Thomas Davis Rice

by | Sep 15, 2017 | Confederate, Rowan

(Source: contributed by William D. Kenerly)

Thomas Davis Rice was my great grandfather. He enlisted and was a private in the Civil War. After the War, he signed the Oath of Allegiance to the United States in Salisbury. He became a farmer and businessman in the Woodleaf area of Rowan County. He is buried at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Woodleaf, Rowan County, NC.

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