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:
- Incorporated as Carthage, Maine, in 1826
- Set off to the newly formed Franklin County in 1838
- The eastern part of Carthage was set off in 1849 to form Plantation 4. Plantation 4 subsequently set off part in 1858 to form Perkins Plantation, which deorganized in 1901; the remainder of Plantation 4 changed its name in 1860 to Washington Plantation, also long since deorganized.
Enumerated population of Township 4 in the 1820 Census: 171 inhabitants
Enumerator: Timothy Howe
The enumeration of Township 4 consists of Sheets 106 and part of 107; use the arrow at top left 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.
If you find errors or have information to share on any of the people listed below, please leave a comment.
Heads of Households; Sheet Number