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Baptisms at the First Reformed Dutch Church of Montville 1821-1828

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.

1821
  • 2 Nov. 1820/24 June James Peter Mowerson Elizabeth Van Horn
  • 14 Nov. 1820/25 Feb. Thomas Tunis Kanouse Mary Van Duyn
  • 30 Nov. 1820/21 Jan. Leah Maria James A. Jacobus Jr. Harriet Van Ness
  • 28 Jan./3 June Henry Thomas Kanouse Elizabeth Van Ness
  • 1 Feb./3 June Sarah Jane John Kanouse Sarah Van Ness
  • 20 Feb./1 July James Jacobus Isaac Courter Anna Doremus
  • 2 March/22 June Sarah Catherine Barnabas Doremus Susan Dodd
  • 7 March/3 June Abraham John Hiler Ellen Kanouse
  • 19 March/3 June Henry George Cyphers Catherine Van Duyn
  • 23 March/24 June Margaret Nicholas Low (dec.) Margaret Vreeland
  • 28 March/3 June Martin A. Martin A. Van Duyn (dec.) Catherine Lines
  • 29 March/2 Sept. Isaac Van Saun Henry Banta Catherine Low
  • 15 April/2 Dec. Cornelius Robert Dodd Anna Doremus
  • 6 May/5 Aug. Edward Morris Rev. James Brinkerhoff Maria Lewis
  • 29 June/5 Aug. Charaty Cornelius Henion Ann Mandaville
  • 28 July/24 Oct. James Henry Martin Youngs Rachel Vreeland
  • 31 Aug./11 Nov. Nicholas Matthion Herring Maria Doremus
  • 20 Sept./17 Dec. John Abraham Hennion Clarisa Demott
  • 25 Sept./28 Oct. Cornelius Abraham C. Jacobus Charaty Courter
  • *The 3 births below are out of sequence and placed by baptismal date:
  • * 17 Aug. 1816/2 Dec. Daniel Robert Dodd Anna Doremus
  • * 17 Aug. 1816/2 Dec. Margaret Robert Dodd Anna Doremus
  • * 31 Oct. 1818/2 Dec. Elenour Robert Dodd Anna Doremus
1822
  • 8 Nov. 1821/April 14 John Peter Vreeland Rachel Doremus
  • 6 Jan. 21 April Daniel Romine Henry Doremus Maria Romine
  • 18 Feb./ 31 May Thomas Edward James Doremus Anna Parlaman
  • 26 March/26 May John Henry Nicholas Van Duyn Hannah Youngs
  • 15 March/26 May Ebenezer Cornelius Van Duyn Sarah Van Duyn
  • 5 April/12 May John Henry Henry Collerd Sally Mowerson
  • 30 May/8 Sept. Mary Ann Garret Demott Catherine Mead
  • 15 July/3 Nov. James John Demot Margaret Mead
  • 26 June/3 Nov. Jacob Henry Jacob Hiler Mary Van Ness
  • 5 Aug./10 Nov. Jacob Thomas Pier Frowne Romine
  • 16 Aug./8 Dec. Mary Ann Peter Mowerson Elizabeth Van Horn
  • 30 Oct./15 Dec. Catherine Cornelius Doremus Elizabeth Mandaville
1823
  • 15 Oct. 1822/9 March Sarah Elizabeth Peter Doremus Maria Hiler
  • 4 Dec. 1822/13 April Henry Abraham Hennion Clarissa Demott
  • 7 Dec. 1822/20 April Jasper Barnabus Doremus Susan Dodd
  • 13 Dec. 1822/26 Jan. Elisabeth Josephine Van der Water Rev. James Brinkerhoff Maria Lewis
  • 8 Jan./17 Jan. Rachel Aaron Van Der Hoof Jane Van Duyn
  • 6 Feb./13 April Nicholas Daniel N. Romine Sarah Clark
  • 15 March/13 July Rachel Ann Peter Younge Sarah Wardlow
  • 11 April/10 Aug. Henry William Daniel Dickerson Elizabeth Doremus
  • 24 April/15 June Richard Edmund Duryea Hester Hiler
  • 10 May/7 Sept. Fredric k Isaac Van Ness Mary Fredricks
  • 27 May/16 Nov. Sarah William Dickerson Eve Mandeville
  • 22 May/16 Nov. Rachel Isaac Courter Anna Doremus
  • 2 June /3 Aug. Charity John Kervis Jane Kent
  • 9 Aug./12 Oct. William Lawrence Demarest Margaret Romine
  • 10 Aug./19 Oct. Mary Jane Isaac Manderville Sarah Vreeland
  • 15 Aug./Oct. 19 Catherine Peter Vreeland Rachel Doremus
  • 27 Aug./16 Nov. Lydia Robert Dodd Anna Doremus
1824
  • 16 Nov. 1823/18 Jan. Abraham Daniel Romine Jane Van Duyn
  • 8 Dec. 1823/18 Jan. Cornelius James H. Vreeland Sophia Van Ness
  • 11 Dec. 1823/9 May James Mathew Haring Mariah Doremus
  • 14 Feb./11 July Daniel Thomas D. Peer Sophronia Romine
  • 26 Feb./11 July Silas Nicholas Vanduyne Hannah Young
  • 24 March/July 11 John Parlaman James Doremus Ann Parlaman
  • 23 April/14 June Susan Tunis Kanouse Marita Van Dine
  • 13 June/28 Sept. Martin & Catherine Cornelius M. Vanduyne Sarah Vanduyne
  • 8 Aug./26 Sept. Sarah Martha John P. Hyler Mary Ann Jacobus
1825
  • 23 Oct. 1824/8 May Catherine Cornelius Vanduyme Mary Mandeville
  • 10 Dec.1824/8 May Hannah Abraham C. Jacobus Getty Courter
  • 4 Feb./28 May Jane Jiles Demott Elizabeth Young
  • 8 April/10 July Jane Daniel N. Romine Sarah Clark
  • 27 April/9 Oct. Sally Ann Abraham Henion Claracy Demott
  • 5 Aug./9 Oct. Hetty Mariah John Vanduyne Elenner Husk
  • 12 Dec. Ezra William Dickerson Effy Deckeson
1826
  • 13 Sept./12 Nov. Jane John R. Van Duyne Sally Doremus
  • 12 Nov. John Boon Morris Earle Catherine Crank
  • (both the above are also recorded in 1825 in the transcript-KR)
1828
  • 5 May/6 July Nicholas George Cyphers Catherine Van Duyne
  • 9 June 1827/27 July Agnes Cornelia Giles Jacobus Eliza Pell
  • 22 June Cornelius Henry John Peer Sarah Niry
  • 6 July Thomas Arnold Jacob Huyler Polly Van Ness
  • 18 Dec. 1827/8 June Charity John R. Van Duyne Sally Doremus

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