If I told you there was a back door to see all of the viewable Wake County Records in the FamilySearch Catalog, would you be interested? It is like viewing virtual microfilm from your own comfy chair!
This is a variation on a tip found on a North Carolina regional research group on Facebook. Thanks to Delores Williams of NCGenweb for sharing the tip.
You will need to log in to FamilySearch for this to be usable. Creating a log in is free.
Visit this link - shorturl.at/gqDHI
You will see the following page of Wake specific collections. Click on the text by the red arrow to access the ability to filter by township.
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Click thru the collections. When you find one that is interesting, click through to that page. Scroll down the page to see if the camera icon exists. If so, click the camera to browse the record.
You can use this same link to search other places in North Carolina or any other state. Just click on the "Part of United States, North Carolina" portion to get the drop down for other counties. Click it a second time to get back to a drop down for all the states.
Have fun. Bring snacks. You may be browsing for a while.
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