Note: [woods.FTW] He came from Berkhamstead, England in 1638 or 1639. He owned land in Sudbury in 1643. He was a prominent man in Sudbury; was one of the selectmen and one of the Deacons of the Church. He was honored with several appointments by the General Court, and was denominated therein as "Goodman Rice". He was one of the petitioners for the Town of Marlboro, and was appointed to solemnize marriages in Marlboro. He lived in Marlboro on what is known as the "great road", on the northerly side of the pond, not far from William's Tavern.
<b>Genealogical History of the Rice Family: Descendants of Deacon Edmund Rice</b>
<b>Mass Cemetery Transcriptions, Sudbury and Wayland, Vol. 2</b>
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