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EDWARD TANJORE CORWIN D.D. LITT.D. 



The University of the State of New York 

THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

DIVISION OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 

STATE OF NEW YORK 

Volume VII 
INDEX 



Prepared by Rev. E. T. Cor win D.D. Litt.D., under the auspices 
of the State Historian, James A. Holden 



ALBANY 
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 

1916 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 

Regents of the University with years when terms expire 

1926 Pliny T. Sexton LL.B. LL.D. Chancellor - Palmyra 
1927 Albert Vandee Veer M.D. M.A. Ph.D. LL.D. 

Vice Chancellor Albany 

1922 Chester S. Lord M.A. LL.D. Brooklyn 

1918 William Nottingham M.A. Ph.D. LL.D. - Syracuse 
1921 Francis M. Carpenter Mount Kisco 

1923 Abram L Elkus LL.B. D.C.L. New York 

1924 Adelbert Moot LL.D. Buffalo 

1925 Charles B. Alexander M.A. LL.B. LL.D. 

Litt.D. Tuxedo 

1919 John Moore Elmira 

1928 Walter Guest Kellogg B.A. Ogdensburg 

1917 William Berri Brooklyn 

1920 James Byrne B.A. LL.B. New York 

President of the UnivlKiar'slJil cCiil^|Mianer of Education 

John H^^^ley M.A^Lf"®. L.H.D. 

Deputy Commifsioner of Education and AsgiatSntC^BijEBi^sionecf^r Elementary Education 



Thoma^^]. FiN^AifcjM.Al.'^I'd.D.'j^L.D. 

Assistant Conunfiptc mo tiJ M ^ghervEducation"^ 

Augustuses. Do^^ng^M.A. L.H.D. ILL.D. 

Assistant Commissioner for Secondary Education i 

Charl1§> F."' Wheelqck B. S. .1^J^.13. 



•Ditector of State Library, \^ '' 

James I. Wyeb-, Jk, ItrL.S. 

Director Of<£^iu:^ %nd;$ta^4]buseum 

John M. Clarke W.tf. J).8c. LL.D. 

Chiefs and Directors of Divisions 

Administration, George M. Wiley M.A. 

Agricultural and Industrial Education, Arthur D. Dean D.Sc, 

Director 
Archives and History, James A. Holden B.A., Director 
Attendance, James D. Sullivan 
Educational Extension, William R. Watson B.S. 
Examinations, Harlan H. Horner M.A. 
Inspections, Frank H. Wood M.A. 
Law, Frank B. Gilbert B.A. 
Library School, Frank K. Walter M.A. M.L.S. 
School Libraries, Sherman Williams Pd.D. 
Statistics, Hiram C. Case 
Visual Instruction, Alfred W. Abrams Ph.B. 



iVpKiL 22, 1915 

Honorable Thaddeus C. Sweet, Speaker of the Assembly, Assem- 
bly Cha^mber, Albany, N. Y.: 

Sir — Pursuant to law, the annual report of the State His- 
torian is herewith submitted to the Legislature. 
Very respectfully yours 

St CLAIR McKELWAY 

Chancellor of the University 
JOHI^r H. FINLEY 

President of the University and 
CoTnmissioner of Education 
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The University of the State of New York 

Office of the State Historian, April 22, 1915 

Honorable John H. Finley, President of the University 

Deae sir: I take pleasure in transmitting herewith, as a part 
of the State Historian's annual report, and in recommending for 
early publication, Ecclesiastical Records, State of New York, 
Volume VII, Index. 

Such an index has for years been demanded by students of the 
early Dutch records of ISlew York. In response to that demand 
authority was granted me by your predecessor, the late Honorable 
Andrew S. Draper, to secure the preparation of an index, thus 
making more readily available a large store of historic material 
contained in the six volumes heretofore issued under the auspices 
of the State Historian. The work was performed under legisla- 
tive sanction by the late Keverend Edward T. Corwin D.D., the 
original compiler of the printed records. 

I desire here to acknowledge our indebtedness to A. J. F. 
vanLaer, State Archivist, for some helpful hints regarding this 
index, and for his additions to the list of ministers in Brazil. 

Owing to your expressed desire to have an expert collation 
made of the pagination of the index in manuscript, with the 
printed books, the appearance of this work has been delayed 
until the present time. It is believed, however, that its value to 
scholars has been greatly enhanced by this collation and review. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

Yours very sincerely 

James Austin Holden 
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PREFACE 

The present volume is the outcome of efforts begun by the 
Honorable Hugh Hastings while State Historian. The Ecclesi^ 
astical Records of the State of New York were originally com- 
piled under the auspices of the State Historian by the Reverend 
Edward T. Corwin D.D. Litt.D., who was well fitted for the task 
by reason of his familiarity with the Dutch language, and by his 
personal acquaintance with the ecclesiastical authorities in Hol- 
land, where he lived for some time. The General Synol of the 
Reformed Dutch church originally started this work, and through 
its generosity much of this valuable material relating to the 
ecclesiastical history of New York State, and including every 
denomination from the earliest Dutch times, has been secured for 
the students of religious history.^ The first and second volumes 
of these records were published in 1901, the third and fourth in 
1902 and the fifth and sixth in 1905. It was the original inten- 
tion of both Mr Hastings and Doctor Corwin to complete this valu- 
able and monumental work by the addition of a proper index. 
In their present condition, except to the student who is possessed 
of infinite patience and an abundance of time, a great deal of the 
value of these really interesting and important documents is lost. 
As has been stated, they are not merely a compilation of the 
reports of the Reformed Dutch churches in America to the Classis 
of Amsterdam, but through their collateral references, selected 
from the contemporary written records either in manuscript or 
printed form, they contain the history of nearly every religious 
denomination then prominent in the New World, having more 
especial relation to those to be found within the boundaries of 
New York as a colony, and likewise as a state from 1621 to 1810. 

Through the efforts of Mr Hastings, an item was placed in 
the supply bill of 1907 calling for an appropriation of $1500 for 
preparing a suitable index for the Ecclesiastical Records. Dur- 
ing the compilation and preparation of these records, Doctor 
Corwin acquired a great deal of index material and made ready 
therefore to enter upon the final part of the work. 



1 For the history of the procurement of copies of the Ecclesiastical Eecord? 
from Holland and other sources, see 1:5-31. 

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PREFACE 



In the summer of 1907, Mr Hastings was succeeded by the 
Honorable Victor H. Paltsits. The appropriation was allowed to 
lapse, and nothing further was done in the matter until the acces- 
sion to office of the present State Historian. 

Soon after he took office, in May 1911, he began to receive 
letters from prominent ecclesiastics and students of the early 
colonial period asking that the work on the index of these Ecclesi- 
astical Records might be completed. These letters urging publica- 
tion have been continued up to the present, showing that interest 
in the index has by no means died out. Taking the matter up, 
the State Historian found that, regardless of the fact that the work 
had been stopped officially. Doctor Corwin had continued his labors 
on the index for his own use, and believed that it could be finished 
within a year's time. Meanwhile the office of the State Historian 
had by legislative action been incorporated into the body of the 
Education Department as the Division of History. The State 
Historian, as chief of that division, then procured the consent of 
the late Commissioner of Education, the Honorable Andrew S. 
Draper, to place in the supply bill for 1912 an item, which was 
later approved by Governor John A. Dix, for the employment of 
an expert to prepare an index to the Ecclesiastical Records at an 
expense not exceeding $500, this being the amount which, in his 
desire to have the undertaking properly completed, Doctor Corwin 
agreed to accept, and he at once started on the work of making the 
index. 

The time, strength and ability which Doctor Corwin devoted to 
this work, no less than the cash contribution in the difference 
between the original and the later appropriation, merit the com- 
mendation and praise of historical students and all others inter- 
ested in preserving in permanent form the annals of our common- 
wealth. It is much to be regretted that Doctor Corwin did not 
live long enough to see the result of all his work in print. 

The index was completed in June 1913, and is at last, after 
unavoidable delays and a complete and expert collation as to its 
pagination with the text as printed, submitted in this form to 
the public, with the hope that students of the colonial period will 
find it a key to a more complete knowledge than is now possessed 
of the civil, educational and ecclesiastical affairs of those early 
days. James Austin Holden 

Albany, N. Y., December 8, 1915 State Historian 



REVEREND EDWARD TANJORE CORWIN D.D. 

LITT.D. 

Bom Juhj 12, 1834, died June 22, 191Jf 

A BIOGEAPHICAL SKETCH BY HIS SON^ KEVEEEND CHAELES E. 

COEWIN 

The Reverend E. T. Corwin D.D. Litt.D., the discoverer and 
editor of the Ecclesiastical Records of the State of New York, was 
born in Xew York City on July 12, 1834. On his father's side he 
was descended from the Puritans of ]^ew England, while 
through his mother he was related to the Dutch founders of Xew 
Netherland. 

Doctor Corwin's youth was passed in the metropolis, whose his- 
tory he knew so well and in whose affairs he was so much inter- 
ested. He was graduated in 1853 in the first class sent out by the 
College of the City of Xew York. In 1856 he was graduated 
from the Seminary of the Reformed Church at ^STew Brunswick, 
iSTew Jersey. After a year spent in special linguistic studies, he 
was ordained and was for six years, 1857-63, the pastor of the 
Reformed Church of Paramus, ^ew Jersey. His chief pastorate, 
of twenty-five years, was spent at Millstone, New Jersey. In 
1888 he became the rector of Hertzog Hall of the Reformed 
Church Seminary at N'ew Brunswick, I^ew Jersey. Seven years 
later he accepted a call from the Reformed Church of Greenport, 
Xew York. He served in this, his last pastorate, from 1895 to 
1897. In the latter year he was sent by the General Synod of 
the Reformed church to Holland on a mission of historical ex- 
ploration. The results of his discoveries in the archives of the 
Classis of Amsterdam and elsewhere are embodied in the Ecclesi- 
astical Records of the State of New York. After his return to 
America he devoted himself entirely to literary work. He resided, 
first at ISTew Brunswick, and, after the death of his wife, in 1905, 
with his son at Xorth Branch, New Jersey. He died there, very 
suddenly, on June 22, 1914. 

Doctor Corwin was bom with a genius for historical research. 
As a boy it was his delight, when visiting in the country, to copy 

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10 THE UNIVERvSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 

the inscription on ancestral tombstones. His genealogical studies 
bore fruit in the Corwin Genealogy, 1872, one of the first books 
of its class. This work was constructed on a plan original with 
the author, but since widely copied. In each of his pastorates he 
became immediately interested in local church and tOAvn history. 
The results of these studies were preserved in published discourses, 
all of which at once became standards for their class. 

For ten years, during his pastorate at Millstone, he received 
into his home and educated for college, Japanese students. These 
young men were sent by their government to obtain a western 
education. Several of them have risen to positions of power and 
honor in the Sunrise Kingdom. 

From the beginning of his ministry he took an interest in the 
history and larger relations of his own denomination. The Manual 
of the Reformed Church in America was the result. The first 
edition of this work, published in 1858, was a small book of one 
hundred sixty-six pages. A second edition, much larger, ap- 
peared in 1869. An edition still further enlarged was issued in 
1879. The last edition, of ten hundred eighty-two pages, was 
published in 1902. This work is unique among church manuals. 
There is no other denomination in the country which has so much 
information in regard to its ministry and churches in so acces- 
sible a form. A Digest of Synodical Legislation of the Reformed 
Church in America, brought out in 1906, was the by-product of 
many years of toil. 

It was, however, in the discovery and editing of the Amsterdam 
Correspondence, incorporated in the Ecclesiastical Records of the 
State of New York, that Doctor Corwin's historical instincts were 
most fully revealed. In Holland his ability to find what existed, 
and to find out about what had been lost, amounted to a peculiar 
genius. As the hart pants for the water brooks; so he searched 
for documents of the Dutch colonial period until he found them. 
The present index, completed by Doctor Corwin, but not issued 
before his death, brought to conclusion these valuable historical 
labors. 

Besides these major works, he was the author of innumerable 
essays and magazine articles on historical and biblical subjects, 
and coeditor in the preparation of several important volumes. He 
left, unfinished, an elaborate History of the Collegiate Church of 



ECCLESIASTICAL, RECOEDS 11 

New York City upon which he had been engaged for several years. 
During the last few months of his life, he had in preparation for 
the American Society of Church History a list, with sketches, of 
all the ministers of all denominations who served in the Middle 
States before 1800. He was at work upon this list on the day he 
died. 

Doctor Corwin's genius was a genius for hard work. His indus- 
try was tireless and he had an infinite capacity for taking pains. 
]N'ot by sudden inspiration but by patient toil did he accomplish so 
much. To those who knew him personally, the historical scholar 
was merged in the conscientious, kindly man. He was absolutely 
upright in his dealings with his fellows, and justice was con- 
tinually passing into mercy. Each of his pastorates especially 
that at Millstone, was solidly successful. He was greatly loved 
by multitudes whom he served in the ministerial office. Although 
more than twenty-five years had passed since he left Millstone, a 
delegation of about fifty of his old parishioners made the journey 
to North Branch to attend his funeral. 

His body was laid to rest beside that of his beloved wife in the 
cemetery at Paramus, New Jersey. This cemetery he himself 
laid out, near the old stone church of his first pastorate. 



INTRODUCTION 

An index to the Ecclesiastical Records of the State of New 
York has been a desideratum ever since the sixth volume of the 
work was issued, in 1905. These records bring together a larger 
number of the ecclesiastical documents of the colonial period 
relating to ISTew York and New Jersey than any other single col- 
lection. The original design of the enterprise was to gather the 
documents of the lieformed Dutch church as the oldest denomina- 
tion in the State. But as the work progressed it seemed desirable 
to bring in collateral documents of other religious bodies, because 
the documents of one denomination throw light on those of other 
bodies of the same period, the external circumstances being iden- 
tical. The different bodies were also often so intermingled in 
their relations or contentions that the history of one could not be 
well understood without dealing with the history of the others. 

Until nearly the close of the seventeenth century, however, there 
were few other religious bodies to deal with than the Reformed 
Dutch church. There were, indeed, scattered Congregational and 
Presbyterian churches on Long Island, in Westchester county and 
in ISTew Jersey, but until after 1700 these were few in number, 
separate and independent. Nevertheless, not infrequent refer- 
ences to them will be found in these Records. There were also 
before 1700 a few Lutheran churches on this territory, but the 
principal early development of this body was in Pennsylvania. 
There were also Friends or Quakers and several other varieties of 
Christians, as well as a few Jews, all of whom will be more or 
less frequently alluded to. The early French Catholic mission- 
aries from Canada in central New York and the French Hugue- 
nots in several different localities are not forgotten. 

The Anglican church does not come into distinctive view, 
except a few references to chaplains of British troops, until the 
founding of Trinity Church in New York City in 1697. Before 
this date there were no Episcopal churches in New York or New 
Jersey. The ministry bill of 1693 was for the support of a 
" good sufficient Protestant minister," but it was limited in its 

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14 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 

application to six localities, and these were in only four counties 
out of the ten which then existed in New York. While English 
governors claimed that this bill established the Anglican church, 
its language was so indefinite that its meaning and application 
were subjects of dispute and litigation down to the Revolution. 
With the organization in London, in 1701, of the Society for the 
Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, Anglican ministers 
begon to be sent over and Anglican churches established. Before 
the American Revolution this society sent fifty-nine ministers to 
New York and forty-four to New Jersey, one hundred three 
in all, and founded from thirty to forty churches on this territory. 
Some of these ministers were missionaries to the Indians. Allu- 
sions will be found in these Records to most if not all of these. 

About twenty German Reformed churches were also founded 
on this territory before 1776. The Reformed Dutch church, how- 
ever, was the original and principal factor. It founded more than 
a hundred churches, which were served by more than a hundred 
ministers during the colonial period. The allusions to these men 
and organizations are abundant. 

The connection of education and religion will also be found fre- 
quently alluded to in these volumes, especially facts relating to the 
origin of Kings (Columbia) College in New York, and to Queens 
(Rutgers) College in New Jersey. There are also not a few allu- 
sions to Princeton College. Items of interest relating to the 
churches in the Revolutionary struggle are referred to, and espe- 
cially the subsequent steps of reorganization of the denominations 
under the new American conditions. The index to these Records, 
herewith given to the public, will greatly facilitate investigations 
relating to the churches and schools of colonial times. These vol- 
umes, even before they had an index, were the source of new works 
upon American ecclesiastical history, with several magazine 
articles on education. 



ERRATA ET CORRIGENDA 

This apparently extensive list of errata may need a word of 
explanation. Some of these corrections are of errors of classical 
clerks in Holland; some, of governors or other officials who, in 
making their reports, misapprehended the facts; some are errors 
of old translations which were incorporated in this work; some 
are editorial, but most are typographical. It is remarkable, how- 
ever, that in a work of such magnitude, embracing six volumes 
and 4413 pages, and dealing with many strange names, the errata 
average only one error to twenty-seven pages. 

VOLUME I 

The figures at the left are page numbers. 

19, tenth line from bottom : for the second word, " Guiana " read " Guinea ". 

2.5, 38, 66-67: Michaelius was sent to Manhattan by the Consistory of 
Amsterdam, not by the Classis of Enkhuysen, as said. See Article, " Amster- 
dam, Holland, Church and Consistory of," in this index. 

33, sixth line from bottom: for "East Laenen " read "East Zaenen ". 

34, third line from bottom: instead of " 1623" read "1628". Last line: 
for " 1644" read " 1844". 

35, line 7: instead of "thirty" read "fifty"; line 9: instead of "five 
hundred " read " three hundred ". 

36, top line: " doop school" should be "dorp school," village school. 

52, third line from bottom in the Dutch column: for " Minuits " read 
" Michaelius ". 

77 : the words " Malay-Japanese " probably mean " Malay-Javanese ". 

83 : for " Cleyerus " read " Clevius ". 

122, fourth line : for "Aug. 4, 1673 " read "Aug. 4, 1637 ". For this date 
compare: W. H. Kilpatrick, The Dutch Schools of New Nethcrland and 
Colonial New York, Wash. 1912, p. 39-50. 

148: Zloahar should read Eleazar. See page 240. 

187, under paragraph about Denton: for " 1636 " read " 1656 ". 

187: "Historical Collections of the State of New York, iii " should be 
" Collections of the New York Historical Society, second series, III. 137-160 ". 

245, eighth and ninth lines from bottom: "West Friesland " sliould be 
"Friesland and Stadt en Lande (Groningen) ". West Friesland refers to the 
northern part of the province of North Holland and is the same as the 
"North Quarter" (Noorder Kw artier ) . 

249, third line from bottom: for " letters to New Netherland " read " from 
New Netherland ". 

254: " O'Callaghan's History of New Netherland, Vol. 97 " should be "Vol. 
2, p. 97 ". 

257, eighth line: for "daughter, by his first wife" read Bogardus's "step- 
daughter ". 

277 : for " Stichtenhorst " read " Slichtenhorst ". 

278, middle of page: for "Sent to New Netherland" read "Changes in 
New Netherland ". 

335, below middle of page: for "Jewish merchants" read "Jewish mer- 
chant"; for "tliis spring" read "early part of this year" [int voorjaar]. 

357 : for " Officially " read " Officials ". 

443, ninth line from bottom: for " propenenten " read " proponcnten. 

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16 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 

447, near bottom : for " secretaries " read " sectaries ". 

464 : omit " Rev." before John More. 

468, near top of page: for " Plairenis " read " Proelius ". See page 466. 

472, near middle of page: for "New Amsterdam" read "Amsterdam". 

482, below middle of page: for " Nvsser " read "Nyssen"; for " Hvber " 
read " Hibon ". ' j > j 

515: for "preached" read "preacher". 

532 : for " Letscoren " read " Zetscoren ". 

551, in last paragraph of Selyns' letter: for "when Domine Megapolensis 
arrives" read "since Domine [Samuel] Megapolensis has arrived". 

564, seventh line: for "for the meeting" read "from the meeting". 

582, fifth line: for "Vinckins " read " Vinkius ". 

586, second line from bottom : for " Meyed " read " Meyer ". 

608, last line: for "Van Fricht " read' "Van Tricht ". 

610, ninth line from bottom: for "Van Fricht" read "Van Tricht." 

610, fourteenth line from bottom: for "In this may we" read "In this 
way we ". 

617, eighth and ninth lines: for "Paulas Hendrichsz vander Grift, elder, 
and Ernest Van Trijht " read " Paulus Leendersz, van der Grift, elder, and 
Garret Van Tricht " 



626, eighth line: for " Elbing " read " Ebbingh ". 

627, near middle of page: for " 1672 " read " 1674 



660, fourth line: for "Anthony" read "Arensius ". 
678, ninth and nineteenth lines from bottom: for " Heer Van Goph " read 
" Heer van Gogh ". 

VOLUME II 

748, near middle of page : for " Dewyer " read " DeMeyer ". 

762, middle of page : for " Raay " read " Kaay " or " Kay ". 

796, seventh line from bottom: omit " (or Stoffel?) ". 

801, seventh line from bottom: fill out line with "by Peter Jacobszen 
Marius, elder ". See page 781. 

804: the date "1682, March 29." seems inconsistent with the date 
" 1682, Nov. 15." on page 841, and the remark about the building of a parson- 
age on page 866. 

844: for " 1682 " read " 1683 ". 

879, eighth line : add after " parsonage ", " at Jamaica ". 

879, date of Dongan's report, for "1684" read "1687"; the date of the 
third paragraph, " Tlie principal towns " is 1684, but the date of the fourth 
paragraph, " Every town ", is 1687. See 1436. 

900, second paragraph, second line : for " demission " read " dismission " ; 
so again in tlie fifth and sixth paragraphs. 

936, fifth line : for " a Schuyt (boat?) " read " a Sluyter ". See " Sluyter " 
in index. 

949, second line: for "Long Island" read " Staten Island". Compare 
page 922. 

958, a better translation, tenth to twenty-second lines: "His excellency. 
Sir Edward Andros, Governor at Boston, who has now also entered upon the 
government of New York and New Jersey, having in charge the country from 
Canada to Pennsylvania, belongs to the Church of England. He understands, 
however, both Dutch and French and attends my [Selyns'] preaching, and 
that also of M. Daille. The rising thunderburst of schismatic Labadism, 
and the bruta et brutalia lightning of fantastic Quakerism, liave mostly 
vanished, without more ado, into smoke. Vorseman and his company em- 
brace, at the most, only twelve Labadistic apostles, and are laboring to fill 
up their graveyard at New Bohemia, [Md.]. It, [the sect] will all finally 
come to naught ". 

984, sixth line: read " presumably by Leisler, that Nicholson would murder 
all the attendants " etc. 

1041, fourth line from bottom: for " deained " read "detained". 

1046, for "New York, 1692, Nov. 10", read "New York, 1693, Nov. 10th". 

1074, for " Westchester, Kings and Queens " read " Westchester, Richmond 
and Queens ". 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOKDS 17 

1101: transfer the whole section under "License to collect funds", etc. to 
page 1168. 

1180, fourth line: for "Christopher streets" read "Canal street". In 
note on Trinity Churchyard, the sentence, " . . .is the most ancient cemetery 
. . . sections of the yard ", contains three errors of fact. It is not " the most 
ancient cemetery " ; it was not " established by the Dutch at their first settle- 
ment"; and it is not "nearly a century older than other portions of the 
yard ". For a correct statement about cemeteries in Manhattan, see " Burial 
places " in this index. 

1241, middle of second paragraph: eliminate "(Rev. Nicholas Renselaer)". 

1251, ninth line: for " Classis " read "Consistory". 

1261: Compare these "signatures" with names on pages 1205, 1211, 1347, 
1357, 1366. 

1346, heading of letter: for "The Consistory of New York, to" read 
" Certain Members of the Consistory of New York, to ". 

1371, ninth line from bottom: eliminate " (corner of Bridge and White- 
hall?)". 

1435, ninth line : for " Henison " read " Harrison ". 

1436-37: this undated petition of the Lutherans to Governor Dongan has 
been misplaced. Its date must be about 1685, and hence should have been 
placed somewhere about page 900. 

VOLUME III 

1444. under dates of Elders and Deacons: for "1701, Isaac de Peyster " 
read " 1702, Isaac de Peyster ". 

1452, second paragraph, fourth line: for "Rev. J. Barton" read "Rev. 
J. Bartow". 

1461, eleventh line from bottom: for "Jan Pieterze Meet (alias Jan 
Tawbour)" read "Jan. Pietersz, Melt, (alias Jan Tambour)". 

1517, third paragraph, first line: for "Adrian Van Rensselaer" read 
" Kilian Van Rensselaer ". 

1552, heading: for "Benefactions of Trinity Church" read "Benefactions 
to Trinity Church". 

1591, seventh line below middle of page (Cornbury's error): for "West 
India Company " read " East India Company ". 

1608, Petition of the Elders of Domine Freeman: for "1705" read "Jan. 
6th, 1707 ", and transfer the petition to page 1679. 

1610, line twelve: for "country" read " coimty ". 

1617, third paragraph, second line: for " (Gracherie)" read "(Hepburn)". 

1620, third line from bottom : add " not ", reading " but is not now to be 
foimd ". 

1639, in title: add "Albany", reading "Allusion to the Old Lutheran 
Church, Albany". 

1658 (error of Domine DuBois) : "English ministers were settled in this 
Province in 1692 ". No Anglican ministers were settled in New York until 
1697, when Rev. William Vesey was settled over Trinity Church, and the 
next was Rev. John Bartow, in Westchester county in 1702. 

1662, in names of Deacons: for "Van Filburg " read "Van Tilburg". 

1666, for " D. Meyer Clarke " read " D. Meyer, clerk ". 

1671, in note: "The Dutch permitted M'Kemie to preach in their church", 
according to the historian, Smith. But this is not so. They were willing, 
if the Governor consented, but he did not. 

1736, second line from bottom: for " Reapieti " read " Ruporti ". See 
page 1750. 

1813, fifth line: for " Bable Bridge in St. Clares" read "Battle Bridge in 
St. Olafs". 

1851, first line: " Regnier " should probably be " Reynier ". 

1856, fourth line from bottom : for " Schutting " read " Schulting ". 

1870, second line from bottom: for "Barton" read "Bartow". 
1892, heading: for "Nov. 13, 1771", read "Nov. 13, 1711". 
1892, sixteenth line from bottom: for "Mr. C. Prudden " read "Mr. John 
Prudden ". 



18 THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 

1906, fifth line: for "charges" read "changes". 

1913, third paragraph, first line: for " Foyer " read " Poyer ". 

1921, 1950: for "John Barbour" read "John Bartow". 

1933, seventh line from bottom : for " Vos " read " Vas ". 

1946, ninth line: for " Peatry " read " Peartree ". 

2001, third line from bottom: for " resined " read "ruined". 

2034, for "Van Stoorura " read 'Van Starveren ". See pages 2032, 2037. 

2036, third line from bottom: for meditation" read "mediation". 

2053, seventh line: for "Governor Hunt" read "Governor Hunter". 

2053, ninth line: for "Mr. Halbot " read "Mr. Talbot". 

2063, sixth line: for " Synegists " read "Synergists". 

2072, second line : for " Conford " read " Concord ". 

2086, first line: for " Du Vols" read " DuBois ". 

2150, sixth line: for "Van Driesen " read "Van Deursen ". 

2227, fourth paragraph, first line: for " 1643 " read " 1696 ". 

2250, second paragraph, third line: for "1728" read " 1723". 

VOLUME IV 

2362, Note: for "Prof. Boel " read "Prof. Roel ". 
2377, tenth line: for " Tounemans " read " Sonnemans ". 
2489, middle of page: for " Tiehout " read " Tiebout ". 

2562, near bottom of page: for " arriver " read "arrived". 

2563, near middle of page: for Mantaque " read "Montague". 
2578, fifth line : for " from New York " read " to New York ". 

2619, paragraph 9: add at the end of first line, "sepulchre weeping" and 
eliminate second and third lines. 

2712-13: for " Shipmont " read " Shiphout ". 

2714-18, etc.: for "Hernhutters " read " Herrnhuters ". 

2795, fifth line from bottom: for "Manor of Livingston" read "Manor 
of Fordham ". 

2804, last line : for " Creepen " read " Coerten ". 

2826, in title of letter: for "Christian Barker" read "Christopher 
Bancker ". 

2979, first and second lines in Acts of Deputies: for " (but in the spring 
of 1747 " read " (but about June, 1746) ". 

2990, second line from bottom: for "(Morris?)" read "(Norris?)". 

3001, last paragraph, first line: for " C. Van Der Linde " read " B. Van 
der Linde ". 

3003, fifth line from bottom: for " Schenema " twice repeated, read 
" Schunema ". 

3023, second line, for "August, 1748" read "'December, 1748". 

VOLUME V 

3175, paragraph 4, second line: for " aporded " read " afTordcd ". 

3181, first line of letter: the date, "May 13, 1759", wrong; possibly read 
" May 10, 1751 ". 

3210, middle of page: for "Rev. Weymuth " read "Rev. Freymuth ". 

3239, signature : for " James Lyken " read " James Tyken ". 

32.55, heading: for "Rev. John Frielinghuysen " read "Rev. Jacobus 
Frelinghuysen ". 

3433, second line from bottom : for " Wynkoop " read " Wynstock ". 

3476, last line: for "can take" read "cannot take". 

3538, fifth line from bottom: for "Convert" read "Convert". 

3561, middle of page: for "New Platz " read "New Paltz ". 

3594, middle of page: for " VanBrandt " read "Van Brunt". 

3602, fourth paragraph : for " Van der Swan " read " Van der Sman ". 

3622, last paragraph, eighth line: for "consistory at Schraalenburg, 
formed " read "consistory, at Schraalenburg formed ", or " formed at 
Schraalenburg ". 

3627, fourth line: for " David Van Oudr " read " David Van Orden ". 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 19 



VOLUME VI 



3841, fifth line from bottom: eliminate "(Fulton street)". 

3S48, first line : for " a letter from tlie Consistory " read " a letter to tlie 
Consistory ". 

3859, in second heading: for "Date about 1763" read "Date May 6th 
1763 ". 

3875, title: for "Report of the Request of Coetus " read "Report on the 
Request of Coetus ". 

3881, near bottom: for " Furck " read " Turck ". 

3886, about middle of page : for " Van der Swan " read " Van der Sman ". 

3892, eighth line: for "Johannes A. L. Styne " read "Johannes Alstyne ". 

3897, sixteenth line from bottom: for "Van der Swan" read "Van der 
Sman ". 

3933, fourteenth line: for " Siebenrood " read " Liebenwood ". 

3974, first line : for " Berbryck " read "Verbryck " ; seventh line from 
bottom: read " But was it not? " 

3986, near middle of page: for "Bangor" read " Banyar ". 

4000, fifth line: for " Harpinging " read " Harpending "; seventh line 
from bottom: for " Boeleun " read " Boelen ". 

4028, fourth paragraph from bottom : for " Omilent " read " Aemilius ". 

4049, end of first line of third paragraph : add after " Sept. 28th ", " or 
Oct. 26th". 

4082, in list of names: for "Henry Rip" read "Henry Kip"; for 
" Evert Bancher " read " Evert Bancker ". 

4110, fourth line from bottom: for "Old Dutch (Lutheran) Church" 
read " German (Lutheran) Church". So again on seventeenth line of page 
4111. 

4131, about middle of page: for "Mapores" read " Majores ". 

4181, eighth line from bottom: for " Van der Swan ", read " Van der Sman ". 

4118, 4172, 4183, in titles: for "Angelican Church" read "Anglican 
Church ". 

4192, third line of Abstract: for "Van Keunen " read "Van Keuren ". 

4205, last line of first paragraph : for " Jime " read " January ". 

4208, heading: for " Insuratur " read " Inseratur ". 

4211, tenth line: for " Schureman " read " Schunema ". 

4211, eighteenth line: for " Horming " read "Herring". 

4214, article XX: for "Examinations, Preparations and Peremptions" 
read " Examinations, Preparatory and Peremptoir ". 

4218, eleventh line from bottom: for " and elder " read " an elder ". 

4248, opposite 1780: for "New Millstone" read "Livingston Manor". 

4251, fourth paragraph from bottom, third line: supply "not" — "the 
old name of Coetus is not so well liked ". Compare 4227. 

4272, tenth and eleventh lines from bottom: for "the New or 'North 
Church, (Fulton street)" read "the New or Middle Church, (Nassau street)". 

4279, date near bottom of page: for "Jime 29, 1776" read "June 29. 
1774 ". 

4290, fifth line from bottom: for " Episcopals " read "Episcopalians". 

4293, second line of second paragraph: for "confiding" read "confining". 

4333, second paragraph from bottom, first line: for "February, 1785" 
read "February, 1784". 

4337, last line: for "Lower" read "Tower". 

4355, first paragraph, third line: for "in England" read "into English". 

4359, middle of page: for " 1890" read " 1790". 

4388, fourth line: for " Rhineland " read " Rhinebeck ". 

4409, about middle of page: for "There parties went from other Classis " 
read " These parties went from other classes ". 



20 THE U?fIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



MINISTERS IN BRAZIL, 1636-1644'* 

This list supplements and to some extent helps to correct the names of ministers 
in Brazil given on page 42 of Ecclesiastical Itecords. 

Apricius, Joannes, candidate admitted to examination in 1644. 

Bachiler (Batiler, Batilerius, Baziler), Sarauel,t> Ecclesiastes Anglicanus at 
the North Fort of Paraiba and Maurits-stadt, 1636-44. Preached in Dutch 
during Van der Poel's absence. 

Biscaretto, Dionysius, candidate admitted to final examination in 1644. 

Cralingius, Jacobus, arrived in 1644 and was called to Recife. Died the same 
year or in 1645. 

Dapper (Dapperus), Jacobus, arrived in 1637, with testimonials from the 

Classis of Schouwen and of Walcheren. Was engaged for two years and left 

in 1640. 
De Foer (Du Four?), Marcus, asked in 1638 to be admitted as a candidate 

but request was denied on account of his poor healtli. 
De Koninck (Coninck), Samuel, arrived from Holland December 21, 1640 and 

was called to Recife. 
Doornick (Doornicus), Petrus, at Paraiba in 1641. Was dismissed from his 

charge and sent back to Holland in 1643. 
Doreslaer (Doorenslaer) , David k (van), in 1636 at Paraiba; later at Fred- 

erick-stadt and Mauritia. Was sent in 1638, on account of his knowledge 

of Portuguese, to the aldeas (plantations), to convert tlie Brazilians. 

Left in 1643. 
Eduardus, Johannes, at Sierenhain in 1640. Consented the same year to 

assist Doreslaer among the Brazilians at Gojana and Tapezeria. Left 

in 1643. 
Eeckholt (Echolt), Rabirius (Rabberius), at Rio Francisco in 1640. Sent 

to San Antonio in 1641. 

Faas, Antonio, at Recife m 1637. 

Folker (Folckerus), Samuel, at South Fort of Paraiba in 1630. Returned 
to Holland in 1638. 

Haselbeek, Joannes, at Paraiba in 1644. 

Kempius, Thomas, candidate serving as English chaplain to the army in 
1636. Left for Holland on account of ill health and returned to Brazil in 
1638. There being no need of an English chaplain, he was allowed to 
teach school in Portuguese among the Brazilians. He was ordained to the 
ministry in 1641 and in 1644 was stationed at Paraiba. 

Kesselerus, Fredericus,c at Recife in 1636. Returned to Holland in 1643. 

Ketel (Ketelius), Nicolaus, arrived in 1640 and was called to Recife. Having 
been nominated m 1641 to go to Loanda Sao Paulo, in Angola, the church 
at Recife agreed to let him go for one year on condition that another 
minister be substituted. In 1644 he was again at Recife. 

Lantmannius, , died at Recife before November 1640. 

Leoninus, Cornelius, sent to Rio Grande in 1640. 

Leoninus, Jacobus, mentioned as having left for Holland in 1644. 

Le Vaiix, Gilbertus, minister of the French Church at Recife. 

Michiels, Jan, accepted as a candidate in 1638. Left Paraiba in 1640, the 
classis having refused to promote him to the ministry. 



a Compiled from the Minutes of the Classis of Brazil, 163G-44, printed in 
Dutch in Hlstorlsch Genootschap te Utrecht, Kroniek, 1873, XXIX : 298-317, 
322-72, 37.5-419. ,„ , , 

b Probably the same person as Reverend Samuel Rathclarius [Baccalarlus, 
Bachelor?], mentioned on page 42 of Ecclesiastical Records. 

c Probably the same as Frederic Casseber, mentioned on page 42 of Ecclesiastical 
Records. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 21 

Ofringa, Johannes, at Gojana in 1641 and the same year changed places with 
Poliiemius in Tamarica, where he was still stationed in 1644. 

Ongenade (Ongena), Johannes, in 1641 at Rio Francisco and in 1644 at San 
Antonio de Cabo. 

Oosterdagh, Johannes, chaplain in the army in 1636. Was severely censured 
for misconduct in 1639 but retained in" the army for lack of another minister. 

The same year, at Rio Francisco, he was accused of having obtained money 
from people under false pretenses and finally dismissed. 

Plante, Franciscus, served as chaplain in the army in 1637 and in 1638 
became third minister at Recife. He left in 1643 or 1644. 

Polhemius, J. Theodorus, served as chaplain in the army in 1636 and was 
then sent to Cabo St Augustine. In 1638 he was called to Tamarica, 
to succeed Stetten, and in 1641 he changed places with Ofringa, at Gojana, 
where he was still stationed in 1644. 

Ritzema, Lambertus, dies in 1643. 

Schagen, Daniel, at Recife in 1636. Discharged for misconduct in 1638. 

Soler (Solerus), Joachim, at Recife from 1636 to 1644. 

Stetten (Statten, Stettiun), Jodocus A, at Tamarica in 1636. Led a 
scandalous life and in 1638 was ordered by the classis to leave in five or 
six months for Holland. The same year he prayed to be reinstated and 
in 1639 the classis decided to overlook his faults and to confer with the 
governor of Brazil as to the place where he might be employed. From 
1640 to 1644 he was at Cabo St Augustine. 

Van der Poel (Poelius), Cornelius, in 1636 at Recife. Removed in 1637 to 
the city of Paraiba, and with Doreslaer took turns in preaching in the 
South Fort. In 1640 he obtained leave to go for seven or eight months to 
Holland. In October 1641 he was sick but in the same year he offered 
his services to preach among the Dutch and Brazilians at Rio Grande. 
In 1644 he was at Paraiba. 

Velthuysen (Velthusen, Velthuysius) , Casparus, in 1641 at Sierenhain. As- 
signed the same year to go with Admiral Lichthart on an expedition. 
Apparently still in Brazil in 1644. 

Vogel (Vogelius, Vogollius), Nicolaus, in 1C40 and 1641 at Porto Calvo and in 
1644 called to Recife. 



GENERAL INDEX 



The pages of the six volumes of the Ecclesiastical Records of the State of 
New York are numbered consecutively, and therefore the successive volumes 
are not referred to in this index. The following table, liowever, is given to 
indicate the years and pages of each volume. 

VOLUME PAGES YEARS 

I 1-744 1621-1680 

II 745-1442 1080-1701 

III 1443-2308 1701-1725 

IV 2309-3146 1725-1750 

V 3147-3800 1751-1760 

VI 3801-4413 1761-1800 

In the longer articles dates are added to facilitate the finding of the item 
desired. Dates are also attached to certain names, to distinguish persons of 
the same name but of different generations. The meaning of the few abbrevi- 
ations which have been used will be obvious. S. P. G. refers to the English 
missionary " Society for the Propagation of the Gospel." 

Aanspreecker, 659 Abrahams, H., 2489 

Aarsdalen, Mr, 2353 Abrahams, Isaac, 114 

Aarsen, Rynier, see Aertsen, Reynier Abrams, Alexander, 184 

Aarsenius, Rev., one of committee of Abramse, Andries, 2377, 2390 

Classis of Amsterdam on Indian Abramse, Jacob, (1674) 642 

affairs, (1637) 110 Abramse, Jacob, (1742) 2101 

Aarthur, see Arthur Abramsen (Abransen), Willem, 586 

Aartsen (Aarssen), Aart, 2324, 2328 Academy or college for the Dutch 

Aartsen, Elizabeth, 2275 alone; proftosals for, 3541, 3546-47, 

Aartsen. See also Aersen and Aertsen 3549, 3561-65, 3582-85, 3589, 3605; 

/bbekerk, Holland, 126 general review of the suggestions. 

Abbot, John, 4369 3608-10, 3556, 3613, 3624-26, 3637, 

Abeel, David, (1735) 2101, 3091, 3643-44, 3649, 3654-55; the plan 

3123, 3132, 3725, 3830, 4163, 4167 condemned by the Synod of North 

Abeel, Garret, (1764) 2101, (1766) Holland, 3668; further allusions, 

4059, 4073, 4076, 4088, 4090, 4135, 3672, 3674-80, 3718-24, 3751, 3761, 

4260, 4265, 4267, 4273, 4275, 4286 3862, 3928-29, 3931-33, "3979, 3993, 

Abeel (Beel), J., (1710) 1844 4128, 4141, 4166-67, 4196, 4207. 

Abeel, Jan or Johannes, (1697) 1190, See also Queens College 

(1699) 1322 Acadia or Nova Scotia, 559 

Abeel, Rev. Dr .John N., (1796) 4375, Accomack, Va., 1669 

4382, (1800) 4387 Achagen, Barck Cornelisse [Should 

Abeels, Jonas, elder in Amsterdam, probably be Barck Cornelisse Scha- 

148 gen], 34 

Abelsen, Henry, 1512 Achsisaghecks, an Indian tribe, 1379 

Abercrombie, see Crombi, J. Aker Achter Cull (or Koll), 518, 523, 631- 

Aberdoon, Scotland, consecration of 32 

Bishop Seabury at, (1784) 4326 Aclitervelt, 118 

Abjuration, oath of, (1703) 1544 Ackerman, Lawrence, 36.32 

Abrahams, A., 2449 Acquackononck, see Aquackononck 

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Acrelius, Rev. Israel, 531 

Act of toleration, (1689) 1566, 1658, 

1670, 2240, 2799, 3908 
Act of uniformity, (1671) 3430 
Act of' union between England and 

Scotland, (1706[?]) 3429-30 
Acts of the New York Assembly, or 
of the British Parliament relat- 
ing (chiefly) to ecclesiastical af- 
fairs in New York, in chronologi- 
cal order: 

The charter of liberties, ( 1683) 864, 
867; signed by James, as duke, 
but vetoed when he became king, 
(1685) 894, 915 

Advowson and patronage of all 
churches in the Manor of Liv- 
ingston, given by its charter, 
to the patroon, (1686) 920 

Ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the 
plantations to be exercised by the 
lords of trade, (1686) 925-26 

Allowing Quakers to afBrm, in- 
stead of swearing, (1691) 1016, 
2622, 2637 

For the maintenance of a good, 
suflScient Protestant minister in 
four counties of New York, 
(1693) 1076-79; Blackstone's re- 
marks, 1080-82 

For revising the attainder of Jacob 
Leisler, (1695) 1513-14 

For breaking extravagant grants of 
land, (1699) 1703-4, 1709, 2194; 
ratified, (1708) 2106; allusions. 
1812, 2721 

For repairing and building meet- 
inghouses, (1699) 1302 

For supporting all ministers, 
(1699) 1299; rejected, 1331 

To enable the tovms to build and 
repair their meetinghouses, 
(1699) 1851, 1893 

Against Eomish priests, (1700) 
1368-70, 1392 

For the better support of the poor 
in New York City, (1702) 1511 

For the encouragement of a gram- 
mar free school in New York 
City, (1702) 1511 



Acts of the New York Assembly, etc. 
(continued) 

For repealing several former acts 
of the Assembly, (1702) 1685, 
1709 

For repealing an act annulling ex- 
travagant land grants, (1702) 
2194; this act disallowed, (1707) 
2194 

For the better maintenance of the 
[Anglican] minister of New York 
City, (1703) 1529-31 

To enable the French church of 
New York City to build a larger 
church, etc., (1703) 1528, 1531 

Declaring the illegality of proceed- 
ings against Nicholas Bayard and 
John Hutchins, (1703) 1529, 
1596, 1599 

Indemnifying certain Leislerian 
partizans, (1704) 1567 

For granting certain privileges to 
Trinity Church, New York City, 
(1704) 1517 

Repealing certain acts, (1704) 
1567-68, 1709 

For a proper place of meeting of 
the Assembly — not in a tavern, 

(1704) 1569 

For granting sundry privileges to 
Trinity Church, (1704) 1563-66, 
1568 

That payments to [Anglican] min- 
isters should be paid in current 
money and not in produce, 

(1705) 1893 

For explaining and executing the 
ministry act of 1693, (1705) 
1590, 1595 

To encourage the baptism of slaves, 

(1706) 1673 

To confirm the induction of Rev. 
William UrquLart [Anglican] in 
the Church of Jamaica, (1706) 
1921 

Granting lands to several parties; 
list of grantees, (1707) 1685- 
88 

For naturalizing Palatines in Eng- 
land and America, (1709) 1789, 
1793, 1838 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



25 



Acta of the New York Assembly, etc. 

{continued) 
For suppressing immorality, (1708) 

1710 
For preventing conspiracy of 

slaves, (1708) 1710 
To prevent the running away of 

slaves in the county of Albany, 

(1708) 1710 
To repeal the act for naturalizing 

foreign Protestants, (1709) 

1725-26 
To repeal an act made in 1708, 

(1711) 1833-34 
For the settlement of the estate of 

Mrs Selynns, (1712) 1964; bill 

rejected, 1965 
For naturalizing certain persons, 

(among them, Rev. Henry Boel), 

(1718) 2123 
To repair the Anglican church at 

Rye, (1719) 2139 
For the more impartial raising of 

rates, under the ministry act of 

1693, (1721) 2184-85 
For facilitating the partition of 

certain lands near Newburgh, 

(1722) 2192 
In England allowing Quakers to 

vote, (1733) 2622 
To dispose of £60 by the vestry 

of Jamaica, (1733) 2644 
Giving Quakers the same privi- 
leges in America as in England, 

(1734) 2662 
For raising £50 to make the church 

in Schenectady defensible, 

(1734) 2662 
For a classical school, (1737) 

2698 
To help support the minister and 

the poor, (1741), (1755) 2767 
For altering the time for choosing 

vestrymen in Richmond county, 

(1744) 2855 

For choosing two vestrymen in 
each ward in New York City. 

(1745) 2880 

For raising money by lottery for 
a college, (1751) 3207-8, (1753) 
3389-95, 3470 



Acts of the New York Assembly, etc. 
{continued) 
To allow sale of Manor of Ford- 
ham, (1753) 3447-51 
To repeal parts of several acts 
relating to funds raised by lot- 
tery for a college, (Nov. 27, 
1756) 3682-84 
For appropriating the moneys 
raised by lottery for a college 
because its charter was not un- 
sectarian, (Dec. 1, 1756) 3682 
To exempt all Protestants from 
taxation for support of clergy- 
men, (1769) 4150 
To repeal the ministry act of 1693, 
(Jan. 8, 1770) 4176; smothered 
in the Council, 4178 
To amend the Jiinistry act of 1693, 
so as to choose two vestrymen in 
each ward of New York City, 
enacted, (Jan. 11, 1770) 4177- 
78 
To exempt Protestants of all de- 
nominations from paying any 
clergymen by compulsory taxa- 
tion, (Jan. 12, 1770) 4178-79; 
rejected in the Council, 4181 
To enable any church of Protest- 
ants in the county of Albany to 
hold property, (Jan. 12, 1770) 
4178-79; rejected in the Council, 
repeated (Jan. 1771), passed by 
the Assembly, smothered in the 
Council, 4193, 4199 
Adair, James, esq., 4174 
Adams, Rev. Eliphalet, 1361 
Addison, Anthony, 684 
Address of the inhabitants of New 
York to Governor Cornbury, (1702) 
1500 
Address of the militia of New York to 
the king, (1689) 962; of the merch- 
ants and ministers of New York to 
the king, concerning tlieir persecu- 
tions, (1690) 997, 1591 
Address of the R^nod of the Dutch 
Church to President Washington, 
(1789) 4.352, 4356 
Address to the Dutch churches by 
Ritzema, (1765) 3976-82 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Adelborst, 522 

Admonitions, (1619) 4225 

Adriaanse, Abraham, 3985 

Adriaan8e, Isaac, 4041, 4045 

Adriaensen, Maryn, 157, 197, 213 

Adriaensen, Reynier, 184 

Adriaensse, Rev. John, 83 

Adriaenz, G., 2708 

Adriani, Rev. Gualterus, 34 

Adsins, Rev., (1761) 3811 

Advice, name of a ship, 1593 

Advowson, (the patronage of a 
church), none ever to be claimed 
by the proprietors of New Jersey, 
(1665) 569; in the Manor of Liv- 
ingston, the advowson belongs to 
the lord of the manor, (1686) 920, 
2095, see (^Iso Patroons; granted 
to the Consistory of the Dutch 
Church of New York City by 
their charter, (1696) 1151; for 
Trinity Church the advowson at 
first pertained to the town vestry, 
eletced by all the freeholders of the 
city, with one of the church ward- 
ens, (1697) 1146, 1152; by the 
new act of incorporation of the 
church the advowson and presenta- 
tion pertained to the church ward- 
ens and vestry of the church elected 
by its own members, (1704) 1564; 
thus explained, 1552; virtually ex- 
ercised by all Dutch churches, 
2155; I to the elders and deacons 
of the Dutch church of Albany, 
(1720) 2163 

Adyranthaka, name of the French 
Indians, 436 

Aelsmeer, Holland, 261 

Aelsop, Richard, 2376 

Aemilius (Omilent), Rev. John An- 
thony, 4008, 4014, 4028, 4036-37. 
4049, 4144 

Aernem (Arnhem), Holland, 411 

Aersen, Aegst, 1548 

Aersen (Ausen), Jacob, 1933-34 

Aerssen, Cornelia, 364 

Aerts, Jonas, 128 

Aertse, Garrit, 2376 

Aertsen (Aarsen), Reynier, 1120, 
1885-86 



Aertsen, see also Aartsen and Artscn 

Aesopus, see Esopus 

Affirmation allowed to Quakers, 
(1691) 2622, 2636, 2637-38 2040- 
41 

Aflaick, Rev. James, 3856 

Aged, the, an asylum suggested for, 
(1649) 259, 284 

Agiandres (Agayandres) , the Sach- 
ems of the Five Nations, 1096 

Agoort, see Haeghoort, Rev. Gerardus 

Aguiar, Mr, 2827 

/ ilesbury, [Robert Bruce, 1st] Earl 
of, 897 

Ailleboust, (Daille Boust, Daillebout) 
Louis d'. Governor of Canada, 421, 
422 

Aislaby, Mr, 1726, 1835 

Akademie, for encouragement of lit- 
erature at Amsterdam, (1617) 71 

Akkerman, Jacob, 136f; 

Akkinsack, see Hackensack 

Albany, Circle of, (1747) 2978 

Albany (Fort Orange, Rensselaer- 
wyek, Beverwyck, Willemstadt), 
N. Y., city of, Krol, vice direc- 
tor, (1628) 52, 54; privileges and 
duties of patroons, 75, 78, 79, 
129, 130; allusion to, 213; school- 
house built, schoolmaster, (1650) 
279, 398; morals, (1657) 383-86, 
394-95; terms of surrender, 
(1664) 563; Dongan's report con- 
cerning, (1687) 879; comet, 
(1680) 758; allusions, 835-39, 
876, 928, 935, 967-68, 971, 973, 
977, 979, 982, 986, 992-96, 998, 
1008-9, 1014, 1019-20, 1024-25, 
1064, 1069-70, 1121, 1123, 1124, 
1132, 1166, 1169, 1170, 1176, 
1181-82, 1187. 1197, 1199, 1208, 
1223, 1231, 1241, 1251, 1263, 
1264, 1269, 1358, 1416, 1438; 
difficulties under Leisler, ( 1689- 
91), see Leisler; Sabbath observ- 
ance to be enforced, (1704) 1574; 
allusions, (1705) 1591; (1712) 
1966, 1986; census of Albany 
county, (1712) 1954; conference 
with the Five Nations at, (1713) 
2008-9. 2070; census of city and 



ECCLESIASTICAL, RECORDS 



27 



Albany, N. Y., city of (continued) 
county, (1723) 2196-97; Sab- 
bath observance at, (1724) 2215; 
antiliquor laws, (1729) 2478; 
certain Indian lands obtained and 
their subsequent history, (1733- 
90) 2634-35; donation to Dutch 
church of Schagticoke, (1741) 
2754; condition of the city, 

(1748) 3018; Professor Kalm's 
account of the churches in, 

(1749) 3026; allusions, 3399- 
3405; description of the city 
and manners of the inhabit- 
ants, (1764) 3969; Common 
Council writes to Dr Wheelock, 
(1768) 4137; the Dutch church 
and the city, (1789) 4351; the 
burial grounds of, (1789) 4350- 
51; the Albany (iazette, (1772) 
4238, (1791) 4357, (1794) 4369; 
county of Albany petitions for 
repeal of the ministry act of 
1693, (1770) 4176 

Albany, Dutch church of, first 
minister, (1642) see Megapol- 
ensis, Johannes; first church 
building, (1643) 157-58, 169, 
363; the church and the patroon, 
143^8, 153, 156-57, 230-31, 239, 
248-49, 251-52, 262, 264, 272, 
278, 283, 286-95, 306-8, 309, 
310, 344, 353, 417, 424, 442; va- 
cancy in the church, 251-52, see 
Grasmere, second pastor, (1652) ; 
Schaats, Gideon, (1653); new 
church building at, 158, 344, 383, 
2052; dispute about the tithes. 
(1656) 353; (1659) 442; the 
company presents a bell to, 363, 
372; support by the patroon 
ceases, (1657) 383-85, 424; 130 
church members, (1657) 383: 
parsonage built, 305; 200 church 
members, (1660) 483, see Van 
Rensselaer, Rev. Nicholas; church 
difficulties, (16S1) 762-64, 768- 
71, 777-79, 802. 821. 830; 375 
church members, (1681) 795; 
colleague to be sent, (1682) 807- 



Albany, N. Y., city of (continued) 
8; Dellius called, see Delliua; 
his call agreeable, 815-17; per- 
• secutions by Lrisler, 982, 983-84; 
Dellius leaves Albany, (1699) 
1316-26; Lydius becomes pastor, 
(1699) 1336, 1343, 1345, 1348- 
49, 1371, see Lydius; property of 
the church confirmed to them, 
(1701) 1469; the church to be 
enlarged, 1485; indorses King- 
ston's call for a minister, (1704) 
1562-63; good condition of the 
church, 1651; petitions for the 
ownership of the graveyard, 
(1710) 1842; death of Domine 
Lydius, (1710) 1843-44; deacons 
permit the giving of an indent- 
ure of servitude, 1849; Classis 
of Amsterdam seeks a successor 
to Lydius, 1865, 1875-77, 1941; 
Domine Peter Van Driessen sent 
to Albany, (1711) 1884; church 
receives a donation of £20 for 
the poor, 1973; consistory writes 
to Consistory of Schenectady 
about the distribution of food 
sent by the New York Consistory 
for the Palatines, 2002-3 ; Dellius 
petitions the Assembly for pay- 
ment due him for teaching In- 
dians and expenses to Canada, 

(1714) 2047; third rebuilding of 
the Dutch church. (1714) 2052, 

(1715) 2092, (1716) 2112; 
ancient customs in, 2092-93; 
petitions for additional grounds, 
(1715) 2103, 2105; desires incor- 
poration, (1720) 2148-52; 
charter given, 2152-68; allusions 
to the parsonage, 2148-49, 2153, 
2157; appoints a sexton and peti- 
tions a second time for ownership 
of graveyard, (1722) 2189; peti- 
tions Common Council for con- 
firmation of certain lands. 
(1733) 26.32-33; allusion, 2654; 
need of a minister to preach also 
in German, (1734) 2662; Dnmine 
Van Schie called, (1736) 2674, 



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Albany, N. Y., city of (continued) 
see Van Schie; in favor of a 
coetus, (1737), 26S7, 2690; 
Arondeus called to Albany, de- 
clines, (1745) 2875, 3073; Fre- 
linghuysen called, (1745) 2878- 
79, see Frelinghuysen, Theodore; 
Classis of Amsterdam makes a 
donation to widow of Domine 
Van Schie, (1746) 2925; city 
gives land to Dutch church, 
(1747) 2956; Frelinghuysen 
signs letter to classis in behalf 
of a coetus, (1747) 2959; con- 
sistory refuses to allow Freling- 
huysen to attend meetings of the 
coetus, (1747) 2999, 3006; con- 
dition of the church of, 2687, 
2690; allusions, 3026, 3037; op- 
poses Frelinghuysen's advocacy of 
an American classis and academy, 
(1755) 3547, 3583; opposes the 
coetus, (1751-59) 3156, 3423, 
3680 ; opposes Frelinghuysen's 
going to Holland to advocate an 
American classis and academy, 
3562, 3599, 3603, 3607, 3610, 
3644; Frelinghuysen sails for 
Holland, (Oct. 1759) 3738-39; 
Mrs Grant's account of the con- 
ditions in Albany and of the de- 
parture of Frelinghuysen from 
his church, and his death, 3739- 
44; settlement of Domine West- 
erlo, (1760) 3800, see Westerlo; 
the Dutch church and the city, 
4351; sale of lands, (1791) 4361; 
allusions, 3862, 3948, 3969, 4075, 
4085, 4211, 4243-44, 4248, 4254, 
(1784) 4317, 4319, 4336, (1800) 
4382, 4388 
Albany, Lutheran church, allusions 
to, (1660), 483, 504, 515; toler- 
ated by the Duke of York, 
(1666) 583, 3890; first minister, 
(1669), see Fabritius; tolerated 
by the restored Dutch govern- 
ment, (1673) 634, 636; petition 
to be allowed to bury their dead 
without payments to the Ee- 



Albany, N. Y., city of (continued) 
formed church sexton, 659; sec- 
ond minister, 663, see Arensius; 
allusions, 737, 830, 852, 2070, 
2115, 2120, 2124, 2149, 2488; 
church incorporated, (1784) 
4320; receives gifts, new church 
building, (1787) 4344; its grave- 
yard, 4350 
Albany, Anglican church, Rev. 
Thoroughgood Moore missionary 
to the Mohawks, (1704) 1554; 
also a Rev. Mr Smith (Symon?), 
1555-56; Moore leaves Albany, 
(1705) 1613; Rev. Thomas Bar- 
clay describes religious condi- 
tions at, (1710) 1866-68; peti- 
tions Governor Hunter for a 
church at, (1712) 1949-50; Rev. 
William Andrews, missionary to 
the Mohawks, confers with Bar- 
clay, (1712) 1968-69; allusion, 
(1713) 1972-73; Governor Hunt- 
er holds a conference with the 
Mohawks, (1714) 2070; ground 
laid out for a church, (1714) 
2074; legal difficulties as to the 
land, (1715) 2087, 2091-92,4118; 
church building in course of 
erection, (1716) 2109, 2111, 
2115; release signed for the land, 
(1718) 2120, 2124; Rev. Henry 
Barclay succeeds his father, 
(1736) 2663, 2677, 3400; he ob- 
tains 20 acres of land in the 
Mohawk country, (1740) 2745; 
success of his ministry, (1741) 
2751; leaves Albany for New 
York, (1746) 2927-30; allusions, 
2932-33; Kalm's allusion to, 
(1749) 3026, 4366; Indians com- 
plain of his claim to the land, 
meant for the minister, 2934, 
3485; allusion to the church, 
(1764) 3969; petitions for a 
charter, (1768) 4118; church 
closed during the Revolution, 
(1776-83) 4299; its graveyard, 
(1789) 4350-51; church tower 
built, (1792) 4366 



ECCLESIASTICAI. RECOEDS 



29 



Albany, N. Y., city of (continued) 
Albany, Presbyterian church, past- 
ors of, (1763-1804) 3891; ordina- 
tion of Rev. John McDonald, 
(1784) 4325; graveyard, (1780) 
4350-51 
Albany, German churcli, need of a 
minister to preach in German, 
(1734) 2662; allusion, (1772) 
4238, (1784) 4319; graveyard, 
(1789) 4350-51; sale of building, 
(1794) 4369 
Albany, Classis of [Particular Body 
of], (1771) 4213, 4253, (1784) 
4319; unable to meet, (1778) 4303, 
4306; assumes the name of classis, 
(1784) 4321, 4324, (1791) 4362; 
divided into the Classes of Al- 
bany, Rensselaer and Montgom- 
ery, (1800) 4382-83 
Albany, Particular Body of, see Al- 
bany, Classis of 
Albany, Particular Synod of (1800) 

4384 
Albany, Presbytery of, (1790) 4353 
Albemarle, Duke of, 925 
Alberto, Peter Caesar, also called 
" Mallemocque ", from Malamocca, 
near Venice, 368 
Alberts, Dirck (Dircksen), 673-74 
Albertsen, Claes, Rev., 40 
Albertsen, Hendrick, 153. 
Albertsen, Richard, 3046, 3171, 3173, 

3218-20 
Album StudioBorum, of Leyden Uni- 
versity, 28, 573; of Utrecht Uni- 
versity, 28, 573; of Groningen, 28 
Alcaen, Frederica, 128 
Aldegonde's (Marnix of St.) Ques- 
tion Book, 221 
Aldersen, Hendrick, 684 
Aldrichs, see Alrichs, Jacob 
Aldrickx (Aldrichs), Peter, 637, 835 
Alexander, Archibald, his history of 

the Log College, 2565 
Alexander, James, attorney, 2222, 
2295, 25.52, 3.396, 3435, 3478, 3480, 
3506, 3544 



Algonlvins, 1379, 2214 

Alhier, in Baptismal Formula, see 
Here 

Alkmaar ( Alckmaer, Alcmaer ) , 
Classis of, 34, 40, 82, 143, 149, 156, 
219, 261, 271-78, 696, 4188, 4190, 
4191, 4201, 4208, 4372, (1805) 
4394 ; excommunicates Grasmere 
(1650) 273-74, 283- 95, 297, 301-2 
307, 312, 313 

Alkmaar (Alckmaer), Holland, 34, 
155, 277-78, 506, 514, 875, 921, 
1578 

Alkmaar, Synod of, 119, 313 

Allegiance and supremacy, oath of, 
1544 

Allen (Allean), F. 1891 

Allen, Justice, 2225 

Allen, Matthew, 4046 

Allen (Allin), Mr, 1744 

Allen, William, 2932 

Alms money, 257, 266-67 

Almshouse at Albany, 385, 2148-49, 
2157 

Alofsen, Cornelis, 3098 

Alphen, Holland, 2119, 2121 

Alrichs, Jacob, vice director on the 
Delaware, (1657) 375; desires a 
clergyman, 375, 382; needs ma- 
terial for a storehouse and a boat, 
381-82; celebrates a thanksgiving 
day, 419; purchases a house for 
divine service, (1659) 447; death 
of Domine Welius, 456-58 

Alrichs Island, in the Delaware, 627 

Alrigs, Pieter, see Aldrickx, Peter 

Alsace, 1781, 1822 

Alsentz, Rev. John G., (1762) 3836, 
3843, 3862, 3882 

Alstedius (Alsted), fJohann Hein- 
rich], 155 

Alstein (Alsteyn, A. L. Stvne), Jo- 
hannes G. E., 2365, 2440, 3881, 3892 

Alsteyn, Jeronimus, (1783) 4305. See 
also Van Alstyne 

Altena, Delaware, 419, 459, 531 

Althen, Catharine, 3803 

Alva (D'Alva), Duke of, 1779, 1827 

Alvarez, Didacus, 156 

Alzey, Palatinate, (1705) 1602-3 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Amazone, a ship, 2140 

Ambassadors, ministers resident with, 
99 

Amboy, 1438, 1606, 1991, 2102, 3502, 
3817. See also Perth Amboy 

Amboyna, E. I., 127, 225 

Ambrigten, Johannes, 4240 

Ambrosius, Rev. John, 110 

Amendments to act for settling a 
ministry, see Ministerial mainte- 
nance act, amendments rejected, 
1074r-75, 1079 

Amendments to charter of Collegiate 
Church, (1753) 3347-51; trial 
under, 3985-88 

Amendments to the constitution of 
the church, (1619) 4218-26 

Ament, LuRe, 3970 

American chaplains, churches denied 
to, (1776) 4297 

American Church History Series, 16 

American Classis [or Coetus con- 
tinued], (1755-71), report on 
transforming the coetus into a 
classis, plan of a classis to be pre- 
pared, committee appointed to re- 
ceive the reports of the churches, 
(Sept. 1754) 3490-92; circular 
letter to the churches proposing a 
classis, 3493; action of the Con- 
sistory of New York thereon, 3493- 
96, 3499, 3500; efforts of Rev. 
Theodore Frelinghuysen to counter- 
vene the opposition of Ritzema, ac- 
counts by opponents and friends, 
3532-34, 3561-65, 3589-90, 3608- 
11, 3624-33, 3652-56, 3678-80; 
the convention which forms the 
classis, 3546-48; extra, but irregu- 
lar session of the coetus, 3548-51 ; 
Commission of Theodore Freling- 
huysen to visit Holland in behalf 
of a classis and seminary, 3551-52; 
continued requests for American 
ordinations, 3553 ; acts of the regu- 
lar coetus (or American Classis), 
resumed, (Oct. 1755), cites and 
censures opponents, letter to classis 
reviewing all the circumstances, 
3597-3604, 3605-7, 3687-88; letter 
from Classis of Amsterdam, to. 



