Elizabeth Dimmick

     Elizabeth Dimmick married George McWilliams Starr, son of James Starr and Margaret McWilliams, in February 1854 at Benton Co., OR.

Children of Elizabeth Dimmick and George McWilliams Starr

Kate Dimmick1

     Kate Dimmick married Morris Weaver.

Child of Kate Dimmick and Morris Weaver


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, p.60.

Minerva Dimmick

     Minerva Dimmick married Thomas Gragg.

Child of Minerva Dimmick and Thomas Gragg

Alice M. Dimmitt1

F, b. December 1844, d. 27 September 1925
     Alice M. Dimmitt was born in December 1844 at Iowa.1,2 She married Andrew J. Chapman circa 1864.1,2 Alice M. Dimmitt died on 27 September 1925 at Lane Co., OR, at age 80. She was buried in September 1925 at Eugene Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co., OR, Find A Grave Memorial# 5944887.

Child of Alice M. Dimmitt and Andrew J. Chapman


  1. [S3817] 1880 Federal Census, Decatur County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 336; FHL #1254336.
  2. [S3144] 1900 Federal Census, Lane County, Oregon. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1349; FHL #1241348.

Carl Clifford Dimmitt

     Carl Clifford Dimmitt married Etha Madge Gardner.

Child of Carl Clifford Dimmitt and Etha Madge Gardner

Dorothy Marie Dimmitt

F, b. 8 May 1918, d. 5 April 1991
     Dorothy Marie Dimmitt was born on 8 May 1918 at Farson, Wapello Co., IA. She was the daughter of Carl Clifford Dimmitt and Etha Madge Gardner. Dorothy Marie Dimmitt married Delbert Max McLaughlin, son of Rolla Delbert McLaughlin and Lena Ellen Jackson, on 8 March 1936 at Lancaster, Schuyler Co., MO. Dorothy Marie Dimmitt died on 5 April 1991 at Hemet, Riverside Co., CA, at age 72.

Child of Dorothy Marie Dimmitt and Delbert Max McLaughlin

Martha Jane Dimmitt

F, b. 5 February 1851, d. 17 September 1885
     Martha Jane Dimmitt was also known as "Jennie". She was born on 5 February 1851 at Maysville, Mason Co., KY. She married William Raper Sinks. Martha Jane Dimmitt died on 17 September 1885 at Clermont Co., OH, at age 34.

Child of Martha Jane Dimmitt and William Raper Sinks

Mary Isabelle Dimmitt1

F, b. circa 1849
     Mary Isabelle Dimmitt was born circa 1849 at Maryland.1 She married Jacob S. Puterbaugh circa 1870.1

Child of Mary Isabelle Dimmitt and Jacob S. Puterbaugh


  1. [S129] 1880 Federal Census, Montgomery County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1051/1052; FHL #1255051/1255052.

Rosina Ding

     Rosina Ding married Friedrich Huppert.

Child of Rosina Ding and Friedrich Huppert

Rev. Alfred S. Dingee1

M, b. circa 1870
     Rev. Alfred S. Dingee was born circa 1870 at Pennsylvania. He married Amelia de Bree Brower, daughter of Peter Weaver Brower and Minnie J. Grubb, circa 1919, No children as of 1930 census.1 Rev. Alfred S. Dingee lived in 1930 at Chester, Delaware Co., PA.


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, p.73.

Charles Dingee

     Charles Dingee married Elizabeth Jackson.

Child of Charles Dingee and Elizabeth Jackson


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 165.

Mary W. Dingee1

     Mary W. Dingee was the daughter of Charles Dingee and Elizabeth Jackson.1 Mary W. Dingee married Benjamin D. Price, son of Rev. John R. Price and Catherine Detweiler, on 23 October 1872, Ceremony by Rev. Isaac Price.1

Child of Mary W. Dingee and Benjamin D. Price


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 165.

