Matinicus Rock, Lincoln Co, Maine (now in Knox Co.) 1837 Census

1837 Census of Matinicus Rock (*)
Lincoln Co, Maine
(now in Knox Co.)

Matinicus on the Unincorporated 1837 was probably Matinicus Rock, which had a lighthouse built there in 1827. In 1834, a "castle" was built for the keeper's family. John Shaw and family were listed in the 1830 federal census. Samuel Abbott was listed in the 1840 federal census.

Matinicus the island itself was considered a part of Vinalhaven until 1840 Its population was much larger in 1830 and 1840 included more than two families.
(Douglas A. Hall)
12/11/98 2:57:41 PM Eastern Standard Time


Head of Household Persons under 4 Persons 4 to 21 Persons over 21 Total
George Snowdel1 2 5 2 9
John Allen 1 3 3 7



(*) Please note that the original 1837 Census Records the spelling of Matinicus Rock as Montinick Rock
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