Family Group Sheet data from: Pat O'Dell genpat@netins.net
husband
Ezra Abner Dalrymple
birthdate and birthplace
13 Jan 1848 Polk Twp, Nodaway Co, Mo
death date, place
09 Feb 1929 Pickering, Nodaway Co, Mo
burial
White Oak Cem, Pickering, Nodaway Co, Mo
1st marriage
23 Aug 1866 Maryville, Nodaway Co, Mo: Martha Blevins
military
Co H 51st Mo Inf
father
Chancy Dalrymple
mother
Lydia Heady
wife
Martha Blevins
birthdate and place
11 Jun 1850 Miami Co, Ind
deathdate and place
05 Jan 1941 Pickering, Nodaway Co, Mo
burial
White Oak Cem, Pickering, Nodaway Co, Mo: no tombstone
father
Thomas Blevins
mother
Catherine Younce
CHILDREN
#1 David Thomas born 16 May 1867 Nodaway Co, Mo
married 22 Aug 1894 Nodaway Co, Mo: Alice Mae Broyles
died 18 Mar 1957 Stanberry, Gentry Co, Mo
buried High Ridge Cem, Stanberry, Gentry Co, Mo
#2 Margaret Lydia "Liddy" born 28 Apr 1869 Nodaway Co, Mo
married 04 Jun 1890 Nodaway Co, Mo: Thomas Wilder
died 01 Mar 1947 Tacoma, Pierce Co, Wa
buried  
  John Ukena, djukena@gmail.com [2013]
#3 Chauncey Harrison "Hack" born 26 Feb 1871 Nodaway Co, Mo
married 09 Mar 1893 Nodaway Co, Mo: Minnie B. Clary
died 28 Aug 1952 Topeka, Shawnee Co, Ks
buried Topeka, Ks cem
#4 Willis Allen born 23 Jul 1875 Nodaway Co, Mo
married 28 Sep 1898 Nodaway Co, Mo Elizabeth Cline
died 03 Nov 1960 Andrew Co, Mo se Guilford
buried Inglewood Cem, Inglewood, Ca
#5 Daisy Dean born 13 Apr 1878 Nodaway Co, Mo
married 30 Jul 1894 Nodaway Co, Mo: Charles Kelly
married John "Bad" Harrison
died 28 Jan 1956 Kansas City, Jackson Co, Mo
buried McFall Cem, McFall, Mo
#6 Zella Grace born 05 Sep 1878 Nodaway Co, Mo
married Everett Wagner
died 15 Jul 1969 Denver, Colo
buried  
#7 William Asbury born 06 May 1883 Nodaway Co, Mo
married 17 Aug 1904 Nodaway Co, Mo: Mary Elizabeth Morton
died 19 Dec 1959 Kansas City, Ks
buried White Oak Cem, Pickering, Nodaway Co, Mo
#8 James Berton "Jerry" born 09 Sep 1885 Nodaway Co, Mo
married Bertha Williams
died 22 Sep 1957 Stanberry, Gentry Co, Mo
buried Oak Hill Cem, Maryville, Nodaway Co, Mo
#9 Ira Mark born 18 Jun 1888 Nodaway Co, Mo
married 16 Apr 1916 Lora Kinard
died 1973 Kansas City
buried White Oak Cem, Pickering, Nodaway Co, Mo
#10 Mary M. born 12 Dec 1890 Nodaway Co, Mo
married James May
married --- Parrott
died 26 Aug 1969 Orange Co, Ca
buried  
NOTES: researchers: Bryce Card - bryce.card@gmail.com [Zella Grace Wagner]

The Tribune, Maryville, Missouri - Old Settlers' Edition, Thursday, March 9, 1905

FIRST MARRIED

E.A. Dalrymple's Father and Mother Chauncy Dalrymple and Lydia Heddy, First in County.

SON IS STILL LIVING HERE

Tells of the Old Road That Ran From St Joseph Through Savannah and Maryville Into Iowa

E.A. Dalrymple, whose parents, Chauncy Dalrymple and Lydia Headdy, were the first couple married in Nodaway county after it was organized, was born in Nodaway township in sight of where that county [sic, township] corners with Polk and Union.

"My father took up his land before the section lines were laid," says Mr Dalrymple, "or a least before we had any exact knowledge of where they ran. When an accurate survey was finally made it was found that father had land in four fourties. He had settled right on the line of two sections.

"Afterwards he sold out and came down into Polk township, acquiring considerable land. He got out on the prairie this time, but the first time he was in the edge of the timber, as were all the first settlers. We had no fences, I remember, until after I was big enough to help split rails.

"We were on the old road to Iowa. It ran from St Joseph to Savannah, then to Maryville and up the divide between the One Hundred and Two and the Nodaway rivers to the state line.

"It crossed the state line into Iowa at a point about where H.E. Bradley's farm now shows on the map and a short distance on the other side divided, one road going to Clarinda, and the other to old Hawleyville. There was some travel down the other side of the White Cloud [River], but most of it came through Maryville.

"One incident of my boyhood that I recollect distinctly was when my brother and myself found an immense elk horn. We had been out after the cattle and ran onto this in the grass two or three miles from home. We had been used to finding deer horns, but this was a new one to us.

"Well, we carried it home - and it was quite a load, too, and father immediately said it was an elk's horn. He cut some of the prongs off and used it for a gun rack and I think it was still about the house when he died.

"There had been no elk in this country for a great many years previous to even that early date, I think, and the horn had probably been out there in the grass for a long time before we found them."

The Weekly Tribune, Maryville, Missouri, Aug 26, 1915
WERE MARRIED 50 YEARS AGO TODAY
Plans for Celebration for Mr and Mrs E.A. Dalrymple Given Up Because of Bad Roads Monday.

