Maine 1824 State Senate, Kennebec County

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Maine 1824 State Senate, Kennebec County
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Joseph Fairbanks, Joseph Southwick, Joshua Lord, Joel Wellington, Joseph Chandler, J. Cushman, Joseph Wellington, Thomas Fillebrown, Thomas Bond, scattering
Candidates: Joseph Fairbanks[1]Joseph Southwick[2]Joshua Lord[3]Joel WellingtonJoseph ChandlerJ. CushmanJoseph WellingtonThomas FillebrownThomas Bondscattering
Final Result: [4]248516101580-------
Kennebec County248516101580-------
Town of Augusta8943443839-----
Town of Belgrade82--8282-----
Town of Chesterville4933331717----4
Town of China131681130643----
Town of Clinton----------
Town of Dearborn----------
Town of Farmington14714514352-----
Town of Fayette----------
Town of Freedom----------
Town of Gardiner139139139-------
Town of Gerry----------
Town of Greene----------
Town of Hallowell1221111122817-----
Town of Harlem----------
Town of Joy----------
Town of Leeds10313897835----
Town of Ligonia----------
Town of Monmouth16884848584-----
Town of Mount Vernon601760422-----
Town of New Sharon----------
Town of Pittston747474-------
Town of Readfield12452537371-----
Town of Rome4432321212-----
Town of Sidney7733334444-----
Town of Temple----------
Town of Unity----------
Town of Vassalborough9590953------
Town of Vienna----------
Town of Waterville3524380667111-
Town of Wayne----------
Town of Wilton----------
Town of Winslow363636-------
Town of Winthrop----------
25 Mile Pond Plantation----------


[1]Of Farmington.
[2]Of Vassalborough.
[3]Of Gardiner.
[4]Joseph Wellington is an amalgamation of Joel Wellington and either Joseph Fairbanks, Joseph Soutwick or Joseph Chandler.


Waterville Intelligencer (Waterville, ME). September 15, 1824.
American Advocate and General Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). September 18, 1824.
The Eastern Argus (Portland, ME). September 21, 1824.
Portland Gazette (Portland, ME). September 21, 1824.
Waterville Intelligencer (Waterville, ME). September 22, 1824.
Oxford Observer (Paris, ME). December 16, 1824.
American Advocate and General Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). December 25, 1824.

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