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North Carolina Genealogy Records  


North Carolina Marriage Project. This project endeavors to provide actual transcriptions of Marriage Applications and other Marriage Records.

North Carolina Family Group Sheets

North Carolina Muster Rolls, War of 1812

Southern Claims Commission Disallowed Claims Index for North Carolina

North Carolina Freedmen's Labor Contracts (1865-1867)

1838 Indian Removal Regiment - North Carolina Regiment Volunteers

1851 Census of Cherokees east of the Misssissippi : The following states were covered: North Carolina, Washington DC, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee (archived Web site - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

Roll of North Carolina Cherokees who removed to the Cherokee Nation 08 June 1881 (pdf document)

27,000 Individuals Western North Carolina & East Tennessee

"Free Colored" Heads of Household in the 1820 North Carolina Census

North Carolina Spanish American War Volunteers : Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3

Rejected or Suspended Pension Applications, North Carolina, 1852

Misc. North Carolina Newspaper Abstracts. Mainly Union and Anson Counties.

Free African Americans of colonial North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina

Carolina Land Grants, 1684 - 1688

Western North Carolina 1883 Pensioners Roll. Pensioners listed for the following counties : Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Swain, and Transylvania.

North Carolina Executions 1726-1961

North Carolina Lynchings 1882-1930 (Archived Website - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

Virginians Wed in North Carolina,1880-1930

North Carolina Fallen Firefighters Memorial : The Honored

Emigrants to the Carolinas from Scotland 1774 (Archived Website - may be unavailable or slow to respond).


  • Alamance County

    Alamance County, North Carolina Marriage Bonds: 1854-1867


  • Alleghany County

    Index to Alleghany County, North Carolina Wills to 1900


  • Anson County

    Index to Anson County, North Carolina Wills 1750-1900

    Fayette District, Anson County, North Carolina 1790 Census

    Anson County, North Carolina 1860 Census Index (Archived Web page - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    Anson County, North Carolina Cemetery Records

    North Carolina Pension Roll of 1835 - Men from Anson County

    1880 Petition of the Inhabitants of Anson County, North Carolina. This petition refers to a Bill passed by the General Assembly in Dec 1799.

    1880 Petition of the Inhabitants of Anson County, North Carolina. This petition was filed in response to a petition of Inhabitants of "upperend" Anson County.


  • Ashe County

    Ashe County, North Carolina - War of 1812 Veterans

    Marriage Records of Ashe County, North Carolina

    The 1800 Federal Census for Ashe County, North Carolina

    1810 Ashe County North Carolina Census

    1820 Ashe County North Carolina Census

    Ashe County, North Carolina 1850 Census

    Ashe County, North Carolina - 1815 Tax List


  • Bertie County

    Bertie County, North Carolina Census 1830

    Bertie County, North Carolina Census 1870

    Bertie County, North Carolina 1900 Federal Census

    Free African American Taxables in Colonial Bertie County, North Carolina (1751, 1753 and 1754)


  • Bladen County

    1779 Petition to Divide Bladen, Duplin and New Hanover Counties, North Carolina


  • Brunswick County

    Brunswick County, North Carolina Bastardy Bonds 1810-1878


  • Buncombe County

    Buncombe County, North Carolina 1800 Census

    Buncombe County, North Carolina 1820 Census

    Buncombe County, North Carolina 1850 Census

    Misc. Buncombe County, North Carolina Wills


  • Burke County

    Burke County, North Carolina 1790 Census

    Burke County, North Carolina 1800 Census


  • Carteret County

    Custom Records, Port of Ocracoke, North Carolina 1815 1866 : Records of ships owned or operated by men of Ocracoke (Hyde County) and Portsmouth Islands (Carteret County).

    Abstracts of Marriages and Deaths of Extant Washington, Beaufort County, North Carolina Newspapers : Abstracts of local news related to Ocracoke and Hatteras Islands (Hyde County), and Portsmouth Island (Carteret County)


  • Caswell County

    Caswell County, North Carolina 1850 Census Images Online

    Caswell County, North Carolina 1870 Census Images Online


  • Chatham County

    Chatham County, North Carolina Bastardy Bonds 1775-1799


  • Cherokee County

    Cherokee County, North Carolina 1840 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Cherokee County, North Carolina 1850 Census

    Cherokee County, North Carolina 1860 Federal Census

    Murphy Township, Cherokee County, North Carolina 1860 Census (Archived Web page - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    Cheoah and Stecoah Districts, Cherokee County, North Carolina 1870 Census. These 2 districts became a part of Graham County, North Carolina in 1872.

