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Aroostook County
Founded 1839
County Seat: Houlton
Largest city: Presque Isle

The largest county in the state. In land area, Aroostook County is the largest U.S. county east of the Mississippi River. Among residents of Maine, it is often referred to simply as "the County."
Aroostook County is known for its potato crops, as well as its French culture.

 




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PROUDLY ANNOUNCING
CARD RECORDS OF HEADSTONES PROVIDED FOR UNION CIVIL WAR VETERANS 1879-1903

A group project of GenealogyTrails completed in 2012. Hundreds of names of Union Veterans are listed on this site which lists the Name, Rank, Company, Regiment, place of burial, including the cemetery's name, and the city or town, county and state which it is located; grave number, if any; date of death; name of contractor who supplied the headstone and the date of the contract under which the stone was provided.

Follow this link to view the cards:
Headstones for Union Civil War Veterans


2014 Updates:

January:
News/Miscellaneous: Mrs. W.J. Thomas
News/Fires,Accidents,Calamaties: Charles Bard
News/Fires, Accidents,Calamaties: Train Wreck
News/Visiting,Gossip: Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Thompson
News/Visitng,Gossip: Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Collins
News/Visiting, Gossip: Miss Maud Collins
News/Visiting,Gossip: Mr.and Mrs. Joseph Clark
News/Visiting, Gossip: Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Spaulaing




SURROUNDING COUNTIES:
PENOBSCOT - south
PISCATAQUIS - south
SOMERSET - southwest
WASHINGTON - southeast

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