Photos
Add Favorites
Description

Troup County Court Cases




Troup County, Georgia was established in 1826, the county name originated from Creek Cession of 1826. The county was named after George M. Troup (1780 – 1856), Governor of Georgia (1823 – 27); U.S. Senator. Troup County has a total area of 414 square miles, with a total population of 68468 residents (and a population density of 165.38 residents per square mile).

Amenities
Video
User Rating
2.0 Overall (1 review)
5
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
Write Review