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Date of Grant or Charter ~ October 20, 1789


WARREN GORE is an uninhabited tract of 6,380 acres, lying in the northwestern part of the county, and belonging to the town of Warren, in Washington county. It is bounded north by Norton, east by Avery's Gore, south by Morgan and Bristol, and west by Warner's grant. The records do not show when this territory was granted, but it was probably chartered with the town of Warren, October 20, 1789. On the line between this gore and Norton is a considerable pond, the waters of which flow to the north into Masuippe river, in Canada

Gazetteer of Caledonia and Essex Counties, VT.; 1764-1887, Compiled and Published by Hamilton Child; May 1887, Page 490) 


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