Difference between revisions of "Bristol, Maine"

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'''Adjacent towns: ''Lincoln Co.: '' [[Bremen, Maine|Bremen]] | [[Damarscotia, Maine|Damarscotia]] | [[Newcastle, Maine|Newcastle]] | [[South Bristol, Maine|South Bristol]] | Louds Island | the Atlantic Ocean'''  
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'''Adjacent towns: ''Lincoln Co.: '' [[Bremen, Maine|Bremen]] | [[Damariscotta, Maine|Damariscotta]] | [[Newcastle, Maine|Newcastle]] | [[South Bristol, Maine|South Bristol]] | the Atlantic Ocean | Louds Island | Monhegan Island'''  
  
 
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Revision as of 21:08, 13 November 2012

United States Gotoarrow.png Maine Gotoarrow.png Lincoln Gotoarrow.png Bristol

History

Bristol was once known as Pemaquid is located in Lincoln County, Maine. Originally this was just a territory known as Wawenock, which an indian named by the Abenaki Indians and means "People of the Bay". The English established this area as a trading post in the early 1600s. To view a more detailed history go to "The friends of Colonial Pemaquid".

Genealogies

The Blaisdell Family National Association: This association represents the descendants of Ralf Bleasdale who landed in Pemaquid in 1635.

References

Adjacent towns: Lincoln Co.: Bremen | Damariscotta | Newcastle | South Bristol | the Atlantic Ocean | Louds Island | Monhegan Island


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