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The Register of Deeds Office is provided for in the general statutes of North Carolina. Registers of deeds are elected to four-year terms by the citizens of the county and serve as custodian and manager of large numbers of public records. By law, the Register of deeds is charged with the integrity, completeness, accuracy, and safekeeping of these public records.

The Nash County Register of Deeds Office has real estate records dating back to 1777. Marriage records are available since 1862. Birth and death records are available since October of 1913.

Real Estate records are available by hard copy or online. Deeds from 1777 through 1969 can be accessed by the online record search.

Register of Deeds, Anne Melvin
Anne Melvin
Register of Deeds

Register of Deeds Office
PO Box 974
Nashville, NC 27856

Ph: 252-459-9836
Fx: 252-459-9889

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.