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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


Anno 1806
M202. William Bennet and Miss Catherine Remsen. 19 January at Flatlands Neck. [B87]. This couple is not identified in the Bennet article GLIF Vol. I.

M203. Petur Duryee and Mrs. Deborah Hulst. 1 March at Flatbush.

M204. Willm Van Nortwicke and Miss Cornelia Laquire. 30 August at Brooklyn.

M205. John Titus and Miss Mary Hopper. 11 September at Brooklyn.

M206. Willm Conselyea and Phebe Duryee. 9 October at Bushwick.

M207. Nathan Furman and Miss Catherine Hunter. 26 October at Brooklyn.

M208. Silas C. Terry and Miss Mercy Whitman. 27 November at Brooklyn.

M209. Pierson Dey and Miss Sarah Cowenhoven. 4 December at Brooklyn. See GLIF Vol. II:564.

M210. Cornelius Bragaw and Miss Barbara Denys (Barbara is first entered as Sarah, but this is crossed out). 27 December at New Utreght.

Anno 1807
M211. Alexander Cross and Miss Elizabeth Morris. 7 January 1807 at Gravesend.

M212. Christopher Limmerman and Miss Catherine Newman. 11 January at Brooklyn.

M213. John Skillman and Miss Jane Meserole. 27 January at Brooklyn.

M214. James Boyd and Miss Azubah Chadsey. 8 February at Brooklyn.

M215. Abraham Meserole and Miss Cornelia Van Cotts. 24 February at Bushwick.

M216. John Stryker and Miss Mary Badcock. 28 February at Brooklyn.

M217. Joel Bunce and Miss Jane Hicks. 4 May at Brooklyn.

M218. John Jones and Miss Hannah Brown. 6 June at Brooklyn.

M219. Joshua Dennis and Miss Jemima Boyce. 13 August at Brooklyn.

M210. Samuel Meeker and Miss Mary Ryerson. 1 October at Brooklyn. M211. Thomas T. Pearsall and Miss Ellen Taylor. 7 November at Brooklyn. [See B374].

M212. James Hunter and Miss Martha Stevens. 14 November at Brooklyn.

M213. Jordan Coles and Miss Martha Garretson. 18 November at Flatbush. [M213, B106].

M214. Dr. James Wilson and Miss Mary Clark. 30 December at New Utreght.

M215. Robert Hunter and Miss Susan Hendrickson. 31 December at Brooklyn.

Anno 1808

M216. Henry King and Miss Sophia Yorks. 9 April at Brooklyn.

M217. William Godby and Catherine Conelly. 1 May at Brooklyn.

M218. David Devoe and Miss Anna Lefferts. 13 August (place not stated).

M219. Henry Barkuloo and Miss Cornelia Bennet. 15 September at Yellow Hook. Not identified in the Bennet article GLIF I, but see GLIF I:374 for possible connections.

M220. William Young and Mrs. Sarah Martin. 23 September at Brooklyn.

M221. Benjamin E. Coe and Miss Catherine Van Nostrandt. 6 October at Brooklyn.

M222. Jacob Burnham and Miss Jane Sutherland. 10 October at Flatbush.

M223. John Seaman and Mrs. Mary Hicks. 21 October at Brooklyn.

M224. Robert Burroughs and Miss Eliza Cropsey. 10 November at Yellow Hook.

M225. Christopher Nebu and Miss Ellen Campbell. 11 November at Brooklyn.

M226. Isaac Post and Isabella Winslow. 26 November at Brooklyn.

M227. Evert Stellenwerf and Mary Ryder. 21 December at Brooklyn.

Anno 1809
M228. Ralph E. W. Earl at 22 and Miss Charity Higbie at 19. 22 January at Brooklyn.

M229. Samuel Ellison and Miss Elizabeth Cornell. 8 February at Brooklyn.

M230. Evert Suydam and Miss Sarah Van Dyne. 18 May at Flatbush.

M231. Barnardus Voorhees and Miss Barbara Cropsey. 10 June at new Utreght.

M232. William De Grushe and Miss Susan Sherred. 12 July at Flatbush.

M233. Richard Shee and Mrs. Nancy Magee. 13 July at Flatbush.

M234. Dominicus Vander Veer and Margaret Bogert. 18 September at Flatbush.

M235. David Craven and Ann Vander Veer (her marital status not stated). 30 September at Brooklyn.

M236. John Hegeman and Miss Elizabeth Waters. 26 October at New Brunswick. [M236, B129, B151, B283, B326].

M237. John Bunce and Miss Hannah Bryant. 11 November at Flatbush.

