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|1||A Short Tale of Benjamin Walker|
From "History of Dearborn And Ohio Counties Indiana,"
Chicago, F. E. Weakley & Co., 1885
|2||Albert Alonzo Aiston|
"History of Monroe County, Michigan, A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People and its Principal Interests", Vol. 2, John McClelland Bulkley, 1913, Lewis Publishing Co., pp. 176-178.
|3||Arthur and Melissa Morstad Bisbee Family|
Recollections of Donald Bisbee
|4||Arthur Clayton Bisbee Biography|
A Biographical History of Pottawattamie County, Iowa"; 1891. By the Lewis Publishing Company.
|5||Arthur T Bisbee Funeral Card|
Found in scrapbook of Ethel A. Pratt, contributed by Jim Wormelle
Barber County Index (Medicine Lodge, Kansas); Wednesday, 25 Dec 1895; pg. 3. col. 3. Submitted by Barbara Haines.
A traveling Tent Repertory Company
|8||Bisbee-Foster Family Reunion, Blenheim, Ontario, 1902|
Newspaper articles from Blenheim News-Tribune, September 18 and 25, 1902
|9||Clarence E. Bisbee Photograph Collection|
Twin Falls, Idaho Public Library
|10||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|11||Cyclone of 1 June 1878 and I. P. Bisbee Death|
History of Ray County, Missouri, Missouri Historical Company, St. Louis, 1881
|12||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|13||Elmer Dearborn Bisbee Newspaper Clippings|
Spirit Lake Beacon (Spirit Lake, Iowa)
|14||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|15||Esther Helen Bisbee Wedding|
Spirit Lake, Iowa, Beacon, July 16, 1942
|16||Frederick Hall - Bertha Peacock Wedding|
From Blenheim News-Tribune September 7, 1911 pg. 1
Submitted by Bob Betts
|17||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|18||George Dana Bisbee, in Memoriam|
Report of the Maine State Bar Association, 1919, pp 98-114
|19||Glen Ray Bisby Death Notice|
Barber County Index (Medicine Lodge, Kansas); Wednesday, 5 Sep 1906, page 1, col 5. Submitted by Barbara Haines
|20||Henry Tyler Thomas Biography|
Red Oak Express, March 29, 1907
|21||Henry Walker Home and Bio|
|22||Horatio Bisbee Biograpy|
|23||Hubert Thompson Death Notice|
Watertown Daily Times
|24||Jasper E. Bisbee Biographical Sketch|
Portrait and Biographical Album, Mecosta County, Mich., Chicago, Chapman Brothers, 1883, p 539.
|25||John Morgan Burk Articles|
Blenheim News-Tribune, Blenheim, Ontario, Canada
Kent County Directory - 1880, Compiled and published by J.D.Caee & Co. w. L.O. Chatham Planet Book and Job Printing House, p. 27
|26||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|27||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|28||Memories of Dell Bisbee|
From unknown newspaper, August 27, 1975
|29||Mildred Bisby Birth Notice|
Barbour County Index(Medicine Lodge, Kansas); Wednesday, 17 June 1891; pg. 3, col1. Submitted by Barbara Haines.
|30||Mildred Bisby Burned to Death in a Gasoline Explosion|
Barber County Index (Medicine Lodge, Kansas); Wednesday, 23 September 1903; page 1. Submitted by Barbara Haines.
|31||Mungo Fairly Samson|
From "Romantic Kent' by Victor Lauriston, 1952, p. 268
|32||Rev. Herman Bisbee (1833 - 1879)|
|33||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|34||Susan Keith Bisbee Family Chart|
From the Bisbee Family Connection Newsletter, Volume 17, Issue 1, page 6, January 2005.
|35||Sylvanus Bisbee Family Bible Record|
|36||Warren Bumpus (1794-1838)|
Representative Men and Old Families of Southeastern Massachusetts,
Volume III, J.H. Beers & Co., Chicago, 1912, pp 1660-1662
|37||William D. Samson|
The Commemorative Biographical Record - County of Kent, Ontario - 1904
|38||Wilson A. Bisbee Biography|
Transcribed by Gerald laquinta from "A Volume of Memoirs and Genealogy of Representative Citizens of Northern California", Pages 573-574. Chicago Standard Genealogical Publishing Co. 1901.
|39||Zola Marie Swoap Post Card|
Written to Frank Williams and mentions Leo (Shattuck)
If any of Zola's descendants would like the original post card, please contact us.