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Sanford, Maine

First called Phillipstown, it was willed in 1696 by Mrs. Phillips to her former husband’s son, Peleg Sanford. Settlement was delayed, however, by hostilities during the French and Indian Wars. Subsequently, the region became less dangerous, and Sanford was first settled in 1739.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 0.46% of the population of Sanford.

LDS History

In June of 1832, two years after Joseph Smith published the Book of Mormon, there came a young man to the home of Daniel Bean, Jr., in Letter B (now Upton), an unorganized territory in the western mountains of Maine, just east of Lake Umbagog. He introduced himself as Horace Cowan, and said another man would be coming from Colebrook, New Hampshire, the next day to join him. One of Daniel Bean’s sons later reported that the preaching of Hazen Aldrich and Horace Cowan was so well received that the Mormons soon organized a church of a large number of members.

Family Friendliness

While walking along the trails that crisscross Sanford, visitors are treated to riverfront views, restored historic homes, parks and playgrounds. Four-season recreation is offered throughout the town. Enjoy a community festival at Gowen Memorial Park, test your skill at one of Sanford’s golf courses or figure out ‘who-done-it’ at one of Sanford Maine Stage Company’s murder mysteries.

Boston Massachusetts Temple

88 miles S of Sanford


About 9,761 people call Sanford home. Situated on the Mousam River, Sanford includes the village of Springvale. The city features many lakes in wooded areas which attract campers.


The July high is around 83 degrees and the January low is 11. Sanford, ME, gets 47 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 63 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 118. On average, there are 196 sunny days per year in Sanford, ME.

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