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List of counties in Mississippi

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Counties of Mississippi
LocationState of Mississippi
PopulationsGreatest: 245,285 (Hinds)
Least: 1,406 (Issaquena)
Average: 36,448 (2016)
AreasLargest: 920 square miles (2,400 km2) (Yazoo)
Smallest: 400 square miles (1,000 km2) (Alcorn)
Average: 591 square miles (1,530 km2)

There are 82 counties in the U.S. state of Mississippi.

Mississippi's postal abbreviation is MS and its FIPS state code is 28.

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FIPS code[1] County seat[2] Smithsonian Trinomial
Est.[4] Origin Etymology Population[2] Area[4] Map
Adams County 001 Natchez AD 1799 One of two original counties John Adams, second U.S. President 32,297 460 sq mi
(1,191 km2)
State map highlighting Adams County
Alcorn County 003 Corinth AL 1870 Formed from Tippiah and Tishomingo Counties James L. Alcorn, Reconstruction-era U.S. Senator from Mississippi 37,057 400 sq mi
(1,036 km2)
State map highlighting Alcorn County
Amite County 005 Liberty AM 1809 Formed from Wilkinson County Amite River 13,131 730 sq mi
(1,891 km2)
State map highlighting Amite County
Attala County 007 Kosciusko AT 1833 Formed from Madison County A fictional Native American heroine from an early 19th-century novel by François-René de Chateaubriand. 19,564 735 sq mi
(1,904 km2)
State map highlighting Attala County
Benton County 009 Ashland BE 1870 Formed from Marshall and Tippah Counties Thomas Hart Benton, U.S. Senator from Missouri and prominent westward expansion advocate 8,729 407 sq mi
(1,054 km2)
State map highlighting Benton County
Bolivar County 011 Cleveland,
BO 1836 Formed from Tallahatchie and Washington Counties Simon Bolivar, South American democratic revolutionary 34,145 876 sq mi
(2,269 km2)
State map highlighting Bolivar County
Calhoun County 013 Pittsboro CN 1852 Formed from Chickasaw, Lafayette and Yalobusha Counties John C. Calhoun, U.S. Senator from South Carolina and prominent supporter of states' rights 14,962 587 sq mi
(1,520 km2)
State map highlighting Calhoun County
Carroll County 015 Vaiden,
CA 1833 Formed from Lowndes, Monroe, Washington and Yazoo Counties Charles Carroll, last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence 10,597 628 sq mi
(1,627 km2)
State map highlighting Carroll County
Chickasaw County 017 Houston,
CS 1836 Formed from Monroe County and Un-Organized Chickasaw Native Americans 17,392 502 sq mi
(1,300 km2)
State map highlighting Chickasaw County
Choctaw County 019 Ackerman CH 1833 Formed from Lowndes, Madison, Monroe and Yazoo Counties Choctaw Native Americans 8,547 419 sq mi
(1,085 km2)
State map highlighting Choctaw County
Claiborne County 021 Port Gibson CB 1802 Formed from Jefferson (Pickering) County William C. C. Claiborne, Governor of the Mississippi Territory 9,604 487 sq mi
(1,261 km2)
State map highlighting Claiborne County
Clarke County 023 Quitman CK 1833 Formed from Wayne County Joshua G. Clark, the first elected judge following admittance to the Union 16,732 691 sq mi
(1,790 km2)
State map highlighting Clarke County
Clay County 025 West Point CL 1871 Formed from Chickasaw, Lowndes, Monroe and Oktibbeha Counties (formerly (Colfax County) Henry Clay, U.S. Senator from Kentucky and giant of 19th century politics 20,634 409 sq mi
(1,059 km2)
State map highlighting Clay County
Coahoma County 027 Clarksdale CO 1836 Formed from Un-Organized derives from Native American word meaning "red panther"[5] 26,151 554 sq mi
(1,435 km2)
State map highlighting Coahoma County
Copiah County 029 Hazlehurst CP 1823 Formed from Franklin and Hinds Counties derives from Native American word meaning "calling panther"[5] 29,449 777 sq mi
(2,012 km2)
State map highlighting Copiah County
Covington County 031 Collins CV 1819 Formed from Lawrence and Wayne Counties Leonard Covington, War of 1812 general 19,568 414 sq mi
(1,072 km2)
State map highlighting Covington County
DeSoto County 033 Hernando DS 1836 Formed from Monroe and Washington Counties Hernando de Soto, Spanish explorer of the Americas 161,252 478 sq mi
(1,238 km2)
State map highlighting DeSoto County
Forrest County 035 Hattiesburg FO 1906 Formed from Perry County Nathan B. Forrest, Confederate general 74,934 467 sq mi
(1,210 km2)
