Early ShapleighEarly Families of Shapleigh and Acton, Maine (2002) provides genealogies of about 250 separate families of these rural York Co. towns. The time frame carries a family from its arrival in Shapleigh or Acton, many prior to 1790, to the births of children born in those towns about 1900.
The book is hard-bound, 895 pages in length, fully footnoted, with an all-name index. $65.00, $3.58 tax for Maine residents, $7.00 postage and handling.


Other books by Frederick R. Boyle
Early Families of Sanford-Springvale, Maine (1989)
Later Families of Sanford-Springvale, Maine (1995)
Early Families of Alfred, Maine (2006)
Early Families of Waterborough, Maine (2012)
Early Families of Lyman, Maine (2017)
Early Families of Buxton, Maine
The settlement of Buxton began in the early 1750s with many families moving north from Biddeford and Saco. This town on the Saco River was to attract many families who prospered from the growing mills and lumber industries. Rev. Paul Coffin, a Harvard College graduate, arrived in 1761 to form a new church and keep an excellent record of baptisms and marriages.. Buxton is blessed with thorough vital records providing added authority to this book which was just published (June 2022).
New Publication planned by Frederick R. Boyle
Early Families of Hollis and Dayton, Maine