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In 1870, parts of Carroll, Choctaw, Tallahatchie, & Yalobusha Counties were taken to form Grenada County.
It was named after the Spanish province of Grenada. The county seat is also named Grenada.
Elliott -- Gore Springs -- Hardy -- Holcomb -- Le Flore -- Tie Plant
Calhoun -- Carroll -- Leflore -- Montgomery
-- Tallahatchie -- Webster - Yalobusha
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