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Government and Heritage Library

Phone: 919-807-7450

Email: slnc.reference@ncdcr.gov

Fax: 919-733-5679

Website: http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/index.html

Locations and Hours:

109 East Jones Street

Raleigh, NC

Monday-Friday 9:00am-5pm

Saturdays: 9-2pm

http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/visit.html

 

13 Comments

  1. Heather B. Bessinger says:

    Actually this is more of a question than a comment. I saw the post on Facebook about The North Carolina Civil War Death Study and was wondering if it will be on the internet or if one must attend to hear it?
    Thank you,
    Heather D. Bessinger

  2. Reference and Outreach says:

    Thank you for your question. The January 25th presentation will not be broadcast on the internet. Here is more information on the NC Civil War Death Study. http://www.nccivilwar150.com/features/nc-civil-war_death-study.htm. Hope you can join us!

  3. TRYING TO FIND OUT INFORMATION ABOUT MARY ANN PUCKETT, HER MOTHER WAS CORNELIA ANN AND HER FATHERSON WAS EMERSON, IT WOULD BE IN THE 1800-1900, AM NOT ABLE TO GET ON THE QUIRY PAGE……THANKS HELEN HRBACEK

  4. Reference and Outreach says:

    Helen,
    Thank you for your comments. I will pass them on to our Genealogical Services Reference Librarian. In the future please send your requests to the Government and Heritage Library’s email reference address, slnc.reference@ncdcr.gov.

    Best,
    Rebecca, Reference and Outreach

  5. Margaret Cotrufo says:

    Did you know that the GHL has been nominated for a Reader’s Choice award
    http://genealogy.about.com/od/blogging_history/l/blreaders-choice8.htm.
    Voting for the 2013 About Genealogy Readers’ Choice Awards is open until midnight (EST) on March 19, 2013. People can vote once per day in each category. Main poll page http://genealogy.about.com/od/best_of/tp/readers-choice-2013.htm.
    I did not see this mentioned in the GHL blog.

  6. Reference and Outreach says:

    Margaret, Thanks for bringing this to our attention! We had no idea! We’ll be sure to mention this to our readers. Thanks again!

  7. Clarence McMillan says:

    How may I get full copies of this information on Dicy Bass? She is my GGG Aunt.

  8. Jim Laughrun says:

    Unable to get “North Carolina and the Two World Wars” to download using the blog link.

    1. Michelle (ncpedia) says:

      Unfortunately, the book is only available electronically on-site but is available for purchase from NC Historical Publications. Thanks for contacting us!

  9. I am unable to find anything at all about the death of my grgrgrandmother.
    She died July 9, 1888, in Perquamins, Co., N. C. She was marr. to James A.
    Hall. Her name was Sarah A. Hall. Maiden name was Gallop. I have her funeral
    card of black and gold. Would like to know if there was any newspaper, or
    funeral home notices. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

    1. Reference and Outreach says:

      Hi Georgia,

      Thank you for your question. I passed it on to our Genealogical Services Reference Librarian. If you have further questions please send them to the Government and Heritage Library’s email reference address, slnc.reference@ncdcr.gov.

      Best,
      Rebecca, Reference and Outreach
      North Carolina Government and Heritage Library

  10. T Sampson says:

    I am looking for a death certificate and or date on Eva Lee Weeks. She was married to James Weeks (Jim) and died some time between 1930-1940 originally from Sampson county. Her father was Franklin (Frank) Lee and grandfather was Allen. I would love to know where she is buried to ascertain if there is a headstone.

  11. Jenny powell says:

    I have a question! I planning a trip to nc in a few weeks to try to doper research only relatives that came to ms and al from nc. One is Malcolm leach Randolph county, the question is where would be best place to search when they are from different counties? Do I need to plan on going to each county? Your help is greatly appreciated! Jenny powell

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