Boundary changes since 1820: annexed part of Palmyra in 1824 and part of Detroit in 1855; set off part of town lying south and east of the Sebasticook River was set off to Twenty-five Mile Pond Plantation (now Burnham) in 1821; set off land to Canaan in 1824; and set off two estates to Clinton in 1830.
Warsaw is misindexed in some online sources as Moscow. Moscow entries fill the preceding sheet and part of Sheet 178, linked below, and continue on as "Moscow" up to Sheet 181. In some online sources, these heads of households for Warsaw are indexed incorrectly as residents of Moscow.
Note: the 1820 Census lists the names of heads of households only; see the original sheets for a tally of everyone in each household by age range and gender.
The enumeration of Warsaw consists of all or parts of Sheets 178-181; use the arrow at top left of the image to page forward or back.
The enumerator used phonetic spellings, which may have affected alphabetization.
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Heads of Households
|Henry Clark - middle initial P or T|
|Nicholas Dodge, Jr.|
|Moses W Lowe or Lorne|
|John Manrins ?|
|John Noble, Jr.|
|William B. Patterson|