Humphreys County was established in 1811 from parts of Stewart County and its county seat is Waverly. Throughout its history, Humphreys County has been a fertile agricultural land and has the three major waterways-the Tennessee river and the Duck and Buffalo rivers. In addition to the water transportation routes, the county has the Louisville and Nashville Railroad that directly connected the county seat of Waverly to Nashville. For more information regarding Humphreys County, please go to the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture website.
|Farm Name||County||Date Founded||Special Recognition|
|Page Place Farm||Humphreys||1814|
|Pleasant Oaks Farm||Humphreys||1853|
|The Wilbert & Annie Enochs Farm||Humphreys||1911|