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Fort Bend 1850 Federal Census
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Jack 1930 Federal Census
Jackson 1850 Federal Census
Kent 1880 Federal Census
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Kerr 1910 Federal Census
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Kimble 1870 Federal Census
Lamar 1880 Federal Census
Lampasas 1870 Federal Census
Lee 1880 Federal Census
Leon 1850 Federal Census
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Liberty 1880 Federal Census
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Llano 1870 Federal Census
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Lubbock 1880 Federal Census
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Lynn 1880 Federal Census
Marion 1860 Federal Census
Mason 1860 Federal Census
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Medina 1850 Federal Census
Midland 1900 Federal Census
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Montgomery 1850 Federal Census
Nacogdoches 1850 Federal Census
Newton 1850 Federal Census
Nueces 1850 Federal Census
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Panola 1850 Federal Census
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Polk 1850 Federal Census
Presidio 1860 Federal Census
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Randall 1880 Federal Census
Red River 1850 Federal Census
Refugio 1850 Federal Census
Robertson 1850 Federal Census
Rusk 1850 Federal Census
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Sabine 1850 Federal Census
San Augustine 1850 Federal Census
San Patricio 1850 Federal Census
Shelby 1850 Federal Census
Sherman 1900 Federal Census
Smith 1850 Federal Census
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Stephens 1870 Federal Census
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Swisher 1880 Federal Census
Taylor 1900 Federal Census
Throckmorton 1880 Federal Census
Titus 1850 Federal Census
Trinity 1900 Federal Census
Tyler 1850 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
1920 Federal Census
Upshur 1860 Federal Census
Uvalde 1860 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
Van Zandt 1850 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
Victoria 1850 Federal Census
Walker 1850 Federal Census
Washington 1850 Federal Census
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Wise 1860 Federal Census
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