Monthly Archives: August 2011

Hurricane Irene Does Little Damage In Maine and The Captain Lord Mansion Escapes Unscathed!

Thankfully, by the time Hurricane Irene reached the cold waters of Maine, it had dissipated to a tropical storm, not much worse than the usual Nor’easter we get mostly in the winter.  Damage was limited to scattered power outages, some downed trees with lots of leaves littering the ground.  However, we look forward to a sunny week and […]

More Recent Interesting History Regarding the Captain Lord Mansion, A Kennebunkport Bed and Breakfast

This is a delightful picture of our daughter Dana and her husband Eric sharing their cake on their wedding day here at the Captain Lord Mansion.  Their small wedding ceremony was performed at the Kennebunkport Village Baptist Church, after which their reception was held in the Mansion Carriage House.  The wedding took place on Labor Day weekend, […]

Special Events from the Past at the Captain Lord Mansion, a Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast Inn

  Painting called "Treasured Memories" by Dennnis Perrin For Charles Clark and his family, summers in Maine were a time of joyous family gatherings and celebrations.  One such event is reported in the Saturday, July 16, 1887 edition of The Wave, another local newspaper of the period.  It tells us that “Mr. Charles P. Clark, […]