American Classis {continued) 

(Dec. 9, 1755) 3636-41, 3642-43; 
Theodore Frelinghuysen's exposi- 
tion of affairs, showing the neces- 
sity of all ecclesiastical rights in 
America, (Feb. 20, 1756) 3648-49; 
letter from Classis of Amsterdam, 
to, (Apr. 5, 1756) 3656-60; Synod 
of North Holland refuses to indorse 
a classis in America, (Aug. 1756) 
3668-71; action of classis, 3672-74; 
letter to classis, (Oct. 1756) 3674- 
77; classis still refuses riglit of 
ordination to the American body, 
(Jan. 1757) 3689; letter from clas- 
sis, to, (Apr. 1757) 3699; Synod 
of North Holland still opposes 
ecclesiastical freedom in America, 
(Aug. 1757) 3704-7; letter to the 
Classis of Amsterdam, (Oct. 4, 
1757) 3708-10; losses to the church 
from the opposition of the classis; 
the coetus is the presbytery of the 
church in America, can not refuse 
to ordain, 3708-10; again writes 
to classis, (Oct. 3, 1758), can not 
intermit their meetings and ecclesi- 
astical acts, 3718-20; the con- 
ferentie refuses them recognition, 
yet compelled to acknowledge the 
necessity of a classis, 3720-24; 
Classis of Amsterdam sends a cir- 
cular letter to all the churches, 
exhorting them to unity, (May 
1759) 37.30-32; Rev. Theodore Fre- 
linghuysen embarks on his mission 
to Holland, (Oct. 1759) 3738-39; 
continued ordinations in America, 
3744-47 ; Frelinghuysen's mission 
in Holland declares the independ- 
ence of the church in America, 
3751-52; terms of union offered by 
tlie conferentie unacceptable and 
impossible, (May 1760) 3753-58; 
death of Frelinghuysen, 3739-44; 
Rev. John Leydt's elaborate 
pamphlet on True Liberty the Way 
to Peace, 3762-92, 3811-12; classis 
insists on the reunion of the par- 
ties, the ordinations performed to 
be recognized, the conferentie has 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



31 



American Classis (continiced) 

ignored the eldership, their terms 
mireasonable, (Oct. 1760) 3792-99, 
3801-2; ordination of Van Harl- 
ingen, 3805, 3807; letter from the 
classis exhorting to union and 
peace, 3815; classis displeased with 
the pamphlets of Leydt and the 
answer thereto of Ritzema, (Oct. 
1762) 3831-33, 3846-51, 3851-53; 
Leydt's rejoiner to Ritzema's 
pamphlet, (1763) 3862-63; letter 
to the classis, (Apr. 6, 1763), fail- 
ure to unite with the conferentie, 
is equal to a classis and will con- 
tinue to ordain, mission of Rev. 
Jacob R. Hardenbergh, 3866; re- 
port of committee on Leydt's sec- 
ond pamphlet, (May 2, 1763) 3870; 
report on Hardenbergh's mission, 
3874-77; the synod's action on 
Leydt's second pamphlet and on 
Hardenbergh's mission, (Aug. 1763) 
3882-86, 3888-89; letter from 
classis, to, rejection of Har- 
denbergh's proposals, condemns 
Leydt's pamphlet, (Oct. 1763) 
3893-96; allusions, 3960, 3980, 
3992, 4142; efforts for union be- 
tween the parties, (1764) 3923- 
30; Hardenbergh's letter to classis, 
(Oct. 12, 1764), criticizes their re- 
ception of him, difficulties involved 
in living under another govern- 
ment, have petitioned for a charter 
for an institution, classis should 
not be too severe on Leydt's pamph- 
lets, 3960-63; letter to the classis, 
(Oct. 13, 1784), demands of the 
American Classis, invalidity of the 
opposing arguments, inherent right 
of ordination, 3963-67; letter from 
the classis, to, alleged irregularity 
of the coetus turning itself into a 
classis, its arguments invalid, 
(.June 3, 1765) 3991-96; report on 
a plan of union of the two parties, 
(June 6, 1768) 4119-25; letter 
from the classis to the parties, 
4126, 4130; letter from the classis. 



American Classis (continued) 

(Oct. 3, 1768) 4133-35; offer to 
the conferentie to unite on the 
plan proposed, (May 3, 1769), 
4150; writes to classis, (May 
5, 1769); offer to the confer- 
entie defeated by Ritzema, 4153- 
60; letters from the classis, 
to, (Jan. 9, 1770) 4175, (Jan. 8, 
1771) 4196-97; general convention, 
articles of union adopted, or men- 
tioned, (Oct. 15-18, 1771) 4210-18, 
4226-29, 4234-37, 4365, 4241-42, 
4244-51, 4253-54 
American episcopate, (1784) 4325-27 
American independence, 560 
American Musevun, The, a magazine, 

(1789) 4355 
American Querist, The, (1774) 4186 
American Revolution, (1775), "con- 
dition of our country," 4287; 
Episcopal churches at the opening 
of, 4289-90; churches closed, 
(1776) 4291; Trinity Church 
burned, 4291-92; state of the 
Anglo-American church by Rev. Dr 
Charles Inglis, interruption of cor- 
respondence with the S. P. G., the 
clergy loyal to England, Drs Chan 
dler and Myles Cooper obliged to 
flee, Presbyterians support Con- 
gress, opposition to the Episcopal 
clergy, Dr Inglis's opinion of the 
American Revolution, Declaration 
of Independence, the clergy shut up 
their churches because unable to 
pray for the king, New York City 
in the Revolution, Washington in 
New York, Inglis refuses to omit 
the prayer for the king, Washing- 
ton appoints a day of prayer, arms 
of the king in Trinity Church 
taken down. Trinity Church closed, 
Anglican churches denied to the 
American chaplains, Dr Inglis's 
pamphlet against the American 
cause, the English take New York, 
attempt to burn the city, sufferings 
of the Anglican clergy, 4292-4300; 
allusion. 4337; repeal of the min- 



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American Revolution (continued) 
istry act of 1693, and all its 
amendments, freedom of religion 
established, (Apr. 1777) 4300; 
Trinity Church grants to the Dutch 
loyalists in the city the use of St. 
George's Chapel, (Oct. 1779) 4304- 
5; thanks of Rev. Garret Lydekker, 
acting Dutch pastor, for its use, 
(Apr. 1780) 4305; church of 
Poughkeepsie invites Dr J. H. Liv- 
ingston to supply their pulpit dur- 
ing the war, (July 1781) 4309 

American Whig, (1767) 4084, 6114- 
15 

Amerman, Dirck, 3073, 3111 

Amerman, Dirck D., 4199 

Amerman, Dirck Jansen, 1525, 1548 

Amerman, Dirck, 4199 

Amerman, G., 3376 

Amerman, Isaac, 2780-81, 3024 

Amerman, Jacobus, 2876 

Amerman, Jan, 1548, 1885-86, 4199 

Amerman, Paul, 3386-87, 3411, 3418- 
19, 3461, 3474, 3569, 3726 

Amersfoort, Holland, 270, 275 

Amersfoort (Amesfort), Long Island, 
see Flatlands 

Amherst, Sir JeflFery, major general, 
(1762-63) 3840, 3864, 3911-12 

Amity, N. Y., see Clifton Park, 4382, 
4389 

Amos, Alexander, 2141 

Ampsingh, Rev. Samuel, 83 

Amstelland, Holland, 826 

Amstelveen, Holland, 1183 

Amsterdam Courant, (1725) 2263 

Amsterdam, Holland, city of, will 
build a church and schoolhouse at 
New Amstel, Delaware and support 
a minister and schoolmaster, 
(1656) 356; sends 300 colonists 



Amsterdam, Holland, city of (con- 
tinued) 
tliither and Rev. Everardus Welius, 
(1657) 371-82; buys out the rights 
of the West India Company in 
Delaware, (1662) 521; proposes 
to settle a colony of Mennonites 
there, 524; University of, 1090 

Amsterdam, Holland, Church and 
Consistory of, 40, 54, 66, 67, 83 ;o 
letter from Rev. Jonas Michaelius 
to, (Aug. 11, 1628), in Dutch and 
English, 48-68 

Amsterdam, Holland, Classis of, acts 
or minutes of tlie classis ( 1582- 
1816) 18-24, 4395-4409; acts of 
the deputies, specifically, 19-24, 
4396-4402; allusions to, 17, 33, 40, 
83, 90; adopts a seal, (1638) 118; 
facsimile of seal, 68; makes special 
calls on all ministers, readers, 
comforters of the sick, going to the 
colonies, 74; order, respecting man- 
ner of keeping their minutes, 
(1631) 81; suggests that a letter 
be written to the Archbishop of 
Canterbiiry in behalf of the per- 
secuted " Reformed churches " of 
South Scotland, (1639) 122; ques- 
tion raised as to the right of this 
classis alone governing the colonial 
churches, (1639) 125-26; letters of, 
to be recorded and indexed, 128; 
raised nearly $9000 to help the per- 
secuted " Reformed churches " of 
Great Britain, (1643-44) 177- 
83; sends a letter of sympathy to 
the Reformed Synod of London, 
183; catalog of the classis, 182; 
sends a remonstrance to the West 
India Company for its lack of in- 
terest in the colonial churches. 



» This consistory was in the year 1598. martp the committee of the classis of 
Amsterdam, to select chaplains for all ships of the East and West India Com- 
panies, to select ministers, comforters of the sick, readers and schoolmasters for 
all colonies, and to correspond with them. This commission this consistor.v held 
for thirty-eipht years (1598-1036), when the classis resumed direct control. These 
facts were for the first, brought to light by Dr H. C. Rogge in his article on 
" De Gereformeerde Kerk," in Amsterdam in de zeventiende ecww, 1901-4, and are 
more fully set forth by Dr A. Eekhof, in his monograph on Bastian Jansz Krol. 
published in 1910, a pamphlet of one hundred pages. The correspondence with this 
consistory has not vet been rpcovered. except in a few instances. A number of new 
facts about Michaelius, Bogardus and Krol are exhibited in Doctor Eekhof's mono- 
graph. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



33 



Amsterdam, Holland, Classis of 
(continued) 
(1646) 203-9; another remon- 
strance to both the West and East 
India Companies, (1647) 219-23; 
opposes the request of the Luth- 
erans of New Amsterdam for sepa- 
rate services, set' Lutherans; is the 
Metropolitan of New Netherland, 
341; writes to the other classes 
for candidates for the colonies, 812; 
to open all letters from foreign 
churches, 822, 845 

Special acts to be found under 
many different headings, as: Spe- 
cial letter to Bellomont, (Dec. 29, 
1700, defending Domine Dellius 
from his charges, (1700) 1431- 
36; writes to all the consistories of 
New York and New Jersey, against 
American ordinations, (1761) 3802; 
special letter to consistory of New 
York, 3802-3; to the Coetus of 
New York, (1762) 3815; refuses to 
recognize the coetus as legal, 3831- 
33; writes to the conferentie, 
(1763) 3846-51; to the coetus, 
3851-53; refuses to approve the 
call on Keteltas, (1763) 3857-59; 
proposes plan for calling an Eng- 
lish-speaking minister for the Col- 
legiate Church, 3859-61, 3867-68, 
3872-73; action on the pamphlets 
of Leydt and Eitzema, 3862-63, 
3868-69, 3870, 3873-77; refuses the 
proposals of coetus made tlirough 
Hardenbergh's visit, 3883-86, 3893- 
97, 3920; answer of Hardenbergh 
and the coetus, (1764) 3960-67; 
writes to the conferentie and to 
Laidlie, (1765) 3972-75; writes to 
the coetus, (1765) 3991-96; writes 
to the conferentie, (1766) 4049- 
53; to Laidlie, 4053-56; to certain 
members of the New York con- 
sistory, 4056-58; response, (1767) 
4081-82; writes to the New York 



Amsterdam, Holland, Classis of 
(cutitLnued) 
consistory, 4108; prepares a "Plan 
of Union " for coetus and confer- 
entie, (1768) 4114, 4118-26, 4128- 
30; is indorsed by the Synod of 
North Holland, 4130-32; the " Plan 
of Union " sent to the coetus and 
conferentie, 4133-35, 4147, 4150, 
4165-67; responses, (1769) 4153- 
60; the Holland classes do not in- 
dorse the "plan of union"; Classis 
of Amsterdam surrenders all its 
powers over the American churches 
to the Synod of North Holland, 
4165-69, 4175, 4183, 4188-89, 4192, 
4194-98; upon request of the state, 
action delayed, (1770) 4189-90; 
synod resubmits the plan of union 
to the classes, (Oct. 1770) ; full 
power given to the Classis of Am- 
sterdam to act, 4207-8 ; " plan of 
union " sent to America and ac- 
cepted, (1771) 4208-28; ratified 
by the classis, (1772) 4235-36; 
writes to Consistory of New York, 
4237-38, 4240-41 

Last references in the minutes of 
the Classis to the American 
churches, (1801-10) 4392-93; cata- 
log of the archives of Classis of 
Amsterdam, 4395-4405; 1900 per- 
sons licensed to preach and 1800 
ordained by said classis before 
1903, 4409 
Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of: 
letter to the Classis of Amster- 
dam, from the American Min- 
isters and Churches:" the Con- 
sistory of Manhattan, (Sept. 
1641) 142, 148-150; Rev. John 
Backerus, (July 1647) 232, 233, 
242, 246; Rev. John Megapo- 
lensis, (Aug. 1647) 225, 227-28, 
(Apr. 1648) 239, 242, (Aug. 25, 
1648) 237, 242-43, 246, 248-49, 



■ There were some more letters which were not found, but to which we have 
allusions, and often the dates. These are not included in these lists. 



34 



THE UJSTIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF KEW YOKK 



Amsterdam, Claasis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
261; the Consistory of Manhat- 
tan, per Peter Stuyvesant, (Sept. 
11, 1648) 261; Eev. John Back- 
erus, (Sept. 22, 1648) 244, 247, 
260; Consistory of New Amster- 
dam, (Sept. 22, 1648) 247; Con- 
sistory of New Amsterdam, 
per Stuyvesant, (Aug. 1649) 
261 ; Eev. John Megapolensis, 
(Aug. or Sept. 1649) 264; John 
Walraven, (Sept. 12, 1650) 
280; William Vestens, (Apr. 2, 
1652) 306; Revs. John Mega- 
polensis and Samuel Drisius, 
(Oct. 6, 1653) 317, (July 15, 
1654) 326; Eev. John Mega- 
polensis, (Mar. 18, 1655) 334; 
Eevs. John Megapolensis and 
Gideon Schaats, (Nov. 1656) 
382-86; Rev. Gideon Schaats to 
Eev. Laurentius, (June, 1657) 
382, 417; Eev. Jacobus T. Pol- 
hemus, (July 1657) 392; Eevs. 
John Megapolensis and Samuel 
Drisius, (Aug. 1657) 393-400, 
409-12, (Aug. 23, 1658) 428-31; 
Evert Pietersen to Eev. Hendrick 
Euileus, (Aug. 12, 1657) 401-3; 
Eev. Jacobus T. Polhemus, (June 
4, 1658) 424; Eevs. John Mega- 
polensis and Samuel Drisius, 
(Sept. 24, 1658) 432, 436-39, 
449 ; Rev. John Megapolensis, 
(Sept. 25, 1648) 434; Revs. John 
Megapolensis and Drisius (Sept. 

28, 1658) 436; Revs. John Mega- 
polensis and Samuel Drisius 
(Sept. 10, 1659) 449, 554; 
Church of New Amstel (New 
Castle), (Dec. 1659) 457; Eev. 
Gideon Schaats, (Sept. 22, 
1660) 482, 504, 515; Eev. 
Jacobus T. Polhemus, (Sept. 

29, 1660) 484, 504; Rev. Samuel 
Drisius, (Oct. 4, 1660) 485, 504, 
513; Eev. Henry Selyns, (Oct. 
4, 1660) 487, 504; Consistory of 
New Amsterdam to the West 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
India Company, (1661) 503; 
Eev. Jacobus T. Polhemus, (Aug. 
8, 1662) 525, (Sept. 11, 1663) 
533-34, 542-43, 551, (Apr. 21, 
1664) 543, 551, 554; Eev. Henry 
Selyns, (June 9, 1664) 547-50, 
553; Eev. Samuel Drisius, (Aug. 
5, 1664) 554-55, (Sept. 15, 1664) 
560-62, 568. 574 [Conquest of 
]Siew Netherland by the Eng- 
lish] ; Rev. John Megapolensis, 
(Aug. 16, 1666) 579, 583, 584, 
588; Rev. Gideon Schaats, (May 
7, 1667) 587, 605; Rev. Samuel 
Drisius, (Nov. 5, 1668) 598; Rev. 
Samuel Megapolensis, (Sept. 7, 
1668) 595-97, 600; Rev. John 
Megapolensis, (Apr. 17, 1669) 
601-3, 606; Consistory of New 
York, (Jan. 24 (29?), 1670) 
607-8, 612, 613, 615, (June 5, 
1670) 610, 620, (1672) 624, 626, 
628; Eev. Guilliam Van Nieu- 
wenhuysen, (July 1673) 666, 
(July 26, 1674) 652-55, 664- 
65, 666; Rev. Gideon Schaats, 
(Sept. 7, 1675) 676-77; Eev. 
Guilliam Van Nieuwenhuysen, 
(May 20-30, 1676) 684-86, 
(July, Aug. 29, 1676) 688- 
89, 694-95; Consistory of 
Kingston, (Sept. 26, 1677) 696, 
705; Rev. Casper Van Zuuren, 
(Sept. 30, Oct. 1677) 699-704, 
709, (Oct. 30, 1678) 711-19, 735, 
745, (May 4, 1679) 721-22; Rev. 
Laurentius Van Gaasbeeck, (Oct. 
1679) 727-29, 746; The four 
Dutch ministers, (Nov. 1679) 
730-33, 737, 739; Anonymous, 
(1679) 733-35; Commissioners of 
church of Schenectady, (Dec. 31, 
1679) 735-36, 784, 788; Mrs 
Van Gaasbeeck, (Oct. 17, 1680) 
747, 766; Consistory of Kings- 
ton, (Nov. 22, 1680) 748-50, 
796; Eev. Casper Van Zuuren, 
(Dec. 10, 1680) 751-53, 782; the 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



35 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
ministers of New Netherland, 
(1680?) 753-55,782; Consistory 
of Flatbush, etc., (Dec. 10, 1680) 
756-58, 783; Consistory of New 
York, (Feb. 25, 1681) 759-62, 
781, 801, 803, 818; the magis- 
trates of Albany, (June 7, 1681) 
768-70, 802, 816, 820; Rev. 
Gideon Schaats, (June 9 or July 
1681) 770-71, 802; Rev. Casper 
Van Zuuren, (June 25, 1681) 
771-80, 806, 819-21; Consistory 
of New York, (June 29, 1681) 
780; consistories of Kings 
county, L. I., (Sept. 15, 1681) 
786; commissioners of church of 
Schenectady, (Oct. 21, 1681) 
788; Rev. John Weecksteen, (Oct. 
27 (N. S. Nov. 7), 1681) 789; 
Rev. Casper Van Zuuren, (Oct. 
30, 1681) 790-95, 806; Con- 
sistory of Kingston, (Oct. 31, 

1681) 796, 806, 821-22; Consis- 
tory of New Castle, (Sept. 25, 

1682) 823-24, 832-33; Rev. 
Gideon Schaats, (Sept. 25, 1682) 
825, 855 ; magistrates of Albany, 
(Oct. 12, 1682) 826, 855; Rev. 

Henry SeljTis, (Oct. 28, 1682) 
827-34, 842-43, 85 1-53 ; Rev. Peter 
Tesschenmacher, (Oct. 30, 1682) 
834-36, 853, 854; Consistory of 
New York, (Oct. 30, 1682) 836- 
37, 845, 848, 853; Rev. Casper 
Van Zuuren (Van Suren), (Oct. 

1682) 838-40, 855; Consistory of 
Albany, (Aug. 13, 1683) 858; 
Rev. Godfrey Dellius, (Aug. 14, 

1683) 859-60, 883, 885; magis- 
trates of Albany, (Aug. 15, 
1683) 861-62, 883; Consistory 
of Schenectady to Rev. Henry 
Selyns, (Sept. 24, 1683) 863 
882; Rev. Henry Selyns 
Selyns, (Sept. 24, 1683) 863, 
865-69, 881; Rev. Godfrey Del- 
lius, (Feb. 2, 1685) 893, 901; con- 
sistories of Kings county, L. I., 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
(1686) 914; Rev. Godfrey Del- 
lius, (Sept. 1, 1685) 902-4, 913; 
Rev. Henry Selyns, (Sept. 20, 
1685) 906-9; Rev. John 
Wee[c]ksteen, (Mar. 27, 1686) 
935, 944 ; Rev. Rudolphua Varick, 
(Mar. 27, 1686) 922-23, 935, 943, 
948; Rev. Henry Selyns, (Mar. 
27, 1686) 935-36, 944, 947, 
(Aug. 24, 1687) 957-59; Rev. 
Rudolphus Varick, (Sept. 30, 
1688) 955, 969, 976; Rev. Henry 
Selyns, (Oct. 10, 1688) 957, 969, 
974; Rev. Godfrey Dellius to 
Daniel Van Suylestein, (Mar. 3 
[or 8], 1690) 992, 1010; Consis- 
tory of Albany, (July 31, 1690) 
1002-4, 1038-39; Consistory of 
Kingston, (Aug. 30, 1690) 1005, 
1038, 1115; Rev. Henry Selyns, 
(Sept. 14, 1690) 1006-8, 1020, 
1054; Rev. Godfrey Dellius, 
(Feb. 17, 1691) 1010, 1037-38; 
Revs. Selyns, Varick and Dellius, 
(Oct. 12, 1692) 1041, 1046-47, 
1054r-55, 1071; the ministers of 
New Netherland, (Dec. 30, 1692) 
1055; Rev. Henry Selyns, (Oct. 
5, 1693) 1083, 1088; Rev. Ru- 
dolphus Varick, (Apr. 9, 1693) 
1048, 1066; Rev. Henry Selyns, 
(Aug. 14-24, 1693) 1071-72; 
Rev. Rudolphus Varick, (Oct. 
13, 1693) 1084; Rev. Godfrey 
Dellius, (Nov. 1, 1693) 1086, 
1100-2, 1104; Revs. Selyns and 
Varick, (Nov. 20, 1693) 1089, 
1100-1, 1104; Rev. Godfrey 
Dellius, (Oct. 7, 1694) 1105-6; 
Rev. Henry Selyns, (Nov. 14, 
1694) 1106-9; Consistory of 
Kingston, (Apr. 1695) 1115; 
consistories of Kings county, 
L. I., (May 7, 1695) 1117-22, 
1129-30; Rev. Henry Selyns 
(Zelyns), (June 10, 1697) 1171- 
73, 1177, 1182, 1187-88; Rev. 
Henry Selyns, (July 21, 1698) 



36 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
1228-29, 1230-33; Consistory of 
New York, (July 21, 1698) 1195- 
97; Rev. Henry Selyns, (Sept. 
14, 1698) 1230-40; Consistory of 
New York to Consistory of Dutch 
Church of London, (Oct. 18, 
1698) 1243-46; certain members 
of the church of New York, 
(Oct. 21, 1698) 1246-61, 1265; 
Consistory of New Y'ork to Con- 
sistory of London, (Nov. 19, 
1698) 1243-44, 1264-74, (Nov. 
27, 1698) 1274-77; Rev. Henry 
Selyns, (Dec. 15, 1698) 1278- 
82, 1287-88; 1332, 2370, 3847; 
all the churches, ministers and 
merchants give testimonials to 
Rev. Godfrey Dellius, (May 22- 
June 20, 1699) 1305-11, 1316- 
29; consistory of Albany, (June 
5, 1699) 1316-17, 1342, 1365; 
[Rev. Henry Selyns to Consis- 
tory of Dutch Church, London 
(Oct. 2, 1699), 1335. Acci- 
dentally omitted in the printed 
volume.] Governor Bellomont, 
(Oct. 13, 1699) 1335, 1351, 
1361, 1363, 1388, 1390; Consis- 
tory of Albany to William 
Bancker, (Nov. 15, 1699) 1336- 
37, 1342; Rev. Godfrey Dellius to 
Ex-Governor Fletcher, (Mar. 
12, 1700) 1351; Ex-Governor 
Fletcher to Rev. Godfrey Dellius, 
(Apr. 9, 1700) 1351-53; Consis- 
tory of New I'^ork, (Mar. 29, 
1700) 1346, 1353-57, 1366, 1428, 
2370, 3847; Rev. John Lydius, 
(Aug. 15, 1700) 1371-76, 
1477; Revs. Selyns and Du- 
Bois (Sept. 4, 1700) 1475, 
3848; Revs. Selyns and Du- 
Bois, (Sept. 1700) 1346, 1386- 
88, 2370; Consistory of Albany, 
(Sept. 9, 1700) 1388-90, 1476, 
1477-78; Rev. Godfrey Dellius, 
(Oct. 31, 1700) 1394-1422, 1429; 
Rev. John P. Nucella, (Oct. 24, 
1700) 1422-25, 1476; the con- 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
sistories of Kings coimty, 
Brooklyn, etc., (Dec. 11, 1703) 
1544-48, 1560, 1572, 1573-74, 
1577, 1579; the church of Kings- 
ton, (Jan. or June 26, 1704), 
1560-63, 1574, 1594; Rev. Gualt- 
erus DuBois to classis, per Rev. 
John De Rooy, (July 5, 1704) 
1571; Rev. Henricus Beys, 
his journal, (Jan.-Mar. 1706), 
1615-19; the Consistory of New 
York, circular letter, (Feb. 19, 
1706) 1631-35; the churches of 
Kings county, L. I., historical 
account of what occurred after 
the death of Domine Lupardis, 
in connection with the call of 
another minister, (Apr. 22, 1706) 
1639-45, 1681; the consistories, 
Kingston and Kings county, 
L. I., (May 23, 1706) 1646-57, 
1699; the same, state of the 
Dutch churches in the province 
of New York, (May 24, 1706) 
1657-62; Rev. Henry Beys, 
(May 28, 1706) 1663-66; the 
church of New York, (June 10, 

1706) 1667-68, 1681; Rev. Vin- 
centius Antonides, (Dec. 11, 

1707) 1718, (May 6, 1707) 
1718; the consistories of Kings 
county, (.June 21, 17C9) 1755-60; 
Rev. Bernardus Freeman, (June 
28, 1709) 1762-67, 1859; Revs. 
V. Antonides and Gualterus 
DuBois, (July 8, 1709) 1769- 
73, 1859, 1887; the church of 
Kingston, (Oct. 7, 1709) 1803, 
1841, 1842; the Consistory of 
Albany, (Mar. 27, 1710) 1843- 
44, 1860, 1864, 1865, 1875; Rev. 
Peter Vas, (May 27, 1711) 
1881-82, 1807, 2007, 2012; Rev. 
Bernardus Freeman, (Mar. 22, 
1712) 1925-26; the consistories 
of Kings county, per Rev. B. 
Freeman, (Apr. 4, 1712) 1927-28; 
Rev. Bernhard Freeman, (July 
2, 1712), 1955-58; Rev. Bernhard 



ECCLESIASTICAI. RECORDS 



3Y 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
Freeman to William Bancker, 
(July 2, 1712) 1958-60, 2037; 
the consistories of Kings county, 
(Jan. 28, 1713) 1973-90, 1994- 
97, 2012, 2029; Consistory of 
New York, (Mar. 21, 1713) 
1999 ; the consistories of Kings 
county, (May 8, 1713) 2000, 
2008, 2010, 2011-12; Rev. Peter 
Vas, (May 24, 1713) 2013, (May 
23, 1714) 2048-50; Rev. Vin- 
centius Antonides, (July 23, 
1714) 2064-67; Rev. Vincentius 
Antonides to Rev. John Van der 
Hagen, (July 26, 1714) 2067-68; 
the Consistory of the Church 
of New York, a call for a minis- 
ter (Jan. 4, 1715) 2076-81, 
2089, 2104; the Revs. Antonides 
and Freeman, (Feb. 11, 1715) 
2083-86, 2095; Rev. Gualterus 
DuBois, (Apr. 1, 1715) 2088-91, 
2095; Rev. Peter Van Driessen, 
(June 8, 1716) 2108; Rev. 
Henry Boel, his testimony as to 
certain statements about Rev. 
T. J. Frelinghuysen, (July 25, 
1721) 2182-83; Rev. Gualterus 
DuBois, his testimony about cer- 
tain statements in reference to 
Rev. T. J. Frelinghuysen, (1721) 
2183-84; Rev. B. Fteeman, his 
account of certain charges 
against Rev. T. J. Frelinghuysen, 
(1723) 2197-2200; Rev. Ber- 
nardus Freeman, (Apr. 27, 1725) 
2307-8, 2359; certain members 
of the church of Raritan, a com- 
plaint against Rev. Theodore J. 
Frelinghuysen, (1725) 2244-92; 
the complainants at Raritan, 
(Nov. 2, 1725) 2333-35, 2364, 
2366; Rev. Cornells Van Sant- 
voord, (June 14, 1726) 2348-49, 
2350-51, 2372-74; Rev. Theodore 
J. Frelinghuysen, (Apr. 6, 1727) 
2381-88, 2416; Rev. Cornells 
Van Santvoord, (Sept. 15, 1727) 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (contmued) 
2393-95; Revs. &'. DuBois and 
Henricus Boel, (Jan. 3, 1728) 
2400, 2401 ; the consistories of 
the German churches of Falck- 
ner's Swamp, Schepback and 
White Marsh, Pa., (July, 1728) 
2425-37, 2441, 2479; Revs. Du- 
Bois, Antonides and Boel, (Aug. 
15, 1728) 2438-39; [Rev. T. J. 
Frelinghuysen to the complain- 
ants, DuMont, Wyckoff and 
Vroom, (Feb. 3, 1729) 2447-48]; 
[The complainants at Raritan 
to Rev. T. J. Frelinghuysen, 
(Mar. 29, 1729) 2454-56]; [Rev. 
T. J. Frelinghuysen to the com- 
plainants, (Apr. 19, 1729) 2459- 
61] ; [the complainants to Rev. 
T. J. Frelinghuysen, (June 10, 

1729) 2561-6S; [the ordination 
of Johan P. Boehm, in New York, 

(Nov. 23, 1729) 2478-84], 2474; 
the consistories of Poughkeepsie 
and Fishkill to certain gentle- 
men in Amsterdam, (Apr. 13, 

1730) 2497-2502; the consis- 
tories of Poughkeepsie and Fish- 
kill, (Apr. 17, 1730) 2503-5, 
2533-34; the Consistory of Free- 
hold and Middletown, N. J., 

(Apr. 1730) ; to certain parties 
in Amsterdam, 2506-13; John 
Philip Boehm, (June 29, 1730) 
2521; the church of Schipback, 
Pa., (May 10, 1730) 2524; the 
ministers of New York, (Apr. 
21, 1730) 2528; Revs. G. Du- 
Bois, V. Antonides and H. Boel, 

(May 12, 1732) 2606-7, 2612; 
Rev. George M. Weiss, (Aug. 
12, 1732) 2631; Rev. Peter Van 
Driessen, (July 2, 1731)2548-50, 
2562, 2575: Rev. Peter Van 
Driessen to Mauritius Gromme, 

(Sept. 12, 1731) 2552-53; the 
complainants to Rev. T. J. Fre- 
linghuysen, (Sept. 18, 1731) 
2553-54, 2558 ; the Consistory of 



38 



THE UlSriVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
Navesink, to Revs. Van de Wall, 
Vos, Beels and Reitsma, (Sept. 
28, 1731) 2554-55; the united 
churches of the Raritan district, 
(Oct. 2, 1731) 2556-57; with 
a P. S., 2571; the Consistory of 
the Raritan congregation to the 
complainants, (Oct. 6, 1731) 
2558-59, 2566 ; Rev. R. Erickzon, 
(Jan. 13, 1732) 2564; the com- 
plainants to Rev. T. J. Freling- 
huysen, (Feb. 7, 1732) 2566-68; 
the Consistory of Raritan to the 
complainants, (Feb. 14, 1732) 
2568-70; the Consistory of 
Kingston to the Classis of Ams- 
terdam, (Spring 1732) 2571-73, 
2602; the Consistory of Kinder- 
hook, (Apr. 18, 1732) 2580-81; 
the Consistory of Po'keepsie 
and Fishkill, (Apr. 21, 23, 
1732) 2581-82; Rev. Gerardus 
Haeghoort, (May 1, 1732) 
2582-83, 2592, 2593; the com- 
plainants, (May 4, 1732) 2583- 
88; Rev. Cornells Van Schie to 
Messrs Van deWall, Beels, etc., 
(May 7, 1732) 2589-91, 2592, 
2594; the Consistory of Raritan 
to the complainants, (May 10, 
1732) 2594-95; Rev. Peter Van 
Boel, (May 12, 1732) 2592; the 
Consistory of Raritan, (July 17, 
1732) 2594[95; Rev. Peter Van 
Driessen to Revs. Noordbeck and 
Beels, (July 17, 1732) 2595-96; 
the church of Hackensack, 
(1732?) 2600-1; Rev. G. W. 
Mancius, (Apr. 14, 1733) 2621; 
the church of New York, (May 
3/12, 1733) 2623, 2629; the 
Consistory of Raritan — peace 
articles, (Nov. 18, 1733) 2638- 
40, 2653-54; Rev. T. J. Fre- 
Mnhuysen and his consistory, 
(Nov. 25, 1733) 2653, 2658, 2659, 
2661; Rev. T. J. Frelinghuysen, 
(July 8, 1735) 2565-68; the con- 
sistory of Schoharie, (May 12, 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 

1736) 2675; Rev. Gerard Haeg- 
hoort to the Consistory of New 
York, proposing a coetus, (Mar. 

1737) 2679; the New York con- 
sistory to Rev. G. Haeghoort, 
(Mar. 1737) 2679-80, (May 2, 
1737) 2681-82; the Consistory 
of New York, circular letter to 

all the churches proposing a 
coetus, and inviting them to a 
conference on the subject, (May 
27, 1737) 2683-84; Revs. Haeg- 
hoort, DuBois, Freeman and Van 
Santvoord, (June 6, 1737) 2685, 
2712; the convention on a coetus, 
answers of the churches, (Sept. 
7, 1737) 2686-89, 2700-1; the 
convention, to the churches, sug- 
gesting a plan for a coetus, 
(Sept. 12, 1737) 2689-90, 2726; 
Revs. DuBois, Freeman, P. Van 
Driessen, Curtenius, Van Sant- 
voord and Haeghoort, (Sept. 13, 
1737) 2690-91, 2711, 2712, 2716; 
the opponents of a coetus. Revs. 
Antonides, Boel, Mancius, Mu- 
zelius, (Sept. 19-30, 1737) 2691- 
94, 2711, 2712, 2715; Rev. G. 
Haeghoort to a minister of the 
Classis of Amsterdam, (Sept. 23, 
1737) 2695-96,2702,2712; Revs. 
DuBois, Freeman, Frelinghuysen, 
Erickzon, Curtenius, Haeghoort 
and Schuyler, an appeal in be- 
half of Staten Island, (Sept. 
1737) 2697-98, 2710; Rev. J. P. 
Boehm, (Mar. 10, 1738) 2701; 
Revs. Erickzon and Haeghoort, 
(Apr. 20, 1738) 2702-4; the 
church of Schoharie, (Apr. 1738) 
2704-5; Rev. George Michael 
Weiss, (Apr. 24, 1738) 2705-6, 
2714, 2722, 2723; the convention 
to form a coetus, draft of a con- 
stitution, (Apr. 27, 173S) 
2706-8 ; Revs. DuBois and Haeg- 
hoort in the name of the con- 
vention, (Apr. 27, 1738) 2708- 
10, 2715; Rev. G. DuBois, (Oct. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



39 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
20, 1738) 2715-17; Rev. J. P. 
Boehm, (Jan. 14, 1739) 2718; op- 
ponent of coetus, (Mar. 29, 1739) 
2719, 2723, 2724-25, 2725-29; 
Revs. Vas and Mancius, (Apr. 9, 

1739) 2720, 2722, 2724; Rev. 
G. DuBois to Jacob Glen of 
Schenectady, (Nov. 9, 1739) 
2730; Rev. P. H. Dorsius, (Mar. 
3, 1739/40) 2735-36, (Mar. 31, 

1740) 273G, 2741, (May 1, 1741) 
2754; the consistory of the 
churches in Kings county, asking 
for a minister, (Apr. 8, 1740) 
2738-40; Rev. T. J. Frelinghuy- 
sen, certificate in vindication of 
Rev. P. H. Dorsius, (Apr. 14, 
1740) 2740, 2754; the churches of 
Queens county, L. I., call on 
Rev. John Henry Goetschius, 
(Oct. 1740) 2743-45; Rev. 
Bernardus Freeman, (Apr. 23, 
1741), 2752-53, 2755, 2765; Rev. 
G. DuBois, (May 14, 1741) 
2754-57, 2765; Rev. George 
Michael Weiss, (July 14, 1741) 
2760-61, 2778; George Michael 
Weiss, (Apr. 25, 1742) 2774-75, 
2776; the Consistory of Queens 
county, asking for a conference, 
to decide as to the validity of 
the ordination of Rev. John H. 
Goetschius, (Nov. 18, 1742) 
2781, (Dec. 6, 1742) 2782-92, 
2S00-1; Revs. Boel, Muzelius 
and Mancius, (Apr. 14/25, 1743) 
2798-2800, 2811-19, 2825, 2838; 
the consistories of New York 
and Kings county on the illegal 
ordination of John H. Goet- 
schius, (Apr. 25, 1743) 2788-89, 
2801, 2826, 2838-42; the con- 
sistories of Port Jervis, Mini- 
sink and Walpack, (May 3, 
1743) 2801-3, 2836, 2839, 2843, 
2862-64; the united consistories 
of Kings county, (May 12, 
1743), 2803-5, 2823-25; the 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
Consistory of Flatbush, (May 16, 
1743), 2805; the Consistory of 
New York to Mr Schelluine, 
(May 18, 1743) 2805-8; the con- 
sistories of Queens county, favor- 
able review of the ordination 
of Rev. John H. Goetschius, 
(May 21, 1743) 2808; tlie 
churches of Queens county, in 
opposition to J. H. Goetschius, 
(May 23, 1743) 2809, 2823; the 
elders of Newtown, L. I., (June 
22, 1743) 2809-10, 2836, 2839- 
42 ; Revs. Boel and Mancius, 
(Aug. 9, 1743) 2811-19, 
2835, 2836, 2845; the Consistory 
of New Y'ork, (Dec. 15, 1743) 
2829-32, 2848; Rev. Frederick 
Muzelius, (Apr. 11/22, 1744) 
2835-36 ; Rev. John Henry Goets- 
chius, (Apr. 12, May 14, 1744) 
2842-43, 2860, 2885; the former 
CoJisistory of Queens county, 
(May 1, 1744) 2859-60; Rev. G. 
Haeghoort, (Apr. 8, 1746) 2965; 
Revs. DuBois and Ritzema, 
(Sept. 25, 1746) 3043; Rev. 
John C. Fryenmoet and the Con- 
sistory of Kingston, (Dec. 17, 

1744) 2862-64, 2902, 2903, 2909, 
2963; the Consistory of New 
York to Messrs Van Scherluyne, 
P. C. DuBois, De Wolf and 
Clarkson, (Jan. 8, 1745) 2865- 
68; Rev. John Arondeus and the 
churches of Kings countj', (July 

16, 1745) 2875-76; the com- 
mittee to Rev. John H. Goets- 
chius, (Nov. 25, 1745) 2880-81, 

(Dec. 16, 1745) 2882, (Dec. 27, 

1745) 2883-85, 2922, 2924, 
2939, 2944; Rev. John H. 
Goetschius, (Jan. 10, 1746) 
2885-93, 2908, 2924, 2939, 2944- 
46, 2948-49; the committee on 
the Goetschius case, (Jan. 13, 

1746) 2894-99, 2908; Rev. 
Anthonius Curtenius, (Mar. 15, 



40 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF KEW YORK 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
1746) 2900-2; Rev. Gerardus 
Haeghoort, (May 12, 1746) 
2903-6, 2923, 2925; Rev. R. 
Erickson, (Apr. 8, 1746) 2920- 
21, 2923, 2925; Rev. John H. 
Geetschius, (May 24, 1746) 
2948; Rev. Henry Boel, (June 
5/16, 1746) 2911-13, 2925; Rev. 
John Ritzema, (June 1746) 
2913-16, 2979-81; Revs. Du- 
Bois and Ritzema, (Dec. 19, 
1746) 2935-38; the Consistory 
of New York to the other con- 
sistories, (May 12, 1747) 2958, 
2963, 2973; six ministers, about 
the establishment of a coetus, 
(May 21, 1747) 2958-59, 2973, 
2985, 2988; Rev. G. DuBois, con- 
cerning the formation of a 
coetus, (May 1747) 2959-60, 
2973, 2981, 2987, 2998; the Con- 
sistory of New Yorlv to Rev. B. 
Meynema, (May 26, 1747) 2960- 
61; Rev. Antonius Curtenius, 
(May 26, 1747) 2961, 2984, 
2989 ; the church of Minisink, 
per Rev. J. C. Fryenmoet, (July 

18, 1747) 2962-64; Rev. Michael 
Schlatter, concerning the churches 
in Pennsylvania, (^lay 23, 1747) 
2984, 2990-91; Rev. G. Haeg- 
hoort, (Aug. 8, 1747) 2965-68, 
2996; Rev. Benjamin Van der 
Linde, (Aug. 8, 1747) 2968; 
Rev. L. DeRonde, of Surinam, 
a747 ?) 2992-93, 2995; Rev. G. 
Haeghoort, (1747) 2995; the 
first coetus, (Sept. 8, 9, 1747) 
2998-3000, 3002, ,W06, 3064: 
the second coetus, (Apr. 26, 
1748) 3006-7, 3007-11, 3064; 

Rev. L. DeRonde, of Parama- 
ribo, (Mar. 9, 1748) 3014-17; 
Rev. Theodore Frelinghuysen, of 
Albany, (July 11. 1748) 3018- 

19, 3068; Rev. George W. Man- 
cius and the Consistory of Kings- 
ton, (Aug. 24, 1747) 3019-20. 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
3069; Rev. George W. Mancius, 
(July 20, 1747) 3072; the com- 
mittee on the Goetschius case, 
(Dec. 1748) 3023-24, 30.50, 3054; 
Rev. G. DuBois, (Aug 20, 
1748) 3026-27, 3054; the third 
coetus, (Sept. 27, 1748) 3031- 
34, (Dec. 12, 1748) 3065; Rev. 
G. DuBois, (Nov. 2, 1748) 3037- 
38; Rev. G. DuBois to Abram 
Lott and John Polhemus, (Nov. 
11, 1748) 3038-39; the Consis- 
tory of Newtown, (Dec. 9, 1748) 
3039-42, 3063; Rev. John Ritz- 
ema to Abram Lott, (Dec. 16, 
1748) 3042; Rev. John Ritzema, 
(Aug. 20, 1748) 3043-44, 3060, 
3065; Rev. L. DeRonde, of Para- 
maribo, (July 19, 1748) 3044, 
(Dec. 1748) 3044-45, (Sept. 28, 
1748) 3049; Rev. G. Haeghoort, 
(Nov. 19, 1748) 3056, 3068; the 
elders at Tappan, (Nov. 8, 1748) 
3057, 3067 ; Revs. Haeghoort and 
Goetschius as a committee on 
the Muzelius case, (Nov. 8, 

1748) 3071-72; the committee of 
the coetus on the affairs in Kings 
and Queens counties, (Jan. 9, 

1749) 3050-52, 3066; Rev. John 
Ritzema to Abraham Lott, (Jan. 
28, 1749) 3053, (Feb. 2, 1749) 
3053; the Arondeus faction in 
the church of Jamaica, (Jan. 7, 
1749) 3072-73, (Jan. 10, 1749) 
3073-74; certain elders and 
magistrates of Queens county, 
(May 10, 1749) 3075-76; the 
consistories of the five churches 
in Kings county, (May 12, 1749) 
3079-80, [friends of Arondeus], 
3112, 3113; the fourth coetus, 
(Oct. 18, 1749) 3089, 3091-93, 
3114; Lawrence Hoff to Rev. 
John Ritzema, (Oct. 22, 1749) 
3093-94, 3100; Rev. Lambertus 
DeRonde of Surinam, (May 26, 
1749) 3094-95, 3110; Rev. E. T, 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



41 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
Van Hoevenberg, (Nov. 1, 1749) 
3096-97; the fifth coetus (Nov. 
7, 1749) 3098-3102, 3113, 3119- 
20; the coetus, (Dec. 27, 
1749) 3108-9; Rev. L. DeRonde, 
(Aug. 6, 1749) 3103-6, 3109; 
Revs. DuBois and Ritzema with 
acts of coetus, (Oct. 18, 1749) 
3105, 3114; Rev. L. DeRonde, 
(Dec. 10, 1749) 3109; Rev. G. 
DuBois, (Dec. 27, 1749) 3114, 
3119-20; Rev. E. T. Van Hoe- 
venberg, (Apr. ?, 1750) 3115-16, 
3119; Rev. G. W. Mancius, (Apr. 
26, 1750) 3116-18; the church 
of Kingston, (Apr. 26, 1750) 
3156, 3167, 3185; Rev. Gerardus 
Haeghoort, (July 17, 1750) 3283; 
Revs. DuBois, Ritzema and Elder 
Lefferts, (Aug. 10, 1750) 3148; 
coetus, (signed by DuBois and 
Ritzema), (Sept. 14, 1750) 3148, 
3151, 3158; churches of Kings 
county, L. I. (in name of all 
the members of the consistory), 
(Aug. 8, 1750) 3148; churches 
of Queens county, L. I., signed 
by four members of consistory in 
name of all, (Aug. 10, 1750) 
3149; Rev. John Arondeus, (Aug. 
10, 1750) 3149; Rev. Gualterus 
DuBois, (Aug. 14, 1750) 3155, 
3157; Rev. Theodore Freling- 
huysen of Albany, (May 1, 
1751) 3156-57, 3282, 3284, 3326; 
Rev. Peter DeWindt to Rev. 
Theodore Schelluyne and the 
classis, (Aug. 20, 1751) 3167-69, 
3238; the coetus, (May 7, 1750) 
3119-20, 3140; Rev. L. DeRonde 
of Paramaribo, (Jan. 17, 1750) 
3120-22; Rev. G. Haeghoort, 
(May 1, 1750) 3121-22: pro- 
posal to call Rev. L. DeRonde to 
the church of New York, (July 
1750) 3123-24, 3127; the 
churches of Kings and Queens 
counties, their resolutions on the 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
letters of the classis of April 7, 
1750, from the Arondeus faction, 
(Aug. 8, 1750) 3124-27, 3125, 
3129-31, 3143-44; Rev. G. Du- 
Bois, in behalf of the Consist- 
ories of Bergen and Staten 
Island, (Aug. 10, 1750) 3127- 
28; Revs. DuBois, Ritzema and 
Elder Abraham Lefferts, (Aug. 

10, 1750) 3128-29; the sixth 
coetus, (Sept. 11, 1750) 3132-35; 
the coetus, (Sept. 14, 1750) 
3135-36, 3137-38; the church of 
Kingston, (Dec. 10, 1750) 3144- 
46, 3160; Revs. DuBois, Ritzema 
and DeRonde, (Sept. ?, 1751) 
3169-70; Consistory of Kingston, 
per Rev. G. W. Mancius, (Oct. 

11, 1751) 3184-86, 3233, 3272, 
3275; the coetus, (Oct. 18, 1751) 
3195-96, 3233, 3237, 3264, 3290, 
3306; the church of Bergen, 
N. J., (Nov. 9, 1751) 3197, 3233, 
3238, 3264, 3276; Rev. Peter De 
Windt, (Nov. 10, 1751) 3198-99, 
3233, 3238; Rev. Jonn Ritzema, 
(Nov. 15, 1751) 3201-2, 3233-34, 
3264; the church of New Paltz, 
(Dec. 10, 1751) 3208-12, 3242, 
3271; Revs. Ritzema and De 
Ronde, (Jan. 30, 1752) 321.3-15, 
3242; the Consistory of Claver- 

ack, N. Y., (Feb. 24, 1752) 
3215-17, 3328, 3334; the church 
of Rhinebeck-on-the-Plain, (Feb. 
26, 1752) 3217, 3,302, 3327, 3334; 
Rev. John Frelinghuysen, in- 
cluding letter of Rev. John Leydt 
(Dec. 20, 1751) to Rev. John 
Frelinghuysen, (Mar. 1752) 
3221-25, .3257, 3351; the Con- 
sistory of Claverack, (Mar. 30, 
1752) 3226-27; the Coetus of 
New York, (Apr. 17, 1752) 3236, 
3282, 3306 ; Rev. Peter DeWindt, 
(Jime 13, 1752) 3246-47, 3298, 
3299, 3307; the commissioners of 
the churches of Kings county, 



42 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
L. I. — Arondeus faction, ( Jxme 
15, 1752) 3247-50, 3443; Rev. 
Theodorus Frelinghuysen of Al- 
bany, (June 25, 1752) 3251, 
3257, 3297, 3326; the classis of 
Neder Veluwe, (July 13, 1752) 
3258-61, 3413; Cornelius Klop- 
per jr, (June 17, 1752) 3278- 
80; Rev. G. M. Weiss, 3350; 
the Coetus of New York, 
(Sept. 21, 1752) 3290-92, 3372, 
3411; Rev. Theodore Freling- 
huysen, (June 25, 1752) 3294- 
95; Rev. Gerard Haeghoort, 
(Oct. 11, 1752) 3301; the com- 
mittee. Revs. Haeghoort, Goets- 
chius and Verbryck, (Dec. 6, 

1752) 3329-30, 3342, 3371; Rev. 
John Frelinghuysen, (Apr. 4, 

1753) 3351-54, 3468-70; Elders 
Simeon Van Noortwick, Abram 
Schenck, Paul Amerman, Daniel 
Duryee of Jamaica, (Feb. 3, 
1753) 3357-59, 3373, 3376, 
3386?; Rev. John Frelinghuysen, 

(June 25, 1753) 3385, 3476; 
Arondeus faction: Paul Amer- 
man, Albertus Schenck, Simeon 
Van Noortwyck, Daniel Duryee, 
as Consistory at Jamaica, (Apr. 
5, 1753) 3386-88; Rev. John 
Frelinghuysen, (Aug. 1753) 
3406-7, 3476 ; the Coetus of New 
York, (Sept. 19, 1753) 3421-22, 
3471; Rev. Theodore Freling- 
huysen of Albany, (Sept. 20, 
1753) 3422-23, 3468-70; the 
Consistories of Bergen and Staten 
Island, (Oct. 5, 1753) 3435; 
Rev. Theodore Frelinghuysen, 
(Oct. 15, 1753) 3436, 3468; the 
coetus, (Nov. 26, 1753) 3440-43, 
3471, 3473; the Arondeus faction 
in Kings coimty, (Nov. 28, 1753) 
3443-44, 3468; the church of 
Jamaica, (Dec. 1753) 3454-56, 
3573; Rev. Gerard Haeghoort, 
(Jan. 15, 1754) 3466-67, 3477; 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
Rev. John Frelinghuysen, (Apr. 
25, 1754) 3468-70; Elder Daniel 
Duryee and others, (May 21, 
1754) 3479-80, 3485-86, 3539; 
the Consistory of Lower Rhine- 
beck, (May 27, 1754) 3488; the 
coetus, per Revs. Ritzema and 
Verbryck, (Sept. 19, 1754) 3494, 
3539, 3566, 3636, 3637, 3751, 
4052; Rev. Gerardus Haeghoort, 
(Oct. 12, 1754) 3497-98; the 
Consistory of New York, (Oct. 
17, 1754) 3499-3500, 3539, 
3565, 3566, 3637, 3697, 3713, 
4015, 4050, 4056; Rev. Antonius 
Curtenius, (Nov. 5, 1754) 3518- 
19, 3532, 3565, 3570; [Rev. 
John Ritzema, (Dec. 1754) 3526- 
27, (a forgery)] 3565; the 
church of New York to certain 
gentlemen in Amsterdam, (Feb. 
17, 1755) 3530-32; Rev. An- 
tonius Curtenius of Hackensack, 
(Feb. 20, 1755) 3532-34, 3542, 
3565, 3570; the church of New 
York to certain gentlemen in 
Amsterdam, (Mar. 28, 1755) 
3536; the churches of Kings 
county, (Mar. 29, 1755) 3536- 
38, 3565, 3571; Rev. E. T. Van 
Hoevenberg, (Apr. 10, 1755) 
3539-40; the Coetus of New 
York, (May 30, 1755) 3553-54, 
3587, 3636, 3652, 3654, 3655, 
3686; Rev. Antonius Curtenius 
of Flatbush, (June 21, 1755) 
3558-60, 3565, 3579, 3614; the 
Consistory of Kingston, per Rev. 
G. W. Mancius, (June 27, 1755) 
3561-65, 3636, 3643; Rev. John 
Ritzema, about the churches in 
Queens county, (Aug. 20, 1755) 
3578-79, 3636, 3644, 3647; Rev. 
Curtenius, Ritzema, etc. (after- 
ward known as the conferentie), 
(Sept. 3, 1755) 3582-85, 3635-36 
3676; Rev. Antonius Curtenius, 
(Sept. 12, 1755) 3587-88; the 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



43 



Amffterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
opponents of an American classis, 

(Sept. 30, 1755) 3589-90, 3635- 
37, 3673; Rev. John Ritzema, 

(Oct. 13, 1755) 3605-7, 3652; 
the coetus (or Americn classis), 

(Oct. 14, 1755) 3608-10, 3652, 
3654; Rev. Theodore Freling- 
huysen, (Oct. 22, 1755) 3610-11, 
3648-49, 3652, 3655; the 
churches in Kings county under 
care of Rev. Curtenius, (Nov. 12, 

1755) 3614-16, 3652; the 
churches of Marbletown, Roch- 
ester and Wawarsing, Ulster 
county, N. Y., (Nov. 15, 1755) 
3620-21, 3652, 3655; Rev. Benja- 
min Van der Linde of Paramus, 
(Nov. 19, 1755) 3622-23, 3653; 

the Consistories of Hackensack, 
Schraalenberg and Belleville, 
(Nov. 25, 1755) 3624-33, 3653, 
3695, 3697; petition of the con- 
sistories of Hackensack and 
Schraalenberg to the classis, 
(Nov. ?, 1755 ?) 3633-35, 3652, 
3655; the church of New York, 
(Dec. 29, 1755) 3641-42; Rev. 
Theodore Frelinghuysen, ( Feb. 
20, 1756) 3648-49, 3668, 3672, 
3673; the Consistory of Kings 
county (adherents of Curtenius), 
(June 22, 1756) 3661-62, 3686, 
3688; Rev. Ulpianus Van Sin- 
derin, (June 22, 1756) 3662-65, 
3694, 3700; the Consistory of 
New York, (July 10, 1756) 
3665-67, 3686, 3694, 3713; the 
Coetus of New York, (Oct. 7, 

1756) 3674-77, 3687, 3689, 3694, 
3701, 3709, 3744-45; the oppon- 
ents of the American Classifl 
and Academy or the conferentie, 
(Nov. 9, 1756) 3678-80, 3713; 
[Rev. Johannes Ritzema to the 
Synod of North Holland, (Dec. 
6, 1756) 3684-85 (a forgery)], 
3706; Rev. John Caspar Lupp, 
(Apr. 1, 1756) 3687; the legal 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
Consistory of Hackensack, an 
earnest petition against certain 
Beceders, (Jan. 29, 1757) 3689- 
93, 3702; Rev. John H. Goets- 
chius, (Feb. 1, 1757) 3693; the 
coetus, or American Classis, per 
Revs. Leydt and Marinus, (Oct. 
4, 1757) 3708-10; Rev. John 
Ritzema, (June 16, 1758) 3713- 
15 ; the coetus or American 
Classis, (Oct. 3, 1758) 3718-20, 
3730; the opponents of the 
American Classis and Academy, 
or the conferentie, (Oct. 12, 1758) 
3720-24, 3730; a faction at Ja- 
maica — Abram Schenck, Daniel 
Duryee, Cornelius Montfoort, 
John Willemsen, Rem Remsen, 
(Mar. 6, 1759) 3726; the 
coetus or American Claasis, 
per Rev. John Leydt, (Oct. 8, 
1759) 3744-45, 3750; the con- 
ferentie, (May 7, 1760) 3754- 
58, 3792, 3798; Rev. Gerardus 
Haeghoort, (May 13, 1760) 3793- 
95; the coetus, per Revs. Erick- 
son and Leydt, (May 27, 1760) 
3795-97; the conferentie, (May 
8, 1760) 3798-99, 3801; Rev. 
John Leydt, True Liberty the 
Way to Peace, (Aug. 12, 1760), 
a pamphlet, sent to the classis, 
3762-92; the coetus, per Revs. 
Erickson and Leydt, (Oct. 8, 

1761) 3811, 3814, 3815; the con- 
ferentie, (Oct. 15, 1761, P. S.Feb. 
25, 1762) 3811-12, 3842, 3843-44, 
3846-47, 3862; Rev. Abraham 
Keteltas, (June 7, 1762) 3823- 
25, 3834, 3842, 3844, 3857, 3858 ; 
the conferentie, about the call of 
Rev. Abraham Keteltas, (Oct. 7, 

1762) 3834-36, 3843-44, 3857, 
3858 ; Queens county, L. I., [the 
four united churches of Jamaica, 
Newtown, Hempstead and Oyster 
Bay], (June 7, 1762) 3845-46, 
3857, 3858; Rev. John Ritzema 



44 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
to Eev. Winoldus Budde, (Nov. 

21, 1762) 3862; Rev. John Leydt, 
(Mar. 23, 1763) 3832-63; Rev. 

