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Greene County, North Carolina

Greene is a county in North Carolina. It was formed in 1791 (as Glasgow; renamed 1799) from Dobbs county. Greene began keeping birth records in 1913, marriage records in 1875, and death records in 1913. It began keeping land records in 1857, probate records in 1809, and court records in 1861. For more information, contact the county at 229 Kingold, Ste. D, Snow Hill 28580-1331. On the attached map, Greene is located at H3. Record loss, 1876. Records fragmented. Read more...

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