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Corinna, Penobscot County

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Penobscot County (set off from Lincoln County to Hancock County in 1789, to Somerset County in 1813, to Penobscot County in 1833)



Previous Designations

Township No. 4, Fourth Range North of Waldo Patent (T4 R4 NWP)

Boundary Changes

The boundary between this town and Dexter was established in 1852

Villages, Locations and Settlements

Bonds Corners (Bonds Corner), Corinna (formerly Moore's Mills), Corinna Center, Ellis Corner, Jennings Corner, Katen Corner, Knox Hill Corners, Lincoln Mills, Moody, Morse Corners, North Corinna (former post office), Owen (former post office), Pleasant Vale Corner, Pleasantvale (former post office), Spragues Mill, West Corinna (former post office)

Adjacent Towns and Townships

Dexter, Exeter, Newport, St. Albans

Miscellaneous Resources

Corinna Tax List, 1820


Maine Historical Maps: Corinna

Military Records

World War I Soldiers Index: Corinna

Corinna Civil War Soldiers

Vital Records

Corinna Marriage Intentions, Marriages, and Births, 1817-1833

General Resources

FamilySearch Catalog: Corinna, Penobscot, Maine

Official Website: Town of Corinna

Maine Memory Network: Corinna


Foster, Angela M., comp., Vital records of Corinna, Maine, 1797-1894 (Rockport, Me.: Picton Press, 2003)

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

Sawtell, William R., "20th century Corinna" (typescript, [1984?])

Wood, Lilla E., A brief history of Corinna, Maine, from its purchase in 1804 to 1916 (Bangor, Me.: J.P. Bass Pub. Co., 1916)

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