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Salem County New Jersey Families

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  • Robert Pedrick, Sr. (1710 - 1771)
    Robert married Martha Justice, Swedest (?) daughter of Peter Justice and Helen Lock, born 10-28-1720. Robert made is will 11-13-1771 which was probated 12-30-1771. He leaves his wife the use of the pla...
  • Elizabeth Hunt, of Newtown (c.1628 - 1679)
    Elizabeth Jessup Birth: 1628 - New Town, New York Death: 1677 - New Town, New York Husband: Ralph Hunt Children: Anna Hunt, Edward Hunt, John Hunt, Mary Hunt, Ralph Hunt, Samuel Hunt Eliz...
  • Henri Pettit (c.1584 - 1624)
    Notes 1 _UID F210262DAB7FD511A1EE4445535400002494 BIOGRAPHY: It is said that the family originated in Meaux, France, nearParis, and dates to the eighth century. Henry Pettit of Saffron Walden,Essex...
  • Joanna Carminow (c.1323 - 1416)
    Johanna Carminow Birth: Abt 1323 in Trelowith Manor, St Mewan, Cornwall, England Father: Oliver CARMINOW b: Abt 1278 in Of, Trelowith Mother: Isolda FERRERS b: in Of, Bere Ferrers Marriage ...
  • Michael Petit (c.1343 - 1385)

Salem County, New Jersey is an area rich in history, yet nearly unknown to most people in the country. Many early American immigrants made Salem County their home before venturing off to other parts of the country.

This project was established to help create a pool of collaborators with expertise and interest in Salem County's genealogical history. The goal is to form a unified family tree on Geni, to correct any existing errors, and help complete merges of historical profiles that are sitting in some stage of limbo. Profiles within this project will include the families that settled in Salem County, and their direct ancestors, who could have previously come from anywhere in the world, but are mostly European.

Thank you in advance for joining, and for your interest in contributing to accurate and robust documentation of our Salem County genealogical heritage that is publicly available to members of

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