Delaware Maps

Delaware

UPDATE:  Now includes fresh 2012 unclaimed property data!  The technical team at Discovered Money has transformed the unclaimed property listings at the Delaware Division of Revenue website to Google Maps!  Now you can explore your local neighborhood for unclaimed cash and stock currently held by the State of Delaware.

It’s as easy as 1-2-3:

1.  Click on a city name below to open the Google Map.  (A different browser window/tab opens automatically.)

2.  Explore the city full of markers (red dots) for people and places you know:  your home address, your friends, family members, ancestors, employers, non-profit organizations you support, schools and much more.

3.  Notify us that you found someone you know at info@discoveredmoney.org.  (We’re keeping track of the people we assist!)  Then, visit this website and fill out the claim forms with the State of Delaware.  Once the claim form is received and processed, they will send you a check for the claim amount with no strings attached.

City

County

Records Mapped

Total Unclaimed
Amount Mapped*

Bear

New Castle

1,364

N/A

Dover

Kent

1,768

N/A

New Castle

New Castle

2,085

N/A

Newark

New Castle

5,208

N/A

Wilmington

New Castle

8,868

N/A

Remainder of Delaware

Sussex Co, New Castle Co & Kent Co

8.633

N/A

Grand Total of Claims Mapped

27,926

*Unlike other states, Delaware does not provide the claim size in dollars until the owner sends in the claim form.

Please explore these maps with the following disclaimers in mind:

  1. Reminder:  We are seeking to locate and notify the individuals listed at each claim marker which is not always the current property owner.
  2. The addresses presented on the map may be outdated in terms of the unclaimed property owner listed at each address.
  3. This Delaware unclaimed property data was released on October 28, 2011.  Due to this lag time, the cash denoted by some listings may have already been claimed by the rightful owner/heir.
  4. There are thousands of listings that can not be mapped because the addresses can not be marked on a map.  (i.e. Post Office boxes, Rural Routes, unknown addresses, misspellings, apartment numbers, and much more)  Please conduct your own searches at your own county and state unclaimed property divisions to ensure you’ve checked everything for your possible claims.
  5. Although rare, Google Maps does not always place the marker in the correct location for the address listed.