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Death certificates,1906-1994 and indexes 1906-1967; still births,1914-1953; fetal death indexes,1950-

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1993-1995
1022 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.

Notes

North Carolina, Deaths, 1906-1930 are available online, click here.

An index for North Carolina Deaths, 1931-1994 is available online, click here.

Microfilm of originals in the North Carolina Department of Archives and History in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Includes general index with some volumes individually indexed.

Index lists book or file number and after 1968 lists certificate number.

Each county in the death index is designated by the following numbers: Alamance 1; Alexander 2; Alleghany 3; Anson 4; Ashe 5; Avery 6; Beaufort 7; Bertie 8; Bladen 9; Brunswick 10; Buncombe 11; Burke 12; Cabarrus 13; Caldwell 14; Camden 15; Carteret 16; Caswell 17; Catawba 18; Chatham 19; Cherokee, 20; Chowan 21; Clay 22; Cleveland 23; Columbus 24; Craven 25; Cumberland 26; Currituck 27; Dare 28; Davidson 29; Davie 30; Duplin 31; Durham 32; Edgecombe 33; Forsyth 34; Franklin 35; Gaston 36; Gates 37; Graham 38; Granville 39; Greene 40; Guilford 41; Halifax 42; Harnett 43; Haywood 44; Henderson 45; Hertford 46; Hoke 47; Hyde 48; Iredell 49; Jackson 50; Johnston 51; Jones 52; Lee 53; Lenoir 54; Lincoln 55; McDowell 56; Macon 57; Madison 58; Martin 59; Mecklenburg 60; Mitchell 61; Montgomery 62; Moore 63; Nash 64; New Hanover 65; Northampton 66; Onslow 67; Orange 68; Pamlico 69; Pasquotank 70; Pender 71; Perquimans 72; Person 73; Pitt 74; Polk 75; Randolph 76 Richmond 77; Robeson 78; Rockingham 79; Rowan 80; Rutherford 81; Sampson 82; Scotland 83; Stanly 84; Stokes 85; Surry 86; Swain 87; Transylvania 88; Tyrrell 89; Union 90; Vance 91;Wake 92; Warren 93; Washington 94; Watauga 95; Wayne 96; Wilkes 97; Wilson 98; Yadkin 99; Yancey 100.

Names are sometimes listed in these indexes by soundex order. Under a soundex system, the first letter of each name is retained, vowels and the letters w, h and y are eliminated. The following letters are replaced by numbers: b, f, p and v =1; c, g, j, k, q, s, x and , z = 2; d and t = 3; l (L) = 4; and m and n = 5; r = 6. Zeros are added until the numbers consists of three digits. Example: Siegel = 240. When two or more of the same key letters or their equivalents come immediately together, they should be treated as one key letter. Examples: Sheppard 163, Sacks 200. If the first letter of the name and the letter that immediately follows the first letter would have been coded as the same number, the second letter is disregarded in coding. Examples: Szakal = 240 (S and z both code as 2 so the first c is ignored ); Lloyd = 300.

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