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Maine is covered under our "Northeastern Coastal
States" mailing list.
Its county seat is Ellsworth.
It was incorporated in 1789 and contains 1,522 sq miles. Hancock
County was named for John Hancock, the first governor of
Massachusetts who was most famous for his signature being the
largest on the Declaration of Independence.
Cities and Towns
* Amherst *
Aurora * Bar Harbor (town) * Blue Hill * Brooklin
* Brooksville *
Bucksport * Castine * Cranberry Isles * Dedham
* Deer Isle *
Eastbrook * Ellsworth * Franklin * Frenchboro
* Gouldsboro *
Great Pond * Hancock * Lamoine
* Mariaville * Mount Desert *
Orland * Osborn
* Otis * Penobscot * Sedgwick * Sorrento *
* Stonington * Sullivan * Surry * Swans
* Tremont * Trenton * Verona * Waltham * Winter
Vessels Lost at
Headstones of Union Veterans
||WILLS / PROBATE
|January 2015: |
Remick, John Cook, Rev. Bryant Lennan, John Valentine,
News/Deaths: Captain Henry Gilley, C.H.
Cottle, Mrs. S.B. Dole, Mr. Green West
List: Mrs. Abbott
Mrs. Malcolm Long
Vessels Lost at Sea: Schooner Lyman
News/Fires Accidents and
Tragedies: Abijah Fletcher, Mr. Ryder, Foster Ames,Chas.
News/Anniversaries and Parties:Mr. and Mrs.
News/Weather: Winter of 1875
Lost at Sea: Schooner R.S. Warre
Biographies: Thomas Kench, Michael
Miscellaneous: Vessels Lost at
Newspaper/Sick List: Post Master
1883 Pensioner List,
transcribed by Susan
County, Maine - north
County, Maine - northeast
County, Maine - west