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Charles Grymes

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Rainham, Kent, England
Death: Died in Gloucester, Virginia, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of John Grymes and (No Name)
Husband of Katherine Grymes
Father of Katherine Dedman Alias Sarah Grymes

Occupation: Minister
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About Rev. Charles Grymes

Rev. Charles Grymes, an Anglican minister in England was caught up in the emerging conflicts associated with the Puritans. Evidently he had to flee to the new colony of Virginia.

Charles Grymes came to VA by 1644. He was rector of New Poquoson Parish (later named Charles Parish in York Co.) Later he was rector of Purton/Popular Spring Church, Petsworth Parish, Gloucester Co., VA. Charles owned large tracks on land on the Rappahannock River in Lancaster Co., VA.

About 1657, Rev. Charles Grymes married Katherine, the widow of William Debnam. They were the parents of one son, Col. John Grymes, I.


http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/h/o/Peter-A-Rhodes/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-1765.html CHARLES GRIMES died date unknown. He married CATHERINE.

Children of CHARLES GRIMES and CATHERINE are:

   +JOHN GRIMES, b. 1680, LOUDOUN CO., VA., d. date unknown.

Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Under the Editorial Supervision of Lyon Gardiner Tyler Volume 1 by Lyon Gardiner Tyler (Author) [Page 249]

     Grymes, Charles, of "Moratico," Richmond county, was a grandson of Rev. Charles Grymes, who came from England to Virginia and was minister of Hampton parish, York county, in 1645. He was son of John Grymes and Alice Townley, his wife, and brother of Hon. John Grymes, of "Brandon." He was justice from 1721; sheriff, 1724, 1725, and member of the house of burgesses. He was educated at William and Mary College, married Frances, daughter of Hon. Edmund Jenings, and died in 1743. 

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____________________________ Rev. Charles Grymes, an Anglican minister in England was caught up in the emerging conflicts with the Puritans. Evidently he had to flee to the new colony of Virginia. Charles Grymes came to VA by 1644. He was rector of New Poquoson Parish (later named Charles Parish in York County). Later he was rector of Purton-Popular Springs Church, Petsworth Parish, Gloucester County, VA. Charles owned large tracks of land on the Rappahannock River in Lancaster County, VA. About 1657, Rev. Charles Grymes married Katherine, the widow of William Debnam. They were the parents of one son, Col. John Grymes, I.

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Rev. Charles Grymes's Timeline

1612
1612
Kent, England
1626
1626
Age 14
Igtham, Kent, England
1672
1672
Age 60
Gloucester, Virginia, USA