Download Baptism & Marriage Records of the Reformed Churches of Upper Red Hook, Tivoli, Mellenville, & Linlithgo, NY, 1766-1899: St. John's Low Dutch Reformed epub
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Marriage Record of Reformed Church, Claverack, NY, 1727-1899 by. Arthur C. Kelly.
1794 Upper Red Hook, Dutchess, NY died 1870 Nassau, Rensselaer, New York, United States including .
1794 Upper Red Hook, Dutchess, NY died 1870 Nassau, Rensselaer, New York, United States including ancestors + descendants + more in the free family tree community. BAPTISM AND MARRIAGE RECORDS OF THE REFORMED CHURCHES OF UPPER RED HOOK, TIVOLI, MELLENVILLE, AND LINLITHGO 1766-1899. item 83. More Genealogy Tools.
Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York. Please note that the Brooklyn records in this Year Book of the Holland Society are badly transcribed and should not be used to determine a person's last name at birth. Baptisms from 25 December, 1639 to 27 December, 1730. Collections of the New-York Genealogical and Biographical Society. The preferred transcriptions are in A. P. G. Jos van der Linde's New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch.
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1828; St. Andrew's Church, Richmond, . Wright, Tobias Alexander, ed; Reformed Church on Staten Island (Staten Island, New York, .
Records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Port Richmond, . baptisms from 1696 to 1772; United Brethren Congregation, commonly called Moravian Church, . births and baptisms: 1749 to 1853, marriages: 1764 to 1863, deaths and burials: 1758 to 1828; St. births and baptisms from 1752 to 1795, marriages from 1754 to 1808. With portrait of Rev. Melatiah Everett Dwight. by. ; Moravian Church (New Dorp, . ; St. Andrew's Church (Richmond, . )
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Reformed worship is religious devotion to God as conducted by Reformed or Calvinistic Christians, including Presbyterians. Despite considerable local and national variation, public worship in most Reformed and Presbyterian churches is governed by the Regulative principle of worship. Pages 181 to 187 are entitled "The Prayer Book of the Reformed Dutch Church", pages 188 to 210 are entitled "The Prayer Book of the French Protestants, Charleston, South Carolina", ages 211 to 228 are entitled "Presbyterian Prayer Books", and pages 248 to 260 entitled "The Prayer Books of the German Reformed Church.
John's Reformed Church is a warm and welcoming community of faith, nestled in the beautiful Mid-Hudson Valley of New York State, grounded in traditions of the Reformed Church in America, and engaged in being the very presence of Christ in the world. St. John's Reformed Church strives to welcome all, to know and proclaim God's Word, to seek God's will, and to live by Christ's example through the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
The Reformed Dutch Church of Prattsville was originally built in 1804, and .
The Reformed Dutch Church of Prattsville was originally built in 1804, and was rebuilt in 1835. It is located on Main St. in Prattsville, New York, United States, and is an example of Greek Revival and Federal style Architecture. The present day Reformed Dutch Church in Prattsville, New York, was the Society of Schoharie Kill when it began in 1798. For a few years church-goers in the little wilderness settlement on the Schoharie Creek met in a convenient house or barn. Birth and baptism records show us that six-year-old Catherine Bird was the first person baptized by pioneer pastor Rev. Peter Labagh on May 30, 1798.
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