John Ritzema to Rev. W. Budde, 
(Apr. 1, 1763) 3865; the coetus, 

per Revs. Verbryck and Leydt, 
(Apr. 6, 1763) 3866; the con- 
ferentie, per Rev. John Ritzema, 
(June 8, 1763) 3871, 3888, 3895; 
the coetus [or American Classis], 
(Apr. 6. 1763) 3866; the Con- 
sistory of New York, per Rev. 
L. DeRonde, (July 20, 1763) 
3877-78; the call of the Con- 
sistory of New York upon Rev. 
Archibald Laidlie, to preach in 
English in the Dutch Church of 
New York, (July 20, 1763) 3878- 
80, 3889, 3893; the opponents of 
Rev. Archibald Laidlie, (July 

22, 1763) 3880-81, 3889, 3892, 
3898; the conferentie, (Nov. 17, 
1763) 3902-3; Rev. Lambertus 
DeRonde, (Nov. 24, 1763) 3903- 
7 ; the church of New York, 
(Mar. 8, 1764) 3914-15, 3922, 
3923; the conferentie, (June 21, 
1764) 3927-30, 3944-46, 3970, 
3972; Rev. John Ritzema, (July 
5, 1764, P. S. Sept. 7, 1764) 
3931-33, 3935, 3948-49, 3970; 
Rev. Rhinehardt Erickzon, (July 
16, 1764) 3935-39; Revs. Fryen- 
moet, Meyer and Cock, (July 
25, 1764) 3943, 3972; Rev. John 
Ritzema, (Oct. 3, 1764) 3948-49, 
3971; Rev. John C. Fryenmoet, 
(Oct. 3, 1764) 3949-51, 3973; 
Rev. Jacob Hardenbergh, (Oct. 
12, 1764) 3960-63, 3973; the 
coetus [or American Classis], 
(Oct. 3 [13 ?], 1764) 3963-67, 
3972; Rev. Lambertus DeRonde, 
(Oct. 13, 1764) 3967, 3971, 3975; 
Rev. Hermanns Meyer, (Oct. 25, 
1764) 3972, 3973; Rev. Lam- 
bertus DeRonde, (Sept. 9, 1765) 
4004-5; Rev. Lambertus De 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
Ronde to Rev. John Kalkoen, 
Sept. 9, 1765) 4005-7; Rev. John 
Ritzema, (Sept. 10, 1765) 4007-9, 
4049; the conferentie, (Oct. 22, 
1765) 4013-14, 4028, 4050; the 
elders and deacons of the church 
of New York, [not including the 
ministers], (Oct. 26, 1765) 4015- 
18, 4018, 4030, 4049, 4050, 4053, 
4056, 4082; Revs. Ritzema and 
DeRonde, (Oct. 29, 1765) 4018- 
21, 4049; the opponents of Eng- 
lish preaching, (Oct. 23, 1765) 
4029-30; Rev. Archibald Laidlie, 
(Oct. 26, 1765) 4030, 4049; Rev. 
Lambertus DeRonde, (Oct. 29, 

1765) 4031; Rev. Warmoldus 
Kuypers of CuraQoa, (Feb, 1, 

1766) 4031, 4059, 4061; Rev. 
John Ritzema, (Feb. 5, 1766) 
4036-38, 4059; the German Re- 
formed church, (Feb. 5, 1766) 
4038-39, 4049; Rev. Lambertus 
DeRonde, (July 3, 1766) 4062- 
65 ; the opponents of Rev. Herm- 
anns Meyer, (Aug. 13, 1766) 
4068 ; Rev. Hermanns Meyer, 
(Aug. 21, 1766) 4068; Cornelius 
Clopper, (Aug. 23, 1766) 4069; 
Revs. Fryenmoet, Cock and 
Rysdyck, (Dec. 22, 1766) 4076- 
77, 4100; the Kingston Conven- 
tion which tried Rev. H. Meyer, 
per Rev. Isaac Rysdyck, (Feb. 
5, 1767) 4080-81, 4100, 4109; 
thirteen members of the church 
of New York, (Feb. 18, 1767) 
4081-82, 4100, 4108; the confer- 
entie, (Oct. 7, 1767) 4102-3; 
Rev. John Michael Kern, (Dec. 
?, 1767 ?) 4115, 4117; the church 
of New York, (Oct. 7, 1767) 
4120; the coetus [or American 
Classis], (Oct. 7, 1767) 4133, 
(Apr. 12 [22], 1768) 4133; 
Rev. John Ritzema, (Mar. 21, 
1769) 4140-45, 4155, 4162, 4165, 
4169, 4205; the Consistory of 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



45 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
New York, call of Rev. John H. 
Livingston, (Mar. 29-31, 1769 )■ 
4145-46, 4164, 4194; the Con- 
sistory of New York, (Mar. 31, 

1769) 4146-47, 4164, 4194; the 
coetus [or American Classis], 
(May 5, 1769) 4153-54, 4165, 

4196; certain members of the con- 
ferentie, (May 5, 1769) 4154-55, 
4165, 4169; Rev. John Ritzema, 

(May 9, 1769) 4155-56, 4165, 
4197; the Consistory of New 
York, (May 11, 1769) 4159-^0, 
4165, 4194; Cornelius Clopper, 

(May 12, 1769) 4161, 4164; the 
Consistory of Kingston, (Oct. 10, 

1770) 4192, 4201, 4230; Rev. 
John Ritzema, (July 26, 1771) 
4205-6; the general convention 
of the Reformed churches, (Oct. 
15-18, 1771) 4210-18, 4226-27, 
4234, 4235; the Consistory of 
New York, per Rev. John H. 
Livingston, (Oct. 18 [30?], 1171) 
4227-28, 4234, 4237, 4241; Rev. 
John Ritzema, (Nov. 27, 1771) 
4229, 4240; the Consistory of 
Kingston, (Nov. 30, 1771) 4229- 
30, 4240; the second general con- 
vention, (June 16-18, 1772) 
4242-48, 4248-49, 4258, 4283; 
the church of Kingston, (Apr. 
16, 1772) 4250; the general 
meeting of New York and New 
Jersey, (Oct. 1772) 4254-55, 
4264, 4274; Rev. John Aron- 
deus, (Dec. 2, 1772) 4255-56; 
the trustees of Queens College, 
per Revs. Hardenbergh, Leydt 
and Van Harlingen, (Dec. 30, 

1772) 4256-57, 4265, 4266, 4274, 
4282 ; the general meeting of 
New York and New Jersey, 

(June 3, 1773) 4263, 4266, (Oct. 
5-8, 1773) 4267-69, (Oct. 8, 

1773) 4269-70, 4273, 4277, 4278, 
4289, (Oct. 4-7, 1774) 4281-82, 
(Apr. 1775) 4286, (Oct. 8, 1778) 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
4303-4, 4311, 4324; Rev. Jacob 
R. Hardenbergh, (Nov. 7, 1783) 
4314-15; the Synod of New York 
and New Jersey, per Rev. Dr 
John H. Livingston, (Oct. 8, 
1784) 4323-25, 4330, 4337; Rev. 
John Ritzema, minister emeritus, 
(Dec. 10, 1785) 4332-36, 4344; 
the Synod of New York and 
New Jersey, per Rev. Hermanns 
Meyer, (Apr. 11, 1786) 4338-39, 
4342; Rev. John Casparus Ru- 
bels, (Oct. 17, 1786) 4341-42, 
4344; the Synod of New York 
and New Jersey, (Oct. 26, 1786) 
4343; the Synod of New York 
and New Jersey, per Rev. E. 
Westerlo, (Oct. 5, 1787) 4345- 
46, 4347, 4348, 4359-61; the 
Synod of New York and New 
Jersey, per Rev. Dr J. H. Liv- 
ingston, (Oct. 12, 1788) 4348- 
49, 4349-50; the Synod of New 
York and New Jersey, (Oct. 6- 
10, 1789) 4351-52, 4359, (Oct. 5- 
8, 1790) 4354, 4359, (Oct. 4-8, 
1791) 4362, (May 9-12, 1792) 
4363, (Oct. 2-6, 1792) 4364; the 
Particular Synod of New York 
and New Jersey, (Oct. 1-4, 1793) 
4367, 4370, (1795) 4372-73, 
4376, 4377; the Particular 
Synod, (May 25, 1799) 4378-79, 
(1800) 4380 
Letters from the Classis of Am- 
sterdam to the American min- 
isters and churches: the Con- 
sistory of Manhattan, (Apr. 
1642) 150, 230-31; Rev. John 
Megapolensis, (Apr. 1648) 228, 
230-31; Rev. John Backerus, 
(Apr. 1649) 247, 250; Rev. John 
Megapolensis, (Apr. 1649) 249, 
251; Consistory of Manhattan, 
Apr. 4, 1650) 272; Rev. Wil- 
liam Grasmeer, (Feb. 20, 1651) 
288; church of Rensselaerwyck, 
(Feb. 20, 1651) 289; Consistory 



46 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
of Manhattan, (Feb. 20, 1651) 
293; Revs. Megapolensis and 
Drisius, (Feb. 1654) 322; the 
ministers in New Netherland, 
(Nov. 1654) 331; Consistory in 
New Netherland, (May 1656) 
348; church of New Amsterdam, 
(Dec. 15, 1656 or Feb. 15, 
1657) 370; Consistory of New 
Netherland, (May 1658) 422; 
Rev. Hermanns Blom, certi- 
ficate of ordination, (Feb. 16, 
1660) 465; Rev. Henricus Selyns, 
his call to Brooklyn, (Feb. 16^ 

1660) 466-68; consistories in New 
Netherland, (Mar. 1, 1660) 469, 
513; Rev. Henry Selyns, testi- 
monial, (Mar. 11, 1660) 472; 
Rev. Samuel Drisius, (Dec. 16, 

1661) 513; Rev. Gideon Schaats, 
(Dec. 15, 1661) 515; church of 

New York, (Sept. 10, 1670) 613; 
Rev, Guilliam Van Nieuwen-* 
huysen, (Dec. 9, 1674) 666; Revj 
Caspar Van Zuuren, (1677-78) 
705 ; the Dutch ministers in 
America, (Apr. 2, 16S0) 739; the 
churches of Long Island, (Apr. 
2, 1680) 740; Rev. Caspar Van 
Zuuren, (Apr. 1680) 742; the 
ministers of New Netherland, 
(May 1680) 753, 756; the church 
of Kingston, (June 2, 1681) 765, 
821; Rev. Gideon Schaats, (Apr. 
6, 1682) 807; the magistrates 
of Albany, (Apr. 6, 1682) 808; 
church of New York, (Apr. 6, 
1682) 809; church of Kingston, 
(Apr. 6, 1682) 810; the classes 
of the corresponding synods, 
(May 12, 1682) 812-13; the 
the classis of Wyk, (July 2, 
1682) 814-15; the magistrates 
of Albany, (July 23, 1682) 816- 
17; the church of Albany, (July 
23, 1682) 817; Rev. Godfrey 
Dellius, (Nov. 11, 1682) 841; 
church of New Castle, Del., 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
(July 1683) 849; Rev. Henry 
Selyns, (Jan. 29, 1648) 893; 
Rev. Godfrey Dellius, (Oct. 24, 

1684) 885; Rev. Caspar Van 
Zuuren, (Oct. 24, 1684) 887; 
Rev. Godfrey Dellius, (May 7, 

1685) 899, 913; Rev. Henry 
Selyns, (Nov. 13, 1687) 947, 
957; Rev. Rudolphus Varick, 

(Nov. 13, 1687) 948, (Apr. 
1688) 955, 969; Rev. Henry 
Selyns, (Aug. 22, 1689) 974; 
Rev. Rudolphus Varick, (Aug. 
22, 1689) 976; Revs. Selyns, 
Varick and Dellius, (Apr. 20, 
1693) 1054-57, 1061; the con- 
sistories in New Netherland, 
(Apr. 20, 1693) 1057, 1061; 
the consistories of the province, 
especially that of New York, 
(Apr. 11/22, 1693) 1059-60, 
1061; church of Kingston, 
(about Apr. 1695) 1115-16; 
Rev. Henry Selyns, (June 10, 
1697) 1182-84; Rev. Godfrey 
Dellius, (1698-99) 1290-92; Rev. 
Henry Selyns, (Apr. 23, 1699) 
1294-96; Consistory of New 
York, (May 1699) 1304-5; Con- 
sistory of Albany, (Mar. 1700) 
1341-45, 1475; churches of New 
York, Long Island and Esopus, 
(Mar. 29, 1700) 1348-49, 1363, 
1366, 1428 ; Rev. Godfrey Dellius, 
(Oct. 5, 1700) 1391; church of 
New York, (Dec. 6, 1700) 1428- 
29, 1463 ; Governor Bellomont, in 
answer to his charges against 
Dellius, (Dec. 29, 1700) 1430-36, 
1463; the Dutch ministers in 
New York, (July 18, 1701) 
1469-71; Rev. John Peter Nu- 
cella, (July 18, 1701) 1471-72; 
Rev. John Lydius, (July 18, 
1701) 1472-73; the Consistory 
at Albany, (July 18, 1701) 
1474-75; Rev. Gualterus Du- 
Bois, (Oct. 6, 1704) 1577-78; 



ECCLESIASTIC All RECORDS 



47 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
the churches of Kings county, 
Brooklyn, etc., (Oct. 6, 1704) 
1579-81; the Consistory of 
Kingston, (Oct. 6, 1704) 1581- 
82, 1586; the church of Kings- 
ton, (May 6, 1705) 1586-87; 
[letters captured by the enemy 
on the sea, 1733, 1755] ; Rev. 
Bernardus Freeman, (Feb. 4, 
1709) 1715-16, 1722-23, 1734, 
1757 ; Rev. Gualterus DuBois, 
(Feb. 4, 1709) 1716-17, 1723, 
1734, 1755-60, 1858; Rev. Vin- 
centius Antonides, (Feb. 4, 
1709) 1718-20, 1723, 1734, 1757, 
1758; the consistories of Kings 
county, (Mar. 1709) 1755, 1762; 
the ministers of New Netherland, 
(July 1710) 1849, 1853, 1856-58, 
1887; Rev. Bernardus Freeman, 
(July 1710) 1859-60, 1889; the 
Consistory of Albany, (Jan. 9, 
1711) 1875-76, 1877; the Con- 
sistory of Kingston, (Jan. 9, 
1711) 1876-77; Revs. Antonides 
and DuBois, (Sept. 30, 1711) 
1887-89, 1973, 1994; Rev. Ber- 
nardus Freeman, (Sept. 30, 1711) 
1889-90, 1955-58; Rev. Peter 
Vas, (Dec. 22, 1711) 1897-98, 
2048-50, (Jan. 24, 1714) 2013- 
14 ; the Consistory of Rev. 
Antonides, (Mar. 14, 1714) 
2029-32, 2088; Rev. Bernardus 
Freeman, (Mar. 14, 1714) 2033- 
34; Rev. Gualterus DuBois, 
(Mar. 14, 1714) 2011-12, 2035- 
37, 2040, 2088-91; the Con- 
sistory of Rev. Freeman, (Mar. 
14, 1714) 2037-39; Rev. Theo- 
dore J. Frelinghuysen, (June 
1726) 2244-92, 2343, 2344, 2351- 
56, 2381-88, 2416-20; Rev. 
Henricus Boel, (June 1726) 
2343, 2356-57; Messrs DuMont, 
WyckoflF, Vroom and Sebring, 
(Oct. 7, 1726) 2364-65; Revs. 
DuBois, Antonides, Boel and Vas, 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
(Dec. 1, 1726) 2366-71; Rev. B. 
Freeman, (Dec. 1, 1726) 2371- 
72 ; Rev. Cornells Van Santvoord, 
(Dec. 1, 1726) 2372-74, 2393-95; 
Rev. T. J. Frelinghuysen, (June 
28, 1728) 2416-20; the complain- 
ants at Raritan, (June 28, 1728) 
2420-24; the German churches 
in Pennsylvania, (Nov. 28, 
1728) 2441-42, 2443; the minis- 
ters at New York, (Dec. 1, 1728) 
2443-44, 2468 2528-32; the 
brethren in Pennsylvania, (June 
20, 1729) 2468-71; Rev. Johan 
Philip Boehm, (June 20, 1729) 
2471-73, 2528-29; the ministers 
at New York, (June 20, 1729) 
2473-74; Rev. John Philip 
Boehm, (Dec. 5, 1730) 2521-23; 
the overseers of three German 
churches in Pennsylvania, (Dec. 
5, 1730) 2523-24; the church ot 
Schipback, Pa., (Dec. 5, 1730' 
2524-28; the ministers of New 
York, (Dec. 1730) 2528-32, 
2559-60; the consistories ot 
Pokeepsie and Fishkill, (Deo. 

1730) 2533-34; the Consistor\ 
of Raritan, (May 7, 1731) 2538- 
40, 2556-57 ; the complainants 
against Frelinghuysen, (May 7, 

1731) 2540-44, 2583-89; the 
seceded consistories of Harlingen, 
Old Raritan, Readington and 
Three Mile Run, (May 7, 1731) 
2544-45, 2583; the consistories 
of Pokeepsie and Fishkill from 
certain ministers in Amsterdam, 

(June 7, 1731) 2546-47; the 
ministers in New York, (Oct. 
19, 1731) 2559-60; Rev. George 
M. Weiss of Pennsylvania, (Oct. 
19, 1731) 2560-61; Rev. Peter 
Van Driessen, (Apr. 8, 1732) 
2576-77, 2595; Rev. Gerard 
Ilaeghoort, (July 1732) 2593; 
Rev. Cornelia Van Schie, (July 

1732) 2594; the Consistory of 



48 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
Harlingen, (July 25, 1732) 
2599; Rev. T. J. Frelinghuysen, 
(Oct. 19, 1732) 2609-10, 2652, 
2654, 2661 ; Eevs. Vas and Erick- 
son, (Dec. 1, 1732) 2610-11; 
Rev. Peter Van Driessen, (Dec. 
1, 1732) 2611-12; the ministers 
of New York, (Dec. 1732) 
2612-13, (Oct. 5, 1733) 2629-31, 
2663-64; Rev. George M. Weiss, 
(Oct. 5, 1733) 2631; Rev. George 
W. Mancius, (Oct. 5, 1733) 
2632; Rev. T. J. Frelinghuysen, 
(Oct. 4, 1734) 2659-60, 2666; 
the complainants, (Oct. 4, 
1734) 2660-61; the ministers at 
New York, (Jan. 11, 1735) 2663- 
64; the Consistory of Scho- 
harie, (Oct. 1, 1736) 2675, 2702, 
2704; Rev. George M. Weiss, 
(Oct. 1, 1736) 2676; the Consis- 
tory at Raritan, (Jan. 8, 1737) 
2678-79; the friends of the 
coetus, (June 9, 1738) 2712, 
2715, 2726; the opponents of a 
coetus, (June 9, 1738) 2713; 
Rev. G. DuBois, (June 15, 1738) 
2713; Revs. DuBois, Freeman, 
T. J. Frelinghuysen, Erickzon, 
Curtenius, Haeghoort and 

Schuyler, (Aug. 20, 1739) 2723- 
24 ; the Consistory of Kingston, 
(Aug. 21, 1739) 2724; Revs. 
Antonides, etc., (Nov. 1739) 
2731-32, 2811; Rev. P. H. Dor- 
sius, (Aug. 20, 1739) 2732-33, 
2741; Rev. G. DuBois, (Aug. 20, 
1739) 2752, 2754-57, (P. S. 
Oct. 8, 1739) 2755; Rev. John 
Philip Boehm, (1739) 2733- 
34, 2743; Rev. George M. Weiss, 
(1739) 2734-35; Rev. John 
Philip Boehm, (Apr. 1, 1740) 
2737, 2743; the church of 
Flatbush, etc. [Kings county, 
L. I.] (Sept. 9, 1741) 2765-66; 
the Consistory of New York, 
(Apr. 9, 1743) 2797; Rev. 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
George Weiss, (June 18, 1743) 
2809; Revs. Boel, Muzelius and 
Mancius, (Oct. 29, 1743) 2825- 
26, 2845 ; the committee on the 
Goetschius case, (Oct. 29, 1743) 
2826-28; the Consistory of 
Minisink and Mahakemack 
[Port Jervis], (May 1744) 
2843, 2845, 2862; certain indi- 
viduals at Newtown, L. I., (May 
1744) 2844, 2845; Revs. Boel 
and Mancius, (June 1, 1744) 
2845-47; Rev. C. L. Schnorr, 
(June 1, 1744) 2850-51; Revs. 
DuBois, Antonides and Arondeus, 
and the consistories of New York 
and Long Island, (Nov. 20, 1744) 
2858-59, 2885, 2899; the former 
Consistory of Queens County, 
(Nov. 20, 1744) 2859-60; Rev. 
John H. Goetschius, (Nov. 20, 

1744) 2360-61; Rev. Benjamin 
Meynema, by Rev. Theodore Van 
Schelluyne, etc., (Apr. 1.3, 1745) 
2869-70, 2872-73, (June 25, 

1745) 2872-73; the Consistory 
of New York, (Mar. 4, 1746) 
2899-2900; Rev. John C. Fryen- 
moet, (June 6, 1746) 2909-11, 
2963; Rev. G. Haeghoort, (Oct. 
3, 1746) 2925-26, 2965; Revs. 
DuBois and Kitzema, (Nov. 1, 

1746) 2935, 2956; Rev. John 
Ritzema, (Jan. 9, 1747) 2941- 
42; the Consistory of New York, 

(Jan. 9, 1747) 2942-43, 3002; 
the committee on the Goetschius 
case, (Jan. 9, 1747) 2939-40, 
2944-46, 3023-24; the churches 
in Queens county, (Jan. 9, 1747) 
2947-48, 3039; Rev. John H. 
Goetschius, (Jan. 9, 1747) 2948- 
49; Revs. DuBois and Ritzema, 
(Apr. 11, 1747) 2956-57, 3002, 
3043; Rev. Frederick Muzelius, 
(Oct. 2, 1747) 2985-86, 2987; 
Rev. G. DuBois, (Oct. 2, 1747) 
2987-88; Revs. DuBois, Ritzema, 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



4d 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
Curtenius, J. Frelinghuysen and 
U. Van Sinderin, (Oct. 2, 1747) 
2088-89, 3027; Rev. Antonius 
Curtenius, (Oct. 2, 1747) 2989- 
90; Rev. Michael Schlatter, 
(Nov. 28, 1747) 2990-91; Rev. 
G. Haeghoort, (Apr. 1, 1748) 
2996-97; Rev. L. De Ronde, of 
Surinam, S. A. (Apr. 14, 1749) 
3058; the Consistory of Mini- 
sink, (May 5, 1749) 3060; Rev. 
John Ritzema, (May 5, 1747) 
3000-61, 3071; Rev. John Aron- 
deus, (May 5, 1749) 3061; Rev. 
Henry Boel, (May 5, 1749) 
3061-62, 3071; Rev. Frederick 
Muzelius, (May 5, 1749) 3062, 
3071; the church of Newtown, 
(May 5, 1749) 3063, 3071; the 
church of Tappan, (^lay 5, 
1749) 3063; the Coetus of New 
York, (May 5, 1749) 3064-67, 
3071; Rev. Theodore Freling- 
huysen, (May 5, 1749) 3068, 
3071; Rev. G. Haeghoort, (May 
.5, 1749) 3008-69, 3071; Rev. G 
DuBois, (May 5, 1749) 3069, 
3071; the Consistory of Kings- 
ton and Rev. G. W. Mancius, 
(May 5, 1749) 3069-70; the 
church of Belleville, (May 5, 
1749) 3070, 3071; the Coetus 
of Pennsylvania, (June 1749) 
3071; Rev. J. P. Boehm, (June 
1749) 3071, 3081-82; Rev. L. Dc- 
Ronde, (Apr. 7, 1750) 3110; 
three members of the church of 
Jamaica, (Apr. 7, 1750) 3111- 
12; the consistories of the five 
churclies in Kings county, (Apr. 
7, 1750) 3112-13; the Coetus of 
New York, (Apr. 7, 1750), 311.3- 
14; Revs. DuBois and Ritzema, 
(Apr. 7, 1750) 3114-15, 3128; 
the church of Kingston, (Apr. 
26, 1750) 3144; Rev. G. Haeg- 
hoort, (Oct. 5, 1750) 3139; the 
Coetus of New York, (Oct. 5. 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 

1750) 3140-41; the Coetus ol 
New York, (Mar. 2, 1751) 3151- 
52; Rev. John Arondeus, (Mar. 
2, 1751) 3152-55; the Coetus of 
Surinam, (Apr. 1751) 3155; the 
Coetus of New York, (May 3, 

1751) 3158-59 3195, 3237; 
the church of Kingston, (May 3, 

1751) 3160-61, 3184-80, 3203. 
3275; the coetus (July 17, 

1752) 3162; Rev. E. T. Van 
Hoevenberg, (Sept. 6, 1751) 
3171; the coetus, (Oct. 4, 1751) 
3181-82, 3290-92, (Nov. 23, 

1751) 3203-5, 3212, 3237, 3264- 
71, 3276; the consistories of 
Bergen and Staten Island, (Nov. 
23, 1751) 3205-7, 3212, 3237; 
Rev. Jolm Ritzema, (Apr. 10, 

1752) 3233-34; the Classis of 
Neder Veluwe, (Apr. 18, 1752) 
3237-39, 3258-61; Rev. G. M. 
Weiss, (Apr. 18, 1752) 3239, 
3241 ; Revs. Ritzema and De 

Ronde, (May 1, 1752) 3242; Rev. 
John Frelinghuysen, (July 3, 
1752) 3257, 3351-54; the Coetus 
of New York, (July 17, 1752) 
3264-71, 3306-14, 3375, 3413, 
3421 ; the Consistory of New 
Paltz, (July 17, 1752) 3271-74; 
the Rev. G. W. Mancius and the 
Consistory of Kingston, (July 
17, 1752) .3275-76, 364.3^4; the 
churches of Bergen and Staten 
Island, (July 17, 1752) 3276-78 
3298-99; Rev. Gerard Haeghoort, 
(Sept. 4, 1752) 3283, 3371-72, 
3472; Rev. Theodore Freling- 
huysen, (Sept. 4, 1752) 3284, 
3326; the consistories of Bergen 
and Staten Island, (Oct. 2, 
1752) 3298-99; Rev. Peter De 
Windt, (Oct. 2, 1752) 3299- 
3300, 3307; the Coetus of New 
York, (Dec. 5, 1752) 3300-13, 
3374, 3375, 3413, 3421, 3443, 
3472; Rev. John Arondeus, (Dec. 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
5, 1752) 3314-16; Rev. Ulpianus 
Van Sinderin, (Dec. 5, 1752) 
3316-18; the friends of Aron- 
deuB, (Dec. 5, 1752) 3319-22; 
the friends of Van Sinderin, 
(Dec. 5, 1752) 3322-25; Rev. 
Theodore Frelinghuysen, (Dec. 

5, 1752) 3326; the Consistory of 
Rhinebeck, (Dec. 5, 1752) 3327, 
3488; the Consistory of Claver- 
ack, (Dec. 5, 1752) 3328-29; the 
High Dutch churches in Penn- 
sylvania, (Apr. 2, 1753) 3342- 
44; Rev. Michael Schlatter of 
Pennsylvania, (Apr. 2, 1753) 
3344-47; Rev. Gerard Haeg- 
hoort, (Apr. 2, 1753) 3348-49, 
3375; Rev. G. M. Weiss, (Apr. 
2, 1753) 3350; the consistories of 
Germantown and Philadelphia, 

(May 7, 1753) 3370; Rev. Ger- 
ard Haeghoort, (May 7, 1753) 
3371-72, 3466; the Coetus of New 
York, (May 7, 1753) 3372-75, 
3411, 3421, 3461; the brethren 
in Queens county, (May 7, 1753) 
3376-77, 3413, 3418; the depu- 
, ties of the synods of South and 
North Holland, (May 7, 1753) 
3377-81; the consistories of 
Jamaica and Oyster Bay, con- 
ditions of call of Rev. Thomas 
Romeyn, (Sept. 3, 1753) 3410- 
11; the coetus, (Sept. 3, 1753) 
3409, 3411-12, 3461, 3468, 3491, 
3494; Peter DeWindt, (Oct. 1, 
1753) 3433-34; the coetus, (Jan. 
8, 1754) 3461, 3491, 3494, (May 

6, 1754) 3471-73, 3491, 3494, 
3527; certain brethren in 
Kings county — John Lot, 
Philip Nagel, Jacob Remsen, 
Rutgers Van Brunt, Daniel 
Rodert, (May 6, 1754) 3473-74; 
certain brethren in Queens 
county — Simeon Noordwyck, 
Paulus Amerman, Abraham 
Schenck, Daniel Duryee, of 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
Jamaica, (May 6, 1754) 3474- 
75; certain other brethren in 
Queens coimty — Teunis Coevert, 
Elbert Hogeland, Joost Durye, 
Rentiaan Van Shaut, Jeremias 
Rapalje, of Jamaica, recognized 
as the lawful consistory, (May 
6, 1754) 3475-76, 3569; Rev. 
John Frelinghuysen, (May 6, 
1754) 3476-77; Rev. Gerard 
Haeghoort, (May 6, 1754) 3477- 
78, 3497; the Consistory of 
Lower Rhinebeck, (Sept. 2,1754) 
3488; the Coetus of New York, 
(Jan. 14, 1755) 3527-28, 3601; 
the Consistory of New York, 
(July 21, 1755) 3566-67, 3697, 
4018, 4050; Rev. John Ritzema, 
(July 21, 1755) 3567-68; the 
illegal consistory in Queens 
county, (the Arondeus faction), 
(July 21, 1755) 3569; Rev. A. 
Curtenius, (July 21, 1755) 
3570 ; the illegal consistory in 
Kings county, (the Arondeus 
faction), (July 21, 1755) 3571, 
3688; Rev. Thomas Romeyn, 
(July 21, 1755) 3572; the 
(legal) Consistory of Queens 
county, (July 21, 1755), 3573; 
Rev. Ulpianus Van Sinderin, 
(Oct. 6, 1755) 3595-97, 3662, 
3688; the Coetus of New York, 
(Dec. 9, 1755) 3636-41, 3674, 
3697, 3850, 3876; Rev. G. W. 
Mancius, (Jan. 13, 1756) 3643- 
44 ; Rev. Ritzema and the Con- 
sistory of New York, (Jan. 13, 
1756) 3644-47, 3665; Revs. 
Erickzon, Goetschius, Theodore 
Frelinghuysen, etc., calling them- 
selves the regular Coetus, (Apr. 
5, 1756) 3656-60, 3691, 3709, 
3876; Rev. Theodore Freling- 
huysen, (Sept. 8, 1756) 3673-74; 
Rev. John Casper Lupp, (Jan. 
11, 1757) 3688; the brethren in 
Kings county, John Lott, R. Van 



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51 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
Brunt, etc., (Jan. 11, 1757) 
3688; the Eevs. Erickzon 
and Leydt, (Jan. 11, 1757) 3689; 
the Consistory of New York, 

(Apr. 4, 1757) 3694-99; those 
constituting the rightful Coetus, 

(Apr. 4, 1757) 3699; Rev. 
UlpianuB Van Sinderin, (May 2, 
1757) 3700-1; Revs. Verbryck 
and Vrooman, (May 2, 1757) 
3701 ; the churches of Hacken- 
sack and Schraalenberg, (June 

6, 1757) 3702; the regular 
Coetus, (Mar. 14, 1758) 3712- 
13, 3744, 3765; the Consistory 
of New York and to those who 
call themselves the coetus, (May 

7, 1759) 3730-31, 3754; all the 
consistories in the province of 
New York, (May 7, 1759) 3731- 
32, 3754, 3762, 3764-65, 3798; 
the Consistory of New York, 
(Dec. 12, 1759) 3747-48, 3765; 

the deputies of the synods of 
North and South Holland, (May 
5, 1760) 3751-52; the consis- 
tories of the province of New 
York, (Jan. 13, 1761) 3801-2, 
3814, 3815, 3843, 3846, 3851, 
3853, 3876; the Consistory of 
New York City, (Jan. 13, 1761) 
3802-3 ; the Coetus of New York, 
(April 5, 1762) 3815; the con- 
ferentie [Revs. Mancius, Ritz- 
ema, DeRonde, Schuyler, Fryen- 
moet, Van der Linde, Van Sind- 
erin, Rosenkrantz and Rubel], 
(Jan. 11, 1763) 3846-51, 3871, 
3902, 3927, 3963, 3973; the 
coetus [or American Classis], 
(Jan. 11, 1763) 3851-53, 3991; 
Rev. Abraham Keteltaa, (Mar. 
18, 1763) 3857, 3902; Revs. 
Ritzema, De Ronde, Van Sind- 
erin and Rubel, (Mar. 18, 1763) 
3858-59 ; the congregations of 
Queens county, (Mar. 18, 1763) 
3859; the Consistory of New 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
York, plan for the induction of 
an English-speaking minister, 
(May 6, 1763) 3859-61; Rev. 
William Jackson, (Apr. 11, 
1763) 3868-69, 3879; Rev. R, 
Wildrick of Ciu-aQoa, (May 2, 
1763) 3870-71; the Consistory 
of New York, (May 6, 1763) 
3873; the coetus [or American 
Classis], (Oct. 3, 1763) 3893- 

95, 3960, 3963, 3991; the con- 
ferentie, (Oct. 3, 1763) 3895- 
97, 3920, 3927, 3973; Rev. John 
Ritzema, (Oct. 3, 1763) 3897- 
98; the opponents of Rev. Archi- 
bald Laidlie, (Oct. 3, 1763) 
3898-99; the conferentie, (Apr. 
2, 1764) 3920; Rev. Lambertus 
DeRonde, (June 4, 1764) 3923, 
3967; the Consistory of New 
Y^ork, (June 4, 1764) 3923; the 
conferentie, (Feb. 4, 1765) 3972- 
74, 4004; Rev. Archibald Laid- 
lie, (Feb. 4, 1765) 3974-75, 
4030; Rev. L. DeRonde, (Feb. 4, 
1765) 3975, 4004, 4062; the so- 
called coetus [or American 
Classis], (June 3, 1765) 3991- 

96, 4008, 4011, 4049; Rev. John 
Ritzema, (May 23, 1765) 4011; 
the conferentie, (Apr. 7, 1766) 
4049-53; Rev. Archibald Laidlie, 
(Apr. 7, 1766) 4053-56; certain 
members of the Consistory of 
New York city, (Apr. 7, 1766) 
4056-58, 4081, 4086; Rev. War- 
moldus Kuypers, (June 2, 1766) 
4061; Rev. Isaac Rysdyck, (Oct. 
6, 1766) 4070, 4080; the con- 
ferentie, (Apr. 6, 1767) 4086- 
87, 4101, 4102; Rev. Warmoldus 
Kuypers, (Apr. 3, 1768) 4087; 
the Consistory of CuraQoa, (Sept. 
1707) 4100; the members of the 
Consistory of New York, (Nov. 
28, 1767) 4108; Revs. Fryen- 
moet, Kok and Rysdyck, (Nov. 
28, 1767) 4109; the Convention 



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Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of {continued) 
of Kingston, (Mov. 28, 1767) 
4109-10; the Chartered [Mis- 
sionary] Society for Surinam, 
(Mar. 25, 1768) 4112-13; Rev. 
John Michael Kern, (Apr. 11, 
1768) 4117; the members who 
call themselves " The Confer- 
entie," (June 6, 1768) 4126, 
4140; the coetus [or American 
Classis], (June 6, 1768) 4133, 
4153; the Coetus of New York, 
(Oct. 3, 1768) 4133-35, 4153; 
the Conferentie of New York, 
(Oct. .3, 1768) 4135, 4140, 4154; 
the conferentie, (Apr. 3, 1769) 
4147; the coetus [or American 
Classis], to the Conferentie, 
and to the Consistory of New 
York, (Sept. 4, 1769) 4169, (Jan. 
9, 1770) 4175, 4195, 4196; Mr 
Cornelius Klopper, (Jan. 9, 
1770) 4175, 4197; the Consistory 
of New York, (Jan. 8, 1771) 
4194-95, 4205, 4227; the coetus 
[or American Classis] of New 
York, (Jan. 8, 1771) 4196-97, 
4200, 4226; the conferentie, 
(Jan. 8, 1771) 4197-98, 4200, 
4226; the Consistory of Kings- 
ton, (July 21, 1771) 4204, 4230; 
the general convention of New 
York, ratifying the Articles of 
Union, (Jan. 14, 1772) 4235-36, 
4248, 4258; the Consistory of 
New York, (Jan. 14, 1772) 
4237-38, 4240; the general con- 
vention of New York, (June 1, 
1772) 4241, 4254; the assembly 
of Dutch Reformed churches in 
New York and New Jersey, (Jan. 
12, 1773) 4258-59, (Apr. H, 
1774) 4274-75, (Dec. 18, 1773) 
4281; the general meeting of 
Dutch Reformed churches in New 
York and New Jersey, (June 15, 
1774) 4278-79, (Oct. 12, 1775) 
4289 ; the ecclesiastical assembly 
of New York and New Jersey. 



Amsterdam, Classis of, correspond- 
ence of (continued) 
(July 21, 1783) 4311, 4321, 4325, 
4330, 4338, (Jan. 10, 1786), 
4337, 4341, 4342; the Rev. 
church assembly of New York 
and New Jersey, (Apr. 2, 1787) 
4342, 4344, 4345, 4347 
Amsterdam, English Presbyterian 
church of, (1043) 178; gives ex- 
cellent credentials to Domine 
Drisius, (1652) 305; its pastor. 
Rev. David Thompson, secured 
large sums in England for the 
benefit of the German churches in 
Pennsylvania, (1753) 3405, (1703) 
3859, 4147, 4189 
Amsterdam, Montgomery county, 

N. Y., 1245, 4383, 4389 
Amsterdam in New Netherland, see 

New Amsterdam 
Amwell (Amwyl), N. J., wants a 
pastor, (1761) 3808-9; Rev. C. P. 
Stapel ordained and sent, 3809, 
3828, 3882-83, 3919-20, 4038; 
Dallicker settled at, (1769) 4167 
Amy, Mr, 1837 

Anabaptists (Mennonites), 300, 318, 
552, 709, 880, 1893, 2015, 2114; a 
meetinghouse in New York (1715- 
20) 2187, 2429, 2820, 2888, 3354, 
3427, 3904, 4159 
Ancram (Ancrum), Scotland, 331, 

530 
Anderissen, Dirk, 1526 
Anderson, Alexander, 4276 
Anderson, George, 2329, 2478 
Anderson, Rev. James, first settled 
Presbyterian pastor in New York 
City, (1717) 1672, 2173-75, 4047 
Anderson, James S. M., gives an ac- 
count of Indian missions in New 
York, (1701-9) 1443 
Anderson, Rev. Jedediah, 878-79 
Anderson, William, (1699) 1312, 

1322, 1326, (1714) 2026 
Andiatorocte lake (Lake George), 214 
Andresen, Claes, 673 
Andrews, Rev. Jedediah, 1671, 2519, 
2684 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



53 



Andrews, Rev. William, Anglican 
missionary to the Mohawks, (1712) 
1968-69, 1972, 1993 

Andrews, Rev. William, first Angli- 
can pastor at Schenectady, (1762- 
73) 3S13, 4174 

Andrews. See also Andros 

Andrichomus, Christian, 155 

Andries (Anderiesse), Barent, 3662, 
3733 

Andries, Gertruy, 501 

Andries, Samuel, 497, 499 

Andriesse, Luycas, 643 

Andriessen, Andries, 2329 

Andriessen, Cornells, 128 

Andriessen, Juriaen, 308 

Andriessen, Lourens, 632 

Andriesto%\-n, Canada, 4383, 4390 

Andros (Andross, Andrews), Sir Ed- 
mund, governor of New York, 
(1674-83), commission and instruc- 
tions, 648; arrival, 720; his ad- 
ministration, 663-802, 1592; com- 
mittee to welcome him, 663; gives 
a pass to Rev. Arensius to go to 
Albany to officiate as Lutheran 
pastor, 663 ; confirms all previously 
existing rights, 663-64; certain 
parties petition him for 4000 
acres at the Falls of the Delaware, 
(1674, not 1672 as printed) 627; 
Lutherans of New York petition 
him concerning noncontributors, 
664 ; inhabitants of Hempstead 
petition him for a minister, 665 ; 
the Dutch burghers of New York 
object to the form of the oath, 
609-72; the Lutherans of New 
Castle petition him to ratify their 
grant of land and confirm to them 
their ministers, Laers and Fabri- 
tius, (1675) 672-73; Rev. Fab- 
ritius cited before the governor for 
riotous conduct, otlier objections 
to him, is suspended, 074-77; must 
not be too severe on the Dutch 
burghers who objected to form of 
the oath, 677; Domine Van Nieu- 
wenhuysen summoned before the 
governor in reference to his oppo- 
sition to the claims of Rev. Nicho- 



Andros (Andross, Andrews, Sir Ed- 
mund (continued) 
las Van Rensselaer, (1675) 678- 
82, 684-86; inhabitants of Esopus 
petition the governor for a min- 
ister, would like Tesschenmacher, 
(1676) 683-84; inhabitants of 
Huntington, L. I, petition the 
governor to prevent Quakers from 
disturbing them in their worship, 
and to regulate church rates, 691- 
92, 708; petition of the three 
villages of Kingston, Hurley and 
Marbletown to be permitted to 
call a minister, granted, 697-99; 
allusions, 700-1 ; proposals from 
the East and North Ridings of 
Long Island for the general sup- 
port of ministers and schoolmas- 
ters, 705; report on religion in the 
colonies, (1678) 708-9; the gov- 
ernor visits England, and returns 
with Chaplain WoUey, 720; is in- 
formed of a Quaker meeting at 
Hempstead, 723; the governor re- 
quests and authorizes any three 
of the ministers of the province to 
examine and ordain Tesschenma- 
cher as minister at New Castle, 
724-26, 730-32, 734, 737; orders 
the overseers at Brooklyn to 
assist in building a parsonage at 
Flatbush, 737; the church of 
Esopus informs the governor that 
thoy intend to call a minister from 
Europe, 748, 784 ; he approves 
their call, 750, 784; recalled, 779, 
returns as governor of New Eng- 
land, New York and New Jersey, 
commission and instructions, 
(1688) 954-55, 999; is informed 
of the Revolution in New York by 
Van Cortlandt, Bayard and others, 
(1089) 967-08, 981, 995-97; his 
own account of his administration 
and deposition by the people of 
Boston, 999-1000; allusions, 846, 
9.35, 944, 956, 958, 902, 909, 970, 
972, 974, 976-79, 982-84, 98.5-89, 
089-90, 1060, 1248, 1283, 1290, 
1421, 1572, 3209 



54 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Andross, Lauwerens, 664 

Anglican chapel in the fort, the 
Dutch abandon their old church- 
building in the fort to the sole use 
of the Anglican chaplain [Rev. 
John Miller, 1692-95], committee 
appointed to report on rebuilding, 
(1693) 1074; the old Dutch church 
in the fort, destroyed; Governor 
Fletcher asks for an appropriation 
to build an Anglican chapel in its 
place, (Dec. 1693) 1090-91; the 
king also orders the erection of 
such a chapel, appropriation again 
asked for it, (Oct. 1694) 1091; 
Assembly evades the matter, the 
contractor petitions for his money, 
(Mar. 1695) 1113; Assembly is 
again asked for an appropriation, 
refused, (1696) 1135; allusion to, 
(1699) 1311; referred to, as if an 
organized church, by Selyns, 
(1696) 1172, (1708) 1705; such 
view opposed by Vesey, (1712) 
1914, 1918, 2016-19; burning of 
the fort and chapel, (1741) 2751, 
2757-59, 2763-64 [chapel not re- 
built] 

Anglican chaplains* in New York, 
names unknown, (1664-78) 2016; 
allusion to such chaplains, (Apr. 
1678) 709, 1311; Rev. Charles 
WoUey, (Aug. 1678-80) 711, 720, 
743, 744; no chaplain, (1681) 779; 
Rev. John Gordon, (16S3-84) 867, 
877; [Governor Dongan's Catholic 
chaplains, 877] ; Rev. Josias 
Clarke, (1684-86) 877, 880, 893; 
Rev. Alexander Innes, (1686) 877, 
915, 1508; Rev. John Miller, 
(1692-95) 1037, 1097, 11326; Rev. 
Symon Smith, (1696-1700) 1175, 
1334, 1393-94, 1440; Rev. Ed- 
mund Mott, (1696-1704) 1444, 
1668-69; Rev. John Peter Brisac, 
(1701) 1444, 1669; Rev. John 



Anglican chaplains in New York 
{continued) 
Sharpe, (1704-17) 1444, 1583, 
1669, 1807, 1809, 1895, 1921; Rev. 
Robert Jenney, (1717-22) 2215; 
Rev. James Orem, (1724) 2215 

Anglican chaplains outside of New 
York, Rev. James Honeyman, 
(1704) 1557-58; Rev. Robert 
Jenney, in Royal Navy, (1710-14), 
in Philadelphia, (1714-15), in 
New York, (1717-22) 2215 

Anglican church, in general, see 
Anglican chaplains, allusion to, 30, 
conditions under which an Angli- 
can minister may officiate in a 
Dutch church, (1675) 680-81, 
685; no Anglican church yet in 
New England, New York or New 
Jersey, (1678) 709c ; an Angli- 
can chaplain may reside in Penn- 
sylvania if twenty inhabitants so 
desire, (1681) 759; attempt to 
establish the Anglican church in 
four counties of New York, by a 
ministry bill, (1693), see Minis- 
terial maintenance bill; Trinity 
Church, efforts to extend, (1683) 
849 ; only a chaplain for the troops 
in New York, (1684) 879, see 
Hepburne ; royal instructions as 
to religion, (1686) 915; commis- 
sioners appointed to prepare such 
instructions, (1686) 926; instruc- 
tions to Sloughter, (1689) 991; 
Anglican services in Boston, 999, 
2882; in Philadelphia, 2882; in- 
structions to Fletcher, (1692) 
1033-34; Selyns's allusion to 
Anglican services in New York, 

(1696) 1172, see Vesey, Rev. Wil- 
liam; instructions to Bellomont, 

(1697) 1213; review, 1311-13; in 
New Jersey, 1321, 1438; allusions, 
754, 779, 783, 986-87, 981, 1054, 
1170, 1222, 1225, 1346, 1441-42; 



a These chaplains sometimes itinerated to distant places — 'Boston and Philadelphia, 
b For warrant to pay a chaplain in New York for two foot companies, (1690) 992. 
c The one church of England alluded to in this report, refers ''only to the Anglican chaDia 
Rev. Charle* Wolley. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECOEDS 



55 



Anglican church (continued) 

founding in London, of the Society 
for the Propagation of the Gospel 
in Foreign Parts, (1701) 1468; pe- 
tition from Eastchester, N. Y. for 
an Anglican church, (1701) 1486; 
Anglican churches established at 
Jamaica, L. I., Burlington and 
Elizabethtown, N. J.; convention 
of Anglican ministers, their names, 
(1702) 1507-9; attempt to estab- 
lish an Anglican church in Kings- 
ton, N. Y., (1704) 1478, see Hep- 
bume ; the Anglican church on Long 
Island, (1704) 1557, (1705) 1585- 
90; Neau's attempt to form a 
ministerial society in New York 
of the Anglican, Dutch and French 
ministers, (1704) 1559-60; general 
accoimt of the Anglican and other 
churches in New York, by counties, 
(1704) 1551-55; Colonel Heath- 
cote suggests four quarterly 
meetings for the Anglicans, (1704) 
1560; opposition to the Anglican 
church in Westchester county and 
on Long Island, (1705) 1587-89; 
Cornbury's general review of ec- 
clesiastical aflfairs, (1705) 1591- 
93; Colonel Heathcote's general re- 
view of Anglican affairs, (1705) 
1609-15; an Anglican church at 
Stratford, Ct., (1706) 1635; oppo- 
sition to, in Pennsylvania, ( 1707 ) 
1683; in Westchester county and 
on Long Island, (1707) 1690; ob- 
servations of the Bishop of London 
regarding a Suffragan for America, 

(1707) 1690-91; an Anglican 
church at Rye, N. Y., continued op- 
position in Westchester county, 

(1708) 1695-97; Trinity church 
loans money to build a church at 
Stratford, Ct., (1708) 1698; the 
state of the church, (1708) 1704; 
attempt to found an Anglican 
church among the Dutch at Har- 
lem, (1709) 1743, see Beys; the 
French church at New Rochelle 
conforms, (1709) 1750-51; rebuilds 



Anglican church {coiitinued) 

1864; receives a charter, (1711) 
1891; Trinity Church informs the 
Archbishop of Canterbury that 
only three counties will receive an 
Anglican minister, (1709) 1768; 
Anglican ministers write to the 
bishop of London in behalf of two 
ministerial widows, (1709) 1809; 
an Anglican minister to be sought 
to accompany the Palatines to 
America, (1709) 1811, 1871; John 
Frederick Haegar ordained in Eng- 
land for this purpose, (1709) 
1816-17 ; Kector Barclay's account 
of the Anglican church in America, 
(1710) 1866-68; induction of Rev. 
Thomas Bridge at Rye, (1710) 
1870; memorial of the clergy to the 
Bishop of London relating to af- 
fairs at Jamaica, L. I., (Nov. 
1711) 1892-96; correspondence of 
Colonels Heathcote and Morris 
with the Society for Propagating 
the Faith, concerning the condi- 
tion and necessities of the Angli- 
can church in New York and New 
Jersey, (1712) 1899-1915; the pre- 
carious foundation of the Angli- 
can church on the ministry bill of 
1693, (1712) 1920; representations 
of Rev. Jacob Henderson as to the 
Anglican church, called to account 
therefor, (1712) 1951, (1713) 
1991-92; only four Anglican 
ministers in New Jersey, (1712) 
1950; right of appeal of an Angli- 
can church allowed, to a higher 
court or to the Crown, although 
the amount be small, (1712-13) 
1963-64, 1971, 1991; state of the 
church described by the friends of 
Governor Hunter, (1714) 2014-19; 
not greatly advanced in America, 
(1721) Z186; the Anglican church 
succeeds to the glebe lands of the 
Lutherans, at Newburgh, (1751) 
3171-73, 3218-20; William Liv- 
ingston appeals to the Anglican 
church as well as the other 



56 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW TOEK 



Anglican church (continued) 

churches, against a sectarian col- 
lege, (1753) 3366-67; Livings- 
ton's arguments that the church 
of England was never established 
in New York, (1753) 3427-32; op- 
position to the Anglican church in 
connection with the founding of 
Kings College, (1754, 1755) 3457, 
3481, 3612; church of Jamaica pe- 
titions for a charter, (1761) 3805- 
6; building a parsonage at New 
Rochelle, 3810; church at Schenec- 
tady, 3813; Eev. Dr Samuel John- 
son describes condition of Anglican 
church, (1702) 3810-17; reply of 
Archbishop Seeker, 3833-34; John- 
son to Seeker, (Jan. 1763) 3841; 
Eev. Samuel Scabury to S. P. G., 
(Mar. 1703) 3803; Segker to John- 
son, 3804-05; Johnson to Seeker, 
(Aug. 1703) 3887-88; Seeker to 
Johnson, (Sept. 1703) 3889-90; 
Sir William Johnson to the Lords 
of Trade, (Nov. 1703) 3901-2; 
Rev. Johnson to Seeker, necessity 
of bishops, (Dec. 1763) 3909-10, 
see "St Paul's Church"; Sir 
William Johnson to the Lords of 
Trade; need of American bishops, 
(Jan. 1764) 3912; Rev. Samuel 
Seabury to S. P. G., (Mar. 1764) 
3917, see "Kings College"; Sea- 
bury to S. P. G., (Oct. 1704) 
3952; again, (June 1765) 3997; 
church of Schenectady desires a 
charter, (Dec. 1765) 4026; Sea- 
bury to S. P. G., (Apr. 1766) 
4058 ; review of efforts for an 
episcopate in America, 4083-84; 
complaints of the S. P. G., rights 
of the Anglican church, (1767) 
4090-92; Sir William Johnson to 
the Earl of Shelburne, Bishops in 
America, (Dec. 1767) 4110; Hon. 
William Livingston on bishops in 
America, (Mar. 1768) 4113-14; 
reply to Livingston by Rev. 
Samuel Cooper, (Apr. 1768) 4115- 
16; church of Albany petitions for 



Anglican church (continued) 

a charter, (May 1768) 4118; 
church of Newburgh petitions for 
a charter, (Nov. 1769) 4172, 4183; 
efforts to repeal the ministry act, 
or to secure other unsectarian 
legislation, (1770) 4170-79, 4193, 
4199; inefficiency of the ministry 
act, lawsuits, (1770) 4180-81; 
Rev. Myles Cooper, 4186-88; Sir 
William Johnson and the Indians, 
(1770) 4187-88; lawsuits, (1771) 
4231-34; condition of the Angli- 
can church in New York at the 
opening of the Revolution, (1776) 
4289-90; during the Revolution, 
(1776-83) 4290-4300; Protestant 
Episcopal churches after the Revo- 
lution, conventions, election of 
bi.shops, (1784) 4325-27; allusions, 
3813, 3908, 3911-12, 3969-70, 4077- 
78, 4095, 4098-99, 4137-38, 4100, 
4173-74, 4185-87; article 85, 4226 

Anglican churches, 3936, (1776) 
4289-90 

Anglican controversy, (1762) 3833- 
34, 3841 

Anglican liturgy, not to be allowed in 
the Dutch churches, (1665) 575; 
fears concerning, 596; translated 
into Dutch, German and French, 
see Common prayer 

Anglican ministers loyal to England, 
(1776) 4292 

Anglican services, permitted in the 
Dutch church in the fort, being 
conducted by the Anglican chap- 
lains, (1664-93) 829; description 
of an Anglican service in the fort 
by the Labadist travelers, (1679) 
711; services permitted in the 
Dutch church in Garden street 
during the completion of Trinity 
Church, (1696-97) 1172 

Angola, Africa, 162, 182, 229 

Ann street, New York, Christ Church, 
the second Episcopal church in the 
city, founded, 490 

/jinastogus, 1009 

Anne, daughter of James II, 1013 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



57 



Aune, Queen, proclaimed in New 
York, (1702) 1492; prohibits the 
giving of presents to governors or 
other civil officials, (1703) 1521; 
allows £20 for passage, to all mis- 
sionaries going to the plantations, 
(1704) 155C; gives the "Queen's 
Farm and Garden ", in Manhattan, 
to Trinity Church, (Nov. 20, 1705) 
1517-18; the deed, 1507-98; allu- 
sions, 1780, 1785; her coronation 
day celebrated, (170G) IGIS; sends 
the Palatines to New York, (1709) 
2168-69; her great charity to the 
Palatines, 1796, 1814, 1821, 1825, 
1832-41, 2168-69, 3171; defrays 
the expense of chaplains in the In- 
dian country (1711) 1891; orders 
the law suits, pending against 
Trinity Church, to stop, (1714) 
2041-42, 3429; allusion, 1947 

Anneke Jans (Annetje Jans, Mrs 
Everardus Bogardus), marries 
Rev. Everardus Bogardus, (1637?) 
84, 216; her extensive possessions, 
216-18, 1517; her children, 217, 
218, 237-38; death of her second 
husband, (1647) 216, 217, 228, 
229, 231, 232, 237, 243, 246, 247, 
260, 1517; her removal to Albany, 
(1648?) 237, 1517; her poverty, 
237, 238, 243, 246, 579; her death, 
(1663) 217; confirmation of her 
property to her heirs, (1667) 
218 ; its sale to Governor Lovelace, 
(1670) 218, 1517; confiscated to 
the Duke of York, (1674) 668, 
669, 1180, 1517; becomes the 
property of the Crown, (1685) 
1517; is leased to various parties, 
(1685-97) 1496; is leased by Gov- 
ernor Fletcher to Trinity Church 
for seven years, (1697) 1516-18, 
1704; lease annulled, (1699) 1496; 
lease renewed, (1702) 1496; the 
property given to Trinity Church 
by Queen Anne, (1705) 218, 1517- 
18; first lawsuit, concerning, 
(1738) 2713-14 



Annesbury (Annsburg), Dutchess 
county, N. Y., 1890, 2062-63, 2093 

Anseuvain Zachary, 1864 

Anslaer (Anselaar), Rev. Gulielmus, 
975, 977 

Antego, see Antigua, W. I. 

Antes, Rev. Frederick, 2437, 2482, 
2487 

Antliology of New Netherland, 827, 
865, 1006, 1041 

Anthonides, Rev., a minister in 
Holland, (1644) 183 

Anthonides. See also Antonides 

Antliony (Antoni), Allard, 355, 361, 
557, 563-64, 586, 621, 640 

Anthony, Rev. Bernhardus, 660 
("Anthony" is evidently a mistake 
for Arensius, which see) 

Anthony, John, 4074 

Anthony, Nicholas, 4262 

Anti-Catholicism, letter of Megapo- 
lensis to Father LeMoyne,a (1658) 
427; the test act, (1691) 1012-13; 
act against Romish priests, (1700) 
1368-70; allusions, (1701-1800) 
1449-52, see Leisler 

Anti-Leislerians, (1689-91) 963-68, 
971-73, 977, 982-84, 995-98, 1041- 
44, 1048-53, 1441 

Antigua (Antego), W. I., 1703 

Antill, Edward, 801 

Antinomians, 3904-5 

Anti-Roman legislation, (1700) 
1013 

Anti-Sabbatarians, 880 

Antonides (Anthonides), Rev. Vin- 
centius, called to the churches of 
Kings county, L. I., (1704) 1577- 
78, 1580; receives instructions 
from classis, 1588; departure for 
field of labor, 1594; his passage 
money, 1620, 1999; arrival; for- 
bidden by Cornbury to preach 
without a civil license, (Jan. 1, 
1706) 1642, 1646; petitions Corn- 
bury to be allowed, 1621 ; finds 
Freeman occupying his field, 1622; 
consistory of Antonides makes 
written offers of peace to the Free- 



a ^An edition of n hundred copies of this elaborate letter, in Latin and English, was published 
by the Collegiate Church in 1907. It makes an octavo pamphlet of twenty-two pages. 



58 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Antonides (Anthonides), Rev. Vin- 
centius {continued) 
man party, (Jan. 28, 1706) 1622, 
1647-50; his three congregations 
protest against an illegal election 
of a new consistory at New 
Utrecht by Freeman's party, 
(Feb. 15, 1706) 1625-30; An- 
tonides and DuBois suggest the 
propriety of a fraternal meeting 
of all the ministers once a year, 
1655; finally allowed by the gov- 
ernor to officiate, (June 1706) 
1667; is ordered by Cornbury to 
give up the church books to Free- 
man, (Jan. 3, 1706) 1608, [this 
passage misplaced in printed 
volume] ; legal opinion as to the 
illegality of Cornbury's order, 
1679; complains to classis of 
Freeman's conduct, (1707) 1681; 
informs classis that matters are 
improving slightly, (1707) 1697; 
allusions, 1607, 1615-16, 1618, 
1625, 1630, 1636, 1638, 1657, 1662, 
1699; his elders petition Governor 
Lovelace for protection from the 
intrusions of Freeman into their 
churches, and ask for a committee 
of investigation, (Jan. 21, 1709) 
1713; committee appointed, 1714; 
classis rebukes Freeman, and ex- 
horts him to cease troubling An- 
tonides, (Feb. 4, 1709) 1715-16; 
classis iirges DuBois to effect a re- 
conciliation between Antonides and 
Freeman, 1716-17; classis writes 
to Antonides, justifying him in 
his position, complains of Corn- 
bury's acts against the liberties of 
the Dutch church, requests An- 
tonides and his adherents to be 
conciliatory, refers to the remote- 
ness of an American Classis, 1718- 
20; Freeman's party proposes 
terms of peace, wants all his claims 
to be acknowledged, and a new 
consistory from elements of each 
party elected, 1721; the friends of 
Antonides demand regularity in 



Antonides (Anthonides), Rev. Vin- 
centius (continued) 
all ecclesiastical proceedings, that 
civil licenses be condemned, that 
all parties subscribe to the regular 
church order, 1722-23; certain 
letters tampered with, 1723; An- 
tonides and DuBois write to classis, 
reviewing all the circumstances, the 
peaceable disposition of Antonides, 
the committee of investigation, the 
propositions of the two sides for 
peace, (June 21, 1709) 1755-60; 
Freeman also writes to classis, giv- 
ing his version of affairs, (June 
28, 1709) 1762-G7; allusions in 
classis to this correspondence, 1794- 
95, 1797. The elders of Antonides 
petition Governor Ingoldsby to 
direct the committee of investi- 
gation formerly appointed, (1713- 
14) to report, (Sept, 8, 1709) 
1797-98; so ordered, 1798; the 
elders of Freeman petition 
for an order restraining An- 
tonides from appointing elders 
and deacons at Jamaica, (Sept. 
19, 1709) 1798; the commit- 
tee of investigation present a ma- 
jority report, declaring that An- 
tonides is the regularly appointed 
minister in Kings county, (Sept. 
15, 1709) 1799; complaint of Free- 
man's elders that Antonides had 
installed elders and deacons at 
Jamaica, contrary to the governor's 
orders, (Oct. 6, 1709) 1800-1; 
minority report of the committee 
of investigation, charging irregu- 
larities in the call of Antonides, 
and asserting that Freeman was the 
regular minister by a civil license, 
(Oct. 6, 1709) 1802-3; the ma- 
jority report accepted and the 
minority report rejected, (Oct. 20, 
1709) 1805 ; the elders of Antonides 
petition that Antonides be de- 
clared the only legal minister 
in Kings county, (Oct. 22, 1709) 
1806; the elders of Freeman peti- 



ECCT^ESIASTICAIi EECORDS 



59 



Antonides (Anthonides), ReT. Vin- 
ceiitius {continued) 
tion that the governor finally de- 
clare officially his decision in the 
matter, (Oct. 27, 1709) 1806; the 
governor orders that Freeman and 
Antonides shall alternate in preach- 
ing in all the churches of Kings 
coimty, and shall share equally in 
the salary, and upon refusal to 
comply with his order shall be dis- 
missed, (Oct. 27, 1709) 1807; An- 
tonides, the regularly installed 
ecclesiastical minister, refused to 
comply with this arbitrary order 
of the governor, (Nov. 11, 1709) 
1808-9; further allusions to the 
difficulties, 1842, 184&-47, 1854, 
1857, 1866, 1873-75; Antonids's 
consistory petitions for a charter, 
(1711) 1885-86; caveat against, 
1887; petition granted, [but char- 
ter not secured], 1887; further ref- 
erences to the difficulties between 
Antonides and Freeman, 1889-90, 
1903, 1928, 1929, 1935-49, 1955- 
60; Antonides's consistories write 
a letter to the classis reviewing all 
the circumstances, (Jan. 28, 1713) 
1973-90; abstract of, 1994-97; ap- 
parent peace with Freeman, (1713) 
1999-2012; classis writes to these 
consistories, urging peace, (Mar. 
14, 1714) 2029-34, 2035-37; An- 
tonides is called to Kingston, de- 
clines the call, 2056; allusions, 
2036, 2038, 2040-41; Antonides 
informs classis (July 23, 1714) 
that peace was established on New 
Year's Day, 2064-67 ; also writes to 
Rev. John Vander Hagen to same 
effect, 2067-68; Antonides and 
Freeman write a joint letter to 
classis of their reconciliation, 
(Feb. 11, 1715) 2083-86; allusions, 
2312, 2319-20, 2327, 2335, 2353, 
2362: letter to, from classis, (1726) 
2356, 2402, 2416, 2426, 2438-39, 
2461, 2479, 2483, 2485-87, 2506, 
2559, 2589, 2606-7, 2655, 2692-94, 



Antonides (Anthonides), Rev. Vin- 
centius (continued) 
2696, 2710, 2712, 2729; classis ex- 
horts him to support the coetus, 
(1739) 2731; allusions, 2736, 2739- 
40, 2745, 2756-57, 2782-83, 2788- 
90, 2801, 2803, 2805, 2824, 2825, 
2826, 2842, 2858, 2860-61; died, 
(1744) 2875; allusions, 2883, 2885, 
2897, 3126, 3130, 3145, 3185 

Antonideus, Rev. Hermannus, 88 

Antonisen, Cornells, 366 

Antwerp, 155, 936, 1293, 1336, 1343- 
45, 1348, 1389, 1395, 1422, 1429, 
1435 

Aorage, an Indian village in northern 
New York, 1583 

Aoulhoff, Rev., see Houthoff, Rev. 
Cornells 

Apianus, Petrus, 168. 

Aplin, Mr, 3890, 3909 

Appollonius, Guileilmus, 185-86. 

Appeals, (1771) 4215; of the Dutch 
churches to the crown, in behalf 
of their liberties, (1706) 1660; An- 
glican churches allowed to appeal 
their cases to the governor or to 
the crown, irrespective of small 
amounts involved, (1712-13) 1963, 
1971, 1990 

Appel (Apple), Anthony, 4240, 4242 

Appel, William, 2376 

Appeldoorn, Rev., 3333 

Appleton, Mrs, 3399 

Appoqueminy (Dover), Pa., Rev. 
Jacob Henderson sent to, by 
S. P. G., (1712) 1908 

Apthorpe, Rev. East, Anglican at 
Cambridge, Mass., (1759-65) 3734, 
3745, 3864, 3887, 3890, 3909 

Aquackononck (Passaic), N. J., 
(1693); allusions, 1063, 1072, 
1107, 1438, see Bertholf, G. ; desires 
another pastor, (1724) 2215; Hen- 
ricus Coens called and ordained, 
(1725) 2331, 2359, 2967; John Van 
Driessen accepted as pastor, (1735) 
2696, 2966-67, 2995, 2997, 3003, 
3052, 3089; will not unite with 
Belleville, 3092, 3114, 3136, 3140- 



60 



THE UNIVEESITY OP THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Aquackononck (Passaic), N. J, 
(continued) 
41; desires Marinus, (1751) 3164, 
3230; Marinus examined and or- 
dained, (1752) 3288-89, 3301, 3336, 
3371, 3373, 3547, 3613, 3G26, 3690, 
3866, 3874, 4085, 4211, 4243, 4246, 
(1784) 4318, 4383, (1800) 4391 

Aqueendero, an Indian chief, 1377 

Arabian gold, 1125 

Arbo, John, 4137 

Archangel, Russia, regulations for 
Dutch ministers going thither, 
(1636) 100-3, 2537, 3868 

Archdeaneries, 1082 

Archer, B., 3715 

Archer, John, an English judge, 
(1661) 509 

Archer, John, of Westchester, 889, 
1111 

Archer, John, jr, 1111, (1753) 
3448, 3452-53, 3804 

Archives of Holland, France and Eng- 
land to be searched for historical 
material relating to New York, 
(1841) 5-13; ecclesiastical archives 
to be also searched, 13, 14; addi- 
tional researches, (1897-98) 14-30 

Archives of the Classis of Amsterdam, 
18-24; of the Synod of North Hol- 
land, 24, 31<» 

Archives of the General Synod of the 
Reformed Church in America, 22, 
73 

Archives of the General Synod of the 
Reformed Church of Holland, lo- 
cated at 100 Java straat, the 
Hague, Holland, 26-28 

Archives, Royal, at the Hague, 209, 
565 

Archives (Kerkhistorisch archief), 
of Moll and Kist, 68 

Arensius (Arieses), Rev. Bernardus, 
Lutheran, (1674) 660 [Anthony, 
in this place, a clerical error for 
Arensius] ; permitted to go to Al- 
bany to prench, C63; in New York, 
(1678) 720,829,879,884 



Arents, Frederick, 557 

Arents, Rynier, 1624 

Aria, an Indian, 2634 

Ariens, Weyntie, 6841 

Arisses, see Arensius 

Arlington, Earl of, 897 

Armbrustes, John C, 4280 

Arminians, 70, 72, 3519, 3649, 3672- 
73, 3904, 4200 

Arminius, Rev. Jacobus, 71 

Arms, bearing, 3332 

Arms of the king, in Trinity Church, 
taken down by the Americans, 
(1776) 4297 

Army, Mr, 1729 

Arnaem, Rev. John, 707 

Arnhem, [Jonkheer Gerrit van], 127 

Arnold, Jonathan, 2389 

Arnout, Mr, 904 

Arondeus, Rev. John, examined and 
ordained for the churches of Kings 
county, L. I., (Sept. 1741) 2765- 
66; captured by pirates, returned 
to Holland, (Jan. 1742) 2768, 
2773, 2775; a new call sent from 
Kings county to him, (July 

1742) 2777; on his field, (May 

1743) 2804; allusions, 2782-84, 
2788-90, 2797, 2799, 2802-5, 2824, 
2826, 2858, 2860-61, 2875-76, 2883, 
2885-86, 2891-94, 2897, 2899, 2944; 
proposals of reconciliation between 
him and Van Sinderin, (Aug. 
1748) 3020-22; complaints from 
the congregations of Kings county 
against him, refuses to acknowl- 
edge the coetus, the cliarges 
against him, 3028-33, 3039, 3050- 
52; the classis admonishes him, 
3061, 3066; letters to classis from 
his friends, 3072-76, 3079-80, 
3092, 3099, 3102, 3108-9; admo- 
nitions of the classis to his friends, 
3112-13, 3119; document of the 
Arondeus faction, (Apr. 1750) 
3124-27, 3129-31; action of the 
coetus on the case, 3132-34, 3135- 
36; he is suspended, 3137-38; hia 



a Printed sets of eight volumes of the minutes of the Northern Synods of Hol- 
land, 1566-1620, may be seen in the library of the Collegiate Church of New York, 
Fifth avenue and 48th street, and in the Sage Library at New Brunswick, N. J. 



