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Rice Ollie Rice
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Birth: Sep. 22, 1881
Death: Jun. 28, 1905
Benton County
Arkansas, USA

RICE, Ollie Ollie Rice, son of Rev. I.T. Rice, died at an early hour Saturday morning at his home two miles north of Brightwater. Funeral services were held Sunday evening at Buttram's Chapel and were attended by a large number of friends and relatives. Mr. Rice, who was about twenty-four years of age, had been working most of the past three years in a railroad roundhouse at Pawnee, Okla. He still owned his farm north of Brightwater and last years returned home early in the spring in time to put in a crop and remained all summer. Shortly after his return home last year he was married to Miss Eliza Green of near Brightwater and they had one child. In the fall they went to Pawnee. This spring, Mr. Rice was afflicted with kidney trouble and the railroad sent him to their hospital at Topeka, Kansas. On his return trip from the hospital he was hurt in a wreck at Emporia, being quite badly cut about the head and receiving internal injuries. He returned home about three weeks ago and it is not though unlikely that this death was the result of his old trouble and complications resulting from the shock received in the wreck. [Rogers Democrat Rogers, Benton County, Arkansas June 28, 1905] 
Family links: 
  Isaac Tandy Rice (1836 - 1915)
  Fannie Arthurs Rice (1851 - 1927)
  William Henry Rice (1860 - 1923)**
  Charles W Rice (1873 - 1915)*
  Rice Ollie Rice (1881 - 1905)
*Calculated relationship
Buttram Chapel Cemetery
Pea Ridge
Benton County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: Freda
Record added: Jan 24, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47065134
Rice Ollie Rice
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 Added: Jan. 24, 2010

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