|Product Name||Henry Rice, (1717-1818), The Pioneer Tennessee Gristmiller And His Twelve Children|
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|Weight||26.24 ounces (convert)|
|Author||Melvin Weaver Little|
|Features||Henry Rice 1717 1818 the Pioneer Tennessee Gristmiller and His Twelve Children|
|Long Description||Henry Rice was born in 1717(?) in Hanover County, Virginia, lived in Virginia, South Carolina, and East Tennessee; he died in 1818 at Lost Creek, Tennessee (Campbell County, now Union). Name(s) of wife or wives unknown. He had at least six sons and six d|
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