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County Information
Warren County was formed May 1, 1803, from Hamilton County.
It was named for Dr. Joseph Warren, a hero of the Revolution who sent Paul Revere on his famous ride and who died at the Battle of Bunker Hill.
The county seat is Lebanon.

On Little Miami River

The major rivers of the county are the Great Miami River, which flows through the northwest corner of the county in Franklin Township, and the Little Miami River which zig-zags across the county from north to south. There is one sizable lake, the Caesars Creek Reservoir, created by a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dam on Caesars Creek in the northeast part of the county in Massie Township.

Kings Island Theme Park is in this county, opening in 1972.

Cities
Franklin * Lebanon * Mason
Loveland (primarily in Clermont and Hamilton Counties)
Middletown (primarily in Butler County)
Monroe (primarily in Butler County)
Springboro (also in Montgomery)

Villages
Butlerville * Corwin * Harveysburg * Maineville *Morrow
Pleasant Plain * South Lebanon * Waynesville
Blanchester (primarily in Clinton County)
Carlisle (also in Montgomery County)

Census-designated places
Five Points * Hunter * Landen * Loveland Park

Townships
Clearcreek * Deerfield * Franklin * Hamilton * Harlan * Massie
Salem * Turtlecreek * Union * Washington * Wayne

Warren County Data

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Website Updates:
Feb 2014:  bios for OWENS,  FAIRCHILD, KELSEY
Nov 2013:  WAY obit
Sept 2013: 1840 Census of Pensioners; obit for PARKER
July 2013: obit for SCHENCK
Apr 2013: bio for POWERS
Jan 2013: obits for DONNALLY, BURROWES



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