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South Portland, Maine, USA

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Where is South Portland, Maine, USA? 

South Portland is a town in Cumberland county, Maine. It was formed in 1895.

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South Portland, Maine, USA - Spring Point Ledge Light
South Portland, Maine, USA

Spring Point Ledge Light
South Portland, Maine, USA - The New Million Dollar Bridge
South Portland, Maine, USA

The New Million Dollar Bridge
South Portland, Maine, USA - The Anchor Motel
South Portland, Maine, USA

The Anchor Motel

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1906
South Portland, a city of Cumberland co., Me., on Casco Bay, opposite Portland, with which it is...Read MORE...

News  1944 - MANY DIE AS PLANE CRASHES INTO CAMP.
South Portland, Me., July 11 - (AP) - A medium Army bomber crashed and exploded in a 100-unit...Read MORE...

News  1949 - Carr Hurt When Auto Hits Bridge
South Portland, May 29 - John T. L. Carr, 440 Sawyer Street, suffered facial lacerations when his...Read MORE...


Ancestors Who Were Born Here


Bonnang
flag   Oscar B BONNANG (01 June 1907, South Portland, Maine, USA - , )

Davis
flag   William H DAVIS (April 1872, South Portland, Maine, USA - 1953, , Maine, USA) gravestone

Willard
flag   Douglas Taylor WILLARD (28 December 1898, South Portland, Maine, USA - , )
 

Ancestors Who Died Here


Lunt
flag   Jennie Frances LUNT (22 September 1860, Falmouth, Maine, USA - 2 February 1929, South Portland, Maine, USA) gravestone
 

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Cemeteries in South Portland, Maine, USA

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