Raritan Dutch Reformed Church Records

Harlingen Church 2142 U. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society in New York City. 18 June 1768: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey. At Bergen County's oldest church congregation, The First Dutch Reformed Church on the Green in Hackensack, New Jersey, the silent graveyard. On July 28th, 1766 seventy heads of the families of Dutch settlers in the Millstone Valley petitioned the ministers and elders of the Dutch Reformed churches at Raritan, New Brunswick, Six Mile Run,and Harlingen, to be allowed to form a separate church at Millstone. With that the RCA moved toward mainline These Dutch Americans are performing in the 1985 Tulip Festival, an annual event that takes place in Holland, Michigan. Prior to this, according to their records, worship was at the Reformed Church of Duanesburg (1798-1804). Unless you know the family's religion. 38), at that time the Society's library > contained manuscript copies of the Raritan church records. Hendrick, no records available. Somerville, N. I was thinking today, "Some people have a lot of information and know a lot more about Simonson genealogy than I do. Staten Island, New York Church Records, 1749-1828. Beginning in the 1690s and through the first two decades of the 1700s, many families with roots in Kings County, Long Island, made the move to the Raritan area. The Dutch also realized they could establish their own church, the Dutch Reformed Church, and live in freedom. Provo, UT: Ancestry. Katsbaan Reformed Church 1801 Old Kings Highway, Saugerties, Ulster County, New York, 12477 Established in 1710 ~ Built in 1732 Records at Katsbaan start November 8th, 1730. Organized in 1699, the First Reformed Church of Raritan, now in Somerville, New Jersey, was the first Reformed Dutch Church established in the Raritan Valley region. Membership – from 1796. The Classis of Amsterdam controlled the church in New Netherland. 40–50 3 2 Revolutionary Soldiers of New Providence Jones, Chester Neville 1927–Oct. Cornelius 5 Van Nuys was baptized on 13 Jul 1735 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan, NJ. ,NY; Listed as COESAER. The Christian Reformed Church was organized in 1857, and you'll find more than a century's worth of birth, marriage, and death details on members in these records. 1715, the First Presbyterian Church in Raritan twp. Then, in 1792, the Dutch Reformed Church became an independent denomination known as the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (RCA). The 2 1 ⁄ 2-story brick house was the home of the first ministers of the first Dutch Reformed Churches in the area, built by the combined efforts of the congregations in Somerville, New Jersey, and Raritan, New Jersey, in 1751. Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen (c. In the 1667 map of Brooklyn shown on the left, Bedford is located in the lower right hand corner, southeast of “Brookland [Brooklyn] Parish” and almost due south of Wallabout Bay off the East River. See what indexes might assist you, but always verify information in the original records. The last will and testament of Cornelius Van Hovgem is also recorded in the Flatbush Town Records. Katsbaan Reformed Church 1801 Old Kings Highway, Saugerties, Ulster County, New York, 12477 Established in 1710 ~ Built in 1732 Records at Katsbaan start November 8th, 1730. 40–50 3 2 Revolutionary Soldiers of New Providence Jones, Chester Neville 1927–Oct. Tetlow Real Photo Post Card. For most religions, the baptism took place within two weeks of the birth. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online. ] Family Record #5391 (Genealogical Society of New Jersey). Baptism records for the First Reformed Dutch Church at Raritan, now in Somerville, New Jersey, continued to be published in the Somerset County Historical Quarterly, volumes 5 (1916) and 6 (1917). And all, who ia any way have given information or aid, will please. 03) Galle Day Tour with Stilt Fishing Experience from Colombo (From $66. Forty years at Raritan : eight memorial sermons with notes for a history of the Reformed Dutch Churches in Somerset County, N. Volume 5 covers the dates 10 January 1808 to 9 May 1824. J [database on-line]. Six Mile Run - Reformed Church - Organized 1710. 1778 Claude Joseph Sauthier Map of New York and parts of New Jersey, with the approximate location of towns mentioned in the dissertation 40 6. The two congregations shared the building on alternate weeks until 1848, when the Lutherans sold their interest in the building to the Reformed congregation. Ramapo Lutheran Church, Mahwah, 1750 - 1817: New Jersey: Bergen Co. Also, a number of these Reformed Dutch Church records have been published. A frame church replaced it in 1749. Howard, 1911-1916. Marriage Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York From Samuel S. The records of the First Reformed Church in Raritan (now Somerville), New Jersey show six children of Peter and Anna Margaretha being baptized there from 1733/34 until 1743. Abraham Messler, Pastor of said Church. Within a year, a new church was erected in what is now the Finderne section of Bridgewater. Consistorial records - from 1796. BOX 25/15 MILLVILLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:. com has just published a new record set: “U. These opportunities played a major role in the establishment of the town of Raritan. The Dutch Reformed Church is the oldest Protestant church with a continuous ministry - and also the oldest corporation - in North America. DELIVERED JULY 21, 1832(4) AT THE LAYING OF THE CORNER STONE OF A NEW HOUSE OF WORSHIP. Old Stone Church, Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, NY, built in 1715 30 5. The terms “Reformed” and “Protestant” come from 16th century Europe, when refo. : Printed By Gore & Allison. 520 was acquired in 1709 and the present edifice was erected in 1826. Van Doren 1927–July 31–39 3 2 Baptismal Register of Second River (Belleville) Dutch Reformed Church, 1727–1794 (See comments) 1927–Oct. 00) Shore Excursion to Galle Fort From Colombo Port (From $65. An early Dutch Reformed Church was formed in the early 1700s by Theodorus Frelinghuysen at Raritan along the Raritan River. Then in the year following he was in Midwout, at which time his wife was transferred from the Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, to the French Church in Manhattan, by certificate, but her name does not appear in the early French records of that church. A frame church replaced it in 1749. In 1834, twenty-four members withdrew and organized the Second Reformed Church in Somerville. Frelinghuysen served as minister to several of the Dutch Reformed Churches (congregations at Raritan, New Brunswick, Six-Mile Run, Three-Mile Run, and North Branch) in the Raritan River valley of New Jersey which he served until his death in 1747 or 1748. Home of Rutgers College in 1780; historic marker 1777; Washington’s Headquarter’s. He was married on April 12, 1685 in New Utrecht (Brooklyn), Kings County, New York, United States to Helena Cortelyou, they had 6 children. 