Troup County, GA
Troup County, Georgia's sixty-third, was established on the border of Alabama, along with four other counties, by an act of the state legislature in 1825 from lands ceded by the Creek people in the Treaty of Indian Springs. Georgia governor George Troup, for whom the county was named, signed an act organizing the former Creek Indian lands into counties.
Source: New Georgia Encyclopedia
Modern Day Adjacent Counties
Troup County is bordered by Coweta
Counties in Georgia as well as the Alabama Counties of Chambers