Bible records include lists of birth, marriage, and death information recorded throughout the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Read more about these records here.
Browse or search indexes of marriage and death announcements compiled from five North Carolina newspapers dating 1799 to 1893. Indexes include names, dates, places.
Published books on North Carolina families and family history, including copies of genealogical research donated to the State Library's Government and Heritage Library.
Material from two collections: contemporary photographs of the Raleigh Hebrew Cemetery and the Hebrew section of Raleigh Historic Oakwood Cemetery, and the 1930s Works Project Administration cemetery surveys.
You can help us make our family records more findable by transcribing out documents on Flickr. Track the progress of the transcriptions and see our list of top scribes here.
Does your family Bible contain information about at least one person who lived in North Carolina and a date before 1913? If so, you may be eligible to donate copies of your family Bible and help us grow our family history collection.
Staff from the State Library and State Archives are available to give presentations on online and print resources. Contact us to request more information.