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Warren County became the 23rd county of Kentucky
on December 14, 1796, from a section of Logan County. It was named after
General Joseph Warren of the Revolutionary War. He dispatched
William Dawes and Paul Revere on their famous midnight ride to
warn residents of the approaching British troops. He was also
a hero of the Battle of Bunker Hill.
A courthouse fire destroyed some records in 1864.
The county seat is Bowling Green.
Cities and Towns
* Bowling Green * Oakland * Plum Springs * Smiths Grove
* Woodburn * Rockfield * Richpond * Plano
|Church Histories / Records||County Records|
|Death Records||Family Bibles|
|History Topics||Marriage Records|
|Military Records||Miscellaneous Data|
|Newspaper Gleanings||Obituaries and Death Notices|
|School Records||Wills/Probate Records|
| Website Updates:
July 2016 Biographies
Apr 2016 Work Hay Bible;
Feb 2016: obit for DRAKE; List of Cemeteries
William Kirby & R. H. Vance Bios
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