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Lincoln County
It was founded in 1760 and named after the English city Lincoln.
The county seat is Wiscasset.

Cities & Towns

* Alna * Boothbay * Boothbay Harbor * Bremen * Bristol * Damariscotta
* Dresden * Edgecomb * Jefferson * Monhegan Island * Newcastle
* Nobleboro * Somerville * South Bristol * Southport * Waldoboro
* Westport * Whitefield * Wiscasset
The town also includes the unincorporated area of Hibberts Gore


Links to Online Data Below:

Biographies

History

Births

Marriage/Divorce

Cemeteries

Miscellaneous

Census

Military

Church

Newspapers

Cities/Towns

Obituaries

Court

Photo's

Deaths

Schools

Families

Tax Lists

Government

Wills/Probate

Will Abstracts

Updates:

2016:
February:
News/Accidents and Tragedies: Leonard L. Gray feared drowned in California; Wiscasset fire destroys half of town; George W. Weeks ice house
Obituaries: Mrs. J.W. Wellcome; Maria Rind Gray
News/Tidbits: Mrs. George W. Shaw's quilt
News/Crimes: Joseph Teat

April:
Intentions of Marriage for Boothbay 1810 to 1820

previous updates

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Kennebec

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Waldo


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