Morris County, New Jersey

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Morris is a county in New Jersey. It was formed in 1739 from the following county/ies: Hunterdon. The Earliest Land Deed was recorded in 1765/1785. The Surrogate's records begin in 1785/1804 . The mailing address of the county Surrogate's Court is Admin. & Records Bldg. P.O. Box 900 Morristown 07960-0900. For more information, contact the county at Admin. & Records Bldg. Court Street P.O. Box 315 Morristown 07960-0315. On the attached map, Morris is located at B5. Early Surrogate’s files and books, circuit court and court of common pleas records, naturalizations, marriages (1795—1876), and other material are located at the Morris County Records Center and Archives, 300 Mendham Rd., Morristown, NJ 07960, which should be contacted before a visit.

For information about the state of New Jersey see New Jersey Family History Research.

The Counties and County Seats of New Jersey

Counties of New Jersey
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