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
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Records of the Reformed Church at Conewago - Marriages 1789 to 1793
Contributor: Jack Middaugh
The following is a register of the marriages performed by the Rev. George
G. Brinckerhoff while pastor of the Reformed Church at Conewago.
- Nov 1789 - William Hollingshead to Nelly Jewel
- Nov 24, 1789 - Henry J. Van Dyke to Polly Bigger
- Jan 11, 1790 - William Loury to Elisabeth Boulton (widow)
- Jan 26, 1790 - Jacob Laboyteqaux to Ann Ammerman
- Feb 3, 1790 - Hezekiah Hoogteeling to Geertie Demorest
- Feb 9, 1790 - Abraham De Graaf to Magdalina Van Zant
- Mar 23, 1790 - Cornelius Bodine to Annatie Fonteyn
- Nov 9, 1790 - Isaac Hulick to Maria Montfort
- Feb 10, 1791 - Jeftha Wilkins to Elisabeth Hulick (widow)
- Mar 8, 1791 - Jacob Smock to Lamia Van Aertsdalen
- May 2, 1791 - John Coshun to Ann Monfort
- May 3, 1791 - Abraham Hagaman to Elisabeth Middag
- Aug 16, 1791 - James Maggee to Elisabeth Hoogteeling
- Nov 24, 1791 - Henry Snap to Idah Hoogland (widow of Martin Nevius)
- Mar 6, 1791/2 - Peter Van Aertsdalen to Geertie Van Aertsdalen (widow of
- Mar 13, 1792 - Daniel Stagg to Maria Cowenoover
- Feb 6, 1793 - Robert Gravel to Rachel Kipp
- Apr, 1793 - James Fonteyn to Sally Fonteyn
The spellings given above are as they appear in the document. The list of
marriages appears to be records of marriages that are not included in the
list of Conewago marriages published in the Somerset County Historical
Society Quarterly in 1914.
The location of the original of the above list at the present time is
unknow but back in 1915 it was in the possesion of a Miss Mary A.
Demerest of New Brunswick, NJ whose family had been loaned the document
by Mr. John M. Brinckerhoff of Moravia, NY who apparently was a
descendant of the Rev. George Brinckerhoff who performed the marriages.