Tag: Judie Palmer

Underground Echoes: From sorrow to joy

Underground Echoes: From sorrow to joy

| April 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

By JOSEPH & JUDIE PALMER Special to the Gazette In our last installment it stated on November 14, 1872, the Rice family grew when Aaron’s 26-year-old son Nathaniel married 18-year-old Rebecca Donzel with no family members present. Also mentioned in an announcement regarding churches on March 18, 1871 published in the Napa County Recorder, Rev. […]

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Underground Echoes: Rice’s grow in Napa

Underground Echoes: Rice’s grow in Napa

| April 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

By JOSEPH & JUDIE PALMER Special to the Gazette To recap Aaron Rice and his family’s story since they gained their freedom, we created a list of the important events we have covered to date. We started with their first Holidays as free people in 1860, the loss of their son Lewis in 1862, the […]

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