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New Jersey Marriages at the Reformed Dutch Church of Montville 1863-1873

(transcribed by John E. Sashenosky 1968)
(re-transcribed by Kevin Riley 2001)
Contributor: Kevin Riley

Notes:
I would strongly suggest anyone finding ( or not finding) ancestors here to check out LDS film # 0888747, records of the First Reformed Dutch Church at Montville. Sashenosky was not the most careful of scribes; he insisted on seing the letter 'r' where 'z' should , for example. He consistantly wrote Elirabeth and Elira for Elizabeth and Eliza. Except for obvious gaffes such as that, I have remained true to the spellings of the names and places in the manuscript.

There are gaps in the records; Iam not sure how complete this version is. (Earlier marriages (1795-1835 / )are indexed in the "Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey" Vols. 4-9. These are available via the Persi at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne.) A few of the marriages have an additional note or two (ie, "a lovely day", "her brother present", etc). I have enclosed all names, dates and places.

My ancestors here are John Henry Collerd and Sarah Willis, and their parents: Henry Collerd and Sarah Mourrison and William Mitchell Willis and Lurenda Hotchkiss. Mahalo nui loa to Walt Olson of the Montville Historical Society for supplying the amanuscript to me (and ultimately you, dear reader)

My few notes are signed 'KR'.


Groom (and parent{s}); Residence / Date / Bride and (parent{s}); Residence

Peter Young / Aug. 24 1826 / Catherine Peer

Thomas Lash / Dec. 28 1826 / Sarah Rickle

Charles Towland / Dec. 30 1826 / Mary Ackerbook

David Resler / Feb. 17, 1827 / Rachael Perry (Rockaway)

Calvin Jacobus / March 3, 1827 / Martha Jacobus

William Blowers / May 30, 1827 / Margaret Miller

John Vreeland / May 31, 1827 / Mary Kanouse

Daniel Demarest / Sept. 1827 / Sarah Jacobus

Henry McElroy / Oct.. 17, 1827 / Susan Arong

Abraham Romaine / Dec. 27, 1827 / Eleanor Peer

Elias J. Jacobus / May 26, 1828 / Margaret Young

Cornelius Van Horne / June 21, 1828 / Catherine Scott

Nicholas Rites / June 28, 1828 / Maria Blowers (William Blowers)

Nichodimus Smalley / Aug. 9, 1828 / Sarah Jacobus (David Jacobus)

Phillip W. Smith (Cadwalleder Smith) / Feb. 17, 1833 / Mary Hiler ( John P. Hiler)

Moses A. Baldwin (Elijah Baldwin) / Feb. 18, 1833 / Mary Jacobus ( James J. Jacobus)

Peter J. Vreeland (John Vreeland) / May 2, 1833 / Eleanor Jacobus (Abram C. Jacobus) (both "of Towahah neighborhood")

Joseph Board (Joseph Board) ("of Boardville near Pompton") / June 22, 1833 / Mary Kingsland (Isaac Kingsland)

Robert Courter (Herman Courter) / June 27, 1833 / Ann Van Duyne (Martin A. Van Duyne)

Bernard C. Ryerson ((Pompton Plains;Willian Ryerson) / Oct.. 26, 1834 / Mrs. Mary Vreeland (Henry Van Duyne)

William Atkins / April 12, 1834 / Sarah Earle (Morris Earle) (both of Montville)

James Tuttle (John Tuttle) / May 12, 1834 / Electa Bedford (Simeon Bedford) (both of Montville)

Samuel Riker (Isaac Riker) / July 17, 1834 / Jane Cyphers (George Cyphers)

James Young (Peter Young) / Aug. 30, 1834 / Maria Duryea (Edmund Duryea)

Guy C. Smith (Powerville;Rozil Smith) / Sept. 14, 1834 / Elizabeth Ann Salter (Ebenezer Salter)

Ebenezer Condit / Oct.. 12, 1834 / Ann Merry (Samuel Merry)

John J. Doremus (John T. Doremus) / Dec. 27, 1834 / Catherine J. Jacobus (James B. Jacobus)

Ira Green / Nov. 8, 1834 / Susan Doremus (John T. Doremus)

Levi Barker (John Barker) / May 2, 1835 / Eliza Huyler (Peter Huyler)

Henry C. Doremus (Cornelius A. Doremus) / June 18, 1835 / Sarah Harinz (Abraham Harinz)

Rev. Frederick F. Cornell (Rev. John Cornell) / Oct.. 24, 1835 / Ellen Doremus (James Doemus)