James Delmar Dingeldein

M, b. 20 May 1914, d. 17 September 2002
     James Delmar Dingeldein was born on 20 May 1914 at Clark Co., OH. He married Evelyn Louise Cost, daughter of John Russell Cost and Anna Elizabeth Sponsler, after 1962. James Delmar Dingeldein died on 17 September 2002 at Clark Co., OH, at age 88.

Raymond Robert Dinger

M, b. 22 December 1945, d. 7 February 1990
     Raymond Robert Dinger was born on 22 December 1945 at Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne Co., PA. He married Louise M. Goodman, daughter of Howard Elroy Goodman and Mabel M. Bartlett. Raymond Robert Dinger died on 7 February 1990 at Reading, Berks Co., PA, at age 44. He was buried in February 1990 at Berks County Memorial Gardens, Fleetwood, Berks Co., PA, Findagrave #183430872.

Child of Raymond Robert Dinger and Louise M. Goodman

Wendy Lynn Dinger

F, b. 18 December 1966, d. 29 February 2004
     Wendy Lynn Dinger was born on 18 December 1966 at Reading, Berks Co., PA. She was the daughter of Raymond Robert Dinger and Louise M. Goodman. Wendy Lynn Dinger died on 29 February 2004 at West Reading, Berks Co., PA, at age 37. She was buried in March 2004 at Berks County Memorial Gardens, Fleetwood, Berks Co., PA, Findagrave #183447908.

Raymond George Dingey

M, b. 2 July 1916, d. 5 March 1998
     Raymond George Dingey was born on 2 July 1916. He married Pauline Isabelle Gookins, daughter of Carl Gookins and Lelia Leona Owens. Raymond George Dingey died on 5 March 1998 at Ohio at age 81.

George W. Dingman1

M, b. 14 March 1853, d. 19 July 1917
     George W. Dingman was born on 14 March 1853 at Tuscarawas Co., OH.1 He married Lydia Anna Cross on 28 October 1874 at Vinton, Benton Co., IA. George W. Dingman died on 19 July 1917 at Urbana, Benton Co., IA, at age 64. He was buried in July 1917 at Urbana Cemetery, Urbana, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #60015137.

Child of George W. Dingman and Lydia Anna Cross


  1. [S135] 1880 Federal Census, Benton County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0326; FHL #1254326.

Dr. Marshal Edwin Dingman1

M, b. 16 December 1878, d. 1 March 1960
     Dr. Marshal Edwin Dingman was born on 16 December 1878 at Urbana, Benton Co., IA.1 He was the son of George W. Dingman and Lydia Anna Cross.1 Dr. Marshal Edwin Dingman married Lucille Florence Cue, daughter of Leroy Cue and Maude Evelyn Wilt, on 28 November 1932 at Rock Island, Rock Island Co., IL; Marshall was first married to Abbie J. Burrell in 1908. She died in 1932.

The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Tuesday, 29 Nov 1932; p.14; (Newspapers.com):

Mrs. Marshall E. Dingman

Mrs. Marshall E. Dingman, before her marriage to Dr. Dingman of Urbana, which took place Monday in Rock Island, Ill., was Miss Lucile Cue. The Rev. David Todd of the Christian church performed the ceremony at the parsonage.

Mrs. Dingman, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cue of Shellsburg, is a graduate of the Shellsburg high school, and attended the University of Iowa for two years. Dr. Dingman is a physician and surgeon, practicing in Urbana.

Dr. Marshal Edwin Dingman died on 1 March 1960 at Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, at age 81

The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Wednesday,
02 Mar 1960; p.10; (Newspapers.com):

Marshall Dingman, Urbana Doctor for 57 Years, Dies
Urbana -- Dr. Marshall E. Dingman, 81, a physician in this area for more than 57 years, died Tuesday night at Mercy hospital following a long illness.

Born Dec. 16, 1878, near Urbana, he was in the first class to be graduated from Urbana's 12-year high school in 1896. He was also among the first graduates of Schroeder academy, a junior college in Urbana.

