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Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church Marriages from Consistory Books, Kings County Long Island New York 1838 - 1848

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


1838

M504. Abraham B. Elsworth and Miss Sarah Ann Alderton. 10 February at Flatbush [B429, B430].

M505. William McLuskey and Mrs. Nancy McAnully. 2 March at Flatbush.

1838 continued:

M506. John H. Forbush and Miss Catherine Hegeman. 11 March at Flatbush.

M507. William Spader and Miss Eliza Vanderbilt. 20 March at Flatbush. [M507, B415, B492].

M508. Rem Hegeman and Miss Mary L. Beasley. 28 March at Gowanus. [M508, B416, B436, B501].

M509. John Ditmas and Miss Elizabeth Vanderveer. 17 May at Flatbush.

M510. Isaac Lefferts Smith and Maria Denton. 27 May at Flatbush. From Flatlands.

M511. Stephen Gosline and Miss Catherine Maurison. 18 July at Flatbush. From Flatlands.

M512. Isaac Skidmore and Miss Phebe Jane Matthews. 27 November at Flatbush. From Flatlands.

M513. John Schenck and Mrs. Catherine Van Dyke Williamson. 28 November at Flatbush. [M513, B423, B441, B470, B489, B503, B513, B540].

M514. Eliphalet Brown and Miss Margaret Powell. 5 December at Flatbush. Of Bedford.

M515. William S. Miner and Miss Sophia M. Strong. 6 December at Flatbush. Of East New York.

1839

M516. John Hegeman and Miss Jane Furman. 16 January at Flatbush [B429].

1839 continued:

M517. John Bennett and Miss Lucretia Bennett. 11 February at Flatbush. From Flatlands. This couple is not identified in the Bennet article GLIF Vol I.

M518. John Wyckoff and Miss Arabella Voris. 4 March at Flatbush.

M519. George Jewett and Miss Gertrude Duryee. 26 September at Flatbush. [M519, B446, B475, B476].

M520. John Nelson and Miss Margaret Woodruff. 21 November at Flatbush.

M521. Zaccheus Veley of Dutchess Co. and Miss Hetty Stoothoff of New Lots. 25 December at New Lots.

1840

M522. Abraham Hageman and Miss Margaret Stoothoff. 16 March at Flatbush. [M522, B447, B464, B493, B517].

M523. Henry Denton and Miss Mary Skidmore. 25 March at Flatbush. From Flatlands.

M524. George Gosline and Miss Sarah Jane Maurison. 19 April at Flatbush. From Canarsie.

M525. Job Atkins and Mrs. Zilpha Hart. 28 December at Flatbush.

1841

M526. George Stillwell and Miss Caroline Vanderbilt. 6 January at Flatbush.

M527. Conrad Bohnerd and Miss Elizabeth Wishart. 10 January at Flatbush.

1841 continued:

M528. Stanton P. Briggs and Miss Ellen Hamilton. 17 March at Prospect Hills.

M529. William Dyckman and Mrs. Nancy Marlow. 23 April at Flatbush.

M530. Peter Van Houten and Mrs. Rebecca Turner. 28 November at Flatbush.

1842

M531. Hamilton Boyd and Miss Harriet Augusta Freeman. 18 September at Flatbush.

M532. Charles Edward Pople and Miss Eliza Stalle. August [no day] at Flatbush. Married by the Rev. C. C. Van Aersdale of Pa.

M533. Peter L. Kowenhoven of Gravesend and Miss Ellen Maria Holmes of Flatbush. 28 September at Flatbush.

M534. Abraham Linnington of New Lots and Miss Caroline Eldert of Flatbush[1]. 9 November at Flatbush.

1843

M535. William J. Shaw and Phebe Maria Snediker. 1 November at Flatbush.

1844

M536. Richard Van Houten and Miss Ellen Hawkins. 7 February [place of ceremony not stated]. From Canarsie.

M537. Cornelius V. Dooley and Miss Abby Matthews. 5 March at Flatbush. From Canarsie.

M538. Charles W. Hammond and Miss Mary Jane Jacobs. 16 June at Flatbush.

M539. Engelbert Lott and Miss Anna Maria Stellenwerf. 23 July at Flatbush [M537, B607; B507, B508, B578, B583, B636].

M540. Rev. John Whitbeck and Miss Margaret S. Cook. 26 September at Flatbush.

M541. Julius Lewis Reinhold and Mrs. Amelia Ideller. 7 December at Flatbush.

1845

M542. Gerrit Martense and Miss Jane Ann Ditmers. 21 January at Flatbush. [M542, B497, B518]. See NYG&B Record Vol VIII (April 1877), or GLIF Vol I:581.

