the Grimes (family) tree connection
Almost any activity promoted among kindred by this website meets that criterion.
a full list of the website's pages (site map)
try this if formatting of this page appears ragged
help for computer newcomers
Who are the descendants of William Grimes II (1813-1902)
News and announcements for and about the descendants of William Grimes II (1813-1902)
The Annual Grimes Family Reunion and related business, of the descendants of William Grimes II (1813-1902)
Our Grimes family directory of living descendants of William Grimes II (1813-1902) and their Spouses:
Our Grimes Family Tree, principally regarding Rufus Grimes's book,
The Grimes-Llewellyn Families 1635-1972 and the updating process for a Revised Edition.
Planned editions and versions are described.
Grimes lines is a reserved section and/or website to provide for an online presence to and for other Grimes lines RELATED or UNRELATED to our own and/or collateral lines to our own.
www.grimestree.net is a cool tool. It's my space Grimes family style, itís beyond chatting with kindred.
The website's specifics, mission, history, plans, and considerations.
Current mirror websites for grimestree.net are:
these and the sites below may be accessed with or without "www"
The Grimes (Family) Reunion is designated as a PARTNER by the Spring Green Preservation Fund, Inc. The Fund is an independent, chartered non-profit corporation, and donations to the Fund are tax-deductable. The direct predecessor organization of the Fund, the Spring Green Renovation Project the led by our late Earnest Capps, was a spin-off of our Reunion and its members. The current Fund website and mirror site are:
The Grimes Coat of Arms at the top of the page was granted to Thomas Grimes of London in 1575.
Send comments, suggestions, and inquires by e-mail to:
firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: comments & inquires
Send comments, suggestions, and inquires by postal service to:
T. L. Grimes
950 Tender Drive
Apex, NC 27502 USA
Updated November 05, 2011