31, 1660 to Dec 13, 1719: From Corporation Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1869, pages 448 to 504; FHL film #0017529, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939), Copied and translated from the Dutch by Teunis G. A Dutch Reformed church was located at the village. On July 28th, 1766 seventy heads of the families of Dutch settlers in the Millstone Valley petitioned the ministers and elders of the Dutch Reformed churches at Raritan, New Brunswick, Six Mile Run,and Harlingen, to be allowed to form a separate church at Millstone. Both churches continued to grow and a cordial relationship was maintained between the First and Second Reformed Churches of Somerville throughout the next 140 years. It is a denominational member of the Reformed Church of America, dating from April 10, 1628. The Reformed Church in America The Peapack Reformed Church is a member congregation of the Reformed Church in America (RCA), the oldest active Protestant denomination in the United States, known originally as the Dutch Reformed Church. Raritan became a trading center for neighboring farmers. Records from Dutch Reformed churches in other states will be added in the future. Van Doren Place 1895; The John Van Doren House – pen and ink drwg. Plaintiff Clover Hill Reformed Church (the “congregation”) is a tax-exempt, non-profit religious organization incorporated under New Jersey law as the Reformed Dutch Church of Clover Hill on September 4, 1834. 520 was acquired in 1709 and the present edifice was erected in 1826. Several marriages are listed for Thomas Whitenack: On 26 Nov 1826 to Ann Van Dome. Baptisms from the Raritan Reformed Church, Somerville, NJ, 1699 - 1829. In 1720, he immigrated to New Jersey to establish a church for the Dutch settlements along the Raritan River in Somerset and Middlesex counties, New Jersey. Provo, UT: Ancestry. , prior to his ordination as a Dutch Reformed minister in 1757. The two congregations shared the building on alternate weeks until 1848, when the Lutherans sold their interest in the building to the Reformed congregation. Cornelius 5 Van Nuys was baptized on 13 Jul 1735 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan, NJ. Although this was a Dutch Church a number of the male members were English or French, who had married Dutch wives, and the Coryell's were among the latter. The Dutch also realized they could establish their own church, the Dutch Reformed Church, and live in freedom. Provo, UT: Ancestry. The Reformed Church in America is a fellowship of congregations called by God and empowered by the Holy Spirit to be the very presence of Jesus Christ in the world. And he and his wife became members of the Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church in 1660, the year it was started. Roelof/Ralph Aten (son of Paul and Maria (Van Duyne) Aten) 30 July 1775: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey. Order confirming to the consistory of the Dutch Reformed religion the church standing in Fort William Hendrick, New Orange Order confirming to the consistory, &c. 1836: died. 31, 1660 to Dec 13, 1719: From Corporation Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1869, pages 448 to 504; FHL film #0017529, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939), Copied and translated from the Dutch by Teunis G. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809 Excerpted from Year Books of the Holland Society of New York. 3, from an article beginning on p. Dutch Reformed Church Records, 1639-1989 includes Bedminster, Harlingen, Middlebush, Milston, Neshanic, New Milstone, North Branch, Raritan, Somerville, Six Mile Run and South Bound Brook (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Court and Legal Records. History of the APGAR FAMILY in America (Apgar Family Association, Inc. Frelinghuysen is most remembered for his religious contributions in the Raritan Valley during the beginnings of the First Great Awakening. For most religions, the baptism took place within two weeks of the birth. Paramus Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms At Paramus (NJ) 1740-1850, together with records from the gravestones in the church yard: New Jersey: Bergen Co. According to Tripadvisor travelers, these are the best ways to experience Dutch Reformed Church: Day Excursions to Galle Fort & Bentota from Colombo (From $52. The 2 1 ⁄ 2-story brick house was the home of the first ministers of the first Dutch Reformed Churches in the area, built by the combined efforts of the congregations in Somerville, New Jersey, and Raritan, New Jersey, in 1751. , Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926”. Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. Volume 5 covers the dates 10 January 1808 to 9 May 1824. Family A1153: Caroline Elizabeth baptized 1 July 1832. Frelinghuysen served as minister to several of the Dutch Reformed Churches (congregations at Raritan, New Brunswick, Six-Mile Run, Three-Mile Run, and North Branch) in the Raritan River valley of New Jersey which he served until his death in 1747 or 1748. The Reformed Dutch Church of New Brunswick was organized in 1717, when Dutch folks at the River and Lawrence Brook built a church. She was christened on 9 January 1737 in the Dutch Reformed Church, Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York : marriages from 11 December, 1639, to 26 August, 1801 by Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York; Purple, Samuel S. Within a year, a new church was erected in what is now the Finderne section of Bridgewater. DELIVERED JULY 21, 1832(4) AT THE LAYING OF THE CORNER STONE OF A NEW HOUSE OF WORSHIP. Check the following places for these published records. Their other children are documented in the New Brunswick Dutch Reformed Church and include 2 additional sons, one of whom is also documented in the records of the Rev War. 2-4 (1913-1915). Prior to this, according to their records, worship was at the Reformed Church of Duanesburg (1798-1804). 3556 harlingenchurch. At first the early Dutch settlers in New Netherland held informal meetings for worship until Jonas Michaelius organized a congregation in New Amsterdam in 1628, called the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church. 3, from an article beginning on p. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York. 5 (9) 1743-1769 LANCASTER 1730. The only Schenck marriage on this entire microfilm was for Matijs Christoffel Schenck, 28 February, 1617. Consistorial records – from 1796. This section contains a partial list of cemeteries in Cape May County NJ. Paramus Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms At Paramus (NJ) 1740-1850, together with records from the gravestones in the church yard: New Jersey: Bergen Co. Jannetje was born in Kingston on the 18th of June in 1671. , Dutch Christian Reformed Church Vital Records, 1856-1970. Baptismal records. records of the dutch reformed church kingston,ny. Howard, 1911-1916. We have also used the name of the church when this building was erected, not the current name. Records: Baptisms - from 1743. The log church was replaced prior to 1739 with a larger structure, and again in 1798 by the present Ramapo Reformed Church, which the Lutheran and Dutch Reformed congregations built together. Chapter Two: The Union of 1850: The Classis of Holland Joins the Protestant Reformed Dutch Church The Reformed believers of the Holland, Michigan, area celebrated two significant sesquicentennial events in 1997 and 1998--the founding of the Holland colony (1847) and the organizing of the Classis of Holland (1848), which is the parent ecclesiastical organization of the midwestern RCA churches. Also, a number of these Reformed Dutch Church records have been published. Teunis died in about 1663, sometime before June 7th when his wife Femmetje was recorded on a document as a widow. Baptisms from Greenwich Presbyterian Church. The Reformed Church in America is a fellowship of congregations called by God and empowered by the Holy Spirit to be the very presence of Jesus Christ in the world. Family A5: Petrus (Peter Whitenack baptized at Six Mile Run Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, Somerset Co. Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York. In part, microfilm of minutes of the Classis of Raritan, and 2 v. Churches in boldface are either listed on the National Register of Historic Places or are otherwise of special interest. , 1721-1851 Family History Library. 31, 1660 to Dec 13, 1719: From Corporation Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1869, pages 448 to 504; FHL film #0017529, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939), Copied and translated from the Dutch by Teunis G. The Dutch Reformed Church played an important role this expansion. ) Click on the Tree above to return to the General Section Main Page. Forty years at Raritan : eight memorial sermons with notes for a history of the Reformed Dutch Churches in Somerset County, N. NEW JERSEY - A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH RARITAN, FROM IT'S ORGANIZATION TO THE YEAR 1834. See full list on familysearch. We have also used the name of the church when this building was erected, not the current name. Dutch Reformed [edit | edit source] 1746-1835 - "Record of Marriages in the First Reformed (Dutch) Church. Beeke, Joel R. Over the years, the Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan grew and prospered. New Jersey, Marriage Records, 1683-1802 (extracts from early New Jersey records, including bonds and licenses) New Jersey German Reformed Church Records, 1763-1802 Other Collections New Jersey, County Naturalization Records, 1749-1986 New Jersey, Abstract of Wills, 1670-1817 Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 1670-1760. Check the following places for these published records. 7 1/8" x 4 1/2". Baptisms from the Readington Reformed Church, Readington, NJ, 1720 - 1832. Both churches continued to grow and a cordial relationship was maintained between the First and Second Reformed Churches of Somerville throughout the next 140 years. Dauven wrote: > Liz, > > I have found one thing that may help you. Unless you know the family's religion. The baptism records were published in all four issues of volume 5. He was married on April 12, 1685 in New Utrecht (Brooklyn), Kings County, New York, United States to Helena Cortelyou, they had 6 children. 105-111 (1974-1980): 106:139. Records from Dutch Reformed churches in other states will be added in the future. See full list on familysearch. The next year he became pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church in Raritan. R28 V259 1865 - Discourse preached at the dedication of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Readington, N. Plaintiff Clover Hill Reformed Church (the “congregation”) is a tax-exempt, non-profit religious organization incorporated under New Jersey law as the Reformed Dutch Church of Clover Hill on September 4, 1834. Memorial pillars and windows in the church commemorate Pierre Billiou and other early settlers of Staten Island (HSI, 170). Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack & Schraalenburgh, NJ Part II: New Jersey: Bergen Co. See full list on dutchgenealogy. The Dutch Reformed Church played an important role in this expansion. Order confirming to the consistory of the Dutch Reformed religion the church standing in Fort William Hendrick, New Orange Order confirming to the consistory, &c. Earlier records have been transferred to the State Archives. The other churches were the Raritan Dutch Reformed Church, now Somerville, and the North Branch Dutch Reformed Church, now Readington. 4 (3 Moravian) Lancaster County Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. Click on Church Records--Indexes, if available. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. This section contains a partial list of cemeteries in Cape May County NJ. Consistorial records – from 1796. Beeke] on Amazon. Dutch Reformed Church, New Paltz, 1817-1882 ; Reformed Dutch Church, Klyne Esopus & East New Paltz, 1791-1921, Alice J. Progenitors of the Crozatt, Corzatt, Cosad, Cozad, Casad, and most of the Cozart families. History of the APGAR FAMILY in America (Apgar Family Association, Inc. Original Blue Wraps. The only Schenck marriage on this entire microfilm was for Matijs Christoffel Schenck, 28 February, 1617. He was married on April 12, 1685 in New Utrecht (Brooklyn), Kings County, New York, United States to Helena Cortelyou, they had 6 children. Hardenbergh (1736-1790), part of a prominent Dutch family from the Hudson River valley in New York, studied theology in Somerset County, N. Forty years at Raritan : eight memorial sermons with notes for a history of the Reformed Dutch Churches in Somerset County, N. Old Stone Church, 1715. 1723 Raritan, New Jersey Sarah b. 520 was acquired in 1709 and the present edifice was erected in 1826. Records of the Reformed Protestand Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N. , July 20, 1865 / Record Type: Library BX9531. Beginning in the 1690s and through the first two decades of the 1700s, many families with roots in Kings County, Long Island, made the move to the Raritan area. On July 28th, 1766 seventy head of the families of Dutch settlers in the Millstone Valley petitioned the ministers and elders of the Dutch Reformed churches at Raritan, New Brunswick, Six Mile Run,and Harlingen, to be allowed to form a separate church at Millstone. Dutch Reformed Church of East Millstone, NJ (c. It was incorporated March 28, 1796 and reincorporated. : Printed By Gore & Allison. The Reformed Dutch Church of New Brunswick was organized in 1717, when Dutch folks at the River and Lawrence Brook built a church. It would be nice if they could also be able to also make posts on this blog. 1715, the First Presbyterian Church in Raritan twp. ,NY; Listed as COESAER. The 2 1 ⁄ 2-story brick house was the home of the first ministers of the first Dutch Reformed Churches in the area, built by the combined efforts of the congregations in Somerville, New Jersey, and Raritan, New Jersey, in 1751. Memorial pillars and windows in the church commemorate Pierre Billiou and other early settlers of Staten Island (HSI, 170). Dutch Reformed Church, New Paltz, 1817-1882 ; Reformed Dutch Church, Klyne Esopus & East New Paltz, 1791-1921, Alice J. Check the following places for these published records. 1670 New York d. Indian deed, November 19, 1681, for lands on Raritan River, at Tuckaramohackinge. Relates controversy between early Somerset County Reformed churches at Raritan (now Somerville) and Millstone (now Hillsborough). Hardenbergh (1736-1790), part of a prominent Dutch family from the Hudson River valley in New York, studied theology in Somerset County, N. For most religions, the baptism took place within two weeks of the birth. Volume 5 covers the dates 10 January 1808 to 9 May 1824. 1718, the Dutch Reformed Church of Readington 1720, Quakertown Friends Meeting in Quakertown 1723, St. Records of the Reformed Protestand Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N. Memorial pillars and windows in the church commemorate Pierre Billiou and other early settlers of Staten Island (HSI, 170). Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. Churches in boldface are either listed on the National Register of Historic Places or are otherwise of special interest. Worden: New Paltz Reformed Dutch Church, 1817-1882. Their other children are documented in the New Brunswick Dutch Reformed Church and include 2 additional sons, one of whom is also documented in the records of the Rev War. Then in the year following he was in Midwout, at which time his wife was transferred from the Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, to the French Church in Manhattan, by certificate, but her name does not appear in the early French records of that church. Provo, UT: Ancestry. Frelinghuysen is most remembered for his religious contributions in the Raritan Valley during the beginnings of the First Great Awakening. com has just published a new record set: “U. GODSHALK : birt: deat: Eva KUSTER marr: ABT 1713 birt: 1688 plac: Kaldenkirchen,,Rheinland,Germany deat: 1736/1790. Jolm Frelinglmysen, and the later Dutch records, as well as the extracts from the records kept at Raritan during the ministry of Rev. Volume 5 covers the dates 10 January 1808 to 9 May 1824. Beeke] on Amazon. The oldest church still standing is the one I named above, which was organized in 1659. Preaching visits were. At first the early Dutch settlers in New Netherland held informal meetings for worship until Jonas Michaelius organized a congregation in New Amsterdam in 1628, called the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church. Records: Baptisms – from 1743. Family A1153: Caroline Elizabeth baptized 1 July 1832. According to the 1915 > Holland Society Yearbook (p. Digital version at Ancestry ($). Forerunner of the Great Awakening: Sermons by Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen (1691-1747) (Historical Series of the Reformed Church in America (HSRCA) [Joel R. He married Sarah Van Meter Abt 1730 at Monocacy Hundred,. [2] The baptismal records of six of their seven children are recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Harlingen, NJ:. The first Reformed congregation in North America was established in New Amsterdam (now New York City) in 1628 and continues to this day as the Collegiate Dutch Reformed Church. Consistorial records - from 1796. ,NY; Listed as COESAER. Original Blue Wraps. Churches in boldface are either listed on the National Register of Historic Places or are otherwise of special interest. Organized in 1699, the First Reformed Church of Raritan, now in Somerville, New Jersey, was the first Reformed Dutch Church established in the Raritan Valley region. Catholic church records were usually kept in Latin whereas Dutch reformed church records were usually kept in Dutch. Morgan’s application to the court and his qualifying, he was installed on October 17, 1709, as first pastor of the Reformed Church, of Freehold and Middletown, a double congregation of Dutch settlers, sometimes called "the congregation of the Navesink,” the second act of installation in the Reformed Church in the Jersies. Old Stone Church, 1715. Will dated 4 April 1726 Cornelius Wyckoff of Flatlands in Kings County, being in good health. Family A51 : Thomas born 13 Jun 1800 and died 3 Jan 1879. The Holland Society of New York City. Western Theological Seminary Church File (RCA Churches unless otherwise indicated) Alabama, Brewton – Bergen Memorial Community Alabama, Mobile – Anchor Community Arizona, Glendale – Christ's Community (formerly Westown in Arizona-Phoenix) Arizona, Paradise Valley – Hope Community Arizona, Phoenix – Longview Community Arizona, Scottsdale – Glass and Garden Drive-in Arizona, Tempe. Phillipus French, b. He is mentioned several times in the records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Midwout. Our shared task is to equip congregations for ministry—a thousand churches in a million ways doing one thing—following Christ in mission, in a lost and broken world so loved by God. Paramus Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms At Paramus (NJ) 1740-1850, together with records from the gravestones in the church yard: New Jersey: Bergen Co. Baptisms from the Readington Reformed Church, Readington, NJ, 1720 - 1832. Church records, 1715-1922 (Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (Oldwick, New Jersey)) Family History Library Church records, 1800-1921 (Reformed Church (Bedminster, New Jersey)) Family History Library Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Several of his descendants became influential theologians and. 1747) was a German-American Dutch-Reformed Minister, theologian and the progenitor of the Frelinghuysen family in the United States of America. Church records not only provide vital details for your ancestor, they. The land was leased from Kingston Commons March 1, 1731. , at a union service of the Reformed churches of the city, on the occasion of the celebration by the city of the 250th anniversary of the beginning of its settlement by the Dutch and the English, and of the 200th anniversary of the. The blank fields mean we have no solid data. Tetlow Real Photo Post Card. Following the course of the Hudson River in the north via New York Harbor to the Raritan River in the south, settlement and population grew along what George Washington called the "Dutch Belt". Several of his descendants became influential theologians and. Roelof/Ralph Aten (son of Paul and Maria (Van Duyne) Aten) 30 July 1775: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey. Born in the Netherlands in 1691, Frelinghuysen studied theology and was ordained a minister in the Dutch Reformed Church at the age of 26. 4 (3 Moravian) Lancaster County Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. Somerville, N. Church records, 1715-1922 (Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (Oldwick, New Jersey)) Family History Library Church records, 1800-1921 (Reformed Church (Bedminster, New Jersey)) Family History Library Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N. ] Family A116 : John Whitenack born 26 Dec 1797 and. Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen I (1692 – c. With that the RCA moved toward mainline These Dutch Americans are performing in the 1985 Tulip Festival, an annual event that takes place in Holland, Michigan. Third Jurisdiction Church Of God In Christ New Jersey: 115 Greenwood Ave, Township Of Montclai, NJ 07042-4024: NJ: 2001-01: $0: 10: Third Reformed Church: 67 S Prospect Ave, Hackensack, NJ 07601-1847: NJ: 1968-01: $0: 11: Third Reformed Dutch Church: 10 W Somerset St, Raritan, NJ 08869-2001: NJ: 1977-07: $0: 12: Third Westminster Presbyterian. Over the years, the Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan grew and prospered. The next year he became pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church in Raritan. Thomas Episcopalian Church in Alexandria twp. The Dutch had a tremendous impact on the early development of the township. 3 1 Gravestone Records from Raritan Cemetery, Somerville Honeyman, Mr. Organized in 1699, the First Reformed Church of Raritan, now in Somerville, New Jersey, was the first Reformed Dutch Church established in the Raritan Valley region. The Dutch settlers established a Dutch Reformed Church in 1699. His son Frederick Frelinghuysen was a Captain in the Continental Army. Suffer me Gentlemen to wish the reformed church at Raritan a long continuance of its present Minister and consistory and all the blessings which flow from piety and religion. NJ Barent and wife, Sarah, lived at Tarrytown, NY, being members of the Sleepy Hollow Dutch Reformed Church, where we find records of the baptism of several of their children. 3 1 Gravestone Records from Raritan Cemetery, Somerville Honeyman, Mr. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society in New York City. 1: 23: 269b. Abraham Messler, Pastor of said Church. Volume 5 covers the dates 10 January 1808 to 9 May 1824. This section contains a partial list of cemeteries in Cape May County NJ. Check the following places for these published records. Staten Island, New York Church Records, 1749-1828. Bethel Baptist Meetinghouse (1767). Clover Hill Reformed Church 249 Amwell Rd also listed at 890 Amwell Hillsborough, NJ 08844-5143 Phone: (908)369-8451. That's 731 pages published by the Holland Society,. Copy of a W. Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery, 53. Frelinghuysen served as minister to several of the Dutch Reformed Churches (congregations at Raritan, New Brunswick, Six-Mile Run, Three-Mile Run, and North Branch) in the Raritan River valley of New Jersey which he served until his death in 1747 or 1748. Their other children are documented in the New Brunswick Dutch Reformed Church and include 2 additional sons, one of whom is also documented in the records of the Rev War. 1778 Claude Joseph Sauthier Map of New York and parts of New Jersey, with the approximate location of towns mentioned in the dissertation 40 6. Then, in 1792, the Dutch Reformed Church became an independent denomination known as the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (RCA). 40–50 3 2 Revolutionary Soldiers of New Providence Jones, Chester Neville 1927–Oct. , 1721-1851 Family History Library. Frelinghuysen is most remembered for his religious contributions in the Raritan Valley during the beginnings of the First Great Awakening. This record set was created by the Holland Society and currently contains records of Dutch Reformed churches in New York and New Jersey. R28 V768 1969 - Readington Reformed Church, Readington, New Jersey, 1719-1969 /. 7 1/8" x 4 1/2". , July 20, 1865 / Record Type: Library BX9531. J [database on-line]. The only Schenck marriage on this entire microfilm was for Matijs Christoffel Schenck, 28 February, 1617. The records of most Reformed churches in this borough begin in the mid-1800s, with one exception - the Fordham Reformed Protestant Dutch Church was originally organized in 1696 by the collegiate churches that owned Fordham Manor. Abraham Messler, Pastor of said Church. The Dutch Reformed Church played an important role this expansion. 2 (First Reformed) HY RX VA AG BA BD BR LC MA RX 1736-1806 Lancaster County Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. [Records from the Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan, later named First Reformed Church of Raritan (now Somerville), Somerset County New Jersey. , Hunterdon County, New Jersey and Baptist Church records 1749, Hopewell, Mercer County, New Jersey ; First Presbyterian Church : list of members 1867-1888. Suffer me Gentlemen to wish the reformed church at Raritan a long continuance of its present Minister and consistory and all the blessings which flow from piety and religion. BOX 25/15 MILLVILLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:. 4 (3 Moravian) Lancaster County Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. Over the last two weeks I have scanned and edited the records of marriages of and baptisms from 1683 through 1809. Beginning at a church meeting in New York City in 1755, John’s brother Theodore Frelinghuysen (1724–1761), along with other Dutch Reformed clergy, began to petition the Church to install a college and seminary in British America. [2] The baptismal records of six of their seven children are recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Harlingen, NJ:. ] Family Record #5391 (Genealogical Society of New Jersey). The turbulent history of the church is closely intertwined with that of the country. Baptism records for the First Reformed Dutch Church at Raritan, now in Somerville, New Jersey, continued to be published in the Somerset County Historical Quarterly, volumes 5 (1916) and 6 (1917). Cornelius died in Raritan 25 Aug 1775, and Rebecca died the same year. 1697 in NYC, who married 2 nd, Anna Farmar - only their first child, Phillipus, was baptised in the New York Dutch Reformed Church. WorldCat Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N. He was married on April 12, 1685 in New Utrecht (Brooklyn), Kings County, New York, United States to Helena Cortelyou, they had 6 children. Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen I (1692 – c. Bethel Baptist Meetinghouse (1767). New Jersey (Somerset County), Basking Ridge — 43 — Early Church — American Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site — A pioneer log church was built under the ancient oak before 1731. Their other children are documented in the New Brunswick Dutch Reformed Church and include 2 additional sons, one of whom is also documented in the records of the Rev War. 1715, the First Presbyterian Church in Raritan twp. ) owned by Monmouth County Historical Association and transcripts (typewritten) made in 1935 of records of True Reformed Dutch Church (Montville, N. The first Reformed congregation in North America was established in New Amsterdam (now New York City) in 1628 and continues to this day as the Collegiate Dutch Reformed Church. Mary Mae Hartsough and Leroy Eugene Hartsock show that 5 additional children were born to them from 1745-1753. Baptismal and marriage registers of the old Dutch church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York by Kingston, N. ' The beginning records show the date the Banns were registered, NOT the date of marriage. Family A1153: Caroline Elizabeth baptized 1 July 1832. Denys Nye Nyssen Denyse was born before April 12, 1654 in Nieuw Amsterdam, New York, United States. Dutch Reformed [edit | edit source] 1746-1835 - "Record of Marriages in the First Reformed (Dutch) Church. of original records of First Reformed Church of Freehold (Marlboro, N. DELIVERED JULY 21, 1832(4) AT THE LAYING OF THE CORNER STONE OF A NEW HOUSE OF WORSHIP. Forty years at Raritan : eight memorial sermons with notes for a history of the Reformed Dutch Churches in Somerset County, N. New Jersey Vital Records. [Records from the Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan, later named First Reformed Church of Raritan (now Somerville), Somerset County New Jersey. 3, from an article beginning on p. “Fiches collectie van trouwen in de Nederlands Hervormde Kerk: Fiches Trouwen 1583-1624”. , 1721-1851 Family History Library. He was a magistrate from 1658 to 1661. Mary Mae Hartsough and Leroy Eugene Hartsock show that 5 additional children were born to them from 1745-1753. Baptism records for the First Reformed Dutch Church at Raritan, now in Somerville, New Jersey, continued to be published in the Somerset County Historical Quarterly, volumes 5 (1916) and 6 (1917). Pawark, Cowalanuck, Manamasamet and Agnamapamund. Steven did not emigrate for religious freedom. Indian deed, November 19, 1681, for lands on Raritan River, at Tuckaramohackinge. , 1721-1851 Family History Library Reformed Dutch Church, Bedminster, Somerset, New Jersey computer printout; births or christenings 1840-1875 Family History Library. A Dutch Reformed church was located at the village. Van Doren Place 1895; The John Van Doren House – pen and ink drwg. Volume 5 covers the dates 10 January 1808 to 9 May 1824. German Reformed Church baptisms 1763-1801, Alexander Twp. Next, click on Church Records to see the original records. In each case, their father Philip Clarkson is listed as unbaptised. 