Searchers can access indexing information for birth, death, marriage, and delayed birth records. Images and parental information are not available. Land record data is available beginning in 1791 and includes digital images of the documents. This is a free service.
The Cabarrus County Public Library offers an extensive local history and genealogy collection for those wishing to research their ancestors and historical events at the Concord branch of the Charles A. Cannon Memorial Library. The Concord Library's Lore Room contains materials on Cabarrus County history and genealogy from 1750 to the present. This is a free service.
The Cabarrus Genealogy Society is dedicated to helping you research your Cabarrus County ancestors and their lives. With their new web design and blog they hope to create accessible content presented in a user-friendly format. Access to data is free but there is a nominal fee for membership.
The Digital Heritage Center works with cultural heritage institutions across North Carolina to digitize and publish historic materials online. Their collection include yearbooks, newspapers, images, memorabilia, city directories and more. This is a free service.
NC ECHO searches across digital collections at a variety of cultural
heritage institutions around North Carolina. NC ECHO is a first step for
users interested in exploring North Carolina's diverse collections of
historic photos, documents, books, family histories, maps, and much