Descendants of Deacon Edmund RICE . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Sep 2021

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Nathan RICE

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Nathan RICE [QQ3052, w769] (Abishai4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 26 Sep 1726 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p69},2 {p118},45 {p12}, son of Abishai RICE and Frances RICE. He died in 17572 {p118}.

He married Mehitable BALDWIN 23 Apr 1751 at Leicester, MA, both of Leicester1 {p69},2 {p118},45 {p12},113 {p197},112. She was born 28 Nov 1725 at Charlestown, MA67 {p288},413 {p50}, daughter of James BALDWIN and Mary STOVER.

    Children of Nathan RICE and Mehitable BALDWIN:

i
Jemima RICE [QQ119824], born 9 Mar 1752 at Leicester (Spencer), MA112,2 {118, 205}. She died 19 Apr 1838, (18th per gravestone), aged 86y at Leicester, MA (under the name Lamb)113,112. She was buried at Spencer, MA, in Old Cemetery112.

She married David LAMB 6 Nov 1773 at Spencer112,2 {118, 205}. He was born 14 Dec 1739 at Leicester, MA113, died 26 Apr 1814, aged 74y at Leicester113,112, was buried at Spencer, MA, in Old Cemetery112, son of Jonathan LAMB and Elizabeth RICHARDSON.
ii
Mehitable RICE [QQ119826], born 27 Mar 1754 at Spencer112,2 {p118}. There is some confusion between the two nearly contemporary Mehitabel Rices of Worcester County, one (WRN 1487) the daughter of Jedediah and Mehitabel (Cutter) Rice, and the other (not mentioned by Ward) the daughter of Nathan and Mehitabel (Baldwin) Rice. Ward states that the first of these was the bride of Rand White of Spencer, while the Rice Gen'l Register assigns that role to the second one. The available evidence is not compelling for either one. For example, the death record of the widowed Mehitabel (Rice) White gives an estimated birth in 1752, while the two candidates were born, respectively in 1750 and 1754. Still, the relative rarity of the name Mehitabel suggests that one or the other is likely to be the bride. For want of better evidence, we are following Ward. For the descendants of Rand and Mehitabel, see the other (WRN 1487).1 {p112},2 {p118}
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Phebe RICE [QQ119828], born 17 Mar 1756 at Spencer112,2 {118, 205}. She died 1 Aug 1829, (1828 per Rice Gen'l Register), aged 73y at Hubbardston, MA (under the name Warren)242,2 {p205}. She was buried at Hubbardston, in Center Cemetery242.

She married first, Samuel GARFIELD Jr 4 Oct 1774 at Spencer, MA112,2 {118, 205}. He was baptized 29 Nov 1747 at Leicester (Spencer), MA112, died 25 Dec 1775, aged 29y at Spencer, MA112,2 {p205}, was buried at Spencer, in Old Cemetery112, son of Benjamin GARFIELD and Abigail HERINGTON.

She married second, Ebenezer WARREN 30 Mar 1780 at Spencer, listed as Ebenezer of Leicester112,2 {118, 205}. He was born 9 Jun 1754 at Leicester, MA113, died 17 Sep 1819, aged 65y at Hubbardston, MA242,2 {p205}, son of Ebenezer WARREN and Lydia HARRINGTON.

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Phineas RICE

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Phineas RICE [QQ3053, w770] (Abishai4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 7 Nov 1728 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p69},14 {p25}, son of Abishai RICE and Frances RICE. He died after 1818 at Guilford, VT14 {p25}.

He married Lament. She died 26 Jul 1789 at Guilford14 {p25}. They had 8 children.14 {p26}

    Children of Phineas RICE and Lament:

i
Abigail RICE [QQ181325], born about 1760 at Guilford14 {26, 51}. She died 28 Nov 1843, (or 22 Nov 1845)14 {26, 51}.

She married Phillip MAXWELL 22 Jun 178014 {26, 51}. He was born 22 Dec 1753 at Rehoboth, MA, (not found in the published records)14 {p51}, died 2 Mar 1817 at Guilford, VT14 {p51}.
ii
Phineas A. RICE [QQ181333], born 29 Mar 1786 at Guilford14 {p26}. He died in 1861 at Newburgh, NY14 {p26}.

He married Mary Howe CLARK about 181714 {p26}. She was thinly documented.

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James RICE

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James RICE [QQ3054, w771] (Abishai4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 7 Aug 1730 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p69},2 {p118},45 {p12}, son of Abishai RICE and Frances RICE.

He married Hannah GROVES 3 Jan 1754 at Brimfield, MA103,2 {p118},45 {p12}. She was thinly documented. They declared their intention to marry 9 Sep 1753 at Leicester, MA, listed as Hannah of Brimfield113 {p197}.

    Children of James RICE and Hannah GROVES:

i
Rebecca RICE [QQ119831], baptized 29 Jun 1755, (January per Rice Gen'l Register) at Brimfield, MA103,2 {p118}. She died 24 Aug 1757 at Brimfield103,2 {p118}.
ii
Abigail RICE [QQ119832], born 26 May 1757 at Brimfield103,2 {p118}.

She married Alexander STRONG 1 Jul 1779 at Brimfield103,2 {p118}. He was thinly documented.

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Captain Asa RICE

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Captain Asa RICE [QQ3055, w772] (Abishai4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 8 Feb 1731/32 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p69},45 {p12}, son of Abishai RICE and Frances RICE. He died 16 Aug 1806, aged 74y at Guilford, VT45 {p12},20 {3:247},56. He was buried at Guilford, in Blanchard Cemetery56. According to the Gale Papers held by the Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, Vermont, Asa served in the Revolutionary War, being chosen Ensign in the First Company of Guilford on June 29, 1775, and Captain in 1778. He made a will 2 Mar 1805 at Guilford, leaving $450 and some farming tools to his son Asa20 {3:247}. His will was proved 26 Aug 1806 at Marlboro, VT20 {3:247}.

He married Esther GOULD 23 Oct 1794 at Guilford, VT414. She was born 24 Oct 1773 at Warwick, MA414, died 1 Sep 1821 at Guilford, VT414, was buried at Guilford, in Blanchard Cemetery414.

    Children of Captain Asa RICE and Esther GOULD:

i
Abigail RICE [QQ191325], born 8 Apr 1794 at Guilford414.

She married WHITNEY. He was thinly documented.
ii
Asa RICE [QQ190660], born 2 Jan 1795 at Guilford, and the birth record also names Asa's parents and includes the births of his brothers, Joseph and Emery. However, the middle name "Noble" does not appear here or in other Vermont records415 {D:384},157. He died about 1880414. On 21 February 1817 Asa Rice entered into a land transaction at Brattleboro, VT. On 22 February Asa appeared before Justice of the Peace Lemuel Whitney in Guilford, Vermont to acknowledge a deed of sale, and the Town Clerk, Willard Martin, then entered the deed in the (Guilford, VT) town records. This deed of sale of Asa Rice 2nd's land to his wife Sally's brothers also makes mention of Asa's mother, his brother Daniel and his sister Esther.139

He married first, Sally MELLENDY 23 Apr 1816 at Guilford157. She was born 2 Mar 1798 at Guilford416 {p10}, daughter of Samuel MELLENDY and Sarah GALE.

He married second, BRADLEY. She was thinly documented. This name was in various handwritten notes obtained from several relatives, but I have not been able to determine its source and have not seen any other documentary references to it.
iii
Joseph RICE [QQ191129], born Jul 1799 at Guilford312,415 {p384}.
iv
Emery RICE [QQ191128], born Jul 1801 at Guilford415 {p384}.
v
Daniel RICE [QQ191329], born in 1803 at Guilford414.
vi
Catherine RICE [QQ191326], born in 1805 at Guilford414. She died 16 Aug 1806 at Guilford414. She was buried at Guilford, in Blanchard Cemetery.
vii
Esther RICE [QQ191330], born in 1807 at Guilford414.

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Micah RICE

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Micah RICE [QQ3057, w774] (Abishai4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 21 Jul 1735 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p69}, son of Abishai RICE and Frances RICE. He was also known as Micajah.

He married Silence RICE 1 Mar 1759 at Rutland District (Barre), MA97,1 {69, 72},45 {p27}. She was born 25 May 1739 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p72}, daughter of Deacon Jonas RICE and Jane HALL. She was living in 1824, in her 86th year1 {p125}. WARD indicates some concern at this marriage, although records appear to prove it out.1 {p125} They resided in 1760 at Guilford, VT, being the first resident1 {p125},45 {p27}.

