Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Joseph Goodenow

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 62
shown as GOODNOW
no children
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Ruth Haynes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 62
no children
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DWS: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965
DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
no children
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John Newton Rice

DWS: A Genealogical Register 1970 of Edmund Rice Descendants by Ray Lowther Ellis page 284 & 473
lived near Clayton MI
Shown as JOHN RICE (middle initial not proven)
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DWS: 1850 Fed Census French Creek, Mercer, Pennsylvania
Name: John Rice
Age: 17
Birth Year: abt 1833
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Home in 1850: French Creek, Mercer, Pennsylvania, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 590
Name Age
John Rice 56 m b. Penn farmer
Anne Rice 38 f b. Penn
Lawrence Rice 26 m b. Penn, laborer
Mary Rice 24 f b. Penn
Elizabeth Rice 22 f b. Penn
Sarah Rice 26 f b. Penn
John Rice 17 m b. Penn
Margaret Rice 8 f b. Penn
Sarah Rice 6 f b. Penn
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DWS: findagrave.com
"Obituary of John Newton Rice; The Neligh Leader, October 24, 1919, page 1 (Nebraska)
DEATH RECORD
John Newton Rice
The following regarding the death of a former resident of this county is from the Harvard, Nebr., Courier:
John Newton Rice was born near the town of Mercer, Mercer county, Pennsylvania, on August 6, 1832, where his family went through the hardships of the early settlers in clearing up the timberland and establishing homes, and where he spent his early life till at the age of about twenty-one he came to Roseville, Illinois, where he was soon joined in marriage to Amy Axtell, who, with her family had moved to Illinois from Pennsylvania a year or two before. To this union eight children were born, five sons and three daughters, all but one of whom are living. He also has nineteen grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. On account of his wife's poor health he moved to Grinnell, Iowa, in 1862 and afterwards to Crete, Nebraska, and later to Antelope county, this state, where his wife died on Dec. 15, 1893. In November, 1895 he was united in marriage to Mrs. Mary Carscallen of Oakdale, Nebraska and then lived in Neligh until they moved to Harvard in the spring of 1907, where he had since lived.
About forty years ago through an accident he lost the use of one eye and from over strain and advancing age he gradually lost the use of the other eye, so for the past three or four years has been almost totally blind.
When quite young he became an active member of the Presbyterian church, but on coming west united with the Congregational church and has been a member of that church ever since and always interested in trying to build up Sunday school and church work. He was a lover of music and sang bass in the Congregational church in Grinnell, Iowa, for eleven years. He had a strong robust constitution and lived an active life until the gradual hardening of his arteries and blindness caused him to give up all kinds of work. On December, 14 1917, he had his third paralytic stroke which rendered him perfectly helpless, but he bore with patience the long confinement to his bed, often passing the time in singing songs and repeating verses he had learned when young and in visiting with people he imagined to be with him till the end came on Friday evening, October 10, 1919, when without a struggle, he slept himself away to a better land, after living 87 years, 2 months and 4 days.
The funeral services were held at his late home at 8:30 o'clock, October 14, in time to take the morning train for Elgin, Nebraska, where the remains were laid beside his first wife, Rev Triplett had charge of the services at the home.
NOTE:
The last child to be linked to the parents is Jesse Albert Rice who last lived in California. So far no burial information can be found for him.'
Family links:
Spouse:
Amy Axtell Rice (1833 - 1893)*
Children:
Orilla Ellen Rice Barnett (1854 - 1936)*
Evangeline Amy Rice Booth (1856 - 1891)*
Evangeline Amy Rice Booth (1856 - 1891)*
Sumner John Rice (1858 - 1938)*
Franklin Henry Rice (1862 - 1938)*
Ernest Joseph Axtell Rice (1866 - 1936)*
Isabelle Belle Rice Enos (1868 - 1961)*
Whitman Spalding Rice (1870 - 1930)*"
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DWS: ancestry.com: North America, Family Hisoties, 1500-2000
Genealogical Record of the CONDIT FAMILY
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN CUNDIT
A NATIVE OF GREAT BRITAIN WHO
SETTLED IN NEWARK, N.J.
BY JOTHAM H CONDIT AND EVEN CONDIT
1678 TO 1885
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Amy Axtell

