Learn new details about your ancestors in these death records from the state of North Carolina, in the southeastern United States. Discover important information about their lives, including their parents’ names and occupation, as well as details about their death and burial.
There are nearly 615,000 records for deaths reported in the state of North Carolina. While the information for each person may vary, North Carolina deaths 1906-1930 typically includes:
Explore this collection of death records from North Carolina and discover new details about your ancestors in the first decades of the 20th century. North Carolina began central collection of deaths in the state in 1930, so these records were compiled from local sources.
These records provide exceptional details about your ancestors that you can use to enrich your family history and expand your genealogical research into our other collections. You may also be able to find more information about your ancestor, or even an obituary, in our collection of local newspapers.
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Try to find additional information about your ancestor in North Carolina newspapers. Death notices and obituaries were common in many local newspapers and can provide specific and valuable details.