ECCLESIASTICAX, KECOEDS 



61 



Arondeus, Rev. John (continued) 
partial reply, 3143-44; his sus- 
pension ratified by the classis, 
(1751) 3148-55, 3158, 3174-79; 
submits to the decision, 3178; op- 
position to his being recalled, 
(1751) 3187; his defense, 3188; 
his confession not satisfactory, 
3189-95, 3202, 3213-15; allusions, 
3221-25, 3229-31; again cited be- 
fore the coetus, (1752) 3235-37, 
3242, 3244; his friends write to 
classis, (June 1752) 3247-50; 
allusions, 3257, 3267, 3278-80, 
3288, 3291-92, 3296-97; final 
classical report reviewing the case, 
with letters, (1752) 3307-25; 
allusions, 3331, 3351-52, 3357-58, 
3373-74, 3389, 3414-27, 3436-37 
3441, 3443-44, 3454-56, 3461-64, 
3466, 3469, 3471-75, 3479, 3485- 
87, 3489-91, 3522, 3536-37, 3540, 
3550, 3559, 3565, 3569, 3571; he 
appears in classis with certificates 
of dismission, rejected by classis, 
3479-80, 3489-94, 3606, 3609, 3617 ; 
allusions, 3061, 3663-64, 3673- 
76, 3S18; returns to America, 
(1772) but all pulpits closed to 
him, 4253, 4255-56, 4262 
Arquenfeld, Baroness of, 1822 
Arras (Erras), an Indian, 2634 
Arriaga, Roderic de, 155 
Arsenius, Professor, 3795 
Arthur (Aarthur), Benjamin, 2121 
Articles of peace between coetus and 
conferentie, (1771-72) 4237, 4258 
Articles of peace, proposed by the 
collegiate consistory to the Dutch 
party, (1766) 4071-73 
Articles of surrender, (1664) 557- 

59, 1127 
Articles of union, (1771) 4210-18, 
4235-36, 4248, 4258, (1784) 4321, 
4307 ( ?), see Union, plan of 
Artsen, Jacob, 1006 
Aruba, W. I., 209, 210 
Arundel of Wardour [Henry Arun- 
del 3d] Lord, 925, 043 
Asarus, an Indian, 2634 



Ascension Day, 2499, 2510, 2739, 

2804, 2824 
Asfordbie, William, 684 
Ashfield, R., 1134 
Ashley, Benjamin, 3401, 3404 
Ashurst, Sir William, 1394 
Ashwell, Mary, 509 
Ashwell, William, 508-9 
Aske, Benjamin, 1181, 1322 
Aspinwall, Captain John, 3057, 

(1761) 3804, 3863, 4232 
Assemblies, ecclesiastical, (1771) 4221 
Assembly, Civil, in New Jersey, 
troublesome to manage, (1713) 
1992 
Assembly, Civil (or General), of 
New York, allowed, passes " Char- 
ter of Liberties," (1683) 864-65, 
1592, 1658; veto of Assembly and 
of the " Charter of Liberties," 
(1685), 894-96, 915-17, 1592; re- 
storation of the Assembly, (1691) 
1592-93; session prorogued by 
Governor Fletcher, (1693) 1076; 
requests Domine DuBois to recom- 
mend a Dutch chaplain for the 
Dutch troops going to Canada, 
(1709) 1760, 1770; denies the 
right of the Council to amend 
money bills, (1712) 1966-67,1997; 
dissolved by Governor Hunter, 
(1713) 1993, 1997, 2000; anew As- 
sembly called by the governor, 
2000, 2006. See also "Acts" of 
the Assembly 
Assendelft, Holland, 33 
Assessments, in Collegiate Church, 
(1696) 1155; in Trinity Church, 
1155-56 
Assisagigroone, an Indian tribe, 1379 
Assistant ministers {second mmis- 
ters), in the Collegiate Church, 

(1696) 1152-53; in the Dutch 
church of Albany, no inequality, 

(1720) 2105 
Assistant rectors in Trinity Church, 

(1697) 1155-56 

Associate Reformed church of Salem, 
N. Y., 4228 



62 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Asstetten, Kev., see Stetten, Rev. 

Jodocus k 
Abut, M., 1410 

Asylum (Asile, Azile), 257, 266, 267, 
284, 286; the French at New 
Rochelle petition Governor Flet- 
cher for such a place, (1696) 1177 
Atharhactono, the Indian name of 

Esopus, (1657) 398 
Atheists, 335 

Attainder, act of, reversed, 1246 

Attorney, power of, 1190, 2498, 2509; 

given by churches to parties in 

Holland to call pastors for them, 

2581, 2583 

Attorney general of New York, 2225- 

27 
Atwood, William, chief justice, 1441- 
42; presides at trial of Bayard and 
Hutchins, condemns them to death, 
is suspended by Governor Corn- 
bury, (1702) 1497-1500; suspen- 
sion confirmed, 1527, 1591 
Auchmuty, Rev. Dr Samuel, 3887, 
4092, 4173, 4231, (1776) 4295, 
4300 
Auckema, Rev. Casparus, 1287, 1292, 

1345 
Augsburg, confession of, 1602. See 

also Lutherans 
Augsburg (Augsburgh), Germany, 

2931 
Austin Friars, Dutch church of, 
London, England, 116, 117; gives 
credentials to Rev. Nicholas Van 
Rensselaer, 623; corresponds with 
Collegiate Church of New York, 
1082, 1209, 1240, 1243, 1264-74, 
1279, 1300 
Austria, House of, 1782, 1789, 1829 
Avenhorn, Holland, 723 
Avery, Dr, English correspondent of 
the dissenters in America, (1759) 
3728, 4137 
Axtell, Mr, 4292 
Azile ( Asile ) , see Asylum 
Azores, The, 1396 



Baasen, Petrus, 4192 

Baccarach, Palatine, (1702) 1602-3 

Ba Chan [Bachan, Bashan], Jean, 
2237 

Bachio, Lodem, a Polish nobleman, 
459 

Bachwayt (Bachwaik), Dutchess 
county, N. Y., 3084, 3095 

Backer, Mr, brother in law of Stuy- 
vesant, (1656) 363 

Backer, Mr, of New York, (1749) 
3097 

Backer, Claes Janss., 557 

Backer, Hendrick W., 642 

Backer, Jacob, 557 

Backer, Rev. John, in Holland, 
(1625) 40 

Backer, Reynier Willemse, 643 

[Backerus], Adrian Cornelisse, 226 

Backerus (Backer, Bakker, Bacherus, 
Backerius), Rev. John Cornelissen, 
willing to go as a comforter of the 
sick to the East Indies, (1640) 
136; examination, 136-37, 140; is 
invited to go to Curagoa, 141; in- 
forms the classis that Megapolen- 
sis is willing to go to the colonial 
churches, 141-42; to be ordained, 
142; presented to the directors of 
the West India Company, 142, 156 ; 
delayed in sailing, the company 
presents him $100, 162; his ordi- 
nation and instructions, (1642) 
163; writes from Curacoa about 
baptizing the children of heathen, 
(1644) 186; his brother asks 
classis for his dismissal, (1647) 
226-27 ; arrives in Manhattan with 
Stuyvesant, 226; is induced to 
supply New Amsterdam after the 
death of Bogardus, 216, 217, 229, 
231-32; urges classis to send over 
another minister to allow him to 
return to Holland, 232-37, 239, 
242, 243-44, 246; is formally re- 
leased from his engagement in 
Curagoa, 246; Consistory of New 



a This Is the correct spelling, which is perfectly plain In the original letter, now 
In the archives of General Synod In the Sage Library, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Nevertheless. Brodhead, probably through iome clerical error, gives It as Atkar- 
kartonj and this has been copied by others. See Brodhead's Hist. N. Y. 1 :536. 



ECCLESIASTICAL, RECORDS 



63 



Backerus (Backer, Bakker, Bacherus, 
Backerius), Rev. John Cornelis- 
sen (conti7iued) 
Amsterdam consents that he may 
be dismissed from them, 247 ; 
classis consents, 250, 260 ; Stny- 
vesant forbids him to read any 
paper in the pulpit concerning the 
government, 252; requests Stuyves- 
ant and his Council for his dis- 
missal, granted, 253 ; departs for 
Holland, 254, 262, 280; appears 
in classis, (Nov. 1649) 263, 27S; 
joins with the complainants 
against Stuyvesant, 269 ; joins the 
classis of Alkmaar, (Apr. 1650) 
271; makes a statement before the 
Synod of North Holland, and asks 
to be assisted to a settlement, 277, 
279 ; goes to the East Indies, 
(Aug. 1651) 297-300, 311 

Badeau, Elias, 1751 

Baden, Germany, House of, 1602 

Badius, Rev. [Otto], in (1648) 238 

Bagley, Timothy, 2134, 2141 

Bagsantara, an Indian, 1094 

Bahia, Brazil, 41 

Bailey, Arthur, 1788 

Bailey, William, 4353 

Baisic (Westerlo), N. Y., 4382 

Baker, Captain, 1371 

Baker, Nathaniel, 871-72 

Bakers, Samuel, 2596 

Bakes, Rev. John Claessen, 126 

Bakker, Mr, (1747) 2994 

Bakker, Rev. J., minister at Amster- 
dam, (1728) 2420, 2424, 2471, 
2473-74; died, (1743) 2797, 2809 

Baldwin, Richard, 1125 

Baley, Samuel, 1851, 1871 

Ball (Baldwin), Adam, 1394 

Bellereau, James, 2237 

Baltimore, [Cecil Calvert 2d] Lord, 
453 

Baltimore, Md., 4272 

Baly, Mr, 365 

Bancker, Adrian, (1740) 2101; treas- 
urer of revenues of Manor of Ford- 
ham, (1748) 3025, 3747, (1761) 
3806, 3878, 3900, 4046, 4080, 4093, 
4096, 4100, 4171 



Bancker, Adrian, jr, (1757-59) 2101, 
3837, 4074 

Bancker, Charles, ex-deacon, (1727) 
2390, 3287 

Bancker, Christopher (ChristoflFel or 
Christian) deacon, (1722-24) 
1446, (1723-29) 1447, (1732-34) 
1447; elder, (1735-37) 1448, 
(1741-43) 2747, (1746-48) 2748, 
(1750-52) 2748, (1756-58) 2749, 
(1760-62) 2749; other references, 
2100, 2378, 2440, (John) 2448, 
2477, 2489, 2575, 2677, 2679, 2722, 
2781, 2783, 2784, 2788-90, 2808, 
2819, 2826, 2830, 2833, 2842, 2894, 
2899, 2938, 2961, 2969, 2972, 2974, 
2996, 3011, 3013, 3023-25, 3027-28, 
3052, 3124, 3129, 3167-68, 3186, 
3220, 3226, 3234, 3280-81, 3302, 
3441, 3593, 3725, 3947 

Bancker, Dirck, 3878 

Bancker, Ernest, 4136 

Bancker, Captain, Evert, (1691) 1018, 
1181-82, 1224, 1240, 1245, 1260, 
1308, 1317, 1337, 1342, 1365, 1371, 
1372, (1700) 1382, 1427; received 
a fraudulent grant of land from 
Governor Fletcher, 1568 

Baneker(t) Evert, deacon, (1751-53) 
2748; (1758-60) 2749, (1764-65) 
2750; other references, 1973, 2047; 
churchmaster, (1749) 2101, 2112, 
3123, 3174, 3212, 3725, 3727, 3768, 
(1760) 3759, 3915-16, 3968, 3983, 
4010, 4013, 4018, 4059, 4074, 4082, 
4139, 4145, 4152, 4163, 4171-72, 
4181, 4184, 4186, 4202, 4260, 4262- 
63, 4265, 4272, 4275, 4286 

Bancker, Gerrit, 2149, 2154 

Bancker (Banckert), Rev. John, in 
Holland, (1714) 2040, (1729) 
2448 

Bancker, John, of Newtown, L. I., 
500 

Bancker, Richard, 4130, 4163, 4240 

Bancker (Van Bancker, Bankers), 
William, a merchant in Amster- 
dam, (1696-1700) 1173, 1188, 
1196, 1230, 1260, 1286, 1297-98, 
1304-5, 1317, 1336-37, 1340-1, 1342- 
44, 1348-50, 1357, 1305, 1371, 1386, 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF TPIE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Bancker (Van Bancker, Bankers), 
William (contimi.ed) 
1380, 1402-3, 1422-24, (1704) 
1573, 171G, 17G4, IS'JO (1712) 1955, 
1058, 2044-4G, 2088-80, 2110, 2121, 
2182-83 
Banda, E. I., isle of, 221, 225 
Bandon, Captain, 1330 
Bangor, Bishop of, 3484, 3502 
Banishments of persons from New 
Netherland for harboring Quakers, 
497 
Bannasitoron, an Indian, 1094 
Banns, publication of, (1766) 4075 
Banta, Hendriek, 3617, 3693 
Banta, Jacob C, 3632 
Banta, Jacob H., 2601 
Banta, Sieba, 3617, 3635, 3693 
Bantius, Rev. John, 83, 88, 202 
Banyar, George, 3173, 3218, 3220, 

3988, 4174 
Baptism, (1619) 4223, (1767) 40S0; 
by Catholic midwives in the Pala- 
tinate, (1705) 1602; by comforters 
of the sick, 185, see Comforters; 
neglect of, (1713) 1998.o 
Baptism, formulas of, old and new, 
Lutherans object to certain expres- 
sions in the new formula, 423 ; the 
West India Company directs the 
old formula to be used, 425 ; Stuy- 
vesant submits this order to the 
ministers, 427 ; they oppose it, 
428-31, 433; the company insists, 
441, 460, 474-77; the ministers 
finally yield, 485-87; allusions, 
492, 504-5 
Baptism, infant, 285 ; presence of 
parents not absolutely required, 
429, 430; not generally allowed to 
negro and heathen children, 76, 77, 
112, 493, 504, 508, 548, 1673; al- 
lusion, 654; private baptisms, 
2912; danger of superstition in, 
2941; are allowable, especially in 
cases of sickness, 2963, 2970-72, 
3061 ; allusions, 2779, 3041, 3043 



Baptismal questions, 476, 505 

Baptismal record of the Collegiate 
Church of New York City, 123, 
931, 4075; general record, (1771) 
4223 

Baptist conventicles, 361-62 

Baptists ( Alennonites), in Holland, 
396; in America, 1551, 2187-88, 
see Anabaptists 

Barbadoes, 411, 693, 962-93, 1411, 
1430, 1441, 1392, 1669; want some 
of the Palatines, 1831 

Barbaric, John, 998, 1206, 1268, 1322, 
1324, 1520, 1528, 1714, 1743, 1805, 
1807, 1855, 1934, 2009, 2020, 2023- 
24, 2143, 2145, 2151, 2176, 2220, 
2222, 2240-41, 2292-93, 2300 

Barbarie, P., 2026 

Barbary States, 1340 

Barbour, a clerical error, several 
times repeated for Bartow 

Barclay, Rev. Henry, (son of Rev. 
Thomas Barclay, missionary at Al- 
bany), appointed catechist to the 
Mohawks, (1736), ordained in Eng- 
land, (1737), labored among the 
Mohawks, (1738-46) 2663, 2677, 
3400; assistant rector of Trinity 
Church, New York, (1746), suc- 
ceeds Mr Vesey as rector, (1746- 
64) 2677, 2917, 2927-30, 2932-34; 
petitions for a piece of land in the 
Mohawk country, granted, ( 1740) 
2745, 2751, 3485; land given, under 
his rectorship to Kings College, 
3220; St George's Chapel built, 
3262; writes to Rev. Dr Samuel 
Johnson on the conditions of the 
gift of land to Kings College, 3517- 
18; allusions, 3543-44, 3556, 3734, 
3746, 3803; edits "Common 
Prayer" in Mohawk, (1762) 3840; 
writes " Defence " against Smith's 
History of New York, (1763) 3887. 
3890, 3909-10, 3911-12; death, 
(1764) 3969 

Barclay, John, 4118 



a Governor Hunter was certainly mistaken about this, as the baptismal records 
of most of the colonial churches are very complete. 



ECCLESIASTICAL, RECORDS 



65 



Barclay, Rev. Thomas, describes the 
religious conditions in Albany, 
(1710) 1866-6S; signs an address 
of the Anglican clergy to Governor 
Hunter, (1712) 1949-50; is present 
at a meeting of the Indian Com- 
missioners, with the Mohawk, 
1968-69, 1972-73; petitions the 
governor to be allowed to build an 
Anglican church at Albany, also 
desires a patent for a site, 
(Oot. 7) 2070-71, 2074; patent 
obtained; legal difficulties as to the 
land, (1715) 2087, 2091-92; is col- 
lecting money for the church build- 
ing, (1716) 2109, 2111, 2115; land 
bought for a site, (1718) 2120, 
2124, 2663, 2677; allusion, 4118 

Barcolo, Rev. Johannes, 3720 

Barends, Jan, 673 

Barents, Albertie, 1885 

Barents, MejTidert, 557 

Earkelo, Hermanns, (1748) 3031 

Barkelow, Rev. George, (1800) 4391 

Barkly, see Barclay 

Barltt (Baritt), North Brabant.o 153 

Barnes, Benjamin, 2021 

Earre [Le Febure] de la, 904, 917, 
919 

Barrington, Viscount, 4098 

Barsinger-Horn, Holland, 136 

Rartels (Bartelsen), Jonas, 557, 642, 
687 

Bartholf (Bertholf, Bartholdt), Rev. 
Guilliam, a schoolmaster, begins to 
preach at Hackensack and Staten 
Island, (1693) 1051; Varick fears 
his intrusion in the ministry, 
1067; is called to Hackensack and 
Aquackononck, 1072-73; ordained 
by the Classis of Middelburg 
against the protests of the Claasia 
of Amsterdam, (1694) 1100; 
Dellius opposes his ministry, 
1105-6; preaches also at Bergen, 
1107; Selyns alludes to him as one 
of the regular ministers, (1696) 



Bartholf (Bertholf, Bartholdt), Rev. 
Guilliam (continued) 
1171, 1187: may be asked to in- 
stall Freeman, (1706) 1649; ap- 
proves of fraternal conferences, 
(1706) 1655; sides with Freling- 
huysen in his Evangelistic views, 
(1721) 2319, 2326; indorses Fre- 
linghuysen's sermons, (1723) 
2179-80; disabled by infirmities, 
(1724) 2215-16; 2319, 2363, 2372 

Bartine, Peter, (1761) 3810 

Bartis, John, 4232 

Barton, Rev. [Thomas], (1765) 4026 

Bartow (Barbour, Barton) Rev. John, 
Anglican, said to have officiated in 
Westchester parish, (1702-25) 
1751; allusions to his settlement 
there, 1486, 1492; referred to by 
Rev. Mr Vesey in his account of the 
Anglican church, (1704) 1553; 
Highly praised by Colonel Heath- 
cote, (1705) 1610; New Rochelle. 
with its French church and pastor 
Rev. Daniel Bondet, lies withi- 
Bartow's parish, (1705) 1614, 
writes to the society in England 
concerning the Anglican church in 
Westchester and on Long Island, 
had preached occasionally at 
Jamaica, (Dec. 1, 1707), 1690; is 
present when Rev. Bondet and the 
French church of New Rochelle 
declare their conformity to the 
Church of England, (June 1707) 
1751; informs the society of the 
death of Rev. Mr Urquhart of 
Jamaica, (Oct. 30, 1709) 1807; 
with other ministers, writes to the 
Bishop of London, seeking help 
for the widows of Revs. Urquhart 
and Muirson, (1709) 1809; signs 
addresses, (1712-13) 1921, 1950, 
1991; his death, (1727) 1870. See 
also Digest S. P. G., 58, 855 

Basse, Mr, 1430, 2019 

Bassett, Mrs, 3707 

Bassett, Francis, 2237 



a This Rhfuilfl be Bnrtl. SchloswlK-ITolsteln, see Van UemHclaer lintoirr Manu- 
ncrvpta. p. 609. 



66 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Bassett, Rev. John, 2092 (17,82), 
2177; commends the Saratoga 
waters, (1789) 4349, 4362, 4365, 
4367-68, 4377 (1800) 4388 

Bassett, Robert, 365 

Batavia, East Indies, 69, 80; church 
of, 128; allusions, 184, 190, 221, 
225, 241, 694, 908, 1102, 2392, 
2678, 2923, 2925, 2952, 3106, 3181, 
3297, 3377, 3379; coetus of, 3639, 
3730, 3875, 3947, 4027 

Bath [John Granville first]. Earl of, 
897, 961, 1002 

Batten Kill, 1245 

Battle (Bable) Bridge, 1813 

Bausman (Boutsman), P., organist 
in South church, (1751) 3212, 
3395-97 

Bavaria, 1600, 1781; Duke of, 1782, 
1821 

Baxter, Capt. George, 894, 927, 967 

Bay, Rev. Andrew, second Presby- 
terian pastor at Albany, 3891 

Bay, Richard, 3500 

Bay, The, see Flatlands 

Bay of Cante (or Quinte), Canada, 
(1800) 4389 

Bayard (Baijard), Balthazar, 475; 
schepen, (1673) 631, 641; a dea- 
con, (1682-84) 805; signs address 
to the King, (1690) 998, 1202, 
1212, 1273, 1355, 1357 

Bayard, Cornelis, 1110. 

Bayard, Nicholas, churchmaster, 
(1732) 2100; deacon, (1734-36), 
1448, (1738-40) 1448; elder, (1745- 
47) 2748, (1753-55) 2749, 2969, 
3124, 3500, 3900, 3901 

Bayard (Bayar, Beier), Colonel 
Nicholas, a clerk in the secretary's 
office, (1660) 475, 496-97; sub- 
scribes the oath of allegiance to 
Great Britain, (1664) 565; is city 
receiver, (1670) 609; is a burgo- 
master, under the restored Dutch 
government, (1673) 631; is secre- 
tary, 633, 638; is assessed for 
10,000 guilders, (1674) 643; al- 
lusions, 646-47, 661; signs petition 
to have form of renewed oath to 



Bayard (Bayar, Baier), Colonel 
Nicholas (continued) 
Great Britain, modified, (1674) 
670; allusion, 677; prefers a pub- 
lic tax for building a new church, 
(1680) 743; an elder in Collegiate 
Church, (1682-84) 762, 800, 805, 
819, 837, 842-43, 871, 873, 933; 
again, an elder, (1688) 951, 960; 
one of the Council, (June 1689), 
signs the address of Council to the 
Earl of Shrewsbury, 963-64; 
writes to Captain Nicholson, 
(Aug. 1689) 971-72, 973; his 
journal during the Leisler troubles, 
964-67; flees to Albany, (summer, 
1689) 977; his orders to Captains 
De Peyster and De Bruyn, (Oct. 
1689) 978; writes to Andros in 
Boston, (Dec. 1689) 981; his 
journal continued, 982; allusions, 
986-90, 995, 998-99, 1025, 1030; 
the Manor of Fordham lawsuit en- 
trusted to, (1692) 1035; church 
warden under the ministry act, 
(1694) 1092; one of the committee 
to seek incorporation for the Col- 
legiate Church, (1695) 1116; allu- 
sion, 1135; one of the original 
trustees mentioned in the church 
charter, (1696) 1136, 1145, 1148, 
3445, 3448, 3451; allusion, ILGS; 
member of the Council, (1696) 
1174; an elder, (1698-1700) 1202; 
allusions, 1217, 1220, 1224; his ex- 
cellent character, 1243-44; allu- 
sions, 1263, 1289-90, 1296, 1298; 
in England, (1699) 1300; allu- 
sions, 1302, 1303, 1313, 1315; sus- 
pended from the Council by Bello- 
mont, 1345; allusions, 1355, 1357, 
1366, 1396, 1400, 1405, 1418, 1441; 
under sentence of death, (1702) 
1497; account of his trial, 1498; 
an act declaring the illegality of 
his trial and sentence, (1703) 
1529, (1705) 1599; sues some of 
the jury and one of the judges, 
(1703) 1543; Cornbury criticizes 
Fletcher's grants of land to him, 



ECCIiESIASTICAL RECOEDS 



67 



Bayard (Bayar, Baier), Colonel 
Nicholas (continued) 
(1704) 1568, 1600; grant on the 
Mohawk river, (1707) 1685-86, 
2193; willing to advance money to 
feed the Palatines, (1709) 1804 

Bayard, Mrs Nicholas, 973 

Bayard, Nicholas, jr, churchmaster, 
(1764) 2101 

Bayard, Peter, 743, 762, 805, 819 

Bayard, Samuel (or Samuel C), sella 
land for the Garden street Dutch 
church, (Feb. 27, 1692) 1032-33, 
1322; presents the bequest of Elder 
Marius to the church, (1702) 1518; 
appointed to make settlements with 
certain parties on the manor, 
(1718) 2120; sells land in Wall 
street for the Presbyterian church, 
(1720) 2175; presents a paper 
about business on the manor, 
(1724) 2216; [Samuel C. Bayard] 
one of the defenders of the right of 
the church on the manor, (1724) 
2221; notifies consistory that the 
people of Westchester will re- 
nounce all claims to the manor on 
certain conditions, (1725) 2243; 
to be consulted in the purchase of 
land for a second church building, 
(Nassau st.), 1726, 2358; member 
of the Council, (1727, 1732) 2377, 
2575; member of the Great Con- 
sistory, (1729) 2489 

Bayart, Samuel, teacher of French 
and German at Bergen-op-Zoom, in 
Holland, (1648) 247 

Bayeaux (Bayeux), Thomas, 2232 

Bayle, Secretary, see Boyle, Henry, 
Secretary of State, in England 

Bayles, Elias, 2131, 2882 

Bayles, Samuel, see Baley, Samuel 

Bayley, Joseph, 1516, 4285 

Bayoo, Jacobus, 4248 

Beach, Rev. Abraham, Anglican, 
allusion, (1754) 3502, (1758) 
3716; publications, 3728, 3734, 
3746; rector. New Brunswick, 
N. J. and Piscataway, (1767-83) 
4325. See also Digest S. P. G., 854 



Beach, Rev. John, Anglican, his 
reply to an attack on the Episco- 
pate, (1763) 3833, 3841, 3864-^5, 
3887, 3909; settled in Connecticut, 
very loyal to the king, (1776) 
4294 

Beadle, (Sexton), 328, 618 

Bear Garden, 1914, 1918 

Bear Tribe of Indians, 2634 

Bearcroft, Rev. [Philip], D. D., An- 
glican, 3734 

Beardsley, Rev. Dr [Eben Edwards], 
his life of Rev. Dr Samuel Johnson, 
quoted, 3515 

Beaufort, [Henry Somerset, 2d] Duke 
of, 894, 897 

Beauharnois, [Charles, Marquis de], 
Governor of Canada, 2680 

Beaumont, Rev., see Van Beaumont, 
Rev. Adrian 

Beaver (Bever), a ship 790, 906,963 

Beaver street. New York, 1138 

Beaver trade, 635, 879, 934, 1166, 
1170, 1241 

Beaverdam, N. Y., 4382 

Beavers, currency in, 409, 475, 477, 
478, 587, 625, 713, 736, 769 

Beavers' Creek, 153 

Beavers' Kill, 2149, 2154, 2633 

Beavois, see De Beavois and De Be- 
voise 

Beck, Dr Theodore Romeyn, his re- 
marks on the library of Dominie 
John Megapolensis, 155 

Becker, Jan, 1018 

Beckers, Johannes, 1306 

Becol, Rev. A[drianus], at Amster- 
dam, 4071, 4100, 4108, 4109, 4113 

Bedford, ( Wriothesly ) , Duke of, 1787 

Bedford, Earl of, [William Russell, 
Ist Duke of], 961 

Bedford, N. Y., 1077, 1554, 1587-88, 
1611-12, 3453, 4290 

Bedloo, Isaac, 557, 586, 591, 594, 621 

Bedlow, William, 3986 

Bedminster, N. J., 4243, 4246 (1784) 
4318 (1800) 4390 

Beeck, Warrener H., 684 

Beeckman, Professor, (in Holland), 
69 



68 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Beek, JuBtice, (1709) 1788 

Beekman, Charel, 2930, 3078, 3095 

Beekman (Beeckman), Christoffel, 
2329 

Beekman, Cornelia, 4033, 4192, 4229 

Beekman, Daniel, 117 

Beekman, Gerardus, churchmaster, 
(1728) 2101, (1729) 2489; director 
of the Manor of Fordliam, (1732) 
2600, 2624-25, 2629, 2641, 2677, 
2722, 2754, 2769-70, 2775-76; died 
(1743) 2794 

Beekman, Colonel Gerardus, allusion, 
(1691) 1029; under sentence of 
death, (1694) 1098; grant of land 
to, 1315; allusion, (1702) 1503; 
one of the Council, (1703) 1531, 

(1709) 1805; acting governor, 

(1710) 1845, 1894, 1947; allusions, 
1851, 2143, 2145, 2151 

Beekman, Rev. Gerardus, in Holland, 
723 

Beekman, Gerardus William, church- 
master, (1753) 2101, (1755) 3556; 
a deacon, (1756) 3667, (1762) 
3830, (1763) 3841, 3853, 3869, 3873 
3900; an elder, (1773) 4260, 4265 

Beekman, Colonel Henry, of New 
York City, sells lots for St 
George's Chapel, (1748) 3017, 
(1749) 3057; trustee of Kings 
College, (1754) 3508, 3544 

Beekman, Colonel Henry, or Henri- 
cus, deacon at Kingston, (1690) 
1006; elder, (1698) 1200, 1311, 
(1704) 1562; allusions, (1706) 
1615-16, 1636, 1638; signs petition 
for a charter for Kingston church, 
1712) 1934; receives a tract of 
land in Dutchess county, N. Y., 
from Governor Fletcher, (1698) 
1227, 1245, 2193; justice of the 
peace in Dutchess county, (1744) 
2847 

Bfcekman, James, 4136, 4139, 4185 

BecKman, Jochim, 557 

Beekman, Johannes, 2052, 4033 

Beekman, Nicholas, 2670 

Beekman, Thomas, 2720 



Beekman, William (Wilhelmus), 
(1656) 361; orphan master, 417, 
418; commissary of the W. I. Co. on 
the Delaware river, 458, 518, 520, 
532, 536; schepen, (1673) 631, 643, 
663, 670, 077, (1680) 743, (1683- 
98) 871, 950-51, 996, 1128, 1136, 
1145, 1148, 1276, 1280, 1357 

Beekman street, N. Y. C, 490, 4290 

IJeekman's Pecinct, Dutchess co., 
N. Y., 3082 

Beel, J. A., see Abeel, J. 

Beels, Rev. Leonard, allusions, 
2475, 2497-98, 2506, 2520, 2535, 
2545, 2547, 2554, 2577, 2581, 2589- 
90, 2593, 2595, 2599, 2600, 2610, 
2631, 2632, 2690, 2772, 2815, 3110 

Beost, province of Gelderland, Nether- 
lands, 253, 308, 309 

Beets, province of North-Holland, 
Netherlands, 40 

Befinger, Martin, 4033 

Begyn-Hof, church in, English Pres- 
byterian church in x^msterdam, 178 

Behagel, Isaac, 1963 

Behagel, John, 1962 

Beis, Beits, see Beys 

Bekker, Rev. Dr Balthazar, (1634- 
98) precursor of rationalism in 
Holland, students required to reject 
his errors, 2323, 2325, 2363, 2402, 
2416, 2476, 2536, 2546, 2765, 2880, 
2894, 3059, 3086, 3263, 3298, 3410, 
3686, 3805, 3811, 3833, 3868, 3998, 
4163, 4182. See also Roell, Her- 
man Alexander 

Bekker (Bakker) Rev. J., 2442, 2522, 
2528, 2557, 2560, 2561, 2631 

Bekkering, Rev., 3671 

Belcher, Jonathan, 3384 

Belgic confession of faith, 26, 80, 93; 
translated into Spanish, 148 

Belgium, 36 

Belin, P., 1322 

Bell, given to church of Flushing, 
(1761) 3804: bells of New York 
removed, (1776) 4291, 4298; bell 
of St Peter's Church, Albany, 
(1751) 4366. See also Clock 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



69 



Bell, William, 509 

Bellamy, Rev. Dr Joseph, 3906 

Belleville, see Second Kiver 

Bellomont, [Richard Coote], Earl of, 
Governor of New York, (1698- 
1701), his commission, (June 

1697) 1184, 1204, 1209, 1222; in- 
structions to, (Aug. 1697) 1213- 
14, 1222 ; his administration, 1222- 
1442; friend of the Prince of 
Orange, 1222; reports the illegality 
of Leisler's execution, 1222; sides 
with the Leisler faction in America, 
1222; a latitudinarian in religion, 
1222 ; his instructions to Schuyler 
and Dellius on their mission to 
Canada, (Apr. 1698) 1222-23; 
criticizes Fletcher's administration, 
1223-24 ; seeks Indian testimony on 
the fraudulent character of 
Fletcher's land grants, 1224-25; 
seeks permission to vacate them, 
1227; threatens Jesuit mission- 
aries from Canada, (Aug. 1698) 
1229 ; his conference with the In- 
dians, describes them as sullen be- 
cause of the loss of their lands, 
(Sept. 1698) 1240-42; description 

of the land grants, 1244-46, 1277- 
78; his o\vn account of the exhu- 
mation of the bodies of Leisler and 
Milbourne and their forcible burial 
under the Dutch church, (Oct. 

1698) 1242, 1245-46, 1261; allu- 
sion 1259; sends a map to Eng- 
land of the extensive land grants 
1262-63; appoints a fast day be- 
cause of the factions in the pro- 
vince, complains that his opponents 
did not attend the services, 1263 ; 
allusion, 1265; takes a census of 
the several counties, (1698) 1264; 
source of the flattering address of 
Albany concerning Governor 
Fletcher, 1274; allusion, 1275; 
asserts that the Dutch church 
charter was secured by a bribe to 
Fletcher, 1274; allusion, 1280; 
Fletcher's vindication of himself 
respecting the land grants, 1282- 



Bellomont, [Richard Coote] Earl of 
(continued) 
83; Weavers answer to Fletcher's 
defense, 1283-84; action of the 
Board of Trade on Bellomonts 
charges against Fletcher, (1699) 
1285-86 ; his charges against Domi- 
ne Dellius, 1288-90; casts the tie 
vote of the Assembly, to vacate the 
land grants, with a rider to sus- 
pend Domine Dellius, 1292, 1296- 
97; doubtful legality of the bill, 
1316; indignation of the people, 
1298, 1329; complains of the gen- 
eral profligacy of the English, of 
the ignorance of the Dutch as to the 
English language, 1299; bill passed 
by the Assembly for the settlement 
and support of [all] ministers and 
schoolmasters, and repair of meet- 
inghouses, not agreed to, by Gover- 
nor and Council, as being contrary 
to governor's " Instructions," all 
join in petition to the king to 
allow it, (May 4, 1699) 1299-1300, 
1329-31 ; a bill signed to enable all 
towns to build and repair their 
meetinghouses and other public 
buildings, 1302; seeks to vindicate 
his relations to the Leisler faction, 
and the exhumation of Leisler, 
1302 ; sends a delegation to the 
Indians to explain the vacating act, 
1303; explains to the Board of 
Trade the vacating act, with its 
rider suspending Domine Dellius, 
also tliat New York can supply 
naval stores, 1313-14; seeks 
further Indian testimony against 
Dellius, 132G-29; informs the 
Board of Trade that Dellius has 
gone to England to complain; to 
hinder the king's approval of the 
vacating act, that the citizens had 
given him a purse of £700, that he 
carries many testimonials of char- 
acter, further defames Domine 
Dellius, Rector Vesey and Fletcher, 
asks for Vesey's removal ; for ap- 
proval of the vacating act, has dis- 



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Bellomont, [Richard Coote], Earl of 
(continued) 
approved a bill for settling a dis- 
senting ministry, (July 1699) 
1328-31, 1333; informs the Bishop 
of London of his former intimacy 
with Rector Vesey, that the latter 
had been bribed to turn against 
him, that Vesey's father was a 
Jacobite, that Vesey had publicly 
prayed for the success of the mis- 
sion of Domine Dellius, and 
omitted prayers for the governor, 
asks that Vesey may be deprived 
of his benefice, also charges Dellius 
with immorality, (Sept. 1699) 
1333-35; Bellomont also writes to 
the Classis of Amsterdam charg- 
ing Dellius with all sorts of crimes 
Oct. 13, 1699) 1335a; the king 
forbids any decision against the 
church without his consent 
(1700) 1339, 1340; allusions, 
1351, 1361, 1363, 1388, 1390, 1391; 
see especially 1349-53, 1358-59, 
1360, 1362-64, 1373-84, 1388-93; 
answer of Dellius to his charges, 
1394-1422; allusions, 1426-27. 
1429-30, 1437, 1438-39; reply of 
classis to Bellomont, (Dec. 29, 
1700) 1430-36; also attacks the 
validity of the charter of Trinity 
church, 1339; thirty-two heads of 
accusation formulated against Bel- 
lomont, recounting his arbitrary 
acts, his grewsome exhumation of 
Leisler, his rider suspending Del- 
lius, the most useful man in the 
province, etc., (Mar. 1700) 1345- 
46; commissions Robert Livingston 
to visit the Onondagas and report, 
1350; his report, 1358-59, 1361; 
goes to Albany to encourage the 
Indians, 1364, 1374-84; suspends 
Rev. Symon Smith, an English 
chaplain, 1393-94 ; becomes friendly 
again with Rector Vesey, de- 



Bellomont, [Richard Coote], Earl of 
(continued) 
sires Anglican missionaries for the 
Five Nations, 1394, 1426-27; 
makes further remarks about the 
land grants, 1427 ; hears of rumors 
of his recall, (Dec. 1700) 1430; 
further correspondence of the 
Lords of Trade, (1700) 1437-40; 
probably receives the exculpating 
and scathing answer of the Classis 
of Amsterdam, vindicating Dellius'', 
just before his death, 1430-36; his 
death, (Mar. 5, 1701) 1436, 1441- 
42 ; review of Bellomont's adminis- 
tration by Cornbury, (1704) 1566- 
69, 1591-93; allusions, (1707) 
1684-88, 2047, 2104, 2110, 2193 

Benckes, (Binckes), Jacob, Com- 
mander of Dutch Fleet, (1673) 
630-34 

Benkelman, [Beukelman?] Rev. John, 
2346 

Benner, Hendrick, 3925-26 

Bensen, Benjamin, 4243, 4246 

Benson, William, 4118 

Bentinck, [Hans Willem, Baron], 
961 

Bentyen, Captain, 4038 

Berchard, Martin, 4372 

Berg, (Bery, Burgues), Duchy of, 
1678, 1782 

Bergen, Classis of, (1800) 4384 

Bergen, in Friesland, see Bergum 

Bergen, .Jan Harm, 703 

Bergen, Johannes, 2745, 3082 

Bergen, John Hansen, 1799 

Bergen, Joris Hanse, 703 

Bergen, N. J., petitions that the 
schoolmaster be required to fulfill 
his contract, (1663) 539-40; 
church yet owes Rev. Samuel 
Megapolensis for services, (1674) 
647-48; Van Nieuwenhuysen occa- 
sionally supplies, (1678) 717; Van 
Zuuren supplies occasionally, 
(1681) 776-77, 786-87, 820; 



a This letter has not vet been recovered, but its substance is Icnown from tbe 
answer of Dellius, 1394-1422. 

b See under " Dellius " for his defense. 



ECCLESIASTICAL, EECOKDS 



71 



Bergen, N. J. {continued) 

church has 110 members, (1681) 
795; approves the call of Colleg- 
iate Church on Verdieren, (1698) 
1198, 1201, 1230; allusions, (1681) 
798, (1682) 823; supplied occa- 
sionally by Selyns, (1682) 829, 
852; in good condition, (1687) 
936, 945; supports Leisler, (1692) 
1043 ; subscribes for ransom of 
Turkish captives, (1693) 1063; 
Bartholf preaches at, (1694) 1107; 
allusions, (1698) 1269, (1700) 
1438; DeWindt expects to settle 
there, (1750) 3119, 3127-28, 3148; 
is ordained for Bergen and Staten 
Island, (1751) 3151; his papers 
forged, is deposed, 3157-60, 3165, 
see DeWindt; Rev. William Jack- 
son called, (1753) 3416, 1423; 
correspondence of church with 
classis, 3435; allusions, 3467-68, 
3500, 3555, 3562, 3583; Jackson's 
examination and ordination, 
(1756) 3652, 3707; allusions, 
(1765) 3990, (1767) 4086, (1771) 
4211, (1772) 4243, 4246, 4248, 
(1784) 4318, (1800) 4384,4391 

Bergen-op-Zoom, Holland, 247 

Bergius, Rev., 101 

Bergstraat, [Bergstrasse, Odenwald, 
Germany], treaty of the, (1650) 
1602 

Bergum (Bergen, Bergoni), in Fries- 
land, 1578, 1580, 3126 

Beringer, Henrich (Hendrick), 4041, 
4045 

Berkeley, Lord John, 542, 569, 925, 
1593' 

Berkenbeil, John [annes] 2437 

Berkenmeyer, Rev. William Christo- 
pher, Lutheran, called to Xew York 
and Albany, (1725) 2335; allu- 
sions, 2344, 2380, 3084 

Berkley Castle, a ship, 1861 

Berks county, Pa., 1898 

Bermudas, The, 971, 1049, 1252, 4290 

Berrian, Rev. Dr William, 1064, 
1181, 1217 



Berrien, Mr, map of the Manor of 

Fordham made by, 3725 
Berrien, John, 1518 
Berrien, Peter, 2477 
Berry, Captain John, 632 
Berryman, Thomas, 964 
Bertholf, Chil., 4243 
Bertholf. See also Bartholf 
Berwick on Tweed, 1013, 1825, 3430 
Bery, see Berg, Duchy of 
Besly, Oliver, 1808, 1864, 1891 
Bessels, Adam, 143 
Best, Herman, 4101 
Best, Jacob, 1717, 1720 
Best, (Bert, Johannes), John, 3955, 

3959 
Besten, Rev. Sixtus a, 192 
Bestevaer, Albert, 366 
Bestvaell, Jeuriach, (Juriaen), 153, 

446 
Beth, Rev. (P.) Jacobus, 186, 251, 

287 
Bethlehem, N. Y., (ISOO) 4382, 4389 
Bethlehem, Pa., 2852-53 
Bettemer, East Friesland, 707 
Betts, Richard, (1660), 464, 600 
Betts, Richard, Justice, (1719) 2129, 

2132-34, 2135, (1761) 3806, 4232 
Beuckelaer ( Beuckelaar ) , Rev. 

Adrian, 1183, 1804 
Beukelaers, Daniel, 464 
Beukelman, see Benkelman 
Beum, see Boehm 
Beunaire island, see Bonaire, Island 

of, W. I. 
Bever, a ship, 790, 473, 474, 1233 
Beveridge, [William], Bishop of St 

Asaph, 1614 
Bevert, Rev. Philip, 40 
Beverwyck, (Fort Orange, Albany), 

167, 217, 321, 341, 363, 372, 394, 

398, 424, 483, 504, 515, 634, 1517 
Bevier, Andries, 4074 
Bevier, Benjamin, 4074 
Bevier, Johannes, 4074-75 
Bevier Johannes, jr, 3437, 3446, 3746 
Bevier, Louis (Lewis) 3437, 3446, 

3746, 3958 
Bevier, Samuel, 3141, 3143, 3292-93 



72 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Beys (Beyse, Beis, Beits, DeBeys) 
Rev. Henricus, a candidate, wishes 
to be placed among the " Recom- 
mended," (1704) 1572; is re- 
ceived by the classis and called to 
Kingston, (1704) 1577-78, 1582; 
ordained, and sails for his field, 
(1705) 1586, 1588-89, 1594; his 
journal, with account of the arbi- 
trary dealings of Cornbury with 
him, (1706) 1615-19; has not yet 
preached at Kingston, review of 
the case and of the arbitrary acts 
of Cornbury, (May 1706) 1635-38, 
1645, 1646; account of the affair 
by Domine DuBois of New York, 
1652-53; Beys writes to classis on 
his position, (May 1706) 1663-66; 
Cornbury finally relents and al- 
lows him to preach, 1667-68; al- 
lusions, 1607, 1622, 1625, 1630, 
1655, 1657, 1662, 1667; church of 
Kingston vacant, (Oct. 1709) 1803, 
1841; another minister to be called 
(Mar. 3, 1710) 1842; Beys con- 
forms to the Church of England, 
serving an Anglican church at 
Harlem, (1709) 1743; classis seeks 
information about him, (June 2, 
1710) 1853, 1856, 1860, 1865; re- 
port on his unseemly conduct, 
properly treated by the American 
ministers, has gone over to the 
Episcopal church, is suspended 
from ministry, (Oct. 6, 1710) 
1868-70; allusion to the conference 
on the case of Beis, (Jan. 9, 1711) 
1876-77; has a library at Harlem, 
1899; signs addresses, with the 
other Anglican clergy, to the gover- 
nor, (Jan. 1, 1712-Mar. 5, 1713) 
1921, 1950, 1991; rumors of his 
having sailed for Curagoa, classis 
will oppose his settling there, 
(Sept. 1713) 2007, 2010; in Am- 
sterdam, wishes to defend himself 
before the classis, (May 1714) 
2042, 2050; his defense, 2055-59; 



Beys (Beyse, Beis, Beits, DeBeys) 
Rev. Henricus (continued) 
confesses his ecclesiastical irregu- 
larities, denies charges of immor- 
ality, is finally cleared, (July 
1714) 2063; is appointed as pastor 
at Curagoa, (Oct. 8, 1714) 2071, 
2082; allusion, 3939a 

Bible, the, minutes and notes of 
Dutch translators, 27 ; printing of 
new Dutch version, (1635) 86, 
119; to be translated into Mo- 
hawk, (1700) 1379; German Bible 
belonging to Jonas Bronck, 168; 
German Bibles to be sent to the 
Palatine immigrants, (1717) 2112; 
the printing of the Dutch Bible, 
(1732) 2598, 3163, 3263; 500 folio 
Bibles sent to Philadelphia, (1753) 
3346; a Divine Revelation, 4323; 
Congress requested to reprint, 
(1790) 4355; Douai Bible, 4355. 
See also Eliot, Rev. John and In- 
dian Bible 

Bickerstaff, Robert, 684 

Bickley, May, 1851, 1855, 2026, 2136 

Bier, Captain, Henry, 857 

Biers, Mr, 221 

Bietigheim, in Wurtemiberg, Germany, 
3083 

Bigamy, alleged, 1691 

Biggs (Bigges), John, 684 

Bilbao (Bilboe), news of the peace 
received from, 590 

Billing, Heinrich, 4372 

Billot, Mr, 4176 

Binckes, see Benckes 

Bingeman, Laurence, 2437 

Births, records of, 1998 

Bisch, Jan., 824 

Bishop, Daniel, 927 

Bishop, Joshua, (1761) 3804, 4045, 
4180 

Bishop, Nathaniel, 927 

Bishops in America; instructions of 
Charles II, to Colonel Nicolls, con- 
cerning, (1664) 544-45; ambition 
of Rev. John Miller, (1692) 1037; 



a He served In Turacoa, 171.S-17. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



73 



Bishops in America {continued) 
need of a bishop, (1702) 1509, 
(1707) 1690-91, (1708) 1697; 
Governor Hunter refers to the ne- 
cessity of, (1712) 1917; Trinity 
Church makes request for, 1924; 
fear of, (1755) 3612, (1759) 
3728; hoped for, (1762), 3816, 
(1763) 3864-65, 3887-88, 3890, 
3909-10, (1764) 3912; great neces- 
sity of, (1766) 4058, general 
view of the subject, (1767) 
4084; applied for, 4110; 

opposition to, (1768) 4113-16; ar- 
gument of Eev. Inglis for, (1776) 
4299-4300; Rev. Samuel Seabury, 
the first Bishop of Connecticut, 
(1784), Rev. Samuel Provoost, first 
Bishop of New York, (1785), Rev. 
William White, first Bishop of 
Pennsylvania, (1785) 4325-27 

Bisse, [Philip, D. D.], Bishop of 
Hereford, 3431 

Blaauw (Blauw) Abraham, 2353, 
2402, 2418 

Blaauw (Blauw, Blaaw), Rev. Cor- 
nelius, called to Pompton [Plains], 
(1761) 3821; accepts, (1762) 
3827-28, 3836; allusions, 3927, 
3929, 3932-33, 3950-51, 4028, 4036, 
4077, 4102-3 

" Black Bog, The," sign of J. Baker, 
in Pater Noster Row, London, 
1774 

Blackburne, [Lancelot], Archbishop 
of York, 3484 

Blackford, Nicholas, of Flushing, 
L. I., 413 

Blackheath, England, Palatine immi- 
grants at, (1708-9) 1727, 1786, 
1792, 1817, 1819, 1826, 1829-31, 
1836 

Blackstone, [Sir William], ecclesias- 
tical laws of Great Britain not 
applicable to the colonies, 1080- 
82 

Bladen, [Martin], member of the 
Board of Trade, 2172, 2192, 2874 

Blagg, Captain Benjamin, 990, 1000, 
1008-9, 1014 



Blair, Rev. Dr, of Virginia, (1699) 

1290 
Blair, W., clerk of the Privy Coun- 
cil (1767) 4099 
Blake, John, 2173-75 
Blake, Jonathan, 4254 
Blake, Admiral [Robert] 311 
Blanchan, Mattys, 684. See also 

Blenshan, IMattys 
Blanck (Blanch, Blank) Isaac, 4136, 

4198,4362 
Blanck, Jurian, 557 
Blanck, Lyda, wife of Isaac Blanck, 

4136 
Blank, John, 4198 
Blasphemy, 645 
Blathwayt, William, 1002, 1023, 

1285, 1426 
Blauvelt, Rev. Isaac, (1772) 4248, 

4318, 4323, 4331, 4345, 4347 
Blauvelt, (Blauwodd, Blauw), John, 

3072, 3925, 4011, 4013, 4029 
Blauw, Jurey, 3662 
Blauw. See also Blauvelt 
Blauwenveld, Isaac, (1752) 3330, 

3337 
Bleecker (Bleeker), Barent, 4351 
Bleecker Harmanus, charge d' 

affaires in Holland, (1841) 8 
Bleecker House, The, (Bleecker Hall, 

Albany), 2177 
Bleecker, Jacobus (1761) 3810 
Bleecker, Jan Jansen, 720, 770, 827, 

862, 1018, 1326 
Bleecker, Johannes, 1197, 2112 
Bleecker (Bleeker), Captain John, 

1326, 1329 
Bleecker (Bleeker), Rutgers, 1973, 

2052, 2148, 2150-52, 2156-57, 

2158, 2670 
Blenshan, Mattys, 4040. See also 

Blanchan, Mattys 
Bleyck, Arientje, 573 
Blinckerhoff, see BrinckorhoflF 
Blinshall (Blenshall) Rev. James, 

Presbyterian minister at Amster- 
dam, 3854, 3859, 3872-73, 3905, 

3907, 3921, 3947, 3999 
Block, Hans, magistrate at New 

Castle on the Delaware, 673-74 



74 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Blok, Mr, candidate for the ministry, 
3110 

Blom, Abraham, 3074, 30S0, 3662 

Blom, Barent, 3031 

Blom (Bloem, Bloom), Rev. Her- 
manus, received into Classis of 
Amsterdam, (1655) 332;; declines 
chaplaincy in Dutch navy, 3767 ; 
visits Esopus, and is called by the 
church there, (1659) 445, 446, 450- 
51 ; returns to Holland for ordina- 
tion, 454-55, 464-66, 470, 473, 475; 
comes back to Esopus, 459, 460, 
462, 478, 485-86, 489, 501, 504, 
513; his abode, 496; his salary, 
501 ; bricks sent to him for a house, 
512; allusion, 541; description of 
the church, and of the Indian mas- 
sacre, (1663) 534-35, 538; re- 
quests Director Stuyvesant to ap- 
point an annual Thanksgiving Day 
for, June 7, 545-47; returns to 
Holland, (1668) 594-95, 598; al- 
lusion, 729 

Bloodgood, William, 1518 

Bloom, Abram, 3733 

Bloomer, Rev. Joshua, Anglican rec- 
tor of Jamaica, Newtown and 
Flushing, L. L, (1769-90) 4180; 
sues for his salary, (1771) 4231- 
34, (1776) 4295, 4299, (1784) 
4325 

Bloomingdale, Ulster county, N. Y., 
(1800) 4383, 4388 

Blossom, a ship, 720 

Bluis, Jurrie, 3331 

Board of Accounts of the Dutch West 
India Company, reviews New 
Netherland history, (1614-39) 
187-88 

Board of Trade, orders reports from 
New York, quarterly, on all 
matters, civil and ecclesiastical, 
(1686) 916, (1689) 961; Bello- 
mont writes to, (1698) 1240-42; 
report to, 1244; items relating to 
the Palatines in their records, 
(1708-9) 1691-95 

Bobin, Jacques, 2146, 2181, 2237 

Bocardus, Rev. Johannes, 86 



Bockee, Abraham, 2101 

Bodaen, Rev. Gualterus, 807-8, 810- 
11, 813, 815, 817, 841, 850 

Bodet, Daniel, an elder in Kings 
county, a frequent delegate to the 
coetus, 3102, 3132, 3176, 3178, 
3187-90, 3250, 3331, 3420, 3444, 
3462, 3617-18 

Bodyn (Bodine), Peter, 2329, 2353, 
2403, 2478 

Boehler, Peter, a Moravian, 2852-53 

Boehm, Mr, (1711) 1884 

Boehm (Bohm), Rev. John Philip, 
reader for certain German churches 
in Pennsylvania, (1720-25) 2427; 
urged to assiune the ministerial 
office, (1725-28) 2428; his excel- 
lent character, 2429-30; consults 
the Reformed ministers of New 
York, 2426; seeks advice from the 
Classis of Amsterdam, 2426-33 ; 
the ordinances of his church, 2433- 
37 ; must be ordained in regular 
form, 2469-73; is ordained by the 
Dutch ministers of New York, in 
the name of the classis, (Nov. 23, 
1729) 2478-85; the action recorded 
in the books of the Dutch church 
of New York, 2486-88; his recon- 
ciliation with Domine Weiss, 
2484-87 ; subsequent correspond- 
ence and allusions, 2514-16, 2519, 
2521-31, 2556, 2561, 2604-5, 2612, 
2630-31, 2701, 2708-10, 2717-18, 
2733, 2737, 2741, 2798-2800, 2837, 
2862-63, 2910, 3019, 3069, 3071, 
3081 

Boekzaal, a Dutch periodical, (1765) 
3973, 4027 

Boel, (Boelen, Beels), Rev. Henricus, 
received into Classis of Amsterdam, 
(1713) 2009; commended for for- 
eign churches, (1715) 2097; called 
to church of New York, examined 
and ordained, (Dec. 16, 1715) 
2104-5; allusion to, 2120; natural- 
ized, (1718) 2123; testifies as to 
certain statements made by Cap- 
tain Goelet, of Frelinghuysen's 
criticisms of the ministry, (July 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOKDS 



75 



Boel, (Boelen, Beels), Rev. Henricus 
(continued) 
25, 1721) 2182-83; is an adviser of 
the opponents of Frelinghuysen, 
2201, 2208, 2216, 2250, 2259-68, 
2271-72, 2279, 2284; joins with 
other ministers in a " statement " 
vindicating the " Complainants " 
in publishing their " Complaint " 
against Frelinghuysen, (June 8, 
1725) 2309-12; allusions to, in the 
Preface to the " Complaint," 2318- 
20, 2326-28; afi'ronts of Freling- 
huysen toward Domines DuBois 
and Boel, (1726) 2352, 2354; 
classis writes to Boel and other 
ministers concerning Frelinghuysen 
and the troubles at Raritan, 
(1726) 2366-71; consorts with 
Frelinghuysen's opponents, 2382 ; 
allusions, 2335, 2343, 2352, 2354, 
2359, 2362, 2364, 2375; letter 
from Boel and DuBois to classis, 
(Jan. 3, 1728) 2400-1; advises, 
(with DuBois and Antonides), the 
German churches of Pennsylvania 
to submit their whole case to clas- 
sis, 2438-39, see 2425-27; classis 
writes to the New York ministers 
on the subject, 2443 ; directed to or- 
dain, in the name of the classis, the 
German, Rev. J. P. Boehm, 2478- 
84; the ordination, (1729) 2468- 
75, 2487-88, 2528-32, 2592, 2612, 
2753; allusions, 2416, 2423, 2426, 
2461, 2485-88, 2495, 2559, 2573-74, 
2579, 2589; opposes the coetus, 
2691-96, 2710, 2712-13, 2728-29, 
2959, 2972, 2998; declines to act on 
a committee on Kings county af- 
fairs, 2781; acts independently, 
2798-2800 ; correspondence with 
classis, 2663-64, 2811-19, 2825, 
2911-13, 2925; allusions, 2605-8, 
2614, 2618, 2621, 2625, 2627, 
2677, 2743, 2747, 2749, 2772, 
2775-76; performs irregular ser- 
vices at Newtown, (1748) 3029, 
3033, 3039-42, 3054; classis 
admonishes him, 3061-63, 3066-67; 



Boel, (Boelen, Beels), Rev. Henricus 
(continued) 
allusions, 2809-10, 2828-29, 2834- 
36, 2838, 2840, 2845, 2862, 2938, 
2969; is offered the choice of the 
parsonages, as the oldest minister, 
after the death of DuBois, (1751) 
3212; his death, (June 27, 1754) 
3494; his widow, 3489; his parson- 
age sold, 3546; allusions, 3014, 
3050-52, 3057, 3059, 3071, 3085, 
3091, 3116, 3123, 3125-26, 3128, 
3145, 3184-85, 3216, 3397, 3435, 
3439, 3848; pension granted to his 
widow, 4238 

Boel, John Henry, see Van Bael, Jan 
Hendrick 

Boel, lawyer, (writer of the " Com- 
plaint " against Frelinghuysen 
probably the same as Tobias Boel) , 
2245, 2258-59, 2261, 2264-72, 
2279, 2283-84, 2312-29 

Boel, Tobias, 2123 

Boelen (Boele), Abraham, a deacon, 
(1726) 2344, 2358, 2378, 2390; a 
member of the Great Consistory, 
(1732) 2575; an elder, (1738) 
2700 

Boelen, Rev. Herman Lancelot, 3920 ; 
called to the four churches of 
Queens county — Jamaica, New- 
town, Oyster Bay and Success, 
(July 1765) 3989, 3997, 4000, 
4014, 4028, 4036, 4038, 4077, 4103, 
4209 

Boelen (Boele), Jacob, an elder of 
the Dutch church of New York 
1190-94, 1197, 1202, 1212, 127a 
1355, 1357, 1366, 1633, 1635, 1662, 
1723, 2081, 2377, 2449 

Boer, Captain Nicolaes, (1673) 630- 
31 (Erroneously printed as 
"Boes") 

Boerew, Ary, 2329 

Boerum, Corel [Carl?] 2739 

Boerum (Booram), Simon, member of 
New York Assembly, 3619, 4176 

Boes, Captain Nicholas, see Boer, Cap- 
tain Nicolaes 



76 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF ^"E^V YORK 



Bogaard (Bogaart), Cornells, an 
elder, (1723, 1725) 2204, 2256, 
2278 

Bogaardt, Cornelis, a candidate, 
(1695) 1113 

Bogaerd, see Bogardus and Bogart 

Bogaerde, C. van der, secretary of the 
Classis of Amsterdam, 2733-35 

Bogardus, Cornells, son of Rev. Ever- 
ardus Bogardus. 217, 4037 

Bogardus, Cornells \V., brother of 
Rev. Everardus Bogardus, 84 

Bogardus (Bogaert, Bogart), Rev. 
Everardus Wilhelmus, allusions, 
18, 22, 52, 122, 126; his birth, 81; 
matriculation at Leyden Univer- 
sity, 81 ; comforter of the sick in 
Guinea, 81 ; final examination and 
ordination, (1632) 81, 82; sent to 
New Xetherland, (1633) 83; min- 
ister at Manhattan, 84 ; marriage 
to Anneke Jans, (1637?) 84, 216; 
owner of a tobacco plantation, 84 ; 
his parsonage, 85, 119, 216; his 
first church building, 85, 216; Van 
Dincklagen's accusations against 
him, 87-88, 127 ; his summons be- 
fore the Council, 196-200; wishes 
to go to Holland to defend himself, 
but not allowed, 118; holds a cer- 
tain mortgage, 118; owns "Do- 
mine's Hook " near Newtown, L. I., 
579; is defended by the Classis 
of Amsterdam. 142, 149-51; is re- 
quested by classis to cooperate 
with Doniine Megapolensis, the 
Patroon's minister in Rensselaer- 
wyck, 151; consideration of com- 
plaint against, is postponed by the 
classis, 152, 181 ; money raised at 
his stepdaughter's wedding for 
building the " Church-in-the-Fort," 
163-66, 216, 256-57; contract for 



Bogardus (Bogaert, Bogart), Rev. 
Everardus Wilhelmus (continued) 
building and plan of the church, 
165-60; a witness to the inventory 
of the property of the widow 
Bronck, 168 ; refuses to receive an 
admonition from Director Klefti 
188, 196-200; is requested to re- 
main in New Netherland, 211; ex- 
tracts from a " Journal of New 
Netherland," (1641-46) 212-14; 
questions addressed to him concern- 
ing the state of the colony, 213-14; 
his difficulties, 233, 238; renews 
his request to go to Holland to de- 
fend himself, 233, 238 ; his resigna- 
tion, (1647) 216-17, 233; sails for 
Holland in the ship " Princess," 
216, 217, 226, 232; shipwreck and 
death, 216, 217, 228-29, 231-32, 
237, 243, 247, 260; Valentine's and 
O'Callaghan's notes on Bogardus, 
216; his widow known as Anneke 
Jans, 217; her removal to Rensse- 
laerwyck and her poverty, 237-38, 
243, 246, 260; her property, (ulti- 
mately the valuable Trinity Church 
property), 216-18; sketch of Bo- 
gardus by Valentine in " Manual 
of the Common Council of New 
York," (1863, pages 595-608), 229; 
allusions, 668o, 4037 

Bogardus, Mrs Everardus, see An- 
neke Jans 

Bogardus, Evert, of Kingston, 
(1766) 4033 

Bogardus, Ja[me]s, [churchmaster?], 
(1742) 2769. See also Bogart, 
James, and Bogart, Jacobus 

