Home Residents of Cape Willington, Maine (population 1,751), plus a few folks "from away"

Alben Alcott, commonly called “Alby” – Assistant innkeeper at The Lightkeeper’s Inn

Edna Bakersfield – Founder of the Cape Willington Putting Food By Society

Pete Barkely – Snowplow driver, married to the former Kate Birch

Melody Barnes – Owner of Melody’s Cafe

Bryant and Bernadette Baxter – Participants in the ice sculpting exhibition

Paige Booker – works at Hatch’s Garden Center

Judicious F.P. Bosworth – World traveler and town mystic

Marshall L. Bosworth, also known as Lex – older brother to Judicious

Bryan Boyle – Son of Wanda and Brad Boyle

Brad Boyle – Husband of Wanda Boyle

Wanda Boyle – Blogger and town busy-body

Daniel Brewster – Assistant librarian at the Pruitt Public Library

Bob Bridges – Caretaker at the English Point Lighthouse

Robbie Bridges – Son of Bob and a young poker player

William “Bumpy” Brigham – Retired attorney, friend of Henry “Doc” Holliday

Captain Mike – Retired lobsterman, volunteers at the English Point Lighthouse

Ellie Chase – Mother of Maggie Tremont

Jack and Piper Chase – Maggie’s brother and sister-in-law, from Presque Isle, Maine

Ben Clayton – Former editor of The Cape Crier

Marjorie Coffin – Local farmer

Cotton Colby – Co-founder of the Cape Willington Heritage Protection League

Isabella Corrine – Member of the Cape Willington Putting Food By Society

Ted Coupland – Local resident, tai chi instructor

Miles Crawford – Former owner of Crawford’s Berry Farm

Neil Crawford – Owner of Crawford’s Berry Farm, son of Miles

Random Crawford – Neil’s shaggy dog

Judy Crockett – Sales rep at The Cape Crier

Aurora Croft – Owner of the Pine Cone Bookstore, aunt to Jennifer Croft

Jennifer Croft – Contestant in the Blueberry Queen Pageant

The Reverend James P. Daisy – Pastor of the Cape Willington First Unitarian Church

Gabriella Daisy – Wife of Reverend Daisy

Gordon Davies – Head of Cape Willington’s public works department, snowplow driver

Charlotte Depew – Previous director of the English Point Lighthouse and Museum

Lucinda P. Dowling – librarian and local author of family histories

Edgar Duffy – Former owner of Duffy’s Main Street Diner

Gilbert Ethingham – museum board member, descendent of the Ethingham founding family

Mrs. Rachel Fairweather – Local resident

Tom Farmington – Local lobsterman and snowplow operator for the public works department

George F. – a visitor from Michigan

Mason Flint – Town council chairman

Emily Fitzsimmons – Contestant in the Blueberry Queen Pageant

Annabel, Elizabeth, and Isabel Foxwell – Local residents commonly referred to as the “Psychic Sisters”

Felicia Gaspar – Participant in the ice sculpting exhibition

Llewellyn Graveton – Husband of Lyra Graveton

Lyra Graveton – Local farmer, employee at the Ice Cream Shack, and singer of some note

Bertha Grayfire – Town Council Chairwoman

Artie Groves – Retired engineer, friend of Henry “Doc” Holliday

Walter Gruthers – Town resident and participant in the Lobster Stew Cook-off

Doug and Irving Gulliver – owners of Gully’s Boathouse Marine and Mechanical Fix-it

Mr. (Cletus) Gumm – Owner of Gumm’s Hardware Store

Augustus “Gus” Gumm – Father of Cletus Gumm

Jim Harrison – Town resident, organizer of beach cleanup

Solomon Hatch – Town hermit

Hawthorne – a friend of Finn’s

Ralph Henry – Local shop owner and budding wedding planner

Candy Holliday – Co-owner of Holliday’s Blueberry Farm and amateur sleuth

Henry “Doc” Holliday – Retired college professor and co-owner of Holliday’s Blueberry Acres

Holly Holliday – Candy’s mother, Doc’s wife (deceased)

Anthony Hobbins – Butler and chauffeur for Helen Ross Pruitt

Ray Hutchins – Town handyman

Brenda Jenkins – Member of the Cape Willington Heritage Protection League

Colin Trevor Jones – New executive chef at The Lightkeeper’s Inn

Margaritte Jordan – Town resident and scrapbooker

Mary Jane Kapinski – Waitress at the Rusty Moose Tavern

Gloria Kaufman – Former employee of Village Pizza

Jesse Kidder – Photographer and graphic designer for the Cape Crier

Dolores Kilborne – Waitress at Duffy’s Main Street Diner

Morgan Kingsbury – New York City real estate speculator

Karla Kincaid – Director of the Pruitt Public Library

Oliver LaForce – Owner and Head Innkeeper of The Lightkeeper’s Inn

Duncan Leggmeyer – Participant in the ice sculpting exhibition

Elsie Lingholt – Town resident, participant in a hula hoop competition, member of the Cape Willington Putting Food By Society

Sharon Littlefield – Children’s librarian at the Pruitt Public Library

Cleopatra and Guinevere Longfellow – Sally Ann Longfellow’s goats

Sally Ann Longfellow – Town resident and goat owner

Mollie MacKay – Contestant in the Blueberry Queen Pageant

Olivia March – report or the Boston Herald

Wayne Martin – Officer of the Mathias, Maine Police Department

Jody McCroy – Officer with the Cape Willington Police Department

Georgia McFee – Former resident of Cape Willington, current resident of Cherryfield, Maine

