Hi Sharon! I have a small amt of info I'd be happy to share - Francis C. Brice was my husband's 4th great grandfather. Please bear in mind I am still gathering info myself, so I haven't confirmed sources personally at this point! :)
Currently, I have record of 7 children of Joseph Brice and Martha Stallings:
Molcy Jane Brice - Daughter b NC? Amanda K. Brice - Daughter b NC? Francis C. Brice - Son b NC d Brooks Co., GA Martha Eliza Brice - Daughter b abt 1808 NC? Rachel A. Brice - Daughter b abt 1810 NC? John S. Brice - Son b abt 1813 NC?, d Jan 4, 1887 Thomas Co., GA William Burrell Brice - b April 1, 1819 in Dupkin Co., NC, d Feb 12, 1902
Here are some research notes I am working on verifying, as well as some miscellaneous info:
"Joseph Brice and his wife, formerly Martha Folsom, emigrated from Pennsylvania to Duplin County, N. C., and were said to have been natives of England. Among their children was Francis Brice, born March 17, 1804, in Duplin County, N. C., died at the family home at Tallokas, Brooks County, Ga., January 26, 1878. Francis Brice married Elizabeth Murphy, daughter of James and Mary Hall Murphy of Duplin County, N. C. She was born March 7, 1805, and died at the family home at Tallokas, November 8, 1880. She and her husband and others of the family are buried at old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church a few miles from their old home. Francis Brice and wife emigrated to Georgia in the fall of 1833, making the long overland trip in a covered wagon loaded with the few personal effects that they could afford to bring on the long tedious trip. It is said that they saw the celebrated falling of the stars as they were enroute; this incident occurred November 18, 1833. On arriving in Georgia they proceeded to what was then Thomas but now Brooks County, at Tallokas, and there he acquired land. Later the farm became a large plantation, the owner becoming an extensive planter and an influential citizen. Since those pioneer days the Brice family has been prominent in life and affairs of Brooks County."
1850 Thomas, GA census 17683683 BriceFrancis46MWFarmer 600NC 18683683 BriceElisabeth45FW 19683683 BriceFrancis20MWFarmer 20683683 BriceMary14FW GAX 21683683 BriceJames13MW 22683683 BriceTimothy11MW X 23683683 BriceMitchell9MW X 24683683 BriceMartha7FW 25683683 BriceAmanda5FW 26683683 StallingsAzariah22MWFarmer NC
1860 Brooks GA census 16544544 BriceFrancis56MFarmer 3,0009,039NC 17544544 BriceElizabeth51F NC 18544544 BriceDavid J.23M GA 19544544 BriceTimothy W.21M GA 20544544 BriceMitchell J.19M GA 21544544 BriceMartha16F GA 22544544 BriceAmanda10F GA (next door to Selph family)
Tombstones,Bethel Primitive Cemetery, Brooks Co GA: Elisabeth Murphy Brice b 7 Mar 1805 d 14 Sep 1880 Francis C. Brice b 4 Mar 1804 d 29 Jan 1878
According to information from Virginia Brice, and supported by her will, Martha and her son Francis disagreed on the rightful ownership of two slaves that he had taken with him to Georgia. She did not leave him anything in her will!
As I said, I don't have all info confirmed as of yet, it's a work in progress. Hope this helps! :)