Index of Birth/Death/Marriages for Cabarrus County

Josh Freeling filed this request with the Cabarrus County Register of Deeds of Cabarrus County, NC.


From: Josh Freeling

To Whom It May Concern:

Hello, my name is Josh Freeling. I am a resident of Harrisburg, in Carbarrus County.

Pursuant to North Carolina Public Records Law (G.S. ยงยง 132-1 through 132-10), I hereby request the following for Cabarrus County:

Electronic indexes of:

Births 7/12/1835 to 11/6/2017
Delayed Births 12/22/1863 to 2/21/2017
Deaths 1/24/1912 to 11/3/2017
Marriages 9/22/1855 to 11/6/2017

Please know that the the information in this request is for is the exact same information that is already publicly available via your website at however I just in a digital format (such as an Excel file, CSV, etc.)

I will be making information obtained from this request available to the general public, for free. I am not requesting it for any commercial purposes.

Please let me know which digital formats these indexes are in. I acknowledge I might be required to reimburse you fair costs for making electronic copies of this data. Please inform me what these costs might be in advance of fulfilling this request. If it is not available to be picked up locally, I am willing to pay for shipping to me as well. I would also like to request a waiver of all fees in that the disclosure of the requested information is in the public interest.

Please also be advised that this request is being filed publicly through the website, and all correspondence about this request will be immediately published to the general public.

The law requires that you respond to and fulfill this request "as promptly as possible." If you expect a significant delay in responding to and fulfilling this request, please contact me.

If you deny any or all of this request, please cite each specific exemption you feel justifies the refusal to release the information and notify me of the appeal procedures available to me under the law.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter.


Josh Freeling

From: U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID)

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