State map highlighting Forrest County
Franklin County 037 Meadville FR 1809 Formed from Adams County Benjamin Franklin, writer, orator, publisher, and U.S. founding father 8,118 565 sq mi
(1,463 km2)
State map highlighting Franklin County
George County 039 Lucedale GE 1910 Formed from Greene and Jackson Counties James Z. George, U.S. Senator from Mississippi 22,578 478 sq mi
(1,238 km2)
State map highlighting George County
Greene County 041 Leakesville GN 1811 Formed from Wayne County Nathanael Greene, American Revolutionary War general 14,400 713 sq mi
(1,847 km2)
State map highlighting Greene County
Grenada County 043 Grenada GR 1870 Formed from Carroll, Choctaw, Tallahatchie and Yalobusha Counties Spanish province of Granada (spelling variation) 21,906 422 sq mi
(1,093 km2)
State map highlighting Grenada County
Hancock County 045 Bay Saint Louis HA 1812 Formed from Un-Organized John Hancock, first signer of the Declaration of Independence 43,929 477 sq mi
(1,235 km2)
State map highlighting Hancock County
Harrison County 047 Gulfport,
HR 1841 Formed from Hancock County William Henry Harrison, ninth U.S. President 187,105 581 sq mi
(1,505 km2)
State map highlighting Harrison County
Hinds County 049 Jackson,
HI 1821 Formed from Un-Organized (Choctaw Cession of 1820) Thomas Hinds, War of 1812 general 245,285 869 sq mi
(2,251 km2)
State map highlighting Hinds County
Holmes County 051 Lexington HO 1833 Formed from Yazoo County David Holmes, first Governor of Mississippi 19,198 756 sq mi
(1,958 km2)
State map highlighting Holmes County
Humphreys County 053 Belzoni HU 1918 Formed from Holmes, Sunflower, Washington and Yazoo Counties Benjamin G. Humphreys, Reconstruction-era Governor of Mississippi 9,375 418 sq mi
(1,083 km2)
State map highlighting Humphreys County
Issaquena County 055 Mayersville IS 1844 Formed from Washington County Choctaw word meaning "Deer River"[5] 1,406 413 sq mi
(1,070 km2)
State map highlighting Issaquena County
Itawamba County 057 Fulton IT 1836 Formed from Monroe County Itawamba, Chickasaw chief 23,401 532 sq mi
(1,378 km2)
State map highlighting Itawamba County
Jackson County 059 Pascagoula JA 1812 Formed from Un-Organized Andrew Jackson, War of 1812 hero and seventh U.S. President 139,668 727 sq mi
(1,883 km2)
State map highlighting Jackson County
Jasper County 061 Bay Springs,
JS 1833 Formed from Jones and Wayne Counties William Jasper, Revolutionary War sergeant 17,062 676 sq mi
(1,751 km2)
State map highlighting Jasper County
Jefferson County 063 Fayette JE 1799 One of two original Counties (formerly Pickering) Thomas Jefferson, third U.S. President and principal author of the Declaration of Independence 7,726 519 sq mi
(1,344 km2)
State map highlighting Jefferson County
Jefferson Davis County 065 Prentiss JD 1906 Formed from Covington and Lawrence Counties Jefferson Davis, C.S. President 12,487 408 sq mi
(1,057 km2)
State map highlighting Jefferson Davis County
Jones County 067 Laurel,
JO 1826 Formed from Covington and Wayne Counties (formerly Davis (1865-1869 (Civil War)) John Paul Jones, Revolutionary War naval captain 67,761 694 sq mi
(1,797 km2)
State map highlighting Jones County
Kemper County 069 De Kalb KE 1833 Formed from Lowndes, Rankin and Wayne Counties Reuben Kemper, American pioneer and revolutionary in Spanish Florida 10,456 766 sq mi
(1,984 km2)
State map highlighting Kemper County
Lafayette County 071 Oxford LA 1836 Formed from Monroe County Marquis de la Fayette, French-born Revolutionary War general 47,351 631 sq mi
(1,634 km2)
State map highlighting Lafayette County
Lamar County 073 Purvis LM 1904 Formed from Marion and Pearl River Counties Lucius Q. C. Lamar, U.S. Senator from Mississippi and United States Secretary of the Interior 55,658 497 sq mi
(1,287 km2)
State map highlighting Lamar County
Lauderdale County 075 Meridian LD 1833 Formed from Rankin and Wayne Counties James Lauderdale, War of 1812 colonel 80,261 704 sq mi
(1,823 km2)
State map highlighting Lauderdale County
Lawrence County 077 Monticello LW 1814 Formed from Marion County James Lawrence, War of 1812 naval captain 12,929 431 sq mi
(1,116 km2)
State map highlighting Lawrence County
Leake County 079 Carthage LK 1833 Formed from Madison and Rankin Counties Walter Leake, Governor of Mississippi 23,805 583 sq mi
(1,510 km2)
