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Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church Marriages from Consistory Books, Kings County Long Island New York 1849 - 1869

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


1849

M564. Edward Reynolds, 22, and Miss Ann McDavitt, 21. 28 May at Flatbush.

M565. Richard L. Schoonmaker and Miss Catherine Vanderbilt. 31 May at Flatbush. [M565, B530].

M566. Charles K. Bryan and Miss Martha B. Armstrong. 26 July at Flatbush.

1850

M567. Jeremiah Vanderbilt, 30, and Miss Margaret Wilson, 19. 25 March at Flatbush. [M565, B538, B548, B562].

M568. George R. Rapalje of Newtown, 24, and Miss Elizabeth Williamson of New Lots, 20. 15 May at New Lots.

1851

M569. Rev. J. Pascal Strong, of East New York and Miss Cornelia W. Heyer, of New York. 18 June at New York.

M570. Abraham Van Siclen Junr. of New Lots and Miss Cornelia A. Schenck of Flatbush. 20 November at Flatbush. A bracketed 22 appears in the transcription below Miss Schenck's name, probably refering to her age at marriage.

1852

M571. Elias H. Bergen of Gowanus, 35, and Miss Johannah Suydam of Flatbush [25, as appears]. 14 January at Flatbush.

1853

M572. Matthew Clarkson Junr. and Miss Phebe Ditmas. 16 February at Flatbush.

M573. Jeromus J. Johnson and Miss Phebe Gertrude Lefferts. 10 March at Flatbush. [B264, B565] [M573, see also M426].

M574. William States, 22, and Miss Ann Bull, 22. 10 September at Flatbush.

M575. Hampden Moore, 25, and Miss Sally G. Sharp, 19 [spelled again as Sharpe]. 14 September at Flatbush. Of Belvidan, Warren Co., N. J.

M576. Peter L. Williamson, 25, and Miss Mary Ann Bryant, 22. 19 October at Flatbush.

1854

M577. James Weeden and Miss Harriet Augusta Sheldon of New York. 3 August at Flatbush.

M578. Abraham J. Ditmas and Miss Caroline V. Lott. 27 September at Flatbush. [M576, B566, B592, B632, B642, B693].

1855

M579. Martinus S. Lansing of Schodeck and Miss Martha Van Duyne of N.U. 14 March at New Utrecht.

M580. Bush G. Brown of New York and Miss Cornelia L. Bergen of Flatbush. 10 May at Flatbush. See GLIF Vol I:25.

M581. William J. Allen, of Jamaica and Miss Mary Jane Schenck, of F. 30 May at Flatbush.

M582. Abraham Lott and Miss Gertrude Bergen. 26 September at Flatbush. [M580, B572, B601, B641, B706]. See GLIF Vol I:25. 1855 continued:

M583. Isaac Van Brunt Williamson and Miss Britha Birck. 17 October at Flatbush. Both of Brooklyn. [?Bertha].

M584. Henry Suydam and Miss Barbara Anna Allgeo. 21 November at Flatbush. See NYG&B Record LXXXIX (1958) or GLIF I:24. Henry Suydam was the son of Jeromus Suydam and Harriet Voorhees, M331.

M585. John J. Green of Brooklyn and Miss Elizabeth Kershaw of Greenfield. 24 December at Greenfield.

1856

M586. Garrit T. Bergen of N. Utrecht and Miss Sarah T. Cortelyou of Flatbush. 10 April at Flatbush.

M587. C. Washington Colyer and Miss Marietta Snediker of New Lots. 15 April at Flatbush.

M588. William J. Wyckoff of Flatlands and Miss Sarah M. Smith of Flatbush. 8 October at Flatbush.

1857

M589. Samuel Doxsey and Miss Ellen Van Tassell. 12 March at Flatbush.

M590. George Schaper, of Brooklyn, 29, and Caroline Garvin, of Flatbush, 19. 26 May at Flatbush.

M591. John Oakey, of Flatbush, 28, and Miss Sarah Spofford, of Flatbush, 20. 3 May at Flatbush. [This entry follows May 26th and precedes the June 24th entry, therefore should probably be read May 30th or May 31st]. [M589, B609, B621].

M592. William Vanse, 25, and Elizabeth Jacobs, 27. 24 June at Flatbush. [M590, B598, B691, B692]. 1857 continued:

M593. Alexander Campbell of New York and Miss Abby McDougal of Brooklyn. 2 September at Flatbush.

M594. John Law, of Flatbush, and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Franklin, of Flatbush (maiden name, Stephens). 6 September at Flatbush.

1858

M595. James Kelly of Brooklyn, 39, and Mrs Mary Ann Johnson of Brooklyn, 4?, maiden name Mary Ann Steward. 2 February at Flatbush.

M596. Alpes R. Brettall and Miss Catherine L. Elsworth. 14 February at Flatbush.

M597. William K. Williamson, of Flatlands and Miss Catherine L. Cortelyou, of Flatbush. 13 October at Flatbush.

M598. George S. Prince and Miss Mary B. Bergen. 21 October at Flatbush. Of Flatbush. [?B390][B599, B633, B636, B655, B660, B690, B711].

M599. Peter J. Neefus and Mary Van Kleeck. 30 December at Flatbush by Rev. R. D. Van Kleeck. Both of Flatbush [B750].

1859

M600. Hon. Horatio G. Onderdonk of Manhasset, Queens Co. L. I. and Miss Anna K. Cortelyou of Flatbush. 27 January at Flatbush.

M601. Luke Eldert of New Lots and Miss Sarah Eliza Cooper of Flatbush. 23 February at Flatbush.

1860

M602. Eransome F. Cowing of Jamestown, Chatangue Co. N.Y and Miss Martha A. Duryee of Flatbush L.I. 17 April at Flatbush.

