1837 Census of 7R5, Aroostook Co., Maine

1837 Census of 7R5, Aroostook Co., Maine

7R5, Aroostook Co., Maine bounds on 8R5 WELS, Webbertown, Moro, 7R6 WELS.

In a History of Sherman, Aroostook Co, Maine by Alfred Cushman, the first settler of Sherman, Maine states the following of one John Cram.
John Cram came to Sherman, Maine in 1834, took up a wild lot of land. He made a clearing, built a log house and stable, In 1836, he brought his wife and son. Mr. Cram opened his house to the public. This public house was called the CRAM House until the death of his wife. John Cram then sold to William Hunt who built a new set of buildings. Mr. Hunt occupied them until his death a few years later. William Hunt's widow died and her son, Otis, came into possession of the public house. After Olis Hunt died, Ivan Hunt took over the place.

Head of Household Persons under 4 Persons 4 to 21 Persons over 21 Total
John Cram 1 3 6 10

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