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Descendants of Jonathan Taylor Grimes

compiled by Alden R. Grimes
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Evanston, Illinois : A.R. Grimes, 1988
89 leaves : ill., facsim., port.

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This is a pre-publication excerpt of the volume 2 (which is still in preparation) to work entitled: The Grimes family / [compiled by Emma E. Grimes ; completed (after her death) by her sisters, Mary A. Grimes and Ella A. Eustis. Minneapolis, Minn. : Lund Press, c1946. As such a pre-publication excerpt, this is treated as a separate work.

Jonathan Taylor Grimes (1818-1903) was a direct descendant in the eighth generation of Charles Grymes (b.1612), the English immigrant to York County, Virginia. Jonathan was the first child of George Grimes (1790-1869) and Elizabeth Donahoe. In 1839 he moved from Virginia to Ross County, Ohio and then to Chicago, whereupon he turned back to land near Terre Haute, Indiana. He married Eliza Angeline Gordon in 1843, and in 1855 they moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Some descendants became Mormons, and lived in Utah, California and elsewhere. Other descendants immigrated to Alberta and elsewhere in Canada. Most descendants and relatives lived in Indiana, Minnesota, Washington, California, New York, Maryland, Virginia and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Edgerly, Isaacson, Johnson, Jones, Lindley, Lyman, Vesledahl and related families.

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