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Dalrymple gravesite
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

Submitted & © by: Sheryl Moore

Submitted & © by: Sheryl Moore

NW 1/4, Sec. 28, T13N, R1E, I.M.

the George R. Dalrymple grave is located on NE 108th St. {Hefner Rd.} 0.2 miles east of the intersection
of NE 108th St. and N. Peebly Rd. east of Jones, Oklahoma.

From the Oklahoma City area, take I-40 east to Peebly Rd. {exit 169}. Go north {left} about 7.6 miles to NE 23 St. Turn right {east} and go 1 mile to N. Luther Rd. Turn left {north} and go 5 miles to NE 93rd St. {Britton Rd.} Turn left {west} and go 1 mile to N. Peebly Rd. Turn right {north} and go 1 mile to NE 108th St. {Hefner Rd.} Turn right {east} and go 0.2 miles. The cemetery is on the south side of the road about 30-40 feet on the other side of the fence between two trees with a fence around a single grave.

This family owned cemetery was established August 25, 1900 when George R. Dalrymple was buried in this single-grave plot on the farm where members of the Dalrymple family still live. This fenced, serene spot is located under a large cedar tree on a hilltop on the south side of the road. {Information obtained from OK County Cemetery Index - compiled by OK County HCE Genealogy Group, page 27.}

Dalrymple George R. Nov 1845 25 Aug 1900
Civil War - Union - PVT  CO I  9th Iowa CAV REGT
Husband of Elizabeth Ann Dalrymple.

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