Funeral Homes in Squirrel Island, ME

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

Suburbs of Squirrel Island: Boothbay Harbor, Boothbay Hbr, Squirrel Is.

Zip codes in the city: 04570.

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David E Desmond Funeral Service

The funeral home was opened in 1930 when David saw something that the community needed. He wanted to set values in the funeral industry and he has managed that. He and his family have lived at the home and built the business to what it is today....

Thomas Stevens Cemetery Memrls

Losing a loved one is the most painful journey we must take in life. At Thomas A. Stevens Cemetery Memorials, we understand the difficult decisions that must be made along that journey, and we’ve made it our business to guide you through the...

Demers-Desmond Funeral Home

Desmond Funeral Homes are family owned and operated and have served the greater Bath-Brunswick area communities for over 100 years.We are proud of the services we provide to the families of the area, and we are known for our attention to details....

Kincer Funeral Home

Kincer Funeral Home is carrying on the long tradition of caring funeral service, serving Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Kennebec, Cumberland and Androscoggin counties. The History of funeral service started with Flagg Funeral Service and Furniture making...

Hall Funeral Home

We believe that the most valuable thing we own cannot be seen or touched. It is the goodwill of the families we have served and the people who recommend us.

Staples Funeral & Cremation

H. F. Staples Established a Funeral Service Here in April, 1928 and Has Continuously Modernized Facilities, Maintaining the Dignity of an Exacting Profession" was the headline of the April 25, 1938 article in the Daily Kennebec Journal. It was...

Nearby Funeral Homes for Squirrel Island

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Amesbury White & Harmon Funeral Home
39 Washington Ave
Gardiner, ME 04345
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Coast-Maine Cremation & Funeral
722 Atlantic Hwy
Waldoboro, ME 04555
Crosman Funeral Home
40 Main St
Lisbon Falls, ME 04252
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David E Desmond Funeral Service
638 High St
Bath, ME 04530
Demers-Desmond Funeral Home
34 Cushing St
Brunswick, ME 04011
Department Of Cemeteries & Parks
1 Oak Grove Ave
Bath, ME 04530
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Funeral Alternatives
500 Route 1
Yarmouth, ME 04096
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Hall & Bibber Funeral Home
78 Main St
Thomaston, ME 04861
Hall Funeral Home
949 Main St
Waldoboro, ME 04572
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Kincer Funeral Home
14 Church St
Richmond, ME 04357
Kincer Funeral Home
130 Pleasant St
Richmond, ME 04357
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Lindquist Funeral Home
1 Mayberry Ln
Yarmouth, ME 04096
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Maine Funeral Directors Association
38 Young Ave
Brunswick, ME 04011
Mayo & Daigle Funeral Home
40 Federal St
Wiscasset, ME 04578
Mayo Curtis & Hill Funeral Home
819 High St
Bath, ME 04530
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Pine State Cremation Service
14 Pleasant St
Richmond, ME 04357
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Simmons Harrington & Hall Funeral
975 Wiscasset Rd
Boothbay, ME 04549
Staples Funeral & Cremation
53 Brunswick Ave
Gardiner, ME 04345
Staples Funeral & Cremation Service
25 Karen Dr
Gardiner, ME 04359
Stetson's Funeral Home
12 Federal St
Brunswick, ME 04011
Strong Funeral Home
612 Main St
Damariscotta, ME 04543
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The Brackett Funeral Home
29 Federal St
Brunswick, ME 04011
Thomas Stevens Cemetery Memrls
10 Lynch Rd
Newcastle, ME 04553
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Winslow Memorial Park
Staples Point Rd
Freeport, ME 04078

Facts about Squirrel Island, Maine

Squirrel Island, Maine is a summer resort colony off the coast of Boothbay Harbor. The origin of the name is not related to its squirrel population, since according to island chronicler Charles McLane \"[s]quirrels do not inhabit the island (or if they do now, they did not in early times according to local pundits),\" but, rather, refers to the shape of the island which, when seen from above, resembles a squirrel holding an acorn.Farmers and sheep herders have resided on Squirrel Island since the American Revolutionary War. The summer colony was created with the formation of the Squirrel Island Association in 1871 as a village corporation within the town of Southport, the first of a handful of communities so governed in the state of Maine. The \"village corporation\" adds an additional layer of control within the town government to meet the island's unique needs that arise from the fact that most island residents are not year-round residents of the Town of Southport and therefore have no right to vote in local elections. Squirrel Island pays taxes to Southport and receives funds for necessary services (like roads) from that town; however an additional tax (the \"Squirrel Island Special Tax\") is levied that is completely locally controlled and spent.Residents of Squirrel Island are subject to the Laws of the United States, State of Maine, Lincoln County, Southport Island, and Squirrel Island. Additionally, most land parcels are leased from the Squirrel Island Association, subjecting the leasee to land use rules similar to a restrictive covenant or homeowner's association. There are approximately 100 parcels, each with one one-family cottage. Most cottages were first built between the 1870s and 1920s; however, most have been remodeled and enlarged over the years.Squirrel Island has no industry, and residents must vacate for the winter due to the above-ground plumbing which is drained to prevent freezing. Residents enjoy beaches, tennis, boating, a local restaurant, library, and chapel. The island receives telephone, electric and water utilities via undersea cables and pipes from the mainland. Residents are not allowed vehicles and must walk on a network of paved sidewalks. A ferry boat (the Novelty) runs regular trips from Boothbay Harbor. Being a summer colony, the island is popular among young adults in search of a summer job (working at venues such as the local restaurant or the historical society, among others).

Squirrel Island Obituaries

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The island receives telephone, electricity and water utilities via undersea cables from the mainland. Additionally, most land parcels are leased from the Squirrel Island Association, subjecting the leasee to land use rules similar to a restrictive covenant or homeowner's association. Residents are not allowed vehicles and must walk on a network of paved sidewalks. Most cottages were first built between the 1870s and 1920s; however, most have been remodeled and enlarged over the years. Founded in 1871 as a Village Corporation within the town of Southport, Maine it is one of a handful of communities so governed.

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