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Warren County, North Carolina

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Profiles

  • Nathan Mathis (c.1783 - d.)
    Updated 12/23/2023 (CLM): Note: I know this is choppy but I will keep this information as is , and may be someone will finally find Nathan.There are many Nathan Mathis' and to pin down one is difficu...
  • Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/3218150/james-battle-rivers
    William Cannon Rivers (1866 - 1943)
    War I veteran appointed officer from TN Stationed at Ft. Allen, Vt, Camp Shelby, Mississippi, Camp Merritt, NJ and France Overseas 4-23-18 to 4-2-19 Awarded DSM and Fr C de G.Taken from the Williamson ...
  • Alfred Harris Frazier (1862 - 1946)
  • Bessie Sarissa Brewer (1852 - 1936)
    Daughter of Eli Felt and Olive Talcott Married Samuel Wait Brewer on January 27, 1880 in Warren County, North Carolina Their children: Talcott Wait Brewer and Lulu Olive Brewer Vaughan North Ca...
  • Samuel Wait Brewer (1851 - 1918)
    Married Bessie Sarissa Felt on January 27, 1880 in Warren County, North Carolina Their children: Talcott Wait Brewer and Lulu Olive Brewer Vaughan Occupation: merchant; later, Commissioner of Merch...

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Official Website

The county was formed in 1779. It was named for Joseph Warren of Massachusetts, a physician and general in the American Revolutionary War who was killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Developed as a tobacco and cotton farming area, its county seat of Warrenton became a center of commerce and was one of the wealthiest towns in the state from 1840 to 1860. In the later nineteenth century, the county developed textile mills.

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Links

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places