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Descendants of Benjamin Grimes (1796-1849) : an Ohio pioneer family genealogical resource, Ross, Pickaway, and Pike Counties

compiled by Alden R. Grimes
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Evanston, Illinois : A.R. Grimes, 1989
1 v. in various pagings

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Benjamin Grimes (1796-1849) was the son of John Grimes (1768-1804) and Sarah King of Prince Georges Co., Maryland. She was the daughter of Edward King and Rebackah Duckett of Prince Georges Co. His mother remarried after his father died to John Williams. Later, they moved to Prince William Co., VA and to Ross Co., Ohio in 1808. They settled near Bourneville in Twin Twp. Benjamin married four times: (1) Sarah Anthony (1794-1820), (2) Ruth Chenoweth (1799-1833), (3) Nancy Graham (1815-1838) and (4) Sarah (Sallie) Ruth Meekings (1818- 1890). He was the father of fifteen children by his four wives. Most of the family remained in Ross, Pickaway and Pike counties, however Henry Harrison Grimes moved with his mother Sallie, and four other siblings to Belton, Cass Co., Missouri.

Includes Bitzer, Bowman, Clark, Cleary, Coover, Dunlop, Howard, Hyde, Immell, Kirk, Kirkpatrick, Moore, Peck, Porter, Shasteen, Tarbill, Voelker, Warner, Weatherson and other related families.

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