The Witmer family group shot, possibly the summer of 1894. I don’t know if I can correctly identify everyone, but here goes… Left to right: (Standing) Lillian Witmer Snyder, Henry D. Snyder, Willoby Snyder, Cora (Gussman) Witmer, Milton K. Witmer, Horace K. Witmer, Wilmer Witmer (child), Milton B. Nace, Herbert W. Nace (child) (Sitting) Saraphine […]
Wilmer Witmer, son of Horace K. and Mary A. (Breish) Witmer, was born 7 May 1892 and died Jan 1978 in Sellersville, Montgomery county, Pennsylvania. He married Clara Barndt sometime before 1922.
William M. Hoover, son of Samuel Thomas and Victoria (Walker) Hoover. Will was born 17 Apr 1890 in Pine Glen. He married Edith Mae Meeker, daughter of William Henry and Carrie Amanda (Force) Meeker.
Willia Hocker Sr., son of Albert Curtin and Lillian (Leedy) Hocker, and his (future?) wife Isabella Aitken Smith, daughter of William and Eliza Craig (Bonnington) Smith, possibly at the Hocker family farm in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
William Hocker Sr., son of Albert Curtin and Lillian (Leedy) Hocker, on horseback.
William and Ruth Hocker on their wedding day, 24 Sep 1941 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
A photo of Dr. Charles Theodore Waage and his daughter Mary Catherine. Not sure who the second man is, possibly his father Rev. Caius Frederic Sophus (aka Guy Frederick) Waage.
Victoria Walker, daughter of Jacob C. and Mary M. (Eckley) Walker, as a young woman. She married circa 1879 Samuel Thomas Hoover, son of Christian and Caroline (Kinnard) Hoover, and lived in Pine Glen, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
Thelma Mae Houdeshell, daughter of George W. and Lovina Caroline (Force) Houdeshell, as a young woman. She was born 11 Sep 1904 in Pine Glen and died 15 Jan 2001 in New York. She was married to Philip Allen Young.
Samuel Thomas, son of Christian and Caroline (Kinnard) Hoover, married Victoria Walker, daughter of Jacob C. and Mary M. (Eckley) Walker, in 1879. They lived in Pine Glen, Burnside township, Centre county, Pennsylvania. This photo was taken during their old age, but before Samuel’s death in 1930.