Henry County Tennessee
- Paris City
- Cottage Grove Town
- Henry Town
- Puryear City
- HISTORIC SITES
- Charles M. White House
- E. K. Jernigan House
- H. L. Bruce House
- John L. Hagler House
- Judge John C. Sweeney House
- North Poplar Historic District
- Paris Commercial Historic District
- Porter House
- Thomas P. Jernigan House
- West Paris Historic District
Photo: Atkins-Jackson House, ca. 1846, Dresden Highway (Route 54), Paris, TN. Photographed by Jack Boucher, 1974, Historic American Buildings Survey [HABS TN-180], memory.loc.gov, accessed October, 2013.
Henry County Courthouse and administrative offices are located at 101 West Washington Street, Paris, TN 38242; phone: 731-642-5212.
The county was created in 1821 and named for Revolutionary War patriot Patrick Henry [1736-1799]. Three Tennessee governors came from Henry County: Isham Green Harris (elected 1859), James Davis Porter (elected 1874) and Thomas Clarke Rye (elected 1915).
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