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Acq.RDCh. Kelly, Arthur C.M. (1992), Vital Records of the Protestant Reformed Church of Acquackanonck (Passaic, NJ),.1727-1816, including some births 1692-1726;and Acquackanonk Reformed Church Graveyard. Kinship (Previous published 1977 Holland Society); Published also as Old Acquackanonk Church Records as printed in "The Church Tablet" [Ch.T.] monthly newsletter of the Old First Church of Passaic, NJ (1895-1911) which has records from baptisms (1727 to 1895), (including some births 1692-1726), and marriage (1725-1895) [used for records after 1816] Records of bap. mar. and deaths from 1895-1911 are reported in the newsletter but are not indexed. An index for Vol. 2-16 is at NYG & B Library.

Albany RDCh. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809 with and introduction by Louis Duermyer Excerpted from the Year book of the Holland Society of New York (1904-1908, 1922-1927), GPC 1978.

Bolton Ch. - "Records of the Church in Bolton, CT," published in NEHGS Register, Vol. 52, 1898.

Brg.RDCh. Bergen NJ Reformed Dutch Church 1666-1788, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. (reprinted 1976) Holland Society Collection printed originally in the Holland Society of New York
Yearbooks
1913 (baptisms), 1914 (marriages), and 1915 (deaths and membership lists) as "Bergen Records: Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Bergen in New Jersey, 1666 to 1788 " by Dingman Versteeg and Thomas E. Vermilye Jr. with contributions by Nicholas G. Vreeland, et. al.

Brg. RDCh. II "Bergen Reformed Church records 1789-1877" published in Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. 50 #1 Jan. 1975 [Note: Do Not use the copy made in 1972 as it was found to be in error]

Barber Gravestone Inscriptions of Rockland Co., NY Vol. I-V (1931) by Mrs. Gertrude Barber)

Brinkerhoff - Marriage Records of Rev. Brinkerfoff - see Kakiat Reformed Dutch Church Records

Budke Tombstone Inscriptions of Bergen Co.k N.J. and Rockland Co., N. Y. by George H. Budke Vols. 1-4, 6-9

Clk.RDCh. Clarkstown RDCh. baptisms 1749-1794 printed in History of Rockland County, New York, Rev. David Cole, 1884 (reprinted with index compiled by Historians Roundtable of Rockland Co. and pub. by The Historical Society of Rockland Co., New City, NY in 1986.

Clk.RDCh. II Blauvelt, Nicholas G., "Clarkstown NY Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms 1795-1921" typescript;[Records 1750-1900 copied by George H. Budke 1917 Rare Books Manuscripts, NY Public Library NYC.]

Clk.RDCh. Mar. "Betrothals and Marriages, Dutch Ref. Church, Tappan, Rockland Co., N.Y" 1699-1824 translated from the Dutch by Rev. David Cole published in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 84-86, 98 Also The Marriage Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Tappan and Clarkstown NY 1694- 1831 (1909)(Originally translated by Rev. David Cole) compiled and arranged alphabetically by Walter Kenneth Griffin ed. (typescript - not cited in text).

Clk.Tr.RCh. Burman, Joan M. com.(1981), Genealogical Information from the Lost Ledger of the True Dutch Reformed Church of Clarkstown ;. Monroe NY Library Research Associates.

Demarest (Rev.) Marriage Records of Rev. Demarest - see Kakiat Reformed Dutch Church Records.

Dutchess Co. Cem. Poucher, J. W. (1924) Old Gravestones of Dutchess County, New York.

Eastchester - Eastchester Historical Society Series II; Vol. III, (1973) Burial Records of St. Paul's Church, Eastchester, 697 S. Columbus Ave., Mount Vernon, New York (Westchester Co. Historical Collection).

Fairfield RDCh. "Gansegat (Fairfield) Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms" in The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol VI, #1 Jul 1930 p.7; Marriages - Records of marriages and a few baptism 1822-1877 by Joseph Wilson, [He served at Fairfield RDCh., Essex Co. 1838-1844]; Manuscript Holland Society FHL film #1019522.