    Children of Micah RICE and Silence RICE:

i
Sarah RICE [QQ60116], born 5 Sep 1759 at Guilford157,45 {p27}.
ii
Molly RICE [QQ60117], born 2 Mar 1761 at Guilford157,45 {p27}.
iii
Silence RICE [QQ60118], born 1 Jun 1763 at Guilford157,45 {p27}.
iv
Betsey RICE [QQ60119], born 29 Jul 1765 at Guilford157,45 {p27}.
v
Nathan RICE [QQ60120], born 5 Jul 1767 at Guilford157,45 {p27}.
vi
Asa RICE [QQ60121], born 24 Oct 1769 at Guilford157,45 {p27}.
vii
Hannah RICE [QQ60122], born 12 Feb 1772 at Guilford312,45 {p27}.

She married James CAMP 29 Jul 179045 {p27}. He was thinly documented.
viii
Lydia RICE [QQ60124], born 5 Sep 1774 at Guilford312,45 {p27}.

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Abishai RICE

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Abishai RICE [QQ3059, w776] (Abishai4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 14 Oct 1740 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p69}, son of Abishai RICE and Frances RICE. He died 5 Apr 1797 at Sandisfield, MA417,1 {p125},56. He was buried at Sandisfield, in Sandisfield Center Cemetery56. He resided at Sandisfield1 {p125}.

He married first, Rebecca, but the vital records of Sandisfield show no record of Rebecca1 {p69},45 {p27}. She was born about 1743 in probably Massachusetts.

He married second, Elizabeth WATSON. She was born about 1749, as calculated from her death record, died 15 Feb 1828, aged 78y at Sandisfield, MA (under the name Rice)417.

    Abishai RICE and Rebecca had no recorded children.

    Children of Abishai RICE and Elizabeth WATSON:

i
Chester RICE [QQ59042, w1686], born 29 Feb 1772 at Sandisfield417,2 {p275},45 {27, 50}. He died 11 Oct 185956. He was buried at Sandisfield, in Sandisfield Center Cemetery56. (WARD indicates that Chester had two wives.)

He married Pamela. She was born in Connecticut, according to her daughter Calista's census record398 {520:574.D19}, died 28 Aug 1844, aged 70y (under the name Rice)56, was buried at Sandisfield, MA, in Sandisfield Center Cemetery56. They resided at Sandisfield45 {p50}.
ii
Abisha RICE [QQ60126, w1668a], born 16 Jan 1774 at Sandisfield417,45 {p27}. He died 19 Jun 1787 at Sandisfield417,45 {p27}.
iii
Watson RICE [QQ59048, w1689], born 3 Jan 1776 at Sandisfield417,2 {p275},45 {p27}. Occupation: a rake maker, in 1850140 {617:382.A18}.

He married Hannah. She was born about 1778 in Massachusetts, as calculated from the 1850 census.
iv
Frances RICE [QQ59049, w1690], born 12 Feb 1778 at Sandisfield, MA417,45 {p27}.
v
Elizabeth RICE [QQ60128, w1692a], born 27 Mar 1781 at Sandisfield417,45 {p27}.
vi
Erastus RICE [QQ59046, w1688], born 1 Aug 1783 at Sandisfield417,1 {p125}. He died 3 Feb 1864, aged 80y 6m 2d at Newton, MA (under the name Royce), from heart disease179 {175:156.11},56. He was buried at Newton, in Newton Cemetery56.

He married first, Mary HULBERT 12 Mar 18121 {125, 205},45 {p50}. She was born 3 May 1791, (1792 per Ward) at Sandisfield, MA417,1 {p205},45 {p50}, died 11 Nov 1827, aged 35y (36 per gravestone) at Sandisfield (under the name Rice)417,45 {p50},56, was buried at Sandisfield, in Sandisfield Center Cemetery56, daughter of Eliphalet HULBERT and Mehitabel.

He married second, Hannah BROWN 18 Mar 1829 at Sandisfield (under the name Roberts)417,1 {p205},45 {p50}. She was born about 1785 in Massachusetts, as calculated from the 1850 census. They resided about 1830 at Sandisfield, MA1 {p205}.
vii
Huldah RICE [QQ59050, w1691], born 1 Jul 1785 at Sandisfield417,45 {p27}.
viii
Submit RICE [QQ59044, w1687], born 27 Oct 1787 at Sandisfield417,45 {p27}. She was living in 1854 at Salisbury, CT1 {p125}.

Married PORTER?. He was thinly documented. The birth record of her son Henry implies that she was unmarried at that time, but that the father was known or suspected.417

She married second, Unknown. He died before 18541 {p125}.
ix
Rebecca RICE [QQ59051, w1692].
x
Electa RICE [QQ60129, w1692b], born 26 Jun 1790 at Sandisfield, MA417,45 {p27}.
xi
Almira Smith RICE [QQ60130, w1692c]. She died 19 Apr 1795 at Sandisfield417,45 {p27}.
xii
Hannah Watson RICE [QQ60131, w1692d]. She died 2 Jan 1795 at Sandisfield417,45 {p27}.
xiii
Chester Knott RICE [QQ319493]. He died 21 Oct 1797 at Sandisfield417.

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Peter RICE

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Peter RICE [QQ3516, w776b] (Abishai4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 7 Jul 1748, (18th in Spencer per Rice Gen'l Register, but Spencer did not exist at that time) at Leicester, MA113,2 {p118},45 {p12}, son of Abishai RICE and Frances RICE. He died 24 Mar 1814 at Pittsford, VT2 {p118}.

He married Margaret COOLEY in 1785, (sic)2 {p118},45 {p12}. She was born 13 Nov 1757 at Greenwich, MA128 {p60},2 {p118}, died 29 Dec 1808 at Pittsford, VT2 {p118}, daughter of Benjamin COOLEY Sr and Mary. Peter RICE and Margaret COOLEY declared their intention to marry 1 Apr 1786 at Greenwich, MA (under the name Winslow), both of Greenwich128 {p23}.

    Children of Peter RICE and Margaret COOLEY:

i
Lucy RICE [QQ119835], born 14 Nov 1786 at Pittsford, VT2 {p118}. She died 15 Nov 18022 {p118}.
ii
Peter RICE Jr [QQ119836], born 12 May 1789 at Pittsford2 {p119}. He died 18 Aug 18112 {p119}.
iii
Anthony C. RICE [QQ119837], born 2 May 1791 at Pittsford2 {p119}. Occupation: a Methodist preacher, in 1850140 {927:58}.

He married first, Speedy PIPER. She was thinly documented.

He married second, Minerva DYER. She was born about 1802 in Vermont140 {927:58}. They were enumerated in 1850 at Pittsford, VT140 {927:58}.
iv
Caleb C. RICE [QQ119840], born 26 Jun 1793 at Pittsford2 {p119}. He died 6 Jun 18132 {p119}.
v
(son) RICE [QQ119841], born 31 Dec 1795 at Pittsford2 {p119}. He died 17 Jan 1796 at Pittsford2 {p119}.
vi
Naomi RICE [QQ119842], born 24 Sep 1801 at Pittsford2 {p119}. She died 16 Feb 18032 {p119}. She was also known as Nancy2 {p119}.

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Mary DUNCAN

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Mary DUNCAN [QQ4277] (Sarah4 RICE, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 30 Dec 1738, (literally 1738-9) at Worcester, MA68,2 {28, 80}, daughter of Daniel DUNCAN and Sarah RICE. She died 2 Mar 1815, aged 75y at Petersham, MA (under the name Jackson)2 {p80},123 {p181}.

She married James JACKSON 17 Aug 1757 at Petersham2 {28, 80},123 {p89}. He was born in 17302 {p80},123 {p181}, died 8 Dec 1810, aged 79y at Petersham2 {p80},123 {p181}.

    Children of Mary DUNCAN and James JACKSON:

i
Anna JACKSON [QQ60741], born 17 Jan 1758 at Petersham123,2 {p80}. She died 3 Jan 1849, aged 90y 11m 14d at Phillipston, MA (under the name Baker)177.

She married Charles BAKER Jr 25 Nov 1779, (16 Feb per Rice Gen'l Register) at Athol, MA, listed as Charles of Templeton and Anna of Petersham, but shown as Hannah in the Templeton records89,133,2 {p92}. He was born 24 Apr 1752 at Littleton, MA86 {p67},133,2 {p92}, died 11 Oct 1826 at Phillipston, MA177, son of Charles BAKER Esq and Mary KING. Charles BAKER Jr and Anna JACKSON declared their intention to marry 5 Aug 1779 at Petersham, MA, listed as Charles of Templeton123,2 {p80}.
ii
Mary JACKSON [QQ60743], born 4 Oct 1760 at Petersham123,2 {p80}. She died 27 Sep 1842, aged 81y at Phillipston, MA (under the name Baker), from bilious fever and old age177. She was also known as Polly2 {p80}.

