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The East Somerset County Register. Complied and Published by Chatto & Turner Auburn, ME 1912. TABLE OF CONTENTS Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society & ME Somerset County US GenWeb Project
The Kennebec Valley

The Kennebec Valley THIS WORK IS DEVOTED TO THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE VALLEY; ALSO RELATING MANY INCIDENTS AND ADVENTURES OF THE EARLY SETTLERS; INCLUDING A BRIEF SKETCH OF THE KENNEBEC INDIAN. S. H. WHITNEY 1887. Augusta: Sprague, Burleigh & Flynt, Printers to the State. 1887

Courtesy of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Kennebec County GRAVES OF REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS IN THE KENNEBEC REGION, INSCRIPTIONS COPIED IN 1921 Sprague's Journal of Maine History, Vol. 9 January, February, March, 1921 No. 1 pages 23-27 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Kennebec County PRESS OF KENNEBEC COUNTY. Courtesy of the New England Old Newspaper Index Project of Maine (R) and the Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Albion Lovejoy, Owen, a Representative from Illinois; born in Albion, January 6, 1811 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Albion The Descendants of Rev. John Lovejoy in Maine, and Reminiscences of Early Maine Times By Josephine Richards of New Castle, Indiania. printed in John Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol 3 #1 pages 112-114 May 1 915. David Colby Young
Albion Gore, (Unity Plantation) Oliver Libbey of Albion Gore, (Unity Plantation), Kennebec Co, Maine 1850 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society & David Colby Young
Albion Gore, (Unity Plantation) John Leonard of Albion Gore, (Unity Plantation), Kennebec Co, Maine 1850 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society & David Colby Young
Albion Gore, (Unity Plantation) John C. Decker of Albion Gore, (Unity Plantation), Kennebec Co, Maine 1850 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society & David Colby Young
Albion Gore, (Unity Plantation) Ebenezer Brookins of Albion Gore, (Unity Plantation), Kennebec Co, Maine 1850 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society & David Colby Young
Augusta Eighth Census of the United States, 1860 NARA Record Group M653 Roll 441: Maine, Kennebec County (part) Augusta Dwelling Number 813 County Jail Karen Wetherell
Augusta THE PILGRIMS IN MAINE. Sprague's Journal of Maine History; Vol. VII, February March April 1920, No. 4 page 234 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Augusta History of the Blaine Mansion. Sprague Journal of Maine History. Vol. 8, December 1920, No. 4 pages 196-201 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Augusta PELEG SPRAGUE Sprague's Journal of Maine History. Vol. VIII Special Number, June 1920 No. 1 page 51 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Augusta The State of Maine Burying Ground Sprague's Journal of Maine History. Vol. VIII Special Number, June 1920 No. 1 page 30-33 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Augusta CHARLES H. ARNOLD. From "The History of North Washington" Published 1904. Nancy Grubb
Augusta GEORGE O. BRACKETT of Augusta, Kennebec Co, Maine Candy Grubb
Augusta Ladd, George Washington, a Representative from Maine; born in Augusta, September 28, 1818 printed in Sprague's Journal Vol 11 page 35-42 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Augusta Military & Civic Ball: A SOCIAL EVENT IN AUGUSTA, MAINE, IN 1854. Sprague's Journal of Maine History, Volume 6 page 166 Tina S. Vickery
Augusta Old Fort Western to be restored by the Patriotic and Generous Act of the Honorable Guy P. Gannett of Augusta, Maine. Sprague's Joural of Maine History, Vol. VII, Nov. Dec. 1919, Jan. 1920; No. 3; Pages 119-122. Tina S. Vickery
Augusta Early Kennebec Taverns from Sprague's Journal of Maine History, Volume 9, page 21-23. Tina S. Vickery
Belgrade Bible Record of Yeaton Family, dated 1847 from the Robert Taylor Collection of Maine Family Bible Records. (c) 1997 by Androscoggin Historical Society Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Belgrade Morrill, Anson Peaslee, a Representative from Maine; born in Belgrade, June 10, 1803. printed in Sprague's Journal Vol 11 page 36-42 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Belgrade Morrill, Lot Myrick, a Senator from Maine; born in Belgrade, May 3, 1813. Printed in Sprague's Journal Vol 11 page 36-42 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Belgrade Selected records extracted from Belgrade, Maine Town and Vital Records 1758-1840, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 13 July 1953 and published as Family History Library microfilm #1010555 Bob & Karen Wetherell
Belgrade Selected records extracted from Belgrade, Maine Town and Vital Records 1812-1857, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 13 July 1953 and published as Family History Library microfilm #1010555 Bob & Karen Wetherell
