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If you have New Jersey ancestors, you may have noticed that none of the New Jersey
population schedules survive for the 1790, 1800, 1810 and 1820 US federal censuses.
Finding substitute sources is one of the research strategies you’ll learn in our next
Jersey Genealogy Crash Course: Find Your Garden State Ancestors, Wednesday, June
22, at 7 pm Eastern (6 Central/ 5 Mountain/ 4 Pacific).
Presenter Thomas MacEntee, New Jersey genealogy expert and founder of GeneaBloggers,
gave me a sampling of other New Jersey research challenges the seminar will help you
Before New Jersey was a state or even a British colony, it was part of the New Sweden
and New Netherlands colonies. That can make locating records a challenge, so the webinar
will address early records for each of these colonies and where to find them.
Did you know that many New Jersey couples traveled to other states to get married?
You’ll learn which states and counties were most popular and how to search for those
Thomas also will tell you how to access New Jersey vital records and other resources,
share the best websites for researching ancestors from the state, and more.