Confederate Monument, Warrenton
This monument to the confederate soldiers is located on the Warren Court House Square. The monument is a stone obelisk with a plaque on the bottom dedicating it to Confederate soldiers. On top of the obelisk is an older bearded confederate soldier holding a gun.
Front: ERECTED TO THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF WARREN COUNTY, 1861-1865 / NO BRAVER BLED / FOR BETTER LAND / NOR BETTER LAND / HAD CAUSE SO GRAND / LORD GOD OF HOSTS / BE WITH US YET. / LEST WE FORGET! / LEST WE FORGET! / OUR HEROES
October 27, 1913
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"Court House and Confederate Monument, Warrenton, North Carolina" in Durwood Barbour Collection of North Carolina Postcards (P077), North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, Wilson Library, UNC-Chapel Hill Link
"To the Confederate Soliders of Warren County," Waymarking.com, (accessed January 19, 2012) Link
"Warrenton Monument to Confederate Dead," Warren Record (Warrenton, NC), August 7, 1903, 4 Link
Emmanuel Episcopal Church. 20 April 1861 Sunrise Service Centennial, (Warrenton, NC: Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 1961), (accessed February 8, 2012) Link
United Daughters of the Confederacy, North Carolina Division. Minutes of the Eighteenth Annual Convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy North Carolina Division, Held at Raleigh, North Carolina, October 14, 15, 16, 1914 (Goldsboro, N.C.: Nash Bros. Printers and Binders, 1914), 100, (accessed September 6, 2012) Link
Stone and bronze
This monument was constructed by the Warren Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy and Sons of Warren.
This monument is located in front of the Warren County courthouse on the square.