ⓘ New Sharon, Maine

                                     

ⓘ New Sharon, Maine

New Sharon is a town in Franklin County, Maine, United States, incorporated in 1794. The population was 1.407 at the 2010 census. The town is roughly bisected by the Sandy River a tributary of the Kennebec River.

Fred H. Hale, Sr., who was recognized as the worlds oldest living man from March 5, 2004 on 19 November 2004, was born in the city on December 1, 1890.

                                     
  • The New Sharon Congregational Church is a historic church at 21 Cape Cod Hill Road in New Sharon Maine Built in 1845, this brick structure is an example
  • The New Sharon Bridge was a single - span iron Pennsylvania truss that carried U.S. Route 2 US 2 over the Sandy River in New Sharon Maine The bridge
  • Sharon Church may refer to: New Sharon Congregational Church, New Sharon Maine Sharon Moravian Church, Barbados, Sharon Lutheran Church and Cemetery
  • New Sharon may refer to a place in the United States: New Sharon Iowa New Sharon Maine New Sharon New Jersey
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  • in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is an American author who resides in New Sharon Maine Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Longyear is best known for the
  • Sharon H. Abrams is an American nonprofit executive. She was the executive director of the Maine Children s Home for Little Wanderers, a nonprofit agency
  • reproductive rights. She was inducted into the Maine Women s Hall of Fame in 2009. Sharon Barker was born in New Brunswick, Canada. She has two sisters. At
  • AOS92 until July 1, 2018. Two Cent Bridge Fort Halifax Sharon H. Abrams, executive director, Maine Children s Home for Little Wanderers Mike Cowan, golf
  • Franklin County. SR 41 passes through the extreme southwestern corner of New Sharon near Crowell Pond and meets the southern terminus of SR 134 before entering
  • The Maine accent is the local traditional dialect of Eastern New England English native to parts of Maine especially along the Down East and Mid Coast