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Penobscot County
Maine

Politicians who died in Penobscot County

  Bangor:
 
  Bangor, 1800-1899: Francis Carr, 1821 — William D. Williamson, 1846 — G. W. Ingersoll, 1860 — Samuel Thatcher, 1872 — Elijah L. Hamlin, 1872 — Henry E. Prentiss, 1873 — Samuel F. Hersey, 1875 — Edward Kent, 1877 — J. Wingate Carr, 1879 — Marcellus Emery, 1879 — Abner R. Hollowell, 1879 — Isaiah Stetson, 1880 — William H. Brown, 1882 — Charles Stetson, 1883 — John S. Ricker, 1885 — William B. Hayford, 1887 — Gorham L. Boynton, 1888 — Charles Hayward, 1889 — Thomas J. Stewart, 1890 — Hannibal Hamlin, 1891 — John Appleton, 1891 — Newell Blake, 1891 — George W. Ladd, 1892 — Frederick A. Cummings, 1899 — Joseph F. Snow, 1899
  Bangor, 1900-1999: Samuel F. Humphrey, 1903 — John A. Peters, 1904 — Rowland W. Stewart, 1904 — Augustus Choate Hamlin, 1905 — Franklin Augustus Wilson, 1911 — Joseph P. Bass, 1919 — Charles F. Bragg, 1921 — Edward H. Blake, 1922 — Flavius O. Beal, 1922 — Albert R. Day, 1924 — John F. Woodman, 1932 — Hannibal E. Hamlin, 1938 — Charles D. Crosby, 1939 — Clarence C. Stetson, 1950 — Frank Fellows, 1951 — Wingate F. Cram, 1952 — John G. Utterback, 1955 — Clifford G. McIntire, 1974 — Willmore D. Ashley, 1974
  Bangor, 2000-2021: Caspar W. Weinberger, 2006
  Bradford: Isaac Libbey, 1897
  Brewer: Richard A. Kiah, 1971
  Old Town: Frederick W. Knowlton, 1925
  Plymouth: Samuel Butman, 1864
   See also Maine deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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