First Timer: Help identify chicks

ImaCLinTX

In the Brooder
Mar 26, 2018
9
6
19
North Texas
I bought 2 batches of chicks (all hatched 3/1-3/5): 1) local feed store pullets - 2 dominique, 2 gold sex link and 2 Easter Eggers (look totally different one yellow and one light brown); 2) Tractor Supply pullets claim to be 2 brown Sussex and 2 black Sussex. Now I am told it's 96% accurate on being pullets but I already think one of my Doms is developing rather quickly and he/she was almost grey before starting to feather while other is more black. I have also been told there are no such thing as black sussex so what are the black chicks I bought? I would love help if anyone can determine the sex and type of chicks I have. I can probably keep a Roo but sure hope there is only one in the bunch. Pictures: 2 doms side by side, group: L to R GSL, 2 EE, Blk Sussex, 2 Dom (back to back, other GSL (hiding and the smallest), other Blk Sussex and one of the brown sussex out front (other not pictured)? Correct - thoughts?
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You have a pair of Dominque's, the lighter one is the cockerel. Rest I can't make out from these pictures. Individual, full body, numbered pics of chicks works best...Standing broadside.
 

ImaCLinTX

In the Brooder
Mar 26, 2018
9
6
19
North Texas
You have a pair of Dominque's, the lighter one is the cockerel. Rest I can't make out from these pictures. Individual, full body, numbered pics of chicks works best...Standing broadside.
Let me try this again with better pics:
First, the supposed Black Sussex 1 - side & face then 2 side & face
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BS 2.1.jpg
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Now the Gold Sex Link? 1 & 2 (little)
GSL 1.1.jpg
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GSL 2.1.jpg
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Now Easter Eggers?
EE 1.1.jpg
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EE 2.1.jpg
EE 2.2.jpg

Now Brown Sussex?
Br Sus 1.1.jpg
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Br Sus 2.1.jpg
Br Sus 2.2.jpg

Last, but not least, the Dominiques (I have been thinking the lighter one was a roo, darn it all) Please don't let any others be. THEY SAID 95% accurate on pullets!
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