OliveTreeGenealogy.com logo for Olive Tree Genealogy and its free free genealogical resourcesYour link to the past since February 1996! Search for your ancestors in free Ships' Passenger lists, Naturalization Records, Palatine Genealogy, Canadian Genealogy, American Genealogy, Native American Genealogy, Huguenots, Mennonites, Almshouse Records, Orphan Records, church records, military muster rolls, census records, land records and more. Olive Tree Genealogy Free Genealogy Database marks FREE genealogy records.
Olive Tree Genealogy website chosen by Family Tree Magazine as one of 101 Best Genealogy Websites 2017 Olive Tree Genealogy website chosen by Family Tree Magazine for 2017

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog one of MyHeritage top 100 Genealogy blogs, one of 25 Most Popular Genealogy Blogs by Technorati and one of the Top 40 Genealogy Blogs 2011 & 2012.

FIRST NAME


LAST NAME


LOCALITY


Check out the Genealogy Books written by Olive Tree Genealogy!

Organize Your Genealogy in Evernote in 10 Easy Steps is a must have!

Follow Olive Tree Genealogy on             

See the list of Ten People All Genealogists Should Follow On Twitter

Death Finds a Way: A Janie Riley Mystery by Lorine McGinnis Schulze

Janie Riley is an avid genealogist with a habit of stumbling on to dead bodies. She and her husband head to Salt Lake City Utah to research Janie's elusive 4th great-grandmother. But her search into the past leads her to a dark secret. Can she solve the mysteries of the past and the present before disaster strikes? Available now on Amazon.com and the CreateSpace eStore
Calling those with New Netherland ancestors in 17th Century! New Netherland Settlers series of books available
 


Try an Ancestry.com Free Trial


Genealogy Mystery Book!


Death Finds a Way: A Janie Riley Mystery
by Lorine McGinnis Schulze

Janie Riley is an avid genealogist with a habit of stumbling on to dead bodies. She and her husband head to Salt Lake City Utah to research Janie's elusive 4th great-grandmother. But her search into the past leads her to a dark secret. Can she solve the mysteries of the past and the present before disaster strikes? Available now on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca

Genealogy Newsletter

JOIN Free Olive Tree Genealogy Newsletter. Be the first to know of genealogy events. Find out when new genealogy databases are put online. Get tips for finding your elusive brick-wall ancestor

Share With Others

Share with other genealogists! Tweet this page!

Follow OliveTreeGenealogy

Google Plus Proilfe page for Olive Tree GenealogyFollow Olive Tree Genealogy on Google+

Search OliveTreeGenealogy



Google Custom Search
Search Olive Tree Genealogy Family of Websites

Search Fold3

Search Military Records - Fold3

New Netherland New York Genealogy

New Netherland Settlers Books now available!:

Ships Passenger Lists to New York
500 voyages to and from New Netherland (New York)
Cemetery Records (Cemetery, Obits)
Census Records
Church Records (B, D, M)
City Directories
Land & Mortgage Records
Military Records
Wills & Probate Records
New Netherland History
Ancestor Signatory hand marks
Translation of words in Church records
Understanding Patronymics
Dutch Names & Nicknames
Glossary of Dutch Words
Ancient Dutch Occupations
Dutch Ancestors
17th Century Ancestor Registry
Dutch & English translations for Occupations
Life in 17th Century Amsterdam
Online Books
Research in the Netherlands
Miscellaneous Genealogy
[ Mailing Lists] [Societies & Journals] [Dictionary & Definitions] [Olive Tree Library] [Help] [Links]

Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church Marriages from Consistory Books, Kings County Long Island New York 1800 - 1805

Coordinated Records of Marriages and Baptisms from the Flatbush RDC Consistory Books And the Registers of its Daughter Church at New Lots Kings County, Long Island, New York

Derived from the Register of Marriages (17871872) and Baptisms (17921872) Of the Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church Consistory Records (the Van Cleef Transcriptions, The Holland Society of New York Collections) And the Marriage and Baptismal Records of The New Lots Reformed Church (1824-1906)

Recompiled, Reformatted and Cross-Referenced -with Some Annotations- And Keyed to the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society Record And its anthological companion Genealogies of Long Island Families

By Richard A. McCool and John G. Storm
May 1996
All Rights Reserved

Dedicated to Jacob Tipton Rapelje
And
Anna Bergen Hitchings
Baptized Together at New Lots
On 27 June 1902 and
Married -15 June 1929

Abreviations
M = marriage
B = baptism
GLIF = Genealogies of Long Island Families. Ed. Henry B. Hoff
NLRDC = New Lots Reformed Dutch Church
NYG&B[S] = New York Genealogical & Biographical Society, Publishers of the NYG&B Record


Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church Marriages

Anno 1800
M115. John Sharp and Miss Mercy Higby. 4 March at Flatbush.

M116. Rem Wyckoff and Miss Sally Suydam. 3 April at Bedford.

Anno 1800 continued:
M117. Albert Voorhees and Miss Anna Bennet. 3 April at Yellow Hook. Not identified in Bennet article GLIF Vol I, but note NYG&B Record 113:79.

