Dec 10, 1709. A marriage recorded in the Dutch Reformed Church between Jan Michiel Sperling and Geertie Pieters. Location: Hackensack, Bergen, NJ (Residence: Acquiggenock [Passaic]) between 1720-1748. Head of family, Jan Sperling, joins the Reformed Dutch Church. Location: Six Mile Run, Somerset, NJ 1730.
Bastiaen Jansz Krol is authorized to perform baptisms and marriages in Fort Orange (Albany). He founds the Dutch Reformed Church of North America. December Dutch West India Company ships have returned to the Netherlands, bringing reports of great success in the New Amsterdam colonies. They carry furs worth 50,000 guilders. City
Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Raritan (now Somerville), N.J., 1721-1851 Family History Library Reformed Dutch Church, Bedminster, Somerset, New Jersey computer printout; births or christenings 1840-1875 Family History Library
Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church Complex. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Dutch Reformed Church was the largest Christian denomination in the Netherlands from the onset of the Protestant Reformation until 1930.
Jacob R. Hardenbergh (1736–1790), part of a prominent Dutch family from the Hudson River valley in New York, studied theology in Somerset County, N.J., prior to his ordination as a Dutch Reformed minister in 1757. The next year he became pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church in Raritan.
BX9531.W625 R682 1938 - History of the Rockaway Dutch Reformed Church of White House, New Jersey, and its forerunners / Record Type: Library BX9543.V259 T472 1869 - Discourses by the Reverend Henry P. Thompson, of Peapack, N.J., and the Reverend Abraham Messler, D.D., of Somerville, N.J., at the funeral of the Rev. John Van Liew, D.D. in the Reformed Church at Readington, N.J., Thursday, October 21, 1869, /
Apr 27, 2019 · This microfilm was FHL INTL Film 543971, Dutch Reformed Church records for Amersfoort, 1583-1624. “Fiches collectie van trouwen in de Nederlands Hervormde Kerk: Fiches Trouwen 1583-1624”. The only Schenck marriage on this entire microfilm was for Matijs Christoffel Schenck, 28 February, 1617.