Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Monson.

Zip codes in the city: 04464.

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Funeral Homes near Monson

Crosby & Neal Funeral Hm
281 Pritham Ave
Greenville, ME 04442
Crosby & Neal Funeral Homes
21 Oak St
Guilford, ME 04443
Crosby & Neal Funeral Homes
Newport, ME 04930
Crosby & Neal Funeral Homes
68 Exeter Rd
Corinna, ME 04928
Crosby & Neal Funeral Homes
61 Main St
Dexter, ME 04930
Giberson Funeral Home
18 River St
Bingham, ME 04920
Lary Funeral Home Incorporated
31 Elm St
Milo, ME 04463
Lary Funeral Home Incorporated
62 Summer St
Dover Foxcroft, ME 04426
Thompson Funeral Home
30 St Albans Rd
Corinna, ME 04928

Facts about Monson, Maine

Monson is a town in Piscataquis County, Maine, United States. The population was 686 at the 2010 census. The town is located on Route 15 which is a somewhat major route north to the well known Moosehead Lake Region, to which Monson is sometimes considered a gateway. This route ultimately leads to the Canadian Province of Quebec.The town is well known in local and state history, but is minimally known elsewhere, although contributions by the town, and its location are notable. It is the last town located on the Appalachian Trail at the beginning (or end) of the 100-Mile Wilderness. It is not uncommon to see many hikers in town resting before (or after) their trip into the Wilderness, and several lodging places in town cater directly to these hikers.

Monson Obituaries

It was disclosed on May 30th, 2014 that Lucinda "Cindy" Niesar (Forbus) passed away in Spearfish, South Dakota.  Ms. Niesar was 78 years old and was born in Monson, ME.  Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Lucinda "Cindy"'s life.


The town was greatly impacted by the revenue and income generated by the company, and had as many as 250 workers who lived either in town or in several communities around the town. Because of the large-scale operations, a narrow gauge railway foot gauge railway, the Monson Railroad, was created and up to four locomotives were used in the transportation of the slate, as well as transporting passengers to the larger Bangor and Aroostook Railroad in Abbot. The antlers have been stolen and replaced several times, but currently they exist in the approximate location on a pole after leaving the town of Abbot, Maine In 1870, slate was discovered by a resident who had immigrated from Wales, while driving his horse in the countryside of the town. The slating industry began to decline after World War I and most of the operations effectively ended. In 1945, after a fire at Greenville, Maine Moosehead Woodcrafters resulted in the company buying a former slate company's buildings that created a Moosehead Manufacturing, which produced furniture products for over 60 years until its recent closure in 2007.

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