had 8 children
DWS: findagrave.com
"Daughter of Joseph Smith Axtell # 69115184 and Elizabeth Condit Axtell
Obituary of Amy Axtell Rice
The Antelope Tribune, Wednesday, December 20, 1893 (Antelope county, Nebraska)
' RICE--At her home in Gloversville, on the morning of December 15, Amy, wife of J. N. Rice, in her 61st year.
Amy Axtell was born in Mercer Co., Penn., August 19, 1833, and was married to J. N. Rice, Nov. 17, 1853. Her father, Joseph S. Axtell, was one of the first settlers in Mercer Co., enduring the hardships and dangers of a pioneer life, surrounded by heavy forests and wild beasts. She was one of a large family all of whom were Christians. From her earliest childhood she loved her Savior, not being able to give the date of her conversion. At the age of sixteen she united with the Presbyterian church in which her father was a leading worker, highly esteemed by those who knew him. She was faithful in the training and care of her children all of whom have rendered obedience to the command , "My son, give me thy heart," and have all been gathered within the fold of Christ.
She was the helper and inspirer of her husband in all his labors, for over forty years. She was always kind and cheerful, beloved by all her friends and acquaintances, always showing a Christian sympathy for those in affliction and sorrow, rendering assistance whenever it was in her power. Her bible was her daily and constant companion, and she had an abiding confidence and trust in Christ her Savior as "A very present help in every time of trouble."
She was of a missionary spirit, taking special interest in missionaries, laboring in the dark places of the earth. She was anxious to see the Christian church prosper, and that its purity be maintained.
By her death her children lose a loving mother, her husband a faithful companion, the church of Gloversville, a thoroughly consecrated worker, and the community a faithful and loving friend to all of whom doubtless her message today would be "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you." The funeral services were conducted from the home of the deceased at Gloversville Sunday, Dec. 17, 1893, after which she was interred in the cemetery near Elgin, Nebr.'
Family links:
Parents:
Joseph Smith Axtell (1792 - 1851)
Elizabeth Condit Axtell (1802 - 1852)
Spouse:
John Newton Rice (1832 - 1919)
Children:
Orilla Ellen Rice Barnett (1854 - 1936)*
Evangeline Amy Rice Booth (1856 - 1891)*
Evangeline Amy Rice Booth (1856 - 1891)*
Sumner John Rice (1858 - 1938)*
Franklin Henry Rice (1862 - 1938)*
Ernest Joseph Axtell Rice (1866 - 1936)*
Isabelle Belle Rice Enos (1868 - 1961)*
Whitman Spalding Rice (1870 - 1930)*
Siblings:
Mary Axtell Dilley (1814 - 1886)**
Eunice S. Axtell Dilley (1823 - 1903)*
Bathsheba Axtell (1825 - 1826)*
Samuel Axtell (1826 - 1899)*
Pliny Fisk Axtell (1829 - 1887)*
Amy Axtell Rice (1833 - 1893)
Linus C Axtell (1835 - 1930)*
Caroline Axtel (1837 - 1861)*
Permelia Axtell Everett (1840 - 1920)*
Sarah Jane Axtell Van Gilder (1842 - 1935)*
Zenas Joseph Axtell (1844 - 1856)*' "
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DWS: ancestry.com: North America, Family Hisoties, 1500-2000
Genealogical Record of the CONDIT FAMILY
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN CUNDIT
A NATIVE OF GREAT BRITAIN WHO
SETTLED IN NEWARK, N.J.
BY JOTHAM H CONDIT AND EVEN CONDIT
1678 TO 1885
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Whitman Spalding Rice

DWS: findagrave.com
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John Newton Rice