M118. Cornelius Bennet and Miss Anna Van Brunt. 3 April at the Narrows. See Bennet article GLIF Vol I:141.

M119. John Ashton and Miss Hannah Winkfield. 21 May at Flatbush.

M120. Schuyler Baxter and Miss Helena Bogart. 22 May at Flatbush.

M121. Theodorus Polhemus and Miss Elizabeth Whaley. 25 May at Flatbush.

M122. Richard Barre and Jane Voorhees. 14 June at Flatlands.

M123. Peter Van Alst and Miss Eliza Gilbert. 29 June at Flatbush.

M124. Elisha King and Miss Peggy Vander Voort. 3 July at Bedford.

M125. Hendrick Lott and Miss Catherine Lott. 2 August at New Utreght.

M126. Teunis Snedicor and Miss Jane Sprong. 22 August at Flatlands.

M127. Isaiah Beach and Miss Elizabeth Duryee. 28 August at Bushwick.

M128. Joseph Robertson and Miss Polly Bennet. 5 November at Flatbush. Not identified in Bennet article GLIF Vol I.

M129. Peter Van Pelt and Miss Martha Bennet. 27 November at Yellow Hook. See Bennet article GLIF Vol I:140.

Anno 1801
M130. Wynant Bennet and Miss Elizabeth Van Nuys. 18 January at Flatlands. See Bennet article GLIF Vol I:140 (this is perhaps the Elizabeth who is said to be the second wife of Winant Bennet, who married first Caty Duryee [M6] and is the son of John Winants Bennet and Wilhelmina).

M131. Andrew Chalmers and Miss Mary Sebring. 22 January at Brooklyn.

M132. John Hulst and Miss Jane Ryder. 27 February at Gravesend.

M133. John Turner and Miss Charlotte Bryant. 6 April at Flatbush.

M134. Peter Emans and Miss Catherine Polhemus. 29 April at Flatbush.

M135. Abraham Van Alst and Miss Elizabeth Bennet. 6 May at Bennets Island. Not identified in Bennet article GLIF Vol I.

M136. Frances Robinson and Miss Seryah Parsons. 1 June at Flatbush.

M137. Christopher Bennet and Miss Maria Cropsy. 4 July at Flatlands. See Bennet article GLIF Vol I:142. [See NYG&B Record 113:37].

M138. Timothy Cortelyou and Miss Ann Cowenhoven. 23 July at Flatlands. See GLIF Vol II:583, also footnote re M113.

M139. John Emans and Miss Peggy Ditmars. 26 August at Flatlands.

M140. Garrit Stryker and Miss Caty Ryder. 9 September at Gravesend.

M141. Isaac Denys and Miss Helen Van Kerk Van Nuys. 7 October at Flatbush.

Anno 1802
M142. John N. Cowenhoven and Miss Susan Martense. 11 February at Flatbush. [M142, B64]. See NYG&B Record Vol VIII (1877), or GLIF Vol I:580 & Vol II:588.

M143. Samuel Watts and Miss Maria Van Cleef. 18 February at Flatbush. [M143, B72, B99].

M144. John Antonides and Miss Maria Van Sicklen. 7 April at Flatbush. See NYG&B Record LXXXIX (1958) or GLIF I:24/5&28.

M145. Peter Emans and Miss Catherine Polhemus. 29 April at Flatbush.

M146. Frederick B. Baushen and Miss Prudence Manly. 22 June at Bedford.

M147. Evert Barkuloo and Miss Adrianna Suydam. 24 June at New Utreght.

M148. Stephen Cook and Miss Anna Van Nuys Van Kerk. 24 June at New Utreght.

M149. Morris Patterson and Miss Johanna Van Brunt. 26 June at Flatbush.

M150. William Diddle and Miss Catherine Lane. 17 July at New Utreght.

M151. William Eagleson and Miss Jane Cropsey. 7 August at Yellow Hook.

M152. Jacob Van Pelt and Maritje Lott. 19 August at Flatbush.

M153. John Ditmars and Miss Margaret Van Siclen. 22 September at New Lotts.

Anno 1802 continued:
M154. Henry Bowie and Miss Balatie Van Cleef. 30 September at Flatbush.

M155. Anthony Perkyns and Mrs. Jane Buys. 6 October at Flatbush.

M156 John Moon and Miss Catherine Sharp. 9 October at Flatbush.

M157. John G. Cokes and Miss Mary Vanderveer. 6 November at Flatbush.

M158. Nicholas Lenington and Miss Matilda Wyckoff[1]. 1 December at Flatbush. [M158, B67, B117, B159].

M159. John Lott and Miss Elizabeth Van Sinderen. 17 December at Flatlands.

M160. Henry Masterson and Miss Helen Lasher. 24 December at New York.

M161. John Stillwell and Miss Martha Marshall. 25 December at the Narrows.

Anno 1803
M162. Isaac Van Alst and Miss Ida Sutphen. 30 January at Cripplebush.

M163. John Gilmore and Catherine Fardon. 19 February at Bedford.

M164. John Stillwell and Miss Gitty Ryder. 24 March at Gravesend.

