Spottswood Rice

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Birthday 31st October, 1819
Birthplace Madison County, Virginia, U.S.
Died 31st October, 1907
Place of Death Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.
Occupation Text minister, army chaplain, letter writer
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Spottswood Rice (November 1819 – October 31, 1907) was a minister in the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church and a private in the Union Army during the US Civil War. Rice is most famous for a pair of forcefully written letters to the owner of his wife and children during the war while he was stationed in St. Louis and they were enslaved in Howard County, Missouri. The letters expressed his desire to be reunited with his family and his anger at his wife's owners. Later, he was ordained a minister in the AME church and served congregations in Missouri, New Mexico, and Colorado. In 1882, he founded the first AME church in New Mexico.

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