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Graves County, 75th in order of formation, is located in the center of the Jackson Purchase on the Tennessee state line and is the largest county in that region. It is bordered
by Hickman, Carlisle, Marshall, McCracken and Calloway counties and has an area of 555 square miles. Established in 1824, it was named in honor of Major Benjamin F. Graves
of Virginia, who was a state legislator and a Fayette county soldier killed at the Battler of River Raisin in the War of 1812. Its county seat is Mayfield, Kentucky.
Population (2010): 37,121
Land Area: 555.59 Square Miles
Water Area: 0.87 Square Miles
Population Density: 66.81 people per square mile
Cost of Living Index: 81.2 (low, U.S. average is 100)