Warren County

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Warren County is named for Joseph Warren, who was a doctor and soldier and who served as chief executive of the revolutionary Massachusetts government during the American Revolutionary War.


Created:  March 12, 1800

County Seat:

Warren  1800 – present


County Courthouse – Warren 


Location:  204 4th Avenue / Market Street

Built:  1876 – 1877

Style:  Italian Renaissance

Architect:  Milton Earl Beebe of Buffalo, New York

Contractor:  J P Marston of Maine


Description:  The building faces south and is a two story red colored brick and stone structure. The south front has a projecting center section with two arches framed with stone. Above are two large arched windows with pediment at the roof line. Behind the pediment is a large clock tower with cupola and Lady Justice at the top.  The southwest and southeast corners have square towers with mansard roofs. On the east and west sides are central smaller pediments and mansard towers on the northwest and northeast corners. Additions were made in 1916, 1925 and 1978 to the north. In 1925 the central section was built. The architect was Edward A Phillips. On the west side of the building is the old Sheriff’s Residence.


See:  The architect, Milton Earl Beebe of Buffalo, New York, also designed courthouses in Minnesota in Hubbard County and in Pennsylvania in Cambria CountyHuntingdon County and Schuylkill County.



N – Chautauqua County, New York and Cattaraugus County, New York

E – McKean County

S – Forest County and Venango County

W – Crawford County and Erie County


























Photos taken 2011