John Stager (Henry Stager) / July 4, 1835 / Catherine Low (Nicholas Low)

William Dickson (James Dickson) / Dec. 6, 1835 / Martha Vreeeland (Abram Vreeland)

John Riker (Jacob Riker) / Dec. 10, 1835 / Jane Stager (Henry Stager)

Cornelius A. Doremus (Abram Doremus) / March 20, 1836 / Mrs. Ann Van Duyne (Jacob Peer)

Richard Husk / Nov. 25, 1837 / Mary Cyphers (both of Montville)

Abraham Vandyne Jr. / Sept. 1837 / Sarah Class (both of Persepeney)

James Macglarkin / Dec. 31, 1837 / Julian Dickenson (both of Paterson)

Abraham Jacobus / Feb. 28, 1838 / Susan Eliza Collard (both of Montville) (Henry Collard & Sarah Mourison)

Abraham Wrights / July 4, 1838 / Dinah Jackson (both of Boonton and "Colored people")

Nicholas Pier (of Montville) / Sept. 8, 1838 / Rachel Cypher (of "Old Boonton")

Jonathan Kelly / Oct.. 20, 1838 / Jane Jacobus (both from Montville)

Abraham Van Est / Oct.. 27, 1838 / Margaret Wrights(Montville) (both "colored people")

Henry Beech ("of New York")/ Nov. 20, 1838 / Louisa Maria Gaines (Montville; Dr. Gaines)

William Kernick / Feb. 16, 1839 / Jane Bot (both "of Montville")

Cornelius Jacobus Jr. / Nov. 7, 1840 / Saphronia Berry (Pompton Plains) (Montville) (married at Pompton Plains)

Robert Jackson (Boonton; Robert Jackson) / Nov. 25, 1840 / Hannah Allen (Parsippany; Rebecca Allen)

John A. Meeker (Newark;Jeptha Meeker & Rachael Allen)/ Dec. 27, 1840 / Ellen F. Young (Montville; Anthony Young & Mary Hormedu)

James Tappan / Feb. 12, 1842 / Caroline Vanriper

William Cole / April 7, 1842 / Elizabeth Doland

Daniel Jacobus / March 19, 1842 / Charity Dargea

Silas Peer / March 2, 1842 / Mariah V.P.Stiles

Henry Lyons / April 17, 1842 / Elizabeth Henderson

Peter Vanness / July 8, 1842 / Elizabeth Vanderhoof

Martin Gardiner (Trumansberg, Tomkins County, NY) / Jan. 14, 1844 / Hannah Holtz (Pequannock)

Henry Speer (Hanover Twp;Increase Speer) / Jan. 17, 1844 / Rachel Ann Young (Pequannock)

William McD. Robison (Dumfrieshire, Scotland; Peter Robison) / March 23, 1844 / Clarissa Van Ness (Jacksonville;Jacob C. Van Ness)

David Wilson Jacobus (Fairfield; John D. Jacobus) / April 6, 1844 / Hannah Jacobus (Peq; Abrm. C Jacobus)

Caleb Tuttle / Sept. 21, 1844 / Jane Demott (both of Hanover Twp)

Ebenezer Van Duyne (C.M. Van Duyne) / April 16, 1845 / Leah Maria Jacobus (Jas. A. Jacobus) (both of Pequannock)

Abraham Van Duyne (John M. Van Duyne) / May 14, 1845 / Caroline Morrison (Peter Morrison) both of Pequannock)

Josiah P. Huntoon (Paterson) / May 24, 1845 / Sarah Doremus (James Doremus)

Henry Shugard / April 6, 1846 / Ellen Baldwin (both of Newark)

John Parleman Doremus (James Doremus) / June 24, 1846 / Sarah Martha Huyler (John P. Huyler) (both of Pequannock)

Jacob Crane / July 1, 1846 / Mary Ann Morrison (Peter Morrison) (both of Pequannock)

Thomas Doremus (of Newark)/ Oct.. 7, 1846 / CatherineVan Duyne (C.M. Van Duyne)

John Henry Collerd (Henry Collerd & Sarah Mourison of Montville) / Jan. 1, 1847 / Sarah Willis (William Willis &Lurenda Hotchkiss of Pine Brook)

John Barker (John Barker) / May 29, 1847 / Susan Berry (both of Peq.)

Cornelius Mowerson / March 7, 1847 / Elsey Low (both of Peq.)

Jacob Rapp (Bergen)/ July 3, 1847 / Martha Jacobus (Peq; Daniel D. Jacobus)

Ambrose Ryerson / Sept. 15, 1847 / Mary Catherine Vreeland (both of Peq.)

