Sunday, September 1, 2019

Charleston, Maine, in the 1820 Census (then known as New Charleston)

Charleston, Maine, in Penobscot County, in the 1820 Census, then known as New Charleston.

Note: the 1820 Census lists the names of heads of households only, with a tally of everyone in the household by age range and gender.

The enumeration of Charleston appears on Sheets 32-34.  Use the arrow at the top left of the image to page forward.

If you notice errors or if you have information to share on any of the people listed below, please leave a comment.

Heads of Households, Number in Household
Bacon William Bacon, 8
Beckford Daniel Beckford, 6
Bradley Briant Bradley, 4
Bradley Levi Bradley, 8
Bridgham Joseph Bridgham, 7
Bridgham Joseph Bridgham, Jr., 4
Bunker Thomas Bunker, 9
Campbell Thomas Campbell, 9
Cark Josiah Cark, 5 - perhaps enumerator meant to write Josiah Clark
Cobb Meletiah Cobb - name crossed out
Cobb William Cobb, 7
Coy John Coy, 11
Davis Isaac Davis, 6
Doroty David Doroty, 11 - presumably a variant of Dougherty
Dunning James Dunning, 9
Dunning James Dunning, Jr., 8
Dunning William Dunning, 8
Flint Benjamin Flint, 4
Hale Henry Hale, 6
Haycock William Haycock, 8
Heath John Heath, 4
Holden Samuel Holden, 6
Huckins Nathaniel Huckins, 6
Huntting Ebenezer Huntting, 6
Jameson Alexander Jameson, 5
Keaser David Keaser, 7
Keaser Ebenezer Keaser, 10
Kitridge Marcus Kitridge, 2
Libby Josiah Libby, 8
Low Charles Low, 6
Merrill Nathan Merrill, 10
Millot Charles Millot ?, 12 - surname smeared
Norcross Elijah N. Norcross, 7
Norcross James Norcross, 7
Norcross Jesse Norcross, 8
Orcot David Orcot, 12
Page Duston Page, 6
Page Peter Page, 7
Patten John Patten, 4
Rose Jeremiah Rose, 9
Snow Philip Snow, 7
Springer Benjamin Springer, 7
Stockman David Stockman, 7
Taylor Benjamin Taylor, 4
Tilton Abraham Tilton, 7
Tilton Benjamin Tilton, 8
Tolpy Rufus Tolpy, 6
Wilkins Daniel Wilkins, 3
Wilkins Edward Wilkins, 2
Wilson John Wilson, 6
Young Ezra Young, 10

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