Smithfield is a town in Somerset County, incorporated on February 29, 1840 from East Pond Plantation, and portions of Mercer and Dearborn.
Named for it respected resident, Reverend Henry Smith, its main village is located on North Pond at the intersection of Maine Routes 8 and 137. Modest Smith pond is nearby.
A summer recreational center, it hosts the bulk of two of the Belgrade Lakes: North Pond and East Pond. The main village is on the eastern shore of North Pond, where a sandy beach attracts area residents and summer visitors. The waterfront Sunbeam Roller Rink has been an attraction for over half a century.
From Maine: An Encyclopedia (www.themaineencyclopedia.com)
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