DWS: A Genealogical Register 1970 of Edmund Rice Descendants by Ray Lowther Ellis page 284 & 473
lived near Clayton MI
Shown as JOHN RICE (middle initial not proven)
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DWS: 1850 Fed Census French Creek, Mercer, Pennsylvania
Name: John Rice
Age: 17
Birth Year: abt 1833
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Home in 1850: French Creek, Mercer, Pennsylvania, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 590
Name Age
John Rice 56 m b. Penn farmer
Anne Rice 38 f b. Penn
Lawrence Rice 26 m b. Penn, laborer
Mary Rice 24 f b. Penn
Elizabeth Rice 22 f b. Penn
Sarah Rice 26 f b. Penn
John Rice 17 m b. Penn
Margaret Rice 8 f b. Penn
Sarah Rice 6 f b. Penn
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DWS: findagrave.com
"Obituary of John Newton Rice; The Neligh Leader, October 24, 1919, page 1 (Nebraska)
DEATH RECORD
John Newton Rice
The following regarding the death of a former resident of this county is from the Harvard, Nebr., Courier:
John Newton Rice was born near the town of Mercer, Mercer county, Pennsylvania, on August 6, 1832, where his family went through the hardships of the early settlers in clearing up the timberland and establishing homes, and where he spent his early life till at the age of about twenty-one he came to Roseville, Illinois, where he was soon joined in marriage to Amy Axtell, who, with her family had moved to Illinois from Pennsylvania a year or two before. To this union eight children were born, five sons and three daughters, all but one of whom are living. He also has nineteen grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. On account of his wife's poor health he moved to Grinnell, Iowa, in 1862 and afterwards to Crete, Nebraska, and later to Antelope county, this state, where his wife died on Dec. 15, 1893. In November, 1895 he was united in marriage to Mrs. Mary Carscallen of Oakdale, Nebraska and then lived in Neligh until they moved to Harvard in the spring of 1907, where he had since lived.
About forty years ago through an accident he lost the use of one eye and from over strain and advancing age he gradually lost the use of the other eye, so for the past three or four years has been almost totally blind.
When quite young he became an active member of the Presbyterian church, but on coming west united with the Congregational church and has been a member of that church ever since and always interested in trying to build up Sunday school and church work. He was a lover of music and sang bass in the Congregational church in Grinnell, Iowa, for eleven years. He had a strong robust constitution and lived an active life until the gradual hardening of his arteries and blindness caused him to give up all kinds of work. On December, 14 1917, he had his third paralytic stroke which rendered him perfectly helpless, but he bore with patience the long confinement to his bed, often passing the time in singing songs and repeating verses he had learned when young and in visiting with people he imagined to be with him till the end came on Friday evening, October 10, 1919, when without a struggle, he slept himself away to a better land, after living 87 years, 2 months and 4 days.
The funeral services were held at his late home at 8:30 o'clock, October 14, in time to take the morning train for Elgin, Nebraska, where the remains were laid beside his first wife, Rev Triplett had charge of the services at the home.
NOTE:
The last child to be linked to the parents is Jesse Albert Rice who last lived in California. So far no burial information can be found for him.'
Family links:
Spouse:
Amy Axtell Rice (1833 - 1893)*
Children:
Orilla Ellen Rice Barnett (1854 - 1936)*
Evangeline Amy Rice Booth (1856 - 1891)*
Evangeline Amy Rice Booth (1856 - 1891)*
Sumner John Rice (1858 - 1938)*
Franklin Henry Rice (1862 - 1938)*
Ernest Joseph Axtell Rice (1866 - 1936)*
Isabelle Belle Rice Enos (1868 - 1961)*
Whitman Spalding Rice (1870 - 1930)*"
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DWS: ancestry.com: North America, Family Hisoties, 1500-2000
Genealogical Record of the CONDIT FAMILY
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN CUNDIT
A NATIVE OF GREAT BRITAIN WHO
SETTLED IN NEWARK, N.J.
BY JOTHAM H CONDIT AND EVEN CONDIT
1678 TO 1885
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John Rice

DWS: upon further research it appears this Rice line oirignates with a German who immigrated to Pennsylvania
Frederick Rice Sr
BIRTH 20 OCT 1728 Pfaffenhoffen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France
DEATH 20 DEC 1808 Cumberland Valley, Bedford, Pennsylvania
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DWS: 1850 Fed Census French Creek, Mercer, Pennsylvania
Name: John Rice
Age: 56
Birth Year: abt 1794
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Home in 1850: French Creek, Mercer, Pennsylvania, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 590
Name Age
John Rice 56 m b. Penn farmer
Anne Rice 38 f b. Penn
Lawrence Rice 26 m b. Penn, laborer
Mary Rice 24 f b. Penn
Elizabeth Rice 22 f b. Penn
Sarah Rice 26 f b. Penn
John Rice 17 m b. Penn
Margaret Rice 8 f b. Penn
Sarah Rice 6 f b. Penn
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George F Axtell

From the 1880 Federal Census at Ridgeway, Orleans Co, NY: