1903 – Fort Popham beacon, Kennebec River, Maine.—A bell-tower was built and a 1,000-pound fog-bell struck by machinery was established. The light was taken from the spindle and placed on the bell tower, and a footbridge and plank walk leading to the shore were built,
1909 – The balance of the appropriation for light-keepers' dwellings, made by the acts of March 4, 1907, and May 27, 1908, was applied to the construction of dwellings at the following-named light-stations: Fort Popham, Me.
1910 – Funds applied toward the construction of a new dwelling.
1910 – Isolated oil houses were erected at the following-named stations during the fiscal year 1910 from the appropriation "Oil houses for light-stations:"
1925 – Leroy L. Myers, keeper of Fort Popham Lighthouse, Me., on September 27, while a strong ebb tide was running, rendered assistance to two men who were clinging to the bottom of their dory which had upset near the lighthouse.
Keepers: Llewelyn Oliver (at least 1900 – at least 1912), Leroy L. Myers (at least 1913 – at least 1928), Alonzo Morong (at least 1930 – 1935), Eugene W. Osgood (1935 – 1941).