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1870 Texas Census

These folks were in the following counties in Texas in 1870 and one way or another a climb through the branches will lead all the way down to me and mine.

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1870 Anderson County, Texas
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1870 Bosque County, Texas
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1870 Cherokee County, Texas
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Patience (Parker) Pugh, widow, with 4 of her children, including 2 of her daughters that are probably widows and their children. Ten years before Patience was in the 1860 Tyler County TX census with her husband, Laban Pugh.

1870 Census - TX, Cherokee County, page 39, PO Rusk, Beat No. 4, stamp 265, Nov, line 30, 296/296:
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1870 Collin County, Texas
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1870 Cooke County, Texas
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1870 Dallas County, Texas
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1870 De Witt County, Texas
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1870 Ellis County, Texas
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1870 Falls County, Texas
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1870 Grayson County, Texas
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1870 Harris County, Texas
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1870 Henderson County, Texas
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1870 Hill County, Texas
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1870 Hood County, Texas
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James Stuart FAIRLY (b. 1809) with his wife, Abigail Effie FAIRLY and 4 of their 7 children. Abigail Effie will die in 1873 and James Stuart in late 1875. But James's death does not come before he assists with changing the name of his county one more time, when in early 1875 a small portion of the southeast side of Hood County becomes Somervell County.
According to the book "Somervell" by W. C. Nunn, James was "an attorney from Gallatin, Mississippi. He filled the office of Justice of the Peace at the time Somervell County was organized. He continued to serve more in the capacity of a County Judge until an election was held to name officials. Then, due to failing health, Fairly made no effort to seek the office of County Judge, but retired from public life. James S. Fairly was an early settler in Turner Bend who long continued to practice the hospitality of a South he had known prior to the Civil War."

1870 Census - TX, Hood County, PO Granberry, page 32, Sep 25, line 14, 267/270:

1870 Hopkins County, Texas
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1870 Houston County, Texas
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1870 Johnson County, Texas
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1870 Kaufman County, Texas
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1870 Lamar County, Texas
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1870 Leon County, Texas
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1870 Marion County, Texas
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1870 McLennan County, Texas
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1870 Nacogdoches County, Texas
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1870 Parker County, Texas
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1870 Polk County, Texas
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1870 Rusk County, Texas
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1870 Sabine County, Texas
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1870 Smith County, Texas
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1870 Tarrant County, Texas
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1870 Titus County, Texas
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1870 Upshur County, Texas
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1870 Uvalde County, Texas
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1870 Van Zandt County, Texas
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Russell Lowery (b. 1812) with his wife and the 4 youngest of 14 children. Russell lived until 1885, but I have, yet, to find him in the 1880 census.

1870 Census - TX, Van Zandt County, PO Canton, page 109/244, Sep 8, line 10, 777/895:

1870 Williamson County, Texas
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