She married Joseph BAKER 4 Mar 1788 at Petersham, MA123,2 {p80}. He was born 25 Nov 1761 at Petersham123, died 29 Oct 1831 at Phillipston, MA177, son of Edward BAKER and Patience HOW. This Joseph Baker may be confused with another Joseph Baker. The editors of the Phillipston VRs believed this Joseph was born about 1763, but had no documentation to support that idea.
iii
Sophia JACKSON [QQ60393], born 15 Jun 1763 at Petersham, MA123,2 {80, 154}.

She married Moses SANDERSON. He was born 31 Jan 1757, (1760 per Rice Gen'l Register p. 67) at Petersham123,2 {67, 154}, died 4 Mar 1818, aged 61y at Petersham123,2 {p154}, son of Nathaniel SANDERSON and Mary DRURY. Moses SANDERSON and Sophia JACKSON declared their intention to marry 14 Aug 1784 at Petersham123,2 {p154}.
iv
Martha JACKSON [QQ60747], born 8 Feb 1766 at Petersham123,2 {80, 154}. She died 2 Dec 1815, aged 50y at Petersham (under the name Brooks)123,2 {p154}.

She married Capt. Joel BROOKS 25 Dec 1787 at Petersham123,2 {80, 154}. He was born 19 Feb 1760 at Grafton, MA83,2 {p65}, died 26 Oct 1856, aged 96y 8m 7d at Petersham, MA, from pleurisy179 {104:185},56, was buried at Petersham, in Petersham Center Cemetery56, son of Joel BROOKS and Sarah DRURY.
v
James JACKSON Jr [QQ60749], born 2 May 1768 at Petersham123,2 {p155}.

He married Ruth FISKE. She was thinly documented. They declared their intention to marry 3 Jan 1793 at Petersham, listed as Ruth of Gerry123,2 {p155}.
vi
Lucretia JACKSON [QQ60751], born 19 Mar 1770 at Petersham123,2 {p80}. She died 26 May 1803, aged 33y at Ward (Auburn), MA (under the name Prentice)127. She was buried at Auburn, MA, in Center Cemetery127.

She married Otis PRENTICE 13 Oct 1795 at Ward (Auburn), MA, listed as Lucretia of Petersham127. He was born 31 Oct 1770 at Grafton, MA83,127, son of John PRENTICE and Sarah BROOKS. Otis PRENTICE and Lucretia JACKSON declared their intention to marry 30 May 1795 at Petersham, MA, listed as Otis of Ward123,2 {p80}.
vii
Rev John JACKSON [QQ60753], born 2 Jul 1771 at Petersham123,2 {p81}.

He married Rebecca ROGERS 27 Feb 1798 at Petersham, listed as John of Gill123,418,2 {p81}. She was thinly documented.
viii
Sarah JACKSON [QQ60755], born 22 Dec 1772 at Petersham123,2 {p81}. She died 26 Sep 1849, aged 77y at Petersham, unmarried123,2 {p81}.
ix
Lucy JACKSON [QQ60756], born 9 Aug 1774 at Petersham123,2 {p81}. She died 25 Nov 1843, aged 69y at Petersham123,2 {p81}. She never married.2 {p81}

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Daniel DUNCAN Jr

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Daniel DUNCAN Jr [QQ4279] (Sarah4 RICE, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 1 Jun 1742 at Worcester, MA68,2 {28, 81}, son of Daniel DUNCAN and Sarah RICE.

He married Zervillah RICE 21 Jan 1765 at Petersham, MA2 {28, 81},123 {p89}. She was born about 1745 in probably Massachusetts.

    Children of Daniel DUNCAN Jr and Zervillah RICE:

i
David DUNCAN [QQ60757], born 13 Aug 1765 at Petersham, MA123,2 {p81}. He died young2 {p81}.
ii
Daniel DUNCAN [QQ60758], born 26 Aug 1767 at Petersham123,2 {p81}.

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Levinah DUNCAN

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Levinah DUNCAN [QQ4282] (Sarah4 RICE, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 7 Oct 1747 at Worcester, MA68,2 {28, 81}, daughter of Daniel DUNCAN and Sarah RICE.

She married John RICE. He was thinly documented. They declared their intention to marry 23 Dec 1765 at Petersham, MA, not listed as John of Petersham or Dummerston, Vermont2 {p81},123 {p89}.

    Children of Levinah DUNCAN and John RICE:

i
Sarah RICE [QQ60759], born 29 Jun 1767 at Dummerston, VT2 {p81}.
ii
John RICE Jr [QQ60760], born 25 Apr 1769 at Dummerston2 {p81}. He died 10 Nov 1769 at Dummerston2 {p81}.
iii
David RICE [QQ60761], born 28 Feb 1770, (Gen Reg notes date of birth as 29 February) at Dummerston2 {p81}.
iv
John RICE II [QQ60762], born 20 Feb 1774 at Dummerston2 {p81}. He died 21 Aug 17772 {p81}.
v
Joel RICE [QQ60763], born 23 Oct 1776 at Dummerston2 {p81}. He died 6 Sep 1777 at Dummerston2 {p81}.
vi
Samuel RICE [QQ60764], born 24 Sep 1778, (born Massachusetts according to the 1850 US census) at Dummerston2 {p81},140 {162:281}. He died about 1855400 {2 Feb 2002}. Removed after 1820 from Dummerston419. Removed after 1835 from Shalersville, Portage Co, OH419.

He married Elizabeth CARYL about 1800419. She was born about 1779 at Dummerston, VT419, daughter of Asa CARYL and Lydia CHADDOCK. She was also known as Betsy419.
vii
Polly RICE [QQ60765], born 9 Aug 1782 at Dummerston2 {p81}.
viii
Lydia RICE [QQ60766], born 13 Jun 1789 at Dummerston2 {p81}.

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Abel DUNCAN

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Abel DUNCAN [QQ4283] (Sarah4 RICE, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 2 Feb 1749/50 at Nichewaug (Petersham), MA68,2 {p28}, son of Daniel DUNCAN and Sarah RICE.

Married Lydia MILLS. She was thinly documented. They declared their intention to marry 24 Aug 1771 at Petersham, MA2 {p28},123 {p89}.

    Children of Abel DUNCAN and Lydia MILLS:

i
Abel DUNCAN [QQ30716], born 22 Feb 1772420. He died 5 Mar 1813420.

He married Lydia MILLER. She was born 8 Nov 1778420, died 1 May 1869420.

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John RICE

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John RICE [QQ3063, w777] (Matthias4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 17 Dec 1738, (literally 1738-9 per vital records, but 1739 per Ward, and shown as December 26th per Supplement) at Worcester, MA68,1 {p70},2 {p119},45 {p12}, son of Matthias RICE and Mary BOYDEN. He died 2 May 1811 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS115 {#3958, estate folio R18},220 {p1},2 {p119}. Relocated to Nova Scotia, on the ship Charming Molly with Beriah Rice and Ebenezer Rice Jr. He settled on the west side of the Lequille River. Your authors note that John Rice and Ebenezer Rice's names do not appear on the manifest of the Charming Molly, a manifest that has survived2 {p119}. The Rice Genealogical Register, 1970, says "John went to Nova Scotia on ship 'Charming Molly' with Beriah Rice and Ebenezer Rice Jr. He settled on the west side of Lequille River." In his 1897 History of the County of Annapolis, W A Calnek provides the passenger manifest the first trip of the Charming Molly. A Beriah Rice, together with Beriah's sons Stephen and Benjamin, are on that manifest; John Rice's name is not. This does not mean that John did not arrive in 1760, only that he was not on the first, recorded trip of the Charming Molly.

    In his addendum to Calnek's history, Judge Savary provides a list of petitioners for a Grant of Confirmation of the Township of Annapolis, dated October 30th, 1765. John Rice's name was not on that list.

    Back to Calnek's history, John Rice's name appears on the census of 1768 for Annapolis. He has three males and three females in his household, all American. He was enumerated in the 1770 census with six people in his household, two American and four Acadian. We may assume that the four Acadians were his children born in Nova Scotia.