State map highlighting Leake County
Lee County 081 Tupelo LE 1866 Formed from Itawamba and Pontotoc Counties Robert E. Lee, General in Chief of the Armies of the Confederate States 82,910 450 sq mi
(1,165 km2)
State map highlighting Lee County
Leflore County 083 Greenwood LF 1871 Formed from Carroll and Sunflower Counties Greenwood LeFlore, mixed-race advocate of citizenship for Native Americans and U.S. Senator from Mississippi 32,317 592 sq mi
(1,533 km2)
State map highlighting Leflore County
Lincoln County 085 Brookhaven LI 1870 Formed from Amite, Copiah, Franklin, Lawrence and Pike Counties Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth U.S. President 34,869 586 sq mi
(1,518 km2)
State map highlighting Lincoln County
Lowndes County 087 Columbus LO 1830 Formed from Monroe County and Un-Organized William Jones Lowndes, U.S. Representative from South Carolina 59,779 502 sq mi
(1,300 km2)
State map highlighting Lowndes County
Madison County 089 Canton MD 1828 Formed from Yazoo County James Madison, fourth U.S. President 95,203 719 sq mi
(1,862 km2)
State map highlighting Madison County
Marion County 091 Columbia MA 1811 Formed from Amite, Franklin and Wayne Counties Francis Marion, Revolutionary War general 27,088 542 sq mi
(1,404 km2)
State map highlighting Marion County
Marshall County 093 Holly Springs MR 1836 Formed from Monroe County John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States who shaped the Supreme Court's power 37,144 706 sq mi
(1,829 km2)
State map highlighting Marshall County
Monroe County 095 Aberdeen MO 1821 Formed from Un-Organized (Chickasaw Cession of 1816) James Monroe, fifth U.S. President 36,989 764 sq mi
(1,979 km2)
State map highlighting Monroe County
Montgomery County 097 Winona MT 1871 Formed from Carroll and Choctaw Counties Richard Montgomery, Revolutionary War general 10,925 407 sq mi
(1,054 km2)
State map highlighting Montgomery County
Neshoba County 099 Philadelphia NE 1833 Formed from Jones, Madison, Rankin and Wayne Counties Choctaw word for "gray wolf"[5] 29,676 570 sq mi
(1,476 km2)
State map highlighting Neshoba County
Newton County 101 Decatur NW 1836 Formed from Neshoba County Isaac Newton, English scientist 21,720 578 sq mi
(1,497 km2)
State map highlighting Newton County
Noxubee County 103 Macon NO 1833 Formed from Lowndes and Rankin Counties Native American for "stinking water" 11,545 695 sq mi
(1,800 km2)
State map highlighting Noxubee County
Oktibbeha County 105 Starkville OK 1833 Formed from Lowndes County Native American word for "bloody water" 47,671 458 sq mi
(1,186 km2)
State map highlighting Oktibbeha County
Panola County 107 Batesville,
PA 1836 Formed from Monroe and Washington Counties Native American for "cotton" 34,707 684 sq mi
(1,772 km2)
State map highlighting Panola County
Pearl River County 109 Poplarville PR 1890 Formed from Hancock and Marion Counties Pearl River 55,834 812 sq mi
(2,103 km2)
State map highlighting Pearl River County
Perry County 111 New Augusta PE 1820 Formed from Greene County Oliver Hazard Perry, War of 1812 naval captain 12,250 647 sq mi
(1,676 km2)
State map highlighting Perry County
Pike County 113 Magnolia PI 1815 Formed from Marion County Zebulon Pike, western explorer 40,404 409 sq mi
(1,059 km2)
State map highlighting Pike County
Pontotoc County 115 Pontotoc PO 1836 Formed from Monroe County Native American for "land of hanging grapes" 29,957 497 sq mi
(1,287 km2)
State map highlighting Pontotoc County
Prentiss County 117 Booneville PS 1870 Formed from Itawamba and Tishomingo Counties Seargent Smith Prentiss, U.S. Representative from Mississippi 25,276 415 sq mi
(1,075 km2)
State map highlighting Prentiss County
Quitman County 119 Marks QU 1877 Formed from Coahoma, Panola, Tallahatchie and Tunica Counties John A. Quitman, Governor of Mississippi 8,223 405 sq mi
(1,049 km2)
State map highlighting Quitman County
Rankin County 121 Brandon RA 1828 Formed from Hinds County Christopher Rankin, U.S. Representative from Mississippi 141,617 775 sq mi
(2,007 km2)
State map highlighting Rankin County
Scott County 123 Forest SC 1833 Formed from Covington, Jones and Rankin Counties Abram M. Scott, Governor of Mississippi 28,264 609 sq mi
(1,577 km2)
State map highlighting Scott County