    Cherokee County, North Carolina 1890 Special Schedule for Surviving Soldiers, Sailers and Marines, and Widows : Murphy Township - Valley River Township - Hot House Township - Shoal Creek Township - Beaverdam Township - Notla Township

    Cherokee County, North Carolina 1900 Census Listings (partial)

    Grape Creek, Cherokee County, North Carolina 1920 Census

    Peachtree District, Cherokee County, North Carolina 1920 Census

    Marble, Cherokee County, North Carolina 1920 Census

    Valleytown, Cherokee County, North Carolina 1920 Census

    Hanging Dog Baptist Church Minutes 1847-1869, Cherokee County, North Carolina

    Cherokee Indian Census 1835 : Preparatory to the removal 1838 in what would later become Cherokee County, North Carolina.

    Selected Cemetery Listings of Cherokee County, NC - Clay County, NC - Fannin County, GA - Union County, GA - Polk County, TN

    Chapman Roll of Eastern Cherokees 1851 : The following states were covered: North Carolina (Haywood, Cherokee, and Macon Counties), Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, District of Columbia.

    Cherokee County North Carolina Marriages 1860-1905 : A-C - D-F - G-I - J-L - M-O - P-Q - R - S-Z - Missing Marriages found at State Archives

    Cherokee County, North Carolina Delayed Birth Certificates : A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | Mc | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z

    Cherokee County, North Carolina Death Records 1913-1927 : A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - Mc - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - Y - Z

    Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, North Carolina

    Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, North Carolina


  • Clay County

    Cherokee Indian Census 1835 preparatory to the removal 1838 in what would later become Clay County, North Carolina.

    Selected Cemetery Listings of Cherokee County, NC - Clay County, NC - Fannin County, GA - Union County, GA - Polk County, TN


  • Craven County

    Craven County, North Carolina Marriage Records 1780-1867


  • Davidson County

    North Carolina : Davidson County : Vital Records, 1867-1984. Images of death records and marriage licenses recorded in Davidson County, North Carolina. Some of the individual volumes include an index and there are comprehensive indexes to some of the records.


  • Duplin County

    1779 Petition to Divide Bladen, Duplin and New Hanover Counties, North Carolina

    List of Sampson-Duplin, North Carolina Revolutionary War Soldiers (pdf document).


  • Forsyth County

    1850 Forsyth County, North Carolina Census Project. This file contains a list of the heads of household in the 1850 census, together with their likely spouses. Using marriage bond records and other data, we are now trying to identify the maiden names of wives in each family.


  • Graham County

    Cherokee Indian Census 1835. Preparatory to the removal 1838 in what would later become Graham County, North Carolina.


  • Granville County

    Free African Americans Taxable in Colonial Granville County, North Carolina.


  • Haywood County

    Chapman Roll of Eastern Cherokees 1851 : The following states were covered: North Carolina (Haywood, Cherokee, and Macon Counties), Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, District of Columbia.

    Haywood County, North Carolina 1810 Census

    Haywood County, North Carolina 1820 Census

    Haywood County, North Carolina 1830 Census

    Haywood County, North Carolina 1840 Census

    Haywood County, North Carolina 1850 Slave Schedule

    Haywood County, North Carolina 1860 Census

    1860 Slave Schedule Haywood County, North Carolina


  • Hyde County

    Men from Hyde County, North Carolina in the American Revolution

    Custom Records, Port of Ocracoke, North Carolina 1815 1866 : Records of ships owned or operated by men of Ocracoke (Hyde County) and Portsmouth Islands (Carteret County).

