From the MADISON COUNTY DEMOCRAT, March 1, 1932
Brother of County Resident Dies
Charles A. Grim, aged 85 years, a brother of Howard S. Grim of Mt. Sterling, died at his home in Eber, Wednesday afternoon at 12:15 o'clock. Infirmities of old age caused his death. He had been confined to his bed the past three weeks.
Mr. Grim was one of the older prominent citizens of Fayette County. At one time, he was engaged in the grocery business at Parrett's Station and later engaged in farming.
Two daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Sollars, of Eber, Miss Bessie Marie, at home, and four sons, Carey A. Grim of Huntington, W. Va., Floyd H. and John W. of Columbus, Howard S. of Mt. Sterling, and Arthur E. Grim of Washington C.H., survive.
The funeral was held Friday afternoon at four o'clock at the home followed by burial in the Madison Mills Cemetery.
[The Madison County Democrat was obviously lax in gathering facts. Charles A. Grim was the FATHER of Howard S. Grim, not a brother.]
From the MADISON COUNTY DEMOCRAT, February 26, 1932
AGED MAN DIES
Charles A. Grimm, 85, father of Patrolman John W. Grimm, of the Columbus Police Department, died Wednesday at his hime in Eber, Fayette County. He leaves four other sons, Carey and Floyd, of Columbus, Arthur of Washington C.H., and Howard of Cook Station, and two daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Sollars and Miss Bessie Grim, of Eber.
The funeral service was held at 4 p.m. today at the residence, with burial in Madison Mills Cemebery by E.T. Snyder of Mt. Sterling.