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Donald Gordon Dalrymple (#46772734)
 member for 14 years, 10 months, 26 days
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Bio Photo 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 memorials? Just ask, I would like to transfer all of them (with exception of my own family, of course) - but just have some sort of connection to the deceased.

My grandfather was born in Hants County Nova Scotia so I have a virtual cemetery entitled The Dalrymples of Hants County Nova Scotia. If you have a Dalrymple in your genealogy with roots in Nova Scotia, be sure to check it out as well as the link below

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Dalrymples of Hants Count... (858)
THE PACIFIC (9)
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Messages left for Donald Gordon D... (2)[Leave Message]
Virginia Rose
cox-rose-kincaid-koonce
It seems as if you should be a connection to my husband as you have entered so much information on his various families, His line is from William Rose and Sarah C Glover of course Of various Mississippi. Kincaids as well spelled numerous ways. Appreciate your research.
Jennie Rose
Added by Virginia Rose on May 19, 2017 5:04 PM
Brian Roper
Berry Cemetery Water Valley Ms
Mr. Dalrymple, I really want to thank you again for your kindness and all you do.The phone calls you have made is greatly appreciated. When I went last week they had a gate blocking the old road to the cemetery. I spoke to the court house and found out who owned the property and further investigating have come to realize that the property was owned way back then by relatives of mine. Clearly I did not know this even though I had relatives buried there. I don't know if I'm related to the current owner, but I do know that the land was inherited to her. When you attain the information,please let me know at your convenience. If you ever visit North Mississippi again, I would like to meet you to buy you lunch and shake your hand. thanks, Brian Roper
Added by Brian Roper on May 11, 2017 5:39 PM
 

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