Welcome to Maine
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Hello and welcome to the Genealogy Trails website for Maine. My name is Melody  and I'm proud to be your state coordinater.    This page contains links to State data and county data.  Maine has sixteen counties and there are links to each county which has data that pertains to that individual county.  All data contained within this site is free for you to use to build your family tree.  Please see the copyright information contained at the bottom of this page.

We welcome your feedback and comments, and of course, your data contributions. If you have data that you would like to have posted on this website, please contact me.

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Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data for the free use of all researchers.

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 On Line State  Data for the State of Maine




Coffin Journal


Death Notices


Death Records

Maine's Seal


Early Land Records



Post Offices

Newspaper Articles

Census Data for the State of Maine


1886 list of Ex- Soldiers,
Sailors and Marines from
Maine living in Iowa

Military Data for the State of Maine

General Military Information

Military Reservations,
National Cemeteries
and Military Parks

Towns of Lee and
Springfield Request
for Military Division

1886 Ex Soldiers,
Sailors and Marines
from the Mexican War
in Iowa

Soldiers of the Great War

Card Records of
Headstones Provided
for Union Civil War
Veterans 1879-1903


this link will take you to a page that shows the most recent updates to each county
County Updates

Below are the links to individual counties.

















Maine was at one time part of Massachusetts.
It became its own state on March 15th, 1820, becoming the 23rd state admitted to the United States of America, although its northern borders were not finalized until 1842.

State Facts
State Flower: 
White pine cone & tassel
State Bird: Chickadee
State Tree:  Eastern White Pine
Maine is called the Pine Tree State

State Motto:
 Dirigo (I direct)

State Capitol: Augusta

  • Population of Maine in 2000: 1,274,923
  • Counties: 16
  • Land Area: 33,215 square miles
  • Length of Coastline: 3,500 miles
  • Lakes and Ponds: 6,000
  • Forest: 17 million acres
  • Persons per Square Mile: 41.3
  • Largest City: Portland
  • State Capitol: Augusta
  • Statehood: Became the 23rd State on March 15, 1820

Maine borders the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast New Hampshire to the southwest, the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the northwest and New Brunswick to the northeast

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