George Cummings (Warren County NJ) / Dec. 18, 1847 / Ellen Jane Dodd (Peq.)

Garret Jacobus / Jan. 1, 1848 / Ann Gordon (both of Peq.)

Charles Heemsoth / Jan. 3, 1848 / Catharine Lutkenhas ("both of Pequannock Twp. and formerly of Germany")

Matthias Hutchinson (Parsippany.)/ Oct.. 1, 1848 / Sarah Elija Wright (Parsippany) ("colored")

Elijah Vandroof / March 3, 1849 / Amanda Miller (both from Peq.)

Isaac Thompson (Ramapo, Rockland, NY) / Aug. 1, 1850 / Rosanna Carr (Pompton Plains)

Charles Thompson / Sept. 29, 1849 / Anastatia (d/o "the wife of Wm. Duryea") (both of Peq;"colored")

Samuel Blowers (Wm. Blowers) / May 20, 1848 / Hetty Vanduyne (J.M. Vanduyne) (both of Peq.)

Albntis (name as orig.-KR) Howell (Hanover; Samuel Howell) 1848 / Harriet Demott (Parsippany; Jacob Demott)

Richard Duryee (Peq; Edmund Duryee) / June 27, 1848 / Maria Gaines (Hanover; Jesse Gaines)

Wm. Degran / Dec. 23, 1848 / Mary Ann Botts (Wm. Botts) (both from Peq.)

Elijah Vandroof / March 3, 1849 / Amanda Miller (both of Peq.)

Samuel Easton Chamberlyn (Conn.) / April 26, 1849 / Rachel Ann Miller (Pine Brook; Henry Miller)

George Botts (Wm. Botts) 1849 / Christina Hopper (David Hopper) (both of Peq.)

Nehemiah Baldwin / Feb. 21, 1850 / Mrs. Zilpah Stansbury (both of Bloomfield)

Isaac Thompson (Ramapo, Rockland , NY) / Aug. 1, 1850 / Rosanna Carr (Pompton)

Elijah E. Francisco / June 2, 1851 / Mrs. Phebe Pere

John Kevker / July 3, 1851 / / June Campbell

George Wright / Nov. 12, 1851 / (no name shown-KR)

Joseph Kent / Dec. 6, 1851 / (no name shown, but shw was d/o Elias J. Jacobus)

Frederick Cook / March 6, 1853 / Sarah Barmore

John Riker / March 16, 1853 / Catherine Demouth

John D. Taylor / April 27. 1853 / Ellen Huyler

Lewis Ryker / May 7, 1853 / Caroline Goble

Christopher Spindler (Pompton Plains) / May 21, 1853 / Catherine Hopper (Beavertown)

James P. Vreeland / May 25, 1853 / Harriet Bush (Fairfield)

James Milner / June 15, 1853 / Ann Maria Sander (both of Boonton)

Jesse Lyons / June 1853 / Emma Doty (both of Boonton)

William Keifer / Aug. 21, 1853 / Julia Ann Freeman

John Taylor / Sept. 3, 1853 / Sarah Wilson (both of Boonton)

John Noowood ( Newark) / Sept. 15, 1853 / Helen S. Doremus (Cornelius B. Doremus)

David R. Gordon (Montville) / Sept. 24, 1853 / Elira L. Jacobus (Daniel Jacobus)

David Jacobus / Oct.. 19, 1853 / Elizabeth Peer (both of Boonton)

Peter S. Bogert / Dec. 22, 1853 / Emma S. Jacobus (Montville; (Bloomfield) David Jacobus)

Charles E. Williams (Bloomfield) / Feb. 12, 1854 / Louisa Baldwin (Montville)

William Vanderhoff ((Denville) / March 11, 1854 / Jane Welsher (Parsippany)

Gilbert Jacobus / June 7, 1854 / Elira Husk (Abrm & Ester

(Abrm. B. & Catherine of "the Waughow") of Fairfield)

Thomas O. Jacobus (Fairfield) / June 8, 1854 / Martha Jacobus ( Abrm. & Catherine of "the Waughow")

Isaac Provost (Montville) / Sept. 20, 1854 / Elizabeth Jane Jacobus (Totowa;Nicholas Jacobus)

William B. Baird (Newark) / Nov. 24, 1854 / Margaret Casly (Boonton)

William Barmour (Abrm. Barmour) / Dec. 30, 1854 / Amanda R. Stiles (Samuel G. & Sarah Ann Stiles)

