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Cabarrus County North Carolina


Cabarrus was formed in 1792 from Mecklenburg County. It was named in honor of Stephen Cabarrus, (1754-1808) of Edenton, several times a member of the Legislature and four times speaker of the House of Commons. It is in the south central section of the State and is bounded by Stanly, Union , Mecklenburg, Iredell and Rowan counties. The present land area is 364.10 square miles and the 1990 population was 98,935. In 1795 an act was passed naming commissioners to erect a courthouse on the land of Samuel Hugey which had already been selected as a proper place for the county seat. They were to lay out the town of Concord. Concord was incorporated in 1806, and is the county seat.

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St John's Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Cabarrus County, NC Digital Library
This is an absolute must for Cabarrus Researchers.

Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - Surnames A - F
Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - Surnames G - L
Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - Surnames M - R
Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - Surnames S - Z
Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - Submit Surnames
Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - Civil War
Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - War of 1812
Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - Cemeteries & Funeral Homes
Cabarrus Co, NC GenWeb - Civil War Identities
Cabarrus County, NC Genealogy Forum

Alexander of Cabarrus County 1 Alexander of Cabarrus County 2
Battles of the Cabarrus Guards Roster of the Cabarrus Guards
The Cabarrus Hornets 33rd Reg. Co.C 33rd Infantry Regiment
52nd Infantry Regiment Battles Roster of the 52nd NC Infantry 
Roster of the 57th NC Infantry Battles of the 57th
7th Regiment N C Troops Barrier of Cabarrus County
Barringer of Cabarrus County Beaver of Cabarrus County
Cemetery Listing Cabarrus Co. Cochran of Cabarrus County
Correll of Cabarrus County Goodman of Cabarrus County
Hopkins of Cabarrus County John D. Barrier 57th NC Troops
Cabarrus Marriages to 1825 Cabarrus Personal Pages
Spears of Cabarrus County Will of William Wallace Spears
Starnes of Cabarrus County St. John's Evangelical Lutheran 2
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran 1 Jacob Stough
Troutman of Cabarrus County Winecoff of Cabarrus County


Charles A. Cannon Memorial Library
27 Union Street, North
Concord, N. C. 28025
Telephone: 704-788-3167
FAX: 704-784-3822.
Library Hours for the Local History Collection
Lore Room located in the library:
Mon, Tues, Thurs. 9-12 1-5
Wed 1-4.
Closed Friday and Saturday
Library hours change throughout the year,
so call ahead!"

Cabarrus County Courthouse
Government Complex
Church Street
Concord, N. C.


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For those of you needing assistance locating Cabarrus records, I suggest you contact the Rowan Public Library in Salisbury, North Carolina. Click on their name above to go directly to the Rowan County website.

9:00am - 9:00pm

Fri. and Sat. 
9:00am - 5:00pm

1:00pm - 5:00pm

Closed Sundays Memorial Day through Labor Day

Rowan County Holiday schedule observed.

Email Melissa Oleen: oleenm@co.rowan.nc.us


Rowan Public Library's
  Edith M. Clark History Room has two foci:
Rowan County history and western North Carolina genealogy. 

Over 10,000 books, 3,000 microforms, fifty one computer databases, 45 manuscript collections (measuring 250 linear feet), and dozens of genealogical journals comprise its holdings.

State Library of North Carolina Home Page 

General Genealogy Links

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