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List of Edmund Rice (colonist) descendants


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This is a category of descendants of Edmund Rice who immigrated to


Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1638 with his kin and became a founder
of both Sudbury, Massachusetts and Marlborough, Massachusetts.[1][2]
[3][4][5][6]

Contents
1 A
2 B
3 C
4 D
5 E
6 H
7 I
8 K
9 L
10 M
11 O
12 P
13 R
14 S
15 U
16 W
17 Z
18 References

Title page to Andrew Henshaw


Ward's A Genealogical History of
the Rice Family: The Descendants
of Deacon Edmund Rice, financed
by members of the Rice family
and published in 1858.

A
Graldine Margit Virginia Olga Mria Apponyi de Nagyappony (1915-2002), Queen of Albania
Desiderio Alberto Arnaz IV (1953 - ), actor and musician, son of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz
Lucie Dsire Arnaz (1951 - ), entertainer and producer; daughter of actors Lucille Ball and Desi
Arnaz

B
Frederick Henry Ball (19152007), movie studio executive, actor, and brother of comedian Lucille
Ball.
Lucille Dsire Ball (1911-1989), actress, comedian, television personality, and studio executive
Desilu Productions
Donald Clinton Barton (1889-1939), geophysicist and pioneering petroleum geologist
George Hunt Barton (1852-1933), geologist, educator, explorer of Greenland with Robert E. Peary
Asa Brigham (17881844), signer of Texas Declaration of Independence, Texas treasurer, Austin
mayor

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Carl Campbell Brigham (18901943), controversial pioneer of psychometrics, known for creating the
Scholastic Aptitude Test
Elbert Sidney Brigham (18771962), U.S. Congressman from Vermont
Elijah Brigham (17511816), Massachusetts state representative and state senator; U.S. Congressman
from Massachusetts.
Mary Ann Brigham (18291889), American educator and 8th President (President Elect) of Mount
Holyoke College
Robert Breck Brigham (18261900), philanthropist endowing the Robert Breck Brigham Hospital in
Boston.
Joseph Emerson Brown (1821-1894), Governor of Georgia during the U.S. Civil War and U.S.
Senator from Georgia
Joseph Mackey Brown (1851-1932), Two non-consecutive term governor of Georgia implicated in the
lynching of Leo Frank; son of Joseph E. Brown
Catharinus Putnam Buckingham (1808-1888), professor of mathematics and brigadier general in
Union Army; grandson of Rufus Putnam
Edgar Rice Burroughs (18751950), author and creator of the Tarzan character
John Coleman Burroughs (19131979), book illustrator and son of Edgar Rice Burroughs

C
George Rice Carpenter (18631909), educator and literary scholar
Margaret Seymour Carpenter (1893-1987), author of the novel Experiment Perilous
Herman Churchill (18691941), educator, genealogist and historian
Calvin Coolidge (18721933), thirtieth President of the United States
Charles Austin Coolidge (18441926), brigadier general
John Coolidge (19062000), businessman & philanthropist from Plymouth Notch, Vermont and son of
President Coolidge

D
Dorothea Lynde Dix (1802-1887), health care and social reformer
Allen Stuart Drury (19181998), journalist, and winner of the 1960 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his
novel Advise and Consent
Alexander Greer Drury (18441929), physician, medical educator and medical historian
Asa Drury (18011870), educator and Baptist minister best known as an antebellum abolitionist
Thomas Drury (1668-1723), Massachusetts colonial legislator

E
Alexander Rice Esty (18261881), 19th century New England architect
Constantine Canaris Esty (1824-1912), state representative, state senator and U.S. Congressman from
Massachusetts.

