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Katherine A. Grimes

Katherine A. Grimes
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Short Name: Katherine A. Grimes
Full Name: Grimes, Katharine Atherton, 1877-1967
Birth Year: 1877
Death Year: 1967

Born: April 26, 1877, Argentine, Michigan.
Died: September 3, 1967, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.
Buried: Calvary Cemetery, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.

Grimes was the first child of Stephen and Ada Potter Atherton, and had seven brothers. In 1900, she married broom maker Elliot Grant Grimes in Vernon, Michigan. She had a stepdaughter, Corabelle Grimes Shorden, one son, Leon Elliot Grimes, and an adopted daughter, Mary Patricia Green Jacobs. She became a writer at an early age, and worked as an editor for the Southern Agriculturist magazine in Nashville, Tennessee. In addition to writing, she was an accomplished pianist and a music teacher. In 1920, she and her son Leon worked for Dr. William Fewkes of the Smithsonian Institute, exploring the Anasazi Indian ruins at Mesa Verde, Colorado. In later years, she formed her own business, "Writer’s Aid," whereby she took a writers’ manuscripts and corrected and prepared them for submission for publication.

--www.hymntime.com/tch/


Texts by Katherine A. Grimes (23)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A little while to wait, and watch and wonderKatherine A. Grimes (Author)2
Are you worn with griefs and fearsKatharine Atherton Grimes (Author)4
Christ a wondrous work has given youKatherine A. Grimes (Author)3
Go carry his love to the hearts of menKatharine Atherton Grimes (Author)2
God made a garden to restKatharine A. Grimes (Author)2
He hath given us the wordKatharine A. Grimes (Author)2
I can look across the valley of the shadowKatherine A. Grimes (Author)2
I do not know how Jesus cameKatherine A. Grimes (Author)2
I know the Lord has mercyKatharine A. Grimes (Author)2
I want to live that I may learnKatherine A. Grimes (Author)2
In heaven there dwells a mighty KingKatherine A. Grimes (Author)2
Once a tempest was raging on GalileeKatherine A. Grimes (Author)2
One day at a time God gives us the yearKatherine Atherton Grimes (Author)4
Sounds of battle ring upon the airKatharine Atherton Grimes (Author)6
Steady and true in the upward wayKatherine A. Grimes (Author)13
Teach me Thy will, O Lord, teach me Thy wayKatharine A. Grimes (Author)29
This world is not a place for gloomKatharine A. Grimes (Author)8
We are heralds of the MasterKatharine Atherton Grimes (Author)3
We are heralds of the Master Going forth at His commandAtherton Katherine (Author)2
Weary soul by sin oppressed, Spend one hour with JesusKatharine A. Grimes (Author)27
When waves of sin had drifted meKatherine A. Grimes (Author)6
With armor bright, strong in hisKatherine A. Grimes (Author)2
Wondrous their mystery, glorious their historyKatherine A. Grimes (Author)3
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