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Margaret Rice

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  • Name Margaret Rice 
    Born Abt 1851  Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Person ID I4859  Thompson
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2012 

    Father Rufus Rice,   b. Abt 1814, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Elizabeth Jane Owens,   b. 12 Dec 1830, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 04 Feb 1904, Jackson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Family ID F1735  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Documents
    1860 United States Federal Census Record - Douglas, Jackson County, Kansas Territory - Page 97
    1860 United States Federal Census Record - Douglas, Jackson County, Kansas Territory - Page 97

  • Notes 
    • http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/a/i/Joanne-K-Paisley-MO/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0028.html
      Some information on Death was October 8, 1879 in Morrell, Kansas. (Brown Co.) Is she buried there?
      In 1870 at the age of 18, she was married to David and had had Emma E. They lived next to her mother Elizabeth J. Ransier and stepfather James Ransier, sisters Melisa and Martha Jane. Benjamin Rice was living with a clergyman named Benjamin Lewis in Clinton, Douglas, Kns. Benjamin was 13. Her sister Nancy was 16 and married to William R. Zook, 24. They lived in Shirley, Cloud Co., Kansas (Solomon) Stephen was living in Nemaha Co. Leneca. Kn.
      Family Group Records Rice-Ransier has information concerning this family. Indicated there was some children who might have been adopted.
      Pub. 732 S. 6th
      Brighton, Co 80601
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      The above was found in a family tree listed with ancestory.com Contact: Leslie, Smith@Juno.com
      Mrs. David Mize died of congestive chills. August 10, 1879. She leaves five small children. Aug 21, 1879. Taken from the Kansas Herald Collection June 26, 1879-June 18, 1880 Marriage, Births, Deaths.
      More About Margaret Rice and David Leroy Mize:
      Marriage: August 09, 1868, Jackson County, Kansas.62
      Marriage Notes for Margaret Rice and David Leroy Mize:
      Marriage date taken from the Jackson County, Kansas (Calhoun County) bride and groom marriage index, Volume 1, March 14, 1855 to December 31, 1834. Compiled 1989 by Dan Fenton.
      Marriage License was afterwards to wit on the 26 th day of August returned to said Probrate Judge. I, do hereby certify, that in accordance with the authorization of the within License, I did, on the 9th day of August, 1868 at James Ransier's, in said County, join and unite in Marriage the within named David L. Mize and Margaret Rice. Joseph Rogers, Minister of the United Bretherin Church. Filed at the Jacson County, Kansas Courthouse--Book A--page 26.
      From the National Archives--Civil War Pension Application--Cert. No. 799705, Can No. 61579, Bundle No. 4. Pensioner: Mary E. Widow of Veteran: David L. Mize.
      Affidavit. State of Kansas, Atchison County, SS: Mrs. Emily C. Jay of lawful age, being first duly sworn, on her oath deposes and says: I was well and personally acquainted with David L. Mize in his life time: that David L. Mize was on or about July 9th, 1868, in the county of Jackson state of Kansas, married to Margaret Rice: that David L. Mize lived with his said wife Margaret from the date of their marriage, without separation or divorce, until the death of said Margaret Mize, on or about August 10, 1875; that said David L. was not remarried to any one from the date of the death of said Margaret Mize, until July 3rd, 1881 when he was married to Mary E. Babcock, in Jackson county, Kansas: that David L. Mize lived with his wife, Mary E. Mize, from the date of their Marriage, without separation or divorce, until the day of his death; that said David L. Mize died on or about the 24th day of March 1914, leaving his widow, Mary E. Mize, him surviving. I am 65 years of age, and my post office address is Atchison, Kansas, R. F. D. No. 2. And sworn to before me this 11 day of January 1915.
      Affidavit. State of Kansas, Atchison County, SS: Emily C. Jay of lawaful age, beign first duly sworn, on her oath deposes and says: I am am 65 years of age: I am a resident of Atchison county, state of Kansas; my post office address is Atchison, Kansas; I was well and personally acquainted with Margaret Mize (formerly Margaret Rice) during the last 11 years of her life; that said Margaret Mize died on or about the 10th day of August 1879, in the county of Brown, State of Kansas, leaving her husband, David L. Mize, her surviving: this of my personal knowledge. And further Affiant saith not. signed Emily C. Jay Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of June.
      Affidavit. State of Kansas, Brown County, SS: Mary E. Mize. of lawful age being first duly sworn, on her oath, deposes and says: I am 60 years of age, and am a resident of Brown County, Kansas; my post office address is Fairview; I was on the 18th day of January 1879, married to James P. Babcock in Shawnee County, Kansas; I lived with my husband, James P. Babcock, from the date of our marriage, with out separation or divorce, until the day of his death of said James P. Babcock, which was on or about May 11, 1879; that I was not intermarried with any one from the date of the death of said James P. Babcock, until July 3, 1881, when I was married to David L. Mize; that I lived with my husband David L. Mize, from the date of our marriage, without separation or divorce, until the day of the dath of said David L. Mize, which was on the 24rth day of March 1914. That said James P. Babcock never served in the military or naval service of the United States; that I was never married prior to my marriage to James P. Babcock, but am unable to furnish additional testimony on that point, for the reason that I do not know and with diligence have been unable to ascertain, the address or whereabouts of any persons who knew me prior to my marriage to James P. Babock. And further affiant saith not. signed Mary E. Mize
      Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January 1915.
      Affidavit. State of Kansas, Shawnee County, SS: Mrs. Jennie Antrim of lawful age, being first duly sworn, on her oath deposes and says: I am 49 years of age, and a resident of Shawnee county, Kansas; my post office address is, N. Topeka R. R. 6; I am, and have been for the past all my years life, well and personally acquainted with Mary E. Mize, widow of David L. Mize; that Mary E. Mize was formerly the wife of James P. Babcock, having been married to him on or about January 18, 1879; that said James P. Babcock died on or about May 11, 1879, leaving his widow, Mary E. Babcock, him surviving; that said Mary E. Babcock was not remarried to any one from the date of the death of said James P. Babcock, until July 3, 1881, when she was married to David L. Mize; that Mary E. Mize lived with her husband, David L. Mize from the date of their marriage, without separation or divorce, until the day of the death of said David L. Mize.


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