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Hardeman County was founded in 1823, formed from Hardin County and Indian Lands. The county seat is Bolivar. Located in West Tennessee, the county is part of the state’s Western Division. The county was named after Thomas Jones Hardeman (1788-1854).
The county seat of Hardeman County is Bolivar. Other communities in the county include Grand Junction, Hickory Valley, Hornsby, Middleton, Pocahontas, Saulsbury, Silerton, Toone and Whiteville. Hardeman county is bordered by Haywood, Madison, Chester, McNairy, Fayette, and the state of Mississippi.