Nobleboro, Lincoln County, Maine

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Lincoln County (set off from York County in 1760)


1788 from Walpole Plantation

 Previous Designations

Part of the Pemaquid Patent; Walpole; that part bordering the lake was called Damariscotta Pond, with parts of Jefferson

 Boundary Changes

Part of Bristol was annexed in 1815

Land was set off to form Damariscotta in 1847

 Villages, Locations and Settlements

Damariscotta Mills, Glendon, Harrington Corner, Muscongus Bay (former railroad station), Nobleboro, Nobleboro Station (former raIlroad station), North Nobleboro

 Adjacent Towns and Townships

Damariscotta, Jefferson, Newcastle, Waldoboro


Historical USGS Maps of Nobleboro, Maine

 Military Records

World War I Soldiers Index: Nobleborough

 Vital Records

Marriages by David Dennis of Nobleboro, 1796-1820

 Miscellaneous Resources

Kennebec Purchase Petitioners, 1752

 General Resources

FamilySearch Catalog: Nobleboro, Lincoln, Maine

Official Website: Town of Nobleboro

Maine Memory Network: Nobleboro


______, Souvenir of Nobleboro, Me. 1911 (Brunswick, Me.: Maine Map & Register Co., [1911])

______, The Petition & memorial of the towns of Bristol, Nobleborough, New-Castle, Edgcomb, and Boothbay, in the county of Lincoln, to the General Court of Massachusetts, Anno Domini, 1810 [] (Boston: Printed by J. Belcher, 1811)

Dodge, Christine Huston, comp., Vital records of Old Bristol and Nobleboro in the county of Lincoln, Maine: including the present towns of Bremen, Damariscotta, South Bristol, and the Plantation of Monhegan [Vol. II - Marriages] ([Pemaquid, Me.]: Pemaquid Historical Association under the authority of the Maine Historical Society; [Newcastle, Me.]: Lincoln County Publishing Co., 1988)

Mitchell, Harry Edward, et al., comp., The town register: Waldoboro, Nobleboro and Jefferson, 1906 (Brunswick, Me., The H. E. Mitchell co., 1906)

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