Sunday, September 1, 2019

Kennebec County, Maine, in the 1820 Census

Kennebec County, Maine in the 1820 Census.

If you don't see a town you expect to see in the list of towns below, check to see if the town was incorporated later than 1820 and was known then by another name; or if the town changed its name after incorporation; or if it's now located in another County.

Note: until the 1850 Census, enumerators listed names of heads of households only.

Click on the town name for more information, including links to the original documents and alphabetical lists of heads of households.

Note: some of the towns listed below are now in other Maine counties, as noted. 

25 Mile Pond Plantation
Augusta
Belgrade
Chesterville - then in Lincoln County; as of 1838 in Franklin County
China
Clinton
Dearborn
Fairfax
In a Place Adjoining to Fairfax: bottom of sheet 693: heads of households: Joseph Brann; Ebenezer Brookins; Samuel Davis; Aaron Plummer, Jr.  Enumerator: Joel Wellington. Total enumerated population in 1820 - 26
Farmington - then in Kennebec County; as of 1838 in Franklin County
Fayette
Freedom - then in Kennebec County; as of 1827 in Waldo County
Gardiner
Greene - then in Kennebec County; as of 1854 in Androscoggin County
Hallowell
Harlem - became part of China, Maine, in 1822
Joy - then in Kennebec County; took the name Troy in 1827 when it became part of Waldo County
Leeds - then in Kennebec County; as of 1854 in Androscoggin County
Malta
Monmouth
Mount Vernon
New Sharon - then in Kennebec County; as of 1838 in Franklin County
Pittston
Readfield
Rome
Sidney
Temple - then in Kennebec County; as of 1838 in Franklin County
Unity, then in Kennebec County; as of 1827 in Waldo County
Vassalboro
Vienna
Waterville
Wayne
Wilton - then in Kennebec County; as of 1838 in Franklin County
Winslow
Winthrop

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