John A. Broadwell (Mendham; Stephen M. & Elizabeth H.Broadwell) / Jan. 24, 1855 / Sarah Ann Doremus (Parsippany; John A. & Sally Doremus)

Johnathan Provost (Jacob & Susan Provost) / Feb. 10, 1855 / Frances Carman (Cornelius & Ellen Carman)

William Edgar Davenport (George L. & Sally Maria Davenport) / Feb. 22, 1855 / Delia Ann Hopper (Mahlon & Sally Ann Hopper)

Abraham M. Wagoner (Newfoundland; William & Margaret Wagoner) / Feb. 24, 1855 / Elizabeth Vanduyne (Montville; John W. & Margaret Vanduyne)

John Carlin / April 26, 1855 / Charlotte Thacker (both of Boonton)

William H. Taylor (Bloomfield; Calvin Taylor & Harriet B. Hays) / May 30, 1855 / Mary Doremus (Montville; Cor. B. Doremus & Catherine Debow)

Jeptha Williams (Arle Williams) / June 21, 1855 / Mrs. Elizabeth Jacobus (Edward Puvce)(both of Fairfield)

Benjamin B. Taylor (John & HannahTaylor) / Oct.. 31, 1855 / Susan A.Campbell (James & Hannah Campbell) (both of Montville)

Samuel C. Campbell (James & Hannah Campbell) / Oct.. 31, 1855 / Mary G. Neal (Daniel & Jane Neal) ("all of Montville")

Augustus R. Beach (Caldwell; Jared & Elira Beach) / Dec. 23, 1855 / Hannah M. Willis (Pine Brook; William Willis & Lurenda Hotchkiss)

John W. Flurry (Morristown; Victor & Hannah L. Starkey) / Jan. 1, 1856 / Elizabeth R. Starkey (Benjamin & Martha Starkey)

Joseph Pienovi (Newark ; Joseph & Isabella Ann Pienovi of New York) / Dec. 31, 1855 / Catherine Jacobus (Abrm. & Mariah Jacobus "of the Waughow")

George G. Kingsland (Boonton ;William & Phebe Kingsland) / Dec. 27, 1856 / Maritta Tucker (Powerville; Charles C. & Marid Tucker)

Peter Fredericks Jr. (Montville; Thomas H. & Elizabeth Fredericks) / Dec. 25, 1856 / Sarah / June Vanness (Pine Brook; Henry H. & Eliza Speer)

Francis A. Talks (Morristown;William & Phebe Talks) / Jan. 1, 1857 / Mrs. Amanda Wilson (Parsippany;Mahlon & Donvtly (?-KR) Stickle

Aaron Sandon / Jan. 10, 1857 / Sarah E. Vanduyne (John M. & Ellen Vanduyne)

Isaac S. Higgins (Rahway) / Feb. 12, 1857 / Mary E. Conklin (Somerville)

Griffin Bush (Caldwell) / Feb. 14, 1857 / Sarah Ellen Vanduyne (Montville)

Charles Hopler / July 25, 1857 / Sarah S. Vanhoon (Boonton)

Aaron Romer (Bloomfield) / June 24, 1857 / Sarah Ann Courter (Montville)

Joseph Kanouse / Sept. 5, 1857 / Sockey M. Vanhoon

David R. Jacobus / Sept. 27, 1857 / Sarah F. Miller (both of Montville)

Peter Allen ("Col. of Troy"; Albert & Jane Allen) / Dec. 23, 1857 / Susan L. Duker (Montville;James & Jane Duker

Thomas Allender (England;Thomas & Ellen Allender) / March 9, 1858 / Mary C. Vreeland (Stoney Brook; Henry & Jane Vreeland)

James O. Jacobus / March 20, 1858 / Hetty E. Vanness (both of Caldwell)

Albert Vanduyne (written as s/o" Nicholas & Hannah") / May 8, 1858 / Catherine E. Vanduyne (written as d/o "Nicholas & Hannah") (Hopefully a transcriber's error or at least there were 2 Nicholas & Hannah Vanduynes!-KR)

Albert Terhune Jr. Pompton Plains; Albert & Jane Terhune) / May 29, 1858 / Leah Ann Jacobus ("of Waghaw"; (Abrm. A. & Maria Jacobus)

Andrew F. Kirby (Nicholas & Sarah Kirby) / July 6, 1858 / Sarah. M Taylor (Horace C. & Eliza Taylor)

James D. Young (David & Mary Young) / July 31, 1858 / Mary E. Courter (Robert & Ann Courter)

Jeremiah Doremus (John T. Doremus) / Aug. 26, 1858 / Lucinda Vanduyne (Abrm. C. Vanduyne) (married at Passaic Valley, Morris Co.)