    According to Marion B McCormick, 1975: "He was the ancestor of the greater part of the Annapolis Valley Rice family. He was a friend of Col. Hoar and settled on part of his farm, and during the Colonel's absences from home, he looked after the affairs of his friend. After the Colonel's death, John bought part of the estate, and later passed it on to his son James, who had been born on the farm, and who dies there in 1886." He resided about 1760 at Annapolis, Annapolis Co, NS1 {p70}. He was listed in the township records as surveyor of land Apr 1792 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS117 {p175}. He made a will 4 Apr 1811 at Annapolis Royal, which was recorded 24 May 1811 naming wife Mary and children Mary Potter the wife of Israel Potter, William, James, Silas, and Thomas115 {#3958, estate folio R18}.

He married first, Sarah SMITH 7 May 1761, (6th per Rice Gen'l Register) at Sudbury, MA11,2 {p119},45 {p12}. She was born 22 Apr 1743 at Sudbury11,2 {p76}, died 29 Apr 17842 {p119}, daughter of Zephaniah SMITH and Abigail WHEELER.

He married second, Mary POTTER 21 Apr 17852 {p119},45 {p12}. She was baptized 23 Mar 1766 at 1st Church, Worcester, MA68, daughter of Joseph POTTER and Zebudah HAYDEN.

    Children of John RICE and Sarah SMITH:

i
Silas RICE [QQ260764], born about 1762 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS337 {p587},2 {119, 205}. He died in 1853 at Hillsburgh, Digby Co, NS2 {p205},220 {p1}.

He married Sarah KNIFFEN about 17852 {119, 205}. She was born about 17662 {119, 205}, was baptized in 17662 {p205}, died in 1856, (1836 per Rice Gen'l Register), aged 90y in Nova Scotia421,2 {p205}, daughter of George KNIFFEN and Sarah BAKER. Silas RICE and Sarah KNIFFEN resided in 1786 at Hillsburgh, Digby Co, NS338 {p25}.
ii
John RICE [QQ260763], born in 1764 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS2 {p119}. He died in 17842 {p119}.
iii
Sarah RICE [QQ260762], born in 1766 at Annapolis Royal2 {p119}. She died in 17842 {p119}.
iv
Mary RICE [QQ260768], born before 1768, (1765 per McCormick, 1769 per Rice Gen'l Register) at Annapolis Royal, as the 1768 census for Annapolis lists 3 males and 3 females in John Rice's household. This suggests that either Mary or some otherwise unaccounted-for daughter was born before the census was taken337 {p588},2 {119, 206}. She died 7 Mar 1849 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS168,421. She was buried at Upper Clements, Annapolis Co, NS, in Goat Island Meetinghouse Cemetery421.

She married Rev Israel POTTER 7 Jan 1786421,2 {119, 206}. He was born 28 Nov 1763, (July at Sudbury per Walker) at Worcester, MA68,421, died 17 Aug 1847 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS421, was buried at Upper Clements, Annapolis Co, NS, in Goat Island Meetinghouse Cemetery421, son of Joseph POTTER and Zebudah HAYDEN. He was in the military in 1780, in a company of "six month men" with the 2nd Massachusetts Regiment, Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War421. He made a will 21 Jul 1843, which was recorded 03 Sep 1847: LWT of Israel Potter of Clements, yeoman, dated 21 Jul 1843. Wife: Mary. Children: Aaron, Israel, James, Josiah, Jacob, John, Isaiah, Fanny, Mary Balcomb, Sarah Spurr, Susannah Walkeys (sic), Anna Cogswell, Zebudah Spurr deceased, Zeuriah Hurd deceased and Joseph Potter deceased. Children of Zeuriah Hurd: Abigail Hurd and Albert Hurd. Children of Zebudah Spurr: Mary Ann Potter, Eleanor Spurr, Eliza Witt and William Spurr Jun. Children of Joseph Potter: Gerene Potter, Catherine Harris, Amanda Potter, Ambrose Potter, Jacob Potter and Joseph Potter115 {#459}. They resided between 1794 and 1838 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS, listed in the 1794 Poll Tax for Clements for one shilling, and in the 1827 census with three boys and four girls, as a farmer, and a Baptist. In the 1838 census just Israel and his wife Mary were at home421.
v
Joseph RICE [QQ260769], born in 1771 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS2 {p119}. He died in 17842 {p119}.
vi
William RICE [QQ260770], born in 1774 at Annapolis Royal337 {p589},2 {119, 206}. He died 27 Nov 1833 at Bear River, Annapolis Co, NS, or at Clements: the Rice Gen'l Register says the family resided on the east side of Bear River, NS, while the Chute genealogy says that they resided in Clements, on the east side of Bear River421.

He married Anna HARDY 25 Oct 1795 at All Saints Anglican Church, Granville, Annapolis Co, NS2 {119, 206},312. She died 11 Oct 1845 at Bear River, Annapolis Co, NS2 {p206}, daughter of Aaron HARDY and Eunice GASKILL.
vii
Thomas RICE [QQ260771], born 23 May 1779 in Annapolis County, NS337 {p590},2 {119, 207}. He died 10 Dec 18612 {p207}. He erected a mill at the Head of the Tide, Bear River, after having lived first in Clements, and in Smith's Cove in 1808. He was the first settler at the Head of the Tide, and built the first bridge across the River there. In addition to his Mill on the West Branch, he built vessels, made brick, burned lime. He built the "Temperance" which sailed with Capt Leonard Troop as Master, Asa Goodwin, mate. The ship was never heard from again. He owned a great deal of land, much of it still in the possession of his descendants.337 {p590}

He married Martha POTTER before 1799, as she was listed as Martha Rice wife of Thomas Rice in the probate record for her father's estate, dated 15 April 17992 {119, 207},115 {#3892, estate folio P7}. She was born 9 Apr 1783220 {p2}, was baptized 16 Oct 1788 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS422, died 12 Oct 1847421, daughter of Joseph POTTER and Mary FARNSWORTH. Thomas RICE and Martha POTTER resided after 1808 at Bear River, NS337 {p590},2 {p207}.


    Children of John RICE and Mary POTTER:
i
Joseph RICE [QQ260777], born in 1787 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS2 {p119},340. He died in 17952 {p119}.
ii
James RICE [QQ260778], born 9 Nov 1790 at Clements337 {p591},2 {119, 207},340. He died 14 Feb 1886, aged 96y at Annapolis, NS2 {p207},362 {4:1452}.

He married first, Dorothy TUPPER 11 Feb 1813 at Saint Lukes Anglican Church, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS, performed by Rev Cyrus Perkins423 {p26},2 {119, 207}. She died 16 Apr 1816 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS352 {p204},2 {p207}, daughter of Miner TUPPER.

He married second, Ann EVANS 18 Jun 1818 at Saint Lukes Anglican Church, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS, performed by Rev John Millidge423 {marriages, p. 8},2 {119, 207}. She died Dec 18732 {p207}.

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Ithamar RICE

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Ithamar RICE [QQ3065, w779] (Matthias4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 25 Nov 1743, (1742 per Ward) at Worcester, MA68,1 {p70},45 {p27}, son of Matthias RICE and Mary BOYDEN. He died 23 Oct 1824 at Sudbury, MA, in his 82nd year, (not found in the published records)1 {p126},45 {p27}. He made a will 20 May 1822, mentioning wife Sarah; sons Nahum, Reuben, Obed, and Artemas; daughters Roxanna, Sally, Susanna, and Sophia; and grandson Nahum Puffer Rice, son of son Nahum1 {p126}. His will was proved 11 Jan 1825, inventory $881.151 {p126}.

He married first, Susanna BALCOM 10 May 1769 at Sudbury1 {70, 126},11 {165, 259},45 {p27}. She was born 5 Sep 1746 at Sudbury11 {p13}, daughter of John BALCOM and Susanna HAYNES. Ithamar RICE and Susanna BALCOM resided at Sudbury1 {p126}.

He married second, Sarah PUFFER before 17721 {p126},45 {p27},82 {p101}. She was thinly documented, daughter of Jabez PUFFER and Hannah TREADWAY.

He married third, Eunice BALCOM 24 Feb 1779 at Sudbury1 {p126},45 {p27},11 {164, 258}. She was baptized 12 Aug 1753 at First Parish Church, Sudbury, MA82 {p94}, daughter of Micah BALCOM and Thankful SMITH.

He married fourth, Sarah DUNN 3 Jul 1796 at Stow, MA, listed as Ithamar of Sudbury and Sarah Burbank of Stow38,11 {p258},1 {p126},45 {p27}. She was born in 17521 {p126}, daughter of John DUNN and Grace KELLEY.

    Ithamar RICE and Susanna BALCOM had no recorded children.

