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  • Macwahoc (Aroostook Co.) was at first part of Molunkus Plantation in 1844, set off as a separate plantation of Macwahoc in 1851.[1] [2]
  • Madawaska Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • Magalloway Plantation (Oxford Co.)
  • Majorbigwaduce Plantation (Hancock Co.) (aka Magorbigwaduce, Magabagwaduce, or Maja Bagadoose) first organized from Township Number 3 East of Penobscot River Livermore Survey (T3 EPR LS) (aka Township Number 3 West of Union River); and became Penobscot, Maine in 1787.[3]
  • Mapleton Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • Mariaville Plantation (Hancock Co.), also known as Bingham, was first organized from parts of Township Number 14 and Number 20 Middle Division, Bingham's Penobscot Purchase (T14 and T20 MD BPP) as Mariaville Plantation in 1823; incorporated as Mariaville, Maine in 1836.[4]
  • Mariaville North Plantation (Hancock Co.), also known as Number 26 MD BPP Plantation, organized 1822; incorporated Amherst, Maine 1831.[5]
  • Mariaville South Plantation (Hancock Co.), also known as Number 14 MD BPP Plantation, became Waltham, Maine in 1833.[6]
  • Marion Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • Mars Hill Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • Massabesec Plantation (York Co.)
  • Matinicus Plantation (Knox Co.) was organized 1840. Criehaven Plantation was set off in 1897, but then surrendered its organization 1925.[7]
  • Matinicus Island Plantation (Knox Co.) see  Matinicus Plantation above.
  • Matinicus Isle Plantation (Knox Co.) see  Matinicus Plantation above.
  • Mattamiscontis Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Mattawamkeag Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Mayfield Plantation (Somerset Co.)
  • McCrillis Plantation (Penobscot Co.) organized in 1859 from T6 R4 NBPP (southwest part also known as the Ducktrap Grant); reorganized as Independence Plantation 1866; incorporated as Kingman, Maine 1873; demoted to Kingman Plantation 1935; dissolved into a township 1945.[8]
  • Medumcook Plantation (Knox Co.)
  • Meduncook Plantation (Knox Co.)
  • Medway Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Megunticook Plantation (now Knox County) came from part of Waldo Patent (also known as Muscongus Patent).[9] Afterward, Camden Plantation (also known as Cambden), existed prior to 1791 when it became the towns of Cambden (later Camden) and Rockport, Maine.[10]
  • Merrill Plantation (Aroostook Co.) was partly in Rockabema Plantation in 1846; became Merrill Plantation 1858; became a town 1911.[11] [12]
  • Milton Plantation (Oxford Co.) discontinued 1944, now Milton Township
  • Moluncus Plantation (Aroostook Co.), aka Letter A R5,
  • Moluncus Plantation (Aroostook Co.), T1 R4 WELS, first organized as Molunkus 1841; set off as separate plantation of Macwahoc 1851.[1] [2]
  • Monterey Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Monticello Plantation (Aroostook Co.)
  • Montville Plantation (Waldo Co.)
  • Moose Hill Plantation (Hancock Co.) was taxed as "wild lands" from 1906-1908.[13] Might  be referring to Osborn, Maine.
  • Moose River Plantation (Somerset Co.), earlier also known as Holdentown or Holden Plantation,[14] first formally organized in 1852 as a mega-plantation was split into T4 R1 (Jackman), T4 R2 (Moose River), T5 R2 (Dennistown), and T5 R3 (Sandy Bay Township) in 1859. The smaller Moose River Plantation also was reorganized in 1893, 1895, and 1903, and then incorporated as the Town of Moose River in 1957.[15]
  • Moro Plantation (Aroostook Co.) is a remaining fragment of the much larger Rockabema Plantation; fragment renamed Moro in 1870.[12] [16]
  • Mount Chase Plantation (Penobscot Co.)
  • Mount Desert Plantation (Hancock Co.) was first organized in 1776; incorporated as the Town of Mount Desert, Maine in 1789.[17]
  • Muscle Ridge Plantation (Knox Co.)
  • Muscongus Isle (Lincoln Co.)

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