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York County

Politicians who were born in York County

  York County (no city given): Joseph H. Vachon, 1906
  Acton: J. Frank Farnham, 1860
  Alfred: Samuel C. Smith, 1825 — John H. Goodenow, 1833 — Fred John Allen, 1865
  Berwick: James Sullivan, 1744 — Edwin Wallace, 1823 — Horace B. Tibbets, 1840 — Albert Wallace, 1854 — Sumner Wallace, 1856
  Biddeford: Mark Langdon Hill, 1772 — Henry B. Quinby, 1846 — Willis T. Emmons, 1858 — Harry E. Tibbetts, 1859 — George L. Emery, 1876 — William S. Linnell, 1885 — Arthur J. B. Cartier, 1886
  Buxton: Mark H. Dunnell, 1823 — Alanson M. Kimball, 1827
  Cornish: Joseph Hammons, 1787 — David Hammons, 1808
  Eliot: John F. Hill, 1855
  Kennebunk: Clement Storer, 1760 — George Folsom, 1802 — Hugh McCulloch, 1808 — Addison E. Haley, 1844 — Sidney R. Batchelder, 1895
  Kennebunkport: George C. Perkins, 1839
  Kittery: William Whipple, 1730 — Jeremiah O'Brien, 1744 — Joseph Langton, 1832 — Horace Mitchell, 1857 — Scott Brown, 1959
  Lebanon: Claudius B. Grant, 1835 — Charles E. Littlefield, 1851
  Limerick: Joseph M. Harper, 1787 — Alpheus Felch, 1804 — Moses Macdonald, 1815 — Ira S. Libby, 1833 — Charles F. Libby, 1844
  Limington: William B. Small, 1817
  Near Limington: Frank S. Black, 1853
  North Berwick: James N. Buffum, 1807 — Peter M. Neal, 1811 — Isaac Libbey, 1813 — Daniel J. Morrell, 1821
  Ogunquit, Wells: Clarence H. Adams, 1905
  Parsonfield: Daniel D. Page, 1790 — James Ware Bradbury, 1802 — Amos Tuck, 1810 — Lorenzo D. M. Sweat, 1818 — John H. Neal, 1862
  Saco: Richard Cutts, 1771 — John Fairfield, 1797 — George F. Shepley, 1819 — Samuel Brannan, 1819 — George F. Haley, 1856 — Emery J. San Souci, 1857 — John P. Deering, 1873 — Edith Nourse Rogers, 1881
  Sanford: William F. Nason, 1857 — Fred E. Hanscom, 1908 — Anne M. Conklin, 1925
  South Berwick: John H. Burleigh, 1822 — John N. Goodwin, 1824
  Waterboro: Amos L. Allen, 1837 — James A. Roberts, 1847 — Edward E. Libby, 1867
  Wells: John F. Scamman, 1786 — Nathaniel Swett Littlefield, 1804 — Daniel W. Gooch, 1820
  West Lebanon, Lebanon: Elihu B. Hayes, 1848
  York: David Sewall, 1735 — Rufus McIntire, 1784
   See also Maine birthplaces not assigned to counties.
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