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Donald Gordon Dalrymple (#46772734)
 member for 12 years, 4 months, 27 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 graves? 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.

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Chris Cox
Thank You!
Thank you sooo much! I was a small child when my grandmother died! This will bring back so many memories!!!
Added by Chris Cox on Nov 18, 2014 11:58 AM
Tom White
Snells at Oak Hill
Thank you Don for the transfers of my great grand parents.

Thank you also for all the help you have provided thousands of people in finding their relatives and family friends in North Mississippi.

Your generous efforts will be realized for many generations to come.
Added by Tom White on Nov 01, 2014 7:16 AM
Michael Keropian
Lillian Carr
Hi Donald and All,
Thank you for posting.
I come from the Agnes May Dalrymple line. Do you have any information about a Lillian F. Carr? Was she Samuel Carr/Lillian P. Dalrymple's daughter the one who married a Hansen?

I have a number of unnamed pictures with no names on the following webpages.

One picture is of a young girl signed Lillian F. Carr.

Feel free to look. While some are listed with surnames, they may be just guesses.

The Dalrymples and McLaughlin's are pretty accurate.

http://www.keropiansculpture.com/McLaughlin.html

http://www.keropiansculpture.com/bellargraves.html
Added by Michael Keropian on Sep 19, 2014 10:33 PM
DAISY LEE DALRYMPLE
Justina Ramirez Dalrymple
Hello:

Just wanted to thank you for adding my mother to the site & for continuing to add others.
Added by DAISY LEE DALRYMPLE on Aug 05, 2014 3:39 PM
Historic Congressional Cemetery Archivist
Congressional Cemetery
Just to let you know, I added some photos to your Dalrymple family at HCC.
Added by Historic Congressional Ce... on Apr 09, 2014 9:21 AM
Portia Solomon
Find a Grave
Hi, Donald. I am so glad you are back on Find a Grave. I understand about getting rid of memorials, I like to transfer mine also! Hope things are going well with you. I just wanted to say hello.
Added by Portia Solomon on Mar 06, 2014 11:18 AM
Tamara Gallagher
Rebecca Annie Parker Stillman
Hello,
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.

Tamara
Added by Tamara Gallagher on Sep 20, 2013 3:07 PM
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!
Chris Weber
Added by chris weber on Jul 28, 2013 4:34 PM
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.
jean
Added by J Edwards on Jun 25, 2013 2:25 PM
 

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