Contributed by Trenton Cemetery & Keeping Society
The Trenton Union Church (also known as the Goose Cove Church) was built in 1844. According to a newspaper article about the church's rededication in 1944 - "a group met pursuant to a warrent issued by William Thompson, and elected David Marshall moderator; Ephram Alley, clerk; William Haynes, David Haynes and Moses Anderson, trustees."
The church was one of only two that was built in Trenton. It was torn down in the 1970's. It was located on the Goose Cove Road and was beside the Goose Cove Cemetery (also known as the Evergreen Cemetery).
About This Item
- Title: Trenton Union Church, ca. 1944
- Creation Date: circa 1944
- Subject Date: circa 1944
- Location: Trenton, Hancock County, ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Collection: Private Donor
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Church buildings--Maine--Trenton
- Evergreen Cemetery (Trenton, Me.)
- Trenton Union Church (Trenton, Me.)--Photographs
For more information about this item, contact:Trenton Cemetery & Keeping Society
, Trenton, ME 04605
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