Warren County Probate Records
Pictured is the Bobbitt-Pendleton-Arrington house, built ca 1840 in Warrenton. Originally the home of carriage maker William Bobbitt, it was later the home of Victoria Louise Pendleton, an educator and then of her daughter, Katherine Pendleton Arrington. From 1926 to 1955, Mrs. Arrington was president of the North Carolina Art Society.
Warren county was formed in 1779 from the northern half of Bute County and was named after Joseph Warren of Massachusetts who was a General and physician who was killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill during the Revolutionary War. In 1881, parts of Warren, Franklin and Granville Counties were combined to form Vance County. The county seat is Warrenton.
Indexes to Deeds
- 1789 to 1791
- 1791 to 1794
- 1794 to 1796
- 1804 to 1809
- 1807 to 1810
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