Today is the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs E.A. Dalrymple, who live east of Pickering. The wedding took place in Nodaway County and the couple has made their home in the county since their marriage. Plans for an all-day celebration and basket dinner which were under way were given up because of the bad roads.

There are ten children living who were born to the union: David Dalrymple, Pickering; Mrs Thomas Wilder, Arkansas; C.H. Dalrymple, Topeka, Kan; Willis Dalrymple, Pickering; Mrs John Harrison, McFall, Mo; Mrs Everett Wagner, Pickering; William Dalrymple, Pickering; J.B. Dalrymple, Maryville; Mark Dalrymple, Pickering, and Mrs James May, Pickering.

Mr Dalrymple is 68 years old and Mrs Dalrymple is 65. Both are in fairly good health.

 
The Maryville Daily Forum, Maryville, Missouri, Jun 12, 1940
90th Birthday Observed by Mrs E.A. Dalrymple

Mrs E.A. Dalrymple of Pickering, a resident of Nodaway county for eight-four years, celebrated her ninetieth birthday anniversary yesterday. Mrs Dalrymple came from Indiana to this county when she was 6 years old. She has lived the last twenty years in Pickering.

Mrs Dalrymple's husband was the late Ezra A. Dalrymple, a Civil War veteran, who died February 9, 1929.

Mrs Dalrymple has ten living children: They are D.T. Dalrymple, Pickering; J.B. Dalrymple, W.M. Dalrymple and Mark Dalrymple, Maryville; C.H. Dalrymple, Topeka, Kas; W.A. Dalrymple, Hemet, Calif; Mrs M.E. Wagner, Denver, Colo; Mrs Thomas Wilder, Tacoma, Wash; Mrs J.L. May, Anaheim, Calif; and Mrs J.B. Harrison, McFall, Mo.

No special occasion of the anniversary was planned. Mr and Mrs D.T. Dalrymple were visitors at Mrs Dalrymple's home during the day.

 
The Maryville Daily Forum, Maryville, Missouri, Jan 6, 1941
Mrs Martha Dalrymple Dies at Age of 90 Years

Mrs Martha Dalrymple, 90 years of age and a long time resident of the Pickering vicinity, died at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning at her home in Pickering. She had been ill twelve days.

She was born Jun 11, 1850, at Bloomingdale, Ohio. When she was 11 years old she came to Nodaway county and made her home with Mr and Mrs David Workman. August 23, 1866 she was married to Ezra A. Dalrymple. She was a member of the Methodist Church.

Surviving are four daughters, Mrs Lydia Margaret Wilder, Tacoma, Wash.; Mrs John Harrison, McFall, Mo.; Mrs Everett Wagner, Denver, Colo. and Mrs James May, Anaheim, Calif. Six sons, David T. Dalrymple, Pickering; Chancey Harrison Dalrymple, Topeka, Kas.; Willis Allen Dalrymple, Hemet, Calif.; William A. Dalrymple and J.B. Dalrymple, of Maryville, and Mark Dalrymple, Grant City; thirty-three grandchildren, fifty great-grandchildren, and five great great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church in Pickering with Rev Kenneth Bressler, assisted by Rev L.B. Lamb, officiating. Burial will be in White Oak cemetery.

 
 
1870 Census: Polk twp, Nodaway County, Missouri #94
Ezra A. Dalrymple, 22, male, born Mo, farmer
Martha A. Dalrymple, 20 female, born Ind
David T. Dalrymple, 3 male born Mo
Margaret L. Dalrymple, 2 female born Mo
 
1880 Census: Polk twp, Nodaway co, Mo., page 234, #128
E.A. Dalrymple, 32 male, born Mo parents born Pa and Tenn, farmer
Martha Dalrymple, 30 female, born Ind parents born NC and Ind
David Dalrymple, 13 male, born Mo
Lydia Dalrymple 11 female, born Mo
Chancy Dalrymple 9 male, born Mo
Willis Dalrymple 4 male born Mo
Dasie Dalrymple 2 female born Mo
 
1900 Census: Union twp, Nodaway co, Mo 68-125-1-94
Ezra A. Dalrymple, born Jan 1848 52 born Mo
Martha Dalrymple, born Jun 1850 50 born Ind
William A. Dalrymple, born May 1883 born Mo
James B. Dalrymple, born Sep 1885 born Mo
Ira M. Dalrymple, born Jun 1888 born Mo
Mary M. Dalrymple born Dec 1890 born Mo
Daisy D. Kelly born Apr 1878 22 born Mo, dau
Harry Kelly born May 1896 4 born Mo grandson
Dewey Kelly born Dec 1899 born Mo grandson
 
1910 Census Nodaway County, Union Twp, Missouri: 21 Apr; #114.114
Ezra A. Dalrymple, 62, married 1st for 43yrs, born Mo, parents born Maine and Ind
Martha Dalrymple, 59, married 1st for 43yrs, born Ind parents born NC
Ira M. Dalrymple, 21, born Mo parents born Mo and Ind
Mary M. Dalrymple, 19, born Mo parents born Mo and Ind
Harry L. Kelly, 15 grandson born Mo parents born Mo
 
1920 Census Nodaway County, Union Twp, Missouri; 12 Jan; #73.77
Ezra A. Dalrymple, 71, born Mo; parents born Pa and Ind
Martha Dalrymple, 69, born Ind; father born Ky mother born US
Henry E. Dalrymple, 8, grandson, born Mo; parents born Mo
Hilda P. Dalrymple, 12, granddaughter, born Mo; parents born Mo