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Dutch Church Marriages, 1639-1801

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West End Collegiate Church This database contains marriage records from The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York, for the period 1639-1801.  The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York was officially founded in 1628, although services conducted by laymen had been held for several years earlier.  The church building was rebuilt on several occasions and the most famous today is probably the Marble Collegiate Church on Fifth Avenue at 29th St. in New York City  More information on the church and its history is available at Wikipedia.

This database contains 14,530 names of Brides and Grooms.

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The Essex Genealogist to Vol. 20

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Essex County, MAThe leading publication for genealogical research in Essex County, Massachusetts, this quarterly journal has been published since 1981 by The Essex Society of Genealogists (founded in 1975).

Within the pages of this journal are selections of cemetery transcriptions, bible records, vital and church records relating to families from Essex County. The Essex Genealogist has had published numerous Anentafel’s (Ancestor Tables) of the ancestry of their members, as well as verbatim transcriptions of lectures over the years.

Currently, volumes 1 to 20 (publications years 1981-2000) are available. Additional volumes will be added through the year.

The database is searchable by first and last name; volume and page; article title; and subject. There are now 160,559 records in this database.

 

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Massachusetts Deaths, 1914

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Massachusetts Outline1914 death records for Massachusetts are now available on AmericanAncestors.org. This update to the Massachusetts Vital Records 1911-1915 database includes 112 volumes of death certificates with 62,780 searchable names.

 

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Mayflower Descendant to Vol. 30

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The Mayflower DescendantVolumes 26 to 30 (publication years 1924-1925 and 1930-1932) are now included to search. Additional volumes will be added regularly throughout the year.

The Mayflower Descendant has been published by the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants since 1899. It is an essential source of information on many New England families, and its focus is not limited to those with Mayflower lineage. The journal includes transcriptions and abstracts of deeds, wills, vital records, and other original documents. In addition, it features compiled genealogies and analytical studies of genealogical problems.

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Baptism Witnesses, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church

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West End Collegiate ChurchThis database continues the baptism records from The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York, for the period 1731-1800. The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York was officially founded in 1628, although services conducted by laymen had been held for several years earlier. The church building was rebuilt on several occasions and the most famous today is probably the Marble Collegiate Church on Fifth Avenue at 29th St. in New York City More information on the church and its history is available at Wikipedia.

This database contains 35,100 names of Mothers, Fathers and Witnesses at baptisms.

NEHGS also has a database of earlier baptisms found here, Parents and Witnesses at Baptisms in the Reformed Dutch Church, 1639-1730

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