M165. William Devoo and Miss Ann Gilbert. 6 April at Bushwick.

Anno 1803 continued:
M166. Eliphalet Webb and Miss Mary Bouton. 14 August at Flatbush.

M167. Albert Van Dyck and Miss Jane Wyckoof. 8 December at Flatlands.

Anno 1804
M168. Daniel Lott and Miss Maria Suydam. 9 February at Bedford.

M169. Anthony H. Perkins and Mrs. Gitty Draajer. 10 February at Flatbush.

M170. Lewis Sands and Miss Cornelia Noostrand. 25 February at Flatbush.

M171. Nathaniel Hunt and Miss Sarah Polhemus. 15 April at Flatbush.

M172. Anthony Hulst and Miss Sarah Duryee. 3 May at Bushwick.

M173. Nathaniel Cole and Miss Nancy Johnson. 6 May at the Narrows.

M174. Henry Post and Miss Dorothy Murenbeldt. 24 May at new Utreght.

M175. Tunis Denys and Miss Sarah Hegeman. 28 June at Gravesend.

M176. Jacobus Voorhees and Miss Phebe Johnson. 7 August at Flatbush.

M177. Isaac Denton and Miss Jane Okie. 13 September at Flatlands.

M178. Hendrick Dooley and Mrs. Susan Parker. 13 September at Flatlands.

M179. John Wilson and Miss Alice Tracy. 8 November at Flatbush.

Anno 1804 continued:
M180. Alexander Anderson and Miss Eliza Wilson. 23 November at Flatbush. Anno 1805

M181. Agostinos McBruno and Miss Polly Averill. 6 January at Flatlands.

M182. Dominico Slavengens and Miss Heturah Smith [prob. Keturah]. 6 January at Flatbush.

M183. John Hegeman and Miss Adrianna Voorhees. 10 January at Flatlands.

M184. Jeremiah Lott and Miss Lydia Lloyd. 17 January at Flatbush.

M185. Lucas Voorhees and Miss Jane Voorhees. 5 February at Gravesend.

M186. Asa Randall and Miss Leah Miller. 12 February at Flatbush.

M187. Henry Denys and Miss Elizabeth Waddel. 14 February at Flatbush.

M188. Jacob Nivison and Miss Sarah Ogborn. 21 March at Flatbush.

M189. Abraham Lott and Miss Maria Lott. 24 May at Flatlands.

M190. Andrew Demarest and Miss Nancy Van Brunt. 30 June at Brooklyn.

M191. Jasper Cropsey and Miss Nancy Hendrickson. 25 July at Flatbush.

M192. St Ermand Frere and Miss Sarah L. Whaley. 3 August at Flatbush.

Anno 1805 continued:
M193. Dr Francis H. Debois and Miss Sarah Bergen. 12 August at Flatbush.

M194. Aron Schouter and Miss Mary Taylor. 13 August at Gewanes.

M195. Sylvanus Krankhuyt and Miss Catherine Howard. 18 August at Flatbush.

M196. Jacob Van Cotts and Miss Leah Bennet. 22 August at Flatbush. See GLIF Vol I:151.

M197. William Kingsland and Miss Sarah Hervey. 2 November at Brooklyn [see M16].

M198. Mathew Sharp and Miss Mary Rhodes. 16 November at Brooklyn.

M199. Hoey Roberts and Miss Lydia Hunter. 16 November at Brooklyn.

M200. Samuel Voris and Miss Johanna Van Sinderen. 28 November at Flatlands.

M201. Daniel Rhodes and Miss Fanny Boerum. 30 November at Flatbush.

Footnotes

1 NLRDC= Wyckoff Linington, born 26 June 1825, baptized 23 July 1825, son of Nicholas Linington and Matilda Wyckoff.


This is an ongoing project and will be added to as time permits. Please check back often to see what new records are online

Choose from Introduction (Preface)

Choose from baptism records
1792-1812 (B1-B159) | 1813-1833 (B160-B358) | 1834-1853 (B359-B553) | 1854-1872 (B554-B754)

Choose from Marriages
1787-1793 (M1-M55) | 1794-1799 (M56-M114) | 1800-1806 (M115-M201) | 1807-1816 (M202-M310) | 1817-1827 (M311-M353) | 1828-1837 (M354-M503) | 1838-1848 (M504-M563) | 1849-1869 (M564-M632) | 1870-1872 (M633-M646)


 
 

Don't leave without searching for your ancestors on Olive Tree Genealogy! Free Ships' Passenger lists, orphan records, almshouse records, JJ Cooke Shipping Lists, Irish Famine immigrants, family surnames, church records, military muster rolls, census records, land records and more are free to help you find your brick-wall ancestor. Build your family tree quickly with Olive Tree Genealogy free records

URL: http://olivetreegenealogy.com/           All rights reserved          Copyright 1996-present
These pages may be freely linked to but not duplicated in any fashion without my written consent.

Home Philosophy Helping FAQ Link to Olive Tree Make Olive Tree Your Homepage Library Friends Search Store About Lorine Awards, Interviews About OliveTreeGenealogy


Contact Lorine at Contact Lorine of Olive Tree Genealogy