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112. “1850 U.S. Federal Census,” Fairfield, South Carolina, 1850.
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115. “1820 U.S. Federal Census,” Athens, Clark, Georgia, 7 Aug 1820.
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118. “1820 U.S. Federal Census,” Jackson, Georgia, 7 Aug 1820.
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121. “1840 U.S. Federal Census,” District 240, Clarke, Georgia, 1840.
122. “1830 U.S. Federal Census,” Clarke, Georgia, 1830.
123. “1840 U.S. Federal Census,” Chambers, Alabama, 1840.
124. “1830 U.S. Federal Census,” Macon, Bibb, Georgia, 1830.
125. “1850 U.S. Federal Census,” District 24, Dooly, Georgia, 7 Sep 1850.
126. “1860 U.S. Federal Census,” District 1001, Spalding, Georgia, 9 Jun 1860.
127. “1870 U.S. Federal Census,” Griffin, Spalding, Georgia, 1 Jun 1870.
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129. “1790 U.S. Federal Census,” Mecklenburg, North Carolina, 1790.
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131. “1880 U.S. Federal Census,” Griffin, Spalding, Georgia, 10 Jun 1880.
132. “1830 U.S. Federal Census,” Dooly, Georgia, 1830.
133. “1840 U.S. Federal Census,” Dooly, Georgia, 1840.
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137. “1800 U.S. Federal Census,” Union District, South Carolina, 1800.
138. “1790 U.S. Federal Census,” Union, South Carolina, 1790.
139. “1880 U.S. Federal Census,” District 538, Fayette, Georgia, 3 Jun 1880.
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142. “1810 U.S. Federal Census,” Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1810.
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144. “1840 U.S. Federal Census,” District 208, Franklin, Georgia, 1840.
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148. “1870 U.S. Federal Census,” Fayette, Georgia, 11 Jun 1870.
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153. “1860 U.S. Federal Census,” Alpharetta, Milton, Georgia, 19 Jun 1860.
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