Death Records - Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the date range of death records available at the Register of Deeds office?
A. Records dating from 1913 to today are available.
Q. How can I obtain a death certificate?
A. Death certificates are available by mail or in person at the Register of Deeds office. To obtain a death certificate by mail, submit your request to:
Register of Deeds
153 Courthouse Road, Suite 600
Currituck, NC 27929.
Requests for death certificates must include the full name of the deceased and the date of death. To obtain a death certificate in person, you must present a valid form of identification.
Q. What are acceptable forms of identification?
A. Acceptable forms of identification include a driver's license with photograph, State-issued identification card, passport, military identification card with photograph, or a current school identification card with photograph. Agents, attorneys, or legal representatives must also furnish documentation of authority in order to receive a certified certificate of an individual.
Q. How much does a death certificate cost?
A. Certificates are $10.00 per certified copy and $1.00 for each uncertified copy. Certified checks and money orders are accepted by mail; cash is also accepted if paying in person.
Application for Certified Copy of Death Certificate.