Source:Lincoln, Maine, United States. Lincoln County Marriages, County Commissioners Records, 1759-1777

Source Lincoln County marriages, County Commissioners records, 1759-1777
Author Lilly, Georgiana H. (Georgiana Hewins)
Whiting, Mabel R
Place Lincoln, Maine, United States
Year range 1759 - 1777
Subject Vital records
Publication information
Type Government / Church records
Publisher Daughters of the American Revolution (Maine)
Date issued 1934-35
Lilly, Georgiana H. (Georgiana Hewins), and Mabel R Whiting. Lincoln County marriages, County Commissioners records, 1759-1777. (Daughters of the American Revolution (Maine) , 1934-35).
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These records were copied and typed by Georgiana Lilly for the Maine DAR.

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From the New England Ancestor's site:

These records were abstracted by Georgiana Hewins Lilly, of Hallowell, Maine, from the originals kept in the Lincoln County Courthouse in Wiscasset, Maine. Prior to 1760, all of Maine was made up of two counties (York and Cumberland). On June 21, 1760, Lincoln County was established, originally covering three-fifths of what would become the state of Maine. This coverage remained until 1790, when Hancock and Washington counties were established, and these were followed by many additional divisions over the years. The original transcription is kept in the R. Stanton Avery Collections at NEHGS, call number MSS ME 88 6.

Family History Center

Typescript was filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971. Microfilm may be ordered through the nearest Family History Center.

FHL film numbers

  • 859052 Item 3

Other sources

  • DAR Library
  • Maine State Library