Printed by: The tooled leather Bible is entitled "Vol 1" - "Gen -Sol" and was published on March 25th 1813 by White, Cochrane and Co.of Fleet Street London.
HENRY RICE of Jermyn St in the Parish of St James Westminster, Solicitor
married Sept 5th 1816 by Lic at the Chapel of Pinner in the Parish of Harrow in the County of Middlesex
ANN WEALL eldest daughter of John Weall of Hatch End in the hamlet of Pinner in Middlesex.
born August 12th 1817 (1/4 before 3-o-clock pm)
Christened at home by The Rev W. Hughes one of the Officiating ministers of St James Church, on 5th Sept 1817 at No 7 Jermyn St
Married August 24th 1838 to Philip Otley Egerton Bauils(?) at St George the Martyr
Died 9th Dec 1870
Buried at Brompton Cemetery
SARAH ANN RICE
born Feb 2nd 1819 -25 minutes before 9-o-clock am.
Christened at home by Rev W. Hughes on 4th March 1819 at No 7 Jermyn St
Died 11th March 1821
buried at St James Church
HENRY EDRIDGE RICE
born Sept 17th 1820 -20 minutes before 9-o-clock am
Christened at Hammersmith by Rev W. Leggett on Oct 26th 1820
in pencil Died at Dover 1881
very faint Married Margaret Dawes ?
born Dec 22nd 1822
christened at home by Rev Dr. Maddy (?) at No 39 Jermyn St.
pencil Died Sept 158th 1894
Married Sarah---?---- unreadable
born 2nd Oct 1825
Christened at home No 39 Jermyn St by a Minister of St James Church
faint pencil ----- ----- 11th June 1859 at Colabb ? Bombay ??
born 18th Feb 1827
Christened at home 39 Jermyn St by Dr. Maddy
Died 1st Dec 1859
buried at Athlone in Ireland - A tablet to his Memory in the Church.
in Pencil A Captain in H.M 36th Foot Herefordshire Regt.
FRANCIS JOHN RICE
born 28th April 1828
christened at St James Church
Died- Sept 1874
Married- no Entry
CHARLES PETER RICE
born 10th Oct 1831 at 6-o-clock am Christened at St James Church.
Died - no entry
Final entry reads
HENRY RICE of Jermyn St died 13th Dec 1844 -buried at St James Church Piccadilly
Mrs ANN RICE his widow died 10th May 1860 -buried at Brompton Cemetery 16th May 1860.
Bible is in possession of Lynette Rice (contact details available) and is not for sale as it may yet turn out to be a part of her own family heritage.