Click here to to return to the main page for the 1820 Census in Maine, which has links to the 9 Maine Counties then in existence and, from there, to the individual Towns of the County chosen.
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.
Changes since 1820:
- 3 lots set off to Norway in 1859 and partially reannexed in 1861
- 2 lots annexed from Woodstock in 1825 and another in 1827, partly returned to Woodstock, with another piece, in 1841; a portion of the piece that was annexed in 1827, and subsequently returned, was again annexed in 1880
- half lot set off to Oxford in 1838
- part of Buckfield annexed in 1928
- portion set off in 1957 to form town of West Paris
Enumerated population of Paris in the 1820 Census: Free Whites - 1888; Free Blacks - 6; Total 1894; 520 engaged in agriculture
Enumerator: Levi Hubbard
The enumeration of Paris consists of all or parts of Sheets 24-41 use the arrow at top left of each image to page forward.
The enumerator used phonetic spellings; be prepared to check over the entire list for the person you're researching, as different spellings may have affected alphabetization.
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Heads of Households; Sheet Number