Maine Genealogy Archives

1820 Census: Plantation No. 20, Washington County

Plantation No. 20 was incorporated in 1828 as the town of Adams, the name changed soon after to Crawford.

Source: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourth Census of the United States, 1820. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1820. M33. Roll 37.

This transcription was generously provided by Joan Rines, and was proofread by Christopher Dunham. Any errors that remain are solely the responsibility of the proofreader.

Only the first fifteen fields are shown below. Those entries that include additional data are marked with a . Entries followed by a are accompanied by a notation. Click on a name to view an individual's expanded entry.

Key to entries:

a. Free white males under 10
b. Free white males of 10 and under 16
c. Free white males of 16 and under 18
d. Free white males of 16 and under 26
e. Free white males of 26 and under 45
f. Free white males of 45 and upwards
g. Free white females under 10
h. Free white females of 10 and under 16
i. Free white females of 16 and under 26
j. Free white females of 26 and under 45
k. Free white females of 45 and upwards
l. Foreigners not naturalized
m. Persons engaged in agriculture
n. Persons engaged in commerce
o. Persons engaged in manufacturing
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Elkanah Hanscom200110100100200
John Love000100010001100
Adonijah Munson000010001010100
Wm Sevey200020300101200
Aaron Sevey100011101000100
Jona Runnell000001000000001
Jacob Stevens210210110100300
Wm Fenlason300010210100100
George Richardson100200001000100
John Bird200010001000100