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Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey Part 1, Vol. 1

FHL film #16559 [microfilmed book]
Holland Society of New York 1891
Transcribed and Copyrighted by Scott R. Mills 2009. Published on OliveTreeGenealogy.com with transcriber's permission

Front of book contains a listing of the various RDC churches and records that were known to exist at the time of the writing (1891). Also contained in the front is a very nice explanation of Dutch names and naming practices along with English equivalents.

Hackinsack marriages (1695-1802) pages 25-71

Hackinsack Baptisms (1686-1802) pages 73-287 (note: pages 180 and 181 were apparently not scanned onto the film and these records are missing as a result. The last date before the missing pages is 23 Sept 1739 and the first date on age 182 is 22 June 1740.

Consistory records pages 287 312

Records end on page 312


Membership Lists - Hackensack

12 Oct 1695 - with letters from New York

Jan De Groot and wife Margretie Gerrets

Pieter De Groot and wife Belitie Van Schaick

5 April 1696 with letters from the French Church

David De Mare, s/o Jan, and wife Antie Clode

Manetie Jacobse Van Winkel, wife of Jan De Mare

1696 by confession

Mary De Maree, wife of Jacobus Sloth

10 July 1696 with letters from New York

Jan De Mare

Jan Dury and wife Rachel Querson [sic. Cresson?]

David De Maree Jr., s/o David from New York

Jacob De Groot and wife Gretie Jans

10 July 1698 by confession

Maeria Bertholf

Antie Sibese Banta

8 April 1699 by confession

Jan Meet

5 April 1701 by confession

Susanna and Rachel De Maree

4 April 1702 by confession

Rachel and Magdalena De Maree, d/o Jan De Maree

1 July 1704 by confession

Jacobus De Maree

7 Oct 1704 by confession

Jacquemina, d/o Samuel De Maree

6 April 1706 by confession

Margret Batton

Matie De Bane, w/o David, s/o Samuel De Maree

July 1708 by confession

Lidea De Maree, w/o Steven Terhune

Rebecca De Groot, w/o Daniel De Maree

Lea De Groot, w/o Jacobus De Mare

8 April 1708 by confession

Samuel De Maree and wife Sitske

8 April 1711 by confession

Wiert Banta and wife Mary De Maree

Benjamin De Maree

6 July 1712 by confession

Pieter De Maree and wife Marie Meet

8 Jan 1715 by confession

Elizabeth De Groot, w/o Benjamin De Maree

Sara De Maree, d/o Samuel De Maree

3 July 1715 by confession

Gerrit De Groot and wife Annatie Etsels

6 April 1717 by confession

Dirck Sibese Banta and wife Rachel De Groot

Pieter Samuel De Maree

12 Oct 1717 by confession

Jacob Janse De Groot

Arie Pieterse De Groot and wife Fransintie Etsel

Hester Day

5 April 1817 by confession

Jacob Pieterse De Groot

Cornelius Lydecker

6 July 1718 from N. Harlem with letters

Johannes Kouwenhoven and wife Rachel Benson

8 Oct 1721 with letters from N. Harlem

Margririe Waldron, w/o Cornelis Lydecker

13 April 1723 by confession

Maria Batton, w/o Pieter Demaree

Hendrikie De Grauw, d/o Harme De Grauw

Oct 1723 by confession

David De Maree and wife Marytie

6 March 1727 by confession

Rachel Samuelse Demarest, w/o Jacobus Peek

Simon Samuelse De Marest

Vrouwtje Haring, w/o Simon Samuelse De Marest

Cornelius Clopper upon certificate

27 Nov 1727 by confession

Petrus Brouwer and Dina De Groot, married people

Sara Couwenhoven

6 May 1730 by confession

Beelitie De Marest, w/o Peter Outwater

Pieter Outwater

1 Dec 1731 by confession

Rachel De Marest and husband Paulus Martense

24 Feb 1732 by confession

Lenard De Graeuw

Sara Chrystyn, w/o Lenard De Graeuw

16 Aug 1739 by confession

Billitjen De Groot

Geertjen De Groot

Maritjen De Groot

17 Feb 1743 by confession

Hester Koienhoven

Lena Koienhoven

Jacomyntje Koienhoven

30 Aug 1744 by confession

Pieter De Groot

15 _____er 1744 by confession

Rachel Zabrousky and wife Hannes De Marest

4 Sept 1745 by confession

Margrietje De Mare, w/o Jan Bogart Roelofse

25 Feb 1748 by confession

Issack Van Saen and wife Maria De Marest

25 May 1749 by confession

Wiert Banta and wife

7 Nov 1751 by confession

Roelof Romein and Lidia De Marest, married people

17 Nov 1752 by confession

Beleltje De Groot, w/o Zibe Blinkerhof

21 Nov 1754 letters from New York

Samuel De Marest

21 March 1756 by confession

Davidt Demarest and wife hester Brouwer

1769 by confession

Albert Van Voorheesen and wife Marreyte Demeris

Please choose from the following Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey


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