NameSamuel Rice
BirthNov 1634, Barkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England750
Christening12 Nov 1634, Barkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England751,750 Age: <1
Death25 Feb 1684/1685, Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts561,750 Age: 49
FatherEdmund Rice (~1594-1663)
MotherThomasine Frost (1600-1654)
Deathabt 28 Oct 1667, Sudbury, Massachusetts561
Burial30 Oct 1667, Sudbury, Massachusetts753
Cause of deathComplications from childbirth
Marriage8 Nov 1655, Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts753
ChildrenElizabeth (1656-1727)
 Hannah (1658-1747)
 Joshua (1661-1734)
 Edmund (1663-~1726)
 Esther (1665-1737)
 Samuel (1667-1713)
Birth2 May 1639, Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts754,750
Death18 Jun 1675, Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts561,750,755 Age: 36
FatherEdward Dix
MotherJane Wilkerson
MarriageSep 1668, Sudbury, Massachusetts561,754
ChildrenMary (1669-)
 Edward (1672-)
 Abigail (1673-)
BirthApr 1643, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
Christening9 Apr 1643, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Age: <1
Deathaft 7 Apr 1685 Age: 42
FatherJohn White
MotherJoane West
Marriage13 Dec 1676, Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts561
ChildrenJoseph (1678-)
Notes for Samuel Rice
He was 32 years old on 2 May 1666 according to his testimony on that date in a court case in Cambridge. He later lived in Sudbury and Marlborough. He and his second wife wer in Concord in 1675 when the latter died. They had probably moved there for greater safety during the fighting with the Indians.

Samuel's will was dated 10 February 1684 and proved 7 April 1685. His brothers Edward and Joseph Rice were the overseers of the will and the inventory of 6 March 1685 amounted to 349 pounds 2 s. 6 d.

He had six children with his first wife Elizabeth. Incidentally, Samuel, the youngest child with her was given to his "brother and sister King for their own" according to his will.

He had three children with wife Mary. He had one child with wife Sarah.561
Notes for Elizabeth (Spouse 1)
She was the sister of Mary King who married Thomas Rice.
Notes for Mary (Spouse 2)
" The testimony of Thomas Fleg (Flagg) of Watertown, 1679, on court files, is, that 'Samuel Rice m. Mary, widow of Abraham Brown, about one year after Brown's death; and that she lived with him seven years, and then she died.'"561

Ward notes that the Concord records have the year of her death wrong. He also observes that they were probably in Concord as refuge from the Indians.561
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