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In particular, I want to thank Carol Anderson and Rosemarie Karlen for providing most of the background on South Dakota Grimshaws as I was getting started on this project.Thanks (posthumously) also go to their Aunt Lyra (Albert) Hodgin for providing information that she had written (described below on this webpage) to the author, and to her son Al Hodgin, for giving access to Lyra’s files after she died in 1996.However, they lived out their lives in South Dakota and are buried at Presho.They had six children, one of whom (Nettie Estelle) died of scarlet fever at age 6.The five surviving children also lived their lives in South Dakota, and in nearby Sioux City, Iowa. Oacoma Records of Lewis and Clark Expedition Stopover at American Crow Creek in 1804Excerpt 1. By Richard Dillon, Meriwether Lewis Biographer Historical Context: South Dakota History During the Time of George and Aris Footnotes and References This webpage begins (after giving appropriate credits) with a photo of George and Aris, and then group photos of their children.
When George was about 13 years old, the family emigrated to the U. and settled in the area around Richland Center, Wisconsin.Information on George’s ancestors can be found on the webpage on George’s parents, John and Mary Ann Grimshaw (click here) and grandparents, George and Charlotte (Menard) Grimshaw (click here). A map of the area around Oacoma is then presented, with the most important locations for the family history indicated and described.Map of Oacoma and Chamberlain Area, Showing Important Locations for George & Aris Family History Location on American Crow Creek Where the Albert and Grimshaw Families Settled in 1902Final Resting Place of George and Aris Grimshaw George Grimshaw in the Dorothy (Zastrow) Grimshaw Photo Album Summaries of Lyman County and Oacoma History Excerpt 1. A photo of one of the most important family history sites is provided after the map.Aris would have then been about 66, and was to live another 14 years, until 1929.Group Photo of George and Aris (Ladd) Grimshaw and their first four children.