Husband: Henry Rice
Wife: Elizabeth Moore (1)
From "Genealogical History of the Rice Family", by Andrew Hensaw Ward, Benjamin Richardson Publ., Boston, 1858:
Called himself 50 years old Jan 25, 1667, as appears by a depositionon in the files of the court. He was admitted freeman 1658. Resided at Sudbury and lastly at Framingham where he died Feb 10, 1710-11. 10 children.
Bio in "History of Sudbury," by Alfred Serano Hudson, 1889, publ by town of Sudbury:
He was assigned a house-lot on the south street of the settlement of Sudbury, adjacent to that of John Maynard on the east, and his father, Edmund, on the west.
From "Bullard and Allied Families", by Edgar J. Bullard, Detroit, 1930:
He lived in the second of the towns of Framingham that was called "Rice's Grant"
From Edmund Rice Assn Website:
Henry 2 Rice (Edmund1) was born circa 1617 , called himself 50 years old on January 25, 1667, as appears by a deposition on the files of the court. 1,2 He was baptized on 13 February 1620/21 at Stanstead, Co of Suffolk. 2,15,25,20 He married Elizabeth Moore, daughter of John Moore Sr and Bridget (--?--), on 1 January 1643/44 at Sudbury, Middlesex Co, MA, Ward gives the month as February. 1,26,15,27,4 He died on 10 February 1710/11 at Framingham, Middlesex Co, MA. 1,28,29 Henry Rice estate was probated on 28 February 1710/11 at Middlesex Co, MA. 1,30
He swore an oath of fidelity on 9 July 1645 at Sudbury, Middlesex Co, MA. He was a freeman on 10 May 1648 at Sudbury, MA. 31,32 He received one lot in the Sudbury Two-Mile Grant in 1655. 33 He was one of thethirteen Sudbury petitioners for the grant of Marlborough in 1656. 34 He was a freeman in 1658. 1 He received 50 acres at Rice's End from his father, where he built a house in 1659. 35 He stated in a court action that he was 50 years old on 25 January 1667 at Middlesex Co, MA.1 He was an original member of the church in Framingham in 1701. 35 He left a will on 3 October 1705, inventory was £527.11.0. The will mentions sons Jonathan and David; daughters Elizabeth Brewer, Hannah Taylor, Abigail Smith, Tamasin Parmenter, Rachel Drury, Lydia Wheelock, Mercy Allen; and granddaughter Mary Brigham.1
Revised: February 19, 2018