Did you know that Tallahatchie County has 2 County seats? Yes they are, Charleston, and Sumner. Mississippi are the county seats.Tillatoba was a county seat for a while, but in 1837 the Board of Police found it necessary to abandon Tillatoba and seek another location. Charleston goes back much farther than 1837.The land around the Charleston area was opened for settlement in 1833. Information page 668 Hometown Mississippi, James Brieger
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