Eastern North Carolina Digital Library

Authors

Gage, George W.
The homeward trail
1916
Gardner, James Brown, b. 1842
Gardner, James Brown, b. 1842
General education board
General Society of the Daughters of the Revolution. North Carolina
In ancient Albemarle
1914
Geological Survey (U.S.)
Godwin, Adolphus Pilston
Goerch, Carl, 1891?-1974
Goff, George Paul
Goldsboro (N.C.)
Goldsboro (N.C.)
Goldston, E. F. (Eugene Frizzell), 1905-
Goodman, K. V. (Kenneth Veryl), b. 1905.
Goodman, K.V. (Kenneth Veryl), b. 1905
Grace Episcopal Church (Whiteville, N.C.)
Grady, Henry A.
Graham, William A. (William Alexander), 1804-1875
Greenlaw, Edwin Almiron, 1874-1931
Greenville (N.C.)
Greenville High School (Greenville, N. C.)
Greenwood, Bernard
Griffin, William A.
Grimes, J. Bryan (John Bryan), 1868-1923
$600 reward!
1891
Grimes, J. Bryan (John Bryan), 1868-1923
$1800 reward
1891
Grimes, J. Bryan (John Bryan), 1868-1923
Grimes, J. Bryan (John Bryan), 1868-1923
Grimes, J. Bryan (John Bryan), 1868-1923
Author Bio for: Grimes, J. Bryan (John Bryan), 1868-1923

John Bryan Grimes (3 June 1868-11 Jan, 1923), was born in Pitt County, the son of Bryan Grimes and Charlotte Emily Bryan. He became Secretary of State for North Carolina in 1900 and served until his death in 1923. While in office, Grimes worked to make available to the public historical materials such as wills and maps that had been collected in the Secretary of State's office. Grimes promoted the state, its resources, and history in pamphlets and in speeches throughout the state and nation.

Jesse Worley

Powell, William S. ed. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, Vol. 2, D-G. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1986

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