Vital Records of Alna, Maine


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WorldCat indicates that this book is available through several libraries.MGS Special Publication #70 (paperback) Compiled By: Marlene Groves Pages: 189 ISBN: 0-89725-916-5 Original Publication Year: 2012 Every Name Index: 5,765 entriesNon-Member Price: $35 Member Price: $30.50About The Book: The town of Alna is in Lincoln County. The region was settled around 1760 and incorporated on 13 February 1760 as Pownalborough. The area encompassing the original town of Pownalborough included the later towns of Alna, Wiscasset, Dresden and Perkins Township with Alna known as the North precinct. When the town of Alna was set off from Pownalborough, it  was incorporated under the name of New Milford on 25 June 1794 as the 91st town in Maine. The name of the town was changed to Alna on 28 February 1811.This book contains a verbatim transcription of al the vital records for the town of Alna as found on the microfilm located in the Maine State Archives in Augusta.The following surnames have 1 or more columns worth of names listed in the index: AVERILL, AYER, BAILEY, BOYNTON, CARLETON, CLARK, DOLE, ERSKIN, GLIDDEN, HILTON, JEWETT, JONES, LOWELL, NELSON, PALMER, PEARSON, PEASLEY, PLUMMER, RINES, RUNDLET, SIMPSON, SMITH, WALKER.


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