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Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey, 1686-1802

Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
New York, New York : Holland Society of New York, 1891
2 v.
Holland Society of New York church record collection; v. 075

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To view a digital version of Vol. 1 pt. 1 of this item click here.

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Originally published: [New York, New York] : Holland Society of New York, c1891. 2 v. : ill.

Because of an error in printing, volumes one and two were issued as v. 1, pt. 1 (349 p.) and v. 1, pt. 2 (386 p.) respectively.

These are records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack; the First Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh, or South Schraalenburgh Church, located at Bergenfield; and the Second Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh, or North Schraalenburgh Church, located at Dumont. The records of these churches are intermingled in these transcriptions, since there was such a close connection among the churches. In early times the village of Dumont was known as the village of Schraalenburgh. This early name for Dumont must not be confused with the general area known as the Schraalenburgh.

Includes index.

Vol. 1 pt. 1 contains pastors 1686-1833; members 1686-1763, 1769, 1782, 1791-1801; marriages 1695-1752, 1790-1792, 1799-1802; baptisms 1686, 1689, 1694-1802; minutes of the consistory including elders and deacons 1686, 1694-1723, 1749, 1757-1782, 1792, 1797-1801.

Vol. 1, pt. 2 contains pastors, 1731-1756; elders and deacons 1731, 1748, 1753-1766, 1784-1799; minutes of the consistory 1749-1756; members 1733-1801; marriages 1724-1768, 1784-1802; baptisms, most with birth dates, 1724-1801.

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