I use "Heritage Quest" to research the census. It is available free through the St. Louis area Libraries or you can subscribe for a fee.
Iron County wasn't formed until 1857 (see Iron Co. genealogy website) so you won't find a 1850 census.
1860, Iron County MO, Union Twp.
family number 944, pg. 132:
Loyd, Albert age 35, farmer, b. NC
Loyd, Mary age 20, b. MO
Nearby, family #950:
Loyd, Wm age 34, b. TN
Emaline age 36, b. TN
Joseph D. age 16, b.TN
Cynthia A. age 15, b. TN
female name looks like "Commenmey" age, 14, b. TN
James M. age 10, b. MO
Rebecca age 9, b. MO
female looks like "Lavissae" age 5, b. MO
Tennessee age 2, b. MO
1870 Iron Co. MO, Ironton
Loyd, Andrew J. age 38, farmer, b.TN
Emily age 25, b. KY
James P. age 17, b. MO
Male looks like Jno F. age 7, b. MO
Wm (middle initial hard to make out) age 4, b. MO
nearby, family #29
Loyd, Sophia age 36, b. TN
Alfred age 8, b. MO
looks like "Almedia" age 1, b. MO
You might want to look at the Missouri Death Certificates which are on-line.
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