Bogardus, Jan, (1728) 2415 

Bogardus, Jonas, son of Rev. Ever- 
ardus Bogardus, 217 

Bogardus, Nicholas, (1727) 2381 



a Everardus Bogardus was sent to Guinea on September 9, 1630, by the Con- 
sistory of the Church of Amsterdam. . {A. Eekhof, Ba^tiaen Jansz. Krol, page xlv, 
of Appendix). In June 1632, he was back In Holland and examined by the 
classis. and ordained as indicated on page 81 of Ecclesiastical Records. The 
Consistorlal Records say that on July 15, 16:^2, he was accepted by the West 
India Company for service in New Netherland. (Eekhof, Appendix, page xxv). 
On November 8, 1635, Van Dincklagen appears before the Amsterdam Consistory 
and makes complaint against Bogardus. but action is postponed until Bogardus 
shall come over. (Eekhof, Appendix xxxl). Compare Ecclesiastical Records, 87, 
127. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECOKDS 



Bogardus, Petrus, an elder at Kings- 
ton, (1743) 2811 

Bogardus, Pieter, son of Rev. Ever- 
ardus Bogardus, 217; an elder at 
Albany, (1683) 859; fences in land 
at Albany, (1701), 1465-66 

Bogardus, Willem, son of Rev. Ever- 
ardus Bogardus, 217, 889, 890, 910 

Bogart, Catharine U., 4028 

Bogart, Cornells, a churchmaster, 
elder, and alderman, (1744-69) 
2101, 3025, 3829, 3841, 3853, 3867, 
3869, 3870, 3900, 3922, 3931, 3933, 
4073, 4096 

Bogart, Rev. David S., fourth Presby- 
terian pastor at Albany, (179.5-97) 
3891, 4248 

Bogart, Guilliam (Gilaem), 4199 

Bogart (Boogaart), CJysbert, 1548, 
1608 

Bogart, Hendrick, a churchmaster, 
(1748) 2101, 3212, 4199 

Bogart (Bogert), Jacobus, a church- 
master and deacon, (1761-67), 
2101, 3912, 4018, 4082 

Bogart, James, [deacon?], (1774) 
4275 

Bogart (Bogert, Boongart, Bougart), 
Jan Cornells, 3617, 3632, 3635, 
3693 

Bogart, John, jr, 3840-42, 3853, 3869, 
3872, 3900, 3912, 3925-26, 3985- 
87, 4139, 4172, 4180 

Bogart, Xicliolas, 2101 

Bogart, Nicholas C, 4103 

Bogart, Nicholas J., 4074, 4172 

Bogart, Peter, a deacon, (1755) 3556, 
3667, 3826, 3829, 3841, 3881, 3892 

Bogart, Teunis, (1677) 703 

Bogert, Jan, 2441 

Bogert, Zacharias, 1306 

Boght (Cohoes), Albany county, 
N. Y., 4382, 4388 

Bohemia, 1677, 1782, 1829 

Boiceau, Rev., 982 

Boise, Jacob, 2478 



Bois-le-duc, ( 's-Hertogenbosch ) , Hol- 
land, 83, 1702, 1720 

Bolandus, Rev. Jacobus, Adsessor at 
Synod of Dort, (1619) 4226 

Bolingbroke, 2042 

Bolton, [Charles Pavvlett, 1st Uuke 
of], 1002 

Bomble, Rev. Florentius, at Amster- 
dam, 1440, 1656, 1716-17, 1720, 
1762, 1766, 1794-95, 1797, 1842, 
1845, 1849, 1856, 1870, 2077, 2090, 
2104, 2106 

Bomess, Jan, 474 

Bommel, (Zalt-Bommel), Holland, 
785 

Bonaire (Beunaire), Island of, W. I., 
209, 210 

Bonando, an Indian, 1094 

Bond servants, their relation to the 
Patroons, 78-79 

Bondet (Brodet), Rev. Daniel, 1172, 
1183, 1188, 1321; his previous his- 
tory, appeals to Governor Corn- 
bury for help for his French church 
at New Rochelle, (1702) 1493; al- 
lusion, 1610; his labors, (1705) 
1614; his church offers to conform 
to the Anglican church, (1709) 
1750-51, 1808; builds a new church 
at New Rochelle, (1710) 1864; pe- 
titions for a charter for his church, 

(1711) 1891; charter granted, 

(1712) 1963; signs, with the 
Anglican clergy generally, ad- 
dresses to the governor, (1712) 
1921, 1949-50; signs an address to 
Rev. Jacob Henderson, (1713) 
1991; his death, (1722), bequeaths 
his library of 400 volumes to the 
church of New Rochelle, 1891 

Bondour, Monsieur, a merchant at 
Montreal, 1374-75 

Bonet, Mr, 1817 

Bonnet (Bonner), Rev. G[ij.sbert], 
D. D., 3929, 3973, 4257; in the 
name of the Faculty of Utrecht, 
writes to the classis, about the 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Bonnet (Bonner), Rev. G[ijsbertJ 
(continued) 
professorship, (May 1774) 4277, 
see Burmannus; response of 
classis, (June 8, 1774) 4277-78; 
rejoinder of Bonnet, recommending 
Dr Livingston, (June 9, 1774) 
4278, 4280, 4286 

Bonrepos, Rev. Daniel, 1864[?], 
3209O 

Bonrepos (De), Elie, 1891 

Bonte Koe (Spotted Cow), a ship, 
492 

Bontius, Rev. God[fridu8?] Petrus, 
127 

Bontum, Rev. 127 

Bonzet, Arnoldus, 462 

Boogaart, see Bogaard, Bogardus, 
Bogart and Bogert 

Boogermannus, Rev. Joannes, presi- 
dent of the Synod of Dort, (1619) 
4226 

Booklets, see Pamphlets 

Books (Psalters, prayer books, cate- 
chisms ) , sent to Stuyvesant for dis- 
tribution to the ministers, (1660) 
473-74, 486; Bibles, Psalters and 
Testaments sent to Curagoa, 
(1660) 493, 507; books and sta- 
tionery sent over for Schoolmaster 
Piertersen, (1661) 503. See also 
Libraries 

Boom (Borm), Rev., minister on the 
Island of St Thomas, (1738) 2700 

Boom dwars-straat (Boom cross- 
street), Amsterdam, 370 

Boon, FranQois, 594 

Boongart, Jan, see Bogart, Jan 
Cornelis 

Boonton, N. J., 4384, 4391 

Boorham, A., a member of the Three 
Mile Run, N. J. congregation, 
(1729) 2478 

Booth, Mr, 618 

"Bord," a disease, 870 

Bording, Christian, 3528, 3530, 3536, 
3641 

Bordingh, Claes, 364, 642 

Boreel, Willem, Dutch Ambassador 
in France, (1664) 567 



Borghgardt, Coenraat, 1513 

Bork, Rev. Christian, 4389, 4392 

Borkloo, Dirk, deacon, 2513 

Borneo, E. I., 19 

Borrowe, John, 1573 

Bort," Thomas, 2329 

Bosch, Hendrick, 556 

Boskoop, Rev. Johannes, at Amster- 
dam, 3660, 3668, 3674, 3688-89, 
3699-3703, 3713, 3883, 3979 

Boston, Mass., Rev. Hugh Peters 
preaches at, (1641) 170; Quakers 
arrive at, (1656) 400; contains 
the nearest Latin school to New 
Amsterdam, (1658) 432; letters to 
Holland, from Mew Amsterdam, 
sent by way of, (1681) 780; Tes- 
schenmaker goes to, (1682) 830-31; 
four ministers in, (1683) 868, 882; 
the Labadists visit, 876; allusion, 
878; Rev. Morpo (Moyro), French 
minister at, (1687) 936, 948; al- 
lusions, 955, 958; revolution in, 
(1689) 963; burial of Daille at, 
983; allusion, 986; civil records of 
New York carried by Andros to, 
(1689) 988; allusion, 993; ex- 
perience of Andros at, (1689-90) 
999; Dellius flees to, (1690) 1009, 
1010-11, 1019, 1087; allusions, 
1024, 1042, 1046, 1069-70; Daille, 
French minister, called to, (1693) 
1089, 1172, 1188, 1256; Rev. 
Samuel Myles, rector at, 1174-75; 
allusion, 1204; Indian Bibles or- 
dered from, (1698) 1231, 1233; 
allusions, 1248-49, 1262, 1266, 
1313, 1331, 1335, 1374, 1392-93, 
1395, 1400, 1430, 1512; first church 
organ in America at, (1713) 
1520; post route from New York 
to, (1705) 1599; Madam Knight's 
description of, with New York, 
(1703) 1550-51; Revs. Moore and 
Brooks flee to, (1707) 1556; Gov- 
ernor Andros arrested in, (1689) 
1592; allusion to college in. 



a Was pastor of French Reformed church, New Rochelle, 1688-96 ; supplied New 
Paltz. ossaclonally. 1696-1700; Fresh Kill, Staten Island, 1696-1(17; died 1734. 
Corwin's Manual. 336. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



79 



Boston, Mass., Rev. Hugh Peters 
{continued} 
(1705) 1612; Eevs. Makemie and 
Hampton on their way to, when ar- 
rested by Cornbury, (1706) 1669, 
1671-72; allusion to, 1690; Rev. 
Christopher Bridge, Anglican, 
settled at, (1702) 1795; Rev. IVIr 
Harris preaches at, (1709) 1810; 
allusions, 1861, 1898; Rev. Samuel 
Myles settled at, (1714) 2053; al- 
lusion, 2089; Rector Vesey has an 
interview with Rector Myles, at, 
2096; Rector Vesey sails from Bos- 
ton for England, (1715) 2103; al- 
lusion, 2214; Whitefield itinerated 
from Georgia to Boston, (1746) 
2906-7; the frontiers of Boston 
and Hampshire have dissenting 
preachers, and but few [Anglican] 
church people, (1759) 3736; Rev. 
Mr Greaton (Anglican) is ex- 
pected from Boston, to settle in 
Westchester, (1759) 3746, 4114, 
(1776) 4295, 4299 

Boston, a ship, 3903 

Boston College, see Harvard College 

Bostwick, Rev. David, 2882; dies, 
(1763) 3905 

Boswyck, see Bushwyck 

Bosy, Dr, 1740-41, [apparently a 
typographical error for Dr Bray, 
which see] 

Botanical Garden, Leyden, see medi- 
cinal seeds 

Bott, Clhristopher, 3107 

Boudinot (Boudinoth), Elie (Elias), 
998, 1206, 1268, 1322, 1324 

Boufflers, [Louis Frangois, due de]. 
Marshal of France, 1675 

Bougart, Jan, see Bogart, Jan Cor- 
nelis 

Boulting act, 1125 

Boulyn (Boilin), John, 844 

Bound, John, see Bo\vne 

Bourbon, House of, 1782, 1829 

Bourdet, Samuel, 2237 

Bourdon, Sieur, 214 

Bourne, Captain, 996 

Bout, Edward, 128 



Bout, Jan Evertsen (Everts), 252, 
259 

Bouteillier, Jean, 937 

Bouwery, school on Stuyvesant's, 
(1662) 522, 542 

Bouwery, surrender of New Amster- 
dam signed at Stuyvesant's, (1664) 
557 

Bouwery Chapel, Stuyvesant invites 
Domine Selyns of Brooklyn to ofS- 
ciate at, (1660) 477; description 
of, 488-89; allusions, 548, 551, 
554; supplied by Megapolensis, 
Samuel, (1664-69) 541; chapel 
and vault left by will of Mrs Stuy- 
vesant to the care of the Dutch 
church of New York, (1687) 934. 
See also St Mark's Church 

Bowers, Rev. Nathaniel, Presbyterian, 
at Rye, (1705) 1612 

Bowman, Thomas, 2211 

Bowne, Captain, 967 

Bowne (Bound), John, 527, 530, 744, 
933 

Bowne, Samuel, 933 

Boyd, Rev. John, Presbj-terian, ex- 
amined and ordained, (1706) 878, 
1671 

Boyd, Robert, sr, 4046 

Boyd, Robert, jr, 4046 

Boyle, Henry, Secretary of State in 
England, 1702, 1705, 1729-30, 
2143, 2145 

Boys, see Du Bois, Gualterus 

Boys, Abram, 2558 

Boys, suggested that boys be sent to 
live among the Indians to learn 
their language, (1696) 1133 

Boyse, see Beys 

Brabant, 1675 

Bradbury, Dr, of London, (1744) 
2852 

Bradford (Bradfort), William, the 
printer, 44, 1063, 1560, (1721) 
2181, 2244, 2579 

Bradish, James, 464, 500, 1430 

Bradley, R., attorney general, N. Y., 
(1734) 2641 

Bradt (Brat), Arent, 2647, 2649 

Bradt, Daniel, 1306 

Bradt, Diewertje, 2477 



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THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Bradt, Samuel, 1306 

Bradt, Teunis (Tlieunis), 1850, 2189 

Bradt. /S'ee also Brat 

Brady, Mr, 3759 

Brady and Tates Metrical Version of 
the Psalms, (1707) 1689 

Braine, Dr Thomas, 2195, 3806 

Braintree, Mass., 3910 

Bralius, Rev., 526 

Brandenburg, Elector of, sec 
Frederick William, "The Great," 
Elector of Brandenburg 

Brandiho, an Indian, 1123 

Brandolphus, Rev. Johannes, 886, 
888, 899, 901, 909, 914 

Brandt, Albartus, a Quaker, 933 

Brandt, an Indian, 1377-78 

Bras, Adolph, jr, 3546 

Brasher, Abraham, 4240 

Brasier, Abraham, 1029, 1098 

Brat, Anthony, 1850, 2671 

Brat, Barent, sexton, R. D. C. Al- 
bany, 1306, 2189 

Brat (Bratt), Daniel, chorister, 
3025, 3203, 3357, 3528 

Brat, Dirck, 1306 

Brat, G«rrit, 2671 

Brat, Johannes, 1306 

Brat, Williampie (Willempje), 2189 

Brat. See also Bradt 

Braumius, his system of theology, 
4335 

Bray, Rev. Dr Thomas, 1491, 1739- 
41, 1787, 1862, 1962. See also 
Bosy, Dr 

Brazil, the Dutch in, 41; Classis of 
Amsterdam corresponds with 
ministers and churches there, 19, 
38; Rev. Jonas Michaelius goes 
from the church of Hem, Hol- 
land, to San Salvador, in, 25, 40, 
54, 68; leaves Brazil, 68; the 
Dutch church in, 41, 42; Count 
John Maurice of Nassau, about 
to go as governor, asks that a 
minister may accompany him. 
Rev. J. T. Polhemus sent, (1636) 
110; plan for governing colonial 
churches, 106-9; Rev. Daniel 
a Doreslaer sent to, (1637) 111; 



Brazil (continued) 

allusion, 114; the classis re- 
quested to send more ministers 
to, more comforters of the sick, 
also the acts of the Synod of 
North Holland, (1639) 122, 124, 
135; Synod of Utreclit thanks 
the Classis of Amsterdam for in- 
formation about, 126; a school- 
master, 161; a classis established 
there, (1642) 163; Rev. John 
Backerus not to be employed as 
minister there, 162; a letter to 
be written to their classis, con- 
cerning certain doubtful meas- 
ures, and a pamphlet of Rev. 
Doreslaer, 163; extracts from 
the acts of their classis, (1643) 
170-73, 189, 194-96; several min- 
isters return from Brazil, 191, 
193; the Classis of Amsterdam 
complains to the West India 
Company of their allowing Jews 
and Papists to trade there, of 
their neglecting to support a suf- 
ficient number of ministers, and 
of their allowing the churches to 
correspond with other ecclesias- 
tical bodies in Holland, 203-9; 
the sufferings of the colonists 
during recent wars, (1647) 218, 
219, 222-23, 225; Dutch author- 
ity waning in Brazil, (1647) 218, 
222-23. 225; rules and regula- 
tions, 240, 243, 245; the Dutch 
lose Brazil, (1654); allusions, 
19, 25, 38, 40, 51, 68, 109, 111, 
114, 122, 124, 201, 264, 287, 334, 
350, 352, 387, 392, 396, 424, 426 
]\Iinisters alluded to, stationed in 
Brazil, 42, 171, 172, 173, 177, 
191, 196, 201-3; Casseber, Rev. 
Frederic at Reissa [Recife?]; 
Cralingius, Rev. Jacobus; Dave- 
lus. Rev. ; Doreslaer, Rev. David 
a; Doornich (Dorrn), Rev. 
FPetrual ; Edwardi, Rev. John, 
at Serinhaen; Ketelius (Kette- 
lius). Rev. [Nicolaus] ; Michae- 
lius, Rev. Jonas, at San Salvador; 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



81 



Brazil (continued) 

Oosterdach, Rev. [Johannes] ; 
Plante, Rev. Franciscus; Poe- 
lius (van der Poel), Rev. Cor- 
nelius, at Tamarica ; Polhemus, 
Rev. Johannes T., at Olinda and 
Itamarca; Rathclarius [Bacca- 
larius]. Rev. Samuel, at Paraiba 
and St Augustine; Riflarius, 
Rev.; Soler (Seller), Rev. Joa- 
chim, at Olinda. See also list of 
ministers compiled from the Acts 
of the Classis of Brazil, on p. 
20 of the Index 
Breda, Holland 40 
Breda, Treaty of, (1GG7) 639, 1658, 

3894, 3908, 3979-80, 3992, 4332 
Bredenbent (Bredechaut) , Willem, 

368, 482 
Breestede (Brestede), Andries (An- 
drew), 3212, 3830, 3870, 3909, 4076, 
4089, 4093, 4200-2, 4267 
Breestede, Peter, 2100 
Breevoort, Elias, 4186, 4199, 4200-1 
Breevoort, Henry, 4183, (1780), 4305 
Bremen, Germany, 248 
Bressani, Father Francis Joseph, 

166-68, 437 
Bretten, Palatinate, (1705) 1602 
Breuckel [Breuckelen ?], Holland, 40 
Breuckelen, L. I. see Brooklyn 
Breviary of Father Jogues, 437 
Breevoort. John (Brovort, Jus), 
churchmaster, (1747) 2101, 3025, 
3123; deacon, (1755) 3556, 3677, 
3830, 3968, 3971, 4001, 4010, 4018, 
4074 
Brewer, 153 
Brewster, Daniel, 2126 
Brewster, George, 971 
Brey, Adam, a Dutch poet, 70 
Bribery, 1520-21, 1524 
Brickill, 4242 

Bricks, for parsonage at Esopus, 512 
Bridewell, 2110 

Bridge (Bridges), Rev. Christopher 
(or Christian), 1335; commission 
to minister at Rye, N. Y., (1709) 
1795, 1809; induction at Rye, 
(1710) 1870, 1915, 1921; death, 
(1719) 1870, 1950, 1991, 2127 



Bridge street, New Amsterdam, 85 

Bridges, Madame, 1766 

Bridges, Mr, paymaster, (1709) 

1730, 1740-41, 1838 
Bridges, John, 1531 
Bridgewater, Earl of, see Egerton 
Brief expansion (Paraphrase) of 

Psalm 37, by Kulenkamp, 4162 
Briel, Rev. John a, at Batavia, E. I., 

(1644) 184 
Briel, Toussaint, see Bryel, Toussein 
Brielle (Brill), Holland, 73, 176, 

(1709) 1730, 1838 
Bries (Brieth), Anthony, 1197, 1308, 

1317, 1337, 1342, 1365 
Bries, Hendrick, 2211 
Briggs, Walter, 3804 
Bril (Brill), Rev., 3245, 3256, 3262, 

3282 
Brinck, Cornells, 3621 
Brinck, Garret, 2803, 3490 
BrinckerhoflF, Dirck, 2101, 2708, 2897, 

3667, 3725, 3727, 3737, 3739, 3830, 

3841-42, 3869, 3872, 3900, 3909, 

3912, 3921, 3931. 3933, 3985, 4154, 

4202, 4238, 4240, 4249, 4254, 4260- 

61, 4265 
Brinckerhoff (Brinkerhof ) , George, 

3617, 3635, 3693 
Brinckerhoff, Rev. George G., 4248, 

4391 
Brinckerhoff, Harmon (Blinkerhof, 

Hartman), 3632 
Brinckerhoff, Hendrick, a deacon at 

Newtown, L. I., 3042 
Brinckerhoff, Hendrick (Blinkerhof, 

Hendrick ) , an elder at Hackensack, 

N. J., 3547, 3549, 3617, 3635, 3693 
Brinckerhoff, Henry, lease renewed 

to, (1773) 4267 
Brinckerhoff (Binckerhoft) , Isaac 

(Isaak), 3087, 3597-98, 3925-27, 

3985, 4011-12, 4029 
Brinckerhoff, Jan, 2883, 2898 
Brinckerhoff, Jan (John), an elder, 

3186, 3925, 3951 
Brinckerhoff (Brinkerhof), Joris, 

2101, 2700, 2961, 3123-24, 3536, 

3549, 3556, 3601, 3603, 3627, 3667, 

3674, 3C77, 3830, 3912, 4018, 4082 



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Brinckerhoflf, Nicholas (Brinkhof, 
Nycklaes), 3538 

Brinckerhofif, Teunis, 3042 

Brink, Peter, 2849 

Brinkerhoflf, Mr, 2783, 2790 

Brinkerhoff (BlinkerhofT), Abraham, 
2502, 2505, 2534, 2558, 2582 

Brinkerhoff, Colonel James, 4085 

Brisbin, James, 4362 

Bristol, England, 1786; bishop oi, 
2105 

Bristol, Pa., Anglican church, (1704) 
1556 

British chaplains, see Chaplains 

British Museum, 1774 

Britmannus, Rev., 146 

Brittnell, Richard, see Brudnel 
Richard 

Broad street. New Amsterdam 
(1633) 85, 119; New York, (1776) 
4291 

Brocaw, John, 3382 

Brocka, P., 2570 

Brocka, Roeloff, 3331 

BrockhoUs, (Brockholes, Brockholles, 
Brockholst), Captain (Major), An- 
thony, allusions, 674, 677-78, 689, 
758-59, 763-64, 779, 812, 814, 844, 
846, 872, 927, 929, 964, 990 

Brocks, Jan, 2328 

Broderick, Lord Chief Justice, 1728, 
1836 

Brodliead, An, at Esopus, 684 

Brodhead, Hon. John Romeyn, ap- 
pointed to procure transcripts of 
documents in Holland, France and 
England, relating to the State of 
New York, 6-7 ; his departure on 
this mission, 7 ; his report, 7-8 ; 
action of the Legislature on his re- 
port, 9-10; translation of the docu- 
ments secured by him, 10; their 
usefulness, 11; his death, (1873) 
11; ecclesiastical documents se- 
cured by him, 11-13, 21-23; their 
translation, 14; calendar of this 
material, 14, 1173; additional 
ecclesiastical documents from Hol- 
land secured by E. T. Corwin, 15. 
See also Corwin, E. T, 



Brodhead, Wessel, 3437 

Broeckhuysen, Rev. Paulus (Paul), 
332, 462, 526 

Broek, Holland, 83 

Broel, Rev. J. V. D., 3085 

Broen, Marcus J., 2388 

Brokaw (Broecka, Broka), Caspar 
(Bronk, Casparis), 3200 

Brokaw (Broeka, Brokaar), Isaac, 
2782-84, 2788-89, 2792, 2894, 2899, 
3032 

Brokaw, Peter, (Broecka, Pieter), 
2204, 2280, 2448 

Bronck, Jonas, his library, 168, 244 

Bronson, Robert, 3830 

Bronx Kill, 1138-39 

Brook, Chid, 1025 

Brook and Nicolls, plan for securing 
New York from the French, (1696) 
suggest that boys and clergymen 
should reside among the Indians, 
1133, 1170 

Brooke (Brook, Brooks), [Chidley], 
member of the Council of New 
York, 1133, 1170, 1302, 1345 

Brookes, Rev. John, Anglican, his ex- 
cellent character, (1705) 1611; 
flees from Elizabethtown to Boston 
to escape Cornbury's persecutions, 
drowned on voyage to England 
(1707) 1556-57, (1708) 1697 

Brookhaven (Brookhauen), L. I., 
Rev. Samuel Hepburn, Anglican, 
officiating there, (1685-86) 829, 
912, 932; Rev. George Philips, In- 
dependent, (1718-19) 2126, 2128, 
2141-43; the Anglican church 
languishing under Rev. James 
Lyon, (1759) 3735o 

Brooklyn Breuckelen) L. I., Dutch 
church, people of, requested to as- 
sist in building a church at Flat- 
bush, (1655) 333; requests that 
the Flatbush minister, (Polhemus) 
should preach alternately in 
Brooklyn, (Feb. 1656) 345; assess- 
ments to be made to pay the min- 
ister, (Jan. 1657) 365-69, 416; 
separates from the church of Flat- 
bush, (1660) 330; allusions, 314, 



a Mr Lyon was there, 1745-56. Digest, 8. P. O., p. 855. 



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83 



Brooklyn (Breuckelen) L. I. (cont'd) 
334, 341, 363, 396, 419, 420, 445; 
Rev. Henry Selyns called to, 462, 
466-68, 470, 472-76, 477-79; his 
installation, 479-82 ; allusions, 485 
504; his letter to Classis, 487-89; 
he is requested also to preach at 
Stuyvesant's chapel in Manhattan, 
477, 4S9; the company promised a 
bell for the church, 495 ; Selyns's 
departure from Brooklyn, (1664) 
540-41, 543, 547-50, 551, 553-54; 
is supplied by Rev. Samuel Mega- 
polensis, (1664-69) and by Rev. 
J. T. Polhemus again, (1664-76) 
695; money to be assessed for a 
parsonage, (1671) 620-21; allusion, 
633; the Reformed religion to be 
maintained there, (1673) 637; 
death of pastor Polhemus, (1676) 
688, 692, 695; the people offer to 
help build a parsonage at Flat- 
bush, (1677) 700; 116 adherents 
at, list of members, 701-2; amount 
paid toward minister's salary, 712, 
718; allusions, 721, 736-37. See 
also Kings county; Domine Van 
Zuuren called to the churches of 
Kings county, including Brooklyn, 
(1677) 699, see Van Zuuren; he 
returns to Holland, (1684) 884; 
allusions, 758, 773-74; worship dis- 
turbed by the Quaker, Tellenaer, 
(1685) 907; wants a minister, 
(1685) 908; Varick called, 911, 
914, see Varick; his death, (1694) 
1105-9; allusion, 968; contributes 
to ransom Turkish captives, 
(1693) 1064; desires a minister, 
(1695) 1118-19; Lupardus called, 
1130-31; his death, (1701) 1545, 
1573, see Lupardus; approves the 
call of the Collegiate Church of 
New York on Verdieren, (1698) 
1197-99, 1208, 1231; rector Vesey, 
of Trinity Church, officiates occa- 
sionally, (1702-5) 1551-53; 
Domine Freeman called, but de- 
clines, (May 4, 1703) 1522-26, 
1532-43 ; the consistories write to 
the classis for a minister, (Dec. 



Brooklyn (Breuckelen) L. I. (cont'd) 
3, 1703) 1544-48; the classis calls 
Rev. Vincentius Antonides, (Oct. 
6, 1704) 1579-81, see Antonides; 
allusions to, 1608, 1620, 1622, 1634, 
1643, 1646-47, 1657, 1662, 1679, 
1713-14, 1721-22, 1765-66, 1797- 
1802, 1806, 1808, 1854, 1874, 1885, 
1887, 1927, 1929-31, 1935-38, 
1940, 1949, 1973, 1978, 1980-81, 
1994, 2008-9, 2012, 2084, 4211, 
4243, 4245, 4317, 4387. See also 
Antonides, Arondeus, Curtenius, 
Freeman, Louw, Peter, Rubel, 
Schoonmaker, P.; Van Sinderin, 
Kings county 

Brooklyn, Anglican church, (1776) 
4290 

Brosterhuizen (Van Brosterhuyzen ) , 
Jan, the poet, 70 

Brotherton, England, 509 

Brouard, Bourgon, 703 

Broughton, Sampson Shelton, 1531, 
1573, 1575 

Brouwer, Adam, a resident of New 
Amsterdam, (1645) 198 

Brouwer, Benjamin, 2989, 2997 

Brouwer, Rev. Brouwerius, a mem- 
ber of the Classis of Aonsterdam, 
3058, 3060-63, 3067-69, 3096, 3147, 
3163, 3216, 3539, 3555 

Brouwer, Rev. Cornelius, (1800) 4388 

Brouwer, Everardus, 3881 

Brouwer, Rev. Henry Gerhart, 
(1771) 4201 

Brouwer, Jan, 556 

Brouwer, Jeremiah, a churchmaster, 
(1766) 2101, 4074, 4139, 4163 

Brouwer, Jurian, (Brower, Jurre; 
Brown, Jurie), an elder at Brook- 
lyn, (1749), 3074, 3080, 3102 

Brouwer, Peter, 2415, 2441 

Brouwer, Rev. Theodore, 723 

Brouwer, Rev. Thomas, 2312 

Brouwer, Rev. William, passes final 
examination by the Classis of Am- 
sterdam, (1694) 1100 

Brower, Jolin, 4130 

Brower, William L., erects tablets in 
the Middle Dutch church, New 
York City, (1900) 45, 48, 69 



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Brower family suit against Trinity 
Church, decided in favor of the 
church, (1760) 3799 

Brown, one of the opponents of 
English preaching in the Colle- 
giate Church, (1762) 3826 

Brown, Kev. Arthur, rector at Ports- 
mouth, N. H., (1736-73) 3887 

Brown, Jolin, in England, 1082-83 

Brown, Captain John, 965, 982 

Brown, John W., founds the Angli- 
can church of Schenectady, ISI. Y., 
(1760) 3813, 4137, 4138 

Brown, Jurie (Brouwer, Jurian; 
Brower, Jurre), an elder at Brook- 
lyn, (1749) 3074, 3080, 3102 

Brown, Rev. Thomas, rector at Al- 
bany and missionary to the Mo- 
hawks, (1760-66), writes to Sir 
William Johnson, 4026, 4077 

Brown Book, of the Collegiate Church, 
3281. See also White Book 

Brownists, England, 268, 286 

Brundenell, Ja., 2874 

Brudnel (Brittnel), Richard, 84, 497 

Bruen, Abram, 4243 

Bruers, Claude, 1322 

Bruin, Frederick, 3711 

Bruin, Hendrick, 2834 

Bruin. See also De Bruyn 

Brukner, Rev., 3149 

Brunholtz, Peter, 2932 

Brunings, Rev. [David], at Amster- 
dam, (1745) 2878 

Brunius, Rev. Johannes, 2698 

Brunnings (Brunings, Bruiningh), 
C, professor at Heidelberg, 3254, 
3265, 3486, 3720-21 

Brunswick, see New Brunswick 

Brush, Rebecca, 848 

Bruyas (Bryare), Rev. Jacques de, 
S. J., 926, 946, 1700) 1358-59, 
1377, 1380-82, 1392 

Bruyckland, see Brooklyn 

Bruyn, Hendrick, 2625, 2629 

Bruyn, Jacobus, 4199 

Bruyn. See also De Bruyn 

Bruynesse (Bruinisse, Brunesse) 
Holland, 1195, 1197-98, 1201, 
1230, 1286, 1332, 1356 



i>ruyn Visch (Bruynvis), Porpoise, 

a ship, 449, 478 
Bryant, E., 3281 
Bryare, Father, (1687) 946. See also 

Bruyas, Rev. Jacques de, S. J. 
Bryel, Toussein, 557 
Buckingham and Normandy, Jolm, 

Duke of, 1787 
Buckingham, Rev. Jedediah, 2127 
Buckmaster, Nathaniel, 964, 1394 
Bucknal, Ralph, 1788 
Bucknall, Sir John, 1787 
Bucks county. Pa., 2701, 2735, 2740, 

3138, 3164-65, 3628, 3653 
Budd, Rev. Winoldus, at Amsterdam, 

(1763) 3862-63, 3865, 3868, 3871, 

3880, 3895, 3897, 3899, 3919-20, 

3921, 3923-24, 3929, 3931-33, 3948- 

49, 3960, 3962, 3967, 3970, 3972- 

75, 3990, 4004 
Budner ( Buydner, Bydner ) , Rev. 

Gudlop, a Moravian, 2852-54 
Bueren, province of Gelderland, 

Netherlands, Classis of, 253 
Building masters, (1691) 1030; to be 

called churchmasters, (1698) 1208, 

1218 
Bulaeus (Bulens) John, Catechismus 

Ursini, 282 
Bull, Daniel, 2128, 2133-35 
Bull, Joseph, 4232 
Bullingeri (Opera), 168 
Buma, Rev., 2071 
Buning, Rev., called as minister to 

Ceylon, (1710) 1842-43 
Bunn, Edward, 4364-65 
Bunsch, Rev. Henry, 2760 
Bunschoten, see Van Bunschoten 
Burbasho, Stophell, see Probasco. 

Christopher 
Burg, Rev. James, 223 
Burger, George, 964 
Burgh, C, 474 
Burghers' oath, 373 
Burghers' petition to Governor 

Nicolls about the form of the oath 

to Great Britain, (1664) 563-65; 

to Governor Andros, (1674) 669- 

70; to the States-General, (1674) 

671-72 



ECCIiESIASTICAL KECORDS 



85 



Burgoyne, General, (1776) 4299, 
4356 

Burgues, see Berg, Duchy of 

Burgundy, Duke of, 1675 

Burhan, Jan, 4040 

Burial ceremonies in the East Indies, 
(1640) 127 

Burial ground at Albany, (1733) 
2633, (1789) 4350-51 

Burial place of Stuyvesant, (1672) 
489 

Burial places on ^Manhattan Island,* 
proposal to sell the old graveyard, 
[Broadway, a little above Morris 
street], and establish a new one, 
(1656) 343; the burgomasters peti- 
tion Stuyvesant and his Council 
for a new graveyard, outside the 
city's gates, (1662) 522, [now the 
northern end of Trinity Church 
yard] ; the old yard yet in a very 
unkempt condition, (June 1665) 
574 ; the city loans money to the 
Dutch church to \have it cleaned up 
and fenced, (Nov. 1665) 577; a 
graveyard around the new Dutch 
church on Garden street [Ex- 
change Place], (1692) 1032, 



Burial places on Manhattan Island 
{continued) 
(1696) 1134, 1137; prices for 
burials, (1701) 1462; a grave- 
yard about Trinity Church on 
Broadway, (1696) 1134, 1140, 
1143, 1163, 1180; the city deeds 
the above yard of 1662 on certain 
conditions, to Trinity Church, 
(1692) 1134; the Dutch church 
lays claims to certain lands now 
(1703) within the bounds of 
Trinity's charter, committees ap- 
pointed to adjust matters, (1703) 
1519; references to Trinity's ceme- 
tery in the new act of incorpora- 
tion of Trinity Church, (1704) 
1563-66, 2699; plans for the sale 
of lots and the construction of 
vaults in the yard of the Garden 
street church, (1732) 2613-14, 
2616-18; the consistory leases 12 
lots of the city, for burial pur- 
poses, (Mar. 21, 1765) 3982-83, 
4021, 4136; no more burials al- 
lowed on grounds of Garden street 
church, (1766) 4032, 4135; burials 
about the North Church, 4136 



a Burial places In Manhattan : 

1 On Broadway, west side, about 140 feet above Morris street. The plot 

was about 150 feet square, (1628-1676) 343, 574, 577 

2 The Jewish cemetery near Chatham square. Remnant of It now on the 

New Bowery, (16.56- to present time) 18i65-66 

3 Cemetery on Broadway, outside the city's gates, [which gates were at the 

head of Wall street]. Now the northern end of Trinity Church yard, 
extending about 71% feet, (or 81 y2 feet), along Broadway, (1662- 
to present time) 522, 1180, 1519, 1597 

4 Cemetery around the Dutch church In Garden street (northern side of 

Exchange place, between Broad and William streets) ; size of lot, 180 
feet along Garden street, and 84 feet deep, extending nearly to Wall 
street, (1693-1835), when the great fire destroyed the church, 1032, 
1137, 1462 

5 Trinity Church yard, extending along Broadway, 310 feet from Rector 

street, to cemetery no. 3, above. Total present length along Broadway, 
391% feet (160T- to present time). In 1702, cemetery no. 3 was 
deeded to Trinity Church, by the then English government, on condi- 
tion of caring for the cltv's dead. It was at this time a deep gully, 
1134, 1140, 1143, 1163, 1180, 1519, 156.3-66 

6 Cemetery of the French church on northeast corner of Nassau and Pine 

streets, and extending north to Cedar street (1704-1830) 

7 Cemetery about the Presbyterian church on the north side of Wall street, 

opposite the end of New street (1717-1844) 

8 Cemetery about the so called " Middle Dutch Church," on the east side 

of Nas.sau street, and extending from Cedar to Liberty streets (1729- 
1844). Bodies finally removed 

9 Cemetery around St Paul's Church, Broadway, between Fulton & Vesey 

streets (1766— to present time) 

10 Cemetery around the Brick Church, (Presbyterian), faring on Beekman 

street, between Chatham and Nassau streets (1768-1850) 

11 Cemetery around the North Dutch Church, on William street, between 

Fulton and Ann streots (1709-187?;) 

12 Cemetery occupying a squaro of 12 lots, leased from the city in 1765, 

but not used as a cemetery until after the Revolution, at Pearl, Duatie 
and Rose streets 



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Burial rates, see Funeral expenses 

Burials, 931, 934, 2492-93, 2614, 
2616-17; record of, 1998, 2347-48. 
See also Vaults 

Burke, see Burt 

Burling, Edward, 2622 

Burling, Elias, 933 

Burling, John, 933 

Burlington, N. J., Quakers at, 
(1677) 710, 1593; Anglican church 
at, Rectors, Talbot, (1703-5) 
1556, (1709) 1809, (1711) 1896; 
Moore, Thoroughgood, (S. H.) , 
(1705-6) 1556, 1711, 1906-7; the 
church named St Ann's, by Corn- 
bury, (1705) 1593; supplied by 
Eev. Jacob Henderson, (1712) 
1914-15, 1923, 1952-53, 2028 

Burman ( Burmannus ) , Rev. Fran- 
ciscus, 2014, 2082; Classis of Am- 
sterdam writes him about a 
theological professorship in Amer- 
ica, (1773) 3929, 4266-67, 4271, 
4276 ; his " Synopsis Theologiae," 
4335. See also Bonnet, Rev. 
Gijsbert 

Burnet, William, Governor of New 
York, (1720-28), Presbyterians of 
New York City petition for a 
charter, objections by Trinity 
Church, not granted, (1720) 2173- 
75; signs an amendment to the 
ministry bill, (1721), 2184; allows 
Robert Livingston to collect funds 
toward building a church on his 
manor, (1721) 2181; licenses a 
Baptist minister (Eyers) to 
preach in New York, (1722) 2187- 
89 ; Domine Van Driessen peti- 
tions for aid in building a church 
for the Mohawks, (1722) 2191-92; 
temporarily detains the Palatines 
on Nutten Island for sanitary 
reasons, (1722) 2195; writes to 
Under Secretary De la Faye, (Dec. 
1723) 2214; secures a chaplain, 
Rev. James Orem, for the troops, 
(1723) 2215; the Palatines of Ger- 
mantown, N. Y., petition for dis- 
tribution of lands to them, 
granted, (1724) 2218-19; a re- 



Burnet, William, Governor of New 
York (contimwd) 
view of the fur trade presented to, 
French missions, destruction of 
Schenectady, (1724) 2233-34; di- 
rects the Dutch church of New 
York City to pay the back quit- 
rents, (1725) 2242-43; presents an 
organ to the Dutch church of New 
York, (1727) 1520, 2397; is noti- 
fied that the Dutch intend to 
build a second church edifice, 
(1727) 2375; writes to the Bishop 
of London that the Presbyterians 
of Jamaica have begun a suit for 
the recovery of the church build- 
ing in that place, (1727) 2392; 
allusions, 2549, 2552, 3025, 3107 

Burnetsfield, ( Burnitsfield, German 
Flatts), N. Y., 2676, 2706, 2722- 
23, 3245, 3266, 3286 

Burr, Aaron, 3928 

Burroughs, John, 369 

Burroughs, Thomas, 1149, 1181, 1312, 
1550-51 

Burt (Burtt, Burte, Burke), Samuel, 
1133, 1139, 1148, 1174, 1176, 1178, 
1322 

Burton, Dr, (1763) 3864 

Burum (Burem), John a, 332 

Bush, Jakobus, 4074 

Bushwick ( Bushwyck, Boschwyck, 
Boswyk), the people of, engage a 
schoolmaster, (1662) 529; the in- 
habitants take oath to the re- 
stored Dutch government, (1673) 
633; subscribes to ransom captives 
to the Turks, 1064; Freeman has a 
private contract to preach at, 
(1706) 1634; Freeman seeks a 
civil license to be preacher of 
Bushwick, Brooklyn, Midwout 
(Flatbush) and New Utrecht, 
(1706) 1643; allusions to, 1648, 
1800, 1802, 1980, 1995, 2008, 2084- 
85; Freeman is, perhaps, the legal 
pastor of, (1709) 1799; Freeman 
writes to classis by order of the 
churches of Brooklyn, Midwout 
(Flatbush), Bushwick and New 
Utrecht, (Apr. 1712) 1927, 2738, 



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87 



Bushwick (Bushwyck, Boschwyck, 
Boswyk) (continued) 
2782, 2784, 2792, 2803, 2823, 3074, 
3080, 3102, 3190, 3331, 3559, 3565, 
3581, 3732, (1784) 4317, (1800) 
4387 

Busschovius, Rev. Hermanus, min- 
ister at Weesp, Holland, 33 

Bussier, Rev. Harmanus Bouman, 
1099 

Bussing, Arent, at Harlem, (1749) 
3085 

Bussing (Busing), Johannes, 2476 

Bussing, John Christopher, writes, 
" God's Children Made Conform- 
able to the Image of God's Son'" 
3341, 3882 

Bussing, Peter, 2121, 2793, 2795, 
2797, 3583, 3727, 3748 

Buting, Ame, 4169 

Butler, Captain, 2140 

Butler, Lieutenant, 3402 

Butter, Dr, 1787 

Euurs, Rev. Henry, 2765 

Buurt, Rev, A[drianus], 3699-3703, 
3713, 3916, 4114, 4116, 4125, 
4164 

Buyl, William, 2376 

Buys, Abram, 2502, 2505, 2582 

Buys, Jacob, 2269, 2329 

Buys [Willem], Pensionary of Am- 
sterdam, the deputies of classis re- 
quested to write to, about the 
Dutch churches of New York, as 
political matters are involved, 
(1707) 1682; a report expected 
from him on the rights of the 
Dutch church in New York, 1689; 
promises assistance, (1709) 1803 

Buzzards' Bay, Mass., 1712 

Bydner, Rev. Gudlop, see Budner, 
Rev. Gudlop 

Byerley (Byerly), T. 1963-64, 2009, 
2145 

By-laws of the coetus, 3004 

Byvanck, Evert, churchmaster, (1735) 
2101, (1748) 3025; elder, (1750) 
3124, 3287, 3413, 3830, 3909, 3922, 
4151, 4180-81, 4211, 4260 

Byvanck, John, 1004 



Byvanck, Peter, churchmaster, (1762) 
2101, 401S, 40S2 

Caaiji, Rev. Cuhen, 2909 
Caatsban (Kaatsban), (1784) 4318 
Cabbeljauw, Rev. Peter, 185 
Cachanuage, see Caghnawaga 
Cadaracqui, see Cataraqui 
Cadiz, Spain, 1340 

Caenen (Coenen), Thomas, 768, 813 
Caghnawaga, ( Cachanuage, Cagna- 
waga, Caknawage, Caughnawaga, 
Cocknewage, Conewago, Conewango, 
Kachanuage, Kagnawage), N. Y., 
877, 1361, 1374, 1383, 1583, 3107, 
3401-2, (1784) 4319, (1800) 4383, 
4389 
Cahanock, 285 
Cajana, see Guiana 
Cajenquirago, an Indian, 1181-82 
Caknawaga, see Caghnawaga 
Calden, Rev. Petrus, 1099 
Caldwell, Capt. William, 1558 
Caleb, Rev., an Indian, 868, 882 
Calendar, Danish, among the books 

of Jonas Bronck, 168 
Calendar of the Brodhead ecclesias- 
tical material, 16, 23 
Calhoun, Orange county, N. Y., 1245 
Call of a second minister to the 
church of New York, (1698) 1180- 
1222, (1716) 2076-81 
Calli^res-Bonnevue, Louis Hector de, 

governor of Canada, 1223, 1374 
Callior, see Calli&res 
Calls, ministerial, (1619) 4218-19, 
(1771) 4215; form of, (1787) 
4343, (1790) 4354 
Calls, 91-109, 3199; forms of (1636) 
for ministers going to the colonies, 
89, 91, 92; for comforters of the 
sick, 89, 96; for schoolmasters, 91, 
97 ; for candidates, 94 ; for chap- 
lains of ambassadors, 99 ; for min- 
isters going to Russia, 100; for 
candidates going in the navy, 103; 
for ministers going to Smyrna, 
106. See also Instructions 
Calls, in America, must be approved 
by the coetus, (1749) 3101 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Calverslager, see Kalverslager 

Calvert, [Philip], Secretary of Mary- 
land, 453 

Calvin, [Jean], 720. 2385; copy of 
his " Institutes" among the books 
of Jonas Bronck, 168 

Calvinism, 71, 72 

Calvinists, ( Cauluinest ) , 70, 72, 1(54, 
341, 720, 879, 880, 884; in the 
Palatinate, 1674, 1829 

Camberville (Camberwell), England, 
1792, 1817, 1818, 1829-31 

Cambridge University, England, 170, 
187, 720, 4084 

Cambridge, Mass., 1172, 1394. See 
also Harvard College 

Camp, (Kamp, Geruiantown ) , N. Y., 
2095, 2687, 3563, 3644, 3732; Rev. 
G. D. Cock called to, 3830, 3832- 
33, 3952-59, 4008, 4012, 4035, 4041, 
4059, 4068-69, 4154, 4165, 4244, 
(1784) 4318 

Campbell, Rev. Alexander, (1731) 
2562, 2565 

Campbell, Archibald, 1598 

Campbell, Neil, 4047 

Campen [Kampen], Holland, 305, 
573 

Campion, Mr, 1833-35 

Camps, Rev. de, 4182 

Canada, Jesuits laboring in, (1642- 
64) 214, 215, 436-37, see Jogues, 
Bressani ; Father Poncet in, ( 1653 ) 
315, 316; Father LeMoyne in, 
(1654) 404-5, 434, 438-39; a men- 
ace to New York, (1664) 559-60; 
allusions, 879, 904, 926, 938-40, 
946, 958 ; suggestions that th Eng- 
lish should seize, (1689) 981, 992, 
996, 1006; New York Indians move 
to, 1004, 1008-9, 1039; allusions, 
1018, 1024, 1068-70, 1084, 1094-98, 
1122-23, 112.5-26, 1132, 1170; fears 
of invasion from, (1696) 1173, 
1181-82, 1215, 1222-23, 1225, 1241, 
1251-52, 1263, 1288-89, 1303, 1309; 
Dellius prevents the Indians going 
to Canada, (1690) 1322, 1358, 
1361-62, 1364; seeks to seduce the 
Five Nations from English allegi- 
ance, (1700) 1367, 1374-75, 1377- 



Canada — (continued) 

84, 1408-9, 1415, 1433; a menace 
to New York, 2672-73, 3107; 
Schuyler and Dellius sent on a 
mission to, by Bellomont, (1698) 
1222; their report, 1225-27; plea 
of Dellius for compensation for 
this expedition, (1714) 2047; 
Domine Haegar, chaplain to Pala- 
tine troops sent to, (1711) 1886, 
1896; Palatines plead for land for 
their services, (1720) 2148, 2169, 
2196, (1764) 3940, (1776) 4299, 
(1800) 4382 
Canaghkonje, an Indian, 1181 
Canajoharie (Conojohary, Elanajo- 
harry), N. Y., 2635, 2934, 3285, 
3399, 3484, (1784) 4319, 4383, 
4389 
Canary islands, 37, 982, 1789 
Canassadagas (Kanasadaga), 1583 
Candidates for the ministry, (1636) 

90, (1748) 3034 
Candidius, Rev. George, (1640) 128; 
sent to the East Indies, (1644) 184 
Caner, Rev. Henry, Anglican at Bos- 
ton, rector of Kings Chapel, 3735; 
writes to S. P. G. concerning the 
incorporation of a " Society for 
Promoting Christian Knowledge," 
(1762) 3834, 3909-10 
Cannon, Rev. James, (1800) 4390 
Canons of Dort, see Dordrecht 
Canossadeor, an Indian, 1070 
Canossioone ( The Five Nations ) , 

1215 
Canowarighare, see Canajoliarie 
Canpir, Yan Wels, 3217 
Cansey, England, 1786 
Canterbury, Archbishop of, Classis of 
Amsterdam to write to, in behalf 
of the persecuted Reformed 
churches of South Scotland, ( 1639 ) 
122; ministers to be certified to, by, 
(1686) 915; has jurisdiction over 
province, 1081; Lords of Trade write 
to, about importance of Anglican 
missionaries among the Five Na- 
tions, (1700) 1426; Mr Jamieson 
requested to write to, about the 
state of the church in New York, 



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89 



Canterbury, Archbishop of (cont'd) 
(1708) 1704; the S. P. G. asks ad- 
vice from, about supplying the 
Palatines with ministers, (1709) 
1739; the vestry of Trinity Church, 
New York, writes to, reviewing 
their history, and soliciting help 
to finish their church, (1709) 
1768; writes a letter to the Mo- 
hawk Indians, (1712) 1968; ad- 
vises with the king about mission- 
aries to the Six Nations and the 
Palatines, (1716) 2108, 2115; au- 
thorizes the Moravians to labor 
among the Indians, (1744) 2848, 
2853 ; correspondence with Rev. Dr 
Samuel Johnson about Kings Col- 
lege and the condition of the 
church, (1753-55) 3388, 3484, 
3503-5, (1758-67) 3716-18, 3727- 
29, 3734-36, 3745-46, 3803, 3816- 
17, 3833-34, 3841, 3864, 3940, 4084, 
4098 

Canterbury, England, 900 Walloons 
at, (1634) 117, 1779, 1827, 1839 

Cantine (Cantien), Matthew, 3621 

Cantine, Moses, 4033 

Cantine (Cantyn, Canteyn), Peter, 
3437, 3746 

Cantius, Rev., 202. Probably the 
same as Rev. John Bantius, who is 
mentioned on the same and pre- 
ceding pages 

Cantwell (Kantwell), Captain Ed- 
[mund], 673-74, 676 

Cape Colony (Cabo, Cape of Good 
Hope), 22, 869, 1680-81, 1701, 
2537, 2642, 2678 2855, 2880, 2923, 
2925, 2952, 2985, 3105, 3342, 3639, 
3724; ooetus of, 3657, 4059, 4164, 
4266 

Cape May, N. J., 1593 

Cape of Good Hope, see Cape Colony 

Capel, Sir Henry, 961 
Capitals, on pillars in North 
church, (1769) 4170 



( 'apitein. Rev. Johannes Elova, quali- 
fied as minister at D'Elmina, 
2278 
Capitulation of New Netherland, 
(1664) 557-60, 669, 1657-58. See 
also Surrender 
Captives, redemption of, 1340, 1519 
Cardell, Cardie, see Cardwell 
Cardonnell ( Cardonelle ) , Mr, 1730, 

1838 
Cardwell ( Cardell, Cardie ) , Thomas, 
high sheriff of Queens county, 
(1704) 1570, (1712) 1900, 1906 
Carey, Matthew, 4355 
Carfbile, Carboyle, see Kerfbyl 
Caribbean (Carebbie) islands, 334, 

610, 956, 970 
Carillon, Rev., chaplain to the 

Dutchess of Orleans, 929 
Carle, Joannes, 3544 
Carlisle (Caryl), Pa., 2746, 4097 
Carman, John, 2131 
Carman, William, 2128, 2135 
Carmarthen, [Thomas Osborne, Ist 

Marquis of], 1002 
Carmer, Henry, 980 
Carolina, allusions to, 956, 970; 
Palatines sent to, 1729, 1754, 1789, 
1828-29, 1831, 1837, 1884, 2673 
Carolus, Rev. Laurentius, Lutheran, 

(1662) 521-22 
Caron, Nicholas, 2123 
Carp, Rev., 2808, 2810, 2830 
Carpenter, Benjamin, (1761) 3806 
Carpenter, Hope, 1518, 1850 
Carpenter, John, 922, 2131 
Carpenter, Samuel, 1585 
Carpentier (De Carpentier), Rev. 
Caspar, minister in Amsterdam, 
(1650) 270, 275, 351, 381, 396; 
dies, (1667) 589, 959, 969<» 
Carpentier, Hon. Councillor [Pieter 

de?], 108-9 
Carpentier (De Carpentier), Rev. 
John, (1658) 425 



a See Corwln's Manual of 1902, page 362, for a Rev. Caspar Carpentier, who 
was at New Castle, Delaware, in 16..7, and died 1684. 



90 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Carpentier (De Carpentier, Carpen- 
ter), Rev. Roelandus, ordained as 
chaplain for Admiral Engel de 
Ruyter's fleet, (1674) 644; report 
of his work, 661-62; his death, 
(1682) 823 

Carr, Captain John, 607, 609, 674 

Garr, Robert, 559 

Carr6, Louis, a merchant at New 
York, (1699) 1322; an elder of 
the French church, (1714, 1725) 
2023, 2240 

Carroll, Archbishop, (1790) 4345 

Carru, Sir Alexander, 1788 

Carshaden, Robert, 4172 

Carstense, Anna Maria, 2097 

Carsterssen, Johan, from Barlt, 
Schleswig-Holstein (not N. Brab- 
ant, as printed), 153 

Carter, Mr, 1826 

Carter, Nicholas (Nikles), 369, 464, 
500 

Carter, William, 1690, 1740-42, 1792 

Carteret, [John, 2d] Lord, Secretary 
of State, 2192, 2215 

Carteret, Sir George, 542, 569, 1593 

Carteret, Philip, governor of New 
Jersey, 570 

Cartwright, George, 559, 564 

Caryl, Pa., see Carlisle, Pa. 

Cascarius, Rev., 591 

Casco, 998 

Case, John, a physician, Oxford, 
England, (1642) 156 

Cason, Mr, 3132 

Casseber, Rev. Frederic, in Brazil, 42<i 

Castaneus, Henry Lewis, 156 

Castile, 155 

Castle island, 37 

Cat (Chats) Indians, 321 

Catalog of the members of the Classis 
of Amsterdam, (1644) 182; of the 
contents of the old archives of the 
Classis of Amsterdam, 4395-4405 

Catalogs of Franeker University, of 
Groningen University, 28, 4410; 
of Leyden University, 28, 81, 573, 
4411-12; of Utrecht University, 
4413 



Catalogs of the Popes, of the Coun- 
cils, of Heresies, by Father Le 
Moyne, (1658) 404, 427, 438. See 
also Le Moyne and Megapolensis, 
John 

Cataraqui (Cadarackue, Cadaracqui, 
Cadarokoui, Cataracqui, Catarau- 
gua, Cataracouy, Katarokhoey ) , 
F'ort, 938, 940, 977, 1123, 1358, 
1415, 2234, 2921 

Cataraqui (Cadaracqui), Lake of, 
1583 

Cataraqui (Cadarokoui), river, 3107 

Catechetical instruction, 2338-43 

Catechising in the church of New 
Amsterdam, (1660) 488, 542, 
(1683) 865-69, 4106, 4170 

Cathechism for Long Island Indians 
by Rev. Thomas James, (1668) 
598-99 

Catechism, Luther's Complete, 168 

Catechism, of Rev. John Megapolen- 
sis, (1645-46) entitled " Examina- 
tion and Confession," etc., sent to 
Holland, (1648) 254-55, 275-76; 
the W. I. Company approves, 
classis objects, 287, 296 ; published, 
347; classis objects, 347, 349, 352 

Catechism, of Rev. Theodore Freling- 
huysen, (1748) 301&-19, 3028, 3055, 
3065-66, 3101, 3140 

Catechism, of Zeeland, not to be used, 
(1643) 177 

Catechisms, having the older forms 
of the baptismal formula, sent 
over, (1660) 473 

Catechismus Ursini, 282 

Catechist, desired by Trinity Church, 
(1704) 1552 

Catechists in the Dutch church, 3212, 
3651, 3729, 4106, 4170 

Catechumens, names in Dutch church, 
(1698) 1231, 1234-39, 1367, 200; 
colored catechumens in Trinity 
Church, (1705) 1609 

Catholic chaplains of Governor 
Dongan, 877 

Catholic church, see Roman Catholic 
church 



a This is probably a misprint for Frederic Kesseler, or Kesselerus ; see list of 
ministers in Brazil on p. 20 of this Index. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECOKDS 



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Catskill (Katskill, Katshiel, Leeds), 
Jan Dircksen of Bremen required 
to hold services on Sunday, (1649) 
248; Domine Weiss at, (1733) 
2631; Daniel Bratt, chorister at, 
removes to New York, (1748) 
3025; calls Schuneman to be its 
pastor, (1751) 3199, 3300, 3375, 
3405; visited by Theodore Freling- 
huysen, (1755)' 3547, 3561, 3583; 
allusions, 4211, 4243, 4246, (1784) 
4319, (1800) 4383, 4389 

Cattenburgh, in Amsterdam, 582 

Caughnawaga, see Caghnawaga 

Cauzius, Rev., 2809 

Cave, Thomas, an elder in the Pres- 
byterian church at Amsterdam, 181 

Caveats (Cavat), against application 
for a church charter in Kings 
county, (1711) 1886; in Albany, 
2092, 2150 

Cavileir, John, 933 

Cayinquivagoe (Kayenquiragoe) , 

1124, 1215 

Cayugas (Cayougas, Caijouges, Ca- 
yougers), 993, 1019-20, 1169, 1215, 
1350, 1358-59, 1380-81, 1867, 2008, 
2070 

Cazale, Jean, 1699 

Cazalet, X., 2237 

Cazaly, Francis, 2240 

Cecil county, Md., 876 

Cemetery, cemeteries, churchyard, 
1137, 1140, 1143, 1158, 1163, 1180. 
Hee also Burial places, Charnel 
house, Graveyards 

Censure, (1771) 4222, 4225 

Censure of the New York consistory 
upon Domine Ritzema and his re- 
ply, (1755) 3574-77 

Census of New York, by counties, 
(1712) 1954, (1723) 2100-97 

Centennial discourses, (1876) 4230, 
4323 

Central New York, see Indian mis- 
sions 

Ceremonies, (1771) 4223 



Certificates for church members, 
(1771) 4226 

Certificates for ministers, readers, 
candidates, teachers, etc., (1636) 
89-108; of baptism, membership, 
(1701) 1480 

Ceylon, 19, 22, 908, 1843, 2678, 2819 

Chadock, Thomas, 684 

Challoner, [Rev. Dr Richard], his re- 
vision of the Douai Bible, 4355 

Chalmers, [George] on the English 
Revolution (1688-89) 961, 1097 

Chamberlain, Rev. [Theophilus], 
(1766) 4078 

Chamberlayne, John (Chamberlain), 
Secretary S. P. G., appeals, 
through the Board of Trade, to 
Queen Anne, for assistance to the 
missionaries going to America, 
(1704) 1555, 1739-41, 1788, 1906, 
1960; writes to the Lords of 
Trade about the Palatines, (1709) 
1692-94, 1745 

Chambers [Kamers, Branches], of 
the East and West India Com- 
panies, 38, 80, 159, 161; the five 
chambers of the West India Com- 
pany, 245 

Chambers, John, -Judge, one of the 
vestry of Trinity Church, 2561, 
2714,^2796, 2927, 2997, 3017, 3220, 
3396, 3435, 3478, 3482, 3515, 3518, 
3544, 3554 

Chambers, Rev. Dr Talbot W., 16, 
2747 

Chambers, Thomas, 446, 501, 539 

Chambers' Creek, see Quassaic Creek 

Chambly, an Indian village, 1226, 
1583 

Champante, Mr, 1393, 1437, 1686 

Champion, Thomas, 665 

Champlain, Lake, 316, 3107, 4257 

Chancery Court, in New York, (1724) 
2216-17, 2224, 2242; one proposed 
for New Jersey, (1713) 1992; ses- 
sion at Jamaica, N. Y., (1771) 
4231-34 



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THE U2v'IVERSlTY OF THE STATE OF I^EW YORK 



Chandler,*! Rev. Thomas Bradbury, 
(1726-90) wrote life of Rev. Dr 
Samuel Johnson, 3515; allusions, 
3735, 3841, 3864-65, 3890, 4084; 
his "appeal," 4113-14, 4116; pro- 
English attitude, 4186 (1775) 
4292, 4299 

Chapel of Ease, origin of St Paul's 
church, New York City, (1763) 
3910 

Chapels, (1) Stuyvesant's chapel on 
the Bowery, (1660) 489; (2) 
Dongan's Roman Catholic chapel 
in the fort, (1683-88) 877, 879; 
(3) Anglican chapel in the fort, 
(1693) 1074, 1090-91, 1311, see 
also Anglican chapel, King's 
Chapel; (4) Chapel of Ease, St 
George's Chapel, (1748) 3017, see 
also St George's Chapel; (5) St 
Paul's Chapel [or Church] (Sec- 
ond Chapel of Ease), (1763) 
3910-11 

Chapels in the forts, in the Mohawk 
country, supported by Queen Anne, 

(1711) 1891, 1914, 1918, (1712) 
1967, 2008-9 

Chaplain for the Assembly, Cornbury 
recommends, (1702) 1502; one 
proposed for the Dutch British 
troops going to Canada, (1709) 
1760-61, 1770-71; for the Palatine 
British troops going to Canada, 

(1712) 1961. /Sfee aiso Van Vleck, 
Hagar 

Chaplains, British, 877, 879-81, 893, 
992, 999, 1037. See also Anglican 
chaplains 

Chaplains (Ministers), Dutch, <1771) 
4219; form of appointment, and 
instructions for, on " Men of War," 
(1636) 10.3-6, 241, 281-83; on 
Dutch ships, 95 ; accompanying an 
ambassador, 99; to Vice Admiral 



Chaplains (Ministers), Dutcli (cont'd) 
Meppel, 591 ; to Heer Goph [van 
Gogh], Dutch ambassador to Eng- 
land, (Rev. Nicholas Van Rens- 
selaer), 678 

Chaplains, French, 929 

Chaplains in the Dutch armies and 
navies; Blom, Hermanus, ap- 
pointed, but declines, (1657) 376; 
Carpentier, Roelandus (1674) 644, 
661; Selyns, Henricus (1674) 
672, 676, 682; Uythagen, Cnaeus 
C, (1678) 707 

Chappell, Francis, 1022 

Charcoal (Manor of Fordham), 2834 

Charenton (not Clarenton, as 
printed), France, Synod of, (1644) 
2295 

Charity of Queen Anne and the Eng- 
lish people toward the Palatine 
refugees, (1709-11) 1724-50, 1752- 
53 ; brief history of Palatine refu- 
gees, 1774-94; allusions to, 1823, 
1825, 1832-41 

Charles I, 170, 1082, 1679 

Charles II, grants New Netherland 
to his brother James, Duke of 
York, English policy in the cap- 
ture of New Netherland, (1664) 
545, 559-560, 1591; allusions, 564, 
568; his letter to the States Gen- 
eral respecting the return of all 
places, taken during the recent 
war, to their former owners, 
(1674) 644; allusions, 843, 873, 
896, 1012-13, 1180, 1691 

Charles X Gustavus, King of Swe- 
den, 459 

Charles Louis, Elector Palatine, 1782 

Charleston, Montgomery county, 
N. Y., 4383, 4389 

Charlotte, county of, 4245 

Charlton, Richard, teacher at Hemp- 
stead, L. I., (1672) 623 



o Rev. Dr Thomas Brarlbury Chandler (1726-00^ was rector at EUzabethtown, 
N. J. 17ol-&0, except during the Revolution, when he was in England. He pub- 
lished (1767) "An Appeal in Behalf of the Church of England in America." This 
was answered by Rev. Dr Chauncey of Boston, which led to a rejoinder — "The 
Appeal Defended" Q771i, and "The Appeal Further Defended." He was also 
the author of "A Life of Rev. Dr Samuel Johnson," first president of Kings College. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



93 



Charlton, Rev. Richard, appointed 
catechist in Trinity Church, 

(1732) 2591; preaches in Trinity 
Church, (1737) 2681; still cate- 
chist, (1746) 2933; rector on 
Staten Island, (1747-77) 3834, 
3864, 3890 

Charnel house in Trinity churchyard, 
(1704) 1564; in the Dutch church- 
yard on Garden street; when 
vaults become full, the consistory 
will rebury the bones at the ex- 
pense of the owner of the vault, 

(1733) 2617 

Charnell, Monsieur, Intendant at 
Nancy, (1686) 928 

Charter governments, 1081, 3910 

Charter of Albany, (1686) 2634 

Charter of Liberties for the province 
of New York, (1683) 864, 894-96, 
913; annulled, 915 

Charter of New York City, (1683) 
871, 981 

Charter rights of the Collegiate 
Church of New York City, (1762) 
3819, 3821, 3827-28, 3837-38, 3899, 
3900, 3944, 3986-88, 4005, 4014, 
4020, 4051-52, 4072-73, 4094, 
4104-5. See also Collegiate Church 

Charter rights of the Dutch churches 
not to be aflfected by anything in 
the articles of union, (1771) 4217; 
or in the revised church order, 
(1787) 4346, 4358, 4360-61 

Charters, denominational, (1775) 
4287 

Charters of churches, see Church 
charters 

Charters, general : ( 1 ) East India 
Company, (1624) 38, 158, 176; 
(2) English charters, 560; (3) 
New Netherland Company, (1614) 
188; (4) West India Company, 
(1641) 158, 1657; (5) patroon- 
ships, (1629) 46, 75, (1633 not 



Charters, general [continued) 

1630 as printed), 78-79; (6) 
patroonships (new charter), 
(1640) 129, 130; (7) Stuyvesant's 
Commission, (1646) 209-10; (8) 
charter of liberties, (1683) 864- 
65; (9) New York City charter, 
(1686, 1732) 2608; (10) Albany 
city charter, (1686) 2634; (11) 
Penn's charter for Pennsylvania, 
(1681) 759; (12) Kings College 
charter, 31, 3478-82, 3484, 3501; 
opposition to, 3354-3461, 3478, 
3480-84, 3612; text of charter, 
3506-14; additional charter for a 
Dutch professorship of divinity in 
said college, 3554-56, 4143a, see 
also Church charters; (13) Kings 
county, L. I., (1711) 1885-87; (14) 
Princeton College charter, 31, 
4315; (15) Queens College char- 
ter, (1766) 31, 4074; efforts made 
for a charter, (1761) 3812, 3843, 
(1763) 3862, 3928-29, 3961; char- 
ter obtained, (1766) 4122-23; al- 
lusions, 4134, 4263, 4266-67, 4269- 
70, 4274 

Chasmoor, Richard R. (Ritchard), 
497-98 

Chaufieury, Rev. Abrnham, 2014 

Chauncey, Rev. Dr Charles, (1753) 
3399; (1768) 4113-156 

Chenango, Broome county, N. Y., 
4383 

Cherokee nation, (1770) 4187 

Chew, Joseph, esq., 4173 

Chesapeake bay, 453 

Chester, England, 1831 

Chettery (Swatara), Pa., 2177 

Children of mixed marriages (Prot- 
estant and Roman Catholic) in 
the Palatinate, (1705) 1601 

China, 946 

Chisam, Robert, 684 

Christie, Johannes, 3635, 3693 



a This " additional charter " was never put on record. The original parchment 
copy Is at the treasurer's office, US Fulton street. New York ; but certain lines, 
where folds have been made, are becoming illegible. The writer made a copy, so 
far as readable, In 1910, and this is among his documents relating to the Col- 
legiate Church. 

b Chauncey, Rev. Dr Charles (170.5-87), pastor in Boston, 1727-07. I^ubllshed 
"A Complete "View of the Episcopacy," being the substance of a dlsrussion with 
Dr (Chandler, of New Jersey ; " Remarlis on the Bishop of Llandaff's Sermon " 
(1767) and other pieces. 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Christie, William, 3635, 3693 
Chukonot, Montgomery county, N. Y., 

4383 
Church and school, 224-25, 286 
Church and state, 3638, (1768) 4118- 

22 
Church buildings, churches to be 

built in every parish. Duke's laws, 

(1665) 570 
Church buildings in New York City 
before 1800: 

1 Reformed Dutch churches: (1) 
The Church, (1628) 52; (2) On 
Pearl street, (1633) 85, 119, 216, 
347,355; (3) In the fort, (1642) 
163-66, 216, 254-60, 266-67, 623, 
629, 649-50a; (4) On Garden 
street, (1680) 763, 879-80, 953, 
1659; (5) On Nassau street, 

(1729) 2456; (6) German Re- 
formed church, on Nassau street, 

(1758) 3724; (7) On William 
street, between Fulton and Ann 
streets, (1769) 4139 

2 Anglican churches : ( 1 ) Trinity 
Church, on Broadway, 1698; (2) 
St George's Chapel, Beekman and 
Cliflf streets, (1752) 490; (3) 
St Paul's Chapel, Broadway 

(1766) 490; (4) Christ Church, 
Ann street (1794) 490; (5) St 
Mark's Church, Eighth street 
and Second avenue, (1799) 490; 

3 Lutheran churches : ( 1 ) Dutch 
Lutheran church, (1668) 3890; 
(2) Broadway and Rector street 
(Dutch), (1675); (3) Frankfort 
and William streets (German), 

(1767) 4111 

4 Presbyterian churches: (1) Wall 
street (1718); (2) Scotch Pres- 
byterian church. Cedar street, 
(1756); (3) Brick Presbyterian 
church, Beekman street (1768) 

5 Methodist churches, John street 
(1768) 

See also respective names of these 
churches 



Church charters, charters or acts of 
incorporation only granted by 
the English government to Dutch 
Reformed and Anglican churches, 
31: 

1 Dutch Reformed church of New 
York City petitions for a char- 
ter, (Apr. 1688) 952-53; re- 
peats the petition, (Apr. 1695) 
1116-17; again (June 1695) 
1127-28; the charter signed, 
(May 11, 1696) 1136-65; allu- 
sions, 1167, 1172; fee for the 
charter, (July 1696) 1168-69; 
allusions, 1183, 1188, 1195, 1200, 
1232, 1242-43, 1262, 1266, 1269, 
1280, 1284, 1338-39; Bellomont's 
remarks on, (1698) 1274; 
Weaver's remarks on, (1699) 
1283-84; amendment suggested, 
but not sought, (1731) 2551-52; 
amendments made and charter 
confirmed, (Dec. 12, 1753) 
3447-53; [the amendments 
proper, 3450-51] ; again amended 
and ratified, (1784) 4324; allu- 
sions to, 2016, 2148, 2150-51, 
2155, 2226, 2458, 3986, 4031, 
4074, 4081, 4083 

2 Trinity Church, New York City 
funds solicited for building of, 
(1696) 1168; petitions for a 
charter, (May 6, 1697) 1178-79; 
charter signed the same day, 
1179; text of the charter, 1136- 
65; Bellomont alleges defects in 
the charter, 1339; the charter 
superseded by an " act of incor- 
poration " by the Assembly, 
(1704) 1563-66; the charter or 
the patent (new Act of Incorpo- 
ration) sent to England, (1714) 
2052; allusions, 2015-16, 2018 

3 The five Dutch churches of 
Kings coimty, L. I. petition 
Governor Hunter for a charter, 
(Aug. 1, 1711) 1885-86; a 
caveat entered by Ingelben Lott 



a This building might have been claimed by the British, see (1706) 1658. 