Doctor in 1902
He enrolled at the University of Iowa as a medical student in 1898 and was graduated in 1902. He immediately began the practice of medicine in Urbana.

He was honored at "Dr. Dingman Day" in 1951 at Urbana. One of the features of the celebration was a baseball game between Urbana and Walker- Center Point. The players had all been brought into the world by Dr. Dingman.

Dr. Dingman was a member of the staff at St. Luke's hospital and had served on the staff at Mercy hospital. He was a life member of the Iowa Medical Society and a member of the American Medical Assn.

Church Elder
Dr. Dingman was a member of the Urbana Christian church where he served as elder. He later was named an honorary elder.

He was a 32nd degree Mason, having been a member of the Masonic lodge for more than 50 years. He was a member of the Blue lodge, Consistory, Commandery and the Shrine. He at one time served as a member of the Urbana school board.

Dr. Dingman was married July 7, 1908, to Abbie Burrell. She died in 1931. He was married to Lucille Cue Nov. 28, 1932. She survives.

Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Gary Van Slyke of East Greenwich, R.I; a brother, Verne, of Los Angeles, and 2 grandchildren.

Services: Friday at 2 p.m. in the Urbana Christian church. After the Christian church is filled, persons wishing to go to the services may go to the Methodist church, which will have a sound hookup with the Christian church. The Rev. Oscar E. Barrow will officiate.

Burial: Urbana cemetery. Friends may call at the Fry-Holland funeral home in Vinton after 1:30 Thursday or at the Christian church after 9 a.m. Friday.

He was buried in March 1960 at Urbana Cemetery, Urbana, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #60015235.
Note: Evening Times-Republican, Marshalltown, Iowa; Tuesday,
17 Sep 1918; p.3; (Newspapers.com):

Dr. Marshall E. Dingman, of Urbana has received a commission as first lieutenant in the medical corps and will likely be assigned to a station very soon. Dr. Dingman was born in Urbana and has been practicing medicine here for the past fifteen years.

However, the following article from 1951 says the medical authorities in the area declared the "community need" for him was too great to release his for military duty.

Article -"Urbana Will Honor Doctor Saturday," The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Thursday, 13 Sep 1951; p.9; (Newspapers.com):

Urbana Will Honor Doctor Saturday
Fifty Years Of Practice For Dingman

Urbana--When the doctors brought prescriptions into his father's drug store, young Marshall Dingman studied them, went to his father's books to find what they were for.

He was just a boy then, still going to high school or to Schroeder's academy.

Today Marshall E. Dingman is a doctor--the general practitioner who has been caring for the ill and injured in his area for nearly 50 years.

And on Saturday this community and a host of friends from nearby cities and towns will join in honor of Dr. Dingman.

Saturday will be "Dr. Dingman day" in Urbana.
"Doc" is a great baseball fan ("I guess I've seen most of the majors play at one time or another"). And it seems particularly appropriate that the babies Doc has brought into the world around Urbana have grown up and will field a nine on the ball diamond against a team picked from among Doc's "babies" in Walker and Center Point.

The fracas is scheduled to start at 1:30 Saturday.
Doc will be on hand to attend to all injuries in this battle royal.

Following the ball game there ill be a band concert by the Urbana school band in the park opposite the bank.

There will be a prize for the oldest "Dr. Dingman baby" to show at the celebration. The youngest may also be there.

During his years of medical practice here, Dr. Dingman has brought more than 3,000 children into the world. First of these was Marshall Brody, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brody. Brody now lives in Marshfield, Wis. Last baby case at which Dr. Dingman attended was that for the arrival of a son to the George Halsteads of Vinton. That child was born Sept. 7.

Marshall E. Dingman was born near Urbana Dec. 16, 1879. And you might say that he's never left home.

