History of Chesterville, Maine
The territory of Chesterville was first included in Lincoln County which at the time extended from the ocean, near the Kennebec River, northerly to the Canada line. Out of this long county the County of Kennebec was formed, about the close of the eighteenth century. Still later, at different times, the counties of Somerset, Franklin, Sagadahock, and parts of some others have been chiefly taken from what was formerly the County of Lincoln. Chesterville is now one of the southerly towns in the County of Franklin, whose seat of justice is in Farmington, the shire town. Before the organization of Franklin County in 1838 Chesterville was in the County of Kennebec.
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- 30 Jan 2012
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