Chelsea MARSTON CEMETERY at Chelsea, Kennebec Co, Maine George & Jan Thompson or visit Maine US GenWeb Franklin County (c) 1997
China LIFE HISTORY - written by Nathaniel Bragg Fish Submitted to the Archives by Celene Eliason 11/98
Clinton FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES HEADS OF FAMILIES --- MAINE LINCOLN COUNTY HANCOCK TOWN (Inc. as Clinton, February 28, 1795 (ch. 62) Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Clinton Clinton: Former Residents of Clinton. Clinton, Maine Old Home Week, August 7-14, 1921. Under auspices of the Clinton Old Home Week Association p. 32-44 (c) 1998 Abby Balderama
Clinton Clinton Advertiser: Thursday, September 30, 1886. Clinton Advertiser. A semi-monthly at Clinton, Maine by B. T. Foster & H. E. Pratt Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Clinton Clinton Advertiser: Thursday, April 16, 1891 Clinton Advertiser. A semi-monthly at Clinton, Maine by B. T. Foster & H. E. Pratt Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Clinton Clinton Advertiser: Thursday, October 18, 1888. Clinton Advertiser. A semi-monthly at Clinton, Maine by B. T. Foster & H. E. Pratt. Old Records; Publishments. Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Clinton Clinton Advertiser: Thursday, June 12, 1890 Clinton Advertiser. A semi-monthly at Clinton, Maine by B. T. Foster & H. E. Pratt Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Clinton Clinton Advertiser: Thursday, April 23, 1891 Clinton Advertiser. A semi-monthly at Clinton, Maine by B. T. Foster & H. E. Pratt (part 1) Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Clinton Clinton Advertiser: Thursday, April 23, 1891.Clinton Advertiser. A semi-monthly at Clinton, Maine by B. T. Foster & H. E. Pratt (part 2) Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Clinton SURNAMES: BEAL Clinton Advertiser: Thursday, October 18, 1888. Clinton Advertiser. A semi-monthly at Clinton, Maine by B. T. Foster & H. E. Pratt Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Clinton Oliver Wesson Dickey, Clinton, Maine Submitted by Cheryl Dickey-Whitish
Clinton Burton Bible Record of Clinton, Maine (poorly done) from the files of the Androscoggin Historical Society Robert Taylor's collection of Family Bible Register (c) 1997 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society (c) 1998
Clinton John F. Lamb of Clinton, Maine. Vol 2 page 262; SPRAGUE'S JOURNAL OF MAINE HISTORY Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society(c) 1998
Clinton The Clinton and Benton Register, 1904: Honored Dead Civil War. Complied by Mitchell & Daggett, Kents Hill, Maine: Published by the H.E. Mitchell Publishing Company 1904. Page 10 Tina S. Vickery
Clinton The Clinton and Benton Register, 1904: INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNT & TANNERY. Compiled by Mitchell and Daggett Kents Hill, Maine: Published by the H.E. Mitchell Publishing Company 1904. pages 7-9. Tina S. Vickery
Clinton ECCLESIASTICAL: The Clinton and Benton Register, 1904. Compiled by Mitchell & Daggett Kent's Hill, Maine: Published by the H.E. Mitchell Publishing Company 1904. pages: 14-16 Tina S. Vickery
Clinton DAM BUILDERS of Clinton, Maine. The Clinton and Benton Register 1904. Compiled by Mitchell & Daggett. Kents Hill Maine: Published by the H. E. Mitchell Publishing Company 1904. pg. 19 Tina S. Vickery
Clinton Fires in Clinton, Maine The Clinton and Benton Register. 1904. Compiled by Mitchell & Daggett. Kents Hill Maine: Published by the H. E. Mitchell Publishing Company 1904. pg. 17-18 Tina S. Vickery
Clinton Inventions at Clinton, Maine. The Clinton and Benton Register. 1904. Compiled by Mitchell & Daggett Kents Hill Maine: Published by the H. E. Mitchell Publishing Company 1904. pg. 18-19 Tina S. Vickery
Farmingdale Chase Bible Record-1877 owned by Bors Boothby, Limington, Me. From the files of the Androscoggin Historical Society Robert Taylor's collection of Family Bible Register (c) 1997. Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society(c) 1998
Gardiner Brown Family of Gardiner, Maine; from the files of the Androscoggin Historical Society Robert Taylor's collection of Family Bible Register (c) 1997. Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society(c) 1998
Gardiner Col. F. T. Lally Spragues Journal of Maine History VII NOV. DEC. 1919, JAN. 1920 No. 3 pages 155 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society(c) 1998
Gardiner Gardiner, Maine Births from 1918 GARDINER MAINE VITAL STATISTICS FOR THE YEAR 1918 Taken from the City of Gardiner Seventh Annual Report Under Commission Form of Government 1918 (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Gardiner Indian History-HISTORY OF GARDINER, PITTSTON and WEST GARDINER 1602-1852 by J.W. Hanson - pub. by William Palmer 1852 Chapter 1 (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Gardiner A Brief Sketch of the Kennebec Claim HISTORY OF GARDINER, PITTSTON and WEST GARDINER 1602-1852 by J.W. Hanson - pub. by William Palmer 1852
