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Name Knox County
Number of Archive records 6
Number of Library records 72
Number of Object records 0
Number of Photo records 0

Associated Records

Image of Map - CAHC 2007.3

Map - CAHC 2007.3

Maps (3) of Megunticook Lake and Norton's Pond Camden, Lincolnville and Hope Townships Knox and Waldo Counties Scale: 5" = 1 mile Originally drawn by Brampton Parker in 1948 and revised by the Megunticook Watershed Association in 1990

Image of Letter - CAHC 2007.31

Letter - CAHC 2007.31

Postal stationery for the Camden Post Office from the Office of the Postmaster with embossed seal, "United States of America Post Office Department."

Image of Deed - CHRC 2006.4

Deed - CHRC 2006.4

Deed conveying "Ocean House Lots" from Israel E. Decrow & Winnefred H. Lichtenstein to Reuel Robinson, Sylvanus E. Frohock & Jesse H. Ogier. Recorded in Book 176, page 329 - Knox County Registry of Deeds

Image of Deed - CHRC 2006.4

Deed - CHRC 2006.4

Quit Claim Deed from "Ocean House Lots" from Reuel Robinson et al of "Ocean House Lots" to Inhabitants of Camden. Recorded in Book 177, page 101 - Knox County Registry of Deeds

Image of Documents - CHRC 2011.4

Documents - CHRC 2011.4

Warrent by J.H. Montgomery, Justice of the Peace for Knox County, sent to F.G. Currier, a citizen of the Town of Camden, requiring him to notifiy the residents of the town to assemble in the Megunticook Hall on 16 March 1891 to vote on 31 articles.

Image of Documents - CHRC 2011.4

Documents - CHRC 2011.4

Warrent by Camden town selectmen J.H. Sherman, G.T. Hodgman, & E.N. Duffy, sent to F.G. Currier, a citizen of the Town of Camden, requiring him to notifiy the residents of the town to assemble in the Corporation Hall on 18 March 1895 to vote on 50 articles.

Notebook - CAHC 2006.13

A looseleaf notebook with photocopied lists of the burials in Rockville Cemetery, West Rockport Cemetery, Ulmer Cemetery in Rockland, Butler Cemetery in Thomaston and the Morse Cemetery in Thomaston. Most have an everyname index and some have plot maps.

Image of Book - CAHC 2006.47

Book - CAHC 2006.47

A concise and complete recording of the church and parish records of Rev. Edward F. Cutter (a Congregational minister) in Warren and Belfast Maine during the years of 1833 - 1856. Includes an everyname index of 2250 names.

Image of Book - CAHC 2006.71

Book - CAHC 2006.71

A comprehensive history of the town of Friendship, Maine (known as Meduncook Plantation) from the years 1762-1899. Commentaries of town meetings, the people and the social and economic influences of the times are recorded and provide an accounting of the inhabitants of this small community. Includes index of names and records of interest to genealogists.

Image of Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Articles in this edition on the following subjects: Maine Lobster Bake, our endangered language, getting started with your family tree, the Boothbay Playhouse, Charles Boutelle of Damariscotta (the father of America's steel Navy), memories of Walt Disney and Rudolph, the tale of the frozen lovers of Owl's Head, Rockland's Clipper Ship "Red Jacket," the trolleys of the mid-coast, Rockland's Lime industry, the fortification of Camden in 1814, the strange tale of Timothy Barrett of Liberty, Belfast's own Dudley Allen Sargent, the father of physical education, a glimpse at Maine's participation in the underground railroad, and the birth of the modern Maine school system.

Image of Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Articles in this edition include: Jonathan Prince Cilley, Friendship sloops, Old Wiscasset, Babe Ruth, murder in Tenants Harbor, Walter Piston, grand hotels of Camden, Camden's Mt. Battie House, farming in Jackson, Belfast in the 1920s, and artist Waldo Pierce.

Image of Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Articles in this edition include: Rachel Carson, early religious customs in Camden, Charlie Norton of Montville, Belfast Post Office, Peggy Lilly and Monroe's Sons of Liberty, and favorite Maine recipes.

Image of Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Articles in this edition include: Clyde Sukeforth, General Adelbert Ames, Southport, Pemaquid, General Henry Knox, Jonathan Cilley, Abner Dunton of Hope, Camden's Maritime Manufacturers, mystery of Biddler Condon, James Otis Kaler, Zachariah Lawrence fights the British.

Image of Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Articles in this edition include: Westport, Clary Water Mill & Dam, the heroine of King Philip's War, the clipper ship Red Jacket, Typhoid Mary on Islesboro, Belfast, Camden harbor, square dancing, and Moxie soda.

Image of Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Magazine - CAHC 2007.78

Articles in this edition include: Edna St. Vincent Millay, Mt. Battie, Cushing brothers, ice harvesting in Boothbay, Father Cheverus, Jonathan Cilley, Camden's woolen mills, the Boston Strangler's home in Stockton Springs, and Irish immigrants in Belfast, Maine.

Image of Book - CAHC 2008.13

Book - CAHC 2008.13

Descendants of Daniel (Roaks) Rokes, born 1729 in Milton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, settled in Warren, Knox County, Maine, where he died May 10, 1796 and Abigail Locke, born 1748 in Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died August 20, 1820 in Warren, Knox County, Maine.

Image of Obituary - CPL 2005.2

Obituary - CPL 2005.2

a transcription of obituaries from the Lime Rock Gazette, Rockland Gazette, Courier Gazette of Rockland, Maine for the period 1846-1891

Image of Obituary - CPL 2005.2

Obituary - CPL 2005.2

a transcription of obituaries from the Lime Rock Gazette, Rockland Gazette, Courier Gazette of Rockland, Maine for the period 1861-1872

Image of Obituary - CPL 2005.2

Obituary - CPL 2005.2

a transcription of obituaries from the Lime Rock Gazette, Rockland Gazette, Courier Gazette of Rockland, Maine for the period 1873-1882

Image of Obituary - CPL 2005.2

Obituary - CPL 2005.2

a transcription of obituaries from the Lime Rock Gazette, Rockland Gazette, Courier Gazette of Rockland, Maine for the period 1883-1891