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Maine Resource Guide: Parsonsfield, York County

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York County



Previous Designations

One of the Ossipee Towns; Leavittstown; Newmarket; Parsonstown

Boundary Changes

The boundary between this town and Cornish was established in 1876

Villages, Locations and Settlements

Blazo's Corner (former post office at North Parsonsfield), East Parsonsfield, Kezar Falls, Lord's Mills (former village), Maplewood, North Parsonsfield, Parsonsfield (Parsonsfield Village), Parsonsfield Seminary, Roberts Corner, South Parsonsfield, Taylor City, West Parsonsfield

Adjacent Towns and Townships

Cornish, Effingham (N.H.), Hiram, Limerick, Newfield, Porter, Wakefield (N.H.)


Historical USGS Maps of Parsonsfield, Maine


Marston-Doe Graveyard

Moore-Doe-Colcord-Bickford-Towle Graveyard

Maplewood Cemetery

Military Records

World War I Soldiers Index: Parsonsfield

Miscellaneous Resources

Parsonsfield Teachers, 1785-1885

General Resources

FamilySearch Catalog: Parsonsfield, York, Maine

Official Website: Town of Parsonsfield

Parsonsfield-Porter Historical Society

Maine Memory Network: Parsonsfield


______, Vital records of Parsonsfield, Maine ([Parsonsfield, Me.]: Ancient Landmarks Society of Parsonsfield, 1988)

Dearborn, J. W., ed., A History of the first century of the town of Parsonsfield, Maine: incorporated Aug. 29, 1785, and celebrated with impressive ceremonies at North Parsonsfield, August 29, 1885 (Portland, Me.: B. Thurston & Co., 1888)

Mitchell, Harry Edward, et al., comp., The town register: Acton, Shapleigh, Parsonsfield, Newfield, Lebanon, 1907 (Brunswick, Me.: H.E. Mitchell co., 1907)

Piper, Horace, Genealogy of Elisha Piper, of Parsonsfield, Me., and his descendants : including portions of other related families, with an appendix, containing genealogies of Asa Piper, of Wakefield, N. H., Solomon Piper, of Boston, Mass., Stephen Piper, of Newfield, Me., and their immediate descendants from 1630 to 1889 (Washington, D. C., 1889)

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