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Dade 1850 Federal Census
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DeSoto 1930 Federal Census
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Escambia 1830 Federal Census
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Franklin 1850 Federal Census
Gadsden 1830 Federal Census
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Hamilton 1830 Federal Census
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Hillsborough 1850 Federal Census
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Holmes 1850 Federal Census
Jackson 1830 Federal Census
Jefferson 1830 Federal Census
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Lee 1920 Federal Census
Leon 1830 Federal Census
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Levy 1850 Federal Census
Madison 1830 Federal Census
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Manatee 1870 Federal Census
Marion 1850 Federal Census
Monroe 1830 Federal Census
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Mosquito 1830 Federal Census
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Nassau 1830 Federal Census
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Orange 1850 Federal Census
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Putnam 1850 Federal Census
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St. Johns 1830 Federal Census
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St. Lucie 1850 Federal Census
Volusia 1860 Federal Census
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Walton 1830 Federal Census
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Washington 1830 Federal Census
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