Crockett County, located in the central part of West Tennessee, contains five incorporated towns: Alamo, Bells, Friendship, Gadsden and Maury City. Several other communities in the county are unincorporated: Fruitvale, Crockett Mills, Johnson Grove, Cairo, Walnut Hill, Perrys, Elizabeth, Old Field, Pond Creek, Lebanon, and Jettons. Through the Act of the General Assembly in 1871, Crockett County was created from portions of Haywood, Gibson and Madison Counties. This Act also specified that the county seat would be named Alamo for the site where the Tennessee frontiersman Davy Crockett died. Davy represented Tennessee in Congress from 1827 to 1831 and from 1833 to 1835.
Below you will find the Community Data Profiles for each of the incorporated cities in Crockett County.
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