ⓘ Hersey, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Hersey, Maine

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 39.86 square miles 103.24 km 2, of which 39.65 square miles 102.69 km 2 is land and 0.21 square miles 0.54 km 2 is water.

                                     
  • Hersey may refer to: United States Hersey Maine a town Hersey Michigan, a village Hersey Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Hersey Township disambiguation
  • Greenlief Hersey March 31, 1858 May 6, 1943 was a politician from Hodgdon, Maine who served in the Maine House of Representatives, the Maine State Senate
  • Freeman Hersey April 12, 1812 February 3, 1875 was a politician and lumber baron from the U.S. state of Maine He served in the Maine State Senate
  • John Richard Hersey June 17, 1914  March 24, 1993 was an American writer and journalist. He is considered one of the earliest practitioners of the so - called
  • County. The township was named after Samuel Freeman Hersey Hersey served as a U.S. Congressman from Maine and also held title to 34, 000 acres 140 km2 of
  • designer Mayo D. Hersey 1886 1978 American engineer Ira G. Hersey 1858 1943 politician from the U.S. state of Maine John Hersey 1914 1993 American
  • The Hersey Plow Company Building is a historic industrial building on Hill Street in South Paris, Maine Believed to have been built about 1848, this
  • Roscoe Hersey 1841 1906 was a key figure in Stillwater s lumber and mercantile development, the son and local representative of Isaac Staples Maine - based
  • Army who commanded the 4th Infantry Division during World War I. Hersey was born in Maine on December 1, 1863 and attended the United States Military Academy
  • doctor from Oxford, Maine Hersey received her BA from Vassar College in 1876, and from 1877 to 1899 she ran her own school, Miss Hersey s School for Girls
  • Terry Gilpatrick, Miss Maine 1977 Master Sergeant Gary Gordon, Medal of Honor recipient, killed in action 1993 Samuel F. Hersey U.S. congressman, lumber
  • Joy s House District included Bancroft, Crystal, Dyer Brook, Haynesville, Hersey Island Falls, Linneus, Ludlow, Merrill, Mount Chase, New Limerick, Oakfield