- "Benjamin Bisbee was a farmer. His father, Samuel, by a deed drawn in 1761 but not executed until 1764, bought 61 acres in Stoughton, a part of Lot 18, in the 5th range of the 25th division of Dorchester land. This lot was on what is now Park Street not far from the Brockton line. There Samuel built a house and by his will bequeathed his homestead to his son, Benjamin, subject to a life lease on one-half the estate to his mother and unmarried sister. Benjamin added to this later by purchases of several lots in Stoughton, among them in 1838 was on on the East side of Taunton Road owned by his son, Otis. It is now (1890) owned by the children of James Otis Bisbee."
Records of soldiers and sailors of the Revolutionary War from Massachusetts lists, "Benjamin Bisbee of Stoughton, Private, Capt. Fred Pope's Co., Col. Paul Dudley Sargent's Reg't. Register Muster Roll dated 8-1-1775; enlisted June 24th, 1775. Service 1 mo., 10 das."
Also, "Company's return." (Probably Oct. 1775)
Also, "Order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money, date 11-11-1775."
And, "Descriptive list of men enlisted from Suffolk County for the term of 9 mos. from time of arrival at Fishkill, June 14, 1778. Dated Dorchester. Benjamin Bisbee, Capt. Swan's Co., Col. Gill's Reg't, aged 18 yrs., stature 5'-9", hair light, eyes light, nationality, American; occupation, husbandman; residence, Stoughton. Rec'd. by Sgt. Elkanah Mixon from Maj. Stephen Bidlaw's and del'd. to Brig. Gen. Jonothan Warner at Fishkill."
Also, "Pv't. Capt. Samuel Holden's Co., Col. Ebenezer thayer's Reg't. (Suffolk Co.) Enlisted 7-23-1780, discharged 10-30-1780, service 3 mos. 10 das., enlistment 3 mos.; Company raised to reinforce Continental Army."
Also, "Pvt. Maj. William Lithgow's Co., Col. Benjamin Tupper's Reg't., muster roll for March 1779, enlistment 9 mos."
Also, "Pv't. enrolled uner Capt. Sameul Page's Co. in battery of Mass. forces commanded by Col. Benjamin Tupper Feb. 1779; included Benjamin Bisbee, mustered out 3-3-1779." This company (Page's) was in the assault at Stony Point under Gen. Anthony Wayne. (See journal of Capt. Samuel Page in Campaign of 1779.)
From Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, "Bisbee, Benjamin or Benjamin Bisbe or Bisby, Milly, W2057, BLW #9408-160-55, MA Line, sol appl 7 Aug 1832 Norfolk Cty MA aged 72 a res of Stoughton MA & had enl there in 1775, b 16 Oct 1759 at Bridgewater in Plymouth Cty MA, wid appl 24 Nov 1849 Norfolk Cty MA aged 74, sol m Mille Vose on 24 Dec 1794 at Stoughton MA, sol d 11 Oct 1849, wid appl for BLW 16 Mar 1855."
Benjamin d. "aged 89 yrs. 11mos. 20 das." 
- NEH&GR Vol 124, p. 126: Account Book of James Capen of Sta
ughton, Mass. "BENJ'N BISBEE Apr 17 1822, a coffin for his sister, 3.00" "BENJ'N BISBEE May 6 1823, a coffin for his mother, 3.00"