Statewide recording of vital records is as follows.
The New Jersey Vital Statistics–Customer Service Unit, New Jersey State Department of Health has:
- Birth records since May 1848
- Marriage records since May 1848
- Death records since May 1848
See more detailed information, including what is available at the county or city levels: Ancestry.com Wiki - New Jersey Vital Records
Based on Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
Polish American Marriage Database
The Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut and the Northeast has posted a Polish-American Marriage Database on their website. This database contains the names of couples of Polish origin who were married in select locations in the Northeast United States. The information was taken from marriage records, newspaper marriage announcements, town reports, parish histories or information submitted by Society members. The time period generally covered by these lists is 1892-1940. It includes the States of Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Vermont. Connecticut and Jersey City, NJ will be added at a later date. Please read the introduction before using this database for a complete description of its contents.
WorldVitalRecords.com - American Marriage Records Before 1699
American Marriage Records Before 1699. William Montgomery Clemens. (1926). This interesting compilation contains the marriage records of many of the early colonists of New England, Long Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and the Carolinas. Its 12,000 recorded marriages constitute a directory of the earliest residents in America. Names are arranged alphabetically in block letters from A to Z with original spelling variants, and information supplied with each entry includes the exact date and place of marriage. This book is an outgrowth of twenty years of research in church records and in national, state, and town archives, and is the brainchild of the compiler of the celebrated North and South Carolina Marriage Records.