The History of Gardiner, Pittston, and West Gardiner Chapter II - A Brief Sketch of the Kennebec Claim
(c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Gardiner Hallowell. Families residing from the Rolling dam brook - Hallowell. HISTORY OF GARDINER, PITTSTON and WEST GARDINER 1602-1852 by J.W. Hanson - pub. by William Palmer 1852 (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Gardiner Sketch of Pittston From The Separation "The History of Gardiner, Pittston, and West Gardiner", by J.W. Hanson, pub. by William Palmer 1852. Chapter V (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Gardiner Sketch of West Gardiner "The History of Gardiner, Pittston, and West Gardiner", by J.W. Hanson, pub. by William Palmer 1852. Chapter VII - Sketch of West Gardiner (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Gardiner The History of Gardiner, Pittston, and West Gardiner with a sketch of the Kennebec Indians, and New Plymouth Purchase comprising historical matter from 1602 to 1852 By J.W. Hanson published by William Palmer 1852 Chapter IX - Miscellaneous (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Gardiner The History of Gardiner, Pittston, and West Gardiner with a sketch of the Kennebec Indians, and New Plymouth Purchase comprising historical matter from 1602 to 1852 By J.W. Hanson published by William Palmer 1852. Chapter VIII - Ecclesiastical (c) 1999 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project , CJ McNew & Sandi Lee Craig
Hallowell Reverend Jacob Abbott, D.D., of Hallowell, Me, author. Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol. 7, No. 1 1919. Published by John Francis Sprague, Dover, Maine. page 51-52 Tina S. Vickery
Hallowell RUEL WILLIAMS Sprague's Journal of Maine History. Vol. VIII Special Number, June 1920 No. 1 page 53 Some Representative Maine Men of Yesterday and Today Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society(c) 1998
Hallowell GEORGE EVANS SPRAGUE'S JOURNAL OF MAINE HISTORY Vol. VIII Special Number, JUNE, 1920 No. 1 pg. 71 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society(c) 1998
Hallowell Hallowell. Families residing from the Rolling dam brook - Hallowell. HISTORY OF GARDINER, PITTSTON and WEST GARDINER 1602-1852 by J.W. Hanson - pub. by William Palmer 1852 (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Litchfield Sixth Census of the United States, 1840 NARA Record Group M704 Roll 143: Maine, Kennebec County (part) Litchfield Entries in the column "Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services included in the foregoing" Karen Wetherell
Litchfield Kingsbury, Henry D. and Simeon L. Deyo. Illustrated History of Kennebec County Maine. New York: H. W. Blake and Co., 1892. F27 K2 K5 (Sutro). page 115. Military History, War of 1812. Litchfield. Bob & Karen Wetherell
Litchfield Sprague's Journal of Maine History. Volume VII. Aug. Sept. Oct. 1919. No. 2. page 96. RESOLVES PASSED BY THE MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE 1818-1820, RELATING TO MAINE. Resolve on the petition of John Neal and others. January 26th, 1820 Tina S. Vicke ry
Monmouth
Wales
Vital Records of Wales, Maine Compiled by David C. Young, PO Box 152 Danville, Maine 04223
Copyright 1997 by David Colby Young
Monmouth Births, Intentions and Marriages 1775-1818 of Monmouth, Kennebec County, Maine. Courtesy of the Monmouth Historical Society. Copyright 1997, by Monmouth Historical Society. Arthur Griffiths
Mt. Vernon John Hovey Rice of Mt Vernon, Kennebec Co, Maine, printed in Vol. XI (11) No. 1 Sprague's Journal of Maine History Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
North Vassalboro NORTH VASSALBORO P.O. The Winslow Register, 1904. Compiled By Mitchell & Davis, 1904. Kents Hill: Published by the H.E. Mitchell Publishing Co.pg. 63-69 Tina S. Vickery
Pittston Sketch of Pittston From The Separation "The History of Gardiner, Pittston, and West Gardiner", by J.W. Hanson, pub. by William Palmer 1852. Chapter V (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Pittston Honorable Elias Dudley and Some of His Political Correspondence With Notes by the Author. Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol.III May, 1915, No. I, pages 22-25; Vol III Oct, 1915, pages 101-105; Vol III, Jan, 1916, No. 4 page 143-147 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Pittston Honorable Elias Dudley and Some of His Political Correspondence With Notes by the Author. Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol. IV June, 1916 No. I pages 10-15 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Readfield Rogers Family Bible Record Doreen Crocker
Wales Vital Records From Pond Rd Cemetery, EAST WALES Cemetery, & 1860 Census Of Wales, Me. Compiled by David C. Young. David C. Young.