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95 



Churcli charters {cot^tinued) 

against granting such a charter, 
(Sept. 13, 1711) 1886; order to 
show cause, report on petition 
and caveat, (Sept, 28, 1711) 
1887; caveat dismissed, petition 
granted, but charter not secured 

4 New Rochelle (French church, 
but which had conformed to the 
Anglican church ) , petitions for 
a charter, (1711) 1891; granted, 
1918, 1949, 1963 

5 Dutch church of Kingston peti- 
tions for a charter, (1712) 1933- 
34; reported favorably, (1712) 
1934; granted, (Nov. 16, 1719) 
2143; allusion, 4268 

6 Presbyterian church. Wall street. 
New York petitions for a char- 
ter, (Sept. 19, 1720a) 2173; op- 
posed by Trinity Church; not 
granted, 2174-76; title of the 
church property vested in the 
General Assembly of the Church 
of Scotland and certain other 
officials (May 16, 1730; Aug. 15, 
1732), 4047; another applica- 
tion (Mar. 30, 1759), not suc- 
cessful, 4083-84 ; application 
made directly to the king, 
(March 18, 1766; July 29, 
1766), not successful, 4046-48, 
4067, 4081, 4083, 4095, 4098-99 

7 Dutch church of Albany peti- 
tions for a charter, (Aug. 3, 
1720) 2148; caveat against 
granting said charter and answer 
thereto, (Aug. 6, 1720) 2150; re- 
quest favorably reported, (Aug. 
8, 1720) 2150-51; order to pre- 
pare it, 2151-52; text of the 
charter, (Aug. 10, 1720) 2152- 
68; allusion, 2092 

8 Dutch church of Schenectady se- 
cures a charter, (Aug. 23, 1734) 
2647-52 



Cliurch charters (continued) 

9 Chartet- for the five combined 
Dutch churches of Somerset 
county, N. J., viz. New Bruns- 
wick, Raritan, Six Mile Run, 
Millstone (now Harlingen), and 
North Branch (now Reading- 
ton), (June 7, 1753) 3382-84 

10 The Lutherans of New York City 
petition for a charter, (Feb. 8, 
1759) favorably reported, but, 
with similar petitions from dis- 
senting congregations, disallowed 
in England, again petitions, 
(1763) 3890-91, 3908, 3935, 
4048; but petition not granted, 
4083 

11 The Anglican church of Ja- 
maica, (1761) 3805-6 

12 The Dutch church of Tappan 
(or Orange), applies for a char- 
ter, (Feb. 8, 1763) 4083 

13 The French church of New 
York City petitions for a char- 
ter, (Mar. 16, 1763) 4083 

14 The Anglican church of Sche- 
nectady, (1765) 4026 

15 The Dutch churches of Ulster 
county, (Marbletown, Rochester, 
Wawarsink), petition, (1766) 
4075 

16 The Anglican church of New- 
burgh, (1770) 4172, 4183-84 

17 The Dutch church of Pough- 
keepsie, (1774) 4276, (1775) 
4287 

Review of efforts up to 1763 to 
obtain church charters, 2728, 
4083; only four non-Anglican 
churches, and these were all 
Dutch churches, had succeeded, 
(1763) 3908, 4048, 4083-84, 
4179, 4287 (In New Jersey all 
churches could obtain charters 
without opposition.) 
Church chest, treasury, 2359 



a A still earlier application for a charter had been made In Marcli 1720, to the 
acting Governor, Peter Schuyler, but Trinity Churcli opposed It. Miller's L^'e of 
Dr R(jdf/er8,p. l'M'<-M'i. A final attempt was made in 1774 to Governor Tryon, and 
this was successful, but the attorney to whom the matter was referred, as a 
formality, evaded the delivery of the charter, until the Revolution. Miller, p. 266-G7. 
166, 188. 



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Church discipline [or government], 
the Dutch to enjoy their own, 
(1664) 558, 562; all denominations 
to enjoy their own, under the re- 
stored Dutch government, (1673) 
629-636; the Dutch to enjoy their 
former privileges under the re- 
stored English government, (1674) 
662-64, (1683) 865, 884 

Church discipline (censure), of min- 
isters, Grasmeer, 283-95, 297, 
301-2, 312, 313; of members, 383, 
603, 762-64, 771, 819-20 

Church farm, alleged to belong to the 
crown, (1732) 2610, 2713, see 
Queen's farm 

Church federation, of the American 
Dutch church and the church of 
Holland proposed, (1765) 3972, 
(1768) 4114, 4116, (1768) 4120- 
25, 4128-35 

Church fellowship, (1704) 1559 

Church government, the Presbyterian 
system of Holland sent to the 
Westminster Assembly, (1644) 
185-86, 192 

Church in the fort, (1684) 880, 1030, 
1043, 2016 

Church judicatories, superior, (1771) 
4212-14 

Church order in Holland, the regula- 
tion of the colonial churches to 
be under the care of those classes, 
within whose bounds the East or 
West India Companies have their 
offices, (1624) 38, 39, 66-68, 74- 
81 ; the Classis of Amsterdam com- 
mits its duties to the Consistory of 
the Collegiate Church of Amster- 
dam, (1598-1636), (1628) 67; regu- 
lations of the classis on resuming 
direct control, (1636) 88-109, 110; 
further discussions and orders, 
(1642) 158-61, (1643) 173-74, 
176, (1644) 183-84, (1645) 190- 
92, (1646) 207-9,211, (1647) 218- 
23, (1648) 232, (1649) 260, (1650) 
277-78, (1657) 403-4; polity of 
the Synod of Dort accepted by the 
American Dutch church, (1771) 
4212; "plan of union" of the 



Church order in Holland (cont'd) 
parties, 4218-26; translation of 
the standards, and adaptation of 
the polity, (1788) 4348, 4352,4355- 
56 ; " explanatory articles " to be 
added to the polity, (1791) 4358, 
4363-64; General Convention to 
adopt the American church consti- 
tution, (1792) 4365-70; two par- 
ticular synods and a number of 
new classes constituted, (1800) 
4381-84 

Church union, 3165-G6, 3301, 3337, 
3372, 3790-92 ; opposition to, 3486, 
(1783) 4313-15, 4332, (1786) 
4339, 4342, 4345, 4360 

Church visitation, 2977-78, 3010, 
3231 

Church worship, the Dutch to have 
liberty in, (1664) 558; all denom- 
inations to have liberty in, (1673) 
629-36; the Dutch to enjoy their 
former rights, (1674) 662-64. See 
also Freedom of conscience 

Churches, land set apart for, in New 
Jersey, 569 

Churches, Reformed Dutch, list of, 
(1G28-99) 4407; partial lists of, 
(1771) 4211, (1772) 4245-48; 
list of, to be prepared, (1774) 
4283, (1784) 4317-19, (1800) 
4382-84, 4387-91 

Churches under the cross, (1619, 
1771) 4219; minister sent to 
churches in Flanders, (1629) 76 

Cliurchill, [John], Lord, member of 
the Privy Council, see Marl- 
borough, John C, first Duke of 

Churchill, [Sir] J[ohn], solicitor 
general to the Duke of York, 801 

Churchill, William, 968 

Churchmasters, 1032, 1205, 1208, 
1218; names of, (1701) 1462; to 
be chosen only by the consistory, 
1481; to be their own judges as to 
the necessity of repairs, (1703) 
1515; must meet on first Friday 
of each month, (1705) 1585; must 
meet with the consistory, 1559; al- 
lusions, 1904, 2060, 2076; list of, 
(1715-67) 2100-1 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



97 



Churclunasters (or wardens) of the 
Dutch church, alphabetically ar- 
ranged, 1715-67: Abeel, David, 
(1735) 2101; Abeel, Garret, (1764) 
2101; Abramse, Jacob, (1742) 
2101; Anthony, John, (1766) 
2101; Bancker, Adrian, (1740) 
2101; Bancker, Adrian, jr, (1757) 
2101; Bancker, Christopher, 
(1721) 2100; Bancker, Evert, 
(1749) 2101; Bayard, Nicholas, 
(1732) 2101; Bayaid, Nicholas, jr, 

(1764) 2101; Beekman, Gerard, 
(1728) 2101; Beekman, Gerard 

William, (±753) 2101; Benson, 
Robert, (1742; 2101; Bockee, 
Abraham, (1757) 2101; Bogert, 
Cornelius, (1744) 2101; Bogert, 
Hendrick, (1748) 2101; Bogert, 
Jacobus, (1761) 2101; Bojert, 
Nicholas, (1756) 2101; Brestedc, 
Peter, (1722) 2100; Brinckerhoflf, 
Dirck, (1755) 2101; Brinckerhoflf, 
Joris, (1737) 2101; Brouwer, Jere- 
miah, (1766) 2101; Brovort, John, 
(1747) 2101; Byvanck, Evert, 
(1735) 2101; Byvanck, Petrus, 
(1762) 2101; Clarkson, Wil- 
liam, (1730) 2101; Clopper, Cor- 
nelius, (1749) 2101; Clopper, 
Hendricus, (1756) 2101; Clopper, 
Peter, (1746) 2101; Cuyler, Henry, 
(1727) 2101; De Meyer, J., (1733) 
2101; De Peyster, William, (1743) 
2101; De Peyster, William, jr, 

(1765) 2101; Duryee, Johannes, 
(1755) 2101; Duyckinck, G., (1761) 
2101; French, Phillip, (1729) 2101; 
Goelet, Jacob, (1731) 2101; Groes- 
beck, John, (1734) 2101; Har- 
denbrock, Johannes, (1719) 2100; 
Hardenbrook, Abel, (1737) 2101; 
Hardenbrook, Johannis, (1760) 
2101; Haring, Elbert, (1741) 2101; 
Harsin, Gerrit, (1731) 2101; 
Housman, Andrew, (1767) 2101; 
Keteltas, Abraham, (1717) 2100; 
Keteltas, Garrit, (1720) 2100; 
Keteltas, Peter, (1752) 2101; Lef- 



Churchmasters (or wardens) of the 
Dutch church (continued) 
ferts, Abraham, (1723) 2100; Lef- 
ferts, Dirck, (1748) 2101; Le 
Roux, Charles, (1722) 2100; Lis- 
penard, Leonard, (1743) 2101; 
Lott, Abraham, (1754) 2101; Lott, 
Abraham, jr, (1758) 2101; Lott, 
Peter, (1744) 2101; Low, Cor- 
nelius, (1718) 21C0; Low, Petrus, 
(1758) 2101; Lynsen, Abraham, 
(1736) 2101; Moene, Jacobus, 

(1716) 2100; Marschalk, Andrew, 
(1763) 2101; Marschalk, Francis, 
(1736) 2101; Marschalk, Jo- 
hannys, (1732) 2101; Marschalk, 
Peter, (1739) 2101; Promine, 
Lucas, (1750) 2101; Rapalje, 
Rem., (1762) 2101; Rapalye, 
Garret, (1759) 2101; Ray, Richard, 

(1751) 2101; Richards, Paul, 
(1726) 2100; Roome, Henry, 
( 767) 2101; Rooseboom, Wil- 
liam, ^1720) 2100; Roosevelt, Cor- 
nelius, (1763) 2101; Roosevelt, 
Isaac, (17j4) 2101; Roosevelt, 
Jacobus, (1724) 2100; Roosevelt, 
Jacobus, jr, (1759) 2101; Roose- 
velt, John, (1719) 2100 Roosevelt, 
Nicholas, (1750) 2101; Rr«s, Ger- 
rit, (1729) 2101; Ruke, Hendrick, 

(1740) 2101; Rutgers, Harruan, 

(1738) 2101; Rutgers, Harmanus, 
(1725) 2100; Rutgers, Petrus, 
(1734) 2101; Schuyler, Brandt, 

(1741) 2101; Smith, Bernard, 
(1725) 2100; Stoutenburgh, Isaac 
jr, (1765) 2101; Stuyer, Andrew, 
(1751) 2101; Ten Eyck, Abraham, 

(1739) 2101; Ten Eyck, Jacob, 

(1717) 2100; Turk, Cornelius, 
(1738) 2101; Turk, Jacobus, 
(1747) 2101; Van Courtlandt, 
Frederick, (1727) 2101; Van 
Courtlandt, Stephanus, (1715) 
2100; Van der Heil, Johannes, 
(1715) 2100; Van der Spiegel, 
J. C, (1718) 2100; Van Dyck, 
Richard, (1753) 2101; Van Home, 



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Churchmasters (or wardens) of the 
Dutch church (continued) 
Abraham, (1716) 2100; Van 
Home, Cornelius, sr, (1723) 2100; 
Van Ranst, Cornelius, (1745) 2101; 
Van Vleck, Abraham, (1724) 
2100; Van Wagenen, Huybert, 
(1760) 2101; Van Wyck, Abraham, 
(1726) 2100; Van Wyck, Theo- 
dore, (1745) 2101; Van Zandt, 
Wynant, (1728) 2101; Vaughton, 
Michael, (1721) 2100; Vreden- 
burgh, William, (1746) 2101 

Churchwardens, to be appointed in 
every parish. Duke's laws, (1665) 
570-72; to be chosen in the six 
parishes mentioned in the min- 
istry bill (1693), by all the free- 
holders, 1077-79; for Trinity 
Church, in New York City, to be 
chosen, henceforth, only the Angli- 
can communicants, according to 
new act of incorporation of Trinity 
Church, (1704) 1565; ecclesiastical 
churchwardens and city church- 
wardens to be distinguished, (1704) 
1552, 1909-10,0 (1771) 4231-34 

Choristers (Voorsangers, Voorlesers, 
Precentors), Adam (Roelandsen) 
Rolands, (1637) 122; John Wal- 
raven, (1646) 201; Jan Stevensen, 
(1642-48) 237, 242; Pieter Van- 
der Linde, (1648) 242; Willem 
Vestensz (Vestius) (1649) 265, 
269, 271, 333; Domine Schaats, at 
Albany, (1657) 386; Harmanus 
Van Hoboocken, (1655) 336, 522; 
Evert Pietersen, (1662) 522, 932; 
Isaac Stoutenburg, Jacobus Stout- 
enburg, Huybert Van Wagenen, 
Jan Van Arnnem, (1746) 2938, 
3395; Johan Nicholas Welp, (1755) 
3614, (1770) 4184, 4201, 4260-61; 
Anthony Welp, 4260 

Chrifisomo, Abraham, 3462 

Christ, praise of, 168; eternal gen- 
eration of, 3835 



Christ Church, Ann street. New York, 
the second Anglican church (not 
in Trinity corporation), in New 
York, (1794) 490 

Christenings, at Germantown, N, Y., 
(1713) 2004, 2347-48 

Christiaens, Annetje, wife of Warner 
Wessels, 1061-62 

Christian Intelligencer, 73 

Christian Mohawks, ask for Prot- 
estant teachers, (1691) 1018. See 
also Indian missions 

Cnristmas, (1619) 4224; allusions, 
488, 656-58, 2499, 2510, 2739, 2804 

Circles (Circuits, Rings, Classes), 
2688, 2978, 3064, 3114, 3135-36, 
3140, 4142 

Circuit Court of the U. S., 2224 

Circular letters, 2683, 3493, 3589, 
3608, 3730-32; for General Con- 
vention, (1771) 4209, 4227; for 
Second Convention, (1771) 4217, 
4240-42, 4248, 4286 

Citations by the Consistory of Rari- 
tan, 2201, 2205-12, 2246, 2418 

Citizenship, the Dutch to receive cer- 
tificates of English citizenship, 
when requested, (1664) 558 

City charters, New York City, (1686, 
1732) 2608 

City church vestry, (1694) 1092, 
(1695) 1112, 1114-15, (1696) 
1133-35, 1147-48, 1160, 1174-76, 
1186, 1218-19 

City churchwardens, (1694) 1092, 
(1695) 1112, 1114-15, (1696) 1133- 
34, 1147-48, 1160, 1174-76 

City Hall, New York, 563 

City Tavern, may be used for a pub- 
lic school, (1652) 307-8 

City vestry, may call the ministers 
in New York, according to the act, 
(16983-1704) ; such calls limited to 
the church vestry by Trinity's new 
act of incorporation, (1704) 1552, 
1565; city vestry still holds the 
purse, 2053, 2105, 2107-8 



a Churchwardens In the sense of the Anglican church are the same as church- 
masters in the Dutch church. The churchwardens as chosen l\v the freeholders 
were generally dissenters. Hence the frequent strifes In calling and paying 
nilnlsters. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



99 



Civil assembly, (1683) 867 

Civil liberty in New Jersey, 569 

Civil licenses to preach, required by 
Governor Cornbury, but his de- 
mands opposed by the people, 
(1706) 1627-29, 1636, 1639, 1643- 
45, 1652, 1659-60, 1711, 1716-18, 
1722, 1764-65, 1802-3 

Civil (Civic) oath, the, 3929, 3945- 
47, 3958-59, 3961-65, 3974, 3994- 
95, 4042, 4205 

Civil officers' salaries, 1054 

Civil officials attend ecclesiastical 
bodies in Brazil, 171-73 

Claesen, Harpert, of Amersfoort, 
L. I., 366 

Claesen, Hendrick, elder of Midwout, 
758 

Claesen, Jan, of Amersfoort, L. I., 
366 

Claessen, Rev. Anthony, 126 

Claessen, Rev. Claes, of Uitgeest, Hol- 
land, died, 40 

Claggett, Bishop, 4326 

Claple, see Cleple 

Clare, Mr, (1767) 4096 

Clare, Melgur, (1676) 684 

Clarendon, [Henry Hyde, 2d], Earl 
of, 897 

Clarendon, [Edward Hyde, 3d], Earl 
of, 1919 

Clarenton, see Charenton, France, 
Synod of 

Clark, Rev. Samuel, 1788 

Clark, Rev. Dr Thomas, of Associate 
Reformed church, writes to Dr 
Westerlo, (Nov. 1771) 4208, 4228- 
29 

Clarke, George, secretary, admonishes 
the people of Kingston to support 
Rev. Hepburn, Anglican, (1704) 
1576; allusion, 1669; member of 
Council, (1720) 2176, (1727) 
2380; his administration as lieu- 
tenant governor, (1736-42) 2670- 
80; Common Council of Albany, 
writes to, his answer, 2670-71; 
writes to Duke of Newcastle, 2673 ; 
encourages high schools, (1737- 



Clarke, George secretary {cont'd) 
38) 2698, 2711; proposes to settle 
Scotch Protestants on the Delliua 
tract, (1739) 2721; writes to Duke 
of Newcastle of the burning of the 
Fort, (1741) 2751, 2757-59, 2763- 
64; allusions, 1851, 1926, 2102-3, 
2131-33 

Clarke, Rev. Josias, chaplain to 
British troops, (1684) 877, 879, 
880; his philanthropy in redeem- 
ing David Jamieson, 893; allusions 
915, 2110-11. See also Jamieson 

Clarke, Thomas, one of the vestry of 
Trinity Church, (1714) 2026, 2108 

Clarke, Thomas, signs the articles of 
surrender, (1664) 559; allusions, 
998, 1134, 1139, 1148, 1180 

Clarke, Captain Thomas, (1767) 
4089, 4093 

Clarkson, ]\Ir, 3017 

Clarkson (Klarksen), David, (1748) 
2997, 3508, 3544, (1765) 3986; 
loans £1000 to Collegiate Church, 
(1768) 4136, 4172 

Clarkson, Levinus (Livinus), 2773, 
2806, 2830, 2833, 2848, 2866, 2869- 
70, 2873 

Clarkson, Matthew, provincial secre- 
tary, 1025, 1070, 1092-93, 1095- 
96, 1098, 1174, 1190, 2111 

Clarkson, Matthew (2d), 2557, 2677; 
his death, (1739) 2722 

Classen, Peter, a Lutheran on the 
Delaware, (1675) 673 

Classen, Peter, of Amersfoort, L. I., 
(1657) 366 

Classes, (1619-71) 4221-22; what 
classes shall have charge of colon- 
ial churches, 38, 39; five American 
classes proposed, (1760) 3787-88, 
(1771) 4213-14; nine classes, 
(1800) 4382-91. See also Church 
order, Classis 

Classical Public School, (1732) 
2608, 2698, 2711 

Classical seal, facsimile of, (1638) 
68; description, 118 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW TOEK 



Classis, suggested for America, 
(1662) 525; one actually held and 
Tesschenmacher ordained by, 
(1679) 724-35; action approved 
by the Classis of Amsterdam, 737, 
739; formation of, said to be yet 
distant, (1709) 1719, 1772; 
thought to be undesirable by the 
Classis of Amsterdam, (1710) 
1858; circular letter of the coetus 
to the churches, proposing a 
classis, (1754) 3493; opposition to, 
3496; convention to form a classis 
on the personal call of Rev. Theo- 
dore Frelinghuysen, (1755) 3546- 
52, see American Classis; word to 
be laid aside in America, (1768) 
4124, 4134, 4207; claimed as a 
right, 4158, 4160, 4195-96; its use 
given up by the coetus brethren in 
the interests of peace, (1771) 
4212-13; the name "classis," in- 
stead of " particular assembly," 
assumed, after the Revolution, 
(1784) 4321, 4324-25, 4331; new 
classes formed, (1800) 4382-84. 
See also Classes 

Classis contracta, 2872, 2877, 3260 

Claveman, Paul, 3565 

Claver, Rev. S[amuel], at Amster- 
dam, 4241, 4259 

Claverack, N. Y., Rev. John Van 
Driesson installed at, irregularly, 
by his brother, (1732) 2564, 2602, 
2605, 2610-12; consistory writes 
to classis, 3215, 3226; Van Hoe- 
venberg becomes pastor at, 3294, 
3302-4, 3328; allusions, 2572, 2580, 
3133, 3251, 3297, 3312, 3326, 3333- 
34, 3423, 3466, 3680, 3951, 4243, 
(1784) 4319, 4336, 4383 

Clayton, Mr, 1741 

Cleator, Rev., 1614, 1697 

Clement, John, Justice, 2130-35, 
2138 

Clements, James, 933 

Cleple (Claple), Francis, collector, 
933 

Clere, George, 413 



Clergy, Anglican, memorial to 
S. P. G., (1712) 1922 

Clergy of New York, of all denomi- 
nations, give certificates to Domine 
Dellius, whom Bellomont was per- 
secuting, (1699) 1320-26 

Clerquius (Clerquinius), Rev. 

Jacobus, at Amsterdam, 580-81, 
598. See also Klerck, Rev. Jacobus 

Cleves, Duchy of, a place of refuge 
for the persecuted, 43, 1600, 1782 

Clevius, (Cleyerus), Conrad, 81-83 

Clifton, Henry, 933 

Clifton Park (Amity), N. Y., 4382, 
(1800) 4389 

Clinquane, Rev., 582. (Apparently 
the same as Rev. Jacobus Cler- 
quinius, mentioned on p. 580-81, 
598) 

Clinton, DeWitt, memorializes New 
York Legislature on collecting in 
Europe documents relating to the 
history of the State, (1814) 6 

Clinton, George, first State governor 
of New York, (1777-95) ; member 
of New York Assembly, (1770) 
4176; Constitution of the State 
adopted, the ministry bill and all 
sectarian legislation repealed, free- 
dom of conscience established, 
(1777) 4300-1; requested to ap- 
point a day of fasting and prayer, 
(1780) 4307 

Clinton, George, governor of New 
York, (1743-53); takes oath of 
office as governor, (1743) 2760; 
allows Lutheran minister to 
officiate at Quassaick, [1749?] 
2380; authorized to collate per- 
sons to ecclesiastical benefices, 
(741) 2759-60; address to, by 
vestry of Trinity Church, and 
his answer, 2821; address by the 
Consistory of the Dutch church 
and his answer, 2822; orders the 
Moravian priests of Dutchess 
county to report themselves in New 
York, (1744) 2847; allusion, 2855; 
their examination, 2851-54; orders 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



101 



Clinton, George, governor of New 
York (continued) 
Moravians to leave the province, 
2861-62; receives letter from the 
Board of Trade concerning their 
treatment, (1745) 2876, 2906-8, 
2917; holds conference with the 
Indians, 2921; inducts Rev. Henry 
Barclay into the rectorship of 
Trinity Church, (1746) 2927-30; 
petition of Indian about certain 
church lands, 2934; takes census 
of New York by counties, (1749) 
3077, petition of the Lutheran 
minister, Knoll, about the glebe 
lands at Newburgh, (1749) 3078, 
3082-84; Col. William Johnson 
writes to, against allowing French 
priests among the Mohawks, 
(1749) 3086; petition of German 
Lutherans in New York to be al- 
lowed to build a church, (1750) 
3106; issues a proclamation to pray 
for the royal family, (1751) 3196; 
gives patent to the Anglicans, for 
abandoned glebe lands of Pala- 
tines at Newburgh, (1752) 3218- 
20; approves the founding of a col- 
lege in New York, (1753) 3382; 
allusions, 3432, 3458 

Clock (Klock), Abram M., 476 

Clock, given for tower of North 
Church, (1770) 4185 

Clark in the steeple of the new 
Dutch church, Nassau street, 
(1748) 3025, 3146 

Clock, one asked for by Domine 
Welius of New Amstel, (1658) 
42ia 

Clocter, J., 1793 

Cloppenbergh (Kloppenbergh) , Rev. 
John, professor at Franeker, 305 

aopper (Klopper), Mr, 3097, 3129, 
3143 

Clopper, Cornelis, (1664) 556, 642 



Clopper (Klopper), Cornelius, al- 
lusions, (1749-1774) 2101, 3123, 
3212, 3396, 3408, 3498, 3530, 3641, 
3667, 3677, 3826-27, 3840-42, 
3853, 3856, 3869, 3872, 3900, 
3915-16, 3931, 3968, 4046, 4059, 
4069, 4074, 4076, 4080, 4148, 4161, 
4164, 4175, 4204, 4265, 4281 

Clopper, Hendricus, churchmaster, 
(1756) 2101, 3727, 3830 

Clopper, Peter, churchmaster, (1746) 
2101, 3025, 3123, 3878, 4082 

Close, Rev. John, (1800) 4388 

Close alliance (or union) proposed 
between the Netherlands Church 
and the American Dutch Church, 
(1768) 4124, 4129, 4134-35, 4142- 
43, 4154; close ecclesiastical alli- 
ance suggested, 4158, 4196 

Clove (Kloof), Dutchess county, 
N. Y., 3950, 4243, 4247, (1784) 
4318, (1800) 4388 

Clove, N. J., (1800) 4390 

Clowes ( Clous, Clows), Samuel, of 
Jamaica, L. I., 1871, 1913, 2128- 
29, 2132-33, 2136-37 

Club, Mr, catechist in Trinity 
Church, New York, (1705) 1609 

Coats, Captain, 1125 

Cobes, Ludovicus, 736, 788, 863 

Cobus, Dr, 2195 

Cocherthal, see Kocherthal 

Cock (Kock, Koch, Kok), Rev. Ger- 
ardus Daniel, ordained for Pough- 
keepsie, Fishkill and Hopewell, 
(1762) 3830, 3832-33, 3882, 3925- 
27, 3943, 3951-59, 3967, 3972, 
4008, 4011-12, 4014, 4025, 4028, 
4032, 4035, 4039-40, 4041-45, 4051, 
4059, 4068-70, 4076, 4088, 4101, 
4109, 4144, 4154-55, 4165, 4197, 
4244, (1784) 4317-18, 4335 

Cock, John, 684 

Cock, Walter, 1727, 1788, 1829, 1836 

Cockaran minister,6 (1690) 1009 



a The text reads : " Clock and hour glass," showing that clock is evidently the 
Dutch word clock, which means a " bell." 

6 Leisler thus referred to Dellius, meaning a Coccelan minister — a follower of 
Professor Coccelus. 



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Cockburn, Mr, 4262 

Cockershall, see Kocherthall 

Cocknewagees, see Caghnavvaga 

Cocx, Kev., chaplain in Maryland, 
1043 

Coddington, England, 508-9 

Codweis, John Conrad, 1805 

Codwise, Christopher, 3619 

Coe, Benjamin, 498 

Coe, John, 464, 1518, 1585; judge, 
1871, 1913, 1920, 2131, 2138 

Coe (Coo), Robert, 498, 601, 1585 

Coe, Samuel, 369, 464, 1871, 2131 

Coedyk, see Koedyk 

Coelman (Koelman), Jacob, (1680) 
746-47, 785, 823-24, 831-32, 835, 
837, 839, 853-56, 856, 868, 874-76, 
882, 901, 921, 1004-5. See also 
Labadists 

Coelmanists, 907, 1051, 1100 

Coenen (Caenen), Thomas, 768, 813- 
15; death of, 975 

Coenraet, Mr, 743 

Coens, (Koens), Rev. Henricus, re- 
ceived by Classis of Amsterdam as 
" Commendatus " for churches in 
foreign lands, (1725) 2308; called 
to Aquackonocck, (1725) 2331; ex- 
amined and ordained, 2359; holds 
irregular meetings at Raritan for 
the Complainants, (1729) 2459- 
60, 2462-66; allusions, 2557, 2696, 
3136 

Coerten (Coerte, Courte), Albert, 
1526, 2739, 2782-84, 2788-89, 2805, 
2894, 2899; death of, 3023 

Coerten, Barent, 641 

Coerten (Coerte), Cornells, 3538, 
3733 

Coerten, Henry, 1964; an elder, 
(1741) 2761-63 

Coerten ( Courteen ) , Meindert ( Meyn- 
dert), 1029, 1098, 1524, 1526 

Coesen, Benjamin, (1761) 3804 

Coetus, minutes of, 3494, 3566, 3570, 
3589, 3635, 3662; retaining of 
them by Ritzema, 3662 ; condemned 
by the synod, 3668-71 

Coetus, national, 159 

Coetus of Brazil, 170 



Coetus of New York and New 
Jersey, lost minutes of, recov- 
ered, 24; allusion to, 28; corre- 
spondence among the churches 
proposed by Domine Polhemus, 
(1662-64) 525, 533-34, 542-44; 
fraternal meeting once a year, 
suggested, (1706) 1655, 1661; a 
coetus suggested by Domine 
Haeghoort to the New York con- 
sistory, (1737) 2679-80; favor- 
able action thereon, 2681-82; 
circular letter to all the churches, 
concerning, 2683-84; classis in- 
formed of these proceedings, 
2685; convention held, 2686; 
answers to the circular letters, 
mostly approving, 2686-89; cir- 
cular letter from the convention 
to all the churches, 2689-90; 
classis informed of the progress, 
2690-91; opponents of, also write 
to classis, 2691-94; Haeghoort's 
letter to classis, on, 2695-96; 
Consistory of New York ap- 
points delegates to the antici- 
pated body, (1738) 2701; sug- 
gestion tliat it be allowed to ex- 
amine and ordain, (Apr. 1738) 
2702-4; constitution of, (Apr. 
27, 1738) 2706-8; necessity of, 
2708-10; classis writes to the 
friends of, (June 1738) 2712; to 
the opponents of, 2713-14; letter 
of DuBois to classis, (Oct. 1738) 
2715-16; allusion, 2718; classis 
requires its subordination, (Apr. 
1739) 2719, 2723, 2725; op- 
ponents of, inform classis that 
the design is entire independence, 
(Oct. 1739) 2724-29; answer of 
classis, 2731-32; Freeman favors 
a coetus, (1741) 2752-53, 2766; 
necessity of, further urged, 
should have liberty to examine 
and ordain, 2754-56; continued 
opposition, (1743) 2798-2800; 
allusions to, 2826-28, 2879, 
2894, 2900-2, 2905, 2911-12, 
2919; classis urges its formation, 



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103 



Coetus of New York and New 
Jersey (continued) 
2923, 2926, 2939-42, 2944-46, 
2957-61, 2963-67, 2973 
Tlie first coetus, its acts, (Sept. 

8, 9, 1747) 2974-81; allusions, 
2983-85, 2987-88, 2995-96; letter 
of first coetus to classis, (Sept. 8, 

9, 1747; not mailed vintil Apr. 
26, 1748) 2998-3000 

Second coetus, (Apr. 26-28, 1748) 
3001-6; letter to classis, 3006-7; 
rules of coetus, 3007-12; minute 
book of coetus, 3011-12; Rev. 
Theodore Frelinghuysen not al- 
lowed by his consistory to join 
the coetus, 3018; allusions, 
3020-23, 3026 

Third coetus, (Sept. 27-30, 1748) 
3027-31 ; letter to the classis, 
3031-34; forms of testimonials, 
3034-35; allusions, 3037, 3050- 
52, 3057, 3060, 3061-63; letter 
of classis to the coetus, (May 5, 

1749) 3064-67, 3071, 2075-76, 
3079 

Fourth coetus, (Sept. 12-15, 1749) 
3087-89; its letter to classis, 
(Oct. 18, 1749) 3091-93 
Fifth coetus, (Nov. 7, 1749) 3098- 
3102, 3105, 3110-15, 3118; their 
letter to classis, (May 7, 

1750) 3119-20, 3121-23, 3126- 
28, 3130-31 

Sixth coetus, (Sept. 11-14, 1750) 
3132-35; their letter to classis, 
3135-38; letter to, from the 
classis, (Oct. 1750) 3140^1, 
3144; letter to, from the classis, 
(Mar. 2, 1751) 3151-52; al- 
lusions, 3153, 3156-57; letter to, 
from classis, (May 3, 1751) 
3158-59, 3160-62, 3164, 3166-67, 
3169-70 

Seventh coetus, (Sept. 9-17, 1751) 
3174-79; letter to, from classis, 
(Oct. 4, 1751) 3181-82 

Eighth coetus, (Oct. 16-23, 1751) 
3186-95; their letter to classis, 
(Oct. 18, 1751) 319.5-96; allu- 



Coetus of New York and New 
Jersey (continued) 
sions, 3197, 3201, 3203-5, 3208- 
12, 3213-15, 3221-25, 3227 

Ninth coetus, (Apr. 14-16, 1752) 
3234-36; its letter to classis, 
(Apr. 17, 1752) 3236-37; allu- 
sions, 3242, 3244, 3247, 3252, 
3257, 3262; letter to, from 
classis, (July 17, 1752) 3264- 
71 

Tenth coetus, (Sept. 19-21, 1752) 
3287-89; its letter to classis, 
(Sept. 21, 1752) 3290-92; allu- 
sions, 3294; writes to Coetus of 
Pennsylvania, (Sept. 29, 1752) 
3295-96; allusions, 3302; letter 
to, from classis, (Dec. 5, 1752) 
3306-13; allusions, 3313-25; 
letter to, from classis, (May 7, 
1753) 3372-75; allusions, 3406; 
letter to, from classis, (Sept. 3, 

1753) 3411-12 

Eleventh coetus, (Sept. 11-20) 
3413-17; allusions, 3418-21; 
its letter to the classis, (Sept. 
19, 1753) 3421-22; allusions, 
3422-27, 3443-44; requested to 
ordain Henricus Frelinghuysen, 
(1753) 3445-46; allusions, 3454- 
57; classis writes to, (Jan. 8, 

1754) 3461; allusions, 3461-70; 
classis writes to, (May 6, 1754) 
3471-73; allusions, 3473-77, 
3489-90 

Twelfth coetus, (Sept. 17-19, 
1754) 3490-93; plan of classis 
drawn up and submitted to the 
churches, 3491-92; circular 
letter to churches about a classis 
(Sept. 19, 1754) 3493, 3519; al- 
lusions, 3494; action of the 
church of New York, per 
Domine Eitzema, upon the circu- 
lar letter of the coetus, (Oct. 1, 
1754) 3495-96; letter of Consis- 
tory of New York to classis on 
the matter of coetus and a 
classis, (Oct. 17, 1754) 3499- 
3500; allusions, 3500, 3502-3, 



104 



THE TJNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Coetus of New York and New 
Jersey {continued} 
3518-19, 3526-27; the Classis of 
Amsterdam to the coetus, (Jan. 
14, 1755) 3527-28; allusions, 
3532-34; circular letter of 
Theodore Frelinghuysen calling 
for a convention, (May 27, 
1755) 3541; the convention, 
(May 27-30, 1755), the matter 
of a classis and seminary con- 
sidered, opponents to the con- 
ventions, an agent to be sent to 
Holland to request the forma- 
tion of a classis and to seek 
funds for an institution, Theo- 
dore Frelinghuysen commis- 
sioned, 3546-52; an extra session 
of the coetus irregularly held 
during this convention, 3548- 
50; letter of the coetus to the 
classis, (May 30, 1755) the ab- 
solute necessity of ordinations in 
America, 3553-54; allusions, 
3561-65, 3566-68; Domine Rit- 
zema censured by his consistory 
as the sole cause of all the 
troubles in the coetus, (Aug. 11, 
1755) 3574-77. See also Ameri- 
can Classis, Conferentie 

Coetus of Pennsylvania, German Re- 
formed, 28, 2919, 2987, 2991, 3037, 
3071, 3081, 3092, 3164-65, 3287, 
3295, 3882, 3919-20, 4207 

Coetus of Surinam, (1701) 1479, 
1507, 2954 

Coetus, Presbyterian, 2888 

Coevers, Burgon, 2329 

Coevers, Johannes, 2275, 2328 

Coevert, Luke, 2478 

Coevert (Covert, Teuneus), Teunis, 
3306, 3475 

Coeymans, N. Y., 4382, 4389 

Coe3Tnan ( a ) ( Koeyemans ) , Hendrick, 
3626, 3632 

CofTee-house, the, 3912 

Coiterus, Rev. John, 1099 

Colchester, England, contained 700 
Dutch inhabitants, (1634) 117, 
1779, 1827 



Golden (Colding), Alexander, 3046- 
47, 3171, 3173, 3218-20 

Colden, Cadwallader, (1688-1776), 
made surveyor-general of New 
York, (1720) 2192; a member of 
the Council, (1721) 2220; recom- 
mends a partition of lands for the 
Palatines, (1724) 2220; writes a 
memoir of the fur trade, with re- 
marks on the French missions, 

(1724) 2233-34; reports on cer- 
tain troubles in the French church, 

(1725) 2240-41, 2292-93; his re- 
port on land grants, 2565, 2672, 
3220 ; acting governor of New 
York, (1760-75) 3762, 3805, 3810, 
3813, 3872, (1763) 3908, (1764) 
3935, 3960, (1767) 4083, 4172, 
4181, 4183, 4190, 4274, 4285, 4287 

Colden, Cadwallader, jr, 4172 

Colding, Alexander, see Colden, Alex- 
ander 

Cole, Cornelis, 4040 

Cole, Nathaniell, 499 

Cole (Kool), William, 2864 

Colen-Donck, 3452 

Colgan, Rev. Thomas, assistant in 
Trinity Church, New Yorlc, (1726) 
2360; settles at Jamaica, L. I., 
(1731) 2548; allusions, 2562, 2591, 
2633, 2635, 2644; his letters to the 
S. P. G., (1735) 2668, (1741) 2767, 
(1743) 2820, (1744) 2856, (1746) 
2923-24, (1749) 3056 

Coljer [Collierl, Jacobus, 3733. See 
also Colyer, James 

Collation into churches, power of, 980, 
1034, 1037, 1075, 1151, 1184, 2759- 
60 

Collections, for Indian missions by 
the Presbyterians, (1763) 3911; by 
the Collegiate Church, 3999; for 
prisoners, 4238; in the English- 
speaking Dutch church building, 
(1764-72) 4254, 4256; collections 
for the poor, 4275, 4283 

College, as a board or society for the 
performance of common duties, 
1301, 1771 



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105 



College, first Dutch allusion to, 
(1658) 432, see also Latin school, 
New Amsterdam; first English al- 
lusion to, (1703) 1516, see also 
Harvard, Princeton, or College of 
New Jersey, Kings (Coliunbia), 
Queens (Rutgers), Yale 
College in New York City, arguments 
against a sectarian college, 3338- 
41, 3354-57, 3359-62; desirable 
points in a legislative act, 3362- 
65; Governor Clinton favors a 
college, (1753) 3382; lottery for 
raising money for, 3384; acts for 
raising money for, (1753) 3389- 
95, 3446; desirability of an unsec- 
tarian college, 3457-58; Trinity 
Church ofTera land for, 3478-79, 
3487-88 ; bill for an unsectarian 
college, 3523-25 
Colleges in America, 4134 
Colleges, mentioned, 31, 3220 
Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City; organized, (1628) 52; 
its first minister. Rev. Jonas 
Michaeliuso, (1628-31) 59-68; its 
first consistory, 52, 54; under care 
of the consistory at Amsterdam, 
66, 67; second minister. Rev. 
Everardus Bogardus, (1633-47) 
81-84; first church building, 85- 
86 ; Bogardus about to leave, an- 
other minister needed, (1635) 
87; colonial churches under the 
care of Classis of Amsterdam, 
(1636) 88-98; Adam Roelands 
sent as schoolmaster, reader and 
chorister, (1639) 122; baptismal 
register, (1639) 123; first extant 
letter of the consistory, (Sept. 
1641) 142, 148-49, 150; first extant 
letter of classis to the consistory 
of, (Apr. 1642) 150-51; classis 
defends Bogardus and exhorts him 
to cooperate with Megapolensis, 
the patroon's minister in Rens- 
selaerwyck, 151; second church 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
building in the fort, (1642) 163- 
66; Bogardus requested not to 
leave, (1646) 211; again, he re> 
quests permission to go to Holland 
to vindicate himself, (1647) 233, 
238; his resignation and death by 
shipwreck, (1647) 216-18 

Stuyvesant suggests improve- 
ments in church and school, 224; 
condition of the church, 228-29; 
third minister. Rev. JohnBackerus, 
(1647-49) 226, 232-37; Jan 
Stevensen, reader and school- 
master, (1642-48) 237; Peter Van 
der Linden succeeds him, 242; 
Rev. Backerus resigns, Rev. John 
Megapolensis succeeds him, (1649- 
70) 2.53-54, 262-63, 268, 271; 
William Vestens succeeds aa 
reader, schoolmaster and chorister, 
(1650) 268-71, 338; condition of 
the church, 256-57, 266-68, 275- 
76, 284-86; a second minister 
needed, (1652) 302; Rev. Samuel 
Drisius appointed, 303-8 ; support 
of the church, 324-29 ; Hermanus 
Van Hoboocken succeeds as reader, 
schoolmaster and chorister, (1655) 
336; religious condition of New 
Netherland, (1656) 341-42; Van 
Corlaer not allowed to teach 
school, (1658) 418, 419; a Latin 
school suggested with the ultimate 
hope of a college, (16.58) 423, 431- 
32, 442-44; schoolmaster Van 
Hoboocken discharged, (1660) 463; 
but appointed teacher at Stuyves- 
ant's Bouwerie, 522 ; Rev. Hen- 
ricus Selyns, pastor in Brooklyn, 
invited to officiate also at Stuy- 
vesant'a Bouwerie, as an outstation 
of New Amsterdam, (1660), 474, 
489; the church in the fort re- 
paired, (1662) 521; Rev. Samuel 
Megapolensis called as a colleague 
to hia father and Domine Drisius, 



a For fuller details concerning the history of this church, see the names of 
the respective ministers as thej occnr. 



106 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
(1662) 526-28, 531-33; his depar- 
ture for his field, (Jan. 1664) 
541 ; subscriptions by the minis- 
ters, the deacons, and the mem- 
bers of the church for the defense 
of New Amsterdam, (1664) 541; 
secret instructions, as to religion, 
to Governor Nicolls, (1664) 544- 
45; Rev. Henricus Selyns leaves 
his church in Brooklyn and Stuy- 
vesant's Bouwerie to return to 
Holland, (July 1664) 551; remon- 
strance of the citizens against 
Stuyvesant's determination to re- 
fuse to surrender to the English, 
(1664) 555-57; articles of sur- 
render ; privileges granted to the 
Dutch church, (1664) 557-59; 
Domine Drisius's letter to the 
classis informing them of the 
surrender, (Sept. 1664) 560-62 

Selyns, of the Bouwerie and 
Brooklyn appears before the classis 
(Sept. 1664) 562, 568, 574; many 
members of the Dutch church re- 
fuse to swear allegiance to Great 
Britain except " conformably to 
the articles of surrender," (Oct. 
1664) 563-65; a certain Rev. 
Matthias Nevius in New York at 
this time, (Feb. 1665) 573; the 
ministers blamed by the West 
India Company for advising the 
surrender, 574; the church's old 
graveyard, (1665) 574, see Burial 
places; the ministers vindicated for 
advising the surrender, 576-77; 
the city court elects churchmasters, 
(1666) 578, see Churchmasters; 
Megapolensis defends himself be- 
fore classis for advising the sur- 
render, the church has between 
300 and 400 communicants, with 
three ministers, as colleagues, 
[Revs. John Megapolensis, Samuel 
Megapolensis, and Samuel Drisius] 
who supply also the neighboring 
villages, (Aug. 16, 1666) 579, 583- 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
84, 588-89; Rev. John Megapolen- 
sis is old and weak and his wife 
is ailing, 579 ; the company con- 
tinues to blame the ministers for 
the loss of the place, (1666) 585; 
the mayor and governor vmite in 
suggesting means for the support 
of the city clergymen, (Feb. 1667) 
586; the mayor and aldermen 
order the inhabitants to pay their 
church dues, (June 1667) 588; the 
ex-Dutch civil officials certify as 
to the Dutch loyalty of Domine 
Megapolensis at the surrender, and 
his proper conduct, (Aug. 1668) 
593 ; a day of humiliation ap- 
pointed by Governor Lovelace, 
(Sept. 8, 1668), 594-95; Domine 
Samuel Megapolensis desires to 
leave, on account of the smallness 
of the salary, the unpleasant man- 
ner of collecting it, the antici- 
pated changes in church govern- 
ment, and the extensiveness of his 
field, preaching in five places, 
(Sept. 7, 1668) 595-97, 600; 
Drisius describes the condition of 
the church and the amenities of 
the church services [with the 
English], (1668), 598; chorister 
Pietersen makes request for his 
salary, (Feb. 1669) 600; Domine 
John Megapolensis complains to 
classis that the company withholds 
2000 guilders for salary due him, 
before the surrender, that they 
charge him with treachery, he 
doubts not classis has done its 
duty but he yet awaits an answer, 
his son Samuel , about to leave, 
will give a verbal account of the 
condition of the church ; the people 
crowd the church but are not dis- 
posed to contribute (Apr. 1669) 
601-3, 606; Rev. Samuel Mega- 
polensis appears before classis, tells 
of the deplorable condition of the 
church since the surrender, of the 



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107 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City {continued) 
diflSculties in raising the salary, 
desires a church in Holland, hands 
in a letter from his father allud- 
ing to the large arrearages due 
him, (July 1, 1669) 603-4, 606-7; 
Nicholas Governeur, son-in-law of 
Domine Drisius makes similar 
complaints in reference to arrear- 
ages due Drisius, asks classis to 
urge the company to pay, a com- 
mittee appointed to speak with in- 
dividual members of the company, 
(July 1669) 604; the company 
settles up in full with Domine 
Drisius, 605 

The consistory writes to the 
classis, Domine John Megapolensis 
has died, Drisius is afflicted with 
a loss of memory, the church de- 
prived of services, seeks refuge in 
God and the classis, would be 
much pleased to have Domine 
Selyns, if not, desire classis to call 
for them a minister, (Jan. 24, 
1670) 607-8, 612, 613; a similar 
letter written six months later, 
urges the sending of a minister, 
have kept up Sabbath services 
through the reading of a sermon 
by the chorister, Domine Polhemus 
preaches for them on Wednesdays, 
once a fortnight, the city authori- 
ties have secured an act from the 
governor, guaranteeing the salary, 
(June 5, 1670) 610, 615, 620; the 
text of the act, 611, 515, 620; 
classis expresses its sympathy at 
the death of Megapolensis and for 
the infirmity of Drisius; commends 
the church for their zeal in so 
urgently seeking another minister, 
Selyns hesitates about accepting 
their call, the church needs a very 
able man, important for them to 
inform classis of the conditions of 
the call, (Sept. 10, 1670) 613-14; 
none of the candidates under 
charge of the classis, willing to 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
accept the call, (Dec. 9, 1670) 615; 
description of the city by Mon- 
tanus, 616; classis chooses Rev. 
William Van Nieuwenhuysen for 
the New York church, he accepts 
the call, examined and ordained, 
(Mar. 16, 1671) 616-17; meantime, 
Egidius Luyck conducts the serv- 
ices on Sunday afternoons and 
Domine Drisius in the forenoon, 
(Mar. 28, 1671) 617; still con- 
siderable arrears of salary, delin- 
quents must give written reasons 
therefor, (May 16, 1671) 618; 
general meeting called to consider 
the best way of raising the salary, 
(July 1671) 619-20; departure of 
Van Nieuwenhuysen for New York, 
(Aug. 1671) 620, 623; each church 
[the Lutheran and Reformed ] 
must support its own poor (Dec. 

1671) 621-22; the city court 
pays Egidius Luyck 400 guilders 

($160) for his services, (Mar. 5, 

1672) 623; the church in the fort 
to be repaired at the expense of 
the city, (Mar. 21, 1671) 623; the 
consistory thanks the classis for 
sending them a minister, his ar- 
rival (1672) 624; the church much 
pleased with his services, (spring 
of 1672) 624-25, 628; the con- 
sistory and pastor have come to 
an understanding about the salary, 
1000 guilders, Holland currency, if 
paid in beavers, to be valued at 
six guilders each, if in silver 
money, according to Dutch values 
of silver, if in sewant, according 
to current rates of exchange, 
(July 13, 1672) 625-26 

Recapture of New York by the 
Dutch, (Aug. 1673) 628-29; all 
magistrates must be of the Re- 
formed religion, forms of the oaths 
to be taken, 630, 633-34, 640; 
ordinance for the better observance 
of the Sabbath, penalties for vio- 



108 



THE mnVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Collegiate (Dutch) Chiirch of New 
York City {continued) 
lation, 633; the corporation of New 
Orange (New York) sends an ad- 
dress to the States-General re- 
specting the means for greater 
prosperity in New Netherland, 
(Sept. 8, 1673) 635-36; order for 
days of humiliation and thanks- 
giving on first Wednesday of each 
month, (Nov. 15, 1673) 637-38; 
valuation of the estates of the citi- 
zens, (Mar. 17, 1674) 641-43; the 
States-General order the restitu- 
tion of New Netherland to Great 
Britain, (Apr. 16, 1674) 645; the 
widow of Domine Megapolensis 
petitions the Dutch governor for 
arrearages of her husband's salary, 
and that of her son, (June 16, 
1674) 647-48, 683, 686-87; com- 
mission of Andros to be governor 
of New York, (July 1, 1674) 648- 
49; the Dutch church petitions the 
Dutch governor (Colve), for a deed 
for their church in the fort, deed 
given, (July 23, 1674) 649-50; 
Van Nieuwenhuysen writes to 
classis, Drisius had died just after 
having been appointed by Governor 
Lovelace to serve the English,* his 
infirmities, Van Nieuwenhuysen is 
happy over the treaty of peace, but 
sorry for the resurrender to the 
English, the church flourishing; 
between 400 and 500 members, 100 
received during the writer's pastor- 
ate of two years, would be pleased 
to have a colleague, (July 26, 
1674) 652-55, 664-65; acts of the 
state and church, in Holland, 
against the Labadists, to be re- 
corded in the books of the Col- 
legiate Church, (1674) 656-58, 
675-76; conditions of the resur- 
render, (1674) 662; committee to 
welcome Governor Andros, (Nov. 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
3, 1674) 663; his proclamation 
confirming all rights and proper- 
ties, (Nov. 26, 1674) 663-64; 
classis congratulates Van Nieu- 
wenhuysen on his patriotism, on 
the prosperity of his church, (Dec. 
9, 1674) 666-68; opposition of the 
Dutch to the form of oath required 
by the English, (March 16, 1675) 
669-72; the governor commended 
by the Duke of York about his pro- 
ceedings concerning the oath, but 
cautioned not to be too severe, 
(Sept. 15, 1675) 677; Domine Van 
Nieuwenhuysen resists the en- 
croachments of Rev. Nicholas Van 
Rensselaer (ordained as an Angli- 
can) in the Dutch churches, (Sept. 
1675) 678-82, 684-86; affidavits 
concerning the conduct of Rev. 
John Megapolensis at the sur- 
render, (Aug. 15, 1676) 687; Van 
Nieuwenhuysen writes to classis to 
send a minister to Long Island, in 
place of Polhemus, who has died, 
(Aug. 29, 1676) 688-89, 695; Van 
Nieuwenhuysen entertains Van 
Zuuren (minister for Long Island) 
for a fortnight, on his arrival, 
(Sept. 30, 1677) 699; report of 
Governor Andros on the* subject of 
religion, (1678) 708-9; Van Nieu- 
wenhuysen criticized by Van Zuuren 
in reference to his statements re- 
garding the values of the cur- 
rencies in which his salary was to 
be paid, Van Nieuwenhuysen's sal- 
ary, (1678) 713, 716, 717, 721; 
Chaplain Woolley's account of the 
relations of the Reformed and 
Lutheran ministers 6 to each other. 
(1678) 720; Van Nieuwenhuysen 
and the other Dutch ministers,c on 
the request of Governor Andros, 
meet as a classis and ordain Peter 



o This probably means the English troops. We have no names of the chaplains 
for fourteen years after the English conquest. 

h Domine Van Nieuwenhuysen, and Domine Arenslai. 
c Van Zuuren, Van Gaasbeeck and Schaats. 