His parents were Mr. and Mrs. George Dingman. The boy, Marshall, attended Urbana schools. He, together with the late C. D. Moore, one-time manager of the All-Iowa fair in Cedar Rapids, were the first to be graduated from Urbana's 12-year high school, in 1896. Previous to their time, the schools had gone no further than the tenth grade. The two boys, together with Irene Knight, were the first graduates, two years later, of the Schroeder academy, a kind of junior college in Urbana.

In 1898 Marshall Dingman was enrolled in the University of Iowa as a medical student.

Graduated in 1902, Dr. Dingman began the practice of medicine in Urbana.

He was then 22, unmarried and living with his parents. His father was operating the drug store which had started in 1883 and which he ran until 1918.

Young Dr. Dingman opened his office in what had formerly been the cobbler's shop of J. D. Marshall, grandfather of Verne and the late Clare Marshall of Cedar Rapids. The building today houses Jones Barber shop here. In 1906 Dr. Dingman moved into a new brick building. His offices since have occupied those quarters.

A few days after he started the practice of medicine in Urbana, Dr. Dingman went home and in front of his parents he figuratively polished his fingernails on the lapel of his coat while he told them: "I've got a patient in Cedar point."

Today Dr. Dingman's practice embraces a host of towns in and around Urbana. He makes regular, sometimes daily calls to sick folks who summon him to their homes in Center Point, Walker, Troy Mills, Brandon, Toddville, Vinton Quasqueton, Palo and Shellsburg.

Although this sounds like a laborious assignment, Dr. Dingman, soon to be 72, thinks things have leveled off a great deal from the early days of his medical practice.

He's not forgetting the long drives with the horse and buggy over uncertain and sometimes impassable roads. He remembers the times when people came to him in sleds, and the night he fell into a ravine during a snow storm.

"The storm was so bad we had to put blankets over the heads of the horses to get them to face it," the doctor remembers. "We came to a ravine. On the other side another sled was waiting to take me on. I stepped off one bank, disappeared almost out of sight in the snow. First thing I knew someone was yelling 'Whereinthehell is doc'."

Dr. Dingman remembers well the days when it took three or four hours to call on a patient. Today he can do the same job in 30 minutes, because of cars and better roads.

"Furthermore," the doctor says, "85 percent of a doctor's patients today come to his office to see him. I've been reading this series of stories in The Gazette. I want to argue that, although there may be fewer doctors in some areas today, they can accomplish so much more than they used to. Furthermore: It's my firm conviction that, when a doctor spends all the time he must today in preparation for his profession, he ought to have the right to practice where and at what he pleases."

Dr. Dingman's "worst" experience in the practice of medicine was during the influenza epidemic of 1918.

"I had two teams and a single driving horse. I had two men working for me and I worked them so hot and heavy they couldn't take it. It was nothing to start the day early and finish it early -- around 2:30 or 3:30 the next morning. There wasn't a house at which you stopped but you found a message there that someone else wanted you."

Commissioned to serve as a medical officer in the U.S. army, Dr. Dingman was held back because medical authorities in the area declared the "community need" for him was too great to release him for military duty.

Dr. Dingman has been amazed at the strides which have been made in medicine and surgery in the last 40 years or so.

"Modern medicine has, at the very least, added 10 years to man's life," he says today.

If Dr. Dingman had it all to do over again, he'd probably choose the same profession.

"There's no more noble calling," he says today. "People ask a country doctor for his advice on matters financial, matrimonial -- everything, in addition to medicine.

"And if people only knew it, they should tell the truth to, of all people, their doctor and their lawyer. Both of them could help a lot more if they had the truth."

Dr. Dingman doesn't look his nearly 72 years. He doesn't have a gray hair in his head. He's active. His stride is that of a much younger man.

He doesn't plan to retire. "Inactivity kills people. I'll work until I'm 100, take a 10-year rest and start all over again."

Meanwhile the doctor will get in his usual hunting and fishing, his usual overland trips.

His own formula for longevity?
"Don't worry unnecessarily. Let the other fellow worry if he wants to. But don't you do it. Worry kills people, too.

