Sunday, September 1, 2019

Lincoln County, Maine, in the 1820 Census

Lincoln 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.

Alna
Appleton Plantation
Bath
Boothbay
Bowdoin; then in Lincoln County; as of 1854 in Sagadahoc County
Bowdoinham; then in Lincoln County; as of 1854 in Sagadahoc County
Bristol
Camden
Cushing
Dresden
Edgecomb
Friendship
Georgetown
Hope - then in Lincoln County; as of 1860 in Knox County
Jefferson
Lewiston
Lisbon; then in Lincoln County; as of 1854 in Androscoggin County
Litchfield; then in Lincoln County; as of 1835 in Kennebec County
Monhegan Island
Montville; then in Lincoln County; as of 1827 in Waldo County
Montville Plantation - in 1827 Putnam became Liberty, Maine, in the new Waldo County
Newcastle
Nobleboro
Palermo - then in Lincoln County; as of 1827 in Waldo County
Phippsburg
Plantation of Patricktown (now Somerville, with some land from Jefferson
Putnam - as of 1823 became Washington, Maine; in 1820 in Lincoln County; as of 1860 in Knox County
St. George
Thomaston
Topsham; then in Lincoln County; as of 1854 in Sagadahoc County
Union; then in Lincoln County; as of 1860 in Knox County
Waldoboro
Wales; then in Lincoln County; as of 1854 in Androscoggin County
Warren
Whitefield
Wiscasset
Woolwich

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