1727, Fairmont Presbyterian Church 1730, Bethlehem Presbyterian Church and. These records were found among church pew receipts in a chimney closet. This microfilm was FHL INTL Film 543971, Dutch Reformed Church records for Amersfoort, 1583-1624. The early settlers in the Dutch colony of New Netherland. And he and his wife became members of the Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church in 1660, the year it was started. This land was used as a cemetery before it became the True Reformed Cemetery-KR) Child of John H. This collection contains membership lists, transfer documents, family registers, and meeting minutes from the Christian Reformed Church of America. The last will and testament of Cornelius Van Hovgem is also recorded in the Flatbush Town Records. The 2 1 ⁄ 2-story brick house was the home of the first ministers of the first Dutch Reformed Churches in the area, built by the combined efforts of the congregations in Somerville, New Jersey, and Raritan, New Jersey, in 1751. Records of the Reformed Protestand Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N. The Dutch also realized they could establish their own church, the Dutch Reformed Church, and live in freedom. Original Blue Wraps. Baptisms from Greenwich Presbyterian Church. Order confirming to the consistory of the Dutch Reformed religion the church standing in Fort William Hendrick, New Orange Order confirming to the consistory, &c. 605 titled,"Six Mile Run Dutch Reformed Church Baptisms 1743-1805" The Register of New Netherland 1626-1674. This church served New York Dutch who immigrated west to farm and live in more private and Christian surroundings. Within the collections are records of baptisms, marriages, and burials. The other churches were the Raritan Dutch Reformed Church, now Somerville, and the North Branch Dutch Reformed Church, now Readington. I was thinking today, "Some people have a lot of information and know a lot more about Simonson genealogy than I do. The records of most Reformed churches in this borough begin in the mid-1800s, with one exception - the Fordham Reformed Protestant Dutch Church was originally organized in 1696 by the collegiate churches that owned Fordham Manor. [Family A1154] [Gertrude Stryker baptized 29 July 1828 1st Reformed Church Raritan Somerville NJ. ) owned by Monmouth County Historical Association and transcripts (typewritten) made in 1935 of records of True Reformed Dutch Church (Montville, N. The baptism records were published in all four issues of volume 5. Frelinghuysen is most remembered for his religious contributions in the Raritan Valley during the beginnings of the First Great Awakening. Worden: New Paltz Reformed Dutch Church, 1817-1882. The Christian Reformed Church was organized in 1857, and you'll find more than a century's worth of birth, marriage, and death details on members in these records. FBK Note continued: Source Medium: Other: 2. , Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926”. Clover Hill Reformed Church 249 Amwell Rd also listed at 890 Amwell Hillsborough, NJ 08844-5143 Phone: (908)369-8451. The Church was built by Palantine Germans and Dutch in 1732. This record set was created by the Holland Society and currently contains records of Dutch Reformed churches in New York and New Jersey. On July 28th, 1766 seventy heads of the families of Dutch settlers in the Millstone Valley petitioned the ministers and elders of the Dutch Reformed churches at Raritan, New Brunswick, Six Mile Run,and Harlingen, to be allowed to form a separate church at Millstone. In 1717 he married Rebecca Folkerson from Brushwick, New York. , Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989. Isaac was born in 1668 in Marbletown. [Records from the Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan, later named First Reformed Church of Raritan (now Somerville), Somerset County New Jersey. Over the last two weeks I have scanned and edited the records of marriages of and baptisms from 1683 through 1809. The 2 1 ⁄ 2-story brick house was the home of the first ministers of the first Dutch Reformed Churches in the area, built by the combined efforts of the congregations in Somerville, New Jersey, and Raritan, New Jersey, in 1751. Unless you know the family's religion. com has just published a new record set: “U. Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 18 June 1768: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey. The turbulent history of the church is closely intertwined with that of the country. In the 1667 map of Brooklyn shown on the left, Bedford is located in the lower right hand corner, southeast of “Brookland [Brooklyn] Parish” and almost due south of Wallabout Bay off the East River. Smithfield Dutch Reformed Church, Smithfield, PA, was one of the original 4 churches of the Minisink. This church served New York Dutch who immigrated west to farm and live in more private and Christian surroundings. [Family A1154] [Gertrude Stryker baptized 29 July 1828 1st Reformed Church Raritan Somerville NJ. Born in the Netherlands in 1691, Frelinghuysen studied theology and was ordained a minister in the Dutch Reformed Church at the age of 26. Volume 6 covers the dates 15 May 1824 to 6 December 1837. Somerset County Dutch attended either the Dutch Reformed Church in Raritan, or the one in North Branch village, which was organized in 1719. Fred Frelinghuysen Grave 1897; Dutch Reformed Church; Parsonage of Dutch Reformed Church; Old Millstone Forge. The two congregations shared the building on alternate weeks until 1848, when the Lutherans sold their interest in the building to the Reformed congregation. Dutch Reformed Church of East Millstone, NJ (c. See what indexes might assist you, but always verify information in the original records. Indian deed, November 19, 1681, for lands on Raritan River, at Tuckaramohackinge. These were published in the Somerset County Historical Society Quarterly, v. See full list on familysearch. of original records of First Reformed Church of Freehold (Marlboro, N. The Christian Reformed Church was organized in 1857, and you'll find more than a century's worth of birth, marriage, and death details on members in these records. Get Textbooks on Google Play. Both churches continued to grow and a cordial relationship was maintained between the First and Second Reformed Churches of Somerville throughout the next 140 years. Provo, UT: Ancestry. The next year he became pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church in Raritan. The only Schenck marriage on this entire microfilm was for Matijs Christoffel Schenck, 28 February, 1617. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York : marriages from 11 December, 1639, to 26 August, 1801 by Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York; Purple, Samuel S. Marriage Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York From Samuel S. , Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989. Purple's 'Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801. Excerpted from Year Books of the Holland Society of New York. The early settlers in the Dutch colony of New Netherland. Dutch Reformed Church Records, 1639-1989 includes Bedminster, Harlingen, Middlebush, Milston, Neshanic, New Milstone, North Branch, Raritan, Somerville, Six Mile Run and South Bound Brook (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Court and Legal Records. com Operations Inc, 2005. Provo, UT: Ancestry. : Gregg Press, 1968 (OCoLC)747334899: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Grier Evans; Tobias Alexander Wright; Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the. ) Click on the Tree above to return to the General Section Main Page. Six Mile Run was a stream that flowed into the Raritan River. [8] Following the course of the Hudson River in the north via New York Harbor to the Raritan River in the south, settlement and population grew along what George Washington called the "Dutch Belt". Philip and Sarah's first three children (Abraham, David and Isaac) were all baptised in the 1st Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan (Somerville), in Somerset County, New Jersey in 1815, 1817 and 1819. The site for its present building on Rte. Frelinghuysen is most remembered for his religious contributions in the Raritan Valley during the beginnings of the First Great Awakening. Volume 5 covers the dates 10 January 1808 to 9 May 1824. Abraham Thompson, of Now York, translated the Call of Rev. German Reformed Church baptisms 1763-1801, Alexander Twp. Click on Church Records--Indexes, if available. J [database on-line]. 