Husband: Samuel Rice (1)
Born:
Married: 13 Dec 1676
Died: 25 Feb 1685 in Marlboro, MA
Father: Edmund Rice, Deacon
Mother: Tamazine Frost
Spouses:
Wife: Sarah White (3 4)
Born: in England (5)
Died: 1711 in Marlborough, Middlesex, Mass
Father: John White
Mother: Joane West
Spouses: James Hosmer
Children
01 (M): Joseph Rice
Born: 1678
Died:
Spouses:
Additional Information

Samuel Rice:

Christened: 12 Nov 1634, Berkhamstead, hertfordshire, England 2

Sarah White:

Christened: 09 Apr 1643, Salem, MA

Footnotes
  1. Almira Larkin White, Genealogy of the Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, Massachusetts. 1638-1900 (Haverhill, Mass., Chase Brothers Printers. 1900), p.21.

    His widow Sarah m. (2) Dec. 13, 1676, as his third wife, Samuel, son of Edmond and Thamazine Rice, who came from Barkhampstead, in Hertfordshire, England, and settled in Sudbury in 1639.
    Samuel Rice d. in Marlboro, Feb. 25, 1685. (Marlboro Records.)

  2. Ancestry.com, Samuel Rice notes,by Merilyn Pedrick 63.
  3. Almira Larkin White, Genealogy of the Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, Massachusetts. 1638-1900 (Haverhill, Mass., Chase Brothers Printers. 1900).
  4. WikiTree.com.

    Biography

    Sarah was daughter of John and Joane (West) White who emigrated to Massachusetts ca 1638. Her father listed in Salem records in 1638 with land in Wenham where Sarah was probably born in March of 1643. She was baptised April 9,1643, in the First Church, Salem, MA-probably closest to her home.

    The White family moved west to Lancaster by May 1, 1653 when her father is again listed in Lancaster records as the largest landowner in the town. Sarah's mother died the following year in 1654. Sarah married four years later to James Hosmer of Concord, a town not far from Lancaster.

    Married James Hosmer at Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts on Oct 13, 1658. " James hosmer and Sara White were maried: the 13th octob 1658."[1]

    Her husband was killed by Indians on March 31, 1676 while defending the town of Sudbury just south of Concord. Sarah's oldest sister, Elizabeth, and her brother-in-law, John Divoll, and several of her nieces and nephews were also killed the month before when the Indians attacked Lancaster in Feb, 1676. Two of her sisters, Mary Rowlandson and Hannah White, were taken prisoner along with several of their children, and later ransomed back to their homes.

    Sarah remarried widower Samuel Rice the following December 13th, 1676 in Concord. The couple apparently moved to Marlborough, MA about 17 miles SE of Concord. He died and is buried there and it is presumed Sarah is also buried there. Two death dates are listed for her: December 22, 1709 at Ipswich, Massachusetts and Jan 5, 1711. Neither are documented.

    SARAH2 (7), b. in England, bapt. in First Church, Salem, Apr. 9, 1643; m. Oct. 13, 1658, James, son of James and Ann Hosmer of Concord, who came in the ship Elizabeth from London, Eng., in 1635, aged 28, with wife Ann, aged 27. He was of Hawkhurst in County Kent. James, Jr., was born in New England, in 1637. When a child his father settled in Concord, and James, Jr., lived there until Mar. 31, 1676, when he was killed by the Indians at Sudbury Fight.[2]

    His widow Sarah m. (2) Dec. 13, 1676, as his third wife, Samuel, son of Edmond and Thamazine Rice, who came from Barkhampstead, in Hertfordshire, England, and settled in Sudbury in 1639, took the freeman's oath May 13, 1640; was one of the first proprietors of Sudbury, and was rated the sixth in the number of acres granted him. He was selectman in Sudbury in 1644 ; chosen deacon in 1648. In May, 1656, he was a petitioner for Marlboro. He was frequently appointed by the General Court to locate grants of land and appears conspicuous in the transactions of his time. In 1662, he was empowered to marry. He was buried at Sudbury, May 3, 1663.

    Samuel Rice d. in Marlboro, Feb. 25, 1685. (Marlboro Records.)


    Marriage

    Husband: James Hosmer
    Wife: Sarah White
    Marriage:
    Date: 1658[3]
    Children :

    James Hosmer,3 +.
    Sarah Hosmer,3 +.
    Mary Hosmer,3 -K
    Dorothy Hosmer,3 b. June 10, 1667 ; d. Jan. 22, 1667-8.
    Hannah Hosmer,3 b. Oct. 2, 1669; d. Dec. 9, 1672.
    Thomas Hosmer,3 +.
    Hannah Hosmer.3----
    Joseph Rice 3
    Sources

    ? [http://ma-vitalrecords.org/MA/Middlesex/Concord/Images/Concord_008.shtml Vital Records of Concord], p. 8: " James hosmer and Sara White were maried: the 13th octob 1658."

    ? Genealogy of the Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, MA 1638-1900 By Almira Larkin White, Published 1900, Printers: Chase Brothers, Original from the University of Wisconsin, Madison , v. 1, Digitized Mar 14, 2008, google books, pg 21
    ? Source: #S1 Page: 128
    See also:

    Concord Register p. 8: " James hosmer and Sara White were maried: the 13th octob 1658."
    GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WHITE of Wenham and Lancaster MASSACHUSETTS 1638-1900 VOLUME I, By Almira Larkin White, Chase Brothers Printers, Haverhill, MA, 1900 (page 21)
    Source: S1 Title: The Hosmer Heritage: Ancestors and Descendants of the Emigrant Thomas Hosmer Author: Ronald Longaker Roberts Publication: South Lake Tahoe, CA: 1984 Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
    Source: S1 Title: Hosmer Heritage by Mary F. Vance-Shaw Author: Mary F. Vance-Shaw Note: Source Medium: Book Page: 5
    ? [http://ma-vitalrecords.org/MA/Middlesex/Concord/Images/Concord_008.shtml Vital Records of Concord], p. 8: " James hosmer and Sara White were maried: the 13th octob 1658."
    ? Genealogy of the Descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, MA 1638-1900 By Almira Larkin White, Published 1900, Printers: Chase Brothers, Original from the University of Wisconsin, Madison , v. 1, Digitized Mar 14, 2008, google books, pg 21
    ? Source: #S1 Page: 128

    Acknowledgements

    WikiTree profile White-9333 created on May 20, 2012 by Tami Osmer.

  5. Forrest Blanding, a family tree posted on (Ancestry.com).
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