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Bute County was created from Granville County, North Carolina in 1764. A courthouse was erected in Buffalo Rice Path, 6 miles (10 km) southeast of modern Warrenton. Bute County ceased to exist in 1779 when it was divided into Franklin County and Warren County.[1][2]

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Sources

  1. "Bute County, North Carolina" in Counties of North Carolina at http://www.carolana.com/NC/Counties/bute_county_nc.html (accessed 1 January 2011).
  2. "North Carolina Time Line" in Kindred Roots Genealogical Society at http://www.kindredroots.com/NC/nc_counties.htm (accessed 1 January 2011).

Resources

Most records for Bute County can be found in the Warren County records.

  • Bute County NCGenWeb - contains many transcribed records; includes the Abstracts of Bute Co., NC Deed Books, by Mary Hinton Kerr, provided by permission of the late author's estate, not in the public domain but can be used for personal research only and not reproduced elsewhere.
  • USGenWeb Archives-Bute County
  • Colonial and State Records of North Carolina - searchable database that contains many records pertaining to Bute & other NC counties from the colonial era



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