|Title||History of Crawford County, Pennsylvania|
|Short Title||Bisbee, Sylvester Sylvanus: Biography|
|Publisher||(Chicago, Warner, Beers & Co., 1885), 791|
|Text||"SYLVESTER SYLVANUS BISBE, farmer, P. O. Union City, was born June 28, 1846, in Union City, Erie Co., Penn.; son of Reuben (deceased) and Naoma Bisbe. He was reared and educated in Bloomfield Township, this county, to which his parents had moved in 1849. He was united in marriage July 5, 1869, with Fannie C., daughter of Joseph Bacon, by whom he has the following named children--Clarence Eugene, Florina Maud, Fred Laverne, Jessie Pearl and Merna Cora. Mr. and Mrs. Bisbe have been industrious and successful in life, acquiring since their marriage a fine farm of 200 acres of well-improved land, part of which was the old family homestead. Our subject takes great interest in the cause of education and has given his family good advantages. In politics he supports the Republican party."|
|Linked to||Clarence Eugene Bisbee|
Florina Maude Bisbee
Fred Laverne Bisbee
Jessie Pearl Bisbee
Myrna Cora Bisbee
Sylvester Sylvanus Bisbee
Family: Sylvester Sylvanus Bisbee / Fannie C. Bacon
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