Photo courtesy of Darrin Devault, See-Tennessee.com
Old Courthouse that burned. (All records were saved)
Contributed by Peggy Scott Holley
Carroll County is in West
Tennessee, one of the state's three "grand divisions."
The county was created in 1821 from the Chickasaw Indian Cession and is named in honor
of Governor William Carroll.
The county seat is Huntingdon.
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