I've compared the George, John and William Voss data on the 1841 Territorial Census for Tallahatchie Mississippi to the 1850 Hopkins County, Texas census.
With the exception of the following points, there is excellent correlation.
In the 1841 census, George Voss' household includes a male aged 20 to 30 years.I do not find this man in the 1850 census, unless it is Eli Voss.
In the 1850 census, Eli Voss aged 25 years is enumerated with his wife, Francis.Eli Voss married Francis Hargrave 12 July 1848 in Hopkins County, Texas.
In the 1841 census, William Voss' household includes a male aged 30 to 40 years.I do not find this man in the 1850 census.
In the 1841 census, the George Voss household includes one female aged 5-10 years.Based on the 1850 census and other records, his household should have included two females aged 5-10 years (i.e., Narcissa J. Voss b. about 1834 and Mary Ann Voss b. about 1835).
If the 1841 census is correct, Narcissa Voss is not the daughter of George Voss, so who are her parents?In the 1841 census, none of the Voss households have an "extra" daughter that would explain Narcissa's correct parentage.
In the 1850 census, Narcissa J. Voss aged 16 years is enumerated with her husband, James C. McLaughlin aged 22 years.Narcissa J. Voss married James C. McLaughlin on 28 February 1850 in Hopkins County, Texas.
In the 1841 census, William Voss is aged 70 to 80 years.In the 1850 census, William Voss aged 72 years is enumerated with his wife , Elizabeth aged 70 years.