H
Erastus Otis Haven (1820-1881), Methodist bishop, Massachusetts state senator, and president of
three major universities
John James Hollister, Jr. (19011961) California state senator and grandson of William Welles
Hollister

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William Welles Hollister (18181886) a California rancher and entrepreneur, namesake of Hollister,
California
Arthur Otis Howe (1871-1951), Vermont state representative and senator
Elias Howe (18191867), inventor of the first practical sewing machine
Frank Edmund Howe (1870-1953), Vermont state legislator, House speaker, and Vermont lieutenant
governor
Gardner Howe (1759-1854), Vermont state legislator
Gilman Bigelow Howe (18501933), genealogist and president of the National Genealogical Society
Jonas Howe (1786-1865), Massachusetts state legislator
Jonas Holland Howe (1821-1898), abolitionist, artist, and Minnesota state legislator
Marshall Otis Howe (1832-1919), Vermont state legislator
Simon Herbert Howe (1835-1911), businessman, Massachusetts state legislator and first mayor of
Marlborough
Levi Hubbard (17621836), Massachusetts state legislator, U.S. Congressman from Massachusetts
(Maine District)

I
Charles Phillip Ingalls (18361902), American pioneer whose life was depicted in the Little House
books
James Harvey Irvine (18671947), prominent landowner in Orange County, California; Irvine Ranch

K
Charles Reuben Keyes (18711951), educator, archaeologist and German scholar
Margaret Naumann Keyes (19182015), educator and heritage conservation scholar
David Sjodahl King (19172009), U.S. Congressman from Utah, ambassador
William Henry King (18631949), U.S. Congressman and Senator from Utah

L
Rose Wilder Lane (18861968), writer, political theorist & co-founder of the modern American
libertarian movement
Mary Ashton (Rice) Livermore (18201905), American abolitionist, social activist, and author.

M
Catherine Ann Keyes Miller (19051978), music historian, archivist, and educator

O
Culbert Levy Olson (1876-1962), California governor 1939-43; first cousin to U.S. Senator William
H. King

P
Frank Charles Partridge (18611943), lawyer, diplomat, and U.S. Senator from Vermont
William Lyon Phelps (1865-1945), author, radio program host, professor of English literature at Yale

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University
Orlando Brunson Potter (1823-1894). businessman, U.S. Congressman from New York

R
Abbott Barnes Rice (18621926), businessman and Massachusetts state legislator
Alexander Hamilton Rice (18181895), industrialist, Boston mayor, Massachusetts governor, and
U.S. Congressman
Alexander Hamilton Rice, Jr. (18751956), physician, geographer and explorer
Alexandrea Kawisenhawe Rice (1972 - ), contemporary Canadian actress from the Kahnawake
Mohawk nation
Americus Vespucius Rice (18351904), banker, brigadier general, U.S. Congressman from Ohio
Andrew Eliot Rice (1922-2010), American political scientist, founder of Peace Corps and the Society
for International Development
Arthur Wallace Rice (1869-1938), architect from Boston and partner in Parker, Thomas & Rice
Caleb Rice (17921873), attorney; first president of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
and mayor of Springfield, Massachusetts
Charles Rice (17871863), brigadier general of the Massachusetts Militia and state representative
Charles Allen Thorndike Rice (18511889), publisher, editor and journalist
Charles Francis Rice (18511927), Methodist minister, author
Edmund Rice (18191889), U.S. Congressman from Minnesota
Edmund Rice (18421906), brigadier general and Medal of Honor awardee
Edward Everett Rice (18471924), composer and musical theater producer
Edward Loranus Rice (18711960), biologist and university administrator
Eustace Bond Rice (1871-1938) professor of music theory at New England Conservatory
Franklin Pierce Rice (18521919), publisher, historian and antiquarian
George Merrick Rice (1808-1894), businessman, steel industry pioneer, Massachusetts state senator
George Walter Rice (18551884), pioneering Canadian photographer and arctic explorer
George Washington Rice (18231856), businessman and founder of Massachusetts Mutual Life
Insurance Company
Harvey Rice (18001891), lawyer, publisher, author and Ohio state legislator
Henry Rice (17861867), U.S. military officer, merchant and Massachusetts state legislator
Henry Mower Rice (18161894), U.S. Senator from Minnesota, prominent in its statehood
Jacob Rice (1787-1879), New Hampshire state legislator
James Clay Rice (18281864), educator, lawyer and brigadier general
James Stephen Rice (18461939), businessman, rancher & early resident of Tustin, California
Joel Taylor Rice (aka Joel Ryce-Menuhin), (19331998) pianist and Jungian psychologist
John Asaph Rice (1829-1888), prominent Chicago hotelier & book collector, father of Wallace Rice
Jonas Rice (16721753), grandson of Edmund; first permanent English American settler and founder
of Worcester, Massachusetts
Joseph Rice (1638-1711), son of Edmund, Member of the Massachusetts General Court in 1683 and
1698
Joseph Waldo Rice (1828-1915), American-born entrepreneur and early settler of Barmah, Victoria,
Australia.
Lawrence Bridges Rice (18981992), architect and tennis champion
Leon Scott Rice (1958- ), Lieutenant General, U.S. Air Force; Director of Air National Guard and
formerly The Adjutant General (TAG) of the Massachusetts National Guard
Lilian Jeannette Rice (1889-1938), architect from San Diego
Luther Rice (17831836), Baptist minister, missionary to India, and educator; founder of George
Washington University

