New Jersey Naturalization Records, 1796-1991 is a free collection of text-searchable records at FamilySearch for New Jersey Naturalizations.

 

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What information will these Naturalization records provide?

 

Before 1906, the information recorded on naturalization records differed widely and often didn’t mention the immigrant’s town of origin or parents’ names. These records may contain:

  • Arrival date and port of entry
  • Name and age of immigrant
  • Age of immigrant
  • Current residence of immigrant
  • Country of origin or allegiance

 
After 1906:

  • Name of declarant
  • Date of Declaration of Intent
  • Age and occupation of declarant
  • Physical description of declarant
  • Declarant’s date and place of birth
  • Declarant’s marital status
  • Spouse’s name
  • Spouse’s date and place of birth
  • Names of children
  • Children’s dates and places of birt
  • Date of arrival and port of entry
  • Name of ship
  • Departure date and port of departure
  • Current U. S. residence
  • Last foreign address

 

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