Vital Records Index

How to contact the State Archives
Obtaining Vital Records from North Carolina

Information about obtaining Vital Records

Vital Records may be obtained in Sampson County from:
Sampson County Courthouse
Main Street RM 109
Clinton, NC 28328
Telephone (910)-592-8026

Sampson County Register of Deeds
By mail uncertified certificates cost $1.00
They have a lot of birth, marriage, death records and land deeds available online!

In case you are not aware, the cost of obtaining records through the NC Archives is VERY expensive for out of state researchers! It is incredibly less to obtain copies through local counties....some counties only charge 25 or 50-cents for a copy!!

This link goes direct to NC Archives mail query policy... NC Archives

For those who may not be aware.....if you are IN state in NC, you CAN query NC Archives via email (but ONLY for IN-state residents!). You must provide your *snail mail* address.....and NC Archives will respond to you via that. You can only ask ONE question per email, however. But there is no limit on the number of emails. The following information also comes from the above url under "general information": Requests from North Carolina residents may also be sent by Fax: (919) 733-1354 or e-mail: <archives @> Responses will be by U. S. Mail. The Archives currently cannot respond to out-of-state requests received by fax or e-mail
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    Bible Records, a source for vitals.
      W W Bordeaux Bible  
      Henry Lee Bible  
      Henry C. Precythe, Sr.(Presise) Bible  
      J oseph Persize & Nancy Sutton Persize Bible  
      Elizabeth Fulghum Price Bible  
      John Thornton Bible  
      Neill Watson Bible  
    External Links: State Library of North Carolina: Digital Repository
      Bullard Family Bible Contains bible pages, transcriptions, and a hand-drawn family tree. Transcription of family tree is limited to names only
      Benjamin Simms Family Bible Records The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, published by Thomas Barkett in 1749.
      Fort - Neal - Robinson Family Bibles Written in five different Bibles
      Montgomery Family Bible Major in the Confederate Army; Important railroad employee
      Thomas Hill Family Bible The Universal Family Bible: Or, Christian's Divine Library. Containing the Sacred Text of the Old and New Testamentpublished by J. Cooke, 1774
      West Family Bible Record This may not relate to the West Family of Sampson Co., but I have included it as a resource.
    Individual Marriage Records of...
    Macolin Johnston to Ann McMillan ~ 1826
    Bedreaddon Caraway to Susannah Tyson ~ 1830
    R. J. Allen to Jane Moue ~ 1856
    Freeze Robinson to Mary A. Vail ~ 1856
    R.J. Fennel to Jane Kirby ~ 1857
    Jesse Harris to Jane Owen ~ 1857
    Owen Holmes to Martha Williams ~ 1857
    Phillip Faircloth to Jane Hall ~ 1859
    Gabriel Holmes to Carrie Holmes ~ 1859
    W.S. DeVane to Laura M. Murphy ~ 1860
    James A. Warwick to Betsey C. Wilson ~ 1862
    Sampson County Obituaries >>> Jan thru Jun 2009
    Sampson County Wills
    Sampson Co. Executions



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