Cape May County - Now

Cape May County Information

Cape May County Official Website

Cape May County Historical & Genealogical Society


Dennisville Historic Home Owners Association

Stone Harbor Museum

Wildwood Historical Society

Wildwood Crest Historical Society

For Genealogic Information

Cape May County USGenWeb

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Great Day Trips in Cape May County

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What's New!!   

A great addition to the Lighthouse on links  page - Amazing history and gret pictures too, a first class site. Check it out!


Mrs.. Jarena Lee, first black woman preacher in the A.M.E. Church. 1820, Daughter of Cape May County

I have added a web page about her, but would be very happy to hear from anyone with more information on this wonderful woman's life.

 Susan Ditmire               

Getting the most out of this site. All the words in bright blue and the graphics outlined in bright blue have links to more information. Some of the links are within this site, some are to other sites of mine and many are to sources I found while browsing the internet. Links outside of the Cape May County - ALHN site open in a new window.

This site is divided into the following categories:

Cape May County History   A combination essay and link to other sites on the Internet, that give history of the county. (Always under construction) - Listed below are my Cape May County History Pages

Native Americans in New Jersey
 Lenni-Lenape - The Original People


The Stillwell Sisters - Revolutionary War Heroines 
from Beesleys Point.


The Leaming and Yates Families, a letter
I have been following a lot of discussion about the migration of people from South Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio. Since I migrated from Clermont County, OH to South Jersey in 1982, I find this very interesting and amusing. I found a letter in the June 1940, The Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy, that, I think, will add to the discussion.

A bio of Rev. John Collins
(Another migrant from South Jersey to Clermont County, Ohio.)


Reminisces of a Working Family  (1800-1920).
Another great article from the early issues of  The Cape May County Magazine of History and Genealogy

Mrs. Susan Swain Voss Smith Terry of South Seaville ( The Voss Family)


Cape May County History Comes Alive contains suggestions for outings and links to sites that you shouldn't miss.  


Cape May County Links  Community and Region History Links

NJ Pinelands   Unique people, places and events.  


NJ Barrier Islands   Life on the Islands (links page)


South Jersey Lighthouses - Links page


Cape May County Participate in History.
A participation page for sharing information and links for genealogical resources and local living history sites.


"Very Good Map with Town and Natural Site locations"
 I copied the map here, but be sure to follow the link to the Cape May Department of Tourism Site.

"History Belongs to All of Us"
Help it come alive,  participate in your local Historic Society.

Site created and maintained by  Susan Ditmire  , comments & suggestions, always welcome.

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