Stanley Finnemore was a long time resident of Bridgewater, Maine. He was was working on the railroad in 1962. He, and his sister Dorothy, learned songs from their father, Charles Finnemore. Charles Finnemore was an informant for Helen Hartness Flanders and Marguerite Olney and his version of “Sir Neil and Glengyle” is in the Flanders collection.
Ethnomusicology | Folklore | Oral History
Finnemore, Stanley, "Stanley Finnemore" (2013). Maine Song and Story Sampler Artists. 50.