|Donald G. Dalrymple (#46772734)|
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Feel free to use any of my gravestone photographs for any legitimate purpose.|
No need to ask my permission or give me credit for them.
My ego does not require it.
Want to manage one of my graves? Just ask, I would like to get rid of all of them - but just have some sort of connection to the deceased.
Need my e-mail address? Expand my profile image. It is at the bottom of it.
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|GrannyT||Naomi R. Dalrymple Doran 19654763|
Donald, Since Naomi is your relative, I have transferred her memorial to you. I did not add your information. Happy Holidays!!
Added by GrannyT on Dec 16, 2013 6:00 PM
Olive is all set.
Added by Karen on Dec 15, 2013 10:18 PM
Check that, He was my wife's great grandfather. Her grandfather was George Dalrymple. His children were Edward, George, David, Mary Jane and Florence. George and Davis are still alive.
|Kimberly Johnson||Dalrymples and Rines|
Hello. I see that you have photographed many of the Rines' graves. I live in WA state of the USA and have many connections to the Hants County area. My Great Grandmother was Sarah Jane Neil/Neal (who married my Gr Grandfather Richard T Shannon in Boston, MASS-USA in 1888) who was born in Noel in 1868 to Charles Edward Neal and Mary Dellas Densmore. Just wanting to say hello.
Many, many Rines families came out to the West Coast around the time of the Gold Rush. I have been finding interesting stories and photos if you are interested or know of anyone else who might be.
I have Dalrymple's in my lines too. Just have to jog the memory to find where. Nice to meet you and thank you for photographing so many graves.
Kimberly Johnson-Everett, WA USA
|evelyn dustin||Esther Kitchen Dalrymple|
I have resumed my family search again and I am working on the relatives on my mom's side.. I am updating information on my G.G.G. Grandmother, Esther (Kitchen)Dalrymple, was married to jesse Dalrymple of NJ.
I do not have a lot of info on her. Whom are you related to? This is exciting to find relatives but it is a big job to document and make sure the info is correct!
As far as taking photos of cemeteries... is this part of your work/job or is this a hobby?
Thanks for any help on this.
Evelyn Dustin (Malm)
|Tamara Gallagher||Rebecca Annie Parker Stillman|
I was at the Meander Cemetery today, there's only about 240 graves there i photographed them all. Sorry to say there isn't a single Stillman or Parker there. If there she was a resident of Scotch Village more likely to be buried in 1 of the 2 cemeteries there or in Brooklyn, possibly even south Rawdon, I know there Parkers that way too. I'll let you know if I come across her though.
|chris weber||Van Bruce and Fairy Mae Waldron|
Sir - I was taken aback when I looked at my uncle's memorial today - Thank you so very much for the pics of their headstones. This is the only way I will ever see them, and it means so much to me.
Again, I thank you, and very best regards!
|fred rose||Tribble Cemetery|
Don, do you know where the Tribble Cemetery is in Yalobusha County, it is near Scobey. Thanks..
|J Edwards||RE: Yellow Fever Cemetery - Grenada|
Hi again. I am intrigued about John D. Melton (1800-1860) and Michael H. Melton (?-?). They probably are relatives, as I've had no luck at all tracking anyone else.
I think my ancestor, Jams,John L. Milton (1823-1878) might have been the son of John D. Melton.
Am sorry to hear that the markers are illegible. Just checking to see if you might have any other leads.
Thanks again for all your efforts.