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Michael Alan Rice (1955- ), biologist, Rhode Island state legislator


Ora Ray Rice (1885-1966), dentist, Wisconsin state legislator, Speaker of the Wisconsin State
Assembly 1951-54
Paul North Rice (1888-1967), librarian, reference department director of the New York Public Library
Percy Fitch Rice (18821954), inventor and businessman
Richard Henry Rice (18631922), mechanical engineer and inventor
Robert Vernon Rice (1924- ), biochemist and educator
Thomas Rice (1654-1747), grandson of Edmund; Massachusetts colonial legislator and a founder of
Westborough, Massachusetts
Thomas Rice (1734-1812), Massachusetts state legislator, judge, Federalist Party politician
Thomas Rice (17681854), Massachusetts state legislator, U.S. Congressman from Massachusetts
(Maine district)
Victor Moreau Rice (1818-1869), New York State legislator, educator, newspaperman, banker and
insurance company executive.
Wallace deGroot Cecil Rice (18591939), author, poet and designer of the Chicago flag
Willard Wadsworth Rice (18951967), silver medalist U.S. hockey player in the 1924 Winter
Olympics
William Abbott Rice (19121991), geologist and university professor
William Rice (17881863), Massachusetts businessman and public servant
William Rice (18211897), Methodist minister, librarian
William Ball Rice (18401909), industrialist and president of Rice & Hutchins, Inc.
William Gorham Rice, Jr. (1892-1979) law professor at University of WisconsinMadison
William Gorham Rice, Sr. (18561945) American government official from Albany, New York
William North Rice (18451928), geologist, Methodist minister and university administrator
William Whitney Rice (18261896), U.S. Congressman from Massachusetts
George Edmund Royce (18291903), businessman and state senator from Vermont

S
Joan Irvine Smith (1933- ), businesswoman and philanthropist prominent in Orange County,
California.

U
William Upham (17911853), Vermont state legislator and U.S. Senator from Vermont

W
Gideon Welles (18021878), Secretary of the Navy during the Lincoln and Andrew Johnson
administrations.
Almanzo James Wilder (18571949), husband of writer Laura Ingalls Wilder and father of writer
Rose Wilder Lane
Laura Ingalls Wilder (18671957), author of Little House on the Prairie

Z
Leka Zogu (1939-2011), Crown Prince of Albania
Leka Zogu II (b. 1982), pretender to Albanian throne

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References
1. "Edmund Rice Six-Generation Database". Edmund Rice (1638) Association. Retrieved 2009-04-12.
2. Ward, Andrew Henshaw. 1858. A genealogical History of the Rice Family: Descendants of Deacon Edmund
Rice, Boston: C. Benjamin Richardson, Publisher. 379pp. Download PDF (https://books.google.com/books
/download/A_genealogical_history_of_the_Rice_famil.pdf?id=DKxOAAAAMAAJ&output=pdf&
sig=ACfU3U3MH1Wk2ycAAqUP5Xs5hm4Uw5cqBg&source=gbs_v2_summary_r&cad=0)
3. Smith, Elsie Haws. (1954). More About those Rices. Meador Publishers, Boston.
4. Edmund Rice (1638) Association, 2014. Descendants of Edmund Rice: The First Nine Generations. (CD-ROM)
(http://www.edmund-rice.org/books.htm)
5. Ellis, Ray Lowther (ed.), 1970. A Genealogical Register of Edmund Rice Descendants. Edmund Rice (1638)
Association and The Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont. 1594 pp.
6. "The First Nine Generations of the Descendants of Edmund Rice (CD-ROM)". Edmund Rice (1638) Association.
August 2015. Retrieved 4 Jun 2016.

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