    Children of Ithamar RICE and Sarah PUFFER:

i
Nahum RICE [QQ56883, w1693], born 9 Jun 1772 at Sudbury, MA11,1 {p126},2 {p275}. He died at Albany, Albany Co, NY1 {p206}.

He married Sabra SEAVER 21 Mar 1796, (26th per Ward) at Northborough, MA59,1 {126, 206},2 {p275},45 {p50}. She was born 15 Sep 1777 at Northborough59, daughter of Joseph SEAVER and Comfort FAIRBANKS. Nahum RICE and Sabra SEAVER resided about 1800 at Albany, Albany Co, NY1 {p206}.
ii
Reuben RICE [QQ56884, w1694], born 23 May 1774 at Sudbury, MA11,1 {p126}.
iii
Susanna RICE [QQ56979, w1695], baptized 11 Aug 1776 at First Parish Church, Sudbury, MA, died young1 {p126}.


    Children of Ithamar RICE and Eunice BALCOM:
i
Ammon RICE [QQ56885, w1696], born 27 Mar 1781 at Sudbury, MA11,1 {p126}.
ii
Obed RICE [QQ56886, w1697], born 29 Dec 1783 at Sudbury11,1 {p126}. He died of drowning1 {p126}.
iii
Jacob RICE [QQ56887, w1698], born 23 Feb 1789 at Sudbury11,1 {p126}. He died young1 {p126}.


    Children of Ithamar RICE and Sarah DUNN:
i
Artemas RICE [QQ56889, w1699], born 10 Jan 1797, (1799 per vital records, but that date conflicts with Roxanna's birth) at Sudbury11,1 {p126}.
ii
Roxanna RICE [QQ56890, w1700], born 7 Mar 1799 at Sudbury11,1 {p126}.

She married Rev. BENT. He was thinly documented. Occupation: a Methodist Clergyman1 {p126}. He resided in 1855 at Dorchester, MA1 {p126}.
iii
Elina RICE [QQ56891, w1701], born 24 Feb 1800 at Sudbury, MA, registered as Elina11,1 {p126},2 {p275},45 {p27}. She died 11 Jul 1889 at Springfield, MA2 {p275}.

She married Rev. Josiah BENT 25 Oct 1824 at Albany, NY23 {p203},2 {p275},45 {p27}. He was born 1 Oct 1797 at Milton, MA81,23 {p203},2 {p275}, died 19 Nov 1839 at Amherst, MA23 {p203},2 {p275}. Graduated in 1822 - Harvard College, Cambridge, MA23 {p203}. He was ordained 13 Oct 1824 at 1st Congregational Church, Weymouth, MA23 {p203}. Relocated in 1834 to Falmouth, MA23 {p203}. Relocated in 1837 to Amherst, MA23 {p203}.
iv
Sally RICE [QQ56892, w1702], born 7 May 1801 at Sudbury, MA11,1 {p126}.
v
Susanna RICE [QQ56893, w1703], born 29 Apr 1802 at Sudbury11,1 {p126}.
vi
Sophia RICE [QQ56894, w1704], born 4 Jun 1803 at Sudbury11,1 {p126}.
vii
Jacob RICE [QQ56895, w1705], born 22 Jan 1805 at Sudbury11,1 {p126}.
viii
Sumner RICE [QQ60133, w1705a], baptized 20 Jul 180645 {p27}.
ix
Reuben RICE [QQ60134, w1705b], born 4 Sep 1807 at Sudbury, (not found in the published records)2 {p276}. He died 3 Nov 1878 at Prescott, WI2 {p276}. He was also known as James Reuben2 {p276}.

He married Mary Ann GOODENOW 7 May 1828, Rueben of Sudbury, Massachusetts2 {276, 345},45 {p27}. She was born 16 Feb 1806 at Stow, MA, also recorded in the Brown diary in Groton38,152,2 {276, 345}, daughter of Lewis GOODENOW and Jerusha HAYDEN. Reuben RICE and Mary Ann GOODENOW declared their intention to marry 4 Apr 1829 at Stow, listed as Reuben of Sudbury38.
x
Obed RICE [QQ60136], born 30 Jun 1810 at Sudbury, MA, birthplace specified on the birth records of his children2 {p276}. He died 2 Jul 1890 at Hudson, MA2 {p276}. Occupation: working in a shoe shop, in 1880398 {540:325.B9}.

He married Sarah Merriam BALL 16 Oct 1836 at Berlin, MA, listed as Obed of Marlborough and Sarah of Berlin184,2 {p276},45 {p27}. She was born 7 Jul 1816 at Leominster, MA218,2 {p276}, died 27 Mar 1895 at Hudson, MA2 {p276}, daughter of Micah Ross BALL and Rachel LINCOLN.

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Bathsheba RICE

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Bathsheba RICE [QQ3066, w780] (Matthias4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 21 Aug 1744 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p70},2 {p119},45 {p12}, daughter of Matthias RICE and Mary BOYDEN. She died 11 Mar 182256. She was buried at Deposit, Broome Co, NY, in Revolutionary Cemetery.

She married first, John UNDERWOOD 29 Dec 1763 at Sudbury, MA11,1 {p70},2 {p119},45 {p12}. He was born 17 Sep 1742 at Natick, MA75,424, was buried Nov 1778 at Sudbury, MA424. He was also known as John UNDERHILL45 {p12}.

She married second, James DEMANDER 26 Nov 1778 at Sudbury, listed as Bathsheba Underwood, widow11,1 {p70},2 {p119}. He was thinly documented.

    Children of Bathsheba RICE and John UNDERWOOD:

i
Isaac UNDERWOOD [QQ56936], born 25 Oct 1764 at Sudbury11 {p144},2 {p119},14 {p51}. He died 29 May 1847 in Wayne County, OH424,14 {p51}. He was in the military serving as a Private from Massachusetts; he received a pension14 {p51},182 {Patriot Index 1:695}. The probate court records, dated October 1851 at Wooster, Wayne Co, OH, list many connected with Isaac's estate: Henry Underwood, John W. Johnson, Roxanna Johnson, Olive Morse, Michael Underwood, George Murry, Zilpah Murry, Sophia Flint, Henry Underwood, Elmore G. Underwood, Mary Jane Underwood, Catherine E. Underwood, Samuel Fauble, Isaac Benner, Catherine Benner, Aretta Underwood, Teressa Underwood, Daniel Underwood, John Underwood, Ahira Underwood, Lorenzo Underwood, Electa Houghton, James W. Weld, administrator of the estate of Samuel Fauble, deceased, Jane Fauble, widow of Josiah Fauble, Cyrus Fauble, Caroline Fauble, Caroline Fauble, Emaline Fauble, Catherine Fauble, Louisa Fauble, and Paul Fauble.424

He married Zilpha CASTLE. She died in Wayne County424.
ii
Jonas UNDERWOOD [QQ56937], born 10 Jun 1767 at Sudbury, MA11 {p144},2 {p119}. He died in 1842 at Deposit, Broome Co, NY424. He was buried at Deposit, in Revolutionary Cemetery424. He began military service 2 Mar 1781, serving in the American Revolution in the 5th Massachusetts under Col. Rufus Putnam. He was discharged in December 1783 at West Point, NY. When he filed for a pension on 8 May 1818 he was living at Windsor, Broome Co., NY425.

He married Sally PINE in 1792424. She was born 2 Apr 1774 in Massachusetts424, died in Broome County, NY424, daughter of Philip PINE.
iii
Anna UNDERWOOD [QQ56947], born 29 Jan 1769 at Sudbury, MA11,2 {p119}.
iv
Asahel UNDERWOOD [QQ56949], born 10 Aug 1770 at Sudbury11 {p144},2 {p119}.
v
John UNDERWOOD [QQ56977], baptized 19 Apr 1772 at First Parish Church, Sudbury, MA82 {p101}.
vi
Artemas UNDERWOOD [QQ56984], baptized 2 Jan 1774 at First Parish Church82 {p103}.


    Bathsheba RICE and James DEMANDER had no recorded children.

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Solomon RICE Sr

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Solomon RICE Sr [QQ3068, w782] (Matthias4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 13 May 1749 at Sudbury, MA11,1 {p70}, son of Matthias RICE and Mary BOYDEN. He died before 21 Sep 1777, as his wife was described as a widow in the baptismal record of children Lucy and Solomon1 {p126}. He was in the military in 1775, in the 8 months' service in Haynes' Company, Brewers' Reg't and thought to have died in early 1777 while in the military service as he was not living in September 17771 {p126}.

He married Sarah. She was born about 1752 in probably Massachusetts.

