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Baptisms at the First Reformed Dutch Church of Montville 1811-1820

transcribed by John E. Sashenosky (1968)
transcribed for the internet by Kevin Riley.

Kevin's Notes: I have no idea how complete this is.The original records (1774-1928) are microfilmed on LDS film FHL US/CAN # 888747 and should be checked. Records of the Dutch Reformed Church, Pompton Plains, N.J., and of the Reformed Dutch Church, Montville, N.J., 1737-1873 (FHL US/CAN Film 888715) may also be of interest to the researcher. Unfortunately, some families in the area used the Gansegat Reformed Church in Fairfield, Essex County, which records were destroyed by fire in the 1880's. Acquackanonk Church should also be checked; some Montville folk show up there, and a tiny handful of Gansegat records are also recorded there.

I left all spellings as they appeared in the transcript. It is a Dutch church after all, so be prepared for anything. I did rearrange these somewhat chronologically,as the listings were a bit haphazard, even by Minister. As you will notice, sometimes the baptismal date was used (25 March), sometimes the birth date (born 12 Feb.), and sometimes both were used (12 Feb./25 March). Unfortunately, this church rarely kept records of sponsors; what you see is what was there. My own notes are marked (-KR). Some early listings are confusing and are probably twins, but I am not positive.

1811
  • born 17 Feb. John Abraham Kanouse Elizabeth Low ("being there first son")
  • 16 Dec. Anne Cornelius Doremus Elizabeth Mandeville
1812
  • 5 June John Lawrence Demarest Margaret Romeyn
  • 28 July Sally Jacob Hiler Polly Vaness
  • 26 Aug. Peter Peter Hiler Elizabeth Van Dine
  • 1 Oct. Elenor Peter N. Hyler Charity Collerd
1813
  • 21 Jan. Jane George Cyphers Catherine Vandine
  • born 23 Jan. Henry David Romine Anne Doremus
  • born 24 March Abraham Mathew Haring Mariah Doremus
  • 31 March Elizabeth Martin J. Fredericks Phebe Taler
  • 8 May Mary Abraham Fowler Abiguil Vincint
  • 10 May Mary Elias Masker Polly Jacobus
  • 5 June John Henary Doremus Mary Romine
  • 8 July James John F. Miller Rachil Jacobus
  • 25 July Cornelius William Stites Hety Fredericks
  • 9 Oct. Elisa Catherin John Demott Margret Meed
  • 8 Oct John Henary Demott Sarah Doremus
  • 5 Sept. Christipher John Barmore Hannah Miller
  • 19 Sept. Willem Richard Gladson Mary Freeland
  • 23 Sept. Eliza Cornelius Castid Mary Miller
  • 3 Dec. Liviah John Banta Jane Vansawn
  • 23 Dec. Nickalas John N. Jacobus Elizabeth Hiler
1814
  • 1 March Mariah Cornelius Hinun Anne Mandaviel
  • 20 May Henry Mandaville Haramanus Corter Hanna Chanaler
  • 23 Nov. Eliza Peter Hyler Elizabeth Van Duyn
1815
  • 21 July Ann Henary Doremus Poly Romine
  • 10 July Fredereck John F. Miller Rachil Jacobus
  • born 20 Aug. Mary George Cyphers Mariah Doremus
  • 18 Dec. Anney Maria Edmend Derye Hester Hiler
1816
  • 21 March Sally Ann John Barmore Hannah Miller
  • 24 March Rachel Cornelius Hamma Mary Van Nass
  • 20 April William Thomis Van Dyne Anna Peer
