Open for research from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Please click on "Archives Rules" for additional information.
Under the direction of M. Claire French, Monmouth County Clerk.
Preserves inactive county government records that are retained on a permanent basis in organized record series for historical, genealogical, and other research purposes. These records include documents pertaining to deeds, court cases, naturalizations, and many other subjects.
Provides services to the public by telephone, FAX, E-mail, and on-site.
Phone: 732-308-3771 FAX: 732-780-4458
Educates the public about Monmouth County history through public programs and reference services.
Various record groups are available to researchers at the Monmouth County Archives. You can click on each record group for a detailed finding aid explaining the records.
The Monmouth County Archives does not hold birth or death records. You can contact either the the New Jersey State Archives for vital statistics records between May 1848 to May 1900 or the New Jersey State Department of Health, Trenton for records beginning in June 1878 to the present.
All of our services are provided in accordance with Rules for the Use of the Monmouth County Archives.
Exhibits and special events educate the community.
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference and the Society of American Archivists help the Monmouth County Archives support the archival profession.
You can reach us by phone or email:
Gary Saretzky, Archivist,
Shelagh Reilly, Administrative Assistant, (appointments)