Samuel Roe Grice, 1817-1862 [RG2968.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG2968.AM:  Samuel Roe Grice, 1817-1862



Papers:  1840-1922

Brownville, Nemaha County, Neb.:  Farmer

Size:  1 reel of microfilm



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The Samuel Roe Grice collection consists of one reel of microfilm containing manuscript materials arranged in four series: 1) Correspondence; 2) Diary and family records; 3) Manuscripts; and 4) Miscellaneous material. The approximately one hundred letters of Series 1 span the years 1840 to 1922. However, the bulk of this correspondence dates from 1846-1864 and consists largely of family letters sent to and from both London, England, and Brownville, Nebraska. Series 2 contains the diary and records of Samuel Roe Grice, 1817-1862 and the genealogy of the Grice and Roe families, 1580-1851. Also included in the three volumes which form this series are essays and verse of Mr. Grice. The manuscript file of Series 3 contains 33 typed pages on Samuel Roe Grice by Ann Shippen Graham. Included in this series are typewritten copies of numerous Grice letters and diary entries. The miscellaneous material of Series 4 includes a small portrait, clippings and memorabilia.



DESCRIPTION



Series 1 – Correspondence



Reel 1 (control# 16691)



1840

1846-1860

1862-1864

1867

1891-1894

1922

Undated



Series 2 – Diary and family records



“Book of the Generation of Samuel Rye Grice.” Included is a chronological genealogy of the family, 1580-1846 and copies of family letters, 1822-1828

Personal diary and records, 1817-1852. Includes genealogical data, 1668-1851.

Diary, 1853-1862. Includes essays, verse and notes.



Series 3 – Manuscripts



“Samuel Roe Grice; His Book,” by Anne Shippen Graham

Synopsis, typed, 4 pages

Map indicating Grice farm in Nemaha County

Preface, typed, 2 pages

Essay, typed, 25 pages



Series 4 – Miscellaneous material



Small portrait, clippings, and memorabilia



 


ADDED ENTRIES:

Brownville (Neb.) — History

Grice family

Grice, Samuel Roe, 1817-1862

Nemaha County (Neb.) — History

Roe family



 



L. Willmore/js   10-10-1964

kfk   06-25-1996

KFK/dco   09-04-2003

Encoded TMM   04-07-2010

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