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ⓘ Franklin County, North Carolina. The county was made in 1779 from the southern half of Bute County. It was named for Benjamin Franklin. In 1881, parts of Frankl ..




Franklin County, North Carolina
                                     

ⓘ Franklin County, North Carolina

The county was made in 1779 from the southern half of Bute County. It was named for Benjamin Franklin.

In 1881, parts of Franklin County, Granville County, and Warren County were combined to form Vance County.

                                     

1. Connected Counties

These counties are connected to Franklin County:

  • Halifax County, North Carolina - northeast
  • Nash County, North Carolina - east
  • Johnston County, North Carolina - south
  • Wake County, North Carolina - southwest
  • Warren County, North Carolina - north-northeast
  • Granville County, North Carolina - west
  • Vance County, North Carolina - north-northwest
                                     
  • Virginia - north Vance County North Carolina - east Franklin County North Carolina - southeast Wake County North Carolina - south Durham County North Carolina
  • Carolina - south Johnston County North Carolina - southwest Franklin County North Carolina - west Wake County North Carolina - southwest These are the
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