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Gloucester County

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     Gloucester County is a county located in the U.S. state of New Jersey. As of the 2010 Census, the population was 288,288. Its county seat is Woodbury.  The following counties lie adjacent to Gloucester: Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania – north; Camden County, New Jersey – northeast; Atlantic County, New Jersey – southeast; Cumberland County, New Jersey – south; Salem County, New Jersey – southwest; and New Castle County, Delaware – west.

     Swedesboro and Bridgeport, were the among the earliest European settlements in New Jersey as a part of the 17th century New Sweden colony. Gloucester dates back to May 26, 1686, when courts were established separate from those of Burlington. It was officially formed and its boundaries defined as part of West Jersey on May 17, 1694. Portions of Gloucester County were set off on February 7, 1837 to create Atlantic County, and on March 13, 1844 to create Camden County. The county was named for either the English city of Gloucester or Henry Stuart, Duke of Gloucester, brother of Charles II of England.   Woodbury, founded in 1683 by Henry Wood, is the oldest town in the county.  National Park, another town in the county, was the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of Red Bank (now included in a county park) where Fort Mercer once stood. Here can be seen the remains of the British ship Augusta (it is stored in a shed with windows for visitors to the park to look through to see the ship's pieces), which sank during the battle. During the colonial era, Gloucester County's main economic activity was agriculture. In Woodbury (even then the main town) was located the county courthouse, the county jail, a Quaker meeting house (still in existence), and an inn (on the current location of Woodbury Crossings). Because of the county's many creeks leading to the Delaware River and the Atlantic Ocean, smuggling was very common.

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The following are names of persons, found within our databases as having been either born, married or died in this location. Names in dark red denote direct ancestral lines. To find out more about each surname listed click on the corresponding Link.

McVicker; Moreland; Pinnell; Scruggs and allied families  (MMPS)

Abbott;   Sutton

Bozarth; Peiffer; Quigley; Rhubart and allied families (BPQR)

Banse;   Peiffer

Dellinger; Knecht; Pfeffer; Silar and allied families  (DKPS)

Bosher;   Gotta;   McChesney;   Pfeffer;   Worrell

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John Abbott, a son of our 7th great-grandfather Abdon Abbott, II, may have come to Gloucester County after the Revolutionary War.  He lived in Woolwich Township until his death in 1834.  Mary Abbott a daughter of the aforementioned Abdon Abbott married a Jacob Sutton who was born at Deptford Township around 1740.


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Elizabeth C. Peiffer and her husband Warren Banse moved to the village of Cross Keys in Monroe Township around 1939.  Their residence on Hewitts Lane was the “Old Cross Keys School House” (see photograph below).  They lived here until 1975 when the removed Queen Anne’s County, Maryland.  Around 1995 Elizabeth and Warren returned to Monroe Township and lived at 100 Marquez Lane.  Warren passed away here in 2005 and Elizabeth followed in 2009.  Thomas Quigley Peiffer, brother of the aforementioned Elizabeth Peiffer, lived in Washington Township, Gloucester County, from August 1958 until his death in September 1967.  He is buried in the cemetery at the Cross Keys Methodist Church.


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     Otto Richard Pfeffer and his wife Katherine R. Bosher moved from Philadelphia to  Colonial Manor, Gloucester Co., New Jersey, around 1929. It is most probable that he made this move as a result of obtaining employment as pressman for the Courier-Post newspaper located in Camden, New Jersey.  In 1930.   Otto Pfeffer and his family were living at 13 Howell Avenue (State Route 45), in West Deptford Township, New Jersey.  Otto and Katherine At that time the family included his wife Katherine R. (age 44), daughter Katherine D. (age 19), and son Edward J. (age 16).  Katherine the mother was a homemaker while the daughter Katherine was working as a clerk for the telephone company. Edward was still in school. In 1951 Otto was living at 1327 N. Broad Street in Colonial Manor, Gloucester County, New Jersey.  It is believed that this home was located at the same place where he and his family were living in 1930.  Otto died in 1959 and is buried in New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr, Camden Co., New Jersey.

