George Allen Trice
Full Name: George Allen Trice
Date of birth: July 24, 1874
Date of death: April 6, 1930
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Jan 13, 1903 - Jan 10, 1905
Detroit / Red River
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Resolutions and Journal entries
- George A. Trice, birth date 7/24/1874, death date 4/6/1930, burial in Coalgate Cemetery, Coalgate, Coal County, Oklahoma. Includes obituary, George Allen Trice, in The Coalgate Courier, Coalgate, Oklahoma, 4/10/1930.
Find a Grave.
- Obituary, George Allen Trice, "George A. Trice, Former Ardmoreite, Dies Sunday," Carter County Citizen (Ardmore, Oklahoma), 4/10/1930, p. 6. "Prior to coming to Oklahoma in 1908, Trice represented Red River County, Texas, in the Texas Legislature."
- Biographical sketch, George A. Trice, Volume IV, pp. 1518-1519. Teacher, legislator, and lawyer; member of the Texas Legislature in 1901. Birth date 7/24/1876 in Desoto County, Mississippi; marriage to Mamie Peck (d. 1814), "came across the Red River into Oklahoma in 1908."
A Standard History of Oklahoma, 1916.
- Census of 1900 - George A. Trice, Red River County, teacher, born July 1875 in Mississippi, son of William F. Trice (head of household) and Amanda F. Trice.
- George Allen Trice, birth date 7/24/1877, permanent home address in Coalgate, Coal County, Oklahoma, lawyer, nearest relative Mrs. Kate Trice of Coalgate, draft registration 9/12/1918 in Coal County, Oklahoma.
FamilySearch United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
- 28th Legislature (1903) - C.A. [sic] Trice, postoffice Clarksville, nativity Mississippi, age 27 (born circa 1876), lawyer, Democrat.
Texas Legislative Manual.
G.A. Trice, 28th Legislature, State Preservation Board
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