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Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms, 1639-1730

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Reformed Dutch ChurchThe 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.

This database contains 44,600 names of Mothers, Fathers and Witnesses at baptisms. 

Histories of the church can be found here: upword.com and here: Wikipedia.

Search Parents and Witnesses at Baptisms in the Reformed Dutch Church, 1639-1730

Posted by Ryan Woods at 02/06/2012 04:00:00 PM | 


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This book appears to be about New York City baptisms, possibly at a specific church. If so, please consider changing the database name and description to clarify that information. The book cover says "New York," not NYC, but baptism records from other New York State Reformed Dutch churches--e.g. Schaghticoke, which has records online--are not included in this database.
Posted by: dottiem605@aol.com ( Email ) at 2/18/2012 2:47 PM


Good Idea! The title is now New York, NY: Parents and Witnesses in the Dutch Reformed Church, 1629-1730.
Posted by: Sam Sturgis ( Email ) at 2/21/2012 4:34 PM


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