The compiled vital records of Topsham, Maine have been uploaded to our database collection with a primary name index and images of the source material. There are more than 15,000 records of births, marriages, and deaths in this collection.
From the introduction to the book: "Topsham originally belonged to the Pejepscott Purchase. The town of Topsham first received its name, legally, in the year 1717, when a vote passed in the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts." "This tract of land was mainly settled by English emigrants, the greater number of whom was supposed to have come from the town of Topsham, England, and to have named the place in the memory of their former home." "The town of Topsham was incorporated, January, 1764."
Other Maine databases available through our digital collections include Early Maine Wills & Deeds; Blue Hill, ME Vital Records, 1766-1809; and Marriages and Marriage Intentions in the State of Maine.
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Search Topsham, ME: Vital Records to 1892.