4 (3 Moravian) Lancaster County Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 40–50 3 2 Revolutionary Soldiers of New Providence Jones, Chester Neville 1927–Oct. ) owned by Monmouth County Historical Association and transcripts (typewritten) made in 1935 of records of True Reformed Dutch Church (Montville, N. Family A5: Petrus (Peter Whitenack baptized at Six Mile Run Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, Somerset Co. The 2 1 ⁄ 2-story brick house was the home of the first ministers of the first Dutch Reformed Churches in the area, built by the combined efforts of the congregations in Somerville, New Jersey, and Raritan, New Jersey, in 1751. The Dutch Reformed Church is one of the oldest churches in the County. A frame church replaced it in 1749. The Dutch had a tremendous impact on the early development of the township. The Reformed Church of Fairview, Illinois has several claims to distinction. A number of Reformed Dutch Church records are on microfilm and obtainable at your local LDS Family History Center. Preaching visits were. That's 731 pages published by the Holland Society, not counting the indices, and about 18 thousand records (rough estimate). “Fiches collectie van trouwen in de Nederlands Hervormde Kerk: Fiches Trouwen 1583-1624”. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York. The oldest church still standing is the one I named above, which was organized in 1659. (Samuel Smith), 1822-1900. Lamington - Lamington Presbyterian Church (1739) Millstone - Millstone Reformed Church (1766) Mount Horeb - Mount Horeb Methodist (1770) Neshanic Reformed Church (1752) Pluckermin - Dutch Reformed Chapel (~1759) Somerville – First Reformed Church of Raritan (1699) Warren - Mt. J [database on-line]. Raritan became a trading center for neighboring farmers. The records of the First Reformed Church in Raritan (now Somerville), New Jersey show six children of Peter and Anna Margaretha being baptized there from 1733/34 until 1743. A number of Reformed Dutch Church records are on microfilm and obtainable at your local LDS Family History Center. The Dutch Reformed Church is the oldest Protestant church with a continuous ministry - and also the oldest corporation - in North America. com) Directory, 75th anniversary number, Pluckamin Presbyterian Church, Pluckemin, N. That's 731 pages published by the Holland Society, not counting the indices, and about 18 thousand records (rough estimate). Frelinghuysen is most remembered for his religious contributions in the Raritan Valley during the beginnings of the First Great Awakening. Earlier records have been transferred to the State Archives. Church records, 1715-1922 (Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (Oldwick, New Jersey)) Family History Library Church records, 1800-1921 (Reformed Church (Bedminster, New Jersey)) Family History Library Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N. Relates controversy between early Somerset County Reformed churches at Raritan (now Somerville) and Millstone (now Hillsborough). Consistorial records - from 1796. Also, a number of these Reformed Dutch Church records have been published. , Dutch Christian Reformed Church Vital Records, 1856-1970. Records from Dutch Reformed churches in other states will be added in the future. The Raritan Church, constituted March 9, 1699, by Rev. Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen (c. The Flatbush Town Records record that Cornelys van Hovgem and his wife Maria Winterslick sold three house lots on 3 January 1690. The Kingston Reformed Dutch Church was the central repository for all records of marriages and baptism conducted by circuit-rider Domines throughout Ulster and Orange counties of NY; Sussex County, NJ, and parts of Pike County, PA, until local churches were built and staffed. Then, in 1792, the Dutch Reformed Church became an independent denomination known as the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (RCA). The first Reformed congregation in North America was established in New Amsterdam (now New York City) in 1628 and continues to this day as the Collegiate Dutch Reformed Church. Title: Stan's FTM Family History. These two churches were part of a circuit of four churches served, in the early 1700’s, by one minister. ] Family Record #5391 (Genealogical Society of New Jersey). Third Jurisdiction Church Of God In Christ New Jersey: 115 Greenwood Ave, Township Of Montclai, NJ 07042-4024: NJ: 2001-01: $0: 10: Third Reformed Church: 67 S Prospect Ave, Hackensack, NJ 07601-1847: NJ: 1968-01: $0: 11: Third Reformed Dutch Church: 10 W Somerset St, Raritan, NJ 08869-2001: NJ: 1977-07: $0: 12: Third Westminster Presbyterian. Baptism: 19 NOV 1673 Dutch Reform Church, NYC Baptism: Witnesses:Jean Letuer, Rachel Dircx Census: 1698 Kings Co. He was married on April 12, 1685 in New Utrecht (Brooklyn), Kings County, New York, United States to Helena Cortelyou, they had 6 children. And all, who ia any way have given information or aid, will please. Title: Stan's FTM Family History. Philip and Sarah's first three children (Abraham, David and Isaac) were all baptised in the 1st Reformed Dutch Church of Raritan (Somerville), in Somerset County, New Jersey in 1815, 1817 and 1819. : Printed By Gore & Allison. Consistorial records – from 1796. This collection contains membership lists, transfer documents, family registers, and meeting minutes from the Christian Reformed Church of America. The Classis of Amsterdam controlled the church in New Netherland. It lapsed in 1776, but was reorganized in 1802 and still exists today as Fordham Manor Reformed Church. Dutch Reformed Church, New Paltz, 1817-1882 ; Reformed Dutch Church, Klyne Esopus & East New Paltz, 1791-1921, Alice J. , Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926". The terms “Reformed” and “Protestant” come from 16th century Europe, when refo. Progenitors of the Crozatt, Corzatt, Cosad, Cozad, Casad, and most of the Cozart families. The 2 1 ⁄ 2-story brick house was the home of the first ministers of the first Dutch Reformed Churches in the area, built by the combined efforts of the congregations in Somerville, New Jersey, and Raritan, New Jersey, in 1751. These two churches were part of a circuit of four churches served, in the early 1700’s, by one minister. Highway 206 Belle Mead, NJ 08502 908. CONTACT INFORMATION: MAYOR James J Pittinger 908-236-2425 COUNCIL. Beeke, Joel R. Hardenbergh (1736-1790), part of a prominent Dutch family from the Hudson River valley in New York, studied theology in Somerset County, N. She married Charles Fonteyn (2539), son of Carel Fonteyn (3073) and Sarah Nolan (3074), circa 1760 in New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Frelinghuysen served as minister to several of the Dutch Reformed Churches (congregations at Raritan, New Brunswick, Six-Mile Run, Three-Mile Run, and North Branch) in the Raritan River valley of New Jersey which he served until his death in 1747 or 1748. Child of John H. We have also used the name of the church when this building was erected, not the current name. Ramapo Lutheran Church, Mahwah, 1750 - 1817: New Jersey: Bergen Co. New Jersey (Somerset County), Basking Ridge — 43 — Early Church — American Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site — A pioneer log church was built under the ancient oak before 1731. Katsbaan Reformed Church 1801 Old Kings Highway, Saugerties, Ulster County, New York, 12477 Established in 1710 ~ Built in 1732 Records at Katsbaan start November 8th, 1730. 