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Denmark, Oxford County

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Oxford County (set off from York County in 1805)


1807 from part of Brownfield, Pleasant Mountain Gore ("Fryeburg Academy Land") and Foster's Gore

Boundary Changes

Part of Fryeburg was annexed in 1813, and parts of Brownfield in 1821 and 1907

Land was set off to Sebago in 1830

Land was set off to Bridgton in 1842, and in 1847 an additional tract in Denmark and Fryeburg called "Texas" was set off to the same town

Villages, Locations and Settlements

Denmark (Denmark Corner, Denmark Corners), East Denmark, Heads Corner, Ingalls Road (former railroad station), Liberty Corner, Perley Mills, West Denmark.

Adjacent Towns and Townships

Bridgton, Brownfield, Fryeburg, Hiram, Sebago


Maine Historical Maps: Denmark

Miscellaneous Resources

Annual Report for the Town of Denmark, Maine, 1893-94

Military Records

World War I Soldiers Index: Denmark

General Resources

Maine Memory Network: Denmark

Official Website: Town of Denmark

Denmark Historical Society


______, The Denmark Congregational Church, Denmark, Maine: centennial anniversary, 1829-1929 ([Denmark, Me.?: The Church?, 1929?])

MacDonald, Sylvia Davis, Rita LaMountain, and E. Blanche Warren Anthony, Denmark, Maine past and present (Denmark, Maine: Printed by Cardinal Printing Co., 1977, 1976)

Mitchell, Harry Edward, compiler, The Town Register, 1907: Brownfield, Denmark, Hiram and Porter (Brunswick, Me.: H. E. Mitchell Co., 1907)

Ridlon, Gideon Tibbetts, Saco Valley settlements and families: historical, biographical, genealogical, traditional, and legendary... (Portland, Me.: G.T. Ridlon, 1895)

Sanborn, Evelyn, This way to Denmark: a vignette (somewhat enlarged) of a Maine town ([S.l.: s.n.], 1957 (Denmark, Me.: Cardinal Printing Co.))

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