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Records of the U. S. District Court of New Jersey and predecessor courts : 1789-1950

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
[Washington, D.C. : National Archives & Records Administration, Central Plains Region, 19--]
186 rolls ; 16 mm.
National Archives microfilm publications; T0928

Notes

Microfilm of originals at the National Archives.

Includes index for each docket. Indexes are for page. Admirality indexes are mostly to vessel names.

All records are district court records unless otherwise noted. Some records are for the circuit court which no longer exists. There are cases in both law and equity including some naturalization and probate records. Names of jurors and attorneys are also given. Dates given are for the beginning of the action but some action continues until 1950.

Targets are not totally accurate.

Bankruptcy proceedings are loose papers from the act of 1867 and includes businesses as well as individuals.

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