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Carroll County, Tennessee

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  • Maj. Pleasant Stephen Henderson (1756 - 1842)
    He joined the Revolutionary Army in 1775. In 1779 he was a Lieutenant. At the close of the war he was a Major in Regiment of Cavalry under Colonel Malmalady. Pleasant Henderson, pioneer, soldier, a...
  • Dicy Anah Bratton (1835 - 1906)
    Marshall Mountain Wave - Feb 24, 1906 Mrs. James Bratton, of the Cove, was taken suddenly with a smothering spell Thursday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. G. Daniel, of this place, whom sh...
  • Jourdan Anderson Smith (1830 - 1911)
    Via the Oklahoma Historical Society:1475. Cliff Love Collection. - Photographs. - Box 1. PERSONS - J. A. SMITH OF BRYAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MARRIED NANCY LOVE OF THE CHICKASAW. SERVED AS CHICKASAW AGENT ...
  • Nathaniel Hale (1770 - 1843)
  • (CSA) William Thomas Hale (1847 - 1924)
    He was a Civil War solider, Company H 15th Missouri Cavalry. Gary Hale posted: Tom is buried with his second wife, Louisa Jane Gaddy Hale. His first wife, Hulda Paralee Williams, is buried in the High ...

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Carroll County, Tennessee.

Official Website

The county was established by the Tennessee General Assembly on November 7, 1821, and was named for Governor William Carroll.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

  • Atwood
  • Bruceton
  • Buena Vista
  • Cedar Grove
  • Clarksburg
  • Hollow Rock
  • Huntingdon (County Seat)
  • Lavinia
  • Leach
  • McKenzie (part)
  • McLemoresville
  • Trezevant
  • Westport
  • Yuma



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