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Appleton, Knox County, Maine Genealogy

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Part of Barretstown Plantation (later became Hope) was set off to Appleton Plantation (now Knox Co.) prior to 1800. It was also known as Appleton Ridge Plantation, also known as Sunnebec. It was incorporated as the Town of Appleton in 1829. Appleton annexed part of Hope in 1843.[1]

County boundary changes:  Lincoln County set off this land to Waldo County in 1827, and Waldo set off this land to Knox County in 1860.[1]

Town Clerk[edit | edit source]

Appleton Town Clerk
2915 Sennebec Rd
Appleton, ME 04862
Telephone: (207)785-4722 Fax: (207)785-3166

Historical Data[edit | edit source]

Additional data on Appleton, Maine can be found in WikiPedia: the Free Encyclopedia.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Appleton, Knox County, Maine in Maine Genealogy (accessed 3 November 2013).

Adjacent towns: Knox Co.: Hope | Union | Washington | Waldo Co.: Liberty | Montville | Searsmont