Definition of Mary ashton rice livermore
1. Noun. United States suffragist (1820-1905).
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1. Lineage Book by Daughters of the American Revolution (1908)
"mary ashton rice livermore. 24676 Born in Boston, Massachusetts. Wife of Rev. Daniel P. Livermore. Descendant of Silas Rice and of Silas Rice, Jr. Daughter ..."
2. The Part Taken by Women in American History by John A. Logan, Mary Simmerson Cunningham Logan (1912)
"mary ashton rice livermore. Mrs. Livermore was born in Boston, Massachusetts, December 19, 1821. Her father, Timothy Rice of Northfield, Massachusetts, ..."
3. Boston Days, the City of Beautiful Ideals: Concord, and Its Famous Authors by Lilian Whiting (1911)
"... Daniel P. and mary ashton rice livermore. On a celebration of Lincoln's birthday Mrs. Liver- more had been the orator of the occasion, and for almost ..."