Lovell, a town of 1,200 inhabitants, is situated in Western Maine in the foothills of the White Mountains. Nine-mile Kezar Lake defines the borders of the town, which was incorporated in 1800.
It may be a small town, but Lovell has a big history, as exemplified by the more than 15,000 records that can be viewed online by clicking “Search Our Collection.” There are over 11,000 images to view as well as information on our vital records, archival material, and library collections. By clicking “Documents” you can view transcriptions of Lovell’s vital records, early maps, and the town’s updated cemetery records. Also available online are our quarterly newsletters and gift shop items.