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date: 25 February 2020

Rice familylocked

(per. c. 1500–1651)
  • R. A. Griffiths

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Rice family (per.c. 1500–1651), gentry, took their surname from Sir Rhys ap Thomas (1448/9–1525), whom they regarded as their most illustrious forebear. The family was blighted by the early death of the son and heir of Sir Rhys ap Thomas and his wife ...

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