Special Collections

Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Sun, Jan 03, 1869
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Fri, Jan 03, 1868
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Thu, Jan 03, 1867
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Tue, Jan 03, 1865
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Sun, Jan 03, 1864
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Sat, Jan 03, 1863
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Sat, Jan 03, 1863
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Fri, Jan 03, 1862
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Thu, Jan 03, 1861
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Tue, Jan 03, 1860
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Mon, Jan 03, 1859
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Sun, Jan 03, 1858
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Sat, Jan 03, 1857
Source: Orrington Books
Town Report for Orrington, Maine [...]
Thu, Jan 03, 1856
Source: Orrington Books

2 Responses to Special Collections

  1. I GRADUATED IN 1943 FROM BLANCHE K. BLAKE SCHOOL,AND 1947 FROM BREWER HIGH SCHOOL AND
    WORKED IN THE BANGOR AREA MOSTLY UNTIL 1980’S
    WHEN I MOVED DUE TO HEALTH REASONS TO EDMONDS, WASHINGTO. TRULY MISS MAINE!!!!!

  2. RONDA Lee SAVAGE

    I found my father’s picture on page 11 of the booklet on men and women who served in the U. S. Military. His name was Willard E. Savage and he lived on King’s Mountain growing up. It was nice to see his face in the booklet. I would be interested in knowing if there is any more information on the Savage family from that area or the Hatch family which was my grandmother’s (Louise Hatch) maiden name. She married Francis Savage and they had 5 children including my father. My great aunt, Christine Hatch Gordon, was the city clerk for Brewer for many years. I have a lot of old pictures of both families that I would be glad to share. One of them is of Raymond Perkins, Jr. who my great aunt talked about frequently when I was a kid. The Savage family was originally from Northeast Harbor and were direct descendants of Frederick Lincoln Savage, a famous architect who designed the Asticou Inn and Charles Savage who designed the Asticou and Thuya Gardens. I have the complete genealogy of the Savage side of the family written by Rose Ruze. Thank you for keeping this history!

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