Only off-duty time Dr. Dingman has claimed beyond his annual vacations was more than two months he was gone in 1930 when he was hospitalized and in a serious condition following an automobile accident.

An honorary elder of the Urbana Christian church, Dr. Dingman is a member of the Consistory, a Thirty-second degree Mason. he has served on the Urbana board of education for 12 years and on the town council for six years.

He is a member of the Benton County medical Society, the Iowa State Medical Society, the American Medical association and is on the medical staffs of both St. Luke's and Mercy hospitals in Cedar Rapids.

Dr. and Mrs. Dingman have one child, a daughter, Belinha, who will enter Iowa State Teachers college as a freshman student this fall.

Article - "You and Iowa," The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Sunday, 23 Sep 1951; p.18; (Newspapers.com):

Dr. Marshall E. Dingman honored recently by Urbana for 50 years of service as a physician, has given a financial helping hand to many college students. His aid program probably has amounted to thousands of dollars down through the years. But only one borrower, Dr. Dingman said, failed to pay him back. "If he figures he doesn't owe me that $60 I won't ask him for it," Dr. Dingman said.


  1. [S135] 1880 Federal Census, Benton County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0326; FHL #1254326.

James William Dingus

M, b. 12 February 1874, d. 27 September 1932
     James William Dingus was born on 12 February 1874 at Ohio.1 He married Anna May West on 29 April 1899 at Guernsey Co., OH, After Anna died in 1903, James remarried to Flossie L. Somers in 1905. James William Dingus died on 27 September 1932 at Noble Co., OH, at age 58. He was buried, no record of burial. Findagrave #180011831.

Child of James William Dingus and Anna May West


  1. [S177] 1900 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1273; FHL #1241273.

Jeffrey Lee Dingus

M, b. 11 April 1971, d. 14 May 1987
     Jeffrey Lee Dingus was born on 11 April 1971 at Columbus, Franklin Co., OH. He died on 14 May 1987 at age 16 Murdered.

Viola Dingus

F, b. 19 February 1900, d. 29 September 1932
     Viola Dingus was born on 19 February 1900 at Salesville, Guernsey Co., OH.1,2 She was the daughter of James William Dingus and Anna May West. Viola Dingus married James Ellsworth Stillion, son of James Maxwell Stillion and Rhoda Frances Starr, on 28 July 1924 at Guernsey Co., OH. Viola Dingus died on 29 September 1932 at Noble Co., OH, at age 32.

Child of Viola Dingus and James Ellsworth Stillion


  1. [S177] 1900 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1273; FHL #1241273.
  2. [S1605] 1930 Federal Census, Noble County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1859; FHL #2341593.

Annie Dingwall1

     Annie Dingwall married Henry Smith.1

Child of Annie Dingwall and Henry Smith


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 578.

Anna Margaret Salome Dinkel

F, b. 6 April 1736, d. 29 June 1813
     Anna Margaret Salome Dinkel married Philip Caspar Spengler. Anna Margaret Salome Dinkel was born on 6 April 1736 at Strasburg, Alsace, (now France). She died on 29 June 1813 at York Co., PA, at age 77.

Child of Anna Margaret Salome Dinkel and Philip Caspar Spengler

Mary Dinko

F, b. 1 August 1900, d. 16 August 1993
     Mary Dinko was born on 1 August 1900 at Irwin, Westmoreland Co., PA.1 She married Frank Ruszin. Mary Dinko died on 16 August 1993 at age 93

Obituary -- The Baltimore Sun; Baltimore, Maryland; Tuesday, August 17, 1993; Other Editions, Page 31 (Newspapers.com):

On August 16, 1993, MARY (nee Dinko), formerly of Glen Burnie, beloved wife of the late Frank Ruszin, devoted mother of Marguerite Bishop, Elizabeth Switzer, Veronica Ruszin, Paul M. Ruszin, Sr. Thomas E. Ruszin Sr., and the late Frank Ruszin Jr., sister of Barbara Bodnar of Vienna, VA. Also survived by twelve grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Ruszin rests at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 Wilkens avenue, where a Christian Prayer Service will be held on Wednesday at 8 P.M. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday at 10:00 A.M. in the Patronage of the Mother of God Catholic Church. Interment in St. Michael's Ukranian Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.

