County Seat: Hackensack
Bergen County, New Jersey

Established: 1683

 

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Gen. Soc. of Bergen County


 
since
April 1, 2007

 

Washington Mansion House Tavern
Main Street & Washington Place Hackensack, Bergen County, NJ
(from the Historic American Buildings Survey,
R.Merritt Lacey, Photographer, April 23, 1936
Exterior - Souwest Elevation
From the Library of Congress, Memory Project

  Special Announcement!

 
Please visit the below link to view the advance program/ registration form for the 2007 Family History & Genealogy Conference which will be held in Vineland, New Jersey, on Saturday, October 27, 2007 from 9:00am-1:30pm. This conference is co-sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and The Cumberland County Historical Society. Admission is free. Please make copies of the form as needed, and/or to post it on your website. For further information on Family History Centers in Southern New Jersey, please visit www.cherryhillstake.org/fhc.
 
Conference Brochure
Thank you,
Laura Standage
Cultural Arts Director
Cherry Hill New Jersey Stake
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


 

 

Bergen County is in the northeast corner of New Jersey. Settled by the Dutch, Bergen was created in 1683 as one of the four original Counties in New Jersey. Its early borders included what are now Passaic and Hudson counties. In 1675 Bergen was included in a judicial district with Essex, Monmouth, and Middlesex counties. Later in 1683, Bergen was recognized as a county by the Provincial Assembly. In 1710, Hackensack became the county seat. Today, our 239-square-mile parcel of land in the northeast corner of the state has an estimated population of 825,380. Bergen had become a county of 70 municipalities, 56 boroughs, nine townships, three cities and two villages.

I have a major project currently underway for Bergen County, NJ. with various materials from out-of-copyright books with Bergen County material. I do not have all of the material scanned, but am working on it slowly.

If you would like to participate in this project and are good at typing and proofreading, please let me know with an email. Thank you for your consideration.

Denise - Bergen County Coordinator 


County of Bergen, NJ - Official Web site

Bergen County Quick Facts

Bergen County Registrars 

 

Bergen County Baptisms - Dutch Reformed Church
Bergen, NJ 1666-1789
Bergen County Marriages - Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, NJ 1666-1789

 

Brief Description of Every Municipality in Bergen County

Cooper Family History 

Courthouses & Chambers of Commerce 

Dutch Door Genealogy 

 

Family Group Sheets 

Family History Centers 

Family Trees 

 

Find a Grave - Bergen County 

Funeral Homes 

Genealogical & Historical Societies
 
Hackensack, NJ Marriages before 1700

Historical Museums & Sites 
 
Interment - Bergen County

Landowners and Settlers 
Libraries
Maps & Gazeteers

Newspapers 

 

NJGenWeb Archives Bergen County

Photographs of Bergen County 
Political Graveyard-Bergen

 

Obits from Rutherford, A Few 
 
Obituaries Index Bergen County

Resources 

Some New Jersey Veterans 

 

Sources for Genealogical Research 
State Archives

 

Tombstone Project - Bergen County - USGenWeb


 

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We wish to thank Christine Goff for her tireless work and
the hosting of this county site from 1998-2003
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Copyright 2007 by Denise Wells