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Warren, Knox County

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Knox County (set off from Lincoln County in 1860)


1776 from St. George Plantation

Previous Designations

Part of the Waldo Patent (Muscongus Patent); Upper-town of St. George

Boundary Changes

Land was set off to form Thomaston in 1777

Land was set off to Thomaston in 1798 and 1864, to Cushing in 1807, and to Camden in 1836

Villages, Locations and Settlements

East Warren, East Waldoboro (former post office), Finntown, Georges River (former railroad station), Highland, North Warren, Patterson Mill, Pleasantville (former post office), South Warren, Spears (former railroad station), Warren (Warren Village), Warren Station, White Oak Corner (Whiteoak Corner), Whitney Corner, Wattons Mill (Wottons Mill; formerly Hilts Mill), West Warren (former post office)

Adjacent Towns and Townships

Cushing, Rockland, Rockport, Thomaston, Union, Waldoboro


Maine Historical Maps: Warren

Military Records

World War I Soldiers Index: Warren

Warren Militia Officers

Miscellaneous Resources

Settlers in St. George's River, Medumcook, and Broadbay Prior to 1760

Licenses Granted in Warren, 1762-1834

General Resources

FamilySearch Catalog: Warren, Knox, Maine

Official Website: Town of Warren

Maine Memory Network: Warren


______, Warren History: Census, History, Statistics, Business Directory, etc., etc. (Union, Me.: Union Publishing Co., 1888)

Bacon, George Fox, Rockland, Belfast and vicinity: its representative business men and its points of interest, embracing Rockland, Belfast, Camden, Rockport, Bucksport, Ellsworth, Thomaston, Waldoboro, Warren, Damariscotta, Wiscasset, Newcastle (Newark, N. J., Glenwood Publishing Company, 1892)

Easton, Cyrus, Annals of the town of Warren; with the early history of St. George's, Broad Bay, and the neighboring settlements on the Waldo patent (Hallowell, Me.: Masters, Smith & co., 1851)

Groves, Marlene A., comp., Vital records of Warren, Maine (Rockport, Me.: Picton Press, 2004)

Keith, Bertha Taft, Daniel Rokes, of Waren, Maine, Christopher Newbert, of Waldoboro, Maine, and some of their descendants : with notes on related Benner, Butler, and Martin families (Typescript, 1950)

McIntire, Robert Harry, Descendants of William McIntyre: a Scotsman who came to Boston from the north of Ireland about 1720 and who settled at Warren, Maine about 1735 (Severna Park, Md.: R.H. McIntire, 1972)

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