Rice County, Minnesota Genealogy Trails!
An original county, Founded March 5, 1853
Named for Henry Mower Rice, one of the first two U.S. senators from Minnesota.
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NORTHFIELD RAID: Minnesota Related Chapters from: "Lives and Adventures of Frank and Jesse James, and the Younger Brothers"
CHURCHES: 1892 Directory of Churches & their officials, leaders, trustees, organizations, etc.
SCHOOLS: 1892 College and Public School Directories
OFFICIALS: 1892 City and Local Officials
DIRECTORIES: 1892 Fire Department, Political Organizations, Publications, Clubs and Lodges and their officials
Submitted by Tina and Jason Alberti from a 1918 Czech magazine:
FAMILIES: The Louis Breuer Family
BIOS: Martin J. Benzik, Jakub Schultz
Submitted by Robin Line:
OBITS: James Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Mahamuel, Fred Struck and Herman Zabel
NEWS-BUSINESSES: Brandt & Co.
MILITARY: WWI Casualty News-Frank E. Gibney, H. M. Kenney, Theodore Willing, Lewis E. Moreau
MILITARY: Soldier-General Shields submitted by Robin Line
WILLS ETC.: Inheritance Tax-Batchelder, Carver, Cosgrove, Cowan, Cromer, Dickenson, Dunham, Ferguson, Filler, Goodhue, Gunus, Heatwole, Hill, Kelly, Low, Lynch, Marshall, Miller, Nutting, O'Neil, Pflaum, Phillips, Pye, SHerwin, Skinner, Thomas, Wilkins
SEPTEMBER 2017 Submitted by Robin Line
OBITS: A. B. Story, William Neumann, Mrs. James Murphy, Elizabeth L. Dobbin, George A. Weston, John Leadon, Marvin Dargavel, Bridget Stanton
BIRTHS: Adams Son, Leonard Daughter, O'Connor Son, Mullenmeister Daughter
BUSINESS: Frank and Ernest Schwichtenberg
NEWS-BITS: 50 Brief News Items
PEOPLE: Mrs. John Foster, Ernest Pye, Mrs. P. B. Peyton
PUBLIC OFFICIALS: News-F. M. Kaisersatt
SCHOOLS: Students & Teachers - Lillian Wetherald, Edith Rachac, John Munroe, Marion Olson
NEWS-ILLNESS/INJURY: F. H. Wilkowske, Leslie Johnson, Mrs. J. D. Gibson
WILLS & PROBATE: Charles F. E. Mielke
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