Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Middletown (now Mapletown) in the town of Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New York, 1803-1901

by Keefer, Donald A.

Publisher: A.C.M. Kelly in Rhinebeck, N.Y

Written in English
Published: Pages: 150 Downloads: 993
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Places:

  • Canajoharie (N.Y.),
  • New York (State),
  • Canajoharie.

Subjects:

  • Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (Mapletown, Y.Y.) -- Registers.,
  • Registers of births, etc. -- New York (State) -- Canajoharie.,
  • Church records and registers -- New York (State) -- Canajoharie.,
  • Canajoharie (N.Y.) -- Genealogy.

Edition Notes

Other titlesMapletown Reformed Church, Canajoharie, N.Y.
Statementcompiled by Donald A. Keefer.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF129.C197 K44 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 150 p. ;
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1516730M
LC Control Number93201935

Part 1, – Holland Society of New York () Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, – Excerpted from Year Books . Herkimer, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Vol. 2. This volume contains transcribed records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Herkimer in the town of Herkimer, Herkimer County, New York. Researchers should note that the volumes covering this church also include records from The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of German Flatts. Middletown Reformed Church, Middletown, New Jersey. likes. Rev. Dr. Tricia Sheffield, Pastor Sunday worship, AM/5(8). Description. This work consists of all the extant records belonging to the Reformed Dutch Church at New Paltz in New York State. It begins with an account of the organization of the church and continues with a verbatim transcript (in translation) of the minutes of the Consistory.

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Trans: Coordinated Records of Marriges and Baptisms from the Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church Consistory Books [] and the Registers of its Daughter Church at New Lots [],Kings County, Long Island, New York. Records of the First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the Town of Glen, (Glen, Montgomery) Records of the First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church and First Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam, (Amsterdam, Montgomery) Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Middletown (now Mapletown), (Canajoharie, . The Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church is a Dutch Reformed congregation in Manhattan, New York City, which has had a variety of church buildings and now exists in the form of four component bodies: the Marble, Middle, West End and Fort Washington Collegiate Church, all part of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Churches of New original . Records of Rev. Uriah Marvin while Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Union Village, and Nyack, Records of the First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the Town of Glen Records of the First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church and First Presbyterian Church, , Located at Manny's Corners, Town of Amsterdam.

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century were Dutch Reformed, French Protestant, and Lutheran churches. As New Englanders migrated to New York, the Congregational Church (Puritans) and Society of Friends (Quakers) grew.

Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in Oak Hill in the town of Durham, Greene County, N.Y. by Reformed Dutch Church in Oak Hill (Durham, N.Y.); Vosburgh, Royden Woodward; New York Genealogical and Biographical SocietyPages: Founded in New York City inthe Holland Society is home to collections relevant to the settlement and history of Dutch colonies in America, with an emphasis on New Amsterdam and Hudson River settlements.

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Kelly, Arthur C.M. (), Vital Records of the Protestant Reformed Church of Acquackanonck (Passaic, NJ), including some births ;and Acquackanonk Reformed Church Graveyard. Kinship (Previous published Holland Society); Published also as Old Acquackanonk Church Records as printed in "The Church Tablet" [Ch.T.] monthly newsletter of the Old First Church.

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