Durham 1790 Census
Androscoggin County, Maine

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(updated 20 March 2016)





In 1790, Androscoggin County had not been formed, and Durham was part of Cumberland County.



Head of Family Free white males
(16 and upwards, including family head)
Free white males
(under 16)
Free white females
(including family head)
All other free persons
Goodwin, Samuel 3 2 1
Adams, Andrew 1 1 5
Cushing, John 2 3 3
Neal, widow 2
{Bavage?}, James 1 1 2
Wagg1, John 1 2 2
Stetson1, Elisha 2 1 3
Lewis, Nathan 1 1 2
Lincoln, John 1 4 2
Gerrish, Charles 1 2
Gerrish, George 1 3 2
Pearson, Thomas 2 2
Webb, Samuel 1 2 1
Warren, Pelatiah 1 3 4
Stetson1, Elijah 1 1
Jones, Ezekiel 2 2
Duran, Matthew 2 4 3
Roberts, Ebenezer 2 4 2
Sanborn, Simeon 1 1 3
Snow, Joshua 1 2 2
Bagley, Enoch 1 2 1
Bagley, Israel 2 1 3
Weston, Stephen 1 3 4
Warren, Henry 1 1 1
Currier, Sarah 3 3
True, William 3 2 4
True, Abel 1 1 3
Osgood, Aaron 2 3 2
Randall1, John 2 3 4
Roberts, William 2 1 6
York, Samuel 2 2 4
Sawyer, Jacob2 2 1
Turner, Isaac 1 2
Roberts, Vincent 1 6 3
Blake, Will. [sic] 1 2 2
Davis, Joseph 2 2
Hoyt1, John 2 2 5
Davis, Isaac 1 1 4
Fifield, Edward 1 2 1
Osgood, Nathaniel 1 3 2
Vining, Benjamin 3 1 4
Beaman1, Joseph 1 2 2
Fogginson, George 1 13 43
Ayers, Ebenezer 1 2 2
Goodwin, George 1 2 1
Warren, Ebenezer 1 1 1
Tarr, Henry 1 2
Tarr, Henry Jr. 1 1
Brown, Samuel 1 2 4
Dall, Joseph 1 1 1
Bragdon, Ebenezer 1 1
Cushing, Charles Jr. 2 2 4
Gerrish, Nathaniel 2 2 6
York, Joseph 1 3 4
Roak4, Martin 1 1 2
McGray1, Will. [sic] 2 2 2
Nichols, Samuel 2 4 6
Spofford1, Phineas [Phinehas] 1 2 3
Stoddard, William 1 3 7
Wilson1, James 1 2 2
Mitchell1, Richard 1 2
Proctor1, Samuel 1 2 3
Strout1, Joshua 2 4 6
Plummer, Robert 1 1 2
Jordan, Secomb 1 1 3
Dyer, Michael 1 4 6
Dyer, David 1 4 2
Parker, John 3 3 4
Morrill1, Roger 1 2 2
Jones, Joshua 1 3 2
Newell1, Ebenezer Jr. 1 1 1
Douglas1, John 1 1
Newell1, Ebenezer 2 3 2
McIntosh, John 1 4
Gerrish, William 3 3 4
Bailey, Timothy 1 2 2
Skinner, John 1 2 3
Mitchell1, Jeremiah 1 2 1
Parker, James 1 2 2
Farrow, John 1 3 2
Vining, John 1 1 2
Woodbury, Ebenezer 1 1 5
Hibbard1, James 1 2 5
Hibbard1, John 1 1
Tracy1, Christopher 1 2 4
Blethen1, James 1 1 1
Beal, Jonathan 2 2 3
Knight1, Joseph 1 3 2
Getchell1, Nathaniel 1 1 5
Fassett1, Richard 1 4 5
Tracy1, Solomon 2 1 4
Getchell1, Robert 1 4 3
Getchell1, John 1 1
Douglas1, Elijah 2 1
Getchell1, Joseph 1 3
Crossman, David 1 3 7 1
Blethen1, Job 1 3 4
Day, Josiah 3 4 4 1
Douglas1, Cornelius 1 2 3
Jones, Noah 1 2 3
Mitchell1, Thomas 1 1 1
Pinkham, Andrew 1 3 6
Estes1, Edward 1 1 2
Getchell1, Hugh 1 4 3
Dudley, Micajah 1 3 7
Douglas1, Joseph 1 2 4
Fisher, Thomas 3 4
Crossman, Solomon 1 2 2 1
Welch, Patrick 3 1
Estes1, Joseph 1 2
Estes1, Caleb 2 5 5
Varney, Nicholas 4 3 4
Tuttle, Reuben 3 1 4
Collins, Samuel 3 1 9
Clough, Samuel 2 2 6
Ring, Batchelder 2 3 3
Column Totals 163 215 344 3
white males = 378 white females = 344 all other free persons = 3
families = 116 total persons = 725


Notes:
   1The following surnames have been modified to bring them in line with current spelling: Beaman (from Beman), Blethen (Bliffen), Douglas (Duglas), Estes (Easthers, Esthers), Fassett (Fasset), Getchell (Gitchel), Hibbard (Hibbart), Hoyt (Hoit), Knight (Night), McGray (McGra), Mitchell (Mitchel), Morrill (Morril), Newell (Newal), Proctor (Procter), Randall (Randal), Spofford (Spafford), Stetson (Studson), Strout (Stout), Tracy (Tracey), Wagg (Wag), and Wilson (Willson).
   2This family/household was omitted from the book Heads of Families of the First Census of the United States taken in the year 1790 Maine (Washington: Governmental Printing Office, 1908). (See online manuscript entry.)
   3Numbers are obscured by an ink spot. (See online manuscript entry.)
   4According to the 1899 book History of Durham, Maine with Genealogical Notes by Everett S. Stackpole, “[t]he spelling of the surname was changed [from Rourke] to Roak by act of Mass. Legislature before 1820.” Martin Rourke served in the Revolutionary War, and his military gravestone in Old Town Cemetery gives his surname as Rourke.