Fishkill RDCh. First Reformed Church, Fishkill, Dutchess Co., NY; copied, typed and inexed by Mrs. Jean D. Worden (1981).

Fishkill Cem. Tombstone Inscriptions from the churchyard of the First Reformed Church of Fishkill Village, compiled by E.W. Voorhis (n.d.).

Green.RDCh. Dutch Reformed Church, Greenwich Village, NY, NY ; marriages 1808-1859; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints computer printout (1977).

Hack.RDCh. I Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey, (1891) Published as Vol I, Part I, of Collections of the Holland Society of New York.

Hack.RDCh. II First Hackensack Reformed Church 1801-1886. (1943) by Herbert Stewart Ackerman and Arthur J. or 1st Hack.RCh. Goff, (privately printed) reprinted 1996 Also Hackensack, NJ, Reformed Dutch Church 1801-1885 Second Book, Assoc. of Blauvelt Descendants records. (Separate copies of records pages differ and Blauvelt copy has each entry numbered.)

Hack.Tr.R.Ch. Zabriskie FHL microfilms #1421,754-69; #1421,770-8.

Jam. RDCh. "Jamaica RDCh. 1774-1864" [Jamaica Long,Island, NY], The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 105-112.

Kakiat RDCh. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at Kakiat [1774-1864] by Rev. David D. Cole, (reprinted Baltimore, Genealogical Pub. Co., 1978); a.k.a. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of West New Hempstead, Rockland Co.NY Commonly called the Brick Church (Budke Collection BC-64].

Kingston RDCh. Baptismal and marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York (formerly named Wiltwyck, and often familiarly called Esopus or 'Sopus) 1660-1809transcribed and edited by; Rosewell Randall Hoes (1891).

Krell Krell, Peter. So That All May Be Remembered Vol. I Clarkstown Rockland Co. [Alphabetical, compiled cemetery records of Clarkstown, Rockland Co., NY] Clarkstown Bicentennial Commission, 1989.

Mahwah See Ramapo RDCh.

Meth. - 4 Records of Four Methodist Churches in Northern New Jersey [New Prospect Methodist Episcopal Church of Waldwick (1797-1870), Cross St. Methodist Ch. of Paterson (1862-1903), Prospect St. Methodist Episcopal Ch. Prospect St. Station, Paterson, NJ (1845-1901) and Market Street Methodist Episcopal Church (1860 1877) Herbert Stewart Ackerman and Arthur J Goff, (privately printed 1948)

Montville RDCh. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at Persepeney (Sic) now Montville, NJ organized on February 15th, 1774.

Montville Tr.RCh. Record of the Baptisms and Members of the True Dutch Reformed Church at Montville, NJ (March 22, 1824-October 8 1899 (copied in 1935) copy of manuscript bound into a book at The Joint Free Public Library of Morristown and Morris Township, Morristown, Morris Co., NJ.

N.P.MECh. New Prospect Methodist Episcopal Church, also known as Paramus MECh., MECh. of Franklin Twp., Bergen Co., and now known as the Waldwick United Methodist Church,25 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick,NJ. "Waldwick United Methodist Church Marriage sand Baptisms, 1797-1847" compiled by Kenn Stryker Rodda, in Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Vol. 64 pp.51-58, 99-106 Vol. 65 pp.25-28. (1989-1990) See also by Ackerman and Goff see Meth.- 4.

N.H. Pres. Records of the New Hempstead Presbyterian Church 1754-1892. Known locally as the English Church Rockland Co. NY., copied by George H. Budke 1919.

