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From: "Bernie Moore-Knowles" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Moore, Ozburn, Spradlin and Rice - Don
Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2004 20:33:33 -0600
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Well, now that you ask? LOL
I tell you why I was curious and too, this is the first time that I have
ever seen the Rice surname come across any lists that I subscribe to.
My father was born in 1917 in a little community called Running Lake - near
Pocahontas; in Randolph Co., Arkansas. Named as such, because I was told
that it always flooded. His father's name Arthur Samuel Moore and the best
that I can come up with is that he was born circa 1885.
Arthur Samuel Moore appears to have died circa 1924. My father said that he
was seven when his father died - leaving his mother with five children to
feed. A common story, it seems? The Moore children were: Leonard,
Pauline, L. A. (my father), Loeula and Euell (twins).
No one in the Moore family knows where to find the final burial place for my
paternal grandfather. No one that is still alive, at least.
I did get one hint many years ago..............
Seems that my father's oldest brother; Leonard Moore married a Juanita
Spradlin. Juanita's family has deep roots in Randolph Co. Their oldest
daughter; Wanda - who like my oldest sister; was born during the Depression
and before Leonard and Juanita and their children moved to California.
Wanda Lee Moore it seems was first married to a Rice when she was real
young. Wanda, when asked if she knew where our Moore grandfather was
buried, replied; "On the Rice farm; there near Pocahontas."
Hmmm...............what Rice farm?
Wanda also said that Mr. Moore and his in-laws (the Ozburns) all died within
days of each other and of the same ailment. I am assuming then that they
were all buried in the same place. I also guessing that whomever this Rice
family was; whose land they are buried on - the family must have been
working for them in some manner.
Sooooooo................that is why I asked you about the Rice family.
And trust me, we all love to see you post - always informative.
"Swaying palms in paradise........"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Ott" <>
Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2004 8:14 PM
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Rice family--Don ???
> Thanks for asking, I am not really connected to any Rice family.
> have done some research for some folk, (gratis), but don't know a lot.
> Will be glad to try to assist with your "firewall", you seem to have
> as many as I do. Ann (Jobe) Brown is related to me distantly through the
> Mears line and we have exchanged a lot of data. I was able to provide some
> information on her current question but though that was not related to
> Izard List. As you may remember I am a state employee and I have almost
> three weeks off for Christmas and although I am ancient, I have to have
> something to keep my mind working, so that is why my presence so much over
> the last few days. I do go back to work on 3 Jan 2005 and I am sure there
> will be a lot of folk glad to see me with something else to do except
> pontificate on the list.
> Thanks for asking, Happy New Year
> At 01:08 PM 30-12-04, you wrote:
> >What Rice are you connected to?
> >By chance would they have Randolph Co. roots?
> >Just had to ask............
> >Bernie Moore-Knowles
> >Papa'aloa, Hawai'i
> >"Swaying palms in paradise........"
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: <>
> >To: <>
> >Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2004 10:52 AM
> >Subject: [ARIZARD-L] Rice family--Don ???
> > > Don Ott,
> > > Do I recall correctly that you are connected to the Rice family?
> > > If so, is this some of yours?
> > > This was just received from the
> > > MO-OREGON-HISTORY mailing list.
> > >
> > > Thought it might be some of yours,
> > > if I have remembered right???
> > >
> > > Best to you, Don.
> > > Beth
> > >
> > >
> > > X-Message: #1
> > > Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2004 14:08:08 -0500
> > > From: "Ann \(Jobe\) Brown" <>
> > > To:
> > > Message-ID: <008b01c4edd9$bbf77760$>
> > > Subject: children of Sarah E. Allison and Carroll Monroe Rice
> > > Content-Type: text/plain;
> > > charset="Windows-1252"
> > >
> > > Can somone help me locate the children of Sarah E. Allison and Carroll
> > > Rice on the 1900 census. I show their names as 1) Mary A, 2)Cinthia
> > > 3) David G. Rice. They would have been born between 1887 and 1895
> >probably in
> > > Oregon Co., Missouri. I know that these children were alive in June
> > >
> > > I'm also trying to find out what happened to them, when/where they
> > > who they married. Thanks for any help.
> > >
> > > Ann (Jobe) Brown
> > >
> > >
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