Durham-Orange Genealogical Society
Durham-Orange Genealogical Society
Here are some links of interest to Durham and Orange County researchers as well as for North Carolina in general. If you find a link that does not work, please report it to the webmaster

 
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If you are looking for a Professional Genealogist, please check out the Association of Professional Genealogists Website. The Durham-Orange Genealogical Society is in no way affiliated with this list. It is provided merely for your own personal use.
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
If you are looking for a Professional Genealogist, please check out the Board for Certification of Genealogists Website. The Durham-Orange Genealogical Society is in no way affiliated with this list. It is provided merely for your own personal use.
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
Mr. Allen Dew has compiled surveys and transcriptions of hundreds of cemeteries, big and small throughout North Carolina and displayed them on this site. Search by county.
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
Download pedigree charts, research logs and more here.
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous]
From the NC Dept of Cultural Resources - Best Practices and Guidelines for Digital Preservation - How to name files, back them up, info on file types, scanning and MORE!
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous]
The Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University holds rare books, manuscripts, audio recordings, moving images, artifacts, digital files, and other materials that together document over 20 centuries of human history.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
Surveyed by the WPA in 1937, these records were digitized and displayed by the North Carolina Digital Collections.
[Located in Category: Durham County, NC Genealogy]
The North Carolina Collection in the Durham County Library preserves and makes available the historical record of the city and county of Durham. It also has a wealth of materials for people interested in researching North Carolina-related topics.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
[Located in Category: Durham County, NC Genealogy]
[Located in Category: Durham County, NC Genealogy]
[Located in Category: Durham County, NC Genealogy]
[Located in Category: Durham County, NC Genealogy]
Chris Cummings offers advice on how to preserve old photographs.
[Located in Category: Miscellaneous]
List of Newspapers that are on microfilm at the State Library of North Carolina
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
This digital collection includes Bible Records (lists of birth, marriage, and death information recorded in North Carolina Bibles throughout the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries), marriage and death notices from North Carolina newspapers, books on North Carolina families, cemetery photographs, and more.
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
Membership organization dedicated to preserving and promoting genealogical studies in North Carolina.
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
Online collection of maps of the Tar Heel State featuring maps from three of the state's largest map collections -- the North Carolina State Archives, the North Carolina Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill, and the Outer Banks History Center
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
Collection consists of historic newspapers digitized from microfilm dating from 1752-1890s from cities like Edenton (1787-1801), Fayetteville (1789-1795), Hillsboro (1786), New Bern (1751-1804), Salisbury (1799-1898), and Wilmington (1765-1816) - a total of 23,483 digital images that are keyword searchable.
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
Student and community newsletters from around North Carolina. Digitized.
[Located in Category: North Carolina Research]
The State Archives of North Carolina collects, preserves, and makes available for public use historical and evidential materials relating to North Carolina. Its holdings consist of official records of state, county, and local governmental units, and copies of federal and foreign government materials. In addition to these official records are private collections, organization records, maps, pamphlets, sound recordings, photographs, motion picture film, and a small reference library. Materials in the Archives collections constitute by far the most valuable assembly of manuscript records and North Caroliniana in existence.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
Surveyed by the WPA in 1937, these records were digitized and displayed by the North Carolina Digital Collections.
[Located in Category: Orange County, NC Genealogy]
The Rebecca B. Wall Local History Collection encompasses books on local family history and local church; They contain microfilm of Orange County records including deeds, court records, marriage bonds, wills, newspapers, and censuses; As well as onsite maps, journals, and magazines pertaining to Orange County and early North Carolina settlement.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
[Located in Category: Orange County, NC Genealogy]
[Located in Category: Orange County, NC Genealogy]
[Located in Category: Orange County, NC Genealogy]
[Located in Category: Orange County, NC Genealogy]
Electronic access to images of deeds from the 1700s - 1900s. Visit them onsite at 228 S. Churton Street (3rd floor) to locate marriage, birth and death records and to view original deeds.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
The Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill encompasses the North Carolina Collection, The Rare Book Collection, Southern Folklife Collection, Southern Historical Collection, and the University Archives and Records Management Services.
[Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]