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23, Centerville, 70 12, Whitney, 182 Plantation No. 13, Marion, 47 Lubec 1430 Jonesborough

675 Calais 418 Addison

519 Robbinston 424 Cherryfield

241 Dennysville 557 Steuben

780 Plantation No. 16, Alexander, 114 17, Princeton, 48

12,746 6, Baring,

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SOMERSET COUNTY. Norridgewock 1454 Freeman

517 Starks 1043 Plant. No. 2, 2d range

28 Mercer 743 Plantation No. 4

37 New Portland 817 No. 1, ist range

250 Avon 450 Canaan

1470 Kingfield 464 Bloomfield

389 New Vineyard

591 Palmyra Plant. No. 1, 3d range

27 Harmony East pond plantation

144 Northhil No. 2, ist range

98 St. Albans No. 1, 2d range

66 Bingham Madison

881 Warsaw Corinna 411 Parkman

225 Athens 590 No. 5, or Chandlerville

155 Hartland

411 Township north of
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Moscow
286 No. 2, E. of Moscow

19 No. 7, 7th range 44 No. 1, 3d range

41 Fairfield

1609 Million acres north of Harmony 90 Anson

948 No. 3, 3d range Strong

862 Phillips 624

21,699 Industry

778 Emden Cornville

652

KENNEBEC COUNTY. Clinton 1356 Vienna

665 Winslow 935 Rome

533 Vassalborough 2434 Belgrade

1121 Augusta 2457 Dearborn

463 Hallowell 2919 Chesterville

612 Pittston 1337 Wilton

1115 Gardiner 2053 Temple

615 Sidney 1890 Farmington

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336 584 481 371 336 315

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1219 China Waterville

1719 Freedom Fairfax

1 204 Joy Harlem

862 Unity Malta

1054 Place ad'g Fairfax 25 mile Pond plant

202 Leeds Monmouth

1596 Winthrop Greene

1309 Fayette Readfield

1513 Wayne

1051 Mount Vernon

1293

OXFORD COUNTY. Paris

1894 Fryeburg Academy grant Sumner

1048 Batchelder's grant Woodstock

509 Hartford Turner

1726 Dixfield Porter

487 No. 4 Fryeburg

1057 Chandler's gore Hiram

700 Peru Sweden

249 Township No. 8 Fryeburg addition

129 Township let. B. Bradley & Eastman's grant 8 Township No. 3, 2d R, Livermore

2174 Jay

1614 Weld

489 Bethel No. 11. or No. 2

97 Albany Rumford

871 Newry Township let. E.

40 Andover gore
No. 1, ist R. 158 Holmes, or No. 2

23 Mexico Norway

1330 Gilead Greenwood

392 Ketchum Hebron

1727 Andover Buckfield

1501 Howard's gore Denmark

792 Hamlin's grant Brownfield

727 Lovel

430 Waterford

1035

HANCOCK COUNTY. Belfast

2026 Vinalhaven Brooks

318 Duck Island Prospect

1771. Martinicus Island Belmont

744 Butler Island Searsmont

675 Eagle Island Bluehill

957 Great spruce head Castine

975 Beech Island Eden

764 Hog Island

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91 1133 595 171

42 343 332

6 23 155 113 1267 288 303 31 34

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560 Marshal's Island

7 Islesborough 639 Placentia Island

39 Penobscot 1009 Black Island

9 Surry 428 Frankfort

2127 Trenton 639 Jackson

375 Plantation No. 7 82 Bucksport

1638 Plantation No. 8 173 Township No. I

49 9 133 Township No. 33

14 14 67

20

200 41

103 Little spruce head 5 Mark Island

7 Waldo

245
Burnt coat Island

218 Swanville 503 Long Island

19 Lincolnville

1294

Pond Island
Northport

939
Monroe

630 Knox

560 Thorndike Brooksville

972 Township No. 8 Deer Isle

1842

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29 Ellsworth 892

15 Mount Desert 1349

47 Orland

610 Sedgwick 1420

31,071 Sullivan

872

RECAPITULATION.
CENSUS of 1820.

CENSUS of 1810. York 46,284

41,877 Cumberland 49,339

42,831 Lincoln 52,953

42,992 Penobscot

13,931 Washington 12,746

7.870 Somerset 21,698

12,910 Kennebec 42,632

32,554 Oxford 27,185

17,630 Hancock 31,071

30,031

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Total,

297,839

228,705

“THE WILDERNESS SHALL BLOSSOM AS THE ROSE.”

Joshua Hathaway Esquire of Passadumkeag, on Saturday last presented us with a watermelon raised by him, two feet long and 10 inches (in diameter). The seed was planted June 8.

