Welcome To Bute County

    Bute County was named in honor of John Stewart, Earl of
    Bute, one of the principal Secretaries of State, and first Lord
    of the Treasury under George lll. It was formed in 1764 from  


Aikens, Allison, Buie, Burke, Butler, Capps, Carroll,
Cary, Catlett, Clardy, Clark, Collins, Cook, Cooke,
Davison, Davis, Dawson, Dodson, Driver, Falkner,
Faulkner, Fleming, Folkner, Foster, Freeman, Gant,
Garrott, Gaston, Gold, Golden, Green, Grizzle,
Haithcocke, Hamilton, Hancock, Harris, Haselwood,
Hastings, Hawkings, Hayden, Hayes, Hickerson,
Hogsed, Houke, Hudson, Hull, Huskey,Hutson, Jackson,
Jeffcoat, Johnson, Jones, Kirby, Lankford, Marshall,
Massey, Mayfield,McInvale, McLemore, Moore, Moss,
Murphy, Nelms, Newman, Nicholson, O'Neill, Parker,
Parks, Patterson, Petty, Powell, Price, Raborn,
Raborne, Rayburn, Reagan, Regan, Rice, Riggan,
Riggen, Riggin, Riggins, Rogers, Rollins, Rowland,
Sainsing, Sanders, Sarten, Shearin, Sherrell, Sherrill,
Short, Skeen, Sledge, Smith, Snider, Solomon, Stanton,
Sutton, Taylor, Thomas, Thorn, Trice, Tucker, Wadford,
Walker, Watson, Webb, Wheeler, Wike, Williams,
Wilson, Wise, Wood, Woodard, Wright, Yarbrough, Young.

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