• “Welsh Founders of Pennsylvania” by Thomas Allen Glenn – This book is an excellent resource for researching early Welsh settlers in Pennsylvania. Also available on Ancestry.com.
  • Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death & Burial Records from Non-Parish Sources in the United Kingdom, 1534 to 1865 – This is an excellent resource for records of early settlers who were Methodists, Wesleyans, Baptists, Independents, Protestant Dissenters, Congregationalist, Presbyterians, Unitarians, Quakers (Society of Friends), Dissenters and Russian Orthodox.
  • Search Birth, Marriage, Death, Military Records & More at Family Search – This genealogy website contains records that span billions of names across hundreds of collections—including birth, marriage, death, probate, land, military, IGI extracted, and more.
  • Search for Historic Marriage Records, Warrants & Surveys, Revolutionary War Damages and More at the New Jersey Archives – The New Jersey archives has an extensive database which includes a number of historical records which can be located and purchased for a small fee.
  • “Roster of the People of Revolutionary Monmouth County, New Jersey” by Michael S. Adelberg – Between 1776 and 1783, approximately 6,000 Monmouth County residents participated in the American Revolution. This book contains an alphabetical listing of the adult males who enlisted, along with additional identifying information.