Waterville Notes and Fragments: Dr. Frederick C. Thayer Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol. VI Nov. Dec. 1918, Jan. 1919, No. 3 Page 133 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Waterville Moor, Wyman Bradbury Seavey, a Senator from Maine; born in Waterville, November 3, 1814 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Waterville 1904 Census of Winslow, ME: The Winslow Register, Compiled By Mitchell & Davis 1904; Kents Hill: Published by the H.E. Mitchell Publishing Co. 1904, pg. 70-72. CENSUS OF WINSLOW 1904. WATERVILLE P.O. Tina S. Vickery
Waterville 1904 Census of Winslow, ME: The Winslow Register, Compiled By Mitchell & Davis 1904; Kents Hill: Published by the H.E. Mitchell Publishing Co. 1904, pg. 72-78. CENSUS OF WINSLOW 1904. P.O., R.F.D. 39, Waterville. Tina S. Vickery
West Gardiner Sketch of West Gardiner "The History of Gardiner, Pittston, and West Gardiner", by J.W. Hanson, pub. by William Palmer 1852. Chapter VII - Sketch of West Gardiner (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
West Gardiner "Town of West Gardiner" ILLUSTRATED HISTORY of KENNEBEC COUNTY MAINE 1625 - 1892 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS (c) 1998 Courtesy of Gardiner Me. US GenWeb Project & CJ McNew
Winslow Ladies' Society of Winslow, Maine, for the Support of the Gospel," Sprague's Journal of Maine History Volume VII Aug. Sept. Oct. 1919 No. 2, page 106 Tina S. Vickery
Winslow Early Settlers and Settlements. The Winslow Register. Compiled by Mitchell & Davis 1904. Kent's Hill: Published by the H.E. Mitchell Publishing Co. 1904. Pages 17-24. Tina S. Vickery
Winslow Winslow, Kennebec Co, Maine: Town Clerk List The Winslow Register. Compiled by Mitchell and Davis 1904. Kent's Hill: Published by the H. E. Mitchell Co. 1904. page 31 Tina S. Vickery
Winslow Manufacturing in Winslow, Maine. The Winslow Register. Compiled by Mitchell and Davis 1904. Kent's Hill: Published by the H. E. Mitchell Co. 1904. pages 40-46 Tina S. Vickery
Winslow Churches in Winslow, Kennebec Co, Maine. The Winslow Register. Compiled by Mitchell and Davis 1904. Kent's Hill: Published by the H. E. Mitchell Co. 1904. pages 47-51 Tina S. Vickery
Winslow WINSLOW POST OFFICE. The Winslow Register, 1904. Compiled By Mitchell & Davis, 1904. Kents Hill: Published by the H.E. Mitchell Publishing Co. pg. 54-63 Tina S. Vickery
Winslow First Indian War in Maine. The Winslow Register. Compiled by Mitchell and Davis 1904. Kent's Hill: Published by the H. E. Mitchell Co. 1904. pages 8-10. Tina S. Vickery
Winslow The Winslow Register: R. F. D. 41, WATERVILLE Compiled By Mitchell & Davis 1904 Kent's Hill: Published by the H. E. Mitchell Publishing Co. 1904 page 85-90 Courtesey of Maine US GenWeb Kennebec County
Winslow FORT HALIFAX, 1754. Sprague's Journal of Maine History Volume 9, July, August, September, 1921; No. 3 page 132-134 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Winthrop WINTHROP AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1820 Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol. 9 October, November, December, 1921; No.4; page 175 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society
Winthrop Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol. 9, No. 1 January, February, March, 1921 pages 8-10 A MAINE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN DOCUMENT PRINTED AND CIRCULATED IN 1829 Courtesy of Androscoggin Historical Society

 

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