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Coffee 1850 Federal Census
Crockett 1880 Federal Census
Davidson 1860 Federal Census
Dickson 1860 Federal Census
Dyer 1830 Federal Census
1840 Federal Census
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Fentress 1850 Federal Census
Gibson 1850 Federal Census
Greene 1840 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
Grundy 1860 Federal Census
Hamilton 1830 Federal Census
Hancock 1860 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
Hardin 1850 Federal Census
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Haywood 1840 Federal Census
Humphreys 1820 Federal Census
1830 Federal Census
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Jackson 1840 Federal Census
Jefferson 1830 Federal Census
1840 Federal Census
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Knox 1850 Federal Census
Lake 1920 Federal Census
Madison 1850 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
1880 Federal Census
Marion 1850 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
1900 Federal Census
McMinn 1830 Federal Census
1840 Federal Census
McNairy 1830 Federal Census
1840 Federal Census
Overton 1850 Federal Census
1920 Federal Census
Perry 1830 Federal Census
Polk 1840 Federal Census
1850 Federal Census
Robertson 1850 Federal Census
Scott 1850 Federal Census
Sequatchie 1860 Federal Census
Sevier 1830 Federal Census
1850 Federal Census
Smith 1820 Federal Census
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Washington 1830 Federal Census
Wayne 1860 Federal Census
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