1837 Census of Unity Plantation,
(north of Albion) Kennebec Co.,
Maine 1837 Census

Unity Planation, Kennebec County, Maine bounds: Burnham, Unity, Albion, Benton, and Clinton. Part of Unity Plt was set off to Albion on 30 March 1853. Organization surrendered 24 Feb 1941. Unity Gore set off to Sebasticook (Benton) on 26 July 1847. Unity plantation is now an unorganized township thirty-two miles northeast of Augusta. The Maine State Archives has Tax Valuation Books, 1926-1940 for Unity Plantation.
Population
1830, 78;
1900, 50;
1910, 56;
1920, 46;
1930, 34;
1940, 52;
1950, 44;
1960, 53;
1970, 45;
1980, 37;

1837 Census of Unity Planation, Kennebec Co., Maine
Head of Household Persons under 4 Persons 4 to 21 Persons over 21 Total
Frederick Bagley 1 5 2 8
Israel Richardson 1 8 2 11
Ira Plummer 0 1 2 3
James Libby 0 0 2 2
Levi Libby 0 2 2 4
Edmon Canend(?) 2 0 2 4
Ebenezer Brookins 0 5 2 7
Oliver Libby 1 1 2 4
Ralph Decker 2 2 2 6
John Leonard 2 6 2 10


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