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About Birth, Marriage, & Death Records
Kept by state and local governments, churches and other institutions, vital records (birth, marriage, death) are a key resource for genealogical research.
There are currently two record types available:
- Cohabitation records (North Carolina)
- Marriage records (North Carolina and West Virginia)
Select either Marriage (Image 1 below) or Cohabitation (Image 2 below) from the drop-down menu to access the search page.
Image 1: Marriage Records Search
Image 2: Cohabitation Records Search