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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 1817

M311. Stephen Hedges and Miss Elizabeth Redfield. 26 January at Flatbush.

M312. John Williamson and Miss Phebe Hendrickson. 30 January at Flatbush.

Anno 1817 continued:

M313. John Vander Bilt and Miss Sarah Lott. 10 February at Flatbush. [M313, B221, B253, B286, B302, B351, B395].

M314. Jacob Eagle and Mrs. Nancy Van Clerkland. 16 June at Flatbush.

Anno 1818.

There are no marriages noted in this set of records for the year 1818.

1819 (1)

M315. Abraham Smith and Miss Debby Hulst. 16 December Flatbush.

M316. John Schenck and Miss Ann Stryker. 21 December Flatbush.

M316, B260, B285, B314, B340, B358].

M317. Peter Neefus and Miss Eliza Furman. 23 December Flatbush.

1820

M318. Jarvis R. Woolsey and Miss Cornelia Ellsworth. 20 January Flatlands.

M319. John Vernon and Miss Catherine Brownjohn. 1 May Flatbush.

1821

There are no marriages noted in this set of records for the year 1821.

1822

There are no marriages noted in this set of records for the year 1822.

1823

There are no marriages noted in this set of records for the year 1823.

1824

M320. John Hess and Miss Aletta Van Beuren. 18 February at Flatbush. [B277].

M321. Richard Cooper and Miss Gitty Blake. 4 March at New Lots. [M321, B321, B352, B370].

M322. Peter Waters and Miss Rosina Coleman. 14 April at Flatbush. From Brooklyn. Jabez H. Howell Witness.

M323. James Butler and Mrs. Cornelia Duley. 4 May at Flatbush. From Barren Island.

M324. Samuel Okey and Miss Isabella Hadley. 29 June at Flatbush. From Flatlands.

M325. Jacob Mathews and Miss Susan White. 31 July at Flatlands.

M326. John Meserole and Miss Maria Schenck. 23 October at New Lots.

M327. Andrew Toms and Miss Catherine Maurison. 1 November at Flatbush.

M328. Daniel Havens and Miss Jane Van Pelt. 10 November at Flatbush.

M329. William Fricke and Miss Clara Springsteen. 22 December at Flatlands. From Newtown.

1825

M330. Garrit Conover and Miss Sarah H. Hubbard. 25 January at Flatlands.

M331. Jeromus Suydam and Miss Harriet Voorhies. 26 January at Flatbush.

M332. Silas Jacobs and Miss Elizabeth Duryee. 22 March at Flatbush. [M332, B421, B462].

M333. Stephen Schenck and Miss Maria Martense. 26 March at Flatbush. See NYG&B Record Vol VIII (April 1877), or GLIF Vol I:582.

M334. Joseph Wilmott and Miss Mary Dodgshun. 24 April in Brooklyn.

M335. Sylvester Earle and Miss Ida Vanderbilt. 8 September at Flatbush.

M336. Miles Hitchcock and Miss Cataline Vanderbilt. 24 October at Flatbush.

M337. LaFayette Van Tassel and Miss Ellen Donnelly. 8 December at Gravesend.

M338. Jacob Morris and Miss Leah Bergen. 22 December at Gowanus.

1826

M339. John Bergen and Miss Belinda Antonides. 8 February at Flatbush. See NYG&B Record LXXXIX (1958) or GLIF I:25.20 [M339, B297, B315, B356, B424].

M340. Cornell Raynor and Miss Mary Maurison. 21 August at Flatbush.

M341. Samuel D. Wilkin and Miss Mary Denton. 29 August at Gowanus.

Anno 1826 continued:

M342. Bernardus Voris and Miss Ann Van Dyke. 7 September at Gravesend.

M343. Richard D. Miller and Miss Mary Jane Robertson. 19 September at Flatbush. Lieut. William Pottenjer, Navy, Witness.

M344. Mr. John Lott and Miss Mary Ann Vanderbilt. 15 November at Flatbush. [M344, B279, B300, B333, B382, B402, B456, B488].

1827

M345. Richard Jackson and Miss Ann Schoonmaker. 12 May at Flatbush.

M346. Richard Williams and Miss Catherine Stoothoff. 13 May at Flatlands.

M347. Daniel Roberts and Miss Jane Cowenhoven. 27 June at Flatbush. See GLIF Vol I:580, then GLIF Vol II:588.

M348. Silas Dinsmore and Miss Amanda F. Coan. 15 September at Flatbush. Of Mobile.

M349. Joseph R. Crommelin and Miss Jane Bergen. 23 October at Flatbush. [B306]. [See NYG&B Record 113:38].

M350. Henry Scott and Miss Catherine M. Strong. 14 November at New York.

M351. Teunis G. Bergen and Miss Elizabeth Van Brunt. 19 December at Flatbush. [The genealogist]. [See NYG&B Record 113:37-39 & 114:87].

M352. Samuel G. Lott and Miss Ann Bergen. 20 December at Flatbush. [M352, B330, B354, B367, B393].

M353. Michael Stryker and Miss Gertrude Jane Cowenhoven. 27 December at Flatlands(2)

End 1827

1. The word Anno is dropped from the Van Cleef transcriptions at this year.

2. The bride is variously known as Gertrude Ann, Gertrude Jane and Gitty Ann in accounts of the Van Kouwenhoven family. Mr. Cocheu, in his treatment of the family, does not identify this couple. However, Gertrude's parents are noted in GLIF Vol II:582 as Garret Cowenhoven and Maria Bergen. The compilers have a photocopy of a letter written by the subject couple's nephew, Peter Kouwenhoven, from the collections of the Van Kouwenhoven/Conover Family Association, which makes this identification more complete. See also Old Dutch Houses of Brooklyn. (1945). Maud Esther Dilliard.


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