Jewel Gibson has brought this to my attention today. The "long lost" 1850 Choctaw Co., MS Census for John & Sarah Warbington may be this one:
hh#376-376 John W["arb" or "ash"] ____38 MFarmerb. TNcannot read or write Sarah E(or C)3_ Fb. "cannot read or write Thomas15 Mb. Ala Elenaor14 Fb." Nancy12 Fb." Mary(8?) Fb. Miss Adaline5 Fb." John3 Mb." William4 Mb."
After rechecking the 1860 Choctaw Co., MS Census carefully, where the census taker has a very legible handwriting, I am confident that none of the "Washington" families present there (headed by 45 years old "Jeremiah," 38 years old "Thomas, " & 68 years old widower, "E.") are the same as the "John Wash_____" or "John Warb_____?" household found there in 1850.
If we superimpose the above 1850 census over John & Sarah's 1860 Laud. Co., MS one we would have this result:
Warbington, John, b. bet. 1811-1820 TN or AL Warbington, Sarah [E. or C.?],b.ca. 1811 AL or TN Warbington, Thomas Andrew, b. bet. 1834/1835 AL Warbington, Eleanor Elizabeth, b. ca. 1836/1837 AL Warbington, Sarah, b. ca. 1837 AL Warbington, Nancy Ann, b. bet 1838/1841 AL Warbington, Mary, b. 1842 AL or MS Warbington, William, b. 1843 MS Warbington, Permelia Adaline, b. 1845/1846 MS Warbington, John, b. bet, 1844/1848 MS
Then we add those born after 1860, for a complete list of their known children: Warbington, Lucinda J. "Alice", b. 1852 MS Warbington, George, b. 1854 MS Warbington, Emily Paralee, b. 17 Jun 1858 MS
O. K., folks we have it out there---whatever you can add, subtract or correct, please let us know.