M543. Christopher Prince and Miss Gertrude Ditmers. 21 January at Flatbush. [See NYG&B Record Vol. 113:28 & 114:91].

M544. Edward Voelkner, of New York and Miss Eliza Ellsworth, of Brooklyn. 19 March at Flatbush.

M545. Jacob V. Bergen and Miss Mary Ann Stoothoff. 27 March at Flatlands [B245] [B491].

M546. William R. Robinson and Miss Jane Duryea. 18 August at Flatbush. [B498].

M547. Leffert R. Cornell and Miss Caroline Vanderveer. 26 August at Flatbush. [M547, B526].

M548. John H. Holdane and Miss Matilda Hasbrouck. 20 December at Flatbush.

1846

M549. John Vanderbilt and Miss Gertrude Lefferts. 8 July at Flatbush. [M549, B515].

M550. Peter Ketcham and Miss Mary Ann Wiggins. 22 October at Flatbush. Both of East Brooklyn.

M551. Benjamin S. Nelson and Miss Hannah Ellsworth. 25 November at Brooklyn.

M552. Jacob V. B. Martense and Miss Eliza Ann Vanderveer. 2 December at Flatbush. [M550, B512, B533, B550, B579, B634]. See NYG&B Record Vol VIII (April 1877), or GLIF Vol I:581.

1846 continued:

M553. Simon Gerritson and Miss Catharine Cortelyou. 8 December at Flatbush.

1847

M554. William Williamson and Miss Wilhelmina S. Schenck. 21 April at Flatbush [M552, B523, B531, B545, B551, B552, B567, B577, B599, B624, B644, B654, B679].

M555. John J. Ditmas of Flatbush and Miss Elizabeth Armstrong of Pawtucket, R.I. 7 October at Flatbush.

M556. John Mathews and Charity Stillwell. 17 November at Flatbush. From Canarsie.

M557. Patrick Walsh and Mrs. Rosanna Magie. 23 November at Flatbush.

M558. William K. Warford and Miss Frances Amelia Bulkley. 1 December at Flatbush.

1848

M559. Calvin Langdon, 22, and Miss Cornelia Sprague, 18. 2 January at Flatbush. Both of Brooklyn.

M560. Conley Hamilton, 26, and Miss Sarah M. Smith, 22. 30 March at Flatbush. Both of Ireland.

M561. Samuel Shannon, 26, and Miss Elizabeth Waters, 21. 3 May at Flatbush.

M562. John Boyd of Brooklyn, aged 27, and Miss Catherine Dyes of Brooklyn, aged 26. 9 August at Flatbush. Witnesses William Taylor and Jane Dunlop of Brooklyn. Married by Rev. R. D. Van Kleeck.

M563. William Algeo, 44, and Miss Catherine A. Magaren, 30, of Brooklyn. 15 November at Flatbush [Son of M9]. See NYG&B Record LXXXIX (1958) or GLIF I:24. [M563, B528, B553].

End 1848

[1] NLRDC= Matilda Wyckoff Linnington*, born 25 August 1843,baptized 29 October 1849, daughter of Abraham Linnington and Caroline Eldert; Catherine Maria Linnington+, born 26 November 1845, baptized 4 January 1846, daughter of Abh. Linnington and Caroline Eldert; Abraham Remsen Linnington, born 14 July 1848, baptized 8 October 1848, son of Abraham Linnington and Caroline Eldert; Caroline Elizabeth Linnington#, born 14 December 1851, baptized 16 May 1852, daughter of Abraham Linnington and Caroline Eldert.

*Matilda Wyckoff Linnington, born 25 August 1843, married 8 November 1865 David Hopkins [of] New Lots. Issue: Abraham Hopkins, born 15 November 1867, baptized ___ May 1868 (his full name appears in other records as Abraham Linington Hopkins) married and had: Matilda Linington Hopkins, born 1 July 1887, baptized 6 September 1887, as the daughter of Abraham L. Hopkins and Maria _____.

+Catherine Maria Linnington, born 26 November 1845, married 21 October 1868 Ferdinand Lott Wyckoff [of] New Lots and had: Ferdinand Lott Wyckoff, born 30 May 1871, baptized 3 July 1871.

#Caroline Elizabeth Linnington, born 14 December 1851, married 18 October 1876 John Ditmars, of Flatlands, and had: Gertrude Remsen Ditmars, born 26 February 1883, baptized 26 June 1883;James Abraham Ditmars, born ______ 1881, baptized 21 March 1882; John Ditmars, born __ May 1886, baptized 20 November 1886; Cornelia Elizabeth Ditmars, born 20 July 1888, baptized 13 November 1888.


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