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Warren County, Georgia
December 19, 1793 Warren County created
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Warren County, Georgia
  Joseph Warren
April 5, 1957 Tornadoes strike Lamar, Schley, Macon, Peach, Warren, Columbia, Colquitt, Ware, and Chatham counties, killing 2 and injuring 6, with more than a million dollars in damage.
  Colquitt County, Georgia
  Columbia County, Georgia
  Georgia Tornadoes
  Lamar County, Georgia
  Schley County, Georgia
  Macon County, Georgia
  Peach County, Georgia
  Warren County, Georgia
  Ware County, Georgia
  Chatham County, Georgia
April 17, 2005 Actor Chris Tucker (Rush Hour, The Fifth Element) is arrested for speeding on I-20 in Warren County following a brief chase. Tucker claimed he was on his way to church and did not realized the police were behind him. He was clocked doing 109mph in a 70 mph zone.
  Chris Tucker
  Warren County, Georgia


Name derivation:Named in honor of General Joseph Warren, Patriot leader who died during the battle of Breed's Hill (Bunker Hill)
Acquisition:
Taken from: Burke County, GA, Columbia County, GA, Richmond County, GA, Wilkes County, GA.
Counties created from: Glascock County, GA, Jefferson County, GA, McDuffie County, GA, Taliaferro County, GA
Cities: Warrenton (county seat)
Web sites:
City of Warrenton
Warren County, GA
National Register of Historic Places in Warren County, Georgia
Warren County, Georgia, links
Map of Warren County, Georgia

Courthouse, Warren County, Georgia





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