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The county is named for William Trousdale (1790-1872), Brigadier General in the Mexican War, Governor of Tennessee, 1849-1851, and U.S. Minister to Brazil, 1853-1857.
Farming, (largely tobacco), and livestock-raising characterize this largely rural area. It is the smallest county in Tennessee. The county seat is located in Hartsville, and other communities include Barthelia, Beech Grove, Cato, Gravel Hill, Halltown, Kings (Beasley's Bend), Providence, Puryears Bend, Shady Grove, Templow, Walnut Grove, and Willard.