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Knox County
The county was established on April 1, 1860, carved from parts of Waldo and Lincoln Counties.
The county is named for American Revolutionary War general and Secretary of War Henry Knox, who lived in the county from 1795 until his death in 1806.

Its county seat is Rockland.

Cities and Towns
* Appleton * Camden * Cushing * Friendship * Hope * Isle au Haut
* Matinicus Isle * North Haven * Owls Head * Rockland
* Rockport * Saint George * South Thomaston * Thomaston
* Union * Vinalhaven * Warren * Washington
* Criehaven (unorganized)

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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

February, 2013

Biographies: Submitted by Therman Keller
Bickmore, Albert Smith
Bickmore, Albert H.
Brown, Henry William
Butler, Edward Anson
Ames, Adelbert

Cemeteries: Submitted by Teri Ruddy
Village Cemetery Headstone Transcriptions

Obits: submitted by Marla Zwakman
John Calderwood
Polly Curtis
Robert Dennen
William Tilson

Marriages: Submitted by Marla Zwakman

Barstow-Hosmer
Chapin-Matthews
Fall-Gray
Hall-Gregory
Kimball-Waterman
Luce-Brown
Martin-Richards
Mudgett-Benner
Wiggin-Pendelton

March, 2013

Biography
Eben W. L. Carkin, transcribed by, Laurel Durham

May, 2013
Biography
John McDonald, transribed by Helen Coughlin

May, 2013
Village Cemetery Thomaston/Cemetery Cards, Transcribed by Teri Ruddy

Obituary Notice
John D. Barnard, Esq., transcribed by Kim Mohler

June, 2013
Village Cemetery Thomaston/Cemetery Cards: Transcribed by Teri Ruddy
Dabrio through Havener

Obituaries:
Frank H. Elliot submitted by Teri Ruddy

July, 2013
Obituaries: transcribed by Kim Mohler
Edwin Ruthven Hodgman
John Emerson

August, 2013
Village Cemetery Cards: Hawkes through Kirkpatrick, transcribed by Teri Ruddy

August, 2013
Obituaries transcribed by Kim Mohler
Moses Daken Brown
John Morse Wakefield




ADJACENT COUNTIES
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Waldo County, Maine - north
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Lincoln County, Maine - west

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