OK, tonight I'm gettng the full version of the 1880 census:
Categories: Name; Relationship to head of household; Marital Status; Gender; Race; Age; Birthplace; Occupation; Father's Birthplace; Mother's Birthplace.
John E. HISESelfMMaleW58TNFarmerNCNC Rebecha A. HISEWifeMFemaleW54TNKeeping HouseTNNC William M. HISESonSMaleW28TNTeachin SchoolTNTN George W. HISESonSMaleW20TNFarm LaborTNTN Jefferson D. HISESonSMaleW18TNFarm LaborTNTN Nancy HISEDauSFemaleW16TNNo ImploymentTNTN Esquire R. HISESonSMaleW14TNNo ImploymentTNTN Mosinsry HAKERSMITDauMFemaleW35TNBoardingTNTN John Wm. HAKERSMITGSonSMaleW12TNFarm LaborTNTN Thomas J. HAKERSMITGSonSMaleW10TNFarm LaborTNTN Sarah HISEDauLWFemaleW35TNBoardingTNTN Rebecha A. HISEDauSFemaleW8TNTNTN John I. HISESonSMaleW5TNTNTN Mattie Lee HISEDauSFemaleW2TNTNTN
Just as I thought Mosinry Hakersmit is a daughter.I think since Sarah Hise is a DauL (dau-in-law) and widowed, those children listed after her name are her children, not those of John E. and his wife.
I don't know, but I would do some checking on that John Wesley Hice, because the only Hice I found in the Mt Zion Cemetery was Steve Hice.Check the queries, especially the ones submitted about a family reunion.Be sure to post your own query, too.(^_^)