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Byhalia was first occupied by the Chickasaw Native Americans. Later, in 1938, the city of Byhalia was founded. It got its name from a creek that the Native Americans called “Daiyiilah”, which means “White Oak”. The English spelling of that creek is Bihalee, and that is how the city became “Byhalia.” This small town was slow to grow due to neighboring cities growing faster because of the railroad. Byhalia has remained a small town to this day. The city has a rich history with some of the buildings in its quaint downtown area dating as far back as 1884. Unfortunately, a fire in 1970 damaged much of downtown.
Byhalia is part of Marshall county. The city is located about 29 miles southeast of Memphis, TN. It has a land area of 7.19 square miles and a population of just 1,302 people. The city’s median home value is $107,000, and the median rent is $522.
Part of the Marshall County School District, Byhalia has one elementary school, one middle school and one high school. The city is served by the Byhalia Library. Two parks that you should be sure to check out are the Fairview Community Park and Byhalia Creek Farms. The town’s downtown is also a staple part of the small community.