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Bowdoin, Maine

01/17/2018

Maine has some of the longest, uninterrupted records in the entire United States, and has a fascinating indigenous peoples and immigrant history. Recently, I did some research on a branch of the Williams family who spent several generations in and around Bowdoin, Maine (pronounced BOW-din). I found the following records incredibly helpful.

Vital Records for Bowdoin Maine Until the Year 1892, Volume 1 – Births, Rachel Townsend Cox, editor, 1944. 239 pgs.

Vital Records for Bowdoin Maine Until the Year 1892, Volume 2 – Births and deaths, Rachel Townsend Cox, editor, 1944. 141 pgs.

Vital Records for Bowdoin Maine Until the Year 1892, Volume 3 – Marriages, Rachel Townsend Cox, editor, 205 pgs.

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