North Carolina is a unique state in that its birth, marriage and death records are essentially public records as soon as they are created.
North Carolinadoes not impose any restrictions on access to genealogical copies, meaning that you won't have to struggle to access vital records. Identification is required for all who apply for a certified civil registry. Uncertified copies of all vital records are open to public inspection.
This database is an index of people who married in several North Carolina counties between 1741 and 2004, and it contains nearly 7 million births and deaths that occurred in the state between 1913 and 2000. To conduct genealogical research, you can consult the records of the county where the event occurred or check with the North Carolina State Archives. If you're looking for marriage records in North Carolina, you'll be pleased to know that the state makes them easily accessible. You can find them through the county where the marriage took place or through the North Carolina State Archives. All you need is a valid form of identification to access these records.