Source: Harry E. Mitchell, et al., comp., The Bridgton Town Register, 1905 (Brunswick, Me., 1904).
[p. 12]List of Inhabitants, 1794.The following list of inhabitants of Bridgton was taken by Dr. Samuel Farnsworth, at the time of the incorporation of the town :
Robert Andrews, Daniel Barnard, Asa Barker, William Bennett, David Bradstreet, Daniel Brigham, Aaron Beeman, Nathaniel Burham, Simeon Burnham, Joseph Brocklebank, Widow Burnham, John Chaplin, David Clark, Rufus Carter, John Carsley, Ebenezer Carsley, Rev. Nathan Church, William Daniels, Nathan Dodge, Abner Davenport, John Davenport, Abner Dodge, Samuel Davis, William Emerson, James Emerson, Theodore Emerson, Asael Foster, James Flint, Stephen Gates, Alpheus Gibbs, Theodore Gibbs, Ezra Gibbs, Ezra Gould, Israel Green, David Hale, Nathaniel Hale, Moses Hale, Jacob Hazen, William Hazen, Asa Ingalls, Francis Ingalls, Nathan Ingalls, Isaiah Ingalls, Phineas Ingalls, Samuel Ingalls, Reuben Ingalls, Isaac Johnson, Nathaniel Jacobs, David Kneeland, Jedediah Kimball, Jacob Kimball, Benjamin Kimball, Samuel Kimball, Javan Knapp, Abraham Kneeland, Israel Kimball, Jesse Knapp, Joash Knapp, John Kilborn, Widow Burnham, William Morrison, George Mead, Wm. Oliver, Wm. Oliver, Jr., Daniel Perley, John[p. 13]Peabody, John Peabody, Jr., Enoch Perley, David Potter, Dudley Perkins, David Porter, Nathan Smith, Benjamin Sanborn, Jacob Smith, Jacob Stevens, Jr., Enoch Stiles, Noah Stiles, William Sears, Jonathan Smith, James Stevens and father, John Sanborn, Michael Webb, James Webb, Eliphalet Watson, James Watson, Elias Whitney, Joshua Whitney, William Woodbury. These are family heads, representing 88 families, and a population of 471.