DELLINGER / GRIM FAMILY, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA TRUNDLE BED, yellow pine and poplar, pegged double-rail form with turned spindles to all sides, support slats and custom mattress available. Original dry, natural surface. Third quarter 19th century. 13" H, 59 1/2" x 45 1/2" OA.
Catalogue Note: The present trundle bed descended in the Dellinger/Grim/Vahrencamp family of the Morning Star Lutheran Church area, west of Mt. Jackson. It was owned by John Frank Dellinger (1858-1919) and his wife Minnie Lee Grimm (1864-1930). It was likely made by William A. Mohler (1832-1900) who was a carpenter and a neighbor of the Dellinger family, or his father Samuel Mohler (1809-1885) who was a joiner. It is also possible that it was made by John Dellinger himself who was a carpenter and an undertaker.
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Very good original condition with some scattered age cracks.
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From the collection of the late Nancy and John Stewart, Broadway, VA.
Acquired from Frances Hepner Clark.