Hoping to learn more about Millicent Alice Fream. She was a nurse. Apparently she died before 1900 as her husband and their daughter, Dorothy, are alone in the 1900 census.
"Niagara Falls Gazette" Sep 23, 1893. A Popular Physician, Well Known at the Falls Married in Stamford. "Dr. Frederick A. Rice and Miss Millicent Alice Fream of this city were married yesterday at St. Andrews church, Stamford. The rector, Rev. P. Windsor Brathwaite performed the ceremony. Dr. Rice is one of the best known physicians in this city and has built up a large and valuable practice. As a surgeon he has no superior in town. The operations which he has performed at the hospital have been the most delicate and difficult. He is an active member of the board of education and a stout fighter in any cause which he may espouse. He is also a member of the Seaside club. His many friends will congratulate him on his assession to the ranks of benedicta.--Brdgeport, Conn., Post. Dr. Rice was once a resident of this city. His friends will learn of his marriage with pleasure and extend congratulations."
1900 NY Orleans, Ridgway Fredrick A Rice wd 44 Feb 1856 NY NY NY, Physician, boarder Dorothy Rice dau 4 Apr 1896 NY NY NY
1910 WA San Juan, Orcas F.A. Rice wd. 54 1856 NY NY NY, Doctor Dorothy dau 14 1896 NY NY CT
Below may be the right Millicent, however, Frederick reported himself widowed in 1900 and according to the 1900 and 1910 census for Dorothy, her mother was born in NY or CT:
1900 NY Seneca, Ovid (Willard State Hospital) Millicent A Rice 30 ENG SCO ENG, inmate (married 1/2)
Bridgeport, CT Directories 1891 Alice Fream, East End Bridgeport, CT B. Hospital Occ: nurse, boards do. 1890 Frederick A. Rice, 120 East Washington ave, Bridgeport CT Occ: physician 1891 Frederick A. Rice, 284 State, Bridgeport, CT Occ: physician