M238. Peter Wyckoff and Miss Phebe Van Pelt. 26 November at New Utreght.

M239. Hugh Magaren and Miss Letty Wyckoff. 16 December at Flatbush.

Anno 1810
M240. John Meserole and Miss Magdalena Duryee. 17 February at New Yorke.

M241. Aron Cozine and Miss Sarah Bennet. 28 March at Flatlands. Not identified in the Bennet article GLIF Vol I.

M242. Samuel Farrington and Miss Sarah White. 1 April at Flatlands.

M243. Hendrick Van Houten and Miss Elizabeth Morris. 3 June at Flatbush.

M244. William Alexander Miller and Miss Laura Averill. 7 June at Flatbush.

M245. John Oakey and Miss Margaret Spier. 5 July at Flatbush.

M246. Elias Denman and Miss Jane Van Brunt. 19 July at New Lotts.

M247. William Sacket and Miss Gitty Meserole. 1 August at Bushwick.

M248. Christopher Seaward and Miss Catherine McReady. 19 August at New Utreght.

M249. Richard Nuskey and Miss Elizabeth Lewis. 27 September at Flatbush.

M250. James Wilson and Miss Martha Hendrickson. 6 October at Flatbush.

M251. Cornelius Ryerson and Miss Maria Drum. 24 October at Flatbush.

M252. Leffert Lloyd and Miss Sarah Franklin. 15 November at Flatbush. [M252, B135, B156, B184, B210, B216, B223].

M253. Jeromus Vander Veer and Miss Phebe Wyckoff. 23 December at Flatlands. [1]

M254. Henry Lyle and Miss Rensje Neefus. 24 December at Flatlands.

M255. Michael Trappal and Miss Helena Okey. 29 December at Flatbush.

Anno 1811
M256. Enoch Sopher and Miss Letitia Poole. 10 February at Flatbush.

M257. John Sutphen and Miss Ann Spader. 7 April at Flatbush. [See NYG&B Record 117:74/75].

M258. William Begelow and Miss Sarah Van Beuren. 13 April at Flatbush. [M258, B169, B212, B235, B238, B245].

M259. William Creed and Miss Maria Ditmers. 27 May at Flatbush.

M260. John Kalar and Miss Lydia Speer. 4 August at Flatbush.

M261. John Bird and Miss Maria Rotherie. 25 October at Flatbush.

M262. Van Brunt Magaw and Adrianna Voorhees. 2 November at Flatbush.

M263. James Fields and Miss Sarah Cropsey. 14 November at Yellow Hook.

Anno 1812
M264. Luman H. Allen and Miss Maria Becke. 4 January (place not stated).

M265. James Van Sicklen and Miss Ida Cowenhoven. 5 March at Flatlands. See GLIF Vol II:583 (wherein the marriage date is erroneously reported). M266

. John Remsen and Miss Lametie Lott. 19 March at Flatlands.

M267. John Eldert and Miss Anna Lott. [2] 26 March at New Lotts.

M268. Abraham Vander Veer and Miss Ann McLeod. 15 June at Flatbush.

M269. John Van Brunt and Miss Catherine Matthews. 11 August at Flatbush.

M270. John Donelly and Miss Elizabeth Polin. 14 October at Gravesend.

M271. Charles O. Williams and Miss Martha Bigelow. 15 November at Flatbush.

M272. Peter Bogart and Miss Ann Furman. 31 December at New Utreght.

Anno 1813
M273. John R. Latham and Miss Letitia Van Duyn. 9 January at Flatbush.

M274. Richard Ammerman and Miss Jane Bennet. 14 January at Genatie [?]. Not identified in the Bennet article GLIF Vol I.

M275. Abraham Lott and Mrs. Jane Voorhees. 7 March at Flatbush.

M276. John Disbrow and Miss Sally Van Mater. 20 July at Brooklyn.

M277. Isaac Smith and Miss Margaret Bogert. 27 July at Flatbush.

M278. Abraham Holmes and Miss Jemima Mapes. 16 October at Flatbush.

M279. Edward Holmes and Mrs. Mary Bruno. 14 November at Flatbush.

M280. Stephen R. Boerum and Miss Susanna Wortman. 18 December at Flatbush.

Anno 1814
M281. Cornelius Buckbee and Miss Jane Hoogland. 6 February at Flatbush.

M282. Daniel Morell and Miss Susan Elricke. 16 March at Gravesend.

M283. Samuel Hart and Miss Sarah Ellison. 19 March at Flatbush.

M284. George Lott and Miss Wilhelmina Duryee. 24 March at Flatlands.

