The Life of John M. Grim

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Grim, John Marriage Announcement and Obituary

Civil War Union Army Veteran 12 Jul 1861 to 16 Jul 1864. Private, Co K, 6th Iowa Infantry. Wounded thigh and arm 25 Nov 1863 at Battle Missionary Ridge TN. 207 So Cherry. JOHN M. GRIM, farmer, P. O. Olathe; was born in Perry County, OH 1843, and a farmer and blacksmith. In March, 1860, he moved to Hillsborough, Henry Co., Iowa. In July, 1861, he enlisted in Company K, Sixth Iowa Infantry, and served three years. In 1865, he engaged in stock business in Wapello County, IA. Two years later removed to Platte County, Mo., where he remained until he came to Kansas, March 1877. He has one of the finest improved farms in Olathe Township; on his place is a fine orchard and residence. Mr. G. is largely engaged in breeding blooded horses and raising graded cattle. William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas Emma Terrell and John M. Grim were married Monday at 2pm, 07 July at the home of the bride's mother on Cherry Street by Rev. Edwin McNutt of the Prebysterian Church. There were a few immediate friends and relative. The wedding trip was to Colorado and Utah that lasted three weeks. They are to live in Olathe. The groom is in the grocery business. Olathe Johnson County Births, Deaths and Marriages July 1902.
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