Poland, Androscoggin County, Maine Genealogy

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The east side of Poland, Maine was originally part of the Pejepscot Purchase. [1] Poland was first organized as the larger Bakerstown Plantation by the Massachusetts General Court in 1765.[2] Later, it was incorporated as the Town of Poland in 1795. Poland set off land to form Minot in 1802; annexed land from Thompson Pond Plantation in 1830; annexed land from part of the 80-rod strip ((Gloversborough?) the remainder going to Raymond) in 1838; set off land to Danville (now part of Auburn) in 1852; set off land to Otisfield and to Casco in 1858; and set off land to form part of Mechanic Falls in 1893.[3]

County boundary changes: Androscoggin County was set off from Cumberland County in 1854.[1]

Town Clerk

Poland Town Clerk
1231 Maine Street
Poland, ME 04274
Telephone: (207) 998-4601 Ext. 208 Fax: (207) 998-2002

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Poland, Androscoggin County, Maine in Maine Genealogy (accessed 7 November 2013).
  2. Mechanic Falls, Maine in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia (accessed 7 November 2013).
  3. Legal History of Poland, Maine in Maine Genealogy (accessed 6 November 2013).

Adjacent towns: Androscoggin Co.: Durham | Greene | Lewiston | Minot | Poland | Turner | Cumberland Co.: New Gloucester