Macwahoc, Maine

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Macwahoc is a Maine plantation in the forests on the south border of Aroostook County. Settled in 1835,[1] then first organized from Township 1 Fourth Range West of the Easterly Line of the State (T1 R4 WELS) as a part of the larger Molunkus Plantation (which included TA R5 WELS), also known as South Molunkus Plantation, in 1844. In 1851 Macwahoc was set off and organized as a separate plantation. It was also reorganized in 1854, 1860, 1887, and continues today.[2]


Records. Plantation records 1851-1893 including elections, warrants, proceedings of meetings, bills, lists of soldiers and voters, taxes, other town records; intentions of marriage and marriage records are housed in Macwahoc, Maine. The Family History Library has a microfilm copy on FHL Film 011561.

Adjacent towns: Aroostook Co.: Molunkus Township | North Yarmouth Academy Grant Township | Reed Plantationl | Township 1 R5 | Penobscot Co.: Drew Plantation | Kingman Township | Mattawamkeag

References

  1. George Jones Varney, A Gazetteer of the State of Maine (Boston: B.B. Russell, 1881), 348-49. Digial copy at Google Books.
  2. Macwahoc Plantation, Aroostook County, Maine in Maine Genealogy (accessed 14 October 2013).