History of Greene
CHRISTIAN GRIM, farmer and stock-grower, son of
Keziah (Courtwright) Grim, was born in Greene County, Penn.,
12, 1859. His parents were also natives
of this county, and of German origin.
His father was a farmer during his lifetime.
Christian Grim is the eldest of three children,
and was reared on the home farm, receiving his education in the common
schools. He is a successful farmer, and
has the management of his own and Mrs. Grim’s farm, amounting in all to
acres. His wife was the widow of the
late Madison, son of Peter Ullom, a native of Aleppo Township. Mr. and Mrs. Ullom were the parents of five
viz.—Eliza, wife of Isaac McCracken; Isaac B., a student of Delaware
Ohio; Clara, Lantz H. and Thomas H. Mrs.
Grim’s maiden name was Melissa Hupp. She
is a daughter of Isaac Hupp, and of German and English lineage. Mr. and Mrs. Grim were married September 7,
1881. They are member of the Church of God.
They have three children—Flora, John C. and Ella.
Mr. Grim is a deacon in the church. In
politics he is a Democrat.
History of Greene County,
Samuel P. Bates
Nelson, Rishforth & Co., Chicago.
Transcribed by Annette Bame Peebles
The Greene County,
Biographies Project –
Date of Transcription: 5 June 2007
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