Massachusetts 1800 State Senate, Hancock, Kennebec, Lincoln and Washington Counties

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Massachusetts 1800 State Senate, Hancock, Kennebec, Lincoln and Washington Counties
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Alexander Campbell, Nathaniel Dummer, Henry Dearborn, Nathan Weston, David Cobb, Samuel Howard, Oliver Leonard, Daniel Cony, William Ring, Jonathan Buck, William Wetmore, William King, Winslow Ames, John Chandler, John Leatherly, D. Sewell, scattering
Candidates: Alexander Campbell[1]Nathaniel DummerHenry DearbornNathan WestonDavid CobbSamuel HowardOliver LeonardDaniel ConyWilliam RingJonathan BuckWilliam WetmoreWilliam KingWinslow AmesJohn ChandlerJohn LeatherlyD. Sewellscattering
Final Result: [2][3]215717021423--------------
District of Hancock, Kennebec, Lincoln and Washington215717021423--------------
Hancock County-----------------
Town of Bangor-----------------
Town of Belfast-----------------
Town of Blue Hill9---19----12-------
Town of Buckstown-----------------
Town of Castine113--25228--598-----
Town of Deer Isle-----------------
Duck Trap Plantation-----------------
Town of Eden-----------------
Town of Frankfurt-----------------
Town of Goldsboro-----------------
Town of Hampden-----------------
Town of Islesborough-----------------
Town of Mount Desert-----------------
Town of Northport-----------------
Town of Orland-----3132--1-------
Town of Orrington-----------------
Town of Penobscot-----------------
Plantation No. 6 E. Tide Penboscot River-----------------
Plantation No. 6 Union River-----------------
Town of Prospect-----------------
Town of Sedgwick-----------------
Town of Sullivan-----------------
Town of Trenton-----------------
Town of Vinalhaven-----------------
Kennebec County-----------------
Town of Anson-----------------
Town of Augusta3135818214------------
Town of Belgrade12122825-------------
Town of Canaan-----------------
Town of Clinton-----------------
Town of Cornville-----------------
Town of Fairfield-----------------
Town of Farmington-----------------
Town of Fayette-----------------
Town of Green-----------------
Town of Hallowell7174806---------1-1-
Town of Harlem-----------------
Town of Littleboro-----------------
Town of Monmouth--69----------72---
Town of Mount Vernon56993--------------
Town of New Sharon-----------------
Town of New Vineyard-----------------
Town of Norridgewock-----------------
Town of Pittston2335--------------
Town of Readfield172052--------------
Sandy River No. 3-----------------
Town of Sidney30284341-------------
Town of Starks-----------------
Town of Vassalborough-----------------
Town of Wayne-----------------
Town of Winslow-----------------
Town of Winthrop507650-------------12
Lincoln County-----------------
Ballstown Plantation-----------------
Town of Bath-----------------
Town of Boothbay-----------------
Town of Bowdoin-----------------
Town of Bowdoinham-----------------
Town of Bristol-----------------
Town of Camden-----------------
Town of Cushing4545---------------
Town of Dresden2313117---21---------
Town of Edgecomb-----------------
Town of Georgetown-----------------
Town of Lewiston1235------20---1-1--
Town of Litchfield75-75--------------
Medencook Plantation-----------------
Town of New Castle-----------------
Town of New Milford-----------------
Town of Nobleborough-----------------
Town of Pownalboro-----------------
Town of Thomaston-----------------
Town of Topsham-----------------
Town of Union-----------------
Town of Waldoboro-----------------
Town of Warren-----------------
Town of Woolwich-----------------
Plantation adjacent to Bowdoin-----------------
Washington County-----------------
Town of Addison-----------------
Town of Columbia-----------------
Town of Eastport-----------------
Town of Harrington-----------------
Town of Machias-----------------
Town of Steuben-----------------
Plantation E. Tide Union River No. 6-----------------
Plantation E. Tide Union River No. 22-----------------


[2]"No. Voters, 3493. Make a choice, 1747." Governor's Council Records.
[3]Massachusetts law required a majority to elect. Nathaniel Dummer would subsequently be elected by the Massachusetts General Court.


Governor's Council Records. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Blue Hill Town Records. 163.
Castine Journal, and the Eastern Advertiser (Castine, ME). April 8, 1800.
Kennebec Intelligencer (Augusta, ME). April 12, 1800.
Aiken, Ruth J., ed. Records of the Lower St. Georges and Cushing, Maine: 1605-1897. Cushing, ME: Driftwood Farm, 1987. 15.
Allen, Charles Edwin. History of Dresden, Maine: formerly a part of the old town of Pownalborough from its earliest settlement to the year 1900. Augusta, Maine : Kennebec Journal Print Shop, 1931. 476.

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