Sharkey County 125 Rolling Fork SH 1876 Formed from Issaquena, Warren and Washington Counties William L. Sharkey, Mississippi Supreme Court justice 4,916 428 sq mi
(1,109 km2)
State map highlighting Sharkey County
Simpson County 127 Mendenhall SI 1824 Formed from Copiah County Josiah Simpson, first federal judge appointed in the state 27,503 589 sq mi
(1,526 km2)
State map highlighting Simpson County
Smith County 129 Raleigh SM 1833 Formed from Covington, Jones and Rankin Counties David Smith, Revolutionary War major 16,491 636 sq mi
(1,647 km2)
State map highlighting Smith County
Stone County 131 Wiggins ST 1916 Formed from Harrison County John M. Stone, Governor of Mississippi 17,786 445 sq mi
(1,153 km2)
State map highlighting Stone County
Sunflower County 133 Indianola SU 1844 Formed from Bolivar County Sunflower River 29,450 694 sq mi
(1,797 km2)
State map highlighting Sunflower County
Tallahatchie County 135 Charleston,
TL 1833 Formed from Washington and Yazoo Counties Tallahatchie River 15,378 644 sq mi
(1,668 km2)
State map highlighting Tallahatchie County
Tate County 137 Senatobia TA 1873 Formed from DeSoto and Marshall Counties Thomas Simpson Tate, the county's original settler 28,886 404 sq mi
(1,046 km2)
State map highlighting Tate County
Tippah County 139 Ripley TI 1836 Formed from Monroe County Native American word for "cut off" 22,232 458 sq mi
(1,186 km2)
State map highlighting Tippah County
Tishomingo County 141 Iuka TS 1836 Formed from Monroe County Chief Tishomingo, Chickasaw leader 19,593 424 sq mi
(1,098 km2)
State map highlighting Tishomingo County
Tunica County 143 Tunica TU 1836 Formed from Washington County and Un-Organized Tunica Native Americans 10,778 455 sq mi
(1,178 km2)
State map highlighting Tunica County
Union County 145 New Albany UN 1870 Formed from Lee, Pontotoc and Tippah Counties Reunion of Confederacy with the United States 27,134 416 sq mi
(1,077 km2)
State map highlighting Union County
Walthall County 147 Tylertown WL 1912 Formed from Marion and Pike Counties Edward Walthall, U.S. Senator from Mississippi 15,443 404 sq mi
(1,046 km2)
State map highlighting Walthall County
Warren County 149 Vicksburg WR 1809 Formed from Claiborne County Joseph Warren, Revolutionary War general 48,773 587 sq mi
(1,520 km2)
State map highlighting Warren County
Washington County 151 Greenville WS 1827 Formed from Warren and Yazoo Counties George Washington, first U.S. President 51,137 724 sq mi
(1,875 km2)
State map highlighting Washington County
Wayne County 153 Waynesboro WA 1809 Formed from Washington County (AL) Anthony Wayne, Revolutionary War general 20,747 810 sq mi
(2,098 km2)
State map highlighting Wayne County
Webster County 155 Walthall WE 1874 Formed from Chickasaw, Choctaw and Montegomery Counties (formerly Sumner County) Daniel Webster, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts and giant of Nineteenth Century politics 10,253 423 sq mi
(1,096 km2)
State map highlighting Webster County
Wilkinson County 157 Woodville WK 1802 Formed from Adams County James Wilkinson, Revolutionary War general 9,878 677 sq mi
(1,753 km2)
State map highlighting Wilkinson County
Winston County 159 Louisville WI 1833 Formed from Lowndes, Rankin, and Wayne Counties Louis Winston, Mississippi Supreme Court justice 19,198 607 sq mi
(1,572 km2)
State map highlighting Winston County
Yalobusha County 161 Water Valley,
YA 1833 Formed from Monroe, Washington and Yazoo Counties Native American for "tadpole place" 12,678 467 sq mi
(1,210 km2)
State map highlighting Yalobusha County
Yazoo County 163 Yazoo City YZ 1823 Formed from Hinds County Yazoo Native Americans 28,065 920 sq mi
(2,383 km2)
State map highlighting Yazoo County


  1. ^ "EPA County FIPS Code Listing". Retrieved February 23, 2008.
  2. ^ a b Bureau of the Census, USA. "GeoHive - USA, Mississippi state population statistics". Archived from the original on April 7, 2011. Retrieved April 7, 2011.
  3. ^ Mississippi Department of Archives and History.[full citation needed]
  4. ^ a b National Association of Counties. "NACo - Find a county". Archived from the original on October 25, 2007. Retrieved April 30, 2008.
  5. ^ a b c d Baca, Keith A. (2007). Native American Place Names in Mississippi. University Press of Mississippi. p. 130. ISBN 978-1-60473-483-6.

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