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1920 Census American Corner, Caroline, MD
Roland L. Trice 26 b Md widowed
Henry T. Trice 67 father b MD
Martha Trice 64 mother b Wales

1928 While the snow was so deep the first of the week the stork visited Mr and Mrs. Roland Trice and left them a fine boy. Feb 11, 1928

1930 Census Caroline County MD
Roland L. Trice 38 1891
Elma M. Trice 30
Sidney M. Trice daughter 17
Theadore N. Trice son 16
Lonwood F. Trice son 3
Learoy A. Trice son 2
Charles K. Trice 0

Note there is also an Elma N. Trice married to Thomas Trice in 1930 Preston Caroline Md Thomas L. Trice Jr 41, Elma N. Trice 40 James N. Trice 19, Thomas L Trice III 16, Winfrield F. Trice 12, Eleanor L. Trice 10

1940 Census Caroline County Md American Corner all were born in MD
Roland L. Trice 49 Farmer
Elma Trice wife 3?, 7 children 7 living
Linwood son 13
Leroy son 12
Charles K son 10
Wilmer son 8
Sara E. Trice daughter 6

1949 NOTICE To whom it may concern, I Roland Trice will not be responsible for any debts made by my sons, Charles L. Trice, Wilmer Trice and Leroy Trice – Roland Trice Federalsburg, MD Denton Journal pg 7 June 17, 1949

1951 Trice In Japan PHOTO The above picture of Pvt Charles Trice was taken while on bivouac in Japan. Pvt Trice is a cook with the Tank Co 223rd INf Reg. He served six months with the 40th Div before they embarked for Japan in March. He stayed at Camp Cooke for more training and now has rejoined the tank company. Pvt Trice says it is rough spending five weeks in the field. The regiment is getting instructions on regimental combat teams. The regiment is supposed to move from the present location to an unknown location the first of September. PVt Trice is the son of Mr. & mrs. Trice of Fedderals burg Aug 31, 1951 Denton Journal Page 1

1952 Service Short With the 40th Infantry Div in Korea Pvt Charles K. Trice of Rout 2 Federalsburg is among the first members of the 40th Infantry Division to be award the Combat Infantry Badge, symbol of the frontline fighting man, since the unit’s arrival in Korea. The badge shows a miniature Revolutionary War flintlock rifle mounted against a blue rectangle, which is surrounded by a wreath. The 40th, a National Guard unit from Southern California, was the first organization of its kind to arrive overseas after the start of the Koreans conflict. It trained for 16 months in Japan before it committed to Korea in January. Private Trice is a member of the Medical Truck Company of the 223rd Infantry Regiment. Fri, March 21, 1952 Denton Journal pg 4

1952 Service Shorts With the 40th Infantry Div in Korea, Charles K. Trice who parents, Mr and Mrs. Roland Trice, live in Federalsburg, has recently been promoted to a Corporal while serving with the 40th Infantry Division on the active central front in Korea. Despite the summer rain season which has made the frontlines a quagmire of mud, the central sector has been the scene of a recent flare up of Communist attacks and patrol skirmishes. He is now serving as a cook in Tank Company, 223rd Infantry Regiment. Denton Journal pg 7 Aug 29, 1952

1953 Marriage License Charles Kenneth Trice 22; Dolores June Manahan 19 both of Federalsburg, MD Denton Journal Feb 6, 1953 pg 4

1953 AYERS W. MANNAHAN husband of Pauline Mannahan 46, died suddenly at his home in Federalsburg Sunday evening following a heart attack. Born at Foxville he was the son of the late Reuben and Ross Willard Mannahan and had reside in the Federalsburg area for the past 23 years. Besides his wife he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Charles Trice of Federals burg, three brothers Interment Hill Crest Cemetery …… Denton Journal Sept 18, 1953

1960 On June 5 at 10:15 pm on Rt 404, ¼ miles east of Denton, a vehicle operated by D Dickerson of Federalsburg was traveling east when the light apparently went out and the car stopped in the right hand traffic lane. A vehicle operated by Charles K. Trice, 30, of Dover was also headed east, blinded by oncoming light s and unable to see the stopped car, struck him in the rear. The Dickerson car was a total loss and the Trice car was damaged to the estimated extent of $400. Jun 10, 1960 Denton Journal
1961 Charles Kenneth Trice, Goldsboro $25 fine Mar 24, 1961 Denton Journal

1942 Roland Linwood Trice Draft Reg 1941 Federalsburg Caroline, Md b June 26, 1889

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1911 Mr. Roland L. Trice and Miss Elizabeth G. Robb were quietly married at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. ??erngam on Wednesday evening at 6:30 Rev G. H. Thomas of Concord Officiating. Dec 2, 1911 Denton Journal

1912 Mr and Mrs Roland Trice and little daughter of Concord went to Baltimore last Friday Nov 16, 1912

1915 Two Johns Mr & Mrs. Roland Trice spent Sunday with the former’s father, Mr. H. Trice Dec 25, 1915 Denton Journal

1919 Mrs. Roland Trice age 30 died at her home in the Eight district on Saturday morning last. Her affliction was influenza. The funeral was held at the home of on Tuesday afternoon, Rev Melvin E. Whatley officiating. Mrs. Trice was a member of Concord M. E. Church and hers wan an amiable Christian spirit, attracting many friends. She is survived by her husband and three children, the youngest being a baby only a few days old . Jan 11, 1919 pg 3 Denton Journal

1923 William I. Hubbard administrator of George W. Moore, deceased, filed releases from Sarah Moore, Elma G. Trice and Sara M. Robinson, distributes. Nov 10, 1923 Denton Journal