1837 Special Census of Danforth half township, 8R4 NBPP (East half), Washington Co., Maine

1837 Special Census of
Danforth half township,
8R4 NBPP (East half),
Washington Co., Maine

Danforth Half township 8R4 NBPP (East half) Washington) Danforth Washington Co. bounds: Bancroft, Weston, 9R4 NBPP, Forest, Brookton, 8R3 NBPP, 8R4 NBPP. Previous designations: Danforth tract plus part of 8R4 NBPP. Settled 1829. Incorporated 17 Mar 1860 as the 409th town.
Part of Weston annexed 4 March 1885and later part of Eaton annexed 15 Feb 1887.
First settled by Parker Tewksbury who came from Cornville in 1829, a few years later Eliphalet Morse, Nathaniel Schillinger and Jeremiah Schillinger from Poland, Joseph Webber of Clinton and Seth Stinchfield of Leeds also settled in Danforth, Maine.



First Name Head of Household Persons under 4 Persons 4 to 21 Persons over 21 Total
Alexander Brown 1 1 2 4
Ebenezer Dow 0 0 11
William Fowler 2 0 2 4
Amergiah Harding 1 5 2 8
William Hines 0 0 11
Daniel More 0 1 3 4
Daniel More 2nd 2 2 26
Seth Stinchfield 0 1 2 3
Parker Tooksbury 1 3 2 6


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