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"Thank a Vet" Kickoff Breakfast was a Success!

The Davie County Register of Deeds Office, along with Office of Veterans Services, held a kickoff breakfast to promote the Register of Deeds new "Thank a Vet" program. On November 1, 2022,  over 85 military veterans came in for a complimentary breakfast, and after recording their DD-214 forms, were made an individualized photo ID discount card making them eligible for discounts and freebies all over Davie County.  "This program incentivizes our local military personnel to record their discharge papers (for free) keeping them safe and accessible when needed. It also provides our Veterans with a list of small businesses and restaurants that are on-board and ready to provide discounts and freebies as a show of support to our local heroes.  By providing these cards, it's a win-win for the veterans, their families, and local participating businesses,"  said Kelly Funderburk, Register.  This program will continue to run everyday throughout the year and military ID badges can be made without an appointment Monday - Friday during regular business hours.    


New AOC Computer!

The Davie County Register of Deeds Office now has a designated AOC computer allowing access to VCAP! For decades, attorneys, paralegals, and title searchers have had to come into our office to perform title searches PLUS go across the street into the courthouse to check judgments or look up estate file numbers, etc. simply because our ROD office did not have the same computer system.  Well no's here! I contacted the Administrative Office of the Courts in Raleigh a few weeks ago and we now have a specific workstation in our vault which grants us access to VCAP!  This is huge for all of us in the title searching world! Come on in and check it out! 

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Now Accepting Credit & Debit Cards
The Davie County Register of Deeds Office is now accepting Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express to make transactions even easier!  So if you want to pay by card, cash, or check, we've got you covered!  

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New Online Vital Records Request Option

The Davie County Register of Deeds Office is pleased to announce a new online service where you can request, pay, and receive birth, death, and marriage certificates without physically coming into the office. Our "Get Certificate Now" program allows you to request certified or uncertified copies of any Davie County birth, death, or marriage records for people who were born, died, or whose marriage license is filed in Davie County.  You simply place your order, pay with a credit or debit card, and we will receive the request, process it for you, and mail it out to the address you provide. You also have the option of picking up your orders in person once they have been completed. Get Certificate Now is a convenient, safe alternative to mailing in a request or physically coming into the office for copies of your vital records.  Click the link beside the Vital Records icon on our home screen for more information on requesting vital records and to access the online portal!

alert symbolNew Property Fraud Alert Notification System
The Davie County Register of Deeds Office has recently added a Property Fraud Alert Notification System.  This free online service for Davie County citizens, residents, and property owners sends an email notifying a registered user any time a submitted name matches any document being recorded in the Davie County Register of Deeds Office.  Get notified so you can verify and see what’s being recorded in your name! Whether it’s for you, your business, or an elderly family member, register for this service to stay updated as to the documents you expect to see and even those that you don’t. The email notification you receive will provide the date, time, and location of the document for you to see the image in our online records. Click here to sign up now!

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New Online Marriage License Application 
The Davie County Register of Deeds Office has recently added a safe and convenient online marriage license application submission portal.  Visit if you are planning to get married within the next sixty (60) days and need to apply for your marriage license.  Applicants must still physically come into the office at a later date to provide proper identification, take a marriage oath, sign the forms, and pay the required $60 fee, but they will save time by having the required information already filled out. This service is offered to applicants in both English and Spanish. Once the application is submitted electronically to the Register of Deeds Office, the applicants should call the office at (336) 753-6080 within 15 days to finalize the application process and pick up their marriage license.  Anyone wishing to get married, should visit to read the instructions and complete the free confidential form to obtain a marriage license application or click the link next to the wedding rings icon on our home screen.