Terry Rhoads graciously hosted the Town of Denmark at Centennial Hall March 2018.
I contacted Meredith Bolster and Peter Stowell about Elizabeth Newell Wales. Bessie married Frank Wales. Bessie was half Penobscot. She embraced her heritage when many passed as caucasian. Bessie’s brothers Thomas, Lawrence, and Sockalexis lived in Denmark. All are buried in the Wales Cemetery. Below is our correspondence: From Peter Stowell: I research lost western […]Read More
George Paul is researching Albert F. Trumbull (1870-1953), who is believed to have lived on a prosperous farm in the Denmark/Bridgton area. He married Margaret Spottwood (1869-1944) and they had two children: Alberta (1894) and Charles F. (1897). I would like to know Mr. Trumbull’s address in 1899/1900, and if the house is still standing. […]Read More
Stephen Twining wrote: ….documenting the Civil War Veterans for the City of Fitchburg, MA. One of our soldiers moved to your town, and died there on January 7, 1914. Would you be able to confirm this and also tell me where he was buried. If you have a picture of him, and or, his gravestone […]Read More
James S. Evans wrote: Sally Williams of the Hiram society has given me your name as curator for the Denmark Historical Society. My sister and I are the current co-owners of family heritage property in West Bridgton. We already have a huge lot more information about various branches of the family than most folks have, […]Read More