Frisbie, William F., Waltham, was born in Westport, N. Y., on November 27, 1838. He was married on November 20, 1868, to Anna E. Field, a daughter of Henry and Polly A. (Westcott) Field, of Ferrisburgh, Vt., and by whom he had two children — Egbert E. and Walter E. He settled in Waltham, Vt., in 1870, on the farm he now occupies, containing 200 acres. He is a leading farmer and takes an active part in all public affairs of the town, having held several of the town offices. His wife is a descendant of the pioneers of Ferrisburgh, Vt., his paternal grandfather being Anthony Field, one of the first settlers. William F. Frisbie is a son of Andrew and Sally (Nichols) Frisbie, who were early settlers in this county.
Biographical Sketch of William F. Frisbie
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