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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

Index

Membership Lists Schraalenburgh

22 Aug 1797 by confession

Abraham Demarest and Margreitte Demarest, married people

Johannes Demarest and Tryntie Demarest, married people

Jacob Demarest and Lea Demarest, married persons

Pieter Demarest and Polly Demarest, married persons

Peter P. Demarest and Leah Demarest, married persons

David Demarest and Charity Haring, married persons

Members of Schraalenburgh previous to the arrival of Rev. James V. Romeyn at Hackensack, etc.

John Demarest and wife Antie Kipp

Cornelius Baogert and wife Citye Demarest

Gerrit Demarest

Charity De GROOT, wid. of Martin Roelefse

Eva Couwenhoven, widow

John Durie and wife Polly Demrest

Joh. Blauvelt and wife Catlina Demarest

David Demarest and wife Elisabeth Demarest

Joost Demarest and wife Maria Kipp

CAsparus Demarest and wife Rachel Voorhis

David Demarest and wife Jacomina Kipp

Peter I. Demarest and wife Maria Demarest

Peter P. Demarest and wife Lea Demarest

Daniel Demarest

Garret Demarest and wife Agnes Durie

Daniel Demarest and Efje Westervelt

Jacobus Demarset and wife Rachel Demarest

Peter Demarest and wife Anna Durie

Abraham Demarest and wife Grietje Demarest

David Demarest and wife Charity Haring

Jacobus Demarest and wife Sara Peek

John Demarest and wife Catrina Demarest

Albert Bogert and wife Lea Demarest

John Demarest and wife Efje Romeyn

Grietje Haring, wid. of David Demarest

Johannis Van Wagenen and wife Grietje Demarest

28 July 1801 by confession

Jacob D. Demarest and wife Geertie Zabriske

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