     Frederick Lewis Pfeffer, brother of the aforementioned Otto Pfeffer, died at Woodbury, Gloucester Co., New Jersey in 1951.  Death came as a result of injuries sustained in an accident at Colonial Manor, Gloucester County, New Jersey.   On the night of April 2nd he was in route to the home of his brother Otto Pfeffer.  He alighted from a bus around 7:00 PM and was walking across the street when he was struck by an automobile.    Fred died of his injuries at 10:15 PM while being treated at Underwood Hospital in Woodbury. 


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Monroe Township (Cross Keys);   Washington Township (Jones Lake);  

West Deptford Township;   Woodbury;  

Monroe Township (Cross Keys)

LOCATION:  Country: United States;  State: New Jersey;  County: Gloucester;  Coordinates/Map: 39°40′10″N 74°59′1″W

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NAME / DESCRIPTION:   Monroe Township was originally formed as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 3, 1859, from portions of Washington Township, while the area was still part of Camden County. Monroe Township was shifted to Gloucester County on February 28, 1871, along with the majority of Washington Township. In 1950, portions of the township were transferred to Winslow Township in Camden County.   Victory Lakes and Williamstown are census-designated places and unincorporated areas located within Monroe Township.

Cross Keys - Coordinates/Map: 39°42′48″N 75°01′47″W

Cross Keys is an unincorporated area, within Monroe Township, in Gloucester County,  The area is north-west of Williamstown and east of Glassboro, about 15 miles south-south-east of downtown Philadelphia.  This com­mu­nity was the cen­ter of busi­ness and polit­i­cal activ­ity until Mon­roe Town­ship was formed. Six roads inter­sected here and aided in town­ship divi­sions. One of the ear­li­est sur­veys in the area was made in 1716 along the present Hurf­fville Road. One sixth of the area stayed in Mon­roe Town­ship and the rest went to Wash­ing­ton Town­ship. Farm­ing was the prin­ci­pal occu­pa­tion at that time. Few, if any of these orig­i­nal farms still exist. Its loca­tion on the stage route between Cam­den and Cape May added to its impor­tance. A tav­ern at the inter­sec­tion of the main roads still stands today as a pri­vate res­i­dence. A pio­neer gen­eral store was oper­ated in the “Keys” as was a black­smith shop which employed a tin­smith and a wheel­right. A saw mill in the area sold lum­ber for building.

     The Society of Friends were the first to set up reli­gious meet­ings at Cross Keys. Methodists fol­lowed close behind occu­py­ing the same build­ing vacated by the Friends which they used as a church and as a school. The Chest­nut Ridge site was served by preach­ers also serv­ing Squankum (Williamstown). In 1844 a Sun­day School was formed. In 1875 a new frame build­ing was erected as a church. In 1904 a tower and bell were ded­i­cated dur­ing the pas­torate of Rev. Fisler. Many improve­ments have been made since those early days to make way for growth and Chris­t­ian education.


INTERNET WEB LINK(S):  Monroe Township Website;   Cross Keys United Methodist Church; 

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Washington Township (Jones Lake)

LOCATION:  Country: United States;  State: New Jersey;  County: Gloucester;  Coordinates/Map:  39°44′24″N 75°04′06″W

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NAME / DESCRIPTION Washington Township was incorporated by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 17, 1836, from portions of Deptford Township. The Township officially moved to the newly created Camden County on March 13, 1844. Monroe Township was created on March 3, 1859, from part of the township. Most of Washington Township, along with all of Monroe Township, was moved back into Gloucester County on February 28, 1871, with the remaining portions of Washington Township that were still in Camden County being transferred to Gloucester Township. Additional transfers to Gloucester Township were made in 1926 and 1931.

     Some of the early settlers to the area were the Collins family of Chestnut Ridge Farm, for whom Chestnut Ridge Middle School is named after; the Turner family, for whom Turnersville was named; the Hurff family, for whom the census designation Hurffville and Hurffville Elementary School are named; the Heritage family, whose family began the Heritage's Dairy Farm Stores, and for whom the community Heritage Valley is named; the Morgan family, who were the first residents of the Olde Stone House, a landmark for residents of the Township; and the Bell Family, who arrived in 1899, turning the 139-year-old grist mill into General Mills, and for whom Bells Lake Park and Bells Elementary School are named. The mill, located at Bells Lake Park, was destroyed by fire in 1963. Sewell, New Jersey, is named after General William Joyce Sewell.

ANCESTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS GEN-SITE: Thomas Q. Peiffer lived on Jones Lane at Jones Lake until his death in 1967.  He is buried at the Cross Keys Methodist Church Cemetery.

INTERNET WEB LINK(S):   Washington Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey - History

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West Deptford Township (Colonial Manor)

LOCATION:  Country: United States;  State: New Jersey;  County: Gloucester;    Coordinates/Map:  39°50′33″N 75°10′26″W

Otto Pfeffer Residence

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NAME / DESCRIPTION: West Deptford Township was formed as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 1, 1871, from portions of Deptford Township. Portions of the township were taken to form National Park (April 15, 1902) and Westville (April 7, 1914). Colonial Manor is an unincorporated community in West Deptford Township. This place may have gotten its name because of the old colonial manor house named Ladd's Castle (also known as Candor Hall) that is said to be the oldest brick structure in Gloucester County.  This historic building at 1337 Lafayette Avenue in the Colonial Manor section of the township was built around 1688 by William Ladd, a surveyor who purportedly helped William Penn to plan out Philadelphia. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

ANCESTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS GEN-SITE:  Frederick Lewis Pfeffer was fatally struck by an automobile here in 1951.  His brother Otto R. Pfeffer lived in the colonial Manor section of West Deptford on Howell Blvd. (State Route 45) from c.1929 to his death in 1959.

INTERNET WEB LINK(S):  West Deptford Township Website;

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LOCATION:  Country: United States;  State: New Jersey;  County: Gloucester;    Coordinates/Map: 39°50′14″N 75°09′11″W

Gloucester County

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NAME / DESCRIPTION: Woodbury is the county seat of Gloucester County.  Woodbury was founded in 1683 by Henry Wood, a Quaker from the North-West of England, who had left Great Britain due to religious persecution.   Woodbury was originally formed as a Borough on March 27, 1854, within Deptford Township, based on the results of a referendum held on March 22, 1854. On January 2, 1871, Woodbury was reincorporated as a city, based on the results of a referendum held that day. The Gloucester County Administration Building is located at 2 South Broad Street in Woodbury.


INTERNET WEB LINK(S):  Gloucester County, NJ. Website - Homepage;

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The list below will assist in your research regarding the matching of your ancestor’s birth, marriage, death dates and the place(s) within this locality at which these events may have occurred.


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Profiles for  113 cities, towns and other populated places in Gloucester County, New Jersey

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Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States

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The following municipalities are located in Gloucester County. The municipality type is listed in parentheses after the name, except where the type is included as part of the name. Census-designated places and other unincorporated communities are listed under their municipalities.

The map of Gloucester County, (see at right) shows the locations of all townships, cities, towns, boroughs, and villages.  Each have been given a specific number.  For more information about a locale match the number on the map with its corresponding number and link below.

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Historical Changes in the Boundaries of this County

     Conducting genealogical research in the United States requires an understanding of county boundaries.  As the population grew more counties were created to meet the public’s need for localized governments.  This phenomena was common in all states during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.  As such you must be sure that you are not looking for records in the wrong county or state. 

     The web-site for the Atlas of Historical County Boundary Project provides interactive maps for all states. This Atlas is meant to be a resource for people seeking records of past events, and people trying to analyze, interpret and display county-based historical data like Land Records, Probate Records, Court Records, Tax Records, and Vital Records that document birth, death, and marriage.   Listed below are the boundary changes for this county, the dates they occurred, as well as the government statute that decreed the change.  To see actual changes in a mapping format follow this LINK to the Atlas of Historical County Boundary Project .

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26 May 1686 - West New Jersey created the county-like court of Gloucester between Burlington and Salem courts within the Indefinite Counties Area; limits of Gloucester were not defined completely and clearly [not mapped].


12 Nov 1692 - The territorial division between Gloucester and Burlington courts in West New Jersey was redefined but remained incomplete and unmappable [not mapped].


