In the words of Enumerator Joseph H. Wardwell: "This No. 1, is in the first Range of Townships Northward from No. 6 in the County of Oxford"
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Changes since 1820:
- Incorporated as Madrid in 1836
- Became part of Franklin County in 1838
- Annexed part of Letter E Plantation [now Township E] in 1872
- Deorganized in 2000
Enumerated population of Township No. 1, First Range in the 1820 Census: 158 inhabitants
Enumerator: Joseph H. Wardwell
The enumeration of Township No. 1, First Range, consists of Sheets 124 and 125; 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.
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Heads of Households; Sheet Number