERRETT, David, was killed in a duel with Thomas HADFIELD — PGBA
27 Jun 1791.
- STERYOUS, Kenneth — see SMITH, Clyde E., 7 Jun 1938.
- STEVENS, Harry — see SMALL, Mason, 20 Jan 1931.
- STEVENS, Jennie E. — see WAYBLE, Cyrus Harvey,
15 May 1912.
- STEVENS, Roy was arrested yesterday at Martinsburg and taken to Hagerstown, Maryland, for trial, charged
with stealing a watch from the home of Thomas C. MONNEGAN and held for court by Justice HARTLE — WP
22 Jan 1911.
- STEVENS, Thomas was arrested in Hagerstown (where he formerly lived) last Saturday and taken to
Martinsburg, where he was under bond to answer charges of assault with intent to kill and of carrying
concealed weapons — HTL 22 Aug 1889.
- STEWART, Mr. — see COSKEY, Mr., 20 Oct 1851.
- STEWART, Miss — see FLICK, Miss, 28 Sep 1897.
- STEWART, Alonzo R. and Virginia DALWICK, both of Martinsburg, were married
on Wednesday, August 5, at the parsonage of Zion Reformed Church in Hagerstown by the Rev. J.S. KIEFFER,D.D.
— HTL 13 Aug 1891.
- STEWART, Miss Belle and Miss Maud GRIMM, both of Martinsburg; Miss (no
first name listed) SIMMONS of Charlestown; and Miss Sallie SHEPHERD, Miss (no first name listed) BOTELER of
Shepherdstown; and Mr. Vernon SIMMONS, Charlestown, were among the out-of-town guests of the young gentlemen
of Hagerstown, Maryland, at the Hose Opra House hop held Tuesday evening in the in that city —
HTL 17 Oct 1889.
- STEWART, C.A. — see STUCKEY, Charles W., 14 Aug 1910.
- STEWART, Miss Catherine, sister of Mrs. F.S. Emmert, and the Rev.
William D. McCURDY, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Martinsburg, were married in Baltimore March 31 by
the Rev. Dr. H.M. WHARTON of Brantley Baptist Church. The bridegroom was the former secretary of the YMCA at
Cumberland — WP 1 Apr 1910.
- STEWART, Charles — see STEWART, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert W., 22 Sep 1942.
- STEWART, Mrs. Claude, Martinsburg, was matron of honor at the wedding yesterday in Leesburg, Virginia of
Georgia Virginia EAMICH of Lovettsville, Virginia, and Robert Montgomery ESTES, Louisville, Kentucky —
WP 27 Oct 1904.
- STEWART, Mrs. Claude, Martinsburg, attended the April 14 wedding of Miss Almede BARR, daughter of Mrs.
Lester A. BARR, and Mr. Frank Atherton HOWARD in Washington, D.C. — WP 15 Apr 1915.
- STEWART, Miss Dorothy, Martinsburg, and Miss Elizabeth JOHNSON, Danville, Virginia, have returned from
visiting Miss Anne KEMP, Rocky Springs, Maryland — FP 9 Sep 1925.
- STEWART, Douglas — see STEWART,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W., 22 Sep 1942.
- STEWART, Mrs. Emma P. — see MYERS, Mrs.
Lillian V., 16 Jan 1945.
- STEWART, Floyd, an employee of the Standard Lime and Stone Company, was killed instantly at the company's
works in Martinsburg this morning by a large truck loaded with stone falling over an embankment on him. He
was about 30 years old and is survived by a wife and three small children — WP 10 May 1905.
- STEWART, George died. His executors, Hugh STEWART and John GRAY request those
who owe money to his estate settle quickly and those having demands against his estate to bring them to the
house where Joseph LEMEN lives in Middletown — PGBA 18 Feb 1793.
- STEWART, Hugh — see STEWART, George, 18 Feb 1793.
- STEWART, J. William — see STEWART, John W.,
17 Jul 1942.
- STEWART, John — see STEWART, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert W., 22 Sep 1942.
- STEWART, John W., Mary F. STEWART, Oda D. STEWART, P.W. LEITER, and L.I.
RICE, all of Martinsburg, have incorporated the Stewart Orchard Company of Martinsburg, capitalized for
$125,000. It will have its chief works at Tablers Station in Berkeley County — CDM 24 Feb 1932.
- STEWART, John W., administrator of the estate of J. William
STEWART, sold the 305-acre Sunrise orchard at Tabler Station, 5 miles south of Martinsburg, to brothers
Hoover and Carroll LLOYD and Robert CRIM — CDM 17 Jul 1942.
- STEWART, Mary F. — see STEWART, John W., 24 Feb 1932.
- STEWART, Oda D. — see STEWART, John W., 24 Feb 1932.
- STEWART, Oliver W., T/Sgt. — see MYERS,
Mrs. Lillian V., 16 Jan 1945.
- STEWART, P.H. — see BOAK, Miss, 26 Nov 1905.
- STEWART, Robert — see MERCHANT, John Jr.,
8 Jul 1874.
- STEWART, Robert — see EMMERT, Mrs. Virginia,
13 Jul 1913.
- STEWART, Robert N., 77, businessman of Martinsburg, died of heart disease at his home on September 22.
He was a member of R.N. Stewart and Son and leaves a wife, two sons, and two daughters — WP
24 Sep 1924.
- STEWART, Robert W. — see SMITH, Clyde E., 7 Jun 1938.
- STEWART, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W., Martinsburg have given “their
all” to the war effort — all four sons are in the Army. Douglas STEWART, the only son who is married,
is in foreign service. Others in training are John STEWART, Charles STEWART, and Robert W. STEWART, Jr.
— CDM 22 Sep 1942.
- STEWART, Robert W. Jr. — see STEWART,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W., 22 Sep 1942.
- STEWART, William T. — see ALER, F. Vernon,
1 Jun 1893.
- STILWELL, Charles Melvin, Seaman 2nd Class — see STILWELL,
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hugh, 14 Mar 1945.
- STILWELL, Mary Lee, Martinsburg, has been awarded a temporary promotion from 2nd to 1st Lieutenant. She
is in the Women Air Corps – CDM 9 Jan 1945.
- STILWELL, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hugh have been notified by
the Navy department that their son, Seaman 2nd Class Charles Melvin STILWELL, USNR, Martinsburg, has been
wounded in action — CDM 14 Mar 1945.
- STINE, Leslie, had his mother Mrs. Emma BENNETT, Baltimore, visiting with him — NEWS 13 Nov 1922.