Middlesex County, New Jersey
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find available resources.
History of Middlesex County, New Jersey
a county located
in Central New
Jersey in the
As of the 2010
United States Census, its population was 809,858, an
increase of 59,696 (8.0%) from the 750,162 enumerated in
Census, making it the second-most populous county in
the state. The
county is part of the New
York City Metropolitan Area, and its county
seat is New
Brunswick. The center
of population of the state of New
Jersey is located in Middlesex County, in the
township of East
Brunswick, just east of the New
Jersey Turnpike. The 2000
Census showed that the county ranked 63rd in the
among the highest-income counties by median household. The Bureau
of Economic Analysis ranked the county as having the
capita income of all 3,113 counties in the
(and the 10th-highest in
as of 2009.
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Middlesex County "Heirs to Estates"
1780 > 1870
Virginia Alleman Brown
The above book is still in copyright, I am happy to send
scans from it. Please include Name of Interest & Pg #.
Middlesex County Will Books:
Vols: 27 > 37 [Indexes]
The Will Books are indexed as searchable pdf files.
The Number after the Name is the Page Location
The Wills can all be downloaded:
Additional Historical Resources
been many books written about Middlesex County.
A list of them can be found here: They
can be downloaded and are fully searchable pdf files.
National Register of Historical Places
Cultural & Heritage Commission
Public Libraries & Township Sites
New Brunswick Public Library
History of Cranbury
Libraries, Museums & Archives
Townships in New Jersey
Odds & Ends
Jewish Historical Society
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