Explore research in New Jersey.
Goal 3: Learn about New Jersey vital and census records.
A. Learn about New Jersey vital records.
B. Explore New Jersey marriage and death records.
C. Explore New Jersey census and voter records.
- Explore state and county census records for New Jersey ancestors.
- Find voter registration records in New Jersey.
- Get an overview of New Jersey censuses in this article.
FS—New Jersey Census
- Learn about New Jersey census records.
Census Records for New Jersey
- Explore the MyFreeCensus site for New Jersey state and county census records.
- Explore additional links for New Jersey census records on the LDSGenealogy site.
- Explore New Jersey census records on the AccessGenealogy site.
- Learn about New Jersey voting registers in this article.
FS—New Jersey Voting Registers
- FS: New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980
- FS: New Jersey, Births, 1670-1980
- FS: New Jersey, Marriages, 1670-1980
- FS: New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956
- FS: New Jersey, Deaths, 1670-1988
- FS: New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720-1988
- AC: New Jersey, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890
- FS: Census -
Goal 11: Search records from New Jersey.
A Use the QUIKLinks (top of page) or New Jersey County links (bottom) to quickly search common record collections for New Jersey.
Note: To search records on these sites, you must be registered on the site or be at a FamilySearch Center.
- In the QUIKLinks, click the link for FamilySearch, Ancestry, Findmypast, or MyHeritage to view the corresponding record collection.
- Scroll down near the bottom of this page to see available county records. Click the name of the county for FamilySearch, or A for Ancestry, or L for Linkpendium.
B Explore additional record collections.
- In FamilySearch, explore the New Jersey Online Genealogy Records page for a variety of record collections.
- In each program (FamilySearch, Ancestry, or Findmypast), explore additional record collections besides the ones listed in QUIKLinks on this page.
New Jersey Counties
Name = FamilySearch; A = Ancestry; L = Linkpendium
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