Monhegan Island, Lincoln Co., Maine 1837 Census

1837 Census of
Monhegan Island,
Lincoln Co.,
Maine


Monhegan Island is situated nine miles southeast from Pemaquid Point Light, and sixteen miles from Boothbay Harbor. It is about 1 mile wide and 2.5 miles long. In 1605, it was named Isle St. George by George Waymouth; Isle La Nef by Champlain in 1606. Monhegan was the rendezvous of the Popham Colony in 1607. They landed and held a Thanksgiving Service for their safe arrival, under the cross which had been there erected by George Waymouth.
Head of Household Persons under 4 Persons 4 to 21 Persons over 21 Total
George B. Wormell 2 3 2 7
Sarah Barnard 0 0 2 2
Thomas Horne 2 5 6 13
Henry Trefethren 2 0 4 6
George Trefethren 1 5 3 9
William Studley 1 5 3 9
Robert Simmons 2 4 3 9
Josiah Sterling 2 6 6 11
Thomas Brooks 0 4 2 6
Abraham Trefethren 0 0 2 2
Joseph Sterling 2 4 3 9


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