Peter C. Condit (William S. & Eliza Condit) / Sept. 12, 1858 / Mary Henion (Fairfield; Henry & Mary Henion)

Timothy Jacobus (Cedar Grove) / Oct.. 27, 1858 / Sarah Vanderhoff (Passaic Valley)

Absalom K. Bush (Fairfield) / Nov. 25, 1858 / Mrs. Mary Ann Crane (Montville)

George Jacobus (Abrm. A. & Maria Jacobus) / Jan. 23, 1859 / Mary Provost (Jacob & Susan Provost)

George Vanduyne (John W. & Peggy Vanduyne) / March 5, 1859 / Juliette Taylor (George & Anna Taylor)(both of Taylortown)

Henry Botts (William & Frances Botts) / April 11, 1859 / Mary Ashworth (James & Eliza Ashworth)(both "of the Waughaw")

Wm. H. Vanderhoof (John C. & Jane Vanderhoof) / May 28, 1859 / Mary E. Van Pelt (David & Maria Bayard)(as in original-KR)

John Bohl (Orange) / Sept. 3, 1859 / Catherine A. Timbrook ("Old Boonton")

Walter D. Jacobus (Jacob C. & Rachel Jacobus) / Oct.. 25, 1859 / Sarah Jane Vanduyne (Isaac R. & Rachel Vanduyne)

Joseph Class ( John & Ann Class) / Feb. 26, 1860 / Henetta Street (John A. & Phebe Street) (Both of Powerville)

John Decker Andrew & Phebe Decker) / March 17, 1860 / Mary Jane Vanduyne (John W. & Margaret Vanduyne) (Both of Taylortown)

Elias Tucker (Powerville; Charles C. & Maria) / May 15, 1860 / Phebe E. Blanchard (Beach ;Abner & Catherine Blanchard)

Nicholas N. Jacobus (Boonton;Nicholas J. & Mary Jacobus) / May 24, 1860 / Margaret Demott (Parsippany;Jacob & Jane Demott)

Wm. S. Van Fleet (New Brunswick;Burgan H. & Mary Jane Van Fleet) / July 18, 1860 / Anna Doremus (Paresippany;Jacob & Jane Doremus)

Elijah Fredericks (Montville;Peter & Ann C. Fredericks) / Aug. 4, 1860 / Margaret Steder (Stony Brook;Jacob & Catherine Steder)

Barnet Culvert / Sept. 20, 1860 / Catherine Husk (Montville;Richard &Mary Husk)

Daniel D. Timkins (Montville;Daniel D. & Cathrine) / Dec. 12, 1860 / Ellen E. Hovencamp(Parsippany;Stauts & Ellen Hovencamp)

William Pittenger (Charles & Matilda Pittenger)/ Dec. 30, 1860 / Hannah Kanouse (Thomas & Betsey Kanouse)

Daniel S. Vanduyne (Pine Brook;Simon & Elizabeth Vanduyne) / Feb. 14, 1861 / Mrs. Augusta Dodd (East Bloomfiled;Thomas & Elizabeth Darling)

Christopher D. Woodruff (Rahway;Christopher D. Woodruff ; Elizabeth Woodruff) / May 12, 1861 / Marietta H. Crane (Pine Brook)

Peter T. Vanness (Caldwell;Thomas & Martha Vanness) / Sept. 28, 1861 / Elizabeth Ann Cook ("Waughaw";George J. & Sarah Cook)

John B. Van Sann (E.D.O. Van Sann) / Oct.. 16, 1861 / Adeline Jacobus (Hannah Blauvet)

B. C. Gnerin (Guerin?-KR)(Stephen & Susan Gnerin) / Dec. 29, 1861 / Leonora Dixon (William M. & Martha Dixon)

Henry Taylor (Boonton; James & Maria Taylor) / May 3, 1862 / Emma Jane Jones (Charles & Harriet Jones)

Herman Vreeland (Jacksonville; John H. & Sophia Vreeland) / June 15, 1862 / Rachel Ann Wright (James & Sarah Wright)

Peter Kanouse / July 3, 1862 / Emn (as in transcript-KR) Peer

Edward M. Kanouse / Aug. 10, 1862 / Mary E. Kayhart

David Greenswike / Sept. 17, 1862 / Mrs. Catherine Riker (both of Split Rock)

Lyman Manderville / Sept. 23, 1862 / Harriet Doremus

Abraham Barmore / Nov. 19, 1862 / Mrs. Sarah Minard

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