-Bangor Register, Sept. 21, 1826.

HAMPDEN FAMILIES.

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ABNER CROSBY, wife Dorcas

Children : i. SARAH, b. March, 1777. ii. ABIGAIL, b. Jan. 28, 1779; pub., m. Joel Welch Feb, 27, 1802. iii. ELISHA, b. Jan. 1, 1781. iv. HEPSIBAH, b. Oct. 23, 1784; pub. Aaron Prouty Feb. 27, 1802.

ABNER, b. Nov. 16, 1786. vi. BENJAMIN, b. Dec. 29, 1788. vii. WILLIAM, b. March 16, 1789. viii. Dorcas, b. April 2, 1792; pub. Robert Mann of Sunkhaize, Oct. 28,

1810, in Hampden. ix. LUCY, b. Jan. 14, 1794. x. HANNAH, b. March 29, 1796. xi. DAVID, b. June 13, 1798. xii. Simon, b. July 28, 1800.

EZEKIEL COBB, married Nancy Thompson, whose mother married James Brooks of Orrington. Children :-Elisha, Sally married-Jackson; William, Levi married-Higgins; Nancy married-Simpson; Ezekiel; Betsey married John Sullivan; Sabina married Nathaniel Bartlett; Phebe married Christopher T. Atwood. Widow Nancy Cobb married second Shebna Swett of Orrington.

JACOB CURTIS, born Nov. 15, 1775; married Caty Swan, Sunday June 16, 1799. She born April 15, 1780. Children :

i. John, b. March 27, 1800 ii. JACOB, b. Feb. 9, 1802. iji. JEREMIAH, b. Jan. 2, 1804, of "Curtis and Perking." iv. THOMAS ROGERS, b. Aug. 29, 1806. HENRY DILLINGHAM, married Martha, daughter of Geo. Brooks of Orrington. (Widow married second Zebulon Young.) Children :

i. JOHN DILLINGAAM. ii. GEORGE DILLINGHAM, m. Nickerson. iii. THOMAS DILLINGHAM, m. Shaw. Amos DOANE, Hampden, 1784; married Mary Myrick; married A bigail Libby; he died 1842.

i. ISAAC, m. Lettice Higgins and Caroline Snow; he d. Aug. 1, 1872.
ii. DANIEL.
iii. EDWARD.

iy. Amos.
V. WILLIAM.
vi. ELISHA, did he m. widow Rachel Brown; pub. Oct. 9, 1808.
vii. LYDIA.

ELIASHIB DELANO came and lived at the Corner. He was the first Town Clerk. He married Azubah Knowles (some say Dean,) published in Orrington, Aug. 8, 1793. Children :

i. H.- KNOWLES, b. March 27, 1794. ii. PAUL DUDLEY, b. Dec. 26, 1795; m. Maria West. iii. SALLY PARKER, b. Feb. 4, 1798. iv. ELIASHIB BONAPARTE, b. May 10, 1800. v. JOHN, about the year 1825, while on a surveying expedition with Gen.

Jedediah Herrick, he was lost in the woods.

JAMES DUDLEY, son of Samuel Dudley, seventh son, died in Hampden ; married Cheney. Children :

i. SYBIL, M. James Gorton. ii. ELIAS, of Hampden, m. Sarah, of Gen. John Crosby. Executive

Councillor. Children:

1. Sarah, m. Barnabas Freeman of North Yarmouth.
2. Mary Godfrey, m. Samuel Child, sh naster.
3. John Crosby.
4. Ann Maria, died young.
5. Elias James.
6. Irving.

7. Ann Eliza.
ill. MARY, m. Charles Godfrey; removed to Taunton, Mass.
iv. JAMES, shipmaster, died at sea, unmarried.

PAMELIA, died young. vi. EDWARD, of Hampden, m. first Maria Crosby; second Catherine R.

Dutton. vii. PAMELIA, died unmarried. viii. JOHN, of Hampden, m. Elizabeth L. Illsley of Falmouth.

v.

SIMEON GORTON, first settled in Orrington, then to Hampden; constable, deputy sheriff ; a worthy man and Methodist. He died in Hampden Sept. or May 1828, aged 79. His will, Jan. 14, 1817, gave to his wife Catherine, daughter Priscilla Dennett, (?) James, Elizabeth Kendall, Wealthy Wheeler, Matilda Myrick, to son Simeon Rice good common learning, etc. Wife, Catharine ; (she married second Deacon Jonathan Haskins, of Hampden, and died April 14, 1844, aged 79.) Children :

i. PRISCILLA, b. Dec. 25, 1775; m.

Dennet.

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