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North Carolina State Vital Records Office Information
This office does not accept FAX or e-mail orders.
Make personal check or money order payable to North Carolina Vital Records. Be sure and provide name of individual, county of birth or death, approximate year of birth or death, requestor's relationship and purpose of request. For birth certificates full names of parents, including mother's maiden name, must be given. Please allow at least 8 weeks lead tim to receive the requested record.
Customers may visit the Customer Service Office at 225 N. McDowell Street, Raleigh NC (2 blocks NW of State Capitol)
Index to North Carolina County Vital Records Offices
Alamance . Alexander . Alleghany . Anson . Ashe . Avery . Beaufort . Bertie . Bladen . Brunswick . Buncombe . Burke . Cabarrus . Caldwell . Camden . Carteret . Caswell . Catawba . Chatham . Cherokee . Chowan . Clay . Cleveland . Columbus . Craven . Cumberland . Currituck . Dare . Davidson . Davie . Duplin . Durham . Edgecombe . Forsyth . Franklin . Gaston . Gates . Graham . Granville . Greene . Guilford . Halifax . Harnett . Haywood . Henderson . Hertford . Hoke . Hyde . Iredell . Jackson . Johnston . Jones . Lee . Lenoir . Lincoln . Macon . Madison . Martin . McDowell . Mecklenburg . Mitchell . Montgomery . Moore . Nash . New Hanover . Northampton . Onslow . Orange . Pamlico . Pasquotank . Pender . Perquimans . Person . Pitt . Polk . Randolph . Richmond . Robeson . Rockingham . Rowan . Rutherford . Sampson . Scotland . Stanly . Stokes . Surry . Swain . Transylvania . Tyrrell . Union . Vance . Wake . Warren . Washington . Watauga . Wayne . Wilkes . Wilson . Yadkin . Yancey .
The North Carolina Vital Records are Precious Resources to be Discovered
Data for the Family Tree
You may be one of thousands of Americans who seek to devise a family tree. This hobby, known as genealogy, has been growing lately. The advent of quick internet research has contributed to this fact. Intimidation and frustration often stop well-minded people in their tracks before they’ve begun. These people don’t realize how easy it can be to start this project. Provide on your empty family tree the names of your immediate family. If you can offer their birth dates as well, you can see your new project already getting off to a good start.
After your initial fill-in-the-blanks offering, your next move may be to take a gander at the North Carolina vital records. Birth certificates and death records are found within these documents, and you will be looking at information you need for your ancestral activity. The state of North Carolina presents this data to the public and in one location (for easy access).
Data for Local History Assignments
Who writes the history of a regional area? That duty could fall upon you, if you know how to find the evidence. Community history enthusiasts are often encouraged to write a history of its people. The North Carolina vital records will offer birth and death information about movers and shakers of long ago. The data found within these documents is waiting to be discovered!
Data for an Excellent Research Paper
Students in high school and college are often put to the task: they are sometimes assigned a research paper. This type of assignment does not need to send you cowering in the corner, unwilling to open the front door. The information you desire is really quite easily accessible. The good students know where to look for evidence to back up their arguments or points. The North Carolina vital records hold the power of an effective research paper.
Where are These Records?
You can find this genealogical and historical goldmine in one location. The Tar Heel State offers the resource to all citizens, given that the information is for the public. Technology today even makes the retrieval of these historic records very simple. A few minutes on your computer will get you to the history data. Family trees, local history articles, and research papers need the assistance of this outstanding resource. Visit these records to feel satisfied that you have completed a successful historical or genealogical endeavor.
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