Cumberland County, Maine in the 1820 Census.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.
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- Cape between Raymond and Standish
- Cape Elizabeth - then included what is now South Portland
- Danville - as of 1854 in Androscoggin County; now part of Auburn
- Durham - now in Androscoggin County
- Minot - as of 1854 in Androscoggin County (in 1820 included what is now Auburn and Mechanic Falls
- New Gloucester
- North Yarmouth - then included Yarmouth, Maine, and Cumberland, Maine
- Otisfield - as of 1978 in Oxford County
- Poland - as of 1854 in Androscoggin County
- Thompson Pond Plantation - part now in Otisfield in Oxford County and Poland in Androscoggin County
Cumberland County in 1820; Southwest, in blue
Below, Cumberland County, Maine, Today
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