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The Jeffersons is one of the longest-running sitcoms in history, the second-longest-running series with a primarily African American cast by episode count and the first to prominently feature a married interracial couple. Contents 1 Show 2 Series development 3 Synopsis 3.1 Cast changes 4 Cast 4.1 Main 4.2 Recurring 4.3 Notable guest appearances
Jefferson County is a county in the Coastal Plain or Gulf Prairie region of Southeast Texas. The Neches River forms its northeast boundary. As of the 2010 census , the population was 252,273. 
The Jefferson County School System is the second-largest public school system in Alabama, United States. It is the third oldest school system in Jefferson County preceded only by the Birmingham and Bessemer School Systems. The Jefferson County School System was created in 1896, and initially served all unincorporated communities and cities in ...
Thomas Jefferson was born on April 13, 1743 (April 2, 1743, Old Style, Julian calendar ), at the family home in Shadwell Plantation in the Colony of Virginia, the third of ten children. He was of English, and possibly Welsh, descent and was born a British subject.
Jenny Willis-Jefferson(portrayed by Berlinda Tolbert, except for her first appearance in All in the Family, when she was portrayed by Lynne Moody) is the only daughter of Helen and Tom Willis, the younger of their two children. Jenny is an intelligent person, finishing college with her boyfriend, Lionel Jefferson.
http://www.familylife.org/ The Family Life Networkis a Christian radio network simulcasting via FMstations across Westernand Central New York, as well as northern Pennsylvaniafrom flagship station WCIK. It is owned and operated by the larger Family Life Ministries of Bath, New York.
Jefferson Health - Northeastalso known as Aria-Jefferson Health(formerly called Frankford Health Systems, now part of Jefferson Health) is a healthcare system in Northeast Philadelphiaand Lower Bucks County. It consists of three hospitals and a number of outpatient clinics with a total of 855 beds.
In 1832, Polk moved his family to the vast Polk Rattle and Snap tract in Maury County, Tennessee, and constructed a massive Greek Revival home called Ashwood Hall. Polk was the largest slaveholder in the county in 1840, with 111 slaves. (By 1850, census records state that Polk owned 400 slave, but other estimates are as high as 1000.)