|Birth: ||Dec. 23, 1770|
|Death: ||Oct. 3, 1856|
CONRAD RICE, son of Zachariah & Abigail (Hartman) Rice was born 1770, Chester Springs, Chester Co., Pa., married (1): 13 November 1792, Catherine Stowe, b. c1774, Chester Springs, Chester Co., Pa. (2): Elizabeth Foose b. c1774,
Cumberland Co., Pa. He died 3 October 1856, in 86th year, buried Emanuel
Lutheran and Reformed Churchyard. Resided Liberty Valley, Perry Co., Pa.
1. SAMUEL RICE, b 16 June 1793, Pa., mar. Mary Shull
2. MARGARET RICE, b. c1794, Pa.
3. SARAH RICE, b. c1796, Pa.
4. WILLIAM RICE, b. 20 July 1799, Pa.
5. CONRAD RICE, JR., b. 25 July 1808, Pa.
CONRAD RICE, SR., was a native of Chester County, Pa., and was a farmer. He removed to Saville Township, Perry County, becoming one of its first residents. Some years later he went to Juniata County, where he passed the remainder of his days, and died in 1855. He was married twice, his first wife being Miss Foose, a native of Perry County; they had five children: Samuel; William; Margaret (Mrs. Frederick Shell [Shull]); Sarah (Mrs. Michael Ickes); and Conrad. The mother of these children died in Saville Township, and Mr. Rice then married Miss Catharine Stoney [Stowe], of Cumberland County, Pa. He was a Democrat. He attended the Lutheran church.
Zachariah E. Rice (1731 - 1811)
Maria Appolonia Hartman Rice (1742 - 1789)
Samuel Rice (1793 - 1873)*
Conrad Rice (1808 - 1876)*
'John' Johannes Rice (1758 - 1837)*
Anna Maria (Anomarriah) Rice Sheneman (1765 - 1834)*
Conrad Rice (1770 - 1856)
Mary Rice Wallick (1772 - 1860)**
Henry Rice (1779 - 1853)*
Benjamin Rice (1786 - 1861)*
In memory of Conrad Rice who died Oct 3, 1856, in the 86th year of his age.
Maintained by: Dyane
Originally Created by: Scott Shatto
Record added: Mar 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49292002
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With loving thoughts for my 4great grand uncle...from a wonderful family starting with his parents and my 5ggparents, Zachariah Reiss/Rice and 'Abigail' Hartman(n). I am blessed with and thankful for such a strong heritage in Pennsylvania.|
Linda McNeal Millerick
Added: May. 14, 2013