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The Mississippi territorial legislature created
Clarke County on 1812 Dec. 10. It was named for Gen. John Clarke of Georgia.
A county seat was not established until 1820, when it was located at Clarksville.
In 1831 the seat of government was moved to Grove Hill (previously known as
Magoffin's Store, Smithville and Macon). Clarke County is located in the southwestern
portion of the state at the juncture of the Alabama and Tombigbee rivers. It
encompasses 1,230 square miles. The county is a center of the state's timber
industry. Notable towns include Thomasville, Grove Hill and Jackson.