Frisbie Family Genealogy Forum
You are very diplomatic in your post. Now that Nora has passed on, I can say that she always had a habit of "speculating" and worse, she sometimes passed her speculations on as fact, regardless of evidence to the contrary. Her speculations were often very poorly supported by fact, if there was support at all.
When my gg-grandfather (Frederick Frisbie) migrated from Branford to Illinois in the late 1840's, Nora insisted that he must have worked for the railroad, since the railroads were being extended west into Illinois at that time. It wasn't true and my mother (Mary Esther Frisbie Gillett) had several conversations with Nora about that, particularly when Nora published her erroneous hypothesis in one of the monthly Frisbie Family newsletters.
So... Just a recommendation to take anything writings proferred by Nora Frisbie that aren't supported by specific documentation with a grain of salt.
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