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Fayerweather, Frederic


Fayerweather, Frederic (1860-1941), a Ridgefield native and lifelong resident, attended Florida Schoolhouse, taught at Limestone and Ridgebury Schools and went to work for Louis Comfort Tiffany; became expert on and designer of stained glass, especially for churches, and traveled widely for Tiffany Studios; commuted to NYC for a half century; active in music program at St. Stephen’s Church, for which he left a large bequest; became the first person in Ridgefield to cast a ballot using voting machine, 1914.

From Jack Sanders, Who Was Who in Ridgefield.


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