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1830 Carter County Census near Hart Family


Teter Nave

Alexander Lacey      
James Williams      
Glubman Justice      
Angus McIntosh      
Sarah Justice      
Jacob Miller      
Alexander Morton      
George Pearce      
Zachariah Campbell      
Elisha Campbell      
Daniel Campbell      
Isaac Campbell      
George Smith      
Daniel Smith      
Ezekiel Smith      
Zacheriah Cole      
Silas Hilton      
Bayless Miller      
Valentine Bowers      
Alfred W. Taylor      
Samuel A. Ervin      
Abraham Nave, Jr.      
William Lion      
Pleasant Williams      
Abraham Row      
Anderson Hite      
Leonard Hart, Sr.      
Leonard Hart, Jr.      
John Clivis      
Benjamin Hyder, Jr.      
John Fletcher      
James L. Bradley      
David C. Moody      
George W. Greenway      
George Lacey      
James I. Tipton      
Henry H. Ware      
Moses Blevins      
Abner McLeod      
John Scott      
John Rollins      
Samuel Drake      
Godfrey Nave son of John Nave    
Archibald Williams      
Isaac Tipton, Jr.      
John C. Helms      
Truman Hilton      
John Hathaway      
William Estep      
James Edens      
Nathaniel Edens      
Mark Lacey      

Carter County, Tennessee was organized from Washington County on April 9, 1796. Elizabethton is the county seat.











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