    Children of Solomon RICE Sr and Sarah:

i
Mary RICE [QQ56952, w1706], baptized 14 Oct 1770 at First Parish Church, Sudbury, MA1 {p126},82 {p100}.
ii
Abigail RICE [QQ56954, w1707], baptized 16 Dec 1770, (1771 per Ward) at First Parish Church1 {p126},82 {p100}.
iii
Alice Smith RICE [QQ56980, w1708], born about 1772, baptized 6 Sep 1772, (given as the birth per Ward) at First Parish Church82 {p102},1 {p126},2 {p276}.

She married Silas FAULKNER 20 Jan 1799 at Sudbury, MA11,2 {p276}. He was thinly documented. They resided at Londonderry, VT2 {p276}.
iv
Solomon RICE Jr [QQ9881, w1710], baptized 21 Sep 1777 at First Parish Church, Sudbury, MA1 {p126},2 {p277},426 {p6},82 {p104}. He died 17 Jan 1854, aged 76y 15d (sic) at Stow, MA, listed as born in Concord179 {85:124}. He is said by the Rice Gen'l Register to have lived in Vermont and in Delaware County, NY, but it seems clear that he has been confused with one or more other Solomon Rices.2 {p277},426 {p5}

He married Ruth MAYNARD 18 Jul 1797 at Sudbury, MA1 {p126},2 {p277},426 {p6},11 {234, 261}. She was born 11 Sep 1770 at Sudbury11, died 19 Jan 1848, aged 77y (under the name Rice), from dropsy, listed unnamed as the wife of Solomon38, daughter of Moses MAYNARD and Sybilla WILLIS. She resided in 1819 at Stow, MA, according to her father's probate record20 {docket 14880}. The Rice Genealogical Register identifies incorrectly the wife of Solomon Rice as Ruth Maynard, daughter of John and Susanna Maynard. The will of Moses Maynard of Sudbury names his daughter Ruth as wife of Solomon Rice of Stow.20 {docket 14880}
v
Lucy RICE [QQ57010, w1709], baptized 21 Sep 1777 at First Parish Church, Sudbury, MA1 {p126},82 {p104}.

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Matthias RICE

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Matthias RICE [QQ3069, w783] (Matthias4, Gershom3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 31 Oct 1751 at Sudbury, MA11,1 {p70},2 {p119},45 {p12}, son of Matthias RICE and Mary BOYDEN. He died 17 Sep 17981 {p70},2 {p119}. He was in the military Apr 1775 at Lexington, MA, at the Lexington alarm1 {p70}.

He married first, Mary FOSTER 7 Jul 1777 at Boston, MA37 {p404},1 {p70},2 {p119},45 {p12}. She died 30 Oct 1780 at Dorchester, MA (under the name Rice)84 {p267},2 {p119}.

He married second, Hannah LAMBERT 3 Jan 1784 at Salem, MA, listed as Hannah of Salem36,1 {p70},2 {p119},45 {p12}. She was born 20 Aug 1762 at Salem1 {p70},2 {p119}, died 19 Feb 1824, aged 61y at Salem (under the name Rice)36,1 {p70},2 {p119}, daughter of Capt. Joseph LAMBERT. There is no record of her birth at Salem.

    Children of Matthias RICE and Mary FOSTER:

i
Elizabeth Foster RICE [QQ119863], born 17 Aug 1778 at Dorchester, MA84 {p187},2 {p119}. She died before 1790, as a second daughter Elizabeth was evidently born then. She resided at Salem, MA2 {p119}. She resided at Dorchester, MA2 {p119}.


    Children of Matthias RICE and Hannah LAMBERT:
i
Henry RICE [QQ119864], born about 17852 {p119}. He died before 4 Jan 1807, aged 22y, at sea36,2 {p119}. He resided at Salem, MA2 {p119}. He resided at Dorchester, MA2 {p119}.
ii
George S. RICE [QQ119865], baptized 18 Aug 1793 at East Church, Salem, MA36,2 {p119}. He resided at Salem, MA2 {p119}. He resided at Dorchester, MA2 {p119}.
iii
William RICE [QQ119866], born about 1788, as estimated from the marriage, baptized 18 Aug 1793 at East Church, Salem, MA36,2 {119, 207}. He resided at Salem, MA2 {119, 208}. He resided at Dorchester, MA2 {p119}.

He married Lydia TOWNSEND 18 Nov 1810 at Salem, MA36,2 {119, 208}. She was born 16 Dec 1787, (15th per Ward) at Salem36,2 {p208}, daughter of Moses TOWNSEND and Lydia LAMBERT.
iv
Elizabeth Foster RICE [QQ319675], born about 1790, as calculated from her death record, baptized 22 May 1797 at East Church, Salem, MA36. She died 13 Sep 1805, aged 15y 3m at Dorchester, MA, and was reported in the Salem Gazette84 {2:284},36,2 {p119}.
v
Mary Ann Augusta RICE [QQ119868], baptized 3 Nov 1801 at East Church, Salem, MA36,2 {p119}. She resided at Salem, MA2 {p119}. She resided at Dorchester, MA2 {p119}.
vi
Priscilla Lambert RICE [QQ119869], born about 1798 at Scarborough, ME, as calculated from her death record. She died 13 Dec 1802, aged 4y at Salem, MA36,2 {p119}. She resided at Salem2 {p119}. She resided at Dorchester, MA2 {p119}.
vii
Laura Maria RICE [QQ119870], baptized 3 Nov 1801, (given as the birth per Rice Gen'l Register) at East Church, Salem, MA36,2 {p119}. She resided at Salem, MA2 {p119}. She resided at Dorchester, MA2 {p119}.

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Violata RICE

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Violata RICE [QQ3079, w786] (Jotham4, James3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born about 1723 at Newport, RI1 {p70}, daughter of Jotham RICE and Mary EARL. She died 10 Feb 1801, aged 79y at Worcester, MA (under the name Gates), leaving 12 children, 97 grandchildren, and 32 great grandchildren, according to a newspaper account64,1 {p126}. She was buried at Worcester, in Mechanic Street Cemetery64.

She married John GATES, both of Worcester1 {70, 126},45 {p27}. He was born 26 Jul 1713 at Charlestown, MA67 {1:254},1 {p126}, died 21 Nov 1797, aged 87y (sic) at Worcester, MA64,1 {p126}, was buried at Worcester, in Mechanic Street Cemetery64, son of Jonathan GATES and Persis SHEPARD. John GATES and Violata RICE resided at Worcester1 {p126}.

    Children of Violata RICE and John GATES:

i
Prudence GATES [QQ27827, w1711], born 12 Jul 1743 at Worcester68,1 {126, 173},2 {p248},45 {p41}. She died 23 Jan 1836, aged 92y at Worcester (under the name Rice)68,1 {p173},2 {p248},45 {p41}.

She married Luke RICE, Luke of Shrewsbury, MA, Prudence of Worcester, MA1 {98, 126, 173},2 {p248},45 {p41}. He was born 23 Oct 1744 at Shrewsbury, MA52,1 {p98},2 {p248},45 {p41}, died 17 May 1806, aged 62y at Worcester, MA, within 15 minutes of the death of his brother Lemuel, according to their joint gravestone. Lamentably, the published transcription gives his name as Luther64,1 {p173},2 {p248},45 {p41}, was buried at Worcester, in Mechanic Street Cemetery, in a joint funeral with his brother Lemuel and in the same grave64,1 {p173}, son of Hezekiah RICE and Mary TAYLOR. He resided at Worcester1 {p173}. They resided at Petersham, MA1 {p173}.
ii
John Shepard GATES [QQ59062, w1712], born 17 Mar 1744/45 at Worcester, MA1 {p126},68 {p102}.

He married Hannah MOORE 28 Feb 1774 at Worcester68,1 {p126},2 {p184}. She was born 28 Jul 1750, (June per Rice Gen'l Register) at Worcester68,2 {p184}, daughter of Asa MOORE and Sarah HEYWARD.
iii
Persis GATES [QQ59066, w1714], born 16 Feb 1746/47 at Worcester1 {p126},68 {p103}.

She married John MOORE 18 Aug 1768 at Worcester1 {p126},68 {p345}. He was born 3 May 1746 at Worcester68,2 {p183}, died 30 Oct 1831, aged 85y at Worcester, but the identification is uncertain68, son of Asa MOORE and Sarah HEYWARD.
iv
Jonathan GATES [QQ59069, w1715], born 2 Mar 1748/49 at Worcester1 {p127},68 {p102}. He died 4 Dec 1814, aged 66y at Worcester64,1 {p127}. He was buried at Worcester, in Mechanic Street Cemetery64.

