Lincoln County, Maine

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Lincoln is a county in Maine. It was formed in 1760 from the following county/ies: York. Lincoln began keeping marriage records in 1760–1865 now held by the county clerk. It began keeping land records in 1763. For more information, contact the county at High St. Wiscasset O4578. On the attached map, Lincoln is located at D13.

For information about the state of Maine see Maine Family History Research.

The Counties and County Seats of Maine

Counties of Maine
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