  • 19 July Caraline Abraham Hannion Clarasy Damott
  • 30 July Jeremiah Cornelius M. Van Duyne Sarah Van Duyn
  • 27 Aug. Jane Cornelius Hannion Anny Mandeviel
  • 28 Aug. Garrit Henary Demott Marggret Meed
  • 1 Sept. Guils James A. Jacobus Hareat Van Ness
  • 24 Oct. Garret Danel Jacobus Susan Stevens
  • 4 Nov. Danel Tunes Kanous Mariah V. Dine
  • 3 Dec. Anne William Stites Hetty Fredericks
  • 28 Dec. Elizabeth Danel Jacobus Elezabeth Doremus
1817
  • 18 Feb. Cateren James Collerd Margret Doremus
  • 1 April/5 Oct. Elizabeth Peter Hiler Gitty Collerd
  • 3 Aug. Necholes Jacob Hiler Polly Van Ness
  • 25 Aug. Jane Daniel T. Peer Elizabeth Vraland
1818
  • born 3 Jan. Rachel Henry T. Fredericks Margaret Fredericks
  • born 26 Jan. Hanar John Barmore Anne Miller
  • 3 Feb. Abraham Henry Stoyer Elizabeth Esseler
  • 10 Feb. Abraham Danel Vraland Martha Reed
  • 28 Feb. Charles Marten Martin Yong Peggy Mouerson
  • 3 March Margret Mathew Hering Mary Doremus
  • 4 March Abraham Edmend Duyea Hetty Hyler
  • born 2 April Maria Peter Miller Maragret Moursen
  • born 6 June Clarisa John Demot Margaret Mead
  • born 4 July Rachel George Cyphers Catherine Van Duyn
  • 7 July Abraham James Kanouse Maria Van Houn
  • 14 July Richard D. Richard Gladson Mary Freeland
  • born 17 Aug. Alfred Martin A. Van Duyne Cattarine Line
  • born 21 Aug. Jane Abraham Jacobus Gitty Courter
  • 1 Sept. Rachel Danel A. Romine Sally Clark
  • born 7 Sept. Susan Elizer Henry Collerd Sarah Mourison
  • 28 Sept. John Cornelius Hennion Anna Mandevil
  • 25 Oct. John Peter Taller Mary Van Duyne
  • 25 Dec. Josiah Josiah Zabriskie Elizabeth Hyler
1819
  • 10 April 1818/19 June John Mandaville William Dickerson Eve Mandeville
  • born 4 Jan. Nathannel Danel Jackason Elezebeth Doremus
  • 18 April/14 Nov. Isaac Mead Garret Demott Catherine Mead
  • 9 May/ 5 Dec. Elizabeth John Kanouse Sarah Van Ness
  • 14 July /5 Dec. Barbary Ellen James Doremus Anna Parlaman
  • 3 Oct./6 Nov. Jane Richard Van Duyn Elizabeth Fredericks
  • 24 Oct./5 Dec. Henry James J. Jacobus Mary Provost
  • 7 Nov./5 Dec. Jacob John Clark Rachel Doremus
  • 8 Nov./5 Dec. Harriet Jacob H. Van Ness Maria Thomas
1820
  • 5 Nov.1819/23 Jan. Cornelius Matthew Harring Maria Doremus
  • 5 Dec. 1819/May 7 William William Van Duyn Elizabeth Doremus
  • 6 Jan./9 April Catherine Daniel Jacobus Susan Stephens
  • 13 Feb./2 July Mary Stephen Miller Eve Van Duyn
  • 4 Feb./9 April John John H. Demot Margaret Mead
  • 8 April/20 Aug. Daniel Henry T. Fredericks Margaret Fredericks
  • 18 April/9 July Stephen Nicholas Van Duyn Hannah Youngs
  • 3 May/13 Aug. Rachel Cornelius Van Duyn Martha Mandaville
  • 15 June/8 Oct. Jacob Lawerence Demarest Margaret Romine
  • 3 July/23 July Charity Edmund Duryea Hetty Hiler
  • 12 July/20 Aug. Jane Peter Hyler Charity Collerd
  • 31 July/10 Sept. Richard Richard Gladson Mary Gladson
  • 8 Aug./10 Dec. Catherine Elenore John Elgin Sarah Miller
  • 10 Aug./10 Sept. Jacob Daniel Romaine Jane Van Duyn
  • 27 Oct./10 Dec. Jane Daniel Romine Sarah Clark

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