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The New Jersey Historical Society, the Gloucester County Historical Society, and the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library in Washington, D.C., have many volumes of Bible records for New Jersey families.

Start with the free Index to Early Bible Records (pre-1830; 17,000 entries).

The Genealogical Society of New Jersey has the largest collection (over 4,650 Bible records). A name index to the first 3,000 is at the New Jersey Room—Special Collections and Archives, Alexander Library, Rutgers University.

The Family History Library has microfilm copies of many Bible records listed in the FamilySearch Catalog Locality Search under: NEW JERSEY - BIBLE RECORDS NEW JERSEY, [COUNTY] - BIBLE RECORDS

The Daughters of the American Revolution also has a collection of Bible transcripts, as does the Gloucester County Historical Society (in its historical and genealogical files). Both collections are described in the Genealogy section.

The Family History Library also has:

Some DAR records are indexed in:

The New Jersey Historical Society has a card index to DAR Bible transcripts.

Copies, or abstracts of old family Bibles that are no longer known to exist, may survive in Revolutionary War Pension application files at NARA, Washington, D.C., which are available online at three commercial websites: Ancestry, Fold3, and Heritage Quest Online.



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