EOCLE8IA8TIOAL EECOEDS 



109 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City {continued) 
Tesschenmaker to be minister at 
New Castle, Delaware, their act 
approved by the Classis of Amster- 
dam, (1679) 724-35, 737, 739; 
proposals to raise funds to erect a 
new Dutch church in the city, 
(1680) 743, 880; Governor Andros 
gives unused " redemption money " 
to the Dutch church toward build- 
ing a new church, (1690) 996; 
this money confiscated by Leisler, 
(1690) 1397, compare 1061, 1065 
Van Nieuwenhuysen and Van 
Zuuren write a joint letter to the 
classis thanking them for endors- 
ing their act in ordaining Tess- 
chenmacher, relation of the Dutch 
churches to the English govern- 
ment and to the English ecclesias- 
tical system, desirability of a 
yearly conference among the Dutch 
churches, about 1500 members in 
all, some walk eight or ten hours 
to attend a service, the Dutch can 
hardly expect financial support 
from the English government, 
(1680) 753-55, 782-83; consistory 
writes to classis, death of Van 
Nieuwenhuysen, 450 members de- 
prived of regular services, au- 
thorizes classis to call another 
minister, salary, 1000 guilders, 
with house and fuel, would be glad 
to have Domine Selyns, (Feb. 25, 

1681) 759-62, 769, 777, 780-83, 
785, 787, 818; Van Zuuren supplies 
the church occasionally, 776, 787, 
793; commissioners in Amsterdam 
propose a contract with Selyns, 
(Dec. 10, 1681) 797-803; contract 
approved in New York, (Nov. 15, 

1682) 799-800; civil fines given 
to the church toward erecting a 
new building, (1682) 801; a par- 
sonage in preparation, 804-5, 841- 
42, 866; Selyns accepts the call, 
dismissed from his congregation, 
801-3, 805-6, 809-10, 811, 816, 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 

York City (continued) 
818, 822-23, 848; his departure for 
New York, (Apr. 1682) 811, 823; 
his arrival, 828 

Prosperity of the church: letters 
of Selyns to classis, (1682) 827- 
34, 836-37, 842, 851-55, (1683) 
865-69, 872-73, 879, 881; receives 
the Manor of Fordham, (1684) 
888-98, 934, 936, 944, 947, 494-50, 
960, 1035; deacons must no longer 
act alone as trustees of property 
without consultation with the 
elders, (1685) 897-98; petition pre 
pared to the Common Council for 
a site for a new church building, 
but finally not presented, (1686) 
929-30; need of new church build- 
ing, (Dec. 1687) 950-51; petition 
to Governor Dongan for a charter, 
(Apr. 1688) 952-53; petition to 
the Common Council for a build- 
ing site, (Apr. 1688) 953-54; gen- 
eral condition of the church, 
(Oct. 1688) 957-59, 960, 969, 984; 
claims made against the Manor of 
Fordham, (1688) 960; the Leisler 
troubles with great confusion in 
the church, delay in securing the 
charter and in erecting a new 
building, (1689-91) 963-73, 977- 
92, 993, 995-1017, 1020-21, 1923- 
24, 1027-29, 1030-32, 1036, 1041- 
44, 1131-32, 1397 

A new Dutch church to be built 
in Garden street, a plan to be pre- 
pared, building-masters appointed, 
(Dec. 1691) 1030; lot purchased 
of the city, conveyed to the church- 
masters as trustees, (Feb. 1692) 
1032-33; moneys of the consistory 
to be brought into one treasury, 
but without detriment to the poor 
fund, (Mar. 1692) 1034-35; the 
loss of the Manor of Fordham in 
a lawsuit, to be appealed, (Mar. 
1692) 1035; the trouwbosch (mar- 
riage treasury) opened, (Mar. 
1692) 1035-38 



110 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City {continued) 
Domines Selyns, Varick and 
Dellius write to the classis, of 
the sufferings of the ministers and 
churches during the Leisler 
troubles, (Oct. 12, 1692) 1041-44, 
1047; the sympathy of the classis, 
(Apr. 1693) 1054-60; a new 
church edifice of stone in course of 
erection, 1043; subscriptions to 
ransom captives in Morocco, (June, 
1693) 1061-65; the ministerial 
maintenance bill, (Sept. 1693) 
1076-79; Selyns and Varick write 
to classis, large arrearages in their 
salaries, 1087; Selyns had sent 
classis in 1690, a copy of Eliot's 
Indian Bible, which was probably 
captured by the French, (Nov. 20, 
1693) 1089-90, 1100-1; statement 
of arrearages of Selyns's salary, 
(1682-94) 1092; Selyns informs 
classis of Bertholf's preaching in 
Bergen county, N. J., of Domine 
Varick's death, of the improving 
condition of his own church, (Nov. 
14, 1694) 1106-9; a new formal 
conveyance by Domine Selyns and 
wife (who was formerly Mrs Steen- 
-wyck), of the Manor of Fordham 
to the church, (Jan. 1, 1695) 
1109-12; examination and license 
of Gualterus DuBois, (Apr. 1695) 
1113-14; the church presses its 
right for a charter, (Apr. 18, 
1695) 1116-17; only members of 
the church [or congregation] may 
be commissioned to lease lands on 
the Manor of Fordham, (Apr. 
1695) 1117; Collegiate Church ap- 
proved of the call of the churches 
of Kings county, L. I., on Rev. 
Casparus Van Zuuren, (May 1695) 
1117-20, 1122; final account of 
the cost of building the Garden 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City {continued) 
street church, (June 1695) 1123; 
arrearages of salary of Selyns paid 
in part, 1123; petition for a char- 
ter renewed, (June 19, 1695) 1127- 
28 ; the charter granted, text of the 
same, (May 11, 1696) 1136-65; 
action of consistory thereon, (July 
16, 1696) 1167-68; allusions to 
the charter, 1204-12, 1218, 1228- 
33, 1242; obscure allusion to the 
charter of the Dutch in the closing 
paragraph of the charter of Trinity 
Church, (1697) 1165; a service of 
silver plate given to Governor 
Fletcher, instead of the usual fee, 
for signing the charter, (July 26, 
1696) 1168-69; Selyns informs the 
classis of the general condition of 
the church, of the charter of his 
own church with its special 
privileges, of several English (dis- 
senting) preachers in New Nether- 
land, of two Anglican churches in 
the city, one in the fort, (the new 
Anglican chapel recently built 
there), and one in course of erec- 
tion on Broadway (Trinity 
Church), of two Anglican min- 
isters, who temporarily use the new 
Dutch church after his own morn- 
ing and afternoon services, of four 
French ministers ana their locali- 
ties, (Sept. 30, 1696) 1171-73, 
1176, 1187-88 ;o a loan made to 
certain parties in Albany who had 
been robbed, (1696) 1176; classis 
congratulates Selyns on their char- 
ter, on payment of arrearages of 
salary, on the progress of the 
kingdom through English and 
French ministers, (June 10, 1697) 
1182-84; list of nineteen docu- 
ments relating to the efforts of the 
consistory to call a colleague to 



a Mr Vesey, subsequently rector of Trinity Church, did not acknowledge the 
chapel in the fort, for the troops, as a separate church ; the two ministers referred 
to are Rev. Svmon Smith and Rev. Edmund Mott, chaplains; the four French 
ministers are Daill6, Pelret, Morpo, and Bondet. See these names in Corwlns 
Manual. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOKDS 



111 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 

York City (continued) 
Selyns, and of the impediments 
thrown in the way by a faction in 
the church, (Aug. 19, 1697-Kov, 
19, 1698) 1189-1213, 1265-69, 1332, 
1344, 1349 

Consistory resolves to call a 
second minister, (Sept. 15, 1698) 
1214; one treasury of all the funds 
of the church, 1202; abstract of 
Selyns's account of the difficulties 
resulting, (May 4, 1698) 1228-89; 
Selyns urges Domine Verdieren to 
accept the call, if declined, he re- 
quests classis to call a suitable 
minister, draft of 200 guilders sent 
to cover incidental expenses, the 
legality of the call, three Jesuits 
had recently visited the city, the 
Labadists have gone to Maryland, 
the Quakers are disappearing, a 
second copy of Eliot's Indian Bible 
sent to classis, 65 children repeated 
the entire Psalter, names given, 
(Sept. 14, 1698) 1230-40; arrear- 
ages of salary to be made up from 
the deacons' fund, (Sept. 1698) 
1242; request made that the 
bodies of Leisler and Melbourne 
(executed in 1691) be buried under 
the church, consent neither given 
nor refused, (Oct. 14, 1698) 1242; 
Governor Bellomont's account of 
the reburial, 1245-46 ; correspond- 
ence between the Consistory of the 
Dutch Church of New York and 
the Dutch Church of London con- 
cerning the call of a colleague to 
Selyns, (Oct. 18, 1698) 1243-44, 
1264-77; answer of the London 
Church, (May 1699) 1300-1 

The Leisler faction sends an 
elaborate letter to the classis, as 
if official from the consistory, re- 
counting their side of the case, 
(Oct. 21, 1698) 1246-62, 1295; the 
churchmasters authorized to lease 
lands in the Manor of Fordham, 
(Oct. 1698) 1263; consistory 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of Xew 

York city (continued) 
writes to classis; alludes to Selyns's 
gift of Eliot's Indian Bible to 
classis, refers to the troubles 
caused by the Leislerian faction, 
have sent a full transcript of all 
the documents both to classis and 
to the Dutch Church of London, 
the Leisler faction professes sub- 
ordination to classis, hopes for 
help from the king, technical ob- 
jections of the opposition, (Dec. 
15, 1698) 1278-82, 1287-88 

Domine Verdieren declines the 
call to New York, another to be 
sought, (Apr. 1699) 1286-87; 
classis thanks Selyns for the In- 
dian Bible, congratulates him on 
the industry of his catechumens, 
grieved at the schism in the 
church, will seek another minister 
for them, (Apr. 23, 1699) 1294- 
96; Rev. Gualterus DuBois called 
to New York, (1699) 1297-98; 
church informed, excellent choice, 
(May 1699) 1304-5; his ordina- 
tion, (June 1699) 1315-16; church 
anticipates his coming, (Aug. 

1699) 1332; indorses Dellius on 
his mission to Holland, in opposi- 
tion to Bellomont, 1321-25; con- 
sistory pays certain quitrents, 
1338, see 163-64; the Leislerian 
faction anticipates the regular ac- 
tion of consistory, in thanking 
classis for DuBois, (Mar. 1700) 
1346-48, 1354, 1363, 1366, 1428; 
classis notifies Consistory of New 
York of the irregularities of 
Domine Freeman, and requests 
them to send him back, 1348-49; 
the consistory formally thanks 
classis for calling DuBois, well 
pleased with him, refer to the let- 
ter of the faction, anticipating 
their action, 1346; signed as if 
official, desires the views of classis 
upon all the proceedings, (.\pr. 

1700) 1353-57, 1362, 1363, 1366-67 



112 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 

York City {continued) 

Selyns and DuBois write to the 
Consistory of Schenectady about 
their call of Freeman, importance 
of ecclesiastical regularity, (Sept. 
4, 1700) 1384-85; also write to 
classis on same topic, 1386-88; 
both parties in the New York 
church satisfied with DuBois, 
classis considers the subject closed, 
(Dec. 6, 1700) 1428-29; troubles 
in the church after the death of 
Bellomont, 1441-42 

Old poorhouse and grounds to 
be sold, new site to be bought and 
a new poorhouse built, (1701) 
1460-62; fees fixed for certificates 
of baptism, of church membership, 
of marriage and of record of bans, 
1480; strangers wishing to become 
members of church must bring wit- 
nesses of character, 1480; consis- 
tory only to choose churchmasters, 
(1701) 1481; nonsalary payers to 
lose their pews, 1482; elders and 
deacons must subscribe to the reso- 
lutions of consistory before taking 
oflBce, 1484-85; death of Domine 
Selyns, DuBois recognized as first 
pastor, he is requested to delay 
seeking a colleague, (Oct. 1701) 
1484-85; church gives £57, 48 to 
church of Schenectady toward 
building, (1701-2) 1487; consis- 
tory resolves that the "Arms " 
(wapen) of Leisler and Milboume, 
may remain in the church, and 
their bodies remain undisturbed 
under the church, so long as their 
friends may desire, (May 24, 1702) 
1490o; elders may be chosen to 
office without first having been 
deacons, 1502; Cornbury's instruc- 



CoUegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
tions about the appointment of 
schoolmasters amended by the 
Assembly, (1702) 1509-11; consis- 
tory sells old poorhouse, (Jan. 
1703) 1514, 1802; the church- 
masters to be sole judges of what 
repairs are necessary to the prop- 
erty, 1515; Peter J. Marius wills 
f 100 to the church for ministerial 
support, (Mar. 12, 1703) 1518-19; 
committee of Trinity Church to 
meet with committee of Dutch 
church to adjust certain claims as 
to ownership of graveyard, (Oct. 
19, 1702) 15196; church gives 
£9, 7s, TMid to A. Rutan, of Hack- 
ensack, 1520 

Elder Nicholas Bayard cleared 
of certain illegal charges, after a 
false imprisonment and sentence 
to death, (1703) 1529, 1543, 1596, 
1599; Madame Knight's allusion to 
Collegiate Church in her descrip- 
tion of New York, (1704) 1550- 
51 ; the consistory to meet four 
times a year and the churchmasters 
to meet with them, and have a de- 
ciding vote, (May 1709) 1558-59, 
1992-93; Domine DuBois forwards 
Kingston's call for a minister to 
the classis, 1563, 1571; the church 
claims her right, by her charter, 
to appoint her own schoolmasters 
without interference from the 
governor, (Jan. 1705), 1584-85; 
the churchmasters to meet on the 
first Friday of each month to at- 
tend to their special business and 
dispose of sittings in the church, 
(Mar. 1705) 1585; ministers shall 
have only one vote at the election 
of elders and deacons, (Oct. 1705) 



a Leisler and Mllbourne were executed In 1691 and were burled under what is 
now the rear of the Tribune Building. In 1698 their bodies were exhumed and 
forcibly burled under the floor of the Dutch church in Garden street, against 
the protests of the consistory, the vestry of Trinity Church, and the respectable 
citizens generally. Selyns having died, this action was taken to prevent the re- 
opening of the question of their removal. 

b This relates to about 70 feet of the northern end of present Trinity church- 
yard. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



113 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of Xew 
York City (continued) 
1596-97; insulting conduct of Gov- 
ernor Combury to Domine DuBois 
when presenting Domines Beys 
and Antonides to him, (1706) 
1615-19; the consistory issues a 
circular letter to all truth-loving 
persons, concerning the circum- 
stances connected with the instal- 
lation of Freeman, by DuBois, over 
the church of Xew Utrecht alone, 
to the exclusion of the other 
churches of Kings county, (Feb. 19, 
1706) 1631-35, 1642; consistory 
writes to classis on account of the 
troubles on Long Island, the rude- 
ness of Governor Cornbury, and 
the general condition of the 
churches, (May 1706) 1646-53, 
1699; the special condition of the 
church of Xew York, 1653-54, 
1700; DuBois had published a Com- 
pendium of Christian Doctrine, 
1653, 1700; special paper by Domine 
DuBois on the " State of the Dutch 
Church " in its relation to the 
English governors, (May 24, 1706) 
1657-60; his special request for 
redress, in various particulars, 
from the government of England, 
through the classis, 1660-62; Du- 
Bois and his consistory counsel 
Domine Beys to be patient with 
Cornbury's arbitrariness, 1664; 
Cornbury finally compelled to yield 
and allow Dutch ministers to offi- 
ciate without a civil license, (June 
1706) 1667-68; Messrs Makemie 
and Hampton, two Presbyterian 
divines, solicit the use of the 
Dutch church, for services, granted, 
if the governor consents, (1706) 
1669-71, 1681-82; legal opinion 
given against Cornbury's attempt 
to control the affairs of the Dutch 
churches, (Jan. 8, 1707) 1679-80; 
DuBois indorses Antonides's ac- 
count of the source of the troubles 
in Kings county, 1681, see 1639-45; 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of Xew 
York City {continued) 
regulations about the baptism of 
illegitimate children, (1707) 1689; 
classis is expecting a deliverance 
from Pensionary Buys (great 
counselor of Holland), on the re- 
ligious liberties of Xew York, 1682, 
1689, 1702; characterization of 
Cornbury, (1702-8) 1711 

Classis laments the attempted de- 
struction of the liberties of the 
Dutch church, urges peace on Long 
Island, (Feb. 1709) 1716-20; clas- 
sical letters tampered with, 1723; 
letters to Xew Y^ork captured on 
the seas, 1733; arrival of many 
Palatines in New York, 1724, etc., 
(see Palatines), the Assembly re- 
quest Domine DuBois to recommend 
a Dutch chaplain for Dutch troops 
going to Canada, effort of Paul 
Van Vleck to obtain ordination for 
this office, DuBois and Antonides 
refuse to ordain him on the As- 
sembly's order, (June 1709) 1760- 
61 ; report of the circumstance sent 
to the classis, DuBois and An- 
tonides protested against the order 
but Freeman was willing, im- 
portance of a classis in America, 
(July 8, 1709) 1769-73; DuBois 
writes Kingston in connection with 
the trial of Domine Beys, (1709) 
1794; Pensionary Buys promises 
assistance in reference to the 
liberties of the Dutch church in 
Xew York, (Oct. 1709) 1803, 1841; 
reasons of tlie delay, the matter 
to be presented at court in Eng- 
land, classis doubts the wisdom of 
an American Classis, (1710) 1845, 
1857-58; correspondence with 
classis, (1711) 1878 

Xo amounts of money under 
£50 shall be put out at interest 
except by unanimous vote, the 
communion table to be fenced to 
prevent confusion in approaching 
it, (June 3, 1711) 1883; thedepu- 



114 



TKE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
ties of the synod have paid their 
respects to the lord counselor pen- 
sionary, and have requested him 
to speak on the liberty of the 
Dutch churches with Lord Marl- 
borough or Ambassador Townsend 
at the court of England, a writ- 
ten account of the American 
Dutch churches put into his 
hands, (Sept. 30, 1711) 1887-88; 
the account books of the elders, 
almost full, to be transcribed, and 
kept in new books of the best 
kind, but no longer in guilders, 
but in pounds, shillings and pence, 
(Dec. 13, 1711) 1897; regulations 
made as to the succession of sit- 
tings in the church, (1712) 1903- 
5; petition presented to the con- 
sistory for the calling of a col- 
league to DuBois, a church meet- 
ing to be called to consider it, 
(Feb. 1712) 1916, 1922; in com- 
ing to the Lord's table, members 
requested to approach it from the 
west side, and to leave by the east 
side, 1916; a bill presented to the 
Assembly to enable certain ones 
to dispose of the estate of Mrs 
Selyns, rejected, (Oct. 29, 1712) 
1964-65; members of the great 
consistory, when invited to con- 
fer, to have an equal vote with 
members of the consistory, (^lar. 
11, 1713) 1992-93, see 1.584-85; 
members of the great consistory 
and members of the church are 
asked to bind themselves to sup- 
port a second minister, when 
called. (Mar. 11, 1713) 1993, 1999; 
church sends large supply of food 
to the Palatines. (1713) 2002-3; 
Henricus Boel presented to classis 
proper classical and ecclesiastical 
certificates and was received 
amon? the "Recommended." Oct. 
2, 1713) 2009-10: the classis ad- 
vises DuBois to seek to obtain a 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 

York City (continued) 
colleague, (Jan 9, 1714) 2011-12; 
allusion to the new Dutch church, 
(1714) 2017-18; the Collegiate 
Church expresses her sympathy 
with Trinity Church on occasion 
of a malicious defilement of her 
premises, and if the governor 
ofiFers a reward for the discovery 
of the offender, will contribute £15 
toward the amount, (Feb. 15, 
1714) 2021-22, 2027; classis in- 
forms DuBois of the plan of peace 
for Kings coimty which she has 
sent to those churches, desirability 
of a second pastor for New York, 
(Mar. 14, 1714) 2035-37. 

Parties borrowing money of the 
deacons, to be notified that they 
must pay interest promptly or be 
prosecuted, the securities also to 
be notified, (1714) 2054-55; the 
churchmasters shall make no al- 
terations in the seats without per- 
mission of consistory, no action 
shall be valid except by a vote 
of a majority of elders, deacons 
and churchmasters, (Aug. 4, 
1714) 2069; Domine DuBois de- 
clares in writing his desire for a 
colleague, all elders, deacons and 
churchmasters, before entering on 
their office must sign the call of 
the minister, the churchmasters 
are united with the elders and 
deacons in all their business, the 
great consistory indorsed the ac- 
tion of the consistory, and a call 
was prepared and sent to Holland, 
(.Tan. 1715) 2076-77, see 1992, 
2746; the text of the call, (Mar. 
6, 1715) 2077-81, 2104; when the 
deacons render their accounts, each 
one shall present his individual 
account, (.Tune 1. 1915) 2094; Du- 
Bois reports the restoration of 
peace on Long Island, refers to 
the call of his church for a col- 
league to him, apologizes that it 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



115 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
is sent to individual members of 
the classis, instead of to the clas- 
sis as a body, settlement of an 
old dispute,* (Apr. 1, 1715) 
2088-91, 2095; Henry Boel is ac- 
cepted by classis, as "' Commended 
for Foreign Lands," (Oct. 7, 1715) 
2097; when one is elected to an 
office in the church and declines, 
entirely new nominations must be 
made, 2100; money put out at 
interest to nonmembers of the 
Dutch church, must be charged 
eight per cent, 2100; list of 
churchmasters, (1715-1767) 2100- 
1, see 2747; classis calls Rev. 
Henry Boel to be pastor in New 
York, he accepts the call, is ex- 
amined and ordained, agrees to 
correspond with classis, (Dec. 16, 
1715) 2104-5; committee ap- 
pointed with power, to settle a 
certain difficulty, (1718) 2120; 
certain leases on the Har pen ding 
lots signed, (1719) 2139; other 
Dutch church charters modeled on 
the charter of the New York 
church, (1720) 2148, 2150-51, 2155; 
church of Raritan will not submit 
its affairs to the church of New 
York, (1723) 2206-7; flOO al- 
ways to be kept in treasury for 
emergencies, (1723) 2214; all 
church orders must be recorded, 
(1724) 2220; all church papers 
must be deposited in a chest, 
2221; history of the suits as to 
the title of the Reformed Dutch 
church to its property, 2223-29; 
new arrangement as to the salary 
of Sexton Montagne, (1724) 
2232; management of the church 
grounds, on the south side of 
Garden street, committed to the 
churchmasters, arrangements 

about pews, poor persons, coming 



Collegiate (Dutch) Ciiui-ch of Mew 
iork City (continued) 
under censui-e to forfeit their 
benefactions, (1724) 2235; legal 
decision that the church must pay 
its back quit rents on the Manor 
of Fordham, (1725) 2242-43 

Domines DuBois and Boel, with 
other ministers sign a statement 
as to the irregularity of the cita- 
tions of the Raritan consistory, 

(1725) 2309-12; Barend DeForest 
appointed parochial schoolmaster, 

(1726) 2337-39; publication of 
his appointment, 2340-43; propo- 
sition to build a second church, 
(1726) 2343-44; ground pur- 
chased at Nassau and Cedar 
streets, 2358; second appointment 
of DeForest as schoolmaster, 
(Dec. 1726) 2374; contracts, for 
building second church, (1727- 
29) 23S1, 2390-91, 2395-97, 2405- 
6, 2415, 2438, 2440; additional 
funds needed therefor, contribu- 
tions to be sought, (1729) 2449- 
54, 2456-57, 2476, 2488-90. 

Henry Michael Kock (Cook, 
Kuch) appointed organist, condi- 
tions, (1727) 2397-99, 2444-45, 
2495; action about leases, (1728) 
2400-1 ; expenses connected with 
funerals and burials, (1728) 
2444; repairing church at Manor 
of Fordham, (1729) 2476; settle- 
ment of certain bonds, (1729) 
2477-78; the ministers at New 
York authorized by the Classis 
of Amsterdam to ordain John 
Philip Boehm, of the German 
church of Pennsylvania, (1729) 
2478-88, 2529; John P. Zenger, 
the printer, applies to the posi- 
tion of assistant organist, granted, 
(1730) 2495-96; rules about 
pews, (1730) 2516-19; letter 
from the classis to the ministers 
of New York, (Dec. 1730) 2528- 



a Ttifd nrobably relates to the cessation of the Lelsler faction by the death of 
Dr Kerfbyl. 



116 



THE UNIVEESITT OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
32; an amendment to the church 
charter under consideration, 
(1731) 2551-52; minutes of the 
Synod of North Holland sent over, 
information sought about Weiss, 

(1731) 2559-60; salary of Van 
Aarnheim, chorister in the New 
Church, (1731) 2563; Van Hoek, 
sexton in the New Church, regu- 
lations about pews, (1731) 2562- 
63; an additional minister desired, 
Uomine Haeghoort under consid- 
eration, (1732) 2570-71, 2573-75; 
a call made on Haeghoort, (Apr. 
1732) 2577-79; assistant organist, 
Zenger, asks for some compensa- 
tion for his services, (1732) 
2579; address of the consistory to 
Governor Cosby, (1732) 2599- 
2600; conditions for the sale of 
vaults around the New Church, 

(1732) 2613-14; De Forest, the 
clerk, a prisoner for debt, asks 
assistance, denied, Isaac Stouten- 
bergh appointed in his place, 

(1733) 2614-15; aflFairs of the 
Manor of Fordham, (1733) 2624- 
25, 2627, 2629, 2641; contract 
with Gerrit Van Wagenen as 
schoolmaster, (1733) 2626-27; 
second appointment of Van Aarn- 
heim as chorister in the N'^'v 
Church, (1733) 262S; letter re- 
ceived from Classis of Amster- 
dam, (1733) 2629-31; consistory 
takes action about holding a 
coetus, (Mar. 1737) 2679-86; two 
elders appointed to attend a meet- 
ing to organize a coetus, (1738) 
2701, see Coetus, American Clas- 
sis, Conferentie, Kings College. 

Letter to, from classis, (1761) 
3803, 3807-8; petitions for an 
English preacher, 3818: its char- 
ter does not forbid English 
preaching, (1762) 3819, 3821, 
3827-28, 3837-40, 3911; opposition 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
to English pleaching, (May 1762) 
3819-21; fears for its charter; 
plan for saving its rights and 
privileges under the charter, (Dec. 
1762) 3838-40; plan for the in- 
troduction of English, call of Dom- 
ine Laidlie, 3853-56, 385S-59; 
continued opposition, (Oct. 1763) 
3889, 3914-15; the Heidelberg 
Catechism to be translated and 
an English psalm book with 
music, to be prepared, 3920-21, 
3924; gallery to be put in the 
Middle Church, (1763) 3909, 3912; 
consistory compensates Domines 
Blinshall and Longuevilie, of Am- 
sterdam for the trouble taken in 
securing Domine Laidlie, 3921; 
selling pews in the Middle Church, 
[Nassau street], (1764) 3933-34, 
3941; letter received from Classis 
of Amsterdam, 3947; German 
church land, Laidlie to render all 
the communion services in the 
Nassau street church, 3946; con- 
sistory receives three more letters 
from Amsterdam, two more dea- 
cons to be added to the consistory, 
3947; arrival of Laidlie, introduc- 
tion to the church, gratitude of 
the consistory, 3947-48; De 
Konde's " System of Truth " con- 
ditionally approved by classis, 
Laidlie refuses full subordination 
to the classis, 3967, 3972, 4005; 
Hardenbrook brings suit against 
the consistory, (1765), 3985-88; 
rights of the church imder the 
charter, 4031; exchange of lots; 
certain ornaments given to the 
consistory, parties involved in the 
lawsuit to be relieved of costs, 
3968, 3970; classis exhorts Laid- 
lie to join the conferentie, 3974- 
75; petitions the Common Council 
for certain lots for a burial 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOHDS 



ll*? 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City {continued) 
ground, (1765) 3982-83 ;« the 
consistory orders the translation 
of the Hellenbrock Catechism, 
3999; subscriptions made for 
building a house for a Latin 
school, 4001 ; difficulties about 
Laidlie's refusal of entire subor- 
dination to classis, 4005-7; op- 
position of DeRonde to Laidlie, 
4008-9; payment made for a font 
of musical type, 4010; two thou- 
sand copies of the Psalter in Eng- 
lish, with the Dutch musical notes 
issued, also five hundred copies 
of the catechism, 4010; the con- 
sistory refuses to recognize either 
the coetus or conferentie, (1765) 
4011, 4018; classis informed of 
the opposition to Laidlie, (Oct. 
1765) 4013, 4015-18; the elders 
complain of not having been con- 
sulted in the correspondence be- 
tween the consistory and classis 
since 1754, (1765) 4015, 4037; 
Laidlie has the largest audiences, 
4016-17; misrepresentations con- 
cerning him, 4020-21; address of 
consistory to Governor Moore, on 
his arrival, and his reply, (1765), 
4023-24; classis receives letters 
from New York, (1766) 4026-27; 
cost of the font of musical type, 
repairs of Old Church, no more 
burials to be allowed there, 4031- 
32; allusion, 4046; Laidlie re- 
ceives an exhortatory letter from 
the classis, (Apr. 1766) 4053-56; 
letter to certain members of the 
consistory, 4056-58; the Dutch 
speaking ministers to be paid 
their salaries from the interest 
arising from the properties, 4061- 
62; De Ronde versus the con- 
sistory, 4065-66; repairs, 4059; 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City {continued) 
efforts to secure peace, (1766) 
4069-74; 1800 psalm books to be 
published with the catechism and 
liturgy, (Dec. 1766) 4076; the 
sextonship," 4078-79 ; thirteen 
members of the church write to 
the classis concerning the misrep- 
resentations made, the lawsuit, 
and Laidlie's successful ministry, 
(Feb. 1767) 4081-82; efforts for 
peace, 4082-83; the church, as 
such, remains neutral about the 
coetus and conferentie difficulties, 
subscriptions for a third church 
building, 4087-88, see North 
Church; remonstrance from the 
so called " Dutch party " in the 
church; review, (July 1767) 4094- 
95; a consistory elected, (1766) 
4103; title page and preface of 
the psalm book, (1767) 4103-4; 
consistory's answer to the com- 
plaint of the Dutch party, (Nov. 
1767) 4099, 4103-8; proceeds 
from sales in the Manor of Ford- 
ham mostly invested in real 
estate, 4106; suit of the Dutch 
party against the consistory dis- 
missed with costs of suit, 4104-8; 
the prosperity of Laidlie's min- 
istry, 4108; cost of printing psalm 
book, 4110; the building of the 
third church, (1768) 4111-12; 
plan of union of the two parties 
in the Dutch church proposed, 
(Apr. 1768) 4114-25; a second 
English-speaking minister needed, 
John H. Livingston suggested, 
(1768) 4136; called, 4145-47; the 
Dutch professorship in King's 
College, 4144; accounts of the 
church, 4145; position of the 
church in reference to the union 
of the two parties, (1769) 4156- 



a Twelve lots were leased, a whole square, borderlnfr on Pearl and Rose streets, 
ahont where the Newsbovs* Lodging Honse now Is. But few burials were mad» 
hprp. After the Revolution the plot was bouprht of the city, nnd the lots sold ofr 
durlnp the following half century at a great profit. The church school was located 
here for many years. 



118 



THE TJiaVEESITY OF THE STATE OF KEW YORK 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church, of Xew 
York City (continued) 
57; writes to the classis concern- 
ing the '■ plan of union " pro- 
posed, 4159-60; Livingston's call 
received in Holland, (July 1769) 
4164, 4169, 4171-72, 4174; classis 
informs the church of its inten- 
tion to throw up the care of the 
American churches, (1769) 4175, 
41S1; allusion, 41S0; Livingston 
accepts the call, is licensed and 
ordained, (Apr. 1770) 41S2-S3, 
4184, 4191; the church petitions 
for a patent for 24,000 acres of land 
in northeastern New York [now 
Vermont], on same terms as those 
granted to Trinity Church, 41S3- 
S4, 4190-91; the church takes a 
young negro for a debt, 41S4; al- 
lusions, 42S6-S7; the township of 
Leyden given to the Collegiate 
Church, (Aug. 1770) 4190, 4201- 
2; arrival of Dr Livingston, 4191; 
address of consistory to the new 
governor Dunmore, and his reply, 
(1770) 4193; address to Governor 
Tryon, and his reply, (1771) 
4203; allusions, 419S-99; rules 
about the Lord's Supper, family 
visitation, (Apr. 1771) 4200-1; 
invites all the chiirches to a gen- 
eral convention, (Sept. 4, 1771) 
420S-9, 4211, 4226; answers, 
topics to be considered, 4209-10; 
the convention, articles of union 
adopted, (Oct. 1771) 4210-lS; the 
" church order " of the Synod of 
Dort now formally adopted, 4212, 
421S-26; the church of New Y'ork 
informs the classis of their ap- 
proval of the acts of the conven- 
tion, (Oct. 30, 1771) 4227-2S; the 
joy of the classis, 4234-35, 4237- 
38, 4242-43, 4245-46; their letter 
to the convention, (Jan. 14, 1772) 
4235-36; letter to the consistory 
of Xew Y'ork, 4237-38; collections 
to be taken up for prisoners and 
their families, (1772) 4238; an- 



Collegiate (Dutch Church of Xew 
York City (continued) 
nuity given to the widow of 
Domine Boel, 423S; call for a 
second convention, (Apr. 27, 1772) 
4240; allusions, 4242; second con- 
vention, signing anew of the arti- 
cles of imion, (June 1772) 4242- 
48,, 4251; the church appoints del- 
egates to the newly established 
'• general meeting," 4252 ; expenses 
in connection with English wor- 
ship, the cost of the English serv- 
ice, 4254-55; how the collections 
in the different churches are to be 
disposed of, 4256; Van Steenberg 
called to be th3 teacher of poor 
children, 4260-61, 4265; the set- 
tling of the township of Leyden, 
4257, 4262-65; classis suggests 
Dr Livingston as professor of 
theology, 4278, 4281, 42S5-S6, 
4288, (1784) 4317; the church 
gives a number of psalm books 
to the church of Dover, Dutchess 
county, X. Y., 4283; allusions, 
4284-88; the Revolution, churches 
closed. 4291 : the British forces 
take Xew York, 4298; Trinity 
Church grants the use of St 
George's chapel to the Dutch loy- 
alists in the city, (Oct 1779) 
4304-5; Eev. Garret Leydekker of- 
ficiates, 4305; Dr Livingston sup- 
plies the church of Poughkeepsie, 
(1781-83) 4309; changed condi- 
tions after the war, (1783), 4312- 
15, 4320; Dr Livingston elected 
professor of theology, (Oct. 1784) 
4322-25; elected also as professor 
of theology in Queens College, 
(May 1785) 4327; elaborate let- 
ter of Domine Ritzema to the 
classis about the conditions of the 
church, (Dec. 10, 1785) 4332-36; 
allusion, 4387; Dr Livingston ad- 
vocates consistorial trusteeship in 
Dutch churches, (17S6) 4338. 
4346; English psalmody, 4345; 
the grants of the CoUesiate Church 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



119 



Collegiate (Dutch) Church of New 
York City (continued) 
in Ritzema'a possession, 4333; in 
reference to the several church 
edifices, see Church-in-the-Fort, 
South Church, Middle Church, 
North Church 

Collegium qualifactum, 3975 

Collett, Sir James, 17SS 

Collica, sec Cottica 

Collineau, Matthew, 1322 

Collins, E., warden of St Peter's 
Church, Albany, (1792) 4366 

Collins, Captain Edward, (1736) 
2670 

Collins, John, 1972, 2099 

Collum, see Kollum 

CoUyn, Jean, 553 

Colman, Dr, 3431 

Colombia (Columbia), 2855 

Colombo, Ceylon, 1102, 2702, 2923, 
2952, 3105, 3792, 3947, 4164 

Colonial churches, regulations for 
the government of, (1025) 38, 39, 
232, 277-78, (1628) 74-80, 
(1638) 119, (1640) 130-36; ex- 
tracts from their letters to be 
sent to the synods (1639) 123-26, 
(1641) 138-39, (1645) 189, 190 

Colonies, meaning of the term, 3430 

Colored persons; Stuyvesant estab- 
lishes a school for, (1662) 522 

Columbia College, allusion, 4187; 
the new name given by the Legis- 
lature to Kings College, (1787) 
4342; donations from the State, 
(1791) 4363 

Colve (Colue), Anthony, adminis- 
tration, (1673-74) 628-62; gives 
deed to the consistory for the 
church in the fort, (1674) 649- 
50, 661-62, 671; allusions, 1437, 
3453 

Colver (Kolver, Colvert), Johannes, 
2841, 2887, 2890, 3099 

Colvius, Rev. Nicholas, 1104, 1113 

Coly, Jan. 643 

Colyer, James, 3031. See also 
Coljer, Jacobus 

Combined congregations, 4216 



Combs (Comes), Richard, 2132-35 
Comes, Gilbert, 3806 
Comes, John, (1761) 3806 
Comets, (1067) 597, (1680) 758, 

832 
Comforters of the sick (Kranken- 
bezoekers, or Ziekentroosters) , 
their general duties, 45-48; early 
at INIanhattan, 46, 48, 52, 53, 78, 80; 
must subscribe to the Standards, 
(1630) 80, 81; must present 
themselves to the dassis, (1636) 
89; must be presented to the di- 
rectors of the W. I. Company, 
90; instructions to, 90, 281; form 
of call, (1036) 96-97; questions 
as to their right to perform mar- 
riages and to baptize, 110, 175, 
184-85; ought also to teach school, 
240 
Commissary, 1691, 2096, 2102. See 

also Suffragan, Bishop 
Commissary, (trading agent, fac- 
tor), 153-54, 316, .363-64, 395, 419, 
475 
Commission, to Rev. Theodore Fre- 
linghuysen, to raise funds in Hol- 
land for an academy for the 
Dutch, (1755) 3551-52 
Commissioners, in Ilolland, to call 
ministers for churches in America, 
837, 874 
Commissioners and trustees of the 
charity funds in England, for the 
Palatines, (1709) 1787-88 
Commissions of the Dutch directors 
general, see Directors and Direc- 
tors-General 
Commissions of the English gov- 
ernors, see Governors 
Committee of safety, (1689) 065, 

968, 971, 973, 980, 982, 984 
Common law. The, of England, 1080, 
3429; adopted by the State of 
New York, (1777) 4300 
Common prayer, book of, 545, 829, 
852, 912, 915, 991, 1033-34, 1037, 
1213, 1219, 1862, 1868, 1963; 
translated into Dutch, (1709) 
1743; into French, (1709) 1750- 



120 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Common prayer, book of (cont'd) 
51 J into German, 1871, 1880; into 
Mohawk, (1762) 3840; new edi- 
tion in Mohawk, (1764) 2677, 
3902, 3911; allusions, 1961, 1963, 
2060, 2075-76, 2093, 2098, 2102, 
2109, 2112; fifty German copies 
sent to Haegar, (1721) 2185; 
allusions, 4137-38, 4173-74, 4205; 
proposed revision of, (1784) 4325 

" Common Sense," a pamphlet on 
independence, (1776) 4297 

Commons, see House of Commons 

Communion of saints, 175 

Communion table, 3990 

Communipaw, N. J., 1063 

Compendiums of Faith, 881; by 
Rev. John Megapolensis, (1651) 
287, 296, 349, 350; by Rev. Gual- 
terus DuBois, (1706) 1653, 1700; 
by Rev. Theodore Frelinghuysen, 
(1748) 3018-19; by Rev. L. De- 
Ronde, (1753) 3904, 3967, 4064; 
allusion, 4336 

Competent judge, the Classis of Am- 
sterdam claims to be the only, 
2365, 2367-68, 2370, 2404, 2541, 
2639, 2692-93, 2713 

Compion, Mr, see Compton, Spencer 

Complainants against Frelinghuy- 
sen, (1723-33) 2201, 2244, 2333, 
2351, 2356-57, 2362, 2364, 2366- 
68, 2400, 2413-14, 2419-24, 2446, 
2448, 2454-56, 2460-68, 2537, 
2540-44, 2553-54, 2566-67, 2571, 
2583-88, 2594-95, 2604, 2629, 
2638-40, 2652-60, 2696 

Complaint (Klagte), against Rev. T. 
J. Frelinghuysen, (published 1725), 
2254, 2307, 2308-29, 2330, 2332-35, 
2348-51, 2356, 2361-69, 2371-72, 
2382; report on, 2401; allusions, 
3047-48 

Compton, Rev. Dr Henry, Bishop of 
London, 2299, 2882. 

Compton (Compion) Spencer, mem- 
ber of the House of Commons, 
1725-26, 1731-32, 1787, 1834, 1840 



Concessions and agreements, re- 
ligious, granted by Berkeley and 
Carteret, in New Jersey, (1665) 
509-70 

Concklin, Benjamin, 927 

Concklin, Edward, jr, 3173 

Concklin, Jeremiah (Concklyn, Jer- 
emy), 927 

Concklin (Conklin), John, 3926, 3985 

Concord, Mass., 813 

Condict, Rev. Ira, (1800) 4390 

Conewago, N. Y., (1800) 4383, 4389 
(probably an error for Cagh-- 
nawaga, which see) 

Conewago, Pa., 4247, 4248 (1784) 
4318 

Conference, for union of coetus and 
conferentie, prevented by Ritzema, 
(1769) 4150-59 

Conferentie, letters to classis, ( Sept. 
3 or 30, 1755) 3582-85, (Sept. 30, 
1756) 3589-90, 3599, 3609-10; ac- 
tion of classis, 3644-47, 3654-56, 
3674-76; second letter of, to the 
classis, (Nov. 9, 1756) 3678-80; 
third letter of, to classis, (Oct. 12, 
1758) 3720-24; makes propositions 
to coetus for union, (May 6, 
1760) 3752-58, 3765-74, 3793-95; 
letter to classis, (Oct. 5, 1761) 
3811; letter from classis, to the 
conferentie, (Oct. 3, 1763) 3895- 
97; a second effort for union, 
(June 19, 20, 1764) 3925-26; acts 
of the conferentie and letter to 
classis, (June 20, 1764) 3926-30; 
letter from the classis, to the con- 
ferentie, (Feb. 4, 1765) 3972-74; 
publishes condemnatory letter of 
classis to the coetus of 1763, 
(1765) 3991-96, 4012; suggests ap- 
pealing to the king against the 
coetus, 4014, 4023; acts of, and 
their letter to classis, (Oct. 1765) 
4011-14; members of, sign their 
names to the original articles of 
the coetus and claim to be the only 
true representative of that body, 
(1765) 4028-29, 4057-58, 4072, 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



121 



Conferentie, letters to classis (con- 
ttTiued) 
4122-25, 4144, 4147; acts and 
letter of the conferentie, (May 

1767) 4088-89; another letter to 
classis, (Oct. 1767) 4102-3; the 
classis to the conferentie, (June 

1768) 4126; action of Synod of 
North Holland, (1768) 4128; in- 
vited to a conference with the 
coetus, meeting defeated by Ritz- 
ema, (1769) 4153, 4165; classis 
writes to, giving up all care of 
the American churches, (1770) 
4175, 4192, 4194, 4197; plan of 
union finally submitted, 4196-97, 
4226; general convention; union 
effected, (1771) 4209, 4212, 4226, 
4227, 4235, 4365 

Confession of faith, allusion, 80; 
translated by Laidlie into English, 
(1764) 3921, 3924; allusion, 3987, 
4124, 4134, (1788) 4348. See also 
Belgic Confession 
Confession of one's faith, (1619- 

1771) 4223 
Confession sermons, 3189, 3479, 3485 
Confirmation, of heathen children of 

proper age, permitted, 76-77 
Confiscation, 1257, (1776) 4290 
Congregational churches of Long Is- 
land, petition Governor Colve for 
freedom of religion and church dis- 
cipline, (1673) 630; of New Eng- 
land, propose conditions for locat- 
ing in New Netherland, (1661) 
510-11, 519 
Congregationalism, 2.529, 3070 
Congregationalists, 2966, 3427 
Congregations scattered by the Leis- 

ler troubles, 1048-53 
Congress asked to reprint the Bible, 

(1790) 4355 
ConingBvelt, see Koningsvelt 
Connecticut, gives advice to Leisler, 
(1686) 920; allusions, 920, 972-73, 
997, 999, 1024, 1037, 1097, 1127; 
five thousand families in, (1898) 
1170, 1222, 1333; license given to 



Connecticut (cont'd) 
Rev. George Muirson, Anglican, of 
Rye, N. Y., to baptize in Connecti- 
cut, (1706) 1635; prospects for the 
Anglican church in Connecticut, 
1611-13; Trinity Church of New 
York loans money to build an An- 
glican church at Stratford, Ct., 
(1708) 1698; Rev. Francis Philips 
sent by S. P. G. to Stratford, Ct., 
2015; College in, 1612, see Yale 
College 

Connecticut river declared to be the 
boundary between New York and 
New Hampshire, (1767) 4090 

Conogqueisen, chief of the Oneidas, 
4284-85 

Conquest of New Netherland, (1664) 
568 

Conradstown (Coenrattstown, Coen- 
rads), Canada, (1800) 43S3, 4390 

Conradus, Octavus, 1804 

Conran, Rev., 2642 

Conscience, liberty of, 545 

Conselie, Pieter, 2876 

Consensus Theologus, of London, 178 

Consistorial trusteeships in Dutch 
churches, (1786) 4338, 4343, 4346, 
4360-61 

Consistory, the, (1771) Art. ii, 4212, 
(1792) 4365; first consistory in 
New York, (1628) 52, 54, (1642) 
164, (1670) 60S, 611; list of names 
of New York consistory, (1700-40) 
1444-49; continued, (1741-67) 
2747-50, (1697) 1190, 1191, 1193, 
1197; names of consistories at Al- 
bany, Schenectady, Kings county, 
Bergen, Kingston, (1698) 1197- 
1202; Consistory of the French 
church, (1698) 1206; consistories, 
at first, comprised only of ministers 
and elders, 2569, 2793; rules for 
government of Consistory of New 
York, (1743) 3793, allusions, (4208- 
11) 4216, 4217-22, 4338 

Consistory chamber. New York, 3922 

Consolation of the sick, form for, 47 



122 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Constantinople, Rev. Martin Henry 
J^ieuwpoort, minister of Dutch 
church there, (1726) 2360-61; 
Eev. Kluppel, minister, (1745) 
2876 

Constaple, Hendrick, 4033 

Constitution of the Reformed Dutch 
church, (1619) 4218-26, (1771) 
4212, 4236, (1791) 4358, (1792) 
4364, 4367-68, 4370. See also 
Church order 

Constitution, of State of New York, 
(1777) 4300 

Conventicles, so called, by Anglican 
authorities, (1704) 1551 

Conventicles, so called, forbidden by 
Stuyvesant, 342-44, 361-62, 387, 
393, 409, 448, 454, 478, 496-99, 
527 

Convention of Anglican clergy, 
(1702) 1507-8, (1712) 1919-22 

Convention of Dutch Reformed 
ministers to form a coetus, (1737) 
2686-89 ; its formal organization, 
(1747) 2974, see Coetus; at the 
call of Rev. Theodore Frelinghuy- 
sen to form a classis, (1755) 3546- 
54, see American Classis; to estab- 
lish the independence of the church, 
(1770) 4209-27; letter of said con- 
vention to the Classis of Amster- 
dam, (1771) 4226-27; response of 
classis, (Jan. 1772) 4235-36; call 
for a second convention, 4240 ; 
meeting of, (June 1772) 4242-48; 
letter to the classis, 4248-49 ; ac- 
tion of the Synod of North Hol- 
land, 4250-52 ; another convention, 
(1784) 4320-25; another general 
convention, (Oct. 1791) 4362-63; 
another convention to ratify the 
American constitution of the 
church, (Oct. 1792) 4364-66 

Conventus, term suggested for the 
American Dutch church, instead 
of classis, (1768) 4124,4130,4135; 
not mentioned in plan of union, 
but " Particular Assembly " 
adopted instead, (1771) 4228 



Conversion of Indians, 60, 61, 150. 
See also Indian Missions 

Conversion of negroes, 150 

Conway, [Henry Seymour], secretary 
of State, 4098 

Conyn, Caspar, 3227 

Conynenberg and Van de Putte, 
printers of the Dutch Bible, 
(1732) 2598 

Cook, 2444. See also Kock 

Cook, Elizabeth, 4202 

Cook, John, 3082 

Cooke, Sir Charles, 2172-73 

Cooke, Rev. Samuel, Anglican, 4299 

Cool, Cornelis, 1200, 1560, 1636, 1638 

Cool, Lambert, 2143, 3226 

Cooly chapel, England, 187 

Cooper, Cornelis, 3028 

Cooper, Rev. Dr Myles, president of 
Kings College, (1763-75) 3816, 
3833, 3841, 3804-65, 3887, 3890, 
3910, 4185; sketch of, 4186-87, 
(1775) 4292 

Cooper, Nicholas, 2622 

Cooper, Obadiah, 3985 

Cooper, Rev. Samuel, (1725-83) 
replies to Hon. William Livingston, 
(Apr. 18, 1768) 4115-16 

Cop-a-Groeu, see Groen 

Copperthwaite, Hugh, a Quaker, 933 

Corbet, John, master of the ship 
"Beaver"', 963 

Corcelius (Corcilius), William. 3999, 
4240 

Corlaar, B. V., see Van Curler, 
Benoni 

Corlaer, Brother, Indian style of ad- 
dress to the whites, in their con- 
ferences, 1018-19, 1358, 1377-79, 
1381-82, 2070 

Corlaer, Van, see Van Curler 

Corlaer's Lake (Rodsio Lake), 15S3 

Corn, scarcity of, 758-59 

Cornel, Cornelis, 1548, 1885-86 

Cornel, Gilliam, 1990 

Cornel, Johannes, 1835-86 

Cornel, Johannes W'illems, 1624-25 

Cornel, John, 3082 

Cornel. See also Cornell 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



123 



Cornelisen, Garrit H., inhabitant of 
E8opus, 684 

Cornelison, Rev. John, 4248, (1800) 
4391 

Comelisse, Aornaut, Indian interpre- 
ter, 1166, 1224, 1318-20 

Comelisse, Claes, elder at Schagen, 
Holland, 34 

Comelisse, Cornelius, elder at Haer- 
lem, Holland, 33 

Comelisse, Gerrit, sent as comforter 
of the sick to the East Indies, 
128 

Comelisse, Peter, elder at Sloterdyk, 
Holland, 33 

Comelissen ( Cornelyssen ) , Albert, 
schepen of Brooklyn, 346, 363, 368, 
620-21 

Cornelissen, Jacob, sent as comforter 
of the sick to Guinea, 192 

Comelissen, Jan, schoolmaster in 
Manhattan, 284 

Comelissen, Laurens, skipper, at 
Manhattan, 197 

Comelissen, Peter, resident of Amers- 
foort, L. I., 366, 368 

Cornelissen, Roeloff, resident of 
Amersfoort, L. I., 366 

Cornelissen. See also Cornelyssen 

Cornelius, an Indian, 2634 

Cornbury [Edward Hyde, Viscount], 
governor of Xew York, allusions, 
879, 1442; his administration, 
(1702-8) 1489-1712; his commis- 
sion, (1701) 1481, 1492; his in- 
structions, (1702) 1487-88, 1489; 
his arrival, 1489; appointed also 
governor of Xew Jersey, (Sept. 24, 
1702 ) , his commission and in- 
structions therefor, 1496; letter to 
the lords of trade, (Sept., Oct., 
1702) 1497-1500; address of the 
inhabitants of Ulster county to 
him, 1501 ; denies permission to 
the churches of Kings county to 
call Freeman, (Oct. 1702) 1503-7; 
his council advises him not to 
press his instructions about schools 
too far, amends his instructions. 



Cornbury [Edward Hyde, Viscount], 
governor of Xew York {cont'd) 
1509-11; signs an act for encour- 
agement of a free grammar school, 
1511; signs act for better support 
of the poor, 1511; entertains Rev. 
George Keith, 1512; French min- 
ister, Peiret petitions for salary, 
1513; writes to the lords of trade 
on the ill effects of the repeal of 
Leisler's attainder, 1513-14; lords 
of trade notify him that East 
Chester must not be a distinct 
parish, 1515; removes justice Tal- 
man for sceptical remarks, 1515- 
16; realizes the importance of a 
college, 1516; church ofScers of 
Jamaica summoned before him, 
1518; urges the importance of mis- 
sions among the Mohawks, to 
counteract the intrigues of the 
French, 1520-21 ; the queen notifies 
him that governors must receive 
no presents, 1521, 1543-44; signs 
bill for enlargement of French 
church, (1703) 1521; permits the 
churches of Kings county to call 
Freeman, (1703) 1523, 1532, 1539; 
signs bill for amending the minis- 
try act of 1693, to secure its better 
enforcement, (1703) 1526, 1529- 
31 ; receives petition from church 
of Schenectady to forbid Freeman 
to leave them to go to Kings 
county, L. I., 1527; proclaims a 
thanksgiving for the success of the 
King's arms, (May 1703) 1527; 
signs act to allow the French to 
build a larger church (a virtual 
charter), (1703) 1528-29, 1531; 
signs act declaring the illegality 
of the proceedings against Xicholas 
Bayard and John Hutch ins, 
(1703) 1529, 1543; directs an in- 
quiry into an alleged riot at 
Jamaica by Rev. Mr Hubbard, a 
dissenting minister, (July 1703) 
1531, 1690; permits the churches 
of Long Island to call Freeman, 



124 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOBK 



Cornbury [Edward Hyde, Viscount], 
governor of Xew York (cont'd) 
(1703) 1539; with permission of 
Cornbury, the churches of Kings 
county send call to classis for a 
minister (1703) 1545; Domine 
Lydius, of Albany, petitions gover- 
nor for the usual allowance of £60 
for instructing the Indians, (1703) 
1549-50; is generous toward 
Trinity Church, (1704) 1552; 
recommends that the Queen's Farm 
be given to Trinity Church, 1552; 
hopes to bring the French church 
to conformity, 1552; allusion, 
1555; signs a new bill for re- 
incorporating Trinity Church, (May 
23, 1704) 1558; the text of 
the bill, 1563-66; letter to the 
lords of trade respecting sev- 
eral acts recently passed by 
the New York Assembly, (June 
1704) 1566-69; orders Rev. Mr 
Hubbard to vacate the parsonage 
at Jamaica, (July 4, 1704) 1570- 
71, 1899, 1900; Trinity Church pe- 
titions the governor to give them 
certain redemption money, (July 
18, 1704) 1572-73; petition 
granted, 1575; authorizes Stephen 
Gracherie to keep school and read 
the Dutch church service at Kings- 
ton, N. Y., (Aug. 1704) 1574 
orders the town vestry of Ja- 
maica to raise the tax for the 
minister and pay it to Rev. 
Mr Urquhart, the Anglican minis- 
ter, 1575-76; sends the Rev. Mr 
Haburn (Hepburn), to conduct 
Anglican services at Kingston, and 
directs the inhabitants to support 
him, 1576; writes to Secretary 
Hedges, Quakers troublesome in 
New Jersey, (1705) 1606; licenses 
Freeman to be minister in Kings 
county, 1607; Ms arbitrary treat- 
ment of Domines Beys and An- 
tonides, (1706) 1615-18, 1636-38, 
1642, 1644, 1663-64, 1699; pre- 
varicates about his instructions. 



Cornbury [Edward Hyde, Viscount], 
governor of New Y'ork (cont'd) 
1618-19; licenses Rev, Francis 
Goodhue, a Presbyterian, for 
Jamaica, L. I., 1620; Domine An- 
tonides obliged to seek a license 
from Cornbury, because of Free- 
man's license, 1621; forbids Free- 
man to install any illegally ap- 
pointed consistory, (Feb. 1706) 
1630; authorizes Rev. George 
Muirson to baptize in Connecticut, 
1635; review of his oppressions in 
a letter and paper prepared by the 
Dutch ministers, (May 1706) 1646- 
62, see especially, 1647, 1650, 1652, 
1659-60; he finally yields about 
his licensing preachers on the pres- 
sure of his council, (June 1706) 
1667; writes to the lords of trade 
about the chaplains, Mott, Brisac, 
Clarke, Talbot, Sharpe, 1668-69; 
his persecutions of the Presby- 
terian ministers, Makennie and 
Hampton, (1706) 1669-72, 1711; 
the Presbyterians petition the 
home government for his recall, 
(1706) 1671-72; signs act for 
baptizing slaves, (Oct. '1706) 1673; 
orders Antonides's consistory to 
deliver up the churoh books to Free- 
man and his consistory, (Jan. 
1705) 1608; legal opinion on the 
illegality of the order, 1679-80; 
the Anglicans petition for a better 
governor, (Jan. 1708) 1697; gen- 
eral character of Cornbury, 1711; 
subsequent allusions to him, 1714, 
1722, 1756-57, 1764-65, 1802-3, 
1811, 1858-59, 1862, 1888, 1890, 
1893, 1899, 1900, 1906, 1908-9, 
1978, 1983, 2041-42, 2104, 2392, 
2719, 4084 

Cornell (Cornwall), Justice [Rich- 
ard], of Long Island, 629 

Cornell, Justice William, 2130-31, 
2133, 2138 

Comelyssen (Cornelissen) , Hen- 
drick, 365-66 

Cornish, Henry, 1788 



E00LE8IASTI0AL EECOEDS 



125 



Cornish, Thomas, 500 

Cornwall, Justice, see Cornell, Jus- 
tice [Richard] 

Cornwell, Richard, of Westchester, 
2622 

Coromandel, 190 

Coronation oath, 4096, 4099 

Coronation of Queen Anne, anni- 
versary of, 1618 

Corpus Christi, festival of, 214 

Correspondence, classis within whose 
bounds either of the great com- 
mercial companies has its offices, 
shall correspond with the churches 
in the colony under the charge of 
such office, (1624) 38, see Amster- 
dam, Classis of; the Classis of 
Amsterdam authorized to open all 
letters from the colonial churches, 
(1681) 822, 20-23, 754, 783; cor- 
respondence among the Provincial 
Synods of Holland respecting the 
colonial churches, 130-35, 138-39, 
(1619) 4222; among the Ameri- 
can churches, suggested and ad- 
vised. (1663) 534, 542-44, 546- 
47, 754; among the Particular 
Assemblies [or Classes in Amer- 
ica!, (1771) 4214 

Correspondence, Fraternal, between 
Dutch and Presbyterian churches, 
(1784) 4321 
Correspondence of the American 
Synod with the Classis of Am- 
sterdam, 4315, (1784) 4321, 4324. 
(1793) 4367, 4370, 4372-73, 4376- 
79, (1797) 4377, (1799) 4377, 
(1800) 4380; ceases, (1801-10) 
4393-94; records of, (1648-1804) 
4397-99, 4402 
Corry's Brook (or Bush), 4275 
Corsen, Jan, 647 

Corsen(8) (Corsse, Corssen), Ben- 
jamin, 2120, 2624, 2793, 2795, 2797, 
3440, 3942 
Cor show, see Kershow 
Cort, Rev. Dr Cyrus, 45 
Cortelyou, Jacques, 1526 
Cortlandt, Manor of, 2999, 3452, 3583, 
3669, (1784) 4317 



Cortlandt. See also Van Cortlandt 
Cortrecht, Henry, 2843, 2864 
Corwin, Rev. Dr Edward T., secures 
the translation of the documents 
brought over by Brodhead in 1841, 
14; makes a calendar of tlie Brod- 
head documents, 14; is authorized 
by the General Synod R. C. A. to 
procure historical material from 
Holland, (1887) 15; authorized as 
synod's agent to make special re- 
searches in Holland, (1897) 16- 
17; report of his eflForts, 18-31; 
his introduction to the Ecclesias- 
tical Records of the State of New 
York, 5-31; his manual of the 
" Reformed Church in America,'' 
186, 2406; purchases Murphy's 
copy of Hon. William Livingston's 
"Independent Reflector," (1753) 
1711; his "Millstone Centennial 
Address", (1866) 2478 
Cosby, William, governor of New 
York, (1732-36) 2608-2669; wel- 
comed by Consistory of Collegiate 
Church, 2600; signs a bill to en- 
courage a public school for teach- 
ing Latin, Greek and Mathematics, 
2608; specimen of a marriage 
license, 2608-9 ; Quakers complain 
to him that their votes are re- 
fused, 2621-22; writes to the Duke 
of Newcastle, complains of the 
character of Chief Justice Morris; 
refers to the church troubles at 
Jamaica, 2623-24; signs a bill re- 
lating to the church funds at 
Jamaica, 2633, 2635, 2645; re- 
moves Chief Justice Morris from 
office, (1734) 2646-47; signs a bill 
to fortify the church of Schenec- 
tady, 2662-63; writes concerning 
the sites of churches in the Mo- 
hawk country, 2634, 2663, 2669 

Cosens (Cossens), B[arne], clerk of 
council, 1217, 1518-31 

Cosijus [Cossiusl, Cornelius, 468 

Cosine, Weber, 4199 

Cosseau, see Cousseau 

Cossenus, see Cosens 



126 



THE XmiVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Cost, John, 2098 

Coerter, Anthony, 1306, 1844, 2186 

Cothia, see Cottica 

Cothouneau, Elie, 1177 

Cotisation [assessment 1], 365-66 

Cottica (Collia, Cothia), Dutch 
Guiana, 4168, 4169 

Cotton, J. Hinde, 1971 

Cotton, Roland, 1360 

Council of James II to Governor 
Dongan, (1685) 896; order on 
ecclesiastical affairs, (1686) 925. 
See also, (1660) 494 

Council of New Netherland, first 
mention of, (1628) 51; allusion, 
84 

Council of New York, (1664) 544- 
45, (1685) 895; writes to Earl of 
Shrewsbury about the revolution in 
New York, (1689) 963; proposes a 
ministry bill, (1691) 1013-16; writes 
to Blathwayt and to the king, (1691) 
1023-25; proclaims a fast, 1026; 
its alleged position in the govern- 
ment, (1693) 1075-76; allusions, 
1114-17; action on Sabbath obser- 
vance, 1130; action on the support 
of the government, (1714) 2050; 
allusions, (1719) 2139, (1721) 
2184 

Count Palatine, 1600 

Country, the, condition of, (1775) 
4287, (1778) 4302-4 

Court (Courte), Mr, see Coerten, 
Albert 

Court of Appeals, 2226 

Courten, Gerrit, 1198 

Courtland, see Van Courtlandt 

Courtlandtown, N. Y., (1800) 4387 

Courtney, Mr, member of the House 
of Commons, 1724, 1832 

Courts of justice, at New Amsterdam, 
414, 418, 431; at Rensselaerwyck, 
276-77; at Wiltwyck (Esopus), 
503, 538-39; at Flatbush, 365-66; 
the English language only, to be 
used henceforth in, (1731) 2563 

Cousjon, John, 3088-89, 3099 

Cousseau (Cosseau, Cossiart), 
Jacques (Jaams), 512, 557, 559, 
663-64, 582, 584, 586, 588 



Coustrier, Issacq, 557 

Cousturier, Hendrick, 608 

Cousyn, Cornelius, 4046, (1784) 
4318 

Coutrier, Gelande, 908 

Convert, Teunis, 3455-56, 3538. See 
also Coevert 

Couwenhoven, Edward, 4199 

Couwenhoven, Jan, 3331, 3538, 3560, 
3565, 3596, 3616, 3733 

Couwenhoven, John, 2686 

Couwenhoven, William, 2513, 3031, 
3087, 3102, 3235, 3288 

Couwenhoven. See also Van Couwen- 
hoven 

Covenant, between England and 
Scotland, (1643) 180 

Covenant, with the Palatines on be- 
ing sent to New York, (1709) 
1814-16 

Covert, Teunis, see Coevert, Teunis 

Cowdray, John, 3970 

Cox, Sir Charles, 1727-28, 1835-36 

Cox, Daniel, 1953, 1992 

Cox, William, at New Brunswick, 
(1732) 2588 

Cox, William, of New York City, 
(1689) 965 

Coxsackie, N. Y., 3199, 3300, 3405, 
3583, 4211, 4243, 4246, (1784) 
4319, 4382, (1800) 4389 

Crab island, 1139, 3710 

" Craftsman, The," name of a paper, 
(1753) 3457 

Crage, John, 1063 

Cralinguis, Rev. Jacob, died in Bra- 
zil, 191 

Cranehook ( Kraenhoek ) , Delaware, 
673, 676 

Cranner, Mr, 3944 

Craven [William, Ist], Earl of, 
897, 925, 943 

Crawley, Sir Ambrose, 1827 

Creede, William, 647 

Cregier (Kregier), Martin, 443, 480- 
82, 488, 622, 631, 643, 660 

Cregier (Kregier), Martin, jr, 556 

Cregier's house, 1139, 3449 

Cremyn [Kremmin, near Stetten, 
Pomerania], 153 



ECCLESIASTIOAL KECOKDS 



127 



Crespel (Krespel), Antony, elder at 

Kingston, (1739) 2720, 4033 
Crespel, Cornells, 4033 
Crespel, Petrus, 4033 
Crespel. See also Crispel 
Cresrel [Crespel], Anthoine, of Eso- 

pus, (1676) 6S4 
Cretzinger, Christian, 3937-38 
Cribius, Rev., 526 
Crimen laesae Majcstatis, 685 
Crispel, Petrus, Jun., 4034 
Crockett, John, 1728, 1836 
Croek, John, 3968 
Croese, John Ybrecht, 128 
Croghan, George, 3912, 4174 
Crol, see Krol 
Crombi, J. Aker, 3120. [Probably a 

mistake for J. Abercrombie] 
Crommelin, Daniel, merchant at 

Amsterdam, 3856, 3909, 3921, 3947, 

3999, 4010, 4031, 4036 
Crommelin, Daniel, merchant at New 

York, (1699) 1322, (1725) 2237 
Cromwell, Oliver, 170, 192, 2562, 

2636 
Croo (Croe), Heinrich, 3913, 3925, 

3982, 3999 
Crooke, Charles, 2927 
Crooke, John, 1092, 1133, 1139, 1149, 

1176, 1178, 1181 
Cross, Mary, 1334 
Croutz, H., 1793 
Crown Point, N. Y., 3107 
Crown, The, 896-97 
Cruger (Kruger), Henry, 3508, 3543- 

44 
Cruger, John, 1724, 1897, 2020, 2120, 

2216-17, 2319, 2357, 2377, 2390, 

2449, 2552, 3508, 3518, 3544; 

mayor, 3703 
Cruger, John Starr, 3986 
Cruger, T., 2488 
Cubecq, see Quebec 
Culenborgh, Holland, 591 
Culenkamp, see Kulenkamp 
Cumberland county, X. Y., or Vt., 

(1767) 4090-92 
Cumberwell, England, 1786 
Cummings, James, 490 



Cupius, Eev. 618 

Curagoa Island of, 22, 128, 156, 161- 
63, 18G, 193, 209, 210, 217, 226, 
229, 232-34, 243, 271, 278-80, 471, 
492-93, 506-8, 512, 555, 591-92, 
635, 694, 696; allusions, 869, 882, 
1044, 1046-47, 1050, 1067, 1071, 
1182, 1411; Domine Henricus Beys 
settles there, 2007-S, see Beys, 
2010, 2014; allusions, 2440, 2537, 
2792, 2952, 3105, 3671, (1763) 
3842, 3868, 3871, 3933, 4031, 4059, 
4100, 4116-17, 4119-20, 4127, 4130, 
4132, 4138-39, 4166 

