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Re: Dutch Church, Monmouth Co.
Posted by: Susan Amicucci Date: May 01, 2000 at 16:22:22
In Reply to: Dutch Church, Monmouth Co. by Susan Case of 1361

Middletown-Freehold Dutch Church records are transcribed in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey beginning in vol. 22. These records include baptisms, marriages, memberships, and sometimes church officers. They start around 1710, and I am not sure where they end. I have only researched them as far as 1770.

The Holland Society in NYC also has transcriptions. There are discrepancies between the Holland Society Records and the GMNJ. The GMNJ is probably more accurate since they were compiled later, and the GMNJ compilers compared their transcripts to the Holland Society transcripts.

I believe the original records can be found at the Monmouth County Historical Society in Freehold.

The Middletown-Freehold RDC was apparently located in Marlboro, near Freehold. It is also known as the Old Brick Church of Marlboro or the Church of the Navesinks.


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