M603. Robert N. Palmer of Poughkeepsie Dutchess Co. N.Y and Miss Sarah Vanderbilt of Flatbush, N.Y. L. I. 7 June at Flatbush.

M604. George Henry Depugh of Brooklyn, 29, and Miss Catherine Jamison of Brooklyn, 19. 7 August at Flatbush.

1861

M605. John Lloyd Zabriskie M. D. and Miss Eliza Buckley Garvin. 6 June at Flatbush, Of Flatbush. [M603, B657, B728].

1862

M606. Rev. R. G. Strong of New Baltimore and Harriet L. Zabriskie of Flatbush. 2 January at Flatbush. N.Y.

M607. John Erskine Howard and Miss Abby L. Lott. 4 June at Flatbush by Rev. Robert G. Strong. Of Flatbush.

1863

M608. Alonzo D. Morgan Huron N. Y and Louise D. Garvin Flatbush, L. I. 24 June at Flatbush By Rev. R. G. Strong.

M609. Garret S. Kouwenhoven of Flatlands and Kate E. Suydam of Flatbush. 17 September At Flatbush[1].

1863 continued:

M610. Levi W. Post and Fannie A. Rice. 6 October at Jersey City, N. J. Both of Jersey City, N. J.

M611. John Z. Lott [B408] and Maria Ditmas [B399]. 7 October At Flatbush. [Both of] Flatbush. [M609, B399, B408; B674, B708].

M612. Lewis S. Titus of Brooklyn, N. Y. and Elizabeth Van Brunt Vandevier of Flatbush. 2 December Flatbush. [M610, B727, B677].

1864

M613. George Hamblin and Abbie Allgeo[2]. 13 January At Flatbush. Both of Flatbush [M611, B665, B702, B747].

M614. Jackson L. Ryder and Joanna Williamson. 30 March At Flatlands. Both of Flatlands.

M615. Edgar T. Jones of Brooklyn and Sarah W. Van Wyck of Flatbush. 8 June At Flatbush.

M616. William Purse_Boston and Catherine Lynch_Brooklyn. 17 July At Flatbush L. I.

1865

M617. Joseph C. Packard and Elizabeth Bull. 31 December 1865 At Flatbush, L. I. Both of Flatbush.

1866

M618. Hicks Post of Flatlands and Elmira Voorhis of Gravesend. 18 January 1866, At Flatbush, L. I.

M619. Abraham V. Suydam and Eugenia Valot. 8 February At Flatbush, L.I. Both of Flatbush. [B679, B701]. (See also B583, B611).

M620. Charles A. Pope Brooklyn, N. Y. 23 [and] Sarah M. Bainbridge Flatbush L. I. 23. 17 May 1866 At Flatbush.

M621. Henry Lyles Jr. and Mary Caroline Lott. 28 June 1866. At Flatbush. Both of Flatbush.

M622. Thomas M. Hageman of New Utrecht and Jennie C. Wright of New Utrecht. 18 November at New Utrecht. [See NYG&B Record 115:22 (October versus November)].

M623. Charles M. Ryder of Gravesend and Gertrude Mellissa Vorhis of Gravesend. 31 December at Flatbush.

1867

M624. Thomas Gascoyne Brooklyn and Louise Valot. 7 February at Flatbush, L. I.

M625. Amasa Keith of Cairo, N. Y. [and] Hattie Wells of Cairo, N. Y. 10 September at Harlem, N. Y.

M626. Jacob T. Van Siclen[3], New Lotts, and Alletta Schenck, Flatbush. 13 November at Flatbush.

M627. Nicholas Lott of Flatlands and Mary Jane Redgate of Flatbush, L. I. 18 December at Flatbush.

1868

M628. Franklin Stevens of N. Y. City, 25, and Miss Annabelle Birdsall, 21, of N. Y. City. 22 January at Flatbush L. I.

M629. Jeremiah Lott and Miss Ida L. Garvin. 29 January. At Flatbush L. I. Both of Flatbush, L. I. [M627, B707, B710, B742].

M630. John H. Livingston, 22, of Long Island City, L. I. and Maria J. Lott 28 of Flatbush, L. I. 8 October At Flatbush, L. I. [B728, B729].

M631. Lionel A Wilbur of Boston, Mass. and Jennie V. Martense of Flatbush, L. I. N.Y. 21 October 1868. At Flatbush, L. I. [B733].

1869

M632. John Stoothoff, 26, of Flatbush L. I. and Adelaide A Dusenberry, 21, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 27 May at Brooklyn.

1 This couple is not identified in the Van Kouwenhoven-Conover Family article published in the Record and reprinted in GLIF Vol II, though the parents of this Garrett S[tryker] Kouwenhoven, William Kouwenhoven and Phebe Stryker, are placed on page 583 of the latter. The great grandson of said William and Phebe, John J. Remsen, wrote a letter in 1930 detail-ing this family group, a copy of which is kindly pro-vided to the present compilers by Mrs. Esther B. Capestro, geneal-ogist for the Van Kouwen-hoven-Conover Family Association.

2 See NYG&B Record LXXXIX (1958) or GLIF I:24, wherein a daughter of this name is given William Allgeo and Barbara Antonides. That Abbie (Abby) marries a George Hauban. This would be a very late marriage for Abbie, if the same woman, and suggests that she may have been born much later within this family group than McMurtie calculates.

3 NLRDC= Jacob T[erhune]. Van Sicklen, New Lots, married 13 October 187_ Elsie Suydam, New Lots. Elsie was Jacob's second wife, by whom he had: Margaret Van Sicklen, born __ March 1880, baptized 18 November 1880.


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