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Lagrange, Penobscot County

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Penobscot County (set off from Lincoln County to Hancock County in 1789, to Penobscot County in 1816)


1832 from Hammond and Oxford Plantations

Previous Designations

LaGrange, La Grange

The southern part of the town-evidently that part organized as Hammond Plantation-was formerly Township No. 2 Old Indian Purchase, West of Penobscot River (T2 OIP WPR)-called on one map Township No. 1, Second Range, on still another Township No. 2, Second Range

Villages, Locations and Settlements

Binney (former railroad station), Cold Brook (former railroad station), Down East (former post office at Lagrange), Lagrange, Morris (former railroad station), South Lagrange, West (former railroad station)

Adjacent Towns and Townships

Alton, Argyle Township, Bradford, Edinburg, Howland, Medford, Orneville Township


Maine Historical Maps: Lagrange

Military Records

World War I Soldiers Index: LaGrange

General Resources

FamilySearch Catalog: La Grange, Penobscot, Maine

Official Website: Town of Lagrange


Sawtell, Bill, Josephine Blake Bail, et al., Old LaGrange (Greenville, Me.: Moosehead Communications, 2003)

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