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The county was created in 1807 when the citizens of Rutherford County living south of the Duck River and the Stones River successfully petitioned the governor to split Rutherford County in two. The new county was named after American Revolutionary War officer and large landowner in the area, Thomas Bedford.
The county seat is Shelbyville
Towns and Other Populated Places
Towns: Bell Buckle ~ Normandy ~ Wartrace
Census-designated place: Unionville
Branchville ~ Center Grove ~ Cortner's Station ~ Fairfield ~ Fall Creek ~ Flat Creek ~ Haley's Station ~
Hawthorne ~ Mount Harmond ~ Palmetto ~ Pleasant Grove ~ Poplin's Crossroads ~ Richmond ~ Roseville ~ Rover
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