18 Oct 1693 - The territorial division between Gloucester and Burlington courts in the Indefinite Counties Area of West New Jersey was restored to its pre-1692 configuration, still incomplete and unmappable [not mapped].


17 May 1694 - West New Jersey converted the court of Gloucester to GLOUCESTER County, and GLOUCESTER gained from CAPE MAY, but the description of GLOUCESTER's boundaries remained incomplete and unmappable [not mapped].


17 Apr 1702 - Proprietors of East and West New Jersey surrendered to Queen Anne their rights to govern their colonies, and the two colonies were united into the single royal province of New Jersey. GLOUCESTER became a county in the royal province of New Jersey; boundaries were unchanged.


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21 January 1709/1710. GLOUCESTER gained from CAPE MAY; redefined boundaries of GLOUCESTER were complete and clear. The Indefinite Counties Area was eliminated.


07 Feb 1837

GLOUCESTER lost to the creation of ATLANTIC.


13 Mar 1844

GLOUCESTER lost to the creation of CAMDEN.


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03 Mar 1931 - GLOUCESTER lost small area along Good Intent Road to CAMDEN [not mapped].

14 May 1938 - Boundaries between GLOUCESTER, ATLANTIC, and CAMDEN redefined [no change].

26 Jun 1950 - GLOUCESTER lost a very small area along Great Egg Harbor River to CAMDEN [not mapped].

10 Jul 1998 - GLOUCESTER lost small area in Washington township to CAMDEN [not mapped].

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Our “Gen-Tool Kit” has been primarily designed for those researchers who may be traveling to this location to perform on-site studies of their family history, or to just visit some of the interesting historical sites located in the area.  It can be very satisfying to mix research with sightseeing at historical and scenic spots.  Such activity not only gives you an understanding of the land but a needed break from intense research sessions.  When visiting an ancestral county for genealogical research we’ve found that the three most important places to visit are the county courthouse; the county library; and the county historical and/or genealogical societies.  It is also good to plan ahead by contacting any site you intend visiting in order to ascertain where it is and when it will be open.  This is especially true with regard to historical and genealogical societies.  We hope that the following information will provide you with a better idea of what resources are available, within this county, to the family historian.


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National Register of Historic Places listings in Gloucester County, New Jersey

·         Gloucester County Bibliography

·         Gloucester County Historical Markers

·         Notes on old Gloucester County, New Jersey 1917

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·         Camden City, Atlantic City, Woodbury, Mount Holly 1872

·         Camden, Gloucester counties 1872

·         The Changing Landscape of Gloucester Co., N.J.

·         The city of Woodbury, New Jersey 1886

·         Gloucester & Salem Co. Land Ownership Atlas 1876 ($)

·         Gloucester County 1895 U.S. Atlas

·         Gloucester County Gazetteer

·         Gloucester County Post Offices

·         Gloucester County Post Offices 1846

·         Gloucester County Topo Maps and Aerial Photos

·         Lower Delaware 1888

·         Quad List of Clayton, New Jersey

·         Quad List of Deptford, New Jersey

·         Quad List of East Greenwich, New Jersey

·         Quad List of Elk, New Jersey

·         Quad List of Glassboro, New Jersey

·         Quad List of Jefferson, New Jersey

·         Quad List of Logan, New Jersey

·         Quad List of Mantua, New Jersey

·         Quad List of Pitman, New Jersey

·         Quad List of South Harrison, New Jersey

·         Quad List of West Deptford, New Jersey

·         Quad List of Woolwich, New Jersey

·         Salem and Gloucester Counties 1876

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Bridgeport

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Clayton

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Colonial Manor

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Eagleton

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Glassboro

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Glassboro Township

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Grenloch

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Mantua

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Mantua Township

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Mullica Hill

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey National Park

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Newbold

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Newfield

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Paulsboro

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Pitman

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Swedesboro

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Temperanceville

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Verga

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Wenonah

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Westville

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Williamstown

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Woodbury Heights

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Woodbury

·         Sanborn Maps of New Jersey Woodbury Park

·         Southern interior 1888

·         Tiger Map Server Browser

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