APPLETON 

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Appleton, Maine

An Inland Community of Great Charm


The area was first explored in 1605. With Hope, it was once called Barrettstown. The town of Warren, incorporated in 1776, originally included the modern territory of Appleton, among others. Appleton was incorporated on the 28th of January, 1829. It is inland on the banks of the St.Georges River and can be reached by #105 or #131. Among it's watery gems are Newbert, Mill & Upper Senebec Ponds.

  • Mildred Stevens Williams Memorial Library, 2916 Sennebec Rd., Appleton, ME 04862, phone 207-785-5656,
    appletonlibraryangie@gmail.com.

    • Register of Deaths from the Beginning until 1950, Appleton, Maine. Royce W. Miller, Editor and Compiler Gay DavisAppletonGenWeb Coordinator

    • Appleton database in progress being compiled byGay Davis Additions welcomed.

    • 'Vital Records of Appleton, Maine' as transcribed by Elizabeth Mosher,  Gay Davis

    • 'Appleton, Maine Census, 1800-1840' as transcribed by Elizabeth Mosher,  Gay Davis 

    • For Information on   Maine State Records   go to Cindy's Links to Maine State Records

      • The Camden Area History Center has been renamed the Walsh History Center,    Heather Bilodeau, Director, and has been relocated to quarters at the Camden Public Library. It is located on the 2nd Floor, 55 Main Street, Camden, ME 04843 and is open Tue. through Sat., 12:00 to 4:00. The History Center e-mail is archives@librarycamden.org.
      • For photocopies of local Births, Marriages and Deaths write to the Town Clerk's Office, Appleton Town Hall, 2915 Sennebec Road, Union, ME 04862, (207) 785-4722

      • For information on Probate Records contact the Probate Court. Request a photocopy of the 'Petition for Distribution or Administration' or 'Account of Administration' , (whichever is available), for the deceased individual. (Addresses for each county below)
      • For 1636-1760 write York County Probate Court, Box 339, Alfred, ME 04002
        Phone 207-324-1577    Fax 207-324-0163    Hours 8:30-4:30 Eastern

        For 1761-1860 write Lincoln County Probate Court, Box 249, Wiscasset, ME 04578
        Phone 207-882-7392  Fax 207-882-4324 Hours 8:00-4:00 Eastern

        For 1860-present write Knox County Probate Court, 62 Union St., Rockland, ME 04841
        Phone 207-594-0427, Fax 207-594-0863, Hours 8:00-4:00 Eastern

        For information on Deeds of Land contact the Probate Court. Request a photocopy of the record for that individual.

        • For 1636-1760 write York County Registrar of Deeds, Box 339, Alfred, ME 04002-0399
          Phone 207-324-1574    Fax 207-324-2886      Hours 8:30-4:30 Eastern
          • For 1761-1860 write Lincoln County Registrar of Deeds, 32 High St., Box 249, Wiscasset, ME 04578
            Phone 207-882-7431 or 207-882-7515    Fax 207-882-4061     Hours 8-4 Eastern
          • For 1860-present write Knox County Registrar of Deeds, 62 Union St., Rockland, ME 04841
            Phone 207-594-0422      Fax 207-594-0446      Hours 8;00-4:00 Eastern