    Abstracts of Marriages and Deaths of Extant Washington, Beaufort County, North Carolina Newspapers : Abstracts of local news related to Ocracoke and Hatteras Islands (Hyde County), and Portsmouth Island (Carteret County)


  • Iredell County

    Iredell County, North Carolina 1800 Federal Census


  • Jackson County

    1860 Slave Schedule Jackson County, North Carolina

    Jackson County, North Carolina Bastardy Bonds 1853-1879


  • Lincoln County

    The Troops of Lincoln County, North Carolina 1812-1899 : Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5

    Civil War Soldiers of Lincoln County, North Carolina


  • Macon County

    Macon County, North Carolina 1830 Census

    Macon County, North Carolina 1840 Census

    Macon County, North Carolina 1850 Slave Schedule

    1860 Slave Schedule Macon County, North Carolina

    Macon County, North Carolina 1920 Census : Index - Images Online

    Index of Cartoogechaye Township, 1920 Census Macon County, North Carolina

    Index to Flatts Township 1920 Census Macon County, North Carolina

    Macon County, North Carolina - Index to Burningtown Twp., 1920 Census

    Chapman Roll of Eastern Cherokees 1851 : The following states were covered: North Carolina (Haywood, Cherokee, and Macon Counties), Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, District of Columbia.

    Misc. Marriage Records Macon County, North Carolina


  • Mecklenburg County

    1778 Petition of the Inhabitants of Mecklinburg County, North Carolina

    Roster of the North Carolina Volunteers Spanish American War : Rosters of the three white companies and the black company all formed in Mecklenburg County.

    Gilead Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Transcription of 475 burials.

    The Yadkin and Catawba Journal Salisbury, North Carolina Death Notices 1828 - 1834

    Troops of Mecklenberg, North Carolina 1776-1897

    The Charlotte Journal Marriage Notices, Charlotte, North Carolina, July 3, 1835 to December 7, 1851

    Misc. Mecklenberg, North Carolina Cemeteries

    Mecklenburg County, North Carolina WWII Veterans


  • Mitchell County

    Mitchell County, North Carolina Selected Deaths. Taken from Mitchell County Index to Deaths 1913-1992 (North Carolina Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC)


  • New Hanover County

    1779 Petition to Divide Bladen, Duplin and New Hanover Counties, North Carolina


  • Pitt County

    1900 Census Returns for Pitt County, North Carolina


  • Robeson County

    Free African Americans Named in the Robeson County, North Carolina Court Minutes 1797-1843


  • Rowan County

    1759 Rowan County, North Carolina Tax List


  • Rutherford County

    Rutheford County, North Carolina 1790 Census

    Rutheford County, North Carolina 1800 Census

    Rutherford County, North Carolina 1860 Census

    Rutherford County, NC Deed Index 1779-1917, A to M (archived Web site - may be unavailable or slow to respond)

    Rutherford County, NC Names & Relationships (archived Web site - may be unavailable or slow to respond)


  • Sampson County

    List of Sampson-Duplin, North Carolina Revolutionary War Soldiers (pdf document).


  • Stokes County

    Revolutionary War Pension Applications Stokes and Surry Counties, North Carolina

    Slaves and Slaveowners of Stokes County, North Carolina


  • Surry County

    1790 Surry County, North Carolina Census

    1810 Census of Surry County, North Carolina : Surname Index - First Name Index - Page Index

    1850 Surry County North Carolina Census Project. This file contains a list of the heads of household in the 1850 census, together with their likely spouses. Using marriage bond records and other data, we are now trying to identify the maiden names of wives in each family.

    Revolutionary War Pension Applications Stokes and Surry Counties, North Carolina


  • Transylvania County

    Transylvania County, North Carolina 1900 Census Images Online


  • Tyrrell County

    Bastardy Records of Tyrrell County, North Carolina 1791-1879


  • Union County

    Weddington United Methodist Church Cemetery, Weddington, Union County, North Carolina

    Union County, North Carolina Marriages 1843-1864

    Waxhaws in the Carolinas. A site dedicated to the history and genealogy of Waxhaw or the Waxhaws located in upper Lancaster County, South Carolina and Union County, North Carolina with some surrounding counties also. Browse vital records, land records, cemetery inscriptions, and more.


  • Wake County

    Wake County, North Carolina Register of Deeds : Records Search


  • Wilkes County

    Wilkes County, North Carolina Bastardy Bonds 1871-1883


  • Yancey County

    Yancey County, North Carolina 1840 Census Index and Images Online

    Yancey County, North Carolina 1850 Census Index and Images Online

    Yancey County, North Carolina Marriage List for 1850-1920. Partial, over 3200 marriages currently online.


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