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The county was formed in 1779
from the southwestern part of Craven County. It was named for Willie Jones, a
Revolutionary leader and president of the North Carolina Council of Safety; he
was later the state's chief opponent of ratification of the United States
Its county seat is Trenton.
The county is divided into seven townships:
White Oak, Pollocksville, Trenton, Cypress Creek, Tuckahoe, Chinquapin, Beaver
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