Welcome to the Carroll County TNGenWeb site
On these pages you will find free resources for your genealogy & family histories. I, Sheila Hopkins, am your county coordinator. Please let me know if I can aid you in your research. New material will be added on a regular basis so be sure to sign up for updates via email, subscribe to the RSS feed, or check back for new additions.
Carroll County is located in West Tennessee, one of the state’s Three Grand Divisions. It is approximately halfway between Nashville and Memphis. The Tennessee General Assembly created Carroll County on 7 November 1821 from the 19 October 1818 Great Chickasaw Cession. The county is named in honor of Governor William Carroll. The county seat is Huntingdon.