Family Located: Otisfield ME
Bryce McLellan Edwards was a soldier in the Civil War. He was mustered into service July 28, 1862, Co. 1, 5th Me. Regt. Inf.; and was discharged May, 1862. Another record states that he was discharged for disability June 23, 1863. His brother, Col. Clark Edwards, purchased and brought home from the war two horses. Bryce had charge of them en route.
1850 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Bryce M Edwards 30 Farmer 1000
Elbridge W 4
Enoch 76 Farmer
1860 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Brice M Edwards 39 Farmer 1000 300 Otisfield
Miranda 37 Norway
Sidney 16 Otisfield
Elbridge W 13 Otisfield
Harriet S 10 Otisfield
Eva E 8 Otisfield
1870 The town of Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Edwards Bryce 49 Farmer 2300 712 ME
_____ Myranda 45 Keeping House ME
_____ Elbridge W 24 Farm Laborer ME
_____ Harriet S 20 School teacher ME
_____ Emma E 17 At Home ME
1880 Otisfield (Cumberland) ME
Edwards Bryce M 59 Farmer ME ME ME
_____ Miranda 56 Wife Keeping house ME ME ME
Chapman Lora L 2 Granddaughter ME ME ME
Bryce Edwards and wife Miranda are buried in Merrill Memorial Cemetery, Otisfield, ME.
Bryce McLellan Edwards son of Enoch lived on his fathers old place on the Gore..... He last lived in the first house west of the Gore schoolhouse.
Source: History of Otisfield by William Samuel Spurr; Reprinted by the Town of Otisfield, 2nd edition
For more information about the ancestors of Miranda Frost, see this section of "John Shaw of Plymouth Plantation in Progress"