Warren County was created in 1807 from a portion of White County, and named for Joseph Warren who lived from 1741 to 1775. Warren was a soldier in the American Revolution. The revised Tennessee State Constitution of 1834 stated that no new county could be within 12 miles of the county seat of the county from which it was formed. The county today has a total area of 434 square miles and a population count of 40,878 residents.
The county was created on May 1, 1803, from Hamilton County and is named for Joseph Warren. Warren was a hero of the Revolution who sent Paul Revere and William Dawes on their famous ride. Warren later died at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Warren county has a total area of 407 sqaure miles and also has a popluation count of 234,602 residents.
Warren County became the 23rd county of Kentucky in order of formation in 1796 from a section of Logan County. It was named after General Joseph Warren of the Revolutionary War. He is known or dispatching William Dawes and Paul Revere on their famous midnight ride to warn residents of the approaching British troops, he is also known for being a hero of the Battleof Bunker Hill. The county has a total area of 548 square miles with a population count of 113,792 residents.