605 titled,"Six Mile Run Dutch Reformed Church Baptisms 1743-1805" The Register of New Netherland 1626-1674. The 2 1 ⁄ 2-story brick house was the home of the first ministers of the first Dutch Reformed Churches in the area, built by the combined efforts of the congregations in Somerville, New Jersey, and Raritan, New Jersey, in 1751. Indian deed, November 19, 1681, for lands on the north side of Raritan river, including Mattanike Island. For most religions, the baptism took place within two weeks of the birth. Volume 6 covers the dates 15 May 1824 to 6 December 1837. Hardenbergh (1736–1790), part of a prominent Dutch family from the Hudson River valley in New York, studied theology in Somerset County, N. The Raritan Church, constituted March 9, 1699, by Rev. Forty years at Raritan : eight memorial sermons with notes for a history of the Reformed Dutch Churches in Somerset County, N. [1] He married Neeltje Amerman, daughter of Nicholas Amerman and Neeltje Polhemus. Over the last two weeks I have scanned and edited the records of marriages of and baptisms from 1683 through 1809. Thanks very much, Liz J On 27 November 2011 21:45, Renee L. , Dutch Christian Reformed Church Vital Records, 1856-1970. This land was used as a cemetery before it became the True Reformed Cemetery-KR) Child of John H. Forerunner of the Great Awakening: Sermons by Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen (1691-1747) (Historical Series of the Reformed Church in America (HSRCA) [Joel R. These opportunities played a major role in the establishment of the town of Raritan. Church records show that they were members of the Dutch Reformed Church in New Amsterdam. Baptisms from the Readington Reformed Church, Readington, NJ, 1720 - 1832. WorldCat Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N. Old Stone Church, 1715. He was a magistrate from 1658 to 1661. The next year he became pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church in Raritan. Also, a number of these Reformed Dutch Church records have been published. 31, 1660 to Dec 13, 1719: From Corporation Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1869, pages 448 to 504; FHL film #0017529, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939), Copied and translated from the Dutch by Teunis G. Church records not only provide vital details for your ancestor, they. The couple had ten children. German Reformed Church baptisms 1763-1801, Alexander Twp. Organized in 1699, the First Reformed Church of Raritan, now in Somerville, New Jersey, was the first Reformed Dutch Church established in the Raritan Valley region. Later "challenge" of Methodism, and the end of Dutch language preaching in 1789. It would be nice if they could also be able to also make posts on this blog. The Dutch settlers established a Dutch Reformed Church in 1699. 1: 23: 269b. 3 1 Gravestone Records from Raritan Cemetery, Somerville Honeyman, Mr. Paramus Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms At Paramus (NJ) 1740-1850, together with records from the gravestones in the church yard: New Jersey: Bergen Co. Van Doren 1927–July 31–39 3 2 Baptismal Register of Second River (Belleville) Dutch Reformed Church, 1727–1794 (See comments) 1927–Oct. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Old Stone Church, Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, NY, built in 1715 30 5. Cornelius died in Raritan 25 Aug 1775, and Rebecca died the same year. Indian deed, November 19, 1681, for lands on Raritan River, at Tuckaramohackinge. J: 328: God's happy cluster, 1688-1963 : history of the Bound Brook Presbyterian Church: 157: Historical discourse on occasion of the centennial anniversary of the Reformed Dutch Church of Millstone: 112. Hardenbergh (1736–1790), part of a prominent Dutch family from the Hudson River valley in New York, studied theology in Somerset County, N. While its 1857 synod resolved it is “desirable and scriptural (that) wherever possible our members from among heathen be received and incorporated in our existing congregations,” subsequent resolutions led to the establishment of so-called daughter churches, notably the Dutch Reformed Church in Africa. , Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926". Settlers followed the course of the Hudson River in the north via New York Harbor to the Raritan River in the south along what George Washington called the "Dutch Belt". , Hunterdon County, New Jersey and Baptist Church records 1749, Hopewell, Mercer County, New Jersey ; First Presbyterian Church : list of members 1867-1888. , prior to his ordination as a Dutch Reformed minister in 1757. She was christened on 9 January 1737 in the Dutch Reformed Church, Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey. " – George Washington, letter to the Minister, Elders, and Deacons of the Dutch Reformed Church at Raritan, Middle brook Camp, June 2, 1779; Fitzpatrick 15:210. Hendrick, no records available. Kingston is home to many historic churches. Church and of the city, was delivered on October 12, 1930, at The First Reformed Church of New Brunswick, N. Later "challenge" of Methodism, and the end of Dutch language preaching in 1789. 1836: died. Dutch Reformed Church Records, 1639-1989 includes Bedminster, Harlingen, Middlebush, Milston, Neshanic, New Milstone, North Branch, Raritan, Somerville, Six Mile Run and South Bound Brook (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Court and Legal Records. Baptisms in the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn as per the records of said Church from Oct. (Samuel Smith), 1822-1900. Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen I (1692 – c. Dutch Reformed Church Records, 1639-1989 includes Bedminster, Harlingen, Middlebush, Milston, Neshanic, New Milstone, North Branch, Raritan, Somerville, Six Mile Run and South Bound Brook (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Court and Legal Records. Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. NJ Barent and wife, Sarah, lived at Tarrytown, NY, being members of the Sleepy Hollow Dutch Reformed Church, where we find records of the baptism of several of their children. Forerunner of the Great Awakening: Sermons by Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen (1691-1747) (Historical Series of the Reformed Church in America (HSRCA) [Joel R. 1 1750 married Elizabeth Johnson in 1796. Several of his descendants became influential theologians and. He is mentioned several times in the records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Midwout. The records of most Reformed churches in this borough begin in the mid-1800s, with one exception - the Fordham Reformed Protestant Dutch Church was originally organized in 1696 by the collegiate churches that owned Fordham Manor. , Dutch Christian Reformed Church Vital Records, 1856-1970. The land was leased from Kingston Commons March 1, 1731. Guiliam Perthoff, was the oldest church in Somerset County and is still active. This land was used as a cemetery before it became the True Reformed Cemetery-KR) Child of John H. The remaining Dutch settlers simply blended in with their neighbors or moved on independently to other parts of the country. Church records show that they were members of the Dutch Reformed Church in New Amsterdam. Child of John H. Family A1152: William Henry Taylor baptized 25 Jan 1824, no further records.