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Alleghany County is located in North Carolina. The 2010 U.S. Census listed the county's population at 11,155. Its county seat is Sparta.
Alleghany county was formed in 1859 from the eastern part of Ashe County, North Carolina. It was named for the Allegheny Mountains. Numerous boundary adjustments have been made since it was established, but none have resulted in new counties.
Adjacent counties are:
Grayson County, Virginia
Surry County, North Carolina
Wilkes County, North Carolina
Ashe County, North Carolina click here for more of Alleghany County's history