For more information on early Waldoboro settlers, including the addition of some of the Hessian soldiers from Fort George at Castine, Maine, during the American Revolution, refer to the Old Broad Bay Family History Association, which includes a list of original surnames and some of the changes over time.
Boundary changes since 1820:
- set off Johnson's Island to Bremen in 1830 and set off additional land to Bremen in 1853 and 1856
Note: the 1820 Census lists heads of households only; see the original sheets for a tally of people within a household by age range and gender.
Enumerator: Jesse Page
The enumerator sometimes fit in the end of a town and its aggregate in the midst of another town's enumeration. For best results, check all of the towns that Jesse Page enumerated.
Waldoborough - this post
Total enumerated population of Waldoborough - 2449 inhabitants, which figure includes 5 inhabitants called ""Black".
The enumeration of Waldoborough appears Sheets 361-375; use the arrow at top left to page forward.
The enumerator's occasional use of phonetic spellings may have affected alphabetization of the list below. In addition, most of the enumerator's entries were in the format of last name; given name; but several appear to be in the opposite format. Consequently, I may have misinterpreted the correct order of some names. Please be sure to check the entire list for the person you're researching.
If you find errors or have information to share on any of the people listed below, please leave a comment.
The list below was developed with the aid of the Old Broadbay Family History Association's Families list - please advise of any errors.
Heads of Households, Sheet Numbers
Waldoboro, Maine, in 2020