He married Sarah WISWALL, Sarah of Worcester, Mass1 {p127}. She died 28 Jan 1828, aged 78y (under the name Gates)64, was buried at Worcester, in Mechanic Street Cemetery64.
v
Lt Daniel GATES [QQ59064, w1713], born 2 Mar 1751 at Worcester1 {p126},2 {p277},68 {p100}. He died 6 Nov 1807 at Oakham, MA, (not found in the published records)70 {p83}. He was buried at Dummerston, VT70 {p83}. He was in the military serving in the American Revolution as both a Corporal and Lieutenant2 {p277}. He resided in 1774 at Dummerston2 {p277}.

He married Sarah MOORE 13 Nov 1775, (15th per Rice Gen'l Register) at Worcester, MA, listed as Daniel of Fullam1 {p127},2 {184, 277},45 {p27},68 {p344}. She was born 28 Aug 1748 at Worcester68,2 {184, 277}, died 9 Mar 18292 {p277}, daughter of Asa MOORE and Sarah HEYWARD.
vi
Mary GATES [QQ3574, w1718], born 11 May 1753 at Worcester1 {p127},45 {p27},68 {p102}. She died at Damariscotta, ME1 {p127}.

She married Joel HOWE 18 Oct 1770 at Worcester, MA1 {p127},2 {p92},45 {p15},68 {p366}. He was born 2 Nov 1748 at Worcester2 {p92},45 {p15},68 {p143}, died at Damariscotta, ME1 {p127}, son of Ezekiel HOWE and Elizabeth RICE. Occupation: a Deputy Sheriff1 {p127}.
vii
Sarah GATES [QQ59071, w1716], born 23 Jul 1755 at Worcester, MA1 {p127},68 {p103}. She died 8 Jan 1831, aged 75y 5m at West Boylston, MA (under the name Pierce)181.

She married first, Ralph EARLE, her first marriage1 {p127}. He was born 11 May 1751, (14th per Bill) at Leicester, MA (under the name Earll)113,102 {p106}, son of Ralph EARLE and Phebe WHITTEMORE. He was a Tory, and fled his country.1 {p127}

She married second, Oliver PIERCE, Oliver of Boylston1 {p127}. He was born 12 Mar 1746 at Worcester, MA68, died at Boylston, MA1 {p127}, son of Josiah PIERCE and Sarah.
viii
Silas GATES [QQ59074, w1717], born between 29 Jan 1757 and 1758 at Worcester, MA1 {p127},68 {p103}.

He married Irene WISWALL 23 Apr 1786 at Worcester, Irene of Worcester, Mass1 {p127},68 {p345}. She was thinly documented. They resided at Black River, VT1 {p127}.
ix
Martha GATES [QQ59093, w1721], born 30 Apr 1759 at Worcester, MA1 {p127},68 {p102}. She died 18 Sep 1847, aged 87y at Worcester (under the name Whitney)68,1 {p127}.

She married Ebenezer WHITNEY, Ebenezer of Worcester, Mass1 {p127}. He was born about 17591 {p127}, died 17 Jun 1836, aged 76y at Worcester68,1 {p127}.
x
Lydia GATES [QQ59091, w1720], born 23 Jul 1762 at Worcester1 {p127},68 {p102}.

She married Thomas MARTIN, Thomas of Paxton1 {p127}. He was thinly documented. They resided at Whitehall, NY1 {p127}.
xi
Phineas GATES [QQ59078, w1719], born 20 Jan 1766 at Worcester, MA1 {p127},68 {p103}. He died in 1807 in Lewis County, NY1 {p127}.

He married Rebecca WARD 10 Mar 1788 at Worcester, MA, listed as Rebecca Wait (See Ward Family)1 {p127},68 {p345}. She was baptized 3 Jul 1768 at 1st Church, Worcester, MA68, died in 1848, aged 72y (sic) at Oswego, NY1 {p127}, daughter of Uriah WARD and Jemima HARRINGTON. Your authors note that the age at death reported by Ward and the implied birth around 1776 are inconsistent with the recorded marriage of Phineas Gates to Rebecca WAIT (sic), but the 1768 baptism of Rebecca WARD fits. By the same token, Rebecca's father Uriah Ward had a different child baptized in 1776. Further research is needed to establish with certainty the sequence of events. Phineas GATES and Rebecca WARD resided at Petersham, MA1 {p127}. They resided at Dummerston, VT1 {p127}. They resided in Lewis County, NY1 {p127}. They had 11 children.1 {p127}
xii
Nathaniel GATES [QQ59095, w1722], born 29 Mar 1770 at Worcester, MA1 {p127},68 {p103}. He died before 18531 {p127}.

He married Lucy GOULDING, Lucy of Worcester, Mass1 {p127},45 {p27}. She was born 10 Apr 1770 at Worcester68, daughter of Peter GOULDING and Lucy BREWER. She resided in 1853 at Worcester, with her daughter Mary1 {p127}.

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Daniel RICE

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Daniel RICE [QQ3080, w787] (Jotham4, James3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born about 1732 at Newport, RI, (not found in the published records)1 {70, 127}, son of Jotham RICE and Mary EARL. He died 15 Jul 1810, aged 77y at Barre, MA97,1 {p127}. He made a will May 1809, son Joseph, Executor. The will mentioned wife Keziah; sons John, Daniel and Joseph; and daughter Nabby Holland1 {p127}. His will was proved 2 Oct 18101 {p127}.

He married Keziah SNOW 2 Nov 1758 at Lancaster, MA53 {p88},1 {70, 127},45 {p27}. She was born 7 Sep 1733 at Lancaster53 {p63},1 {p127}, died 4 Nov 1815, aged 82y at Barre, MA (under the name Rice)97,1 {p127}, daughter of John SNOW and Hannah SAWYER. Daniel RICE and Keziah SNOW declared their intention to marry 6 Mar 1758 at Lancaster, MA, listed as Daniel of Rutland and Keziah of Lancaster53 {p85}. They resided at Barre, MA1 {p127}.

    Children of Daniel RICE and Keziah SNOW:

i
Abigail RICE [QQ59101, w1723], born 25 Feb 17591 {p127}. She died 1 Jan 1838, (2 Jan per Ward), aged 77y at Barre (under the name Holland)97,1 {p206}. She was also known as Nabby1 {p127}.

She married Joab HOLLAND, both of Barre1 {127, 206}. He was born in 17581 {p206}, died 6 Jan 1832, aged 74y at Barre97,1 {p206}, son of Samuel HOLLAND and Sarah HASTINGS. Joab HOLLAND and Abigail RICE declared their intention to marry 30 Dec 1779 at Petersham, MA, listed as Abigail of Barre123. They resided at Barre, MA1 {p206}.
ii
John RICE [QQ59103, w1724], born 9 Nov 1761 at Lancaster or Rutland District (Barre), MA, (not found in the published records)1 {p127},2 {p277}. He resided in 1790 at Wardsboro, VT324. He resided in New York1 {127, 206}.

He married Mary STEWART 27 May 1784 at Leominster, MA, listed as John of Barre and Mary of Leominster218,97,1 {127, 206},2 {p277},45 {p50}. She was baptized 28 Dec 1760 at Chocksett Church, Lancaster, MA53 {p384}, daughter of Joseph STEWART and Mary SNOW. John RICE and Mary STEWART resided in New York, which appears to be in error1 {127, 206}. They were said to have had additional children.1 {p206}
iii
Keziah RICE [QQ60138], born 3 Apr 1765, according to a gravestone at Barre97,45 {p27}.
iv
Daniel RICE [QQ59105, w1725], born 1 Oct 17671 {p127}. He died in 18101 {p127}.

He married Unknown. She was thinly documented. They resided at New York, NY1 {p127}.
v
Joseph RICE [QQ59109, w1726], born 3 May 17781 {p127}. He died 3 Jul 1818, aged 40y at Barre, MA1 {p206},97. His estate was inventoried 19 Oct 1818, $2343.201 {p207}.

He married Susan HAWES 27 Dec 1801 at Barre97,1 {127, 206}. She was born 5 Nov 1782, (1780 per Ward) at Barre (under the name Haws)97,1 {p206}, died May 18551 {p206}, daughter of Capt. Daniel HAWES and Lois. Joseph RICE and Susan HAWES resided at Barre1 {p206}.

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Ralph RICE

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Ralph RICE [QQ3081, w788] (Jotham4, James3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born about 1734 at Worcester, MA, (not found in the published records)1 {p70}, son of Jotham RICE and Mary EARL. He was not listed in the 1790 or 1800 census in MA.