M285. Johannes Van Sicklen and Miss Maria Ryerson. 3 April at Flatbush. [3] [M285, B198, B226, B250].

M286. John Woolsey and Miss Maria Lowe. 30 May at Esopus [NY].

M287. Samuel Smith and Miss Cynthia Van Dyne. 7 July at Flatlands.

M288. Leffert Lefferts and Miss Cynthia Lefferts. 19 September at Flatbush.

M289. Theodorus Polhemus and Miss Rebecca Ditmars. 27 September at Flatbush.

M290. John Wyckoff and Miss Nancy Voorhees. 8 December at Flatlands.

M291. John Lott and Miss Ann Van Brunt. 25 December at Flatlands.

Anno 1815
M292. Simon Cortelyou and Miss Lamian Vander Veer. 30 January at Flatbush.

M293. Rem Hegeman and Miss Helen Wyckoff. 12 February at Flatlands.

M294. Garrit Duryee and Eve Denys. [4] 2 March at Gravesend.

M295. Patrick Catin and Mrs. Susan Cowenhoven. [5] 3 March at Flatbush.

M296. Bernardus Williamson and Miss Helen Bennum. 8 March at Flatlands.

M297. James Gildersleeves and Miss Mary Archer. 11 March at Brooklyn.

M298. George Johnson and Miss Catherine Snedeker. 26 June at New Lotts. M299. John Johnson and Miss Maria Lott. 22 August at New Lotts.

M300. Garrit Martensee and Miss Jane Vander Veer. 28 August at Flatbush. [M300, B207, B220, B239, B259, B289, B319]. See NYG&B Record Vol VIII (April 1877), or GLIF Vol I:581.

M301. John E. Lott and Miss Nelly Snediker. 5 October at New Lotts.

M302. Isaac Collins and Miss Jane Wyckoff. 3 December at Flatlands.

M303. John Ryerson and Miss Margaret Simonson. 7 December at New Lotts.

M304. Garrit Duryee and Miss Ann Woolsey. 13 December at Flatbush.

M305. Daniel Lake and Miss Ann Bush. 27 December at Flatbush.

M306. Stephen Van Brunt and Miss Freelove Cozine. 28 December at New Lotts. [6]

Anno 1816
M307. Levi White and Miss Margaret Lattimore. 11 January at Flatbush.

M308. James Miller and Miss Jane Kellet. 27 May at Flatbush.

M309. John Remsen and Miss Catherine Schenck. 12 November at New Lots.

M310. Garrit Voorhees and Miss Maria Elsworth. 25 December at Flatlands.

Footnotes

1 NLRDC= Rymy Vanderveer, born 23 December 1824, no baptismal date, daughter of Jeromus Vanderveer and Phebe Wyckoff.

[2] NLRDC= Elizabeth Vanderveer Eldert, born 30 April 1836, baptized 18 September 1836, daughter of John Eldert and Ann Lott.

[3] NLRDC= John Rierson Van Sicklen, born 22 June 1826, baptized 16 July 1826, son of John Van Sicklen and Maria Rierson; Abraham Van Sicklen, born 22 February 1829, baptized 12 April 1829; James Cornell Van Sicklen*, born 11 January 1838, baptized 11 March 1838, son of John Van Sicklen and Maria Rierson.

* James Cornell Van Sicklen, born 11 January 1838, married Rebecca M. Bergen (the marriage record does not appear in either the Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church Consistory Records or the New LotsRDC Records) and had issue [NLRDC]: John Henry Van Sicklen, born 2 July 1873, baptized 26 September 1873; Catherine Maria Van Sicklen, born 23 November 1875, baptized 24 march 1876 as the daughter of Jas. C. Van Sicklen and Rebecca M. Bergen; Anna Bergen Van Sicklen, born 8 October 1877, baptized 29 March 1878; Garret Bergen Van Sicklen, born 19 January 1882, baptized 24 March 1882; James Cornell Van Sicklen, born 19 August 1884, baptized 21 December 1884.

[4] NLRDC= Mary Jane Duryea, born 7 May 1832, baptized 3 May 1835, daughter of Garret Duryea and Eva De Nice; Abraham Duryea, born 25 November 1835, baptized 31 August 1837.

[5] The bride is Susan Martense, widow of John N. Cowenhoven [M142 these records], who had died in 1806. See GLIF Vol I:580 & Vol II:588.

[6] NLRDC= Her second marriage is recorded at New Lots as Freelove, widow of Stephen Van Brunt, married 10 November 1850 David Storms, New Lots.


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