Ella Rice Obituary - Salisbury, NC | Salisbury Post

June 1, 1925: On this day, Howard Hughes married Houston socialite Ella Rice. Tweet host Michael Callahan, @MCallahanTV!

Ella's Kitchen Organic Stage 2, Chicken Casserole with Vegetables + Rice, 4.5 Ounce (Pack of 12) [Packaging May Vary]

  • Review
  • TAG : Ella Botts Rice Winston (1904 - 1992) - Find A Grave Memorial
  • June 1, 1925: On this day, Howard Hughes married Houston socialite Ella Rice. The newlyweds were both under 21 when they decided to tie the knot. Hughes had already inherited his family's oil business, and Ella was the daughter of David Rice, who was the son of Frederick Rice, who was the brother of William Marsh Rice, the guy that gave Rice University as gift to Houston.

    Hughes withdrew from shortly after his father's death. On June 1, 1925, he married Ella Botts Rice, daughter of David Rice and Martha Lawson Botts of Houston. They moved to Los Angeles, where he hoped to make a name for himself as a filmmaker.

  • Hughes’ parents died one after the other in the early 20s. After the death of his father in 1924, Hughes dropped out of Rice University. His father’s will remained unchanged even after his mother’s death, and hence Howard inherited only 75% of the family fortune. He became an emancipated minor on his 19th birthday. Hughes married Ella Botts Rice on 1stJune1925 and they moved to California so that Hughes could pursue his dream of becoming a renowned filmmaker.

    Ella Rice is straight. Scroll down and check out her short and medium hairstyles. 1. Hit the "I am a crusher" button at the top ↑
    2. Hit the Like button →
    3. Hit the Plus One button →
    4. Tell us

    First Name Ella
    Last Name Rice
    Full Name at Birth Ella Botts Rice
    Alternative Name Ella Botts Rice Hughes
    Age 87 (age at death) years
    Birthday 11th July, 1904
    Died 23rd June, 1992
    Zodiac Sign Cancer

  • NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
    Ella Rice87 Cancer
    James Overton Winston-
    Howard Hughes70 CapricornBusiness

    Approximately three weeks after Hughes' death, a was found on the desk of an official of in , . The so-called "" gave $1.56 billion to various charitable organizations (including $625 million to the ); nearly $470 million to the upper management in Hughes' companies and to his aides; $156 million to first cousin William Lummis; and $156 million split equally between his two ex-wives Ella Rice and .

Ella Rice's Women's Basketball Recruiting Profile

Annette Gano Gragg, 50, and her husband, Hugh, are both architects. He designed some local schools. Both are graduates of Rice, the university founded by the family of Hughes's first wife, Ella Rice. Mrs. Gragg used to hand-make silkscreen Christmas cards.