|North Carolina State Vital Records
North Carolina State Vital Records Office
1903 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1903
Records include birth records since October 1913, death records since 1946, marriage records since 1962, and divorce records since 1958.
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Early North Carolina Settlers - 1700s - 1900s
- Jeffrey L Haines, CG
"The North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register appeared a century ago. Some of the abstracts have been superceded by more modern efforts. This journal focused on the Albemarle region of North Carolina, but there are abstracts of colony-wide records. The periodical also contains other items of historical and genealogical interest, though the careful researcher will always check to see if more recent scholarship has appeared. Contrary to the advertising on the jewel case, there are not eleven volumes in this collection. There are instead eleven issues from the three volumes of this periodical."
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Awesome Genealogy Transcribed Databases
Accessions to the Presbytery of Orange, North Carolina from 1760 - 1788.
Moravian Pioneers in North Carolina from 1753 to 1759.
Palatines remaining in New Bern, North Carolina as of September 28th, 1749.
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, April 13, 1702
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, March 1702
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, December 1701
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, October 18, 1701
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, September 1701
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, September 1701 (different recorder)
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, May 1701
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, 1695-1702
Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, 1695-1696
North Carolina Links
North Carolina Resources at RootsWeb
U.S. Resources: North Carolina
RootsWeb North Carolina Message Boards
CDs on Sale
1850 Census: North Carolina
North Carolina & South Carolina, 1870 Census Index
Early North Carolina Settlers, 1700s-1900s
North Carolina, 1851-1900 Marriage Index
North Carolina Wills, 1665-1900
Eastern North Carolina, 1861
North Carolina Coast, 1862
Beaufort Harbor, North Carolina, 1862
Approaches to Wilmington, North Carolina, 1864
North & South Carolina, 1865
North Carolina Marriages to 1825
North Carolina Revolutionary War Soldiers
North Carolina Deaths, 1968-69
North Carolina Deaths, 1970-74
North Carolina Deaths, 1975
North Carolina Deaths, 1976-77
North Carolina Deaths, 1978
North Carolina Deaths, 1979-82
North Carolina Deaths, 1983-87
North Carolina Deaths, 1988-92
North Carolina Deaths, 1993-96
North Carolina Census, 1790-1890
North Carolina Will Abstracts, 1760-1800
North Carolina Marriages, 1827-1900
North Carolina Volunteers, Spanish American War
North Carolina Will Abstracts, 1660-1790
Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Edgecombe County, North Carolina Vital Records, 1720-1880
Charlotte, North Carolina Directory, 1890
Tryon County, North Carolina Court Minutes, 1769-79
Bute County, North Carolina Court Minutes, 1767-79
Bertie County, North Carolina Vital Statistics, 1700s-1920
Chowan County, North Carolina Cross Index to Deeds - Grantees 1696-1878 Vol B
North Carolina Wills and Inventories
Family History Centers
- What is a Family History Center?
- Family History Centers are branches of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
- Centers provide access to many of the microfilms and microfiche in the Family History Library to help you identify your ancestors.
- Location and Hours
- There are more than 3,400 centers worldwide. To find a Family History Center near you, see the list of addresses below.
- Before you visit, you should contact the center to verify when it is open.
- Staff members will show you around the center, answer some research questions (research expertise in each center varies), help you use center resources, and order microfilms and microfiche from the Family History Library.
- Many centers offer classes on different genealogical research topics.
- Most centers have a computer with FamilySearch, which helps you search for information about your ancestors. FamilySearch includes Family History Library Catalog, International Genealogical Index, Ancestral File, Social Security Death Index, Scottish Church Records and the United States Military Index
- Most also have Personal Ancestral File, a computer program that allows you to organize your family history information.
- Most centers also have a variety of resource files, microfilms, microfiche and published material such as genealogies, histories, gazetteers, atlases and maps at your disposal.
Family History Centers Near You
Information about state archives and libraries:
North Carolina State Archives
Department of Cultural Resources
Division of Archives and History
109 East Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27601-2807
Telephone: (919) 733-3952
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 8:00-5:30, Saturday 9:00-5:00, closed Sunday and all state holidays
Records include census records, will and estate records, court and tax records, maps, photos, newspapers, manuscripts, military records, and Bible records.
Information about state genealogical societies:
North Carolina Genealogical Library
109 East Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27601-2807
Telephone: (919) 733-7222
See also: North Carolina Genealogy at Live Roots,
and Original North Carolina Documents