Edgecomb is a town in , United States. The population was 1,188 at the 2020 census. The town was named for George Edgcumbe, 1st Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, a supporter of the colonists. is a Maine State Historic Site.

Notable Places in the Area

, built in 1808–1809, is a two-story octagonal wooden blockhouse with restored fortifications located on Davis Island in the town of Edgecomb, , , United States. Photo: Kzirkel, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is a town in and the seat of , United States. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.


43.9687° or 43° 58' 7.2" north
-69.6231° or 69° 37' 23.3" west
Open Location Code
210 feet (64 metres)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Arabic: إدغكومب
  • Basque: Edgecomb (Maine)
  • Basque: Edgecomb
  • Catalan: Edgecomb
  • Dutch: Edgecomb
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: ادجكومب
  • English: Edgecomb, Maine
  • English: Town of Edgecomb
  • French: Edgecomb
  • German: Edgecomb
  • Haitian; Haitian Creole: Edgecomb, Maine
  • Haitian; Haitian Creole: Edgecomb
  • Hungarian: Edgecomb
  • Italian: Edgecomb
  • Kazakh: Édjkowmb
  • Kazakh: Эджкоумб
  • Kazakh: ەدجكوۋمب
  • Kirghiz: Эджкоумб
  • Polish: Edgecomb
  • Spanish: Edgecomb
  • Turkish: Edgecomb, Maine
  • Ukrainian: Еджком
  • Volapük: Edgecomb
  • Welsh: Edgecomb, Maine
  • Edgecomb Township

Other Places Named Edgecomb

  • Neighborhood in Maryland, United States
  • Hamlet in Washington, United States
  • Locality in Victoria, Australia

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