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1837 Census of Flagstaff,
(Township 4R4 BKP WKR),
Somerset Co., Maine

Flagstaff Planation, (Township 4R4 BKP WKR), Somerset Co., Maine bounds: King and Bartlett, 3R4 BKP WKR, 4R3 BKP WKR, Eustis and Jim Pond.
Flagstaff is named from the fact that Benedict Arnold encamped there for several weeks with his forces and erected the national standard. This plantation was overflowed by the creation of the Central Maine Power Co., Dam.

Population:
1900, 115
1910, 149
1920, 102
1930, 179
1940, 143


First Name Head of Household Persons under 4 Persons 4 to 21 Persons over 21 Total
Charles Abbot 0 0 4 4
William Abbott 1 6 2 9
Jesse S. Beckey 1359
Peter W. Butler 1 3 2 6
William Butler 2 6 2 10
Thomas Butler 0 0 3 3
Daniel Knight 2 1 4 7
Stephen Knight 0 0 3 3
Zadock Norton 1 4 2 7
William Pierce 0 02 2
Rufus Viles 4 8 3 13
Joseph Viles Jr. 2 7 4 13
Osgood Whiteen0055
Stephen Wyman 2 1 2 5


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