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The county was formed in 1789 from Surry County. It was named for John Stokes, an American Revolutionary War captain.
After the war, Captain Stokes was appointed a judge of the United States district court for North Carolina.
The County seat is Danbury.
The Sauratown Mountains cut through Stokes County which is otherwise gently rolling piedmont hills.
Towns, Villages and Census-Designated Places
Danbury * King * Walnut Cove *
Germanton * Pinnacle *
Aarons Corner * Asbury * Boyles Chapel * Brook Cove * Brown Mountain * Campbell * Capella * Ceramic * Chestnut Grove * Collinstown * Dalton * Delta * Dillard * Dodgetown * Flat Rock * Flat Shoals * Francisco * Gap * Hartman * Lawsonville * Meadows * Moores Springs * Mountain View * Mount Olive * Neatman * Oak Ridge * Pine Hall * Poplar Springs * Prestonville * Quaker Gap * Rosebud * Sandy Ridge * Volunteer * Westfield
Stokes County Online Data