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Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island New York Marriages 1835 - 1846

The following is a transcription by Peter Divine, July 2001, from LDS Microfilm #17803. This is a microfilm of a typewritten transcript. Newtown, later known as Elmhurst, is now a part of the Borough of Queens in the city of New York.

Notes from Peter Divine:

  1. "do" means "ditto", used in place of re-writing the surname of the previously mentioned individual.
  2. Notes and question marks that I inserted are enclosed in brackets [?].
  3. All other notes and question marks, including those in parentheses (), were found on the microfilm.
  4. The manuscript on the film was partially translated from Dutch to English. I have translated a few additional words such as "widow" and have converted the dates into the modern mm/dd/yy format.
  5. I have carefully used commas as placeholders.

Baptisms and Marriages of the First Reformed Church of Newtown

, Edited by Richard Gosman DeBevoise

v.1 1776-1845

Long Island Collection
, The Queens Borough Public Library
Jamaica, New York
1938

Contents
Page
Preface 1
Communicants, 1741 - 1
Baptisms, 1736-1845 - 3
Marriages, 1835-1846 - 57
Index - 62


Marriages 1835 - 1846

3/18/1835, Andrew DeBevoise to Miss Jane DeBevoise daughter of Elder George DeBevoise, both of Newtown L.I.

10/8/1835, Mr. Robert A. Robertson of New York City to Miss Harriet S. daughter of Abraham Polhemus Esqr. of Hurl Gate, L.I.

2/25/1836, Jacob Storms of Hopewell Dutchess Co. N.Y. to Miss Maria Rapelye of NewTown L.I.

3/19/1835, Joshua Edward to Miss Mary Haff, both of New Town L.I.

9/21/1836, Thomas Townsend Hendrickson of New York City to Ellen Lott daughter of Abraham Hegaman of NewTown, L.I.

10/5/1836, George Hultz of Bushwick L.I. to Mary daughter of Edward Tompkins Esqr. Of NewTown, L.I.

2/15/1837, George Van Alst to Jane Ann Ditmis, both of NewTown L.I.

5/10/1837, Cornelius Hunt of Brooklyn to Charlotte Creed of NewTown

6/7/1837, Daniel Waters of Jamaica to Miss Sarah Ann Tompkins of NewTown L.I.

8/10/1837, Jacob F. Oakly to Miss Margaret Rapelyea both of New York City

8/13/1837, Jacob Powell to Miss Hetty Sacket, both of NewTown

2/6/1838, Charles Cracklin[?] to Ellen McDougle both of Newtown

3/8/1838, John J. Van Alst of New York to Elizabeth Van Alst [unreadable]

page

5/8/1838, William F. Purdy of New York to Rebecca Ann daughter of the late Charles I. DeBevoise of Fresh Ponds NewTown, L.I.

1/1/1838, Abraham Tompkins to Jane Ann daughter of Aert Van Dyne, both of NewTown L.I.

6/18/1839, George Debevoise to Joanna Kouwenhoven, both of NewTown, L.I.

7/14/1839, Jacob Phraner of Jamaica to Abby Tompkins of NewTown

4/?/1840, Henry Lanacus of New York to Angeline Miller of Flushing, L.I.

6/11/1840, Hyatt Betts to Adriana Debevoise daughter of Mr. George Debevoise, both of NewTown L.I.

8/12/1840, Thomas Lambdin to Lucy Ann Basser, both of Jamaica

8/12/1840, John Skidmore of Williamsburgh to Catherine Debevoise of English Kill (NewTown) L.I.

10/29/1840, Charles C. Covert to N. Leonora Adrich, daughter of Mr. Henry Aldrich, of Maspeth, NewTown, L.I.

12/25/1840, John I. Debevoise of Dutch Kills to Jane DeBevoise of Fresh Ponds NewTown

6/27/1840, Nicholas Elbert to Catherine Stotoff of Jamaica

9/11/1841 [rest of page unreadable]

page

12/15/1841, Abel Bennet to Caroline Ives, both of NewTown, L.I.

12/28/1841, Alexander Johnson to Ann McKee, Wit: Daniel Lent, Michael McCraa, Sarah Martin, James R. Lent and my family. (No fee, bad concern)

12/31/1841, Townsend W. Leake of Cow Neck, to Ann. D. Fowler of Greenfield L.I.

2/23/1842, Martin Duryea of Jamaica South to Elizabeth Van Alst of Dutch Kills, daughter of Mr. John C. Alst

7/7/1842, Stephen Wood of Jamaica L.I. to Hannah Jane Robritson, Head of the Fly, NewTown

11/1/1842, Benjamin Witherell Wellfleet Mass. To Hester Smith, NewTown

12/14/1842, William G. Kouwenhoven to Aletta Remsen both of NewTown

3/8/1843, Mr. R. Augustus Boeram to Miss Sarah Ann Rapalje of NewTown

4/12/1843, Aaron Howard to Sarah Jane Rapelye, both of NewTown L.I

7/30/1843, At the house of Mr. Abm. Hageman, Ferdinand Van Wicklen to Margaret Storm both of Jamaica West

9/19/1843, Mr. Conklin Carle of Brooklyn to Miss Aletta Ann Duryea of NewTown

12/6/1843, [rest of page unreadable]

page

1/7/1844, James H. Areson of Flushing to Phebe Matilda Van Wicklen of New Town

6/2/1844, married a couple, at the house of Mr. Hathaway a ???? Harlaem from New York, names forgotten, gave them a certificate of marriage.

6/13/1844, John D. Rapalje to Ryme Kouwenhoven, both of NewTown

Nov. 1844, At the parsonage, Henry Smith to Mary Ann Middleton, both of Flushing L.I.

1/12/1845, At Mr. T. Kolyer, Newtown, Mr. Peter Kolyer to Miss Eliza Vanderpoel, both of Greenpoint Bushwick, L.I.

6/4/1845, At the Parsonage, George Van Alst to Aletta Van Alst, both of Dutch Kills L.I.

8/14/1845, At the Parsonage, Elias Sand to Cynthia Amelia Hageman, both of Flushing L.I. These are people of color.

10/8/1845, Hendrick Lott of Jamaica to Caroline Way, daughter of Walter Way of Fresh Ponds, NewTown, L.I.

10/9/1845, At the house of Mr. Thomas W. Tompkins, Ralph Craffer[?] to Sarah Jane Hulst, Daughter of Mr. Peter Hulst, all of Newtown L.I>

10/15/1845, Isaac A. Barclye to Ellen Day Swan, both of Newtown

11/6/1845, George C. Bouse of Flushing to Elsey Bragaw of NewTown

11/26/1845, Charles DB?ois to Caroline S. daughter of Thomas B???? of Fresh Ponds

[1 line unreadable]

page

1/7/1846 Jackson M. Boerum of Flushing to Hannah Maria Furman of Newtown

Rest of page> completely unreadable

[End of item #1 of microfilm #17803]

[Item #2 of microfilm # 17803 contains typewritten Newtown church records 1864-1935 (not transcribed]

Choose from Communicants, Baptisms & Marriages:
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Preface & Communicants 1741
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1736-1748
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1749-1766
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1767-1776
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1777-1786
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1787-1793
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1794-1797
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1798-1799
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1800-1802
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1803-1806
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1807-1809
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1810-1813
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1814-1817
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1818-1821
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1822-1826
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1827-1832
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1833-1839
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1840-1842
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Baptisms 1843-1845
First Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown, Long Island, New York Marriages 1835-1846


 
 

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