Sunday, September 1, 2019

Sebec, Maine, in the 1820 Census (then in Penobscot County; as of 1838 in Piscataquis County)

Sebec, Maine, in Penobscot County, in the 1820 Census; as of 1838 in Piscatquis County.  Part of Sebec was annexed to Bowerbank in 1927.

See the names of heads of households farther below.

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 Sebec appears on Sheets 40-43.  Use the arrows at the top left of the image to page forward and back.

Note: Both given and surnames contain misspellings or odd spellings; be sure to look over the entire list in case a surname is in the wrong place alphabetically.

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
John Angrove
William Ball
Nathan Blood
Solomon Blood
Francis Boynton
Nathaniel Bradbury
Benjamin Bunker
Daniel Chase, Jr.
David Chase, Sr.
Ebenezer Chase
Ezekiel Chase
Jonathan Chase
Joseph Chase
Joseph Clark
James M. Clure or James McClure
Joel Crocket
John Crommet
Moses Cross
Jeremiah Cutter or Cutler
Seth Damon
Charles Delaittre
James Dennett
James Douglass
John Dowe
Ebenezer Edgerly
Robert Edgerly
Robert Forbes
Ezekiel Getchell
Jonathan Glidden
Samuel Glover
Ebenezer Gould
Ezra Gould
Hiram Gould
Willam Hamlin
Jason Hassell
Silas Herriman
Charles Holland
Samuel Jameson
Calvin B. Johnson
John Johnson
Robert Kimball
George Knight
Lewis Leonard
William Loney - middle initial K or R
James G. Lyford
James Lyford
Jonathan Lyford
James M. Clure or James McClure
Wiggins Merrill
Benjamin Moore
Daniel Moore
John Morrell
Jeremiah Moulton
Joseph Noyes
Moses Page
William Patterson
Andrew Pearsons
Mark Pitman
Thomas Roberts
Jonathan Robinson
Sewall Sanbourn
Rhoda Sands
William Sands
Advardis Shaw
Benjamin Smith
Charles Smith
James Smith
Joseph Smith
Isaac Terrel
John Wells
Ichabod Young

Until 1927, Sebec contained part of what is now Bowerbank, to the Northwest

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