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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 12 0 Browse Search
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7; his w. Hannah survived. 3. George, s. of George (2), m. Abigail, dau. of Thomas Peirce, 18 Feb. 1684-5; she d. 9 Sept. 1719, a. nearly 59, and he m. wid. Sybil Rice of Sudbury 24 May 1721. His chil. were Abigail, b. 6 Feb. 1685-6, m. Capt. Samuel Stone of Lex., and d. 16 Jan. 1767; Ebenezer, b. 6 Mar. 1689-90, m. Huldah——e residing in New Jersey, caused a tomb to be constructed here, in which, upon his death in 1757, his body and that of Judge Remington were placed side by side. Rice, Richard, was an early inhabitant here, and contracted 1 Mar. 1635-6, to take charge of one hundred cows for the space of three months, to begin when he shall be ah, and Mr. Shattuck assumes this as the true age; but he was reputed among his contemporaries to be still older. Judge Foxcroft made a memorandum on the back of Mr. Rice's will,—Paul Rice the surviving Executor in the same named, exhibited this writing as the last will and testament of his father Richard Rice, late of Concord, (a<
7; his w. Hannah survived. 3. George, s. of George (2), m. Abigail, dau. of Thomas Peirce, 18 Feb. 1684-5; she d. 9 Sept. 1719, a. nearly 59, and he m. wid. Sybil Rice of Sudbury 24 May 1721. His chil. were Abigail, b. 6 Feb. 1685-6, m. Capt. Samuel Stone of Lex., and d. 16 Jan. 1767; Ebenezer, b. 6 Mar. 1689-90, m. Huldah——e residing in New Jersey, caused a tomb to be constructed here, in which, upon his death in 1757, his body and that of Judge Remington were placed side by side. Rice, Richard, was an early inhabitant here, and contracted 1 Mar. 1635-6, to take charge of one hundred cows for the space of three months, to begin when he shall be ah, and Mr. Shattuck assumes this as the true age; but he was reputed among his contemporaries to be still older. Judge Foxcroft made a memorandum on the back of Mr. Rice's will,—Paul Rice the surviving Executor in the same named, exhibited this writing as the last will and testament of his father Richard Rice, late of Concord, (a<