The links on this page are to PERSONAL web sites relating to the genealogy
of Gloucester County people
The only conditions for requesting that your site be linked here,
is that it contains genealogical or historical information on person(s) who were
born, married, died or resided at any time in Gloucester County, NJ. In addition,
if your web site contains advertising (including pop-up information), banners
or links to them (including affiliate programs) I will, at my own discretion,
determine whether the genealogical/historical value of such site takes precedence
over the advertising, and I have the sole determination whether to include your
web site link here. I have sole authority to link, or unlink any web sites, at
any time, from this page.
Disclaimer: As webmaster of this site,
I do not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy,
completeness, or usefulness of any information, product, or process disclosed
on those web sites.I do not endorse or recommend any commercial products, processes,
or services found on the linked web sites.
If you would like to
submit your web site as a link, please
I N K S
Family - of Gloucester Co NJ
Genealogy & Surname Study - a great web site for everything Bickam!
Family Genealogy Forum - Genealogy.com
Chew & Family
- Francis Collins (Edward1); b. 6 Jan 1635 at Wolvercotte,
Oxfordshire, England; died in Gloucester Co NJ; Descendants born and
lived in the area.
- of Clark's Landing, NJ (many Gloucester Co. ties) [archived version
of absent web site]
- family of Gloucester Co NJ
Rev. Moses of New Jersey and New York
- genealogy in Gloucester Co. NJ and areas nearby
& Bright Families - personal web site of Dr. Donald Lee Harris;
His paternal Harris ancestors came to Gloucester County, Clayton, New
Jersey from Lunenburg County, Kenbridge, Virginia in 1907. His maternal
Bright ancestors came to Gloucester County, Glassboro, New Jersey from
Perry, Florida in 1915. Some of his family relatives still reside there.
Family - John Hugg; b. 1640; m. Cattrine; d. Jan 1706/7 at Gloucester
NJ and his descendants.
a One name study of
Kaighin, Kaighen, Kaighan, Keighin, and Kaighn -- One Kaighin, John
Kaighin emigrated about 1680 and eventually settled in Gloucester township,
owning a large tract of land across the Delaware from Philadelphia.
His descendants changed the spelling to Kaighn, and prospered.
Ladd Family of Gloucester County
- Extensive genealogy, mainly those settling in South Jersey and specifically
the East Greenwich NJ area AND ALSO: Lippincott : five
generations of the descendants of Richard and Abigail Lippincott
Samuel Morgan (son of George) of Gloucester County NJ - this web
NOTE: These are LARGE files. You probably want to right-mouse-button
click on these and save them to your own computer before opening them.
Otherwise, if you have a slow computer and a slow internet speed, your
computer may lock up!
PDF file -3.2 mb | DOC
file - 5.1 mb
- Bodo Otto Association
- Some descendants of William Peaslee; specifically Amos-6 Peaslee (Elijah-5,
Jacob-4, John-3, Joseph-2, William-1) who settled in Mount Royal, Gloucester
- Gloucester, Burlington and Camden Counties in N.J., c.1800's
- Gloucester Co NJ