Had Relatives Here
Mrs. Grimes Passes Away After Years of Suffering
Mrs. Bessie Grimes, wife of R. W. Grimes, of Hadensville, and a sister of Messrs. J. B. Allensworth, of this city, P. H. Allensworth of Nashville, died at her home Sunday morning of bronchial trouble. She had been in bad health for several years. She was 45 years old and leaves a husband and two children, a daughter aged 15, and a son aged 18 years. Mrs. Grimes was a member of the Christian Church and a lady held in the highest esteem by a large circle of friends many of whom reside in this county. Mr. J. B. Allensworth attended the burial which took place Monday near Keysburg
Hopkinsville Kentuckian Oct 1900


Sean Patrick Grimes infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dickey Grimes, died Tuesday at Community Methodist Hospital.
He is also survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Grimes and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scholar of Henderson; His great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Scholar and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Blake, all of Henderson, Dorothy Jones of Evansville; and his great-great-grandfather C. J. Miller of Lake Charles, La.
Arrangements are pending at Tapp Funeral home, where friends may call after 5 p.m.
Nov 1980 Henderson Gleaner


Russellville Herald
Last Thursday night Virgil Grimes, a middle aged man, hung himself near his home in the vicinity of Richelieu.
The suicide had been in bad health for some time, and has been in the asylum at Hopkinsville. Saturday night he became very violent, and his wife went to a neighbors to get assistance.
While she was gone he left the house and was not found till about nine o'clock Sunday morning, when he was found dead. There was a cut in his neck whether made by the rope with which he hung himself or whether he attempted to cut his throat, we are not informed. He was of a respectable family and has several children.
Hopkinsville New Era
June 1886

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