N.Schr.RDCh. North Schraalenburgh Reformed Dutch Church (North Church) Dumont, NJ 1802-1880 North Schraalenburgh Dutch Reformed Church at Dumont, NJ copied by Isaac N. Philhowert and Louis L. Blauvelt and copied by Mrs. Howard B. Britt and Miss Elaine Britt Jan 1940 (copies at PCHS and BCHS) also N. Schraalenburgh Reformed Dutch Church Second Book Association of Blauvelt Descendants Blauvelt, Louis L. Blauvelt, "Death Records of the North Schralenburgh (Dumont) Reformed Dutch Church" GMNJ Vol. 27: beginning p. 27; Zabriskie, George Olin "Annotations for the North Schraalenburgh Church Death Records of 1783-1824" GMNJ Vol. 34: beginning p. 19.

NY Cem. NY Cemetery Records. [now Maple Grove Cemetery, 583 Hudson St. Hackensack, NJ] ; copied and checked by Herbert S.,Ackerman, and Arthur J Goff, privately printed 1945.

NYC Meth. Mar. NY City Methodist Marriages from 1785-1893, Vol I. " Brides," Vol II "Grooms."

NY/NJ Cem. New York and New Jersey Cemeteries,. copied and checked by Herbert S.Ackerman, and Arthur J. Goff, privately printed (1947) Reprinted 1996

NY Lutheran "Lutheran Church Records" found in Holland Society Yearbook 1903 [Early records of pastors who visited Bergen and Rockland Counties to marry and baptize.]

NY RDCh. I Baptism from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church of N.Y [City]. (1901) Collection of the N.Y. Genealogical and Biographical Society Vol. 2, (Baptisms Vol. I.)(Reprinted The Greg Press, Upper Saddle River, NJ 1968).

NY RDCh. II Baptism from 1731 to 1800 in the Reformed Dutch Church of N.Y. [City]. (1902) Collection of the N.Y. Genealogical and Biographical Society Vol. 3, (Baptisms Vol. II.) (Reprinted as above.)

NY RDCh. Bur. Burial Register of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Manuscript Collection.

NY RDCh. Mar. Marriages from 1639 to 1801 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York. Collection of the N. Y. Genealogical and Biographical Society Vol. 1, 1890.

NY RDCh. Mar. II "Marriages of Reformed Dutch Church of New York City 1801-1866" he New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, beginning Vol. 70, p.35.

NY RDCh. Mem. The Book of Members or Register of the Members here since the year 1694 originally published The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 9 p. 38 et. seq. [Page numbers in text refer to a separately bound and indexed copy of those records, found at the NY GBS Library.] also publish in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 61 and 62.

NY Tr.R.Ch. True Reformed Church of New York City 1823-1831, typed by J. D. Quackenbush Jr, 1970 from photocopies made of the Church Records by Rutgers University #Ac 2447

Nyack RDCh. Nyack Reformed Dutch Church, Nyack Rockland Co., NY; (typescript at GSBC) Marriages 1843-1924; Baptisms 1842-1938; Members 1839-1882

Paramus Plains Cem. see Par.Tr.R.Ch.

Par.RDCh. Paramus Bergen County, New Jersey Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms 1740-1850, by Howard S. F. Randolph and Russel Bruce Rankin (1935) Somerville, NJ.: Somerset Press.

Par.RDCh. II Paramus Reformed Dutch Church Records Marriage 1799-1900, Baptisms 1851-1900; copied and checked by Herbert S. Ackerman, and Arthur J. Goff, privately printed, (1944).

Par.Tr.R.Ch. Records of True Reformed Church at Paramus, Members 1823-1899 Marriages 1856-1892;Bap. 1823-1897; Cemetery inscriptions, 1830-1938 copied and checked by Herbert S. Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff, privately printed, (1945); members 1823-1899 Marriages 1856-1892;Bap. 1823-1897; Cemetery inscriptions, 1830-1938 also Budke Cem. beginning #5737- which located cem. at corner of S. Pleasant and E. Ridgewood Ave. in Ridgewood; Cem. also called Paramus Plains Cem. was destroyed in 1948 and most of graves were move to George Washington Memorial Park, (at request of family they could have been reinterred elsewhere).  See, "Burials in the Paramus Plains Cemetery," published periodically in The Archivist beginning May 1992 Vol. XIX #2 p.6.

