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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Carroll County Resources
Tennessee Vital Records Information (where to obtain vital records for each TN county, including birth, death, marriage records)
USGenWeb Carroll Co. TN Archives
Earley Penworks (items made from the old Pecan tree at Natchez Trace)
History and Topography of Carroll Co. TN
Carroll Co. Queries
Carroll Co. TN
Census Records On Line
Volunteers needed to transcribe more census records! Email me for more details!
Cemeteries on Line
Volunteer to Transcribe a Carroll Cemetery
Court Records and Deeds
7th Tennessee Calvary USA contact Peggy Scott Holley
Carroll Co. TN marriages 1860-1873 Tina Bradley
War Leaflets by Annie Cole Hawkins (A journal of the Civil War in McKenzie)
Unionists in Eastern West Tennessee (pdf format)
Civil War Soldiers, CSA & USA by Peggy Scott Holley
Carroll County News Leader, 163 Court Square, Huntingdon TN 38344 731 986 2253
McKenzie Banner, 3 Banner Row, McKenzie, TN 38201 731 352 3323
Huntingdon-Carroll County Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 726, Huntingdon TN 38343 Phone: 731-986-4664
Other TN Counties On Line
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