He married first, Sarah SAWYER 27 Jun 1749 at Nichewaug (Petersham), MA, listed as Ralph of New Rutland (Barre) and Sarah of Nichewaug123,97,1 {70, 127},45 {12, 27}. She was thinly documented. She was probably the daughter of John and Sarah Sawyer of Lancaster and Nichewaug.48 They declared their intention to marry 10 Jun 1749 at Hardwick, MA, listed as Ralph of New Rutland and Sarah of Nichewaug114. They resided in 1750 at Rutland District (Barre), MA1 {p127}.

Married Mary SNOW. She was born 6 Aug 1730 at Lancaster, MA53 {p59}, died 5 Aug 1802, (July 6th per church records), aged 73y at Leominster, MA (under the name Rice)218, daughter of John SNOW and Hannah SAWYER. Ralph RICE and Mary SNOW declared their intention to marry 6 Dec 1794 at Barre, MA, listed as Mary Buss of Leominster97. They declared their intention to marry 20 Nov 1794 at Leominster, MA, listed as Ralph of Barre and Mary Buss218.

    Children of Ralph RICE and Sarah SAWYER:

i
Sarah RICE [QQ59111, w1727], born 14 Nov 1750 at Rutland District (Barre), MA97,1 {p127}.

She married Moses SNOW. He was thinly documented. They resided at Sterling, MA1 {p127}.
ii
Ralph RICE [QQ59115, w1729], born 16 Feb 1753 at Rutland District (Barre), MA97,1 {p127}. He was not listed in the 1790 or 1800 census in Massachusetts.
iii
Rebecca RICE [QQ59116, w1730], born 6 Aug 1755 at Rutland District (Barre)97,1 {p127}.

She married Asa HEMENWAY 8 Feb 1787 at Barre, MA, listed as Asa of Bridport (called "Bradport" in the vital records)97,1 {p127}. He was born 8 Sep 1750 at Shrewsbury, MA (under the name Hemmenway)52,1 {127, 217}, son of Daniel HEMENWAY and Ruth BIGELOW. Asa HEMENWAY and Rebecca RICE resided in 1788 at Bridport, VT, on land given to him by his father1 {p128}.
iv
John RICE [QQ320428], born 20 Jan 1758 at Rutland District (Barre), MA97. He died 18 Mar 1758 at Rutland District (Barre)97. He was buried at Barre, MA97.
v
Abel RICE [QQ59124, w1731], born 16 Jan 1760, (birth not recorded in Barre)1 {p128},2 {p278}, enumerated in 1790, (household of 100--) at Barre307. He died in 1837 in Pennsylvania1 {p207},2 {p278},45 {p51}. As noted by WARD:
    " Allen Rice & Co., in 1831, began manufacturing salt in Sergeant Township, McKean Co., Pennsylvania.

    In September 1782, 100 picked warriors from a party of 300, made an assault on Rice's fort, situated on Buffalo Creek, Washington Co., Pennsylvania, about 12 miles from its junction with the Ohio River, which had only six men to defend it, two of whom were Daniel Rice and Abraham Rice. The fire of the Indians was briskly returned; at intervals they called out to the defenders of the fort, "Give Up, give up -- too many Indian -- Indian too big -- no kill".

    They were answered with defiance, "Come on, you cowards, we are ready for you. Show us your yellow hides and we will make holes in them for you". After four hours of fighting the Indians withdrew, carrying off their dead and wounded, and shooting the horses, cattle, hogs and sheep, till the place was strewed with their dead bodies. Abraham Rice was wounded in the arm and thigh, but had no bones broken; only one man of the six was killed. For their personal bravery and successful defence of that fort, in which were many women and children, "the names of this Spartan band have been enrolled on the list of heroes of our early times". [Historical Collections of Pennsylvania, by Sherman Day, p. 662]

    We have reason to suppose that Daniel Rice and Abraham Rice were descendants of Edmund Rice."

    Your authors note that the Rice Fort was documented to exist by Major George Washington who led the Virginia militia into Pennsylvania during the French and Indian War. Y-DNA analysis has shown that there were many different Rice families in colonial America. Therefore, it is very unlikely that Daniel and Abraham Rice were Edmund Rice descendants.1 {p207}

He married Anna JONES 11 Aug 1791 at Hubbardston, MA, listed as Anna of New Braintree242,1 {128, 207},2 {p278}. She was born 20 Jul 17691 {p207}, died in Pennsylvania2 {p278}. She was living 23 Jun 1855 at Harford, Susquehanna Co, PA, per a letter from their son Amos1 {p207}. They resided after 1791 at Barre, MA, for a few years1 {p207}. They relocated about 1795 to Hubbardston, MA1 {p207}. They resided about 1824 in Pennsylvania1 {p207}. A letter from their son Amos mentioned that he had six brothers and 4 sisters but does not mention their names.1 {p207}
vi
Damaris RICE [QQ59113, w1728], born in 1761 at Rutland District (Barre), MA, (not found in the published records). She died 11 Feb 1841, aged 79y at Sterling, MA (under the name Stuart)56,20 {p56079}. She was buried at Sterling, in Chocksett Cemetery56. Her identification as the daughter of Ralph Rice is based on circumstantial evidence. In particular, she named one of her sons Ralph Rice Stuart. However, that happened after Ralph Rice had already married her husband's widowed mother, and so an alternate interpretation is possible. Another piece of evidence is the fact that John Rice (WRN 1732), a son of Ralph, was living with the Stuarts at the time of the 1850 census. Again, this fact is suggestive but not conclusive, since John could instead have lived with one of his own children. Finally, Abel Rice (WRN 1731), who is believed to be another son of Ralph, named one of his daughters Damaris. She was evidently living with her son Benjamin in 1840, according to the census tallies. to her son Benjamin Stuart20 {docket 56079, 238:146}

She married Benjamin STUART 8 Feb 1787 at Barre, MA, listed as Benjamin of Leominster and Damaris of Barre97,218,1 {p127},45 {p27}. He was born about 1757 at Lancaster, MA, (not found in the published records), died 4 Jun 1820, aged 63y at Sterling, MA185,56, was buried at Sterling, in Chocksett Cemetery56, son of Joseph STEWART and Mary SNOW. Occupation: a farmer and cooper. He was a charter member of the Princeton Baptist Society, founded 1817.183
vii
John RICE [QQ59126, w1732], born about 1766 at probably Rutland District (Barre), MA, as calculated from census and death records, (not found in the published records). He died 13 Oct 1852, (married, born in Barre, son of Ralph Rice), aged 87y at Sterling, MA, from dropsy179 {68:151},45 {p51}. The Rice Family Supplement has mistakenly compressed the two brothers John into one, combining the birth date of one with the life of the other. The first one died as an infant, and so the distinction is quite clear. He was not listed in the 1790 census in Barre.

He married Abigail BROAD 2 Jul 1797 at Barre, MA97,1 {128, 207},45 {27, 51}. She was born about 20 Sep 1772 at Barre, as calculated from the death record, died 30 Aug 1868, aged 95y 11m 10d at Sterling, MA (under the name Rice), from old age179 {213:312.20},45 {p51}.


    Ralph RICE and Mary SNOW had no recorded children.

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Martha RICE

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Martha RICE [QQ3082, w789] (Jotham4, James3, Thomas2, Edmund1) , born 5 May 1735 at Worcester, MA68,1 {p70},45 {p12}, daughter of Jotham RICE and Mary EARL.

She married first, William WALKER 15 Mar 1754 at Nichewaug (Petersham), MA, listed as William of Nichawaug and Martha of New Rutland123,97,1 {70, 128},45 {12, 28}. He was born about 1718, as calculated from his death record, died 21 Feb 1777, aged 59y at Petersham, MA, from smallpox123,45 {p28}.

She married second, Benjamin CHANDLER in 178145 {p28}. He was born 4 Oct 1718 at Billerica, MA129, died 14 Jun 1798, aged 80y at Petersham, MA123 {p173}, son of William CHANDLER and Susannah BURGE. Benjamin CHANDLER and Martha RICE declared their intention to marry 21 Apr 1781, (Ward incorrectly gives this date as that of the marriage) at Petersham123,1 {70, 128},45 {p12}.

    Children of Martha RICE and William WALKER:

i
Jotham WALKER [QQ59128, w1733].

Married Abigail DUDLEY. She was thinly documented. They declared their intention to marry 30 Jan 1779 at Petersham, listed as Abigail of Barre123.
ii
William WALKER [QQ59129, w1734].


    Martha RICE and Benjamin CHANDLER had no recorded children.

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