Greenwood, Oxford County, Maine

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Oxford County (set off from Cumberland County in 1805)


1813 as Plantation No. 4



 Previous Designations

Township No. 4 (Number Four)

The town comprises Phillips Academy Grant, Raymond's (or Twitchell's) Grant, and Mosher and Haskell's Grant

 Boundary Changes

One lot was set off to Woodstock in 1893

 Villages, Locations and Settlements

Greenwood City; Greenwood Center (Shadagee), Irish Neighborhood, Locke Mills (Lockes Mills, Locke's Mills), Richardson Hollow, Willis Mill

 Adjacent Towns and Townships

Albany Township, Bethel, Norway, West Paris, Woodstock


Irish Neighborhood, 1880-1900

Map of Greenwood, c. 1911

Map of Locke Mills, c. 1911

Map of Howe Hill and Mount Abram in Greenwood, c. 1940

Historical USGS Maps of Greenwood, Maine


Ames Cemetery, Greenwood

Bacon-Paine Cemetery, Greenwood

Bryant Cemetery, Greenwood

Cole Cemetery, Greenwood

Greenwood City (Martin) Cemetery, Greenwood

Hicks Cemetery, Greenwood

Howe Hill Cemetery, Greenwood

Irish Neighborhood Cemetery, Greenwood

Patch Mountain Cemetery, Greenwood

Richardson Hollow Cemetery, Greenwood

Young-Cole Cemetery, Greenwood

 Military Records

Greenwood Civil War Soldiers

World War I Soldiers Index: Greenwood

 General Resources

FamilySearch Catalog: Greenwood, Oxford, Maine


______, Town of Greenwood: 1816-1960 (Greenwood Historical Society, 1994)

______, The Town Register: Bethel, Greenwood, Hanover, Woodstock, Gilead (Brunswick, Me.: The Maine Map & Register Co., 1911)

Glatz, Larry, "Lost in the Woods of Shadagee," The Courier, vol. 27 (Bethel Histiorical Society, 2003)

Heath, Lempi Yates, Memories of Lower Greenwood (Self published, 2005)

Mitchell, Harry Edward, and B. V. Davis, comp., 1906 Town Register: Greenwood, Albany, Waterford, and East Stoneham (Brunswick, Me.: H. E. Mitchell Co., 1906)

Tibbets, Margaret Joy, "The Irish Neighborhood," The Bethel Courier, vol. 5 (Bethel Histiorical Society, 2001)

Yates, Edgar A. P., The Yates book. William Yates and his descendants; the history and genealogy of William Yates (1772-1868) of Greenwood, Me., and his wife, who was Martha Morgan, together with the line of her descent from Robert Morgan of Beverly. (Old Orchard, Me.: Printed by E.M. Yates and E. Yates, 1906)

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