Pas. Co. Cem. I Passaic Co. Cemetery Book I - "Passaic First Reformed Church Cemetery Records" (Original Acquackanonk D/R/Church) copied by Mattie M. Bowman about 1939 from the Records In the Passaic County Clerk's Office Passaic Co. Court House, Paterson NJ. Property of Pas.Co. Historical Society) [Note the dates on these records are not always accurate, but it does list relationships not in the Ackerman Goff Cemetery Records].

Pompton Lakes RDCh. Marriage and Birth Records, Pompton Reformed Church, (1812-1864) Pompton Lakes, Passaic Co.NJ. by Anna Berry Tillinghast, Pompton RDCh.of the Mary Murray Chapter DAR NYC; (n.d.)

P.Pl.RDCh. Reformed Dutch Church Records of Pompton Plains (Members, Marriages, and Baptisms) typescript located at the Joint Free Public Library of Morristown and Morris Twp., Morristown, NJ [made from originals at Holland Society] Separate index compiled by Barbara Hoskins in 1974 also an Alphabetical hand written copy maid by Mattie Bowman in the Passaic Co. Historical Society of baptisms and marriages (used most often in the text). Marriages were recorded in the GMNJ Vol I p. 20-22, 40-42, 71, 98-99.

Prk.RDCh. Preakness and the Preakness Reformed Church, Passaic Co. N.J. A History 1695-1902, by George Warne Labaw, George Warne (1902)Board of Publishers of the Reformed Church in America [Note: Preakness is now Wayne, Passaic Co., NJ].

Psk.RDCh. Records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Pascack (Park Ridge), New Jersey, Vol. I and II, copied and compiled by Howard I. Durie, Woodcliff Lake, NJ 1943 (used in this text) Bap. 1814-1856; Book I was also published in The American Genealogist 1814-1856 beginning Vol.47 (1971) p.176 also Pascack Reformed Church and Cemetery Records, Park Ridge, NJ. copied and checked by Herbert S. Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff, privately printed, 1946 (used in text for some cemetery records. Pascack Reformed Dutch Church Cemetery also partially copied by Budke #7562-7793 Park Ridge Cemetery (south of church) #7794-8066.

Putnam Graves - Buys, Barbara Smith (1975) Old Gravestones of Putnam County, New York.

Ram.LCh Records of Ramapo Reformed Church at Mahwah, N. J. (includes gravestones) and
Ram. RDCh Records of Ramapo Lutheran Church at Mahwah, N. J. (includes gravestones) copied and checked by Herbert S. Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff privately printed 1944; Also "Ramapo Lutheran Church Records 1750-1817," published in Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Vol III, #2 (1913) p. 75 etc.

Ram. Ev. Luth. Ramapo Evangelical Lutheran Baptismal Record 1750-1770 copied and presented by J. Hosey Osborn who has in his possession original register in Dutch 1750-1770. Copied 1917 by Budke.

Ram.TRDCh. Record of the True Dutch Reformed Congregation of Ramapough, Bergen Co., NJ. 1824, later First Presbyterian Church of Ramsey, 15 Shuart Lane, Ramsey, NJ- typescript (copy at PCHS).

2nd RDCh.Pat. Second Reformed Church of Paterson The Pastor and the Church or Rev. John H. Duryea D.D. and The Second Reformed Church at Paterson, by Rev.Theo. W. Welles D.D.; NY Reformed Church of America, 1896 Baptisms 1828-1882, Marriages 1828-1896 [Note: Second River is now Bellville, NJ].

2nd Riv.RDCh.
Second River Reformed Dutch Church (Bellville, NJ) [1730-1800] GMNJ Vols. 3-4.

Schn.RDCh. Schenectady Reformed Church Marriages 1694-1768 ; Baptisms 1694-1811 by Arthur Kelly 1987.

