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Obit-John S Willever Dalrymple
Posted by: Stewart Woolever (ID *****4409) Date: May 07, 2010 at 11:47:14
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Eastin Express
Dalrymple John S. 4/20/1925 p.8

John S.Dalrymple.of Belvidere,died at 7:45 o'clock Saturday evening at his home on Greenwich street,that place,following a two years illness from diabets which developed complications.He was sisty one years of age and was a son of the late Phillip and Emeline Willever of Lommason Glen,near Belvidere,where the deceased had resided until 15 years ago when he moved his family to Belvidere.Mr.Dalrymple had followed the occupation of a lumberman and was highly respected and widely known.

He was a member of the Summitfield Methodist Episcopal church.Besides his wife he is survived by two sons,Elijah T.Dalrymple of New Bruswick,N.J.,and Frank L.Dalrymple of Belvidere; also one brother Jesse Willever of Easton;one sister,Mrs.Joseph Lasby of Cleveland,Ohio;four half sisters,Mrs.Harvey Moser,Mrs.Rueben Rasley and Mrs.Marvin Widenor,all of Easton and Mrs.Samuel Starner of Cleveland,O,.and by two grandsons Harry and Karl Dalrymple of New Brunswick.The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late home,Rev.William C.James pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church of Belvidere,officiating.Interment will be in the Summerfield cemetery.



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