The Randolph County Register of Deeds maintains birth, death and marriage records for people who were born, died, or whose marriage license is filed in Randolph County.
WHO may obtain a certified copy of a birth, death, or marriage certificate?
Certified copies will be issued to:
- The applicant
- The applicant's spouse
- The applicant's parent/step-parent
- The applicant's brother, sister, step-brother, step-sister
- The applicant's child/step-child
- The applicant's grandparent/grandchild
- Any person seeking information for legal determination of personal or property rights
- An authorized agent, attorney, or legal representative of the applicant
Identification is required from all who request a certified vital record. Uncertified copies of all vital records are open to public inspection.
HOW do I obtain a certified copy of a vital record by mail?
Randolph County Register of Deeds
P. O. Box 4458
158 Worth St.
Asheboro, NC 27204
For information on obtaining a certified copy of a vital record from the NC
Dept. of Health and Human Services Division of Public Health - Vital Records
Unit, Please visit their website at: http://vitalrecords.nc.gov/vitalrecords/
Out of county North Carolina birth records (1971-current) can also be obtained in the Register of Deeds office through North Carolina Vital Records for a fee
of $24 (NO PERSONAL CHECKS).
The General Assembly of 1913 enacted legislation requiring the registration of all births and deaths
occurring in North Carolina. This legislation became effective October 1,1913.