Warren County Sites:
Raub's site contains links to Warren County Cemeteries; Baptisms, Burials, and More; the Beers Atlas of Warren County, New Jersey 1874; Postcards of Warren County and Surrounding Areas; John O'Brien's Warren County, New Jersey Quick Reference Guide; Warren Journal Items, 1848-1858; and Warren County Church and Town Histories.
Various historical information including the Phillipsburg Area Historic Sites Survey.
Warren County Cemeteries by John O'Brien.
This site lists the cemeteries in Warren County, both active and inactive, and tells where their inscriptions can be found. The Warren County Library has some of the inscriptions even though it is not mentioned on John's site.
The Cultural and Heritage Commission site provides information on the Oxford Furnace and the Shippen Manor. It also gives historic views of Warren County and a list of upcoming events.
To get a history and description of Warren County, click on " Warren County - Past and Present."
New Jersey Sites:
Here you will find a list of local place names in New Jersey and in which town, township, or county you can find those places.
At this site you can get copies of forms and fee schedules to help you obtain birth, marriage, and death records from June 1878 to the present.
This is the site from which you would get the form and instructions to use if requesting marriage, birth, and death records from May 1848 to May 1878. (You need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to retrieve this form). For information on obtaining other types of records including wills, divorce records, adoptions, name changes, corporate records, bankruptcies, and cemetery records, go to the Archives FAQ page.
Stryker, William S. Record of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War. Trenton, N.J.: John L. Murphy, Steam Book and Job Printer, 1876.
This massive work does what the title says - it gives a record of New Jersey men who served in the Civil War. It gives the regiment and company each man served in plus his rank, when he joined, when he was discharged, how long he was in, and any remarks. It also gives a paragraph or two about each regiment. There is a name index.
Here you will find details of this extensive collection and how to access it. This library has one of the best local history and genealogy collections in the state.
This site provides an alphabetic listing of towns in the state, with maps for the year 1895.
Princeton University has scanned all 16,000 sheets of its historic collection of Sanborn Company fire insurance maps. This link opens up as an Excel file. You then click on the hyperlinks to view the digitized maps.
More than 3,400 New Jersey men were killed in action or otherwise died while in U.S. service during World War I, 1917-1918. This database includes 3,427 name entries, linked to an information card or photograph, or often both.
Cyndi's List provides lists of genealogical resources on the Internet. They are categorized by topic.
Here you will have access to the Mormons' large collection of genealogical resources.
Use this site to search for immigration records kept at Ellis Island.
A directory of online death indexes listed by state, including death certificate indexes, obituaries, cemetery burials and probate records.
This site provides interactive guides and research tools for tracing your family's history.