ⓘ Mercer, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Mercer, Maine

Mercer is a town in Somerset County, Maine, United States. The town was named after Revolutionary War hero Brigadier General Hugh Mercer. The population was 664 at the 2010 census.

                                     
  • Mercer Iowa, an unincorporated community Mercer Maine a town Mercer Missouri, a city Mercer North Carolina, an unincorporated community Mercer
  • Historic Places NRHP in Pulaski County, Kentucky Mercer Union Meetinghouse, Mercer Maine NRHP - listed Mercer House Natchez, Mississippi listed on the NRHP
  • The Ingalls House is a historic house on Main Street in Mercer Maine Built c. 1835 - 37, it is a particularly elaborate local example of Greek Revival
  • The Mercer Union Meetinghouse is a historic church on Main Street, just west of United States Route 2, in Mercer Maine Built in 1829 for several different
  • Maine Born in Mercer Maine Wiley moved to Bethel, Maine in 1826 then attended Gould Academy and graduated from Colby College, Waterville, Maine
  • Trenton Mercer Airport IATA: TTN, ICAO: KTTN, FAA LID: TTN is a county - owned, joint civil military, public airport located four miles northwest of Trenton
  • west to east that begins at the intersection of U.S. Route 2 US 2 in Mercer and covers a large expanse of land, ending in the city of Belfast at an
  • the name Pan Am Clipper Connection, Boston - Maine Airways operated six round - trips daily between Trenton Mercer Airport in Ewing, New Jersey, and Hanscom
  • William Mercer Green May 2, 1798 February 13, 1887 was the first Episcopal bishop of Mississippi. Green was born in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1798
  • his first season at Maine Road, the club won the 1966 Second Division title to regain top - flight status. Two seasons later Mercer led Manchester City