Henry County is the name of ten counties in the United States of America:
- Henry County, Alabama
- Henry County, Georgia
- Henry County, Illinois
- Henry County, Indiana
- Henry County, Iowa
- Henry County, Kentucky
- Henry County, Missouri
- Henry County, Ohio
- Henry County, Tennessee
- Henry County, Virginia
All are named in honor of Patrick Henry, of Virginia, except Henry County, Iowa, which is named for General Henry Dodge.
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... Henry County is already home to the states largest sporting venue, Atlanta Motor Speedway ... Outside of Atlanta Motor Speedway the closest major sporting venue to Henry County is Turner Field home of the Atlanta Braves ... The proposed Arena would bring Atlanta sports teams to Henry County, along with the current development of a 4,000 seat multipurpose arena and a 10,000 ...
... Mercer has regional academic centers in Douglas County, Henry County, Eastman, and Newnan ... The Douglas County Regional Academic Center was named in 2007 in honor of Fred and Aileen Borrish ... benefactors of Mercer University and of education in Douglas County ...
... settlement in the old Sixth Militia District of Henry County ... The stagecoach stop was across the road from County Line Church ... Dutchtown School was one of 85 schools located in Henry County in the early 20th century but now is the only one left standing within a 25 mile radius ...
... Locust Grove is a city in Henry County, Georgia, United States ... One of Henry County's most important landmark buildings is the Locust Grove Institute (LGI), founded by The Locust Grove Baptist Church and Mercer University ... The Great Depression and the introduction of public schools in Henry County led to the demise of The Locust Grove Institute in May 1930 ...
Famous quotes containing the words county and/or henry:
“Jack: A politician, huh?
Editor: Oh, county treasurer or something like that.
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Editor: They say hes an honest man.”
—Robert Rossen (19081966)
“I have been to see Henry James, and like him very much. It was a great pleasure to meet him. It makes humanity seem more erect and respectable. I never was more kindly and faithfully catechised. It made me respect myself more to be thought worthy of such wise questions.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)