Massachusetts 1802 State Senate, Hancock, Kennebec, Lincoln and Washington Counties

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Massachusetts 1802 State Senate, Hancock, Kennebec, Lincoln and Washington Counties
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
David Cobb, Nathaniel Dummer, John Chandler, Nathan Weston, Henry Knox, Alexander Campbell, Sargent, Martin Kinsley, Farley, John Herrick, Joel Thompson
Candidates: David Cobb[1]Nathaniel DummerHenry KnoxAlexander CampbellJohn ChandlerNathan WestonSargentMartin KinsleyFarleyJohn HerrickJoel Thompson
Final Result: [2][3]245414481108--------
District of Hancock, Kennebec, Lincoln and Washington Counties245414481108--------
Hancock County-----------
Town of Bangor-174345---2---
Town of Belfast-----------
Town of Blue Hill-----------
Town of Buckstown-----------
Town of Castine353477---1---
Town of Deer Isle60----661----
Town of Duck Trap53---659-----
Town of Eden26----264----
Town of Ellsworth-----------
Town of Frankfurt-----------
Town of Goldsboro34----28-----
Town of Hampden432112--------
Town of Isleboro32----------
Town of Mount Desert-----------
Town of Northport14-----14----
Town of Orland2626---------
Town of Orrington-----------
Town of Penobscot-----4530----
Town of Prospect151540-----40--
Town of Sedgwick-----------
Town of Sullivan--28---35----
Town of Trenton-----------
Town of Vinalhaven-----------
Plantation No. 6-----------
Kennebec County-----------
Town of Anson-----------
Town of Augusta73737272-------
Town of Belgrade2215-31-------
Town of Canaan-----------
Town of Chesterville361620--------
Town of Clinton10-5351-------
Town of Cornville-----------
Town of Fairfield-----------
Town of Farmington70633527-------
Town of Fayette-----------
Town of Green-----------
Town of Hallowell85856462-------
Town of Harlem-----------
Town of Leeds-----------
Town of Monmouth-48660-------
Town of Mount Vernon-----------
Town of New Sharon-----------
Town of Norridgewock21153731-------
Town of Pittstown28-2825-------
Town of Readfield23205350-------
Town of Sidney29224141-------
Town of Starks-----------
Town of Strong-----------
Town of Vassalborough90825042-------
Town of Wayne-----------
Town of Winslow40386563-------
Town of Winthrop85852727-------
Lincoln County-----------
Town of Ballstown-----------
Town of Bath-----------
Town of Boothbay-----------
Town of Bowdoin-----------
Town of Bowdoinham-----------
Town of Bristol-----------
Town of Camden-----------
Town of Cushing46---46------
Town of Dresden34-232334------
Town of Edgecomb-----------
Town of Georgetown-----------
Town of Lewiston46851-7----121
Town of Litchfield504833--------
Town of New Castle-----------
Town of New Milford-----------
Town of Nobleborough-----------
Town of Pownalboro11890---------
Town of Thomastown-----------
Town of Thompsonboro-----------
Town of Topsham828---------
Town of Union-----------
Town of Waldoborough-----------
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 Machias97----97-----
Town of Steuben-----------
Plantation No. 22-----------


[2]"No. Voters, 4014. Make a choice, 2008." 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.
Kennebec Gazette (Augusta ME). April 9, 1802.
Columbian Informer; and the Eastern Advertiser (Castine, ME). April 22, 1802.
Edes' Kennebec Gazette (Augusta ME). April 23, 1802.
Aiken, Ruth J., ed. Records of the Lower St. Georges and Cushing, Maine: 1605-1897. Cushing, Maine: Driftwood Farm, 1987. 19.
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. 497.
Drisko, George W. Narrative of the Town of Machias. Machias, MA: Press of the Republican, 1904. 284.
Hodgkin, Douglas I., ed. Records of Lewiston, Maine. Vol. I. Rockport, ME: Picton Press, 2001. 54.
"The Annals of Bangor", History of Penobscot County Maine. Williams, Chase and, Cleveland: 1882. 540.

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