Warren County

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Warren County is named for Joseph Warren, who was a general in the American revolutionary War and who was killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill.


Created:  December 19, 1793

County Seat: 

John McCormick Home    1793 – 1796

Sterling Gardner Home     1796 – 1797

Warrenton                         1797 – present


County Courthouse – Warrenton


Location:  100 Main Street / West Gibson Street

Built:  1910 – 1911

Style:  Neo-Classical Revival

Architect:  Walter Chamberlin of Knoxville, Tennessee

Contractor:  Falls City Construction Company of Louisville, Kentucky


Description:  The building faces north and is a two story red colored brick and concrete structure. The building has a large portico in the center with four large white columns rising to a header at the roof line. Vertical concrete bands are spaced along the north front. A wide white horizontal band runs below the eaves. On the center of the roof is a short octagonal dome with windows. The building was renovated in 1999 to 2000 with architects Britain, Thompson, Bray & Brown and the contractor was Two State Construction Company.


See:  The contractor Falls City Construction Company of Louisville, Kentucky


See:  National Register of Historic Places – Warren County Courthouse



N – Taliaferro Couny and Wilkes County

E – McDuffie County

S – Jefferson County and Glascock County

W – Hancock County

















Photos taken 2008