Thanks for the census info. In the 1800 census it lists a male age 26-45 and in the 1820 census it lists a male age 45+. However, there is no male listed in the 1810 census in either of those age groups. What happened in the 1810 time period that the 26-45 male was absent and then a male 45+ suddenly appears in the 1820 census?
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