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United States Gotoarrow.png Maine Gotoarrow.png Kennebec Gotoarrow.png Unity Township

Unity in Kennebec County is a former Maine plantation which surrendered its plantation status in 1942,[1] thus becoming an unorganized territory (township). Do not confuse it with its next-door neighbor, Unity, in Waldo County.

Unity Gore Plantation was organized in 1853 from Unity Gore, and later renamed simply "Unity Plantation." The plantation was discontinued in 1942.[2]

Boundary changes. Part of Unity Gore was set off to Sebasticook (now Benton) in 1847. Part was also set off to Albion in 1853.[2]

Records. An 1837 census for Unity Plantation is available online. Also, the Maine State Archives have tax valuation books for Unity Plantation 1926-1940.[3]

Adjacent towns:  Kennebec Co.:  Albion | Benton | Clinton | Waldo Co.:  Burnham | Unity


  1. Unity, Kennebec County, Maine in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia (accessed 19 May 2013).
  2. 2.0 2.1 Unity Township, Kennebec County, Maine in Maine Genealogy (accessed 19 May 2013).
  3. 1837 Census of Unity Plantation, (north of Albion) Kennebec Co., Maine 1837 Census in RootsWeb (accessed 29 May 2013).