Dan Dalrymple's website

Fun, light and G-rated pages from Dan's family tree, sailing the Great lakes in old Cal Yachts, burning Ohio firewood, herbal cures, my humble opinions on several '70s Great Lakes sailboats, and muzzle loading ballistic charts .

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Home
Our home page.

Cal Yachts
One of my favorite sailboats. I've owned a Cal 2-27 for over 20 years. I've owned larger, newer boats but the cal 27 remains my favorite sailboats for the Great Lakes especially Lake Erie.

fun sailboats
My humble opinion on several older sailboats that were popular on the Great Lakes during the '70s

Firewood facts
Interesting information on burning firewood as a home heating aid.

Our wood stove
We've backed up our home's heating furnace with a firewood woodstove for over 40 years.

Herbal cures
Our ancestors used many different items to cure their ills. Hundreds of these items, or herbs, as people called them were developed into the medicines that we use today. Note: For information only. We do not sell or promote herbs here.

Muzzle Loading
Muzzle loading ballistic tables from my son and my experiences with Ohio muzzle loading deer hunting.

my Family History
This web page contains a complete Dalrymple family line from Andrew Dalrymple, born in Scotland about 1682, all the way down to my grandson, Brian.

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Dan Dalrymple's Family Tree

This web page contains our Dalrymple family line from Andrew Dalrymple, born in Scotland about 1682,  to my grandson, Brian, who is 19 years old.


  • I'm Daniel Scott Dalrymple Click here for more born in Mt.Vernon, Ohio 1939. I live in north-central Ohio. My first wife of 41 years passed away in 2000. We had 3 children, Scott, Brad, Leigh and 4 grandchildren.
     

  • I remarried in June 2005. My present wife, Carol (Carol Williams Hall Dalrymple), is from Morgantown WV. She was widowed and had one child, Craig, who lives in Quincy IL. My present wife and I enjoy our Church, genealogy, computers, and the Internet.
     

  • We are interested in our family ties in Scotland and the British Isles during the 1500-1600s.
     

  • Photo is my father, Joseph M. Dalrymple, born 1910, Knox Co, OH, d-1980. My father, "Joe", was one of seven children, a self-employed electrical contractor most of his life. Married Dorothy Ross. This photo was taken, possibly by one of his brothers but more probably by his friend Walt Hazlebaker. It was taken in Montana during one of dad's yearly elk hunting trips.
     

  • Joseph was a son of Albert Daniel Dalrymple Click here for more , b-1882, Knox Co, OH,
     

  • Albert "Bert" was a son of William Brice Dalrymple, b-1852, Knox Co, OH, m-Tamsen Colwill,
     

  • Brice was a son of Andrew Dalrymple, b-1804, Sussex Co, NJ, m-Mary Ann Wolfe.
     

  • Andrew was a son of Stephen Brice Dalrymple, b-1777, Sussex Co, NJ, m-Susanna Struble.
     

  • Stephen was a son of Andrew Dalrymple, b-1746, Morris, NJ, m-Eleanor Rickey.
     

  • Andrew was a son of Joseph Dalrymple, b-1714, Morris, NJ, m- Jane/Jeane Boyle.
     

  • Joseph was a son of Andrew Dalrymple, b-1682 in Scotland, m- Janet Kirkbride.

Keywords and associated family names: Dalrymple, Dalrimple, Grim, Williams*, Hall*, Straum, Finley, Banbury, Couse, Knoph, Cozad, Tingley, Rhinehardt, Douglass, Lewis, Waldorf, Harris, Banbury, Cornish, Bellot, Blaine, Moore, Beatty, McFarland, Bolk, Pelletrau.

* Carol's family is from Morgantown - Fairmont WV area.


Links to more of our own pages

  • Click here to go to our MAIN Index page. From here you will have access to all of our web pages. We have a page on our favorite sailboats of Lake Erie, our old Cal Yachts homepage, muzzle loading ballastics, my links to everything page and even a page about firewood.

  • How our ancestors cured their ills.Dan's Herbal ole fashioned remedy page. I tried to include many of the herbs that our ancestors used to treat their aches and ills. There are tips on dandelion, burdock and even what leaf to apply when the mosquitos roll in.

  • How our ancestors hunted.. Dan's Muzzle Loading Ballistics page. How much powder did grampa use to bag that Thanksgiving turkey? Who cares? Sombody might... It's all right here.

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 You also might enjoy looking at our Apple Creek United Methodist Church website at  http:www.applecreekumc.com

Dan Dalrymple, Wooster, Ohio
This page last updated on May 13, 2013.