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Oxford County,
Maine 
Table of Contents

Town,
County, 
or
Subject
Filename Description File Size Date Submitter
ANDOVER Andover Vital Records Births, Deaths, & Marriages  20kb
78kb
18kb 
29 March 1998  Courtesy of Bob Spidell, Host of the Andover,Oxford County MaineUSGenWebProject
BUCKFIELD Town of Buckfield,
Oxford County, 
Maine Cemeteries

Surnames
A-H 

and 

Surnames
J-Z

Directions to the Small
Cemeteries in Buckfield,Maine

Includes the following Buckfield Cemeteries:

  • Andrews 
  • Berry/Ricker 
  • Chaffin 
  • Churchill 
  • Crocker 
  • Drew 
  • Decoster 
  • East Buckfield 
  • Keene/Shaw 
  • Lothrop 
  • Lowell Yard 
  • Maxim/Hathaway 
  • Packard 
  • Paige 
  • Prince 
  • Swan 
  • Turner 
  • Whitman 
126 kb 
 
 
 
 

121 kb 
 

6kb 

26 July 1997 

5 October 1997 
© 1997 by Jody Schau
BUCKFIELD Seba Smith Short Bio from Sprague's Journal
of Maine History
1 Kb  18 March 1998  Courtesy of David Young
and the Androscoggin Historical Society
DENMARK Whidden Bible
Record
Family Bible Record
from
Robert L. Taylor's
Maine Family Bible
Archives
1kb  28 
December
1997 
Courtesy of David Young
DIXFIELD Interesting
Chat about
Severy Hill
From the Franklin Journal and Farmington Chronicle 3 Feb 1931  3k  08 December 1997  Courtesy of Cheryl Kelso
FRYEBURG Frye Family From 
Sprague's Journal
of Maine History
2kb  15 March 1998 Courtesy of David Young and the Androscoggin Historical Society
FRYEBURG Stevens
Family
Bio from 
Sprague's Journal
of Maine History
1kb  19 March 1998 Courtesy of David Young and  the Androscoggin Historical Society
HEBRON Albion K.
Parris
Short bio from Sprague's Journal
of Maine History
1kb  12 March 1998 Courtesy of
the Androscoggin Historical Society
MEXICO Mexico, Maine
Militia Roll
for 1838
Mexico, Maine Militia Roll for 1838  3k  31 October 1997  Courtesy of Ann Raymond 179 Norris Hill Road Monmouth, Maine 04259
Newspapers  The History
of the Oxford
Co.
Press
From: The Press of Maine
by Joseph Griffin
1872
Brunswick, Maine 
13kb
1kb 
19 February 1998 Courtesy of New England OldNewspaperIndex Projectof Maine ®
&
Androscoggin HistoricalSociety
NORWAY Early Grants of Land and First Settlers

Soldiers at the Battle of Bunker's Hill.

First Doctors

The Old TimeMuster

Fragmentary Notes from David Noyes
History of Norway
Published 1852 

From 
Sprague's Journal
of Maine History
Vol. VII
May June July 1919
No. 1
page 24-27

10kb 02 February 1998 Courtesy of David Young and the Androscoggin Historical Society
NORWAY Norway Maine
Military
Rosters

Norway,
Maine Deaths
1789-1819

Norway,Maine Deaths
1820-1852

Norway,Maine Immigrants
1801-1851

Military Rosters for: War of 1812-1815, The Aroostook War, Soldiers in the Rebellion, Spanish War, Revolutionary War 10kb 
4kb 
26kb 
12kb 
09 December 1997 Courtesy of CJ Lasselle McNew

