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Indians listed in 1880 Washington Co., Maine census
Posted by: melissa1 (ID *****3873) Date: November 04, 2004 at 06:31:24
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These are all of the folks ~listed~ in the 1880 Washington Co., Maine census as Indians. These "might" all be Passamaquoddy Indians, perhaps some Maliseet or Mi'kmaq's as well.

This is just an alphabetical list of names that was passed on to me.
Perhaps this will help someone to find their missing family.
ALL 1880 Washington Co., Maine-
Rosena LEWEY - Baileyville, age 21 b. ME

Betsy HANEY - East Machias, age 10 b. ME

Elizabeth HANEY - East Machias, age 6 b. ME*
**(NOTE...ALL born in Maine unless otherwise noted)***

Isaac HANEY - East Machias, age 41

John HANEY - East Machias age 12

Maggie HANEY - East Machias age 17

Margaret F. HANEY - East Machias age 93 (so she was born c1787)

Mary N. HANEY - East Machias, age 8

Thomas HANEY - East Machias, age 14

William HANEY - East Machias, age 4

Fannie MITCHELL - East Machias, age 18

John MITCHELL - East Machias, age 4

Josephine MITCHELL - East Machias, age 23

Newell MITCHELL - East Machias, age 6 months

Peter MITCHELL - East Machias, age 26

William MITCHELL - East Machias, age 2

Peter MITCHELL, Jr. - East Machias, age 6

Catherine SEWELL - East Machias, age 43

Horace SEWELL - East Machias, age 7

John SEWELL - East Machias - age 38 b. CANADA

Carrie DANA - Pembroke, age 24

Frank DANA - Pembroke age 34

Susan DANA - Pembroke, age 5
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Most of these men were either unemployed, farmers or laborers.

I hope this list helps someone out.



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