Schr. RDCh. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh,New Jersey; Published as Vol. I, Part II, of Collections of the Holland Society of New York, (1891).

Schr.RDCh. II Schraalenburgh RDCh. Records Baptisms 1800-1912; Marriages 1803-1910 copied by Louis Blauvelt. Association of Blauvelt Descendants Records [Copy used by compiler has each entry numbered] (n.d.).

Sleepy Hollow The Old Dutch Burial Ground of Sleepy Hollow in North Tarrytown, NY, under the direction of William Grave Perry, Boston, The Rand Press, 1953.

S.R.MECh. Vol I of Pearl River Methodist Church Records are actually the records of the Saddle River Methodist Church 1855-65(microfilm at New City Library, New City, NY).

S.R.RDCh. Records of Saddle River Reformed Dutch Church, Upper Saddle River, NJ 1812-1924 copied and checked by Herbert S. Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff, (privately printed, 1944).

S.R.LCh. Records of Zion Lutheran Churches at Saddle River and Ramapo, N. J. second ed. (1821-1907) (includes gravestone inscriptions from church in Saddle River), copied and checked by Herbert Stewart Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff, (privately printed, 1943).

S.I. RDCh. Collections of the of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Vol IV (1909), Staten Island Church Records; Dutch Reformed Church of Port Richmond, S.I. Baptisms from 1696-1772; United Bretheren Congregation, commonly called Moravian Church, S.I. (Births and bap. 1749-1853, Marriages 1764-1863, deaths and burials 1758-1828; St. Andrews Church, Richmond, S.I. births and bap. from 1752 -1795, marriages from 1754 to 1808.

Tap.RDCh. History of Rockland County, New York, (with Appendix), Baptisms at Tappan, Including irregular congregation and baptisms at Clarkstown, New York., Cole, David ed J. B. Beers and Co. 1884 (reprinted with index compiled by Historians Roundtable of Rockland Co. and pub. by The Historical Society of Rockland Co., New City NY in 1986; "Betrothals and Marriages, Dutch Ref. Church, Tappan, Rockland Co., N.Y" 1699-1824 translated from the Dutch by Rev. David Cole published in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society) Vol. 84-86, 98 Also The Marriage Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Tappan and Clarkstown NY 1694-1831 (1909)(Originally translated by Rev. David Cole) compiled and arranged alphabetically by Walter Kenneth Griffin ed. (typescript - not cited in text).

Tap.RDCh.II Second Book of Records of Tappan Church, Marriages 1851-1905, Baptisms 1816-1932, Nicholas G. Blauvelt (manuscript) 1937.

Tary.RDCh. First Record Book of the Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow. Yonkers, (NY) ; by Rev. David Cole,(1901) (Reprinted 1996).

37 Cem. Thirty -Seven Cemeteries in New Jersey. copied and checked by Herbert S. Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff, privately printed, (1946) (reprinted 1996).

Tot.RDCh. Totowa RDCh. Baptisms 1756-1808 printed in History of the Old Dutch Church at Totowa, by William Nelson (1892) (reprinted 1992).

Valleau Cem. Valleau Cemetery Records. Ridgewood, NJ copied and checked by Herbert Stewart Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff, (privately printed, 1944).

Waldwick Meth. See N.P.MECh.

West Milford Pres. List of Members and Baptismal Records found in the Session Book of Minutes of the West Milford Presbyterian Church (formerly called Long Pond and New Milford) 1819-1884.copied by George P. Kent (1964)

White Plains Cem. Spies, Frances Ferdinand, copier and contributor of genealogical notes, (1923) Inscriptions from Gravestones in Rural Cemetery, White Plains, Westchester Co., NY (handwritten notebook #38 in the Westchester Co. Historical Society Collection).

Wy.RDCh. Records of Wyckoff Reformed Protestant Dutch Church.; Including Gravestone Inscriptions from the Churchyard) (1864-1925)copied and checked by Herbert Stewart Ackerman and Arthur J.Goff, (privately printed 1945).

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