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Maine Resource Guide: St. Albans, Somerset County

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County · Organized · Incorporated · Previous Designations · Boundary Changes · Villages, Locations and Settlements · Adjacent Towns and Townships · Maps · Military Records · General Resources · Bibliography


Somerset County (set off from Lincoln County to Kennebec County in 1799, to Somerset County in 1809)


By 1800 as Fairhaven Plantation



Previous Designations

Township No. 5, Fourth Range North of Waldo Patent (T5 R4 NWP)

Boundary Changes

Part of Hartland was annexed in 1821

Land was set off to Hartland in 1846

Part of Ripley was annexed in 1862, but returned when the act was repealed in 2002

Villages, Locations and Settlements

Dixie Corner, Dow Corner, East Saint Albans (former post office at St. Albans), Johnson Corner, Lyford Corner, Nutter Corner, St. Albans (Saint Albans), Stronghold, Wildwood

Adjacent Towns and Townships

Corinna, Harmony, Hartland, Palmyra, Ripley


Historical USGS Maps of Saint Albans, Maine

Military Records

World War I Soldiers Index: St. Albans

General Resources

FamilySearch Catalog: St. Albans, Somerset, Maine

Official Website: Town of St. Albans


Bigelow, Gladys M., and Ruth M. Knowles, History of St. Albans, Maine (Bowie, Md.: Heritage books, 1995)

Ellis, Mrs. Charles M., "Old St. Albans families," Eastern Gazette, 13 Apr. 1933 - 23 Mar. 1939)

Knowles, Ruth M., Warren's four towns: St. Albans, Hartland, Palmyra, Corinna ([St. Albans, Me.]: R.M. Knowles, c1988)

Mitchell, Harry Edward, et al., comp., The Hartland and St. Albans register, 1904 (Brunswick, Me.: H. E. Mitchell Pub. Co., 1904)

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