Biography of Frank Bromley
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Bromley, Frank, Danby, was born in Hanby in January, 1833. He was married in 1857 to Betsey Ann Fisk, of Danby; they have had six children, four of whom are now living: Nellie E., Minnie, Fred ands Jay; Nellie E. married Edward L. Phelps, on January 1,1885. Mrs. Bromley was a daughter of Oliver and Sarah (Paris) Fisk, who were married in 1831. Mrs. Fisk died leaving four children: Betsey Ann, Caleb, Valerian C. and George E. Caleb enlisted in the 14th Vermont on nine months call in 1862; he died in the hospital and was buried at Danby. Oliver Fisk was a son of Benjamin and Preelove (Colvin) Fisk. Frank Bromley was a sou of Hiram and Eliza (Paddock) Bromley. Mrs. Bromley was born in Dorset in 1810; Mr. Bromley was born in Denby in 1800 and died there in 1884. They had fifteen children, nine are now living. Joshua and Erwin enlisted; Joshua lost his life in the battle before Richmond. Hiram was a son of Bethuel Bromley, a Revolutionary soldier from Connecticut, and one of the early settlers of Danby, Vt.

From:
History of Rutland County, Vermont
Edited by: H. P. Smith and W. S. Rann
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1886


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