OTISFIELD
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

OTISFIELD
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

OTISFIELD


Bell Hill Cemetery

Cedarcrest Cemetery

Cobb Hill Road Cemetery,
or Winship Cemetery

East Otisfield Cemetery

Elmwood Cemetery

Highland Cemetery

Merrill Memorial Cemetery

Oak Hill Cemetery

Oakdale Cemetery

Scribner Hill, 
Lower Yard Cemetery

Scribner Hill, 
Upper Yard Cemetery

South Otisfield Cemetery

Wight Family Cemetery

Other Burials and Gravestone Inscriptions in Otisfield

Gravestone inscriptions
From the "Otisfield Cemeteries Transcription Project" transcribed by Jean Hankins, 1977

16kb

15kb

3kb
 
 

6kb
 

53kb

13kb

13kb
 

9kb

14kb

5kb
 
 

4kb
 

20kb
 

5kb
 

3kb


12 May 1999

Courtesy of Marilyn Strout
 
 
 

 


OTISFIELD
Revolutionary War Soliders
in Otisfield, Maine
Names of Soliders and bruial places from Spurr's History of Otisfield 3kb 25 May 1999 Courtesy of 
Marilyn Strout
OTISFIELD
Deaths 1990-98

Deaths 1980-89

Deaths 1970-79
 


Vital Records

18kb

19kb

16kb


29 May
1999

Courtesy of 
Marilyn Strout
Oxford Co
Newspapers
About
Russell's Echo
or The North
Star

The Maine Press

From: Sprague's Journal of Maine History; Vol 7 #2 pg 98 Aug-Oct 1919
& The Maine Press
1k
13k 
19 February
1998 
David C. Young 
OXFORD Gold Rush Letter
1849
Letter to Lewis Perkins of Oxford, Oxford Co, Maine from Dennis Perkins of San Diago, CA  1k  08 December 1997  David C. Young 
OXFORD Parrott Joseph Robinson Parrott of Oxford, Oxford Co, Maine

From Sprague's Journal of Maine History Vol. IV June, 1916 No. I pages 29-34 

15k  01 February
1998 
Coutesy of Tina Vickery
PARIS Rand Family DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM M. RAND compiled by D. A. Hall  15k  03 February
1998 
Douglas Hall & David  Young
PARIS Henry Prentiss Power of the Press poem (also a short bio) 4kb 08 May 1999 Courtesy of Tina Vickery
PARIS Caleb Prentiss December Days poem (also a short bio) 2kb 08 May 1999 Courtesy of Tina Vickery
RUMFORD Richards - Watson
Family Bible
Record
Birth, death and marriage records 3k  31 October
1997 
Courtesy of Ann Raymond 179 Norris Hill Road Monmouth, Maine 04259
Typed and transcribed by David C Young PO Box 152 Danville, Maine 04223
RUMFORD Soldiers of the Revolutionary War From: History of Rumford, Oxford County, Maine From its First Settlement in 1779 to the Present Time by William B. Lapham (1890) 2kb 02 August
1999
Cheryl Kelso
RUMFORD War of 1812 - Rumford Soldiers From: History of Rumford, Oxford County, Maine From its First Settlement in 1779 to the Present Time by William B. Lapham (1890) 7kb 02 August
1999
Cheryl Kelso
RUMFORD Intentions of Marriage
1801-1869
(text file)

HTML format

From: History of Rumford, Oxford County, Maine From its First Settlement in 1779 to the Present Time by William B. Lapham (1890) 45kb 28 January 1998 Courtesy of Oxford Co, Maine USGenWeb Project

Cheryl Kelso

STONEHAM William Durgin & Family From: Biographical Review Franklin & Oxford Counties, p. 440. 12kb  19 March 1998 Courtesy of the Scarborough, CumberlandCo, Maine USGenWebProject
Caroline Chamberlain 
TURNER Russell Family Russell Family Bible Record  2kb 28 December 1997 Robert L. Taylor'sMaine Family BibleArchives
WATERFORD CharlesFarrarBrowne
(ArtemusWard)
From: Sprague's Journal of Maine History
Vol 7 #1 
pp. 40-41
5k  02 February 1998  Tina Vickery 

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