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In the words of Enumerator Joseph H. Wardwell: "Lying North from No. 8". Presumably the "No. 8" referred to what is now Byron, Maine.
Timeline: several townships were joined to form Rangeley Plantation in 1852, and from a portion of that, the town of Rangeley was formed in 1855.
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.
Enumerated population of Township No. 3, 2nd Range in the 1820 Census: 23 inhabitants
Enumerator: Joseph H. Wardwell
The enumeration of Township No. 3, 2nd Range, appears on Sheet 125.
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Heads of Households; all on Sheet 125