1837 Census of Carrabasset Valley, formerly Jerusalem, 3R2 BKP WSKR, Franklin Co., Maine

1837 Census of Carrabasset Valley,
(formerly Jerusalem,
3R2 BKP WSKR),
Franklin Co., Maine

Thirty miles north of Farmington, Franklin Co., Maine, Carrabassett Valley was incorpoated on 26 Oct 1971. Originally was the unorganized townships of Sugarloaf (Crockertown, formerly Number 4, R2) and Jerusalem (Number 3, R2, BKP)
In 1855 Jerusalem was organized into a plantation.
Jerusalem, Franklin Co., Maine was a wild land township bounded by Dead River, Highland, Kingfield, Crockertown. Previous designation of Jerusalem was: 3R2 BKP WKR & Treadwell.



First Name Head of Household Persons under 4 Persons 4 to 21 Persons over 21 Total
Elisar Buck 0 0 2 2
Joel Dresser 2 3 2 7
Alva Lovel 1 4 3 8
Andrew Lovel 1 4 2 7
John Moody 0 1 1 2
Phebe Moody 0 6 1 7
Lewis Moore 1 4 2 6
John Read 2 3 3 7
Robert Tailor 1 0 2 3
Abijah Tuft 1 2 2 5


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