Child of Mary Dinko and Frank Ruszin


  1. [S4818] 1940 Federal Census, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 3504.

Rosella Dinn

     Rosella Dinn married Oliver Franklin Snyder, son of John Benton Snyder and Catherine A. Davis, on 18 November 1891.1

Children of Rosella Dinn and Oliver Franklin Snyder


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 685.

Linda Lou Dinsmore

F, b. 14 February 1946, d. 28 March 2016
     Linda Lou Dinsmore was born on 14 February 1946. She was the daughter of Robert Owen Dinsmore and Beulah Irene Clemens. Linda Lou Dinsmore died on 28 March 2016 at age 70.

Robert Owen Dinsmore

M, b. 10 December 1917, d. 26 November 1991
     Robert Owen Dinsmore was also known as "Bob". He was born on 10 December 1917 at Moundsville, Marshall Co., WV; son of Sylvester O. and Emma (Smith) Dinsmore. He married Beulah Irene Clemens, daughter of Earl Oglebay Clemens and Sara J. Phillips, on 15 April 1939 at Fourth Presbyterian Church, Washington, Washington Co., PA. Robert Owen Dinsmore began military service on 31 August 1943 WW II service, U.S. Army, discharged 14 MAR 1946. He died on 26 November 1991 at age 73. He was buried in November 1991 at Forest Lawn Gardens, McMurray, Washington Co., PA, Findagrave #213856698.

Children of Robert Owen Dinsmore and Beulah Irene Clemens

Shirley Ann Dinsmore

F, b. 12 March 1945, d. 18 June 2019
     Shirley Ann Dinsmore was born on 12 March 1945 at Alamogordo, Otero Co., NM. She was the daughter of Robert Owen Dinsmore and Beulah Irene Clemens. Shirley Ann Dinsmore died on 18 June 2019 at Washington, Washington Co., PA, at age 74

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Shirley A. Baker, 74, of Washington, died Tuesday, June 18, 2019, in Premier Washington Health Center.

She was born March 12, 1945, in Alamogordo, New Mexico, a daughter of the late Robert O. Dinsmore and Beulah Clemens Dinsmore.

Mrs. Baker graduated from Trinity High School in 1963. She was a homemaker who enjoyed her family, her cats (Elsa, Smokey, Tigger, and Simba), cooking, and crossword puzzles.

On June 11, 1965, she married Clarence O. Baker, Jr. “Tim”, who survives.

Also surviving are two sons, Tim O. (Brenda Ingram) and Tom and his wife Dawn Baker, all of Washington; two grandchildren, Lauren Baker of Washington and Brittany Murray of Philadelphia.

Deceased is a sister, Linda Mersch. Surviving is a brother-in-law Charles “Will” Mersch and niece Kerry Kenny all of Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Public visitation will not be held. Private interment will take place in National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.

William G. Neal Funeral Homes.

She was buried in 2019 at National Cemetery of the Alleghenies, Cecil Twp., Washington Co., PA, Findagrave #200322257.

Jane Bell Dinwiddie

F, b. 25 September 1784, d. 26 September 1853
     Jane Bell Dinwiddie was born on 25 September 1784 at Washington Co., TN. She married David Rankin circa 1801. Jane Bell Dinwiddie died on 26 September 1853 at Greene Co., TN, at age 69.

Children of Jane Bell Dinwiddie and David Rankin

Elizabeth Dion

F, b. 8 July 1922
     Elizabeth Dion was born on 8 July 1922. She married John Preston Pittenger, son of Ulysses Blaine Pittenger and Bessie Olive Davis, on 16 October 1944.