Carol McKaskie – Town resident, friend of Wanda Bolye

Ginny Milbright – owner of Sugar Hill Farm with her husband, Hutch

Hutch Milbright –husband of Ginny, owner of Sugar Hill Farm

Jesse Kidder – Photographer and graphic designer for The Cape Crier

Doris Oaks – Volunteer at the English Point Lighthouse Museum, owner of Roy the Parrot

Plymouth Palfrey – Museum board member, owner of the Kennebec Press

Owen Peabody – Current director of the English Point Lighthouse and Museum

Juanita Perez – Waitress at Duffy’s Main Street Diner

Daisy Porter-Sykes – Matriarch of the Sykes family and former mistress of Cornelius Pruitt

Molly Prospect – Officer of the Cape Willington Police Department

Edith Pring – Museum board member

Charlotte Pruitt – Tristan Pruitt’s sister

Cornelius Roberts Pruitt – Father of Helen Ross Pruitt (deceased)

Haley Pruitt – Granddaughter of Helen Ross Pruitt

Harvey Alexander Pruitt – Founder of the Cape Crier (in 1815), ancestor of Helen Ross and Tristan Pruitt

Helen Ross Pruitt – Matriarch of the Pruitt family and owner of Pruitt Manor

Henry Pruitt – Tristan Pruitt’s brother

Horace Roberts Pruitt – Helen Ross Pruitt’s grandfather (deceased)

Trevor James Llewellyn Pruitt (T.J.) – Nephew of Helen Ross Pruitt, son of Judson Pruitt

Sebastian J. Quinn – Poet and judge for the Blueberry Queen Pageant

Alice Rainsford – Member of the Cape Willington Heritage Protection League

Burt Ramsay – Owner of the Lobster Shack and participant in the Lobster Stew Cook-off

Malcolm Stevens Randolph – Local shop owner and budding wedding planner

Jean Rilke – Mick’s wife

Mick Rilke – a local landscaper and snow power operator

Francis Robichaud – Local farmer and snowplow operator for the public works department

Cassandra Rockwell – Owner of a consignment shop in Cape Willington

Julius Seabury – Local historian, self-published author, and tourist favorite

James Sedley – Town resident and former winner of the Lobster Stew Cook-off

Preston Smith – Ice sculpting aficionado

Tillie Shaw – Town resident, participant in the Lobster Stew Cook-off

Maurice Soufflé – Former owner of the Sweet Pickle Deli

Betty Lynn Spar – Office manager at the Cape Crier

Lydia St. Graves – Real estate agent

Della Swain – Member of the Cape Willington Heritage Protection League

Gideon Sykes – Husband of Daisy Porter-Sykes (deceased)

Captain Josiah Sykes – A seafarer and early inhabitant of Cape Willington; ancestor of Gideon Sykes

Morgan Sykes – Sister to Porter and Roger, lives in New York City

Porter Sykes – Boston developer, grandson of Gideon and Daisy Porter-Sykes

Roger Sykes – Boston restaurateur, grandson of Gideon and Daisy Porter-Sykes

Silas Sykes – Ancestor of Porter, Roger, and Morgan Sykes

Gina Templeton – Participant in the ice sculpting exhibition, wife of Victor

Victor Templeton – Participant in the ice sculpting exhibition, husband of Gina

Elvira Tremble – Co-founder of the Cape Willington Heritage Protection League

Amanda Tremont – Daughter of Maggie Tremont

Ed Tremont – Ex-husband of Maggie Tremont

Annette Trotter – Resident of Wren Island in the Cranberry Isles

Lily Verte – Town resident and flower lover

Sapphire Vine – Former newspaper columnist and contestant in the Blueberry Queen Pageant

Julia von Fleming – Cookbook author, judge at the Cape Willington Community Cook-off

Brian Watkins Jr. – Nephew of Trudy and Richard Watkins

Trudy and Richard Watkins – Owners of Zeke’s General Store

Sheila Watson – Judge in the Blueberry Queen Pageant

Payne Webster – Local cabinetmaker and snowplow operator for the public works department

Anita Weller – Elementary school teacher and participant in the Lobster Stew Cook-off

Wilma Mae Wendell – Town resident, former winner of the Lobster Stew Cook-off

Elias Whitby – Previous owner of the Lightkeeper’s Inn

Elliot Whitby – Poe impersonator, local thespian, current owner of the Whitby Estate

Scotty Whitby – Nephew of Elliot, waiter at the Lightkeeper’s Inn

Kimmy Whitebridge – Contestant in the Blueberry Queen Pageant

Phil Williams – Manager of Village Pizza

Freda Winters – Owner of the Cape Willington House of Style

Ned Winetrop – Town resident

Herr Georg Wolfsburger – Owner of the Black Forest Bakery

Maggie Tremont Wolfsburger – Candy’s best friend, married to Herr Georg

Finn Woodbury – Retired police officer, local play producer, and friend of Henry “Doc” Holliday

Marti Woodbury – Wife of Finn Woodbury

Liam Yates – A Vermonter and participant in the ice sculpting exhibition

Cameron Zimmerman – Fiance of Amanda Tremont

Debbie Zimmerman – Cameron’s mother

Moe Zimmerman – Cameron’s dad
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