Curators, 536-38. See also Orphan 
Masters 

Curler, van, see Van Corlaer 

Currency, in beavers, 165, 409, 479, 
512, 587, 625, 713, 736, 769, 779, 
821; cash, (1642) 165; common 
currency, 485, creutzer, equal to 
half penny, 1796; florin, equal to 
3s. 4d. in English currency, 1794; 
guilder, 40 cents; grain, 477, 501, 
587 ; heavy money, equal to Hol- 
land coin, 444; light money, 444; 
merchandise, (1642) 165; pound, 
English, equal to eight guilders, 
(1732) 2590; Rix dollar, (1709), 
equal to 4s, 9d, English; sewant 
(seawan), 215, 623, 625, 720; 
silver money, 625; wampum, 512, 
587, 713, 714, 721-22, 756; wheat, 
627, 714, 736, 749, 764 

Curriestown ( Currytown ) , Mont- 
gomery county, N. Y., 4383 

Curtenius, Antonius, received into 
the Classis of Amsterdam, 2439; 
assigned to New Netherland, ex- 
amined and ordained, (1729) 2475- 
76; begins his labors at Hacken- 
sack, N. J., (1730) 2600; allusions, 
2592, 2607, 2689, 2691-92, 2698; 
signs the constitution of a coetus, 
(1738) 2708, 2713; allusions, 2710, 
2723, 2727, 2755; writes to classis 
asking that Vandcr Linde may be 
examined and ordained in America, 
(Mar. 1746) 2900-2, 2904, 2926; 



128 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Curtenius, Antonius {continued) 
unites in a request for the organi- 
zation of a coetus, (1747) 2959- 
61, 2982-85, 2987-89; allusions, 
2968, 2992; active in the coetus, 
(1747-55) 2998, 3001, 3003, 3011, 
3027-29, 3052, 3087, 3098, 3101, 
3132, 3134, 3186, 3234, 3287, 3289, 
3413, 3416-17; called to the 
churches of Kings county, (1754) 
3489-91, 3518-19, 3662-64; writes 
to classis, (Feb. 20, 1755), op- 
posing the plans of Rev. Theodore 
Frelinghuysen, 3532-34 ; opponents 
to his call to Kings county, 3537- 
38, 3540, 3542, 3545; installed by 
Ritzema, 3550-51, 3563, 3565, 
3596-98, 3675, 3689; informs 
classis of the circumstances of his 
call, (June 1755) 3558-60, 3579; 
receives letter from classis, 3570; 
becomes a member of the confer- 
entie, (1755) 3582-85, 3587-90, 
3596-98, 3600 ; is suspended by the 
American Classis, 3600-4, 3607, 
3609-10; opposition to his suspen- 
sion, 3614-20, 3626-33; his death, 
(Oct. 19, 1756) 3677-79; allusions, 
3640, 3643, 3652-54, 3662-65, 
3689, 3700, 3721, 3734, 3849, 4010 

Curtenius, Professor Peter, 4010, 
4125, 4135, 4146-47, 4161, 4175 

Curtius (Cursius), Alexander Caro- 
lus, appointed Latin teacher for 
New Amsterdam by the West 
India Company, (1659) 442-44; 
complains of lack of salary, de- 
sires medicinal seeds, 451, 461; a 
herbarium provided for him, 
(1660) 474; his salary, 478, 506 

Cusart, Franz, 3382 

Customhouse, 965, 968, 971, 973, 984 

Customhouse street. New Amsterdam, 
85 

Cutler, Peter G., 2224, 2227 

Cutler, Rev. Dr Timothy, Anglican, 
3735, 3910 



Cutting, Rev. Leonard, rector at New 
Brunswick, N. J., (1764-66) ( ?) ; 
at Hempstead, L. I., ( 1766-84 )o 
3997, 4299 

Cuyler (Cuijler, Cuylder, Kuiler), 
Abraham, deacon at Albany, 1197, 
1308, 1844, 1972, 2071, 2186, 2670 

Cuyler, Cornells, of Albany, 2670, 
3739 

Cuyler, Elizabeth, 2609 

Cuyler, Hendrick, of Albany, (1678- 
79), 720, 703, 962, 967-68, 981, 
984 

Cuyler, Colonel Henry, churchmaster. 
New York, (1727) 2101, 2489; an 
elder, (1750) 3123, 3495-96, 3500, 
3518, 3556, 3900-1 

Cuyler, Johannes, deacon at Al- 
bany, 1308, 1317, 1326, 1337, 1342, 
1424; an elder, 2148, 2150-52, 2158 

Cuyler, John, 2047 

Cuyler, John C, 4369 

Cuyter, see Kuyter 

Daalder, 3687 

Dablon, Claude, (Father), writes to 
Governor Dongan, (1685) 904-5; 
to Domine Dellius, (1693) 1067- 
68 ; receives letter from Dellius, 
(1694) 1093 

DaCosta, Rev., 3911 

Daeken, Joh., 3547. [Possibly a mis- 
take for Joh. Decker] 

Daem, Jan Claessen, see Damen, Jan 
Jansen 

Daille (Dellie, d'Alje), Rev. Pierre, 
French pastor, New York City, 
(1683) 866, 881; allusions, 936, 
945, 947. 956, 958, 983, 1015, 1172, 
1188, 1256, 1397, 2293, 3142, 3209, 
3293 

Dailleboust, see Ailleboust, Louis d' 

D'Ailly (Daily, Dellius), John God- 
fridus, 1104, 1113, 1680, 1700-1 

Daily, Nicholas, 2478 

Daix Points, see Deux Fonts 

Dakin (Darkins), Robert, 1092, 1112 

Dalaer, Russia, 101 



a Prime, N, S., History of Long Island, p. 86, N. Y. 1845. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



129 



Dalliker [De la Coeur], Kev. 
[Frederick], pastor at Amwell, 
N. J., (1769) 4167 

Dalrymple, Sir David, 1724, 1832 

Dam, Jan, see Damen, Jan Jansen 

Damen, Jan Jansen, (1642) 164, 213 

Damman, Rev. Sebastian, secretary 
at Synod of Dort, (1619) 4226 

Danbury, Ct., 15S7 

Dancker and Sluyter's Journal, 
(1679-80), 675, 711, 871, 876 

Danckerts, Rev. Cornells, 703, 721- 
23 

Danckerts, Rev. Edward, 703 

Dandivan, D. F., 3120 

Danford, Samuel, 1360 

Danforth, Rev., 1363 

Danielsz, Symon, 1306 

Danish calendar, among books of 
Jonas Bronck, 168 

Danish Child's Book, 168 

Danish Chronicle, 168 

Danish Law Book, 168 

Danniell, Walter, 6S4 

Danskamer (Thanskamir), near 
Xewburgh, N. Y., 1800 

Darby, William N. 509 

Dartmouth, [George Legge, Ist] 
Lord of, member of the Privy 
Council, 894, 925 

Dartmouth, [William Legge, 1st Earl 
of], Secretary of State, 1688, 1797. 
1971, 1991 

Dartmouth, [William Legge, 2d Earl 
of], first Lord of Irade, after- 
wards Colonial Secretary, 4067; 
Governor Tryon writes to, about 
lands in New York east of Lake 
Champlain, (1773) 4257; writes to 
Tryon about petition of the Dutch 
and Presbyterians to enlarge the 
Assembly, (May 1775) 4287 

Darvall (Der Val), Jan, (1680) 743, 
800, 805, 842 

Dathenus, Petrus, versifies the 
Psalms, 4356 

Dauv, Isaac, 871 

Davenant, Mr, 1729, 1837 

Davenport, Thomas, 202« 



Davidson, William, 1788 

Davidts (Davidtse, Davis), (Tomas, 
Tomes), 556, 764 

Davidzoon, Rev, William, driven 
from Ireland, (1634) 174 

Davilus, Rev. Dutcli missionary in 
Brazil, 42 

Davis, Rev. Thomas, Anglican, in 
Litchfield county, Ct., (1762-66) 
3817 

Dayo, Hendricus, 4040 

Dayralle, Spencer (James), 1730, 
1732, 1838, 1840 

Dayton, Robert, 927 

Deacon, George, 1953 

Deacons (1G19) 4220-22; Jan 
Huyghens may liave been tlie first 
deacon, (1628) 53, 54; the office 
referred to, (1649) 267; a deacons' 
fund, 284-85; purchase land, prob- 
ably for a poor farm or poorhouse, 
(1651) 300; the deacons to collect 
the salary, (1667) 588; object to 
supporting the poor of the Lu- 
theran church, (1671) 621-22; the 
deacons to build a parsonage, and 
the elders to rent it for Domine 
Selyns, (1682) 804; the deacons 
to have a room in the parsonage, 
804; must no longer act as sole 
trustees of the property, but must 
consult the elders, (1685) 897-98, 
1034-35, 1148, 1151, 1163; an ex- 
ample of an election of, (1698) 
1201-3, 1264-65, 1280, 1357; di- 
rected to sell the old poorhouse, 
(1701) 1462, (1703) 1514; chest, 
2378; lists of, (1700-40) 1444-49, 
(1741-67) 2746-51; number in- 
creased, (1764) 3947, (1771), 
4221; money of, 4111, 4210 

Deacons' money, 2054 

Deacons of the Collegiate Church, 
(1700-69), alpliabetically ar- 
ranged :o Abeel, David, (1737-39) 
1448, (1742-44) 2747; Abeel, 
Garret, (1766-68) 2750; Abramse 
(Abrahamsze), Andrics, (1708-10) 
1445; Abramse, Andries, (1751- 



tt bee note under Elders. 



130 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Deacons of the Collegiate Cliurcli 
(continued) 
53) 2748; Abramse, Jacob, (1744- 

46) 2748; Aelatyne (Van Ai- 
styne), Johannes, (1760-62) 2749; 
Bancker, Adrian, (1742-44) 2747, 
(1747-49) 2748; Bancker, Adrian, 
jr, (1759-61) 274'J, (1766-68) 
2750; Banker, Christopher, (1722- 
24) 1446, (1727-29), (1732-34) 
1447; Bancker, Evert (1751-53) 

2748, (1758-60) 2749, (1764-66) 
2750; Bayard, Nicolas, (1734-36) 
(1738-40) 1448; Bayard, Samuel, 
(1712-14) 1445; Beekman, Gerard 
William, (1755-57) 2749, (1765- 
67) 2750; Beekman, Gerardus, 
(1730-32) 1447 (1735-37) 1448; 
Beekman, Gerardus, (1761-63) 
2749; Benson, Kobert, (1744-46), 
(1750-52) 2748; Bockee, Abraham, 
(1759) 2749; Boelen, Abraham, 
(1724-26) 1446, (1730-32) 1447; 
Bogert, Cornelius, (174G-4S) 2748; 
Bogert, Hendrick, (1750-52) 2748; 
Bogert, Jacobus (1763-65) 2750; 
Bogert, Jan, (1735-38) 1448, 
(1740-42) 1449; Bogert, Nicholas, 
(1758-60) 2749, (1766-68) 2750; 
Bogert, Petrus, (1754-56) 2749; 
Breested, Andrew, (1741-43) 2747; 
Brinckerhoff, Dirck, (1757-59) 

2749, (1762-64) 2750; Brincker- 
hoff, Joris, (1739-41) 1449, (1745- 

47) 2748; Brovort, John, (1749-51) 
2748, (1754-56) 2749; Byvanck, 
Evert, (1737-39) 1448, (1741-43) 
2747, (1746-48) 2748; Byvanck, 
Petrus, (1764-66) 2750; Clarkson, 
Matthew, (1731-33) 1447, (1735- 
37) 1448; Clopper, Cornelius, 
(1751-53) 2748; Clopper, Cor- 
nelius, jr, (1755-57) 2749; Clopper, 
Hendricus, (1758-60) 2749; Clop- 
per, Peter, (1748-50) 2748, (1760- 
62) 2749; Coerten, Henry, (1732- 
34) 1447; Cuyler, Ilendrick, 
(1730-32) 1447; DeGraat, Johan- 
nes, (1736) 1448. See also Graaf; 



Ueacons of the Collegiate Church 
(continued) 
De Peyster, Cornells, (1709) 1445; 
De Peyster, Isaak, (1739-41) 
1449; De Peyster, William, (1745- 
47) 2748, (1753-55) 2749; De 
Peyster, William, jr, (1767-69) 
2750; Duiken, Gerrit, (1701-2) 
1444; Duiking, Gerardus, (1738- 
40) 1448; Duryea, Jacob, (1766- 
68) 2750; Duryea, Johannes, 
(1757-59) 2749; Duyckinck, G., 
(1763-65) 2750; Everson, John, 
(1748-50) 2748; French, Philip, 
(1731-33) 1447; Goelet, Jacob, 
(1733-35) 1448; Graaf, Johannes, 
(1735-37) 1448; Groesbeek, Jo- 
hannes, (1736-38) 1448; (1743- 
45) 2747; Hardenbroek, Abel, 
(1739-41) 1448, (1743-45) 2747, 
(1747-49) 2748; Hardenbroek, 
Johannes, (1703-5) 1444, (1721- 
22) 1446; Hardenbrook, Jo- 
hannis, (1762-64) 2750; Harring 
(Haering), Elbert, (1743-45) 

2747, (1749-51) 2748; Harsin, 
Gerrit, (1733-35) 1448; Huigen, 
Leendert, (1701-3) 1444. See also 
De Klein; Kerfbyl, Johannes, 
(1710-12) 1445; Keteltas, Abra- 
ham, (1718-20) 1446; Keteltas, 
Gerrit, (1725-27) 1446; Keteltas, 
Peter, (1754-56) 2749, (1762-64) 
2750; Kip, Henry, (1764-66) 
2750; Kip, Isaac, (1701-3) 1444; 
Kip, Jacobus, (1713-15) 1445; 
Kruger (Cruger), Johannes, 
(1708-10) 1445; Kuyler, see Cuy- 
ler; Lansing, Johannes, (1759-61) 
2749; Lefferts, Abraham, (1725- 
27) 1446, (1730-32) 1447, (1733- 
35) 1448; Leflferts, Dirck, (1750- 
52) 2748, (1756-58) 2749; Le 
Roux, Charles, (1724-26) 1446, 
(1729-31) 1447, (1733-35) 1448; 

Le Roy, Jacob, (1763-65) 2750; 
Lispenard, Leonard, (1745-47) 

2748, (1749-51) 2748; Livingston, 
John, (1751-53) 2748; Livingston, 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



131 



Deacons of the Collegiate Church 
(continueii} 
Philip, jr, (1748-50) 2748, (1753- 
55) 2749; Livingston, Robert, jr, 
(1737-39) 1448, (1744-46) 274S; 
Lett, Abraham, (1756-58) 2749, 
(1763-65) 2750; Lett, Abraham, 
jr, (1760-62) 2749, (1764-6(3) 
2750; Louw, Cornelis, (1719-21) 
1446; Low, Peter, (1742-44) 2747, 
(1760-62) 2749, (1765-67) 2750; 
Lynsse (Lynsen) , Abraham, (1738- 
40) 1448, (1745-47) 2748; Man, 
Aadriaan, (1713-15) 1445; Mars- 
chalk, Andrew, (1765-67) 2750; 
Marschalk, Andries, (1704-6) 
1444, (1714-16) 1445; Marschalk, 
Francis, (1738-39) 1448-49, 

(1746-48) 2748; Marschalk, Jo- 
hannes, (1734-36) 1448; Mars- 
chalk, Pieter, (1741-43) 2747; 
Meyer, Ide, (1735-37) 1448; 
Moene, Dr Jacob (1717-19) 1446; 
Mver, Andrew, (1753-55) 2749; 
Xarbury, Jan, (1705-7) 1444; 
Promine, Lucas, (1752-54) 2748; 
Provost, Wilem, (1716-18) 1445; 
Rapalye, Garret, (1761-63) 2749, 
(1766-68) 2750; Rapalye, Rem, 
(1764-66) 2750; Ray, Richard, 
(1753-55) 2749, (1757-59) 2749; 
Reynders (Reinders), Barent, 
(1709-11) 1445; Richard, Paul, 
(1729-30) 1447: Roos. Gerrit, 
(1731-33) 1447; Rooseboom, Wil- 
lem, (1723-25) 1446; Roosevelt, 
Cornelius, (1765-67) 2750; Roose- 
velt, Isaac, (1756-58) 2749, (1762- 
64) 2750, (1766-68) 2750; Roose- 
velt, Jakobus, (1730-32), 1447, 
(1734-36) 1448; Roosevelt, Jako- 
bus, (1761-62) 2749; Roosevelt, 
Jan, (1721-23) 1446, (1727-29) 
1447; Roosevelt, Nicholas, (1752- 
54) 2748, (1757-59) 2749; Rut- 
gers, Antony, (1711-13) 1445; 
Rutgers, Harmanus, Jr., (1740-42) 
1449; Rutgers, Hermanus, 1729- 
31) 1447; Rutgers, Petrus, (1736- 
38) 1448; Ryke, Hnedrick, (1742- 



Deacons of the Collegiate Church 
{continued) 

44) 2747; Schuyler, Brandt, (1743- 

45) 2747; Schuyler, Philip, (1714- 
16) 1445, (1718-20) 1446; Seckels, 
Zachrias, (1767-69) 2750; Staats, 
Dr Samuel, (1701-2) 1444; Stout- 
enburg, Isaac, (1709-11) 1445; 
Stoutenburg, Isaac, jr, (1767-69) 
2750; Stuyvesant, Gerardus, (1744- 

46) 2748; Syoerts, Olphert (1704- 
6) 1444; Teller, Olivier, (1716-18) 
1445, (1720-22) 1446; Ten Eyck, 
Abraham, (1741-43) 2747; Ten 
Eyck, Anthony, (1755-57) 2749; 
Ten Eyck, Coenrad, (1732-34) 
1447, (1736-38) 1448; Ten Eyck, 
Jacob, (1719-21) 1446; Tiebout, 
Tennis, (1761-63) 2749; Turck, 
Cornelis, (1740-42) 1449; Turk, 
Jacobus, (1749-51) 2748; Tyebout, 
Albertus, (1752-54) 2748; Van 
Courtlandt, Frederic, (1728-30) 
1447 ; Van Cuurtlandt, Philip, 
(1715-17) 1445, (1720-22) 1446; 
Van der Heul, Johannes, (1717- 
19) 1446; Van der Spiegel, Hen- 
drick, (1726-28) 1447; Van der 
Spiegel, Jacobus, (1703-5), (1707- 
9) 1444, died, 1708; Van Dyck, 
Richard, (1755-57) 2749; Van 
Gelder, Hermanus, (1722-24) 
1446; Van Iloorn, Gerrit, (1710- 
12) 1445; Van Hoorn, Captain 
Joannes, (1715-17) 1445; Van 
Home, Abraham, (1723-25) 1446; 
Van Home, Cornelis, (1740-42) 
1449; Van Imburg, Gysbert, (1702- 
4), (1707-9) 1444; Van Ranst, 
Cornelius, (1747-49), (1752-54) 
2748, (1756-58) 2749; Van Ranst, 
Petrus, (1739-41) 1449; Van Til- 
burg, Pieter, (1705-7) 1444, 
(1712-14) 1445; Van Vleck, Abra- 
ham, (1726-28), (1731-33) 1447; 
Van VVagenen, Jacob, (1767-69) 
2750; Van Wyck, Abraham, (1730- 
32) 1447, (1734-36) 1448; Van 
Wyck, Theodorus, (1747-49) 2748 
(1754-56), (1758-60) 2749; Van 



132 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Deacons of the Collegiate Church 
(continued) 
Zandt, Jacobus, (1764-66) 2750; 
Van Zandt, Wynant, (1732-34) 
1447; Ver Plank, Guilliam, (1737- 
39) 1448; Vredenburgh, William, 
(1748-50) 2748; Wanshaar, Jan, 
(1702-4), 1706-8) 1444; (1711- 
13) 1445; Wynkoop, Benjamin, 
(1706-8) 1444; Wynkoop, Cor- 
nells, (1750-52) 2748 

Deacons' treasury, 2358-59 

D'Arbille, see D'Orville 

Death, forty pictures of, one of the 
books of Jonas Bronck, 168 

Death, four ends of, 168 

Death, John, 509 

Deaux [D'eaux], Chevalier, 1123 

De Baun (DeBaan), Carolus (Carol, 
Caarel), 3012, 3027, 3632 

De Baun, Petrus, 3617 

De Beavois, Charles, 1885, 3030-31 

[De] Beavois, Jacobus, 1885 

De Bevoise, Dominicus, 3074 

De Bevoise (De Bevois), Joost, 
3616, 3733 

De Beys, see Beys 

De Bitare, Andre Saens, a Spanish 
priest, (1719) 2140 

De Blez, James, (1761) 3810 

De Bonrepos, see Bonrepoa 

De Boyteulx, Gabriel, 998 

De Brass, J. J., 1294 

De Brown, Major, (1703) 1519 

De Bruin, Rev. Thomatius, 707 

De Bruyas, Jacques, see Bruyas, Rev. 
Jacques de, S. J. 

De Bruyn, Captain John, 978 

De Bruyn (Bruyns), Jan Hendrick- 
sen, 636, 660, 1008, 1030, 1032, 1137 

De Bruyn, Rev., of Surinam, 1795 

Debt, prisoners for, (1727) 2377 

De Bys, see Beys 

Decannisore (Dekanissore), an In- 
dian chief, 1364, 1381 

De Carpentier, see Carpenter, Car- 
pentier 

De Casserez, Abraham, 2123 

Decker, Jacob Jansen, 684 



Decker, Johannes, 3549 

Decker, T., 3287 

Decker. See also Dekker 

Declaration of Independence, (1776) 
4291, 4294, 4297 

Declaration, the, prefixed to the 
" Complaint " against Frelinghuy- 
sen, (1725) 2348-49 

De Cockershall, see Kocherthall 

De Corlart, Madame, see Van Curler, 
Arendt, widow of 

De Cros, Rev. John Christopher, 
minister at Leyden, 4138 

De Daillebout, Governor of Canada, 
see Ailleboust, Louis d' 

De Decker, John, vice president at 
Rensselaerwyck, (1655) 340; coim- 
cilor, 475 ; allusions, 479, 497, 523, 
559 

Dedel, Commissioner, 185 

Dedication, of Frelinghuysen's last 
collection of sermons " to the Lord 
Jesus," (1749) 3048 

De Dieu, Lewis, 156 

Deen (Deine), Samuel, 497, 499 

Deerfield, Mass., 3401 

De Femdry, Jacobus, 687 

" Defence," by Kessler, against cer- 
tain sacramental errors of Jan- 
sonius, 4162 

Defense of Domine Freeman, (1726) 
2359, 2361, 2363, 2369, 2371 

Defense of " True Liberty the Way 
to Peace," — Leyd't's second pamph- 
let, (1763) 3886 

De Forci, M., 1675 

De Forest, Barent, appointed pa- 
rochial schoolmaster. New York, 
(1726) 2337-43; second appoint- 
ment, (1727) 2374-75, 2614-15 

De Forest, G., 871 

De Forest, Henry, 1526, 3014 

De Forest, Isaac, bought the " Old 
Church lot " in New Amsterdam, 
(1656) 355; signs petition to sur- 
render the province, (1664) 556; 
refuses to take unconditional oath 
of allegiance to Great Britain, 
563-65; his property, 1500 guild- 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



133 



De Forest, Isaac (continued) 

ers, (1674) 642; allusions, 484; 
998, 1112, 1128, 1136, 1145, 1149, 
1202, 1212, 1273, 1355, 1357 

De Forest, L., 3287 

De Frontenac, see Frontenac 

De Gersdorff, see Gersdorff 

De Graaff, [Cornells], Burgomaster 
of Amsterdam, 446 

De Graaff, David, 1680 

De Gree, Mr, 2754, 2769, 2796-97 

De Groot, Adrian (Arya), 2975, 
3590 

De Groot, Jacob, 2601, 3632 

De Haer [t] (d'Haer), Balthasar, 
557, 586, 641 

De Haert, Jacobus, 642 

De Haert, Matthys, 643 

De Harriette, Benjamin, 1322 

De Hart, Cornelius, 2329 

De Herder, Adrianus, 2285 

De Hertoglie, Michael, 807-8, 810-11, 
813, 816-17 

De Heyde, agent, 567 

De Ilince, Jacob, see Hinse, Jacob de 

" De Hooge Eerwaarde," to be trans- 
lated by " most reverend," and not 
by "highly reverend,'' (1789) 
4352 

De Hooges, Anthony, 198, 200, 277 

De Hooges (Hoge), Johannes, 684, 
698, (1680) 748, 750, 784 

D'Honeur, Guilliam, 557 

De Hubert, Lieutenant Jeronimus, 
633 

Deigert, Severinus, 3162 

Deism, 4058 

De Jager, Cornells Harpersen, buried 
at Manhattan, (1659), 458 

De Jonge, Jacobus, 3237-40, 3242, 
3258, 3298, 3300, 3349, 3370, 3372, 
3375, 3377, 3381, 3412, 3434, 3439, 
3461 

De Jonge, Rev. Leoninus, 127 [prob- 
ably intended for Eev. Leoninus, 
the younger, see Leoninus] 

De Kay, Hillegont, Justice, receives 
£100 from P. J. Marius, for sup- 
port of Collegiate Church min- 
isters, (1703) 1518-19 



De Key, Jacob, 800, 805, 837, 842, 

890, 892, 998 
De Key (De Kay, De Keij), Theunis, 
1030, 1112, 1138, 1190, 1202, 1212, 
1242, 1273, 1355, 1357, 1366 
De Key, Thomas, 951, 967, 998, 1322 
Dekker, Jacob, 3925-26, 3955, 3959 
De Klein, (De Kleyn, De Klyn), 
Leonard Hugh, elder, (1706) 1635, 
1648, 1662, 1799, 2376-77, 2449, 
2489 
De Koninck, Captain, 354 
De Labadie, John, 876 
De la Barre, see Barre 
De la Chassagne, Mr, 3107 
De la Faye, Secretary, 2214 
De la Grange, Arnoldus, 831, 835 
De Laisseigne, D'Esperon, 1410 
De la Mater, Abram, 2143 
De la Mater (De la Metter), Claude, 

3217, 3226-27 
De Lamberville, see Lamberville 
Delamer, [Henry Booth 2d] lord, 
member of the Privy Council, 961 
De la Metter, Abraham, 4033-34 
De la Metter, Abram, jr, 4033 
De la Metter, Benjamin, 4033 
De la Metter, David, 4033 
De la Metter, Jacobus, 4033 
De la Metter, Johannes, 2811 
De la Metter, Martin, 3621, 4011, 

4029 
De la Metter. See also La Meter 
De la Montague, see Montague 
De la Moraisiere, see Morasiere 
De Lancey, Captain, (1770) 4176-77 
De Lancey, Abram, (1727) 2376 
De Lancey, James, (1703-60) judge 
and lieutenant governor; allusions, 
(1733) 2622-23; acting governor, 
(1753) 3432; allusions, 3436, 3439, 
3451, 3478; orders a draft of a 
cliarter for Kings College, (1754) 
3482; writes to Lords of Trade, 
3485; signs charter of Kings Col- 
lege, (Oct. 31, 1754) 3514; grants 
an " additional charter " for a 
Dutch divinity professorship in 
said college, (May 19, 30, 1755) 
3544-45, 3554; dies, (July 30, 



134 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



De Lancey, James (continued) 

1760) 3761; allusions, 3891, 3908, 
4067, 4083 

De Lancey, James, jr, one of the 
original trustees of Kings College, 
(1754) 3508 

De Lancey, Oliver (1717-85) pays 
f 100 for Sir Peter Warren, toward 
the building of St George's Chapel, 
(1752) 3162; one of the original 
trustees of Kings College, (1754) 
3508; also member of Assembly 
and lieutenant governor of New 
York, (1770) 4176 

De Lancey, Peter, alleged to have 
cut timber on the Manor of Ford- 
ham without permission, (1747) 
2969 ; may buy the Manor of Ford- 
ham, (1755) 3557; allusion, 
(1756) 3651; farm no. 11, on the 
manor sold to him for £691:6:10, 
(1758) 3712, 3737; allusions to his 
mill, (1733) 2625 (1761) 3804 

De Lancey, Stephen, signs an address 
to the king, (1690) 998; signs tes- 
timonial in behalf of Dellius, 
(1699) 1322; allusions, (1706) 
1616, (1708) 1699 

De Lange, Frank, 871, 2582 

De Lange, Rev. Johannes, at Amster- 
dam, 3857, 3869, 3871, 3874-75, 
3883, 3895, 3897, 3899, 3907, 3920, 
3974, 3978, 3981, 4061 

De Lange, Peter, 622 

De la Noy, Abram, teacher, (1668) 
592, 932 

De la Noy (Lanoy), Peter, (1682) 
800, 80.5, 837, 842, 950-51, 966, 
968, 971, 973, 981-82, 984, 990, 
1001, 1008, 1023, 1028; his descrip- 
tion of Governor Fletcher, 1124-26, 
2828-29 

De la Plaine, Nicholas, 557 

De la Plancque (Saplanke), Rev. 
Nicholaes, at Amsterdam, died 
[1702], 1578 

Dolavall (d'Lauall) . Thomas, 586, 690 

Delaware. John Lord, see Delawarr, 
John, [West, 7thl Lord 



Delaware colony, 44, 45, 447, 456-58, 

878, 966; sects in, 340, 1048-53 
Delaware Indian tongue, 2746 
Delaware river, see South River 
Delawarr, John [West, 7th] Lord, 

governor of New York, 2759-60 
Delegates to ecclesiastical bodies, 

1771) 4214, 4221 
Delemont, John, 1849, 1850 
Delft, Holland, 70, 83, 155, 874; 

Classis of, 27 
Delftshaven, Holland, 70 
De Liege, Rev. Daniel A., 2796, 2993, 

3045, 3119 

Dellius, Rev. Godfridus, church of Al- 
bany desires a second minister, 
(1681) 768-71, 830, 832; reply of 
classis, (1682) 866-68; Dellius re- 
quests to be received into classis 
as a candidate for foreign churches, 
his credentials, 813-15; called to 
church of Albany, examined and 
ordained, 815-17; delay of his de- 
parture, 840-41, 845, 856; contract 
of church with him, 857-62; his 
arrival, (1683) 86.5, 867, 880-86; 
his salary, 882, 900, 903; receives 
call to Henkelom, Holland, (1684) 
880, 886, 893, 898-900; accepts 
said call, (1685) 900-4; 913; 
leaves Albany, (1687) 909, 910, 
912, 936, 945, 947; induced to re- 
turn, 936, 947. 957; obliged to flee 
on account of Leisler's persecutions, 
goes to New Jersey, Long Island, 
Boston, (1689) 1002, 1004-5, 1007, 
1010, 1041-43, 1054, 1086-88; 
writes an account of his persecu- 
tions, (1690) 992, 994-95. 1000-7; 
about to sail for Holland, induced 
to return to continue his mission- 
ary work among the Indians, 1009- 
11; his great success in this work, 
1007, 1010-11; his translation of 
the decalogue, confession of faith 
and several psalms into Mohawk, 
1087, 1103; Leisler calls him a 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



135 



Dellius, Eev. Godfridus (continued) 
Cockarano minister, 1009; is al- 
lowed, by the Lords of Trade, £60 
per annum for teaching the Indians. 
1054-57, 1065-66; Jesuit mission- 
aries thank him for mitigating 
their sufferings when prisoners 
among the Indians, 1067-70, 1094- 
95; Lords of Trade suggest his 
employment in making a treaty 
with the Indians. 1166; with Peter 
Schuyler is so commissioned, 1169; 
conference with the Indians, 1174, 
2047; patent of land to Dellius, 
(1696) 2721; is sent by Bellomont, 
with Peter Schuyler, on a mission 
to Canada, (160S) 1222-23. 12SS- 
90: their report. 1225-26: Bello- 
mont's high commendation of the 
character of his commissioners, 
1433; subsequently charges Dellius 
with fraud in securing grants of 
land from the Indians, 1222-25; 
seeks Indian testimony against 
him, 1240-42, 12S3-84; specifica- 
tion of some of the tracts of land 
obtained, 1244-45; one tract said to 
have been to Dellius alone, 1245, 
1263; Bellomont's gossipy charges 
against Dellius, 1274, 1288-90; he 
desires to repatriate, 1287; classis 
urges him to remain, 1287, 1290- 
92; Bellomont secures a bill to va- 
cate the tracts given to Dellius and 
others, (May 1699) 1292, 1296-97; 
and appoints a commission to visit 
the Mohawks and explain the [al- 
leged] deceit of Dellius, and the de- 
sign of the vacating acts, 1303, 
130.5-11. 1313-17; ninety of the 
principal men of the church of Al- 
bany petition Dellius to remain as 
their pastor, 130.5-6; his consistory 
and great consistory certify to his 
unblemished character, 1306-8; 



Dellius, Rev. Godfridus {continued) 
similar testimony from the churches 
of Schenectady and Kingston, 1308- 
11; his deposition from the min- 
istry by an irregularly called meet- 
ing of the Assembly, and by an 
irregular vote, 1314; church of Al- 
bany complains to the Classis of 
Amsterdam of this action (May 
1699), and Dellius anxious to go 
to England to complain of this 
civil interference in his church, 
1316-17; Indians recant their tes- 
timony against him, ask forgiveness 
and express grief at his departure, 
1318-20; testimonials given him by 
all tlie Dutch. Anglican and French 
ministers. 1320; from forty-sLx 
merchants of Xew York, 1.321-22; 
from the consistories of the Dutch 
and French churches, asserting the 
great wrong done him, 132.3-24; 
from the vestry of Trinity Church. 
1325: would like to settle again 
in Holland. 1333; Bellomont in- 
duces the Indians to recant their 
recantations, 1326-29; and for- 
wards his own account of all these 
transactions to the Lords of Trade, 
(,Tu1v 1699) 1329-31; also writes 
to the Bishop of London asserting 
that rector Vesey publirlv prayed 
in Trinity Church for Dellius. by 
name. 1333-35; also writes a very 
defamatory letter against Dellius 
to the Classis of Amsterdam, (Oct. 
1699) 1335; Dellius appears in 
classis (Nov. 1699), makes request 
that another minister be sent to 
Albany, he and Eev. John Lydius, 
of Antwerp, exchange places, 1336, 
1341-45, see citizens' charges 
against Bellomont. (Mar. 1700) 
134.5-46; action of classis on Bel- 
lomont's letter, Fletcher defends 



a Ijeisler's knowledtrf of theoloplcal names and terms was not very accurate. 
Fie means by this t^rm. n roccplan mlnlstpf. Corcelue was famous for h\< em- 
phasis on what Is now known ns P.iblical theolofjy in distinction from Rystomatlc 
thf^oloev. Spp Ccf^pius in Schaff-rTprzojr Enryolonpdia. 

5 Npither the original of this Iptter nor the Dutch translation was found, but 
the general points are seen in Delllus's defense, 1.394-1422. 



136 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Dellius, Rev. Godfridus (continued) 
Dellius, 1351-53, 1360-Gl, 1363, 
1390-91, 1393; defense of Dellius, 
1348-51, 1365-66, 1373-74, 1382, 
1389-91, 1426-27, (Oct. 13, 21, 
1700) 1393-1422,0 1429-39; al- 
lusions, 1568, 1610, 1613, 1680; 
special allusions to the grants of 
land, (1707) 1684-08, 2146; au- 
thorized by the Albany consistory 
to seek for them another pastor, 
(1710) 1844; petitions for arrear- 
ages of moneys yet due him for 
teaching the Indians, (1714) 2047j 
allusions, 1867; proposed settle- 
ment of the Palatines on land grant 
to Dellius, (1720) 2177; allusions, 
2191-93, 2548, 2552, 2565, 2580, 
2596, 2721, 3107, (1773) 4257 

De Lucena, Rev. Abraham, rabbi, pe- 
titions to be excused from certain 
civil duties, (1710) 1865 

De Man, Jan, 3281 

Demarest, Mr, 3413 

Demarest, Christian, 4199 

Demarest, Rev. Dr David, 16 

Demarest (De Moree), David, jr, 
3087, 3617 

Demarest, David B., deacon, 3617, 
3635, 3693 

Demarest, Garret, 4211 

Demarest, Jacobus, 3632 

Demarest (Da-demarest) , Peter, 3632 

Demarest, Simon, 3331, 3338 

Demarest, Rev. William, wrote life 
of Rev. Theodore J. Frelinghuysen, 
2565 

De Meye, Rev. George, 884, 887 

De Meyer, Henry, 998 

De Meyer, J., churchmaster, (1733) 
2101 

De Clever (Meyer), Nicholas, 557, 
563-64, 586. 593. 643, 660, 835. 951 
De Meyer (Dewyer), William, 698, 
748, 750, 784, 796 



Demicartoons, (probably a mistake 

foi demiculverins) , 574 
De Mill, Anthony, 556, 677-78 
De Molen, a ship, 386 
De Molenaer, S., his book styled 

" Spiritual and Pure Milk," 3693 
De Moor, a ship, 506 
De Moree [Demarest?], D., 3087 
De Mot, Michael, 2780-81 
De Mott, Michael, 3173 
De Moucourt, see Mourcourtius 
De Museaux, Monsieur, 3107 
De Nays (Neis), Teunis, 3546, 4243, 

4246 
De Neufoile, Mr, 1816 
De Newillip, Robert, 1788 
Denham, Rev., (1705) 1612 
Denmark, 459, 4255 
Denominational charters.^ (1775) 

4287. See also Incorporations, 
Denominations (1763), without En- 
glish preaching in the Dutch 
Church, the Dutch will join either 
the Anglican, Independent, Presby- 
terian, Baptist, Moravian or Lu- 
theran church, 3855, (1779) 4305, 
(1783) 4314-15, 4324 
Denonville (Des Noville) [Jacques 
Ren6 de Brisayl, Marquis, governor 
of Canada, letters to Governor 
Dongan, (1685) 917, 919, 923, 
(1687) 938, 945; letters to him, 
from Dongan, (1686) 921, 928, 
(1687) 938, 946, 977; allusion, 
(1724) 2234 
De Noyellis, Mr, 4176, 4179 
Denton, Daniel, 498 
Denton, Hezekiah, 2128, 2135 
Denton, Jacamiah, 2134 
Denton, James, 3173 
Denton, Nathaniell, 497-99, 647, 1518, 

1851 
Denton, Rev. Richard, emigrates 
with his congreffation from Eng- 
land, settles at Watertown, Mass., 



a This verv el/ihornte dpfpnse of Dellius is well worth studying for the light It 
throws on Rellomont's ohararter. x. * „* ♦»,«, 

b This evidently means charters for churches or congregations not of the 
Anglican communion. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOKDS 



137 



Denton Richard (continued) 

(1630) 187; removes to Hemp- 
stead, L. L, (1G44) 187; yet at 
Hempstead, (1657) 391; com- 
mended by Revs. Megapolensis and 
Drisius, 397, 411; is about to re- 
turn to England, (1657) 411 
Denton, Robert, 2128, 2135 
De Nui, Moses, see Depui, Moses 
De Peise, Xiclaas, 2811. See also 

Depue, Nicholas 
De Peyster, Widow, (1689) 966 
De Peyster, Abram, captain and 
colonel, allusions, 962, 968, 978, 998, 
1345, 1441 ; is consulted in refer- 
ence to Cornbury's arbitrary con- 
duct, (1706) 1616; urges Corn- 
bury to yield about demanding li- 
censes to preach, successful, (1706) 
1667; signs a minority report, 
(1709) 1803; a member of the 
council, (1710) 1873-74, (1714) 
2020; writes to classis, (1711) 
1878; reports in favor of giving a 
charter to the church of Kingston, 
(1712) 1934; reports in favor of 
giving a charter to French church 
of New Rochelle, (1712) 1963; al- 
lusions, 2022-25; again recom- 
mends a charter for the church of 
Kingston, (1719) 2143; signs re- 
port on petition of Palatines, 
(1719) 2145; reports in favor of 
giving a charter to church of Al- 
bany, (1720) 2151; allusion, 2175, 
(1747) 2969, 3024; one of the 
trustees of college funds, (1754) 
3515; signs petition of Ritzema for 
a Dutch professorship of divinity 
in Kings College, (1755) 3544 
De Peyster, Cornelia, 870 
De Peyster, Cornells, 1190, (1709) 
1724; an elder, (1715) 2081, 2377, 
2449, 2489 
De Peyster, Gerard, (1712) 1958-59 
De Peyster, Isaac, 2761-63, 3500, 

3556 
De Peyster (De Piester), Captain 
Johannes, aigns petition In favor of 
surrender. (1664) 556; objects to 
form of British oath, 563; finally 



De Peyster (continued) 

takes the oath, 565; subscribes six- 
teen florins (in beavers) toward 
salary of minister, (1666) 586; al- 
lusion, (1668) 591; elected orphan 
master, (1668) 595; an elder, 
(1672) 626; a burgomaster, (1673) 
631; is worth 15,000 guilders, 
(1674) 642; churchmaster, (1674) 
660; objects to form of British 
oath, (1674) 670, (1675) 677; his 
widow, (1689) 966; allusions, 1112, 
1128, 1136, 1145, 1149, 1190-93, 
1203, 1205-6, 1210-11, 1261, 1265- 
66, 1268, 1271-72, 1347, 1357, 1366, 
1406, 1424, 1428 

De Peyster, Captain John, (1709) 
1723, 1755, 1803, 1858 

De Peyster, John, appointed super- 
intendent of the Manor of Fordham 
and the Harpending property, 
(1759) 3747; allusions, 3749, 3758- 
59, 3803, 3840, 3900-1, 3921, 3970, 
4028, 4130, 4136, 4149, 4151, 4180, 
4199, 4285 

De Peyster, John, mayor of Albany, 
2635 

De Peyster, William, (1743) 2101; 
elder, (1754-68) 3500, 3556, 3830, 
3912, 4018, 4059, 4082, 4136, 4139 

De Peyster, William, jr, (1765) 
2101; deacon, (1769) 4163 

Depford, England, 1786 

Deple, Conrad, 3985 

Depositions, (1619) 4225, (1771) 
4215 

Deptford (Detfort, Depford), a ship, 
1204, 1262, 1266, 1430 

Depue, Jacobus, 3621 

Depue, Jacobus, jr, 3621 

Depue, Nicholas, 1138 

De Pue (de Pu), William, 2139, 
3869 

Depui (de Nui), Moses, 3446, 3746 

Depui. See also De Puy 

Deputati ad res exteras, (or ad res 
Indicas; or ad causas Indicas; or 
ad res maritimas), first formal al- 
lusions to, (1835) 87-90, 127; 
minutes of their acts, (1639-1804) 
19-21, 4396; allusion, 475 



138 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Deputati synodi, frequently referred 
to, as, 74, 75, 76, 79, 82, etc.a 

Deputies of classes, see Deputati ad 
res exteras 

Deputy governors, under James, 
Duke of York (1664-85) and under 
James, as King, (1685-88) 559. 
See Governors, English 

De Puy, Benjamin, 3012, 3132, 4243, 
4247 

Depuy, Elias, 3621, 4074 

De Puy, John, 4362 

De Raet, Elias, 148 

De Raziercs, Isaac, 373 

Derby, James [Stanley, 10th] Earl 
of, 1787 

De Bidder, Evert, (1699) 1306; 
makes application to teach school 
in Albany, (1703) 1522 

De Riemer, Isaac, widow of, marries 
Domine Drisius, (1659) 461 

De Riemer, Isaac, jr, (1712) 1964 

De Riemer (De Reymer), Isaac, sr, 
(1694) 1092, 1112, 1128, 1136, 
1145, 1149, 1190-91, 1193, 1242, 
1276, 1281, (1712) 1964, (1727) 
2377 

De Riemer, Margarita, 888, 1109-12, 
2761. See also Steenwyck, Selyns 

De Riemer, Peter, 1202, 1357 

Derje, see Duryee 

De Ronde, Rev. Lambertus, appointed 
by the directors of the Surinam 
Society as minister in Surinam, 
action indorsed by classis, to be in- 
stalled by classis, (1745) 2877, 
2893; plan for the conversion of 
slaves on his field, (1747) 2952- 
55 ; writes to the classis about 
affairs there, (1747) 2992-93,2995, 
3014-17; another letter to classis, 
(July 1748) 3044-46, 3049-50: 
classis writes to him, (Apr. 1749) 
3058, 3087, 3090; writes again to 



De Ronde, Rev, Lambertus (confinwed) 
classis, (May 26, 1749) 3094-95, 
3103-5, 3109; answer of classis, 
(Apr. 1750) 3110; writes again to 
classis (Jan. 17, 1750) 3120; 
visits Xew York for his health, 
(1750) 3121-22; receives call to 
the Collegiate Church of New York, 
(Aug. 30, 1750) 3123, 3351, 3385; 
subscriptions for his salary, suffi- 
cient, 3127; joins the coetus, 3012, 
3174; allusions, 3180-82, 3186, 
3189-90; a parsonage to be pro- 
vided for him, 3203; he and Ritz- 
ema write to classis, (Jan. 30, 

1752) 3213-15, 3262; allusions, 
3222, 3235; reply of classis to the 
letter of him and Ritzema, (May 
1, 1752) 3242; allusions, 3281-82, 
3287-89, 3291, 3296; complains 
that the parsonage has not yet 
been provided for him, (Jan. 25, 

1753) 3334-36; allusions, 3353, 
3372, 3385, 3398, 3412-13, 3417, 
3442, 3463, 3469, 3479-80, 3485; 
consistory releases him from his 
membership in the coetus, (1754) 
349.5-96; his salary raised to £200, 
(1754) 2749-50; preaches for the 
opponents of the coetus at Ja- 
maica, 3539; requested to attend 
the meetings of the coetus, (1755) 
3548-49; allusions, 3556, 3563, 
3565-67, 3572-73, 3576, 3600, 3633, 
3645, 3651, 3653, 3666-67, 3675, 
3680, 3887; classis writes to him 
and his consistory, (1757) 3694; 
allusions, 3711, 3719, 3722, 3724, 
3737, 3757, 3760-61; allusions, 

(1762) 3811, 3823, 3826, 3836, 
3843, 3858-59, 3869, 3877, 3900-1; 
writes to classis, (Nov. 1763) 
3903-7; allusion, 3913; translates 
the Heidelberg Catechism into 
English, (1764) 3915-20; his 



a These were oflBcers in each of the provincial synods of Holland, to execute 
the acts of the synod, and to visit the neighborins synods. Thoy were also to 
attond all oxaminations of oandidntes for thp ministry in the respective classes, 
and report on the orthodoxy of the samp. Thev wero also advisers in all difBcnlt 
matters. See Corwin's Digest of Legislation of R. C. A., 199; and Article 49 of the 
Rules of Dort, page Ivl. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



139 



De Ronde, Rev. liSnabeTtusi continued) 
Compendium of the Catechism, 
3916; classis approves his work 
conditionally, 3923-27; with Ritz- 
ema writes to consistory of Kings- 
ton about Domine Meyer, (1764) 
3930; allusions, 3946, 3949, see 
Meyer, Herman; writes to Rev. 
Winoldus Budd, (Oct. 1764) 3967; 
allusions, 3970-75; classis writes 
to, (Feb. 1765) 3975, 3980, 3999; 
defends his conduct of preaching 
in other churches and in private 
houses, (1765) 4001-4; writes to 
classis about Marshall's book on 
" Sanctification ", as to his own 
orthodoxy, as to Laidlie's non- 
subordination to classis, 4004-5 ; 
also to Rev. John Kalkoen on same 
subject, 4005-7, 4011-16; with 
Ritzema. writes to classis, (Oct. 
1765) 4018-21; with Ritzema, 
writes to Consistory of Kingston, 
4025-29; allusions, 4031-32, 4038- 
39, 4042-44, 4051-52, 4055-59; 
writes to classis, (July 1766) 
4062-65; complains of certain con- 
duct of his elders and deacons, 
4065-66, 4069-74, 4082, 4088-89, 
4093, 4099, 4101-4, 4108; performs 
a marriage illegally, (1769) 4147- 
48, 4156, 4159-60, 4163, 4165, 
4167, 4169-73, 4183, 4191, 4201, 
4205 ; preaches before the conven- 
tion for union, (1771) 4210, 4211- 
12, 4241-43; desires to visit Hol- 
land, (1772) 4249-50, 42,52, 4273, 
4275, 4273-76, 4283, 4286, (1784) 
4317; his desire to be reinstated 
as pastor, (1785) 4333-35, [made 
emeritus, 1786] 

De Roo, Rev. Jacob, 34 

De Rooy, Rev. .Jan, at Amsterdam, 
1184 

De Rossell, Chevalier, (1719) 2140 

De Ruyter, Rear Admiral Engel, 644, 
661 

Der Val, see Darvall 

De Salvaye, see Salvaye 

Desbrosses, Mr, 3911 

Des Cartes, Ren6, 718 



De Sille, Lourens, took oath of al- 
legiance to England, (1664) 565 

De Sille (De Silla), Hon. Nicasius, 
gives certificate of character to 
schoolmaster Vest ens on returning 
to Holland, (1655) 336-37; signs 
resolution to exempt Jews from 
military service, (1655) 340; signs 
order against conventicles, (1656) 
342; brings into court a proclama- 
tion of a day of prayer, (1658) 
414; signs order about church 
lands at Flatbusli, (1058) 415-16; 
allusions, 418, 443, 475, 479, 497; 
one of the deputies to install 
Domine Selyns at Brooklyn, (Sept. 
3, 1660) 480-82, 488; church- 
master, (1662) 521; a member of 
the council, (1662) 523 

Despatch (Depeche), a ship, 299 

Deux-Ponts (misprinted Daix 

Points), or Pfalz-Zweibrticken, 
House of, 1782 

De Valckenier, a ship, 228 

Devenport, Abraham, 4040 

De Voe, Frederick, 3710 

De Voe, Mrs .Joseph, 4096 

De Voisin, see Du Voisin 

Devonshire, [William Cavendish, 1st 
Duke of], 1002 

Devonshire, William [Cavendish 2d] 
Duke of, 1787 

De Voor, Daniel, 2399, 4046 

De Vos, Leonard, 3801, 3805 

De Vries, Captain David Pietersen, 
one of the Consistory of New Am- 
sterdam, (1642) 164-66, 217 

De Vries, Gerrit, 1844 

De Vries, Johannes, 1429 

De Vries, Mr, in Amsterdam, (1710) 
1860, 1865, 3282 

De Wage (Waeg, Wagh), a ship, 371, 
401 

De Weerhem, Ambrosous, 557 

De Wees, William, 2437-38, 2482, 
2487 

De Windt, Mrs Catharine, 3281, 
3290; bequeaths her estate on the 
island of St Thomas, to the Re- 
formed Dutch church there, (1759) 
3748 



140 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



De Windt, Guert S., 3281 
De Windt, Jan, Jansen, 3053 
De Windt, Lucas, 3281 
De Windt ( De Wind ) , Peter, member 
of the church in New York, (1743) 
2823; presents a forged certificate 
of licensure, (1749) 3053; is recog- 
nized as a candidate by the coetus, 
3087; coetus requests permission 
to ordain him, 3092, 3114-15; he 
expects to settle at Bergen and 
Staten Island, 3119; certificate of 
character given him, 3127; sent to 
Holland for ordination, (1750) 
3128, 3136, 3140; letter from Rev. 
Wynstock to him ( ?), (Dec. 1750) 
3144; is ordained by the Classis of 
Amsterdam, (Jan. 1751) 3148-49, 
3151-52; the forgery of his papers 
discovered, (May 1751) 3157-60, 
3165; writes to a friend in Hol- 
land about his studies and papers, 
(Aug. 20, 1751) 3167-69, 3170, 
3174-75; is suspended from the 
ministry, (Sept. 1751) 3177, 3180- 
81; further documents concerning 
him, sketch of his life, 3182-84, 
3187, 3195-3207, 3225, 3229, 3231, 
3233, 3237, 3239-41, 3246-47, 3256, 
3258-65, 3270-71, 3276-78, 3281- 
82, 3287-91, 3296, 3298-99, 3351, 
3374, 3385, 3433, 3435, 3469, 3850 
De Witt, Mr, (1770) 4176, 4178 
De Witt, Andries, (1755) 3620 
De Witt, Andries, jr, (1755) 3620 
De Witt (De Wit), Barent, (1723) 

2204, 2211, 2271, 2275 
De Witt, Cornells, elder brother of 
John De Witt, murdered by the 
populace at the Hague, (1672) 
666 
De Witt (de Wit), Egbert, (1750) 
3141, 3143, 3292-93, 3437, 3446, 
3598, 3746 
De Witt (d'Wit) Joannes, takes oath 
of allegiance to Great Britain, 
(1664) 565, (1666) 586 
De Witt (de Wit), Johannes, elder 
in Kings county, (1745) 2876; ex- 
elder, (1748) 3031 



De Witt (de Wit), John, elder of 

Fishkill, (1755) 3598, 3602 
De Witt, John, grand pensionary of 
Holland, murdered by the popu- 
lace, (1672) 666 
De Witt, John E., (1766) 4074 
De Witt, Rev. Peter, (1772) 4248, 

4307, 4362, (1800) 4391 
De Witt, Stephen, (1766) 4074 
De Witt, Rev. Dr Thomas, (1841) 11, 

12, 370, 827, 1086 
De Witt, Tierck Classen, (1663) 539 
De Wolf (Wolf), Abel, a merchant 
in Amsterdam, (1679) 736, 769, 
779, 784, 788, 821, 825-26, 855-860, 
903 
De Wolf, Peter (Pedro), (1731) 
2553, 2596, 2773, 2806, 2830, 2833, 
2848, 2866-67, 2869-70, 2873, 3125 
De Wolven, Godfrey, 2098 
Dey (Dye, Tuynies), Teunis, 4086 
Dialogue of Rev. Cornelius Van 
Santvoord, being a representation 
of the debates of the times, (1726) 
2348-51, 2361, 2363, 2369, 2372-73 
Dialogue on orthodoxy, by some Pres- 
byterian, apparently, (1726) 2350 
Diamond, The, a ship, 2140 
Dibble, Rev., Anglican, 3735 
Dickinson, Rev. Jonathan, 3515 
Dickson, Edward, 3906 
Dictionarium Danskar, 222 
Didactic theology, 4129, 4134 
Diemen (Dieme) Holland, 83, 1957 
Diemerdyk (Dimerdyk), Holland, 826 
Diet of Ratisbonne, 1675 
Digest of remonstrance of 1650, 266- 

68 
Dikeman, John, 4198 
Dilbeck, Isaac, 2437 
Dillenburg district, Germany, 3687 
Dimerdyk, see Diemerdyk 
Dincklagen, see Van Dincklagen 
Diocesan conventions, in New York, 
(June 22, 1785) 4325, (May 1786) 
4325-26 
Dioceses, 1081-82 

Diploma, for a theological professor, 
(1784) 4323 



ECCLESIASTIOAIi KECOEDS 



141 



Diplomatic agent (Domine Drisius), 
sent to the governor of Virginia, 
by Stuyvesant, (1653) 319 

Dircks, Luycas, 557 

Dircks, Magdalene, 423 

Dircksen, Cornells, 366 

Dircksen, Jan, of Bremen, 248 

Dircksen, (Dirck[e], Dirckse), Joris, 
346, 367-69, 477, 482 

Dircksen. See also Dirkee 

Directors and directors general 
(Dutch) of New Netherland, Cor- 
nells J. Mey (May), (1622-25) 
36-37; William Verhulst, (1625- 
26) 37; Peter Minuit, (1626-32) 
43, 44; Bastiaen Jansz Krol, (1632- 
33)0 46-57; Wouter Van Twiller, 
(1633-37) 84-113; William Kieft, 
(1638-47) 114-215; Peter Stuy- 
vesant, (1647-64) 216-560, 209, 
210, 224 

Dirkee, Jannetje, 703 

Dirkee, Paulus, sr, 703 

Dirkee, Paulus, jr, 703 

Dirxe, Henry, elder at Purmerend, 
Holland, 34 

Discipline, (1619) 4220, 4222, 4225- 
26, 936, (1771) 4218. See also 
Church discipline 

Disorders and fears, (1702) 1591 

Dispensations, (1619) 4220, (1705) 
1602, (1726) 2346-47 

Dissenters, Governor Andres's ac- 
count of various sects, (1678) 709; 
Selyns's reference to, (1682) 830- 
32, (1683) 868, 877-79, (1685) 
906; Dongan's account of the sev- 
eral sects, (1687, not 1684 as 
printed) 879-80; all the members, 
except one, of the Assembly that 
passed the ministry bill of 1693, 
dissenters, 1909; allusions, 1045, 
1080, 1222, 1331, 1392; the As- 
sembly declared that a dissenting 
minister may be called under the 
provisions of the act of 1693, 
(1694) 1096, (1695) 1114-15; act 
for support of [all] ministers. 



Dissenters (continued) 

(1699) 1299, 1331, (1700) 1392-93; 
allusion, 1553-54; Col. Lewis 
Morris declares the same, (1712) 
1909-10, many dissenters on Long 
Island, (1705) 1589, 1593; dis- 
senting ministers in Westchester 
county, (1705) 1611; dissenting 
ministers in London sent Rev. 
Francis Makemie to America, 
(1706) 1669-70; Trinity Church 
informs the Archbishop of Canter- 
bury that most of the inhabitants 
are of the Dutch or French Re- 
formed churches, or are dissenters, 

(1709) 1768; dissenters at Ja- 
maica, rescue their church from 
the Anglicans, (1710) 1845; dis- 
senting ministers on Long Island, 

(1710) 1874, (1711) 1892-96; 
Rev. Thomas Barclay (Anglican at 
Albany), uses all moderation to- 
ward dissenters, (1710) 1867; Mrs 
Urquhart (widow of Rev. Urqu- 
hart, Anglican), surrenders the 
parsonage at Jamaica to the dis- 
senters, (1710) 1868, 1874, 1883; 
allusions to, 1553, 1905-22, 1950, 
1990, 2014-19, 2126-28; the term 
dissenter applied to Anglicans, 
(1717) 2115; the French object 
to being called dissenters, (1725) 
2240; allusion, 2299; dissenting 
churches not included by George 
II in his commission to the Bishop 
of London giving him jurisdiction 
in America, (1728) 2408-9; al- 
lowed by Frelinghuysen to preach 
for him at Raritan, criticisms 
thereon, (1728) 2426, 2542, 2553. 
2557; dissenters recover their 
church property at Jamaica by a 
law suit, (1732) 2565; allusions, 
2567, 2569, 2585-87, 2768, 2912; 
all dissenters deny that the church 
of England is established in New 
York, (1753) 3427; seven-eighths 
of the population are dissenters. 



a See sketch of, by A. Eekhof, 1910 ; and the Van Eenaselaer Bowler Manu- 
Bcripts. 



142 



THE UNIVEESITY OK THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Dissenters (continued) 

(1754) 3481; allusions, 3502-4, 
3612; the Dutch are not dis- 
senters, 3657; allusions, 3716-18, 
3735; Dr Avery, in England, is 
correspondent with the dissenters 
in America, (1759) 3728; allu- 
sions to, 3834, 3841, 3887, 4300; 
charged with raising an alarm 
about bishops, (1763) 3864; the 
Society for Propagating the Gos- 
pel among Heathen of 1661, is 
managed by dissenters, (1763) 
3889; dissenters seeking chui-ch 
charters, (1763) 3890, 3908, 4083- 
84, 4287; the Dutch church, not 
a mere tolerated church like dis- 
senters, but a national church, 
(1764) 3944, 4083-84; dissenters 
compose the majority in many par- 
ishes, (1770) 4180; some bills pass 
the Assembly in favor of dissenters, 
because they are in the majority, 
4181; church charters denied to 
dissenters, (1775) 4287; dis- 
senters favor political independ- 
ence, (1778) 4303, 4332; all sec- 
tarian legislation against dis- 
senters repealed, (1777) 4300 
Dissenters, synod of, (1743) 2800 
Ditmars, Dominicus, 3073, 3076 
Ditmars, Douw, 3076, 3111, 3131, 

3578, 3593 
Ditmars, Johannes, 2876, 3074, 3618 
Ditmars, Lawrence (Louwerens), 

3031, 3540, 3733 
Divine worship, the Dutch to enjoy 

their own, (1664) 558 
Divinity professorship, for the 
Dutch, in Kings College, (1755) 
3544, 3554-56, 3558, 3574-77, 
3583-84 
Divorces, in the Palatinate, (1705) 

1602 
Dobbs, Mrs Catharine, 2022 
Dobbs, William, sexton of Trinity 

Church, (1714) 2020,2022 
Doctors, see Physicians 
Doctrines, sacraments and ceremon- 
ies, (1619, 1771) 4223 



Doeminit^uc, Mr, Commissioner for 
Trade and i'lautatious, 2172 

Doesbiu-g, Kev. L., 2565, 3566 

Doesburg (Driesburg), Holland, 153 

Dogwhipper (beadle), 328 

Dokkum (Dockum), Holland, 143; 
Clasuis of, 2871-72 

Dolbon, John, 1788 

Doleantie, (Complaint), 158, 160 

Doll, llev. George J. L., 4244, (1784) 
4318, 4335, (1800) 4388 

DoUinson, Charles, 509 

Dolphin, The, a ship, 1052 

Domine"s iJouwery or farm, 217, 218, 
668, 1180, 1517. See also Anneke 
Jans 

Domine's Hook, or Point, near New- 
town, L, I., 218, 579 

Dommelaer, Willem Janssen Schut, 
alias Dommelaer; referred to by 
mistake as "Dominie Laer"), 535 

Domo, Volkert, 1306 

Donation, 1146, 1149, 1151, 2649. 
See also Advowson, Patronage 

Donegal, presbytery of, 2746 

Dongan, Thomas, governor of New 
York, (1683-1088), instructions 
from James, Duke of York, (Jan. 
27, 1683) 847-48; allusion, 844; 
his administration, 847-55; peo- 
ple of Madman's Neck petition, in 
reference to their meeting house, 
(1683) 850-51; Romish priests 
brought over by, 877; organizes 
the first civil Assembly, the char- 
ter of liberties, (Oct. 30, 1683) 
864-65, 867; mayor and Common 
Council of New York petition for 
a charter, 871-72; order in council 
on the accession of James II, as 
king, 896-97; letter of James II 
to (Mar. 5, 1685) 897; veto of the 
charter of liberties, (Mar. 3, 
1685) 894-96; receives new in- 
structions from James as king, 
(1686) 915; correspondence with 
Fathers Lamberville and Dablon 
about the Indian missions in cen- 
tral New York, (1685) 904-5, 938; 
appoints a thanksgiving day; 
(Nov. 1685) 912; his report on 



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143 



Dongan, Thomaa, governor of New 
York (continued) 
the state of reiigiuu iu 2se\v York, 
(lt>87, nut lUSi, ad printed) 879- 
80; Quakers petition Dongan not 
to compel them to train, not 
granted, (16SG) 913 i their Hues, 
932-34; receives letter from Com- 
mittee of Trade and Plantations, 
(1686) 916; oorrespuudence with 
Denonville, governor of Canada, 
(1686) 917-18; new commission 
to, from James, as king, (June 10, 
1686) 918, 1592; further cor- 
respondence with Governor Denon- 
ville, about the Indian missions, 

(1686) 919-21, 923-24, 928, 934, 
938-43, 945-46; petition of Rev. 
Thomas James, of East Hampton, 
with apology for certain expres- 
sions in a sermon, (1686) 924-25; 
927-28; Eev. Jeremiah Hobart, of 
Hempstead, petitions that his peo- 
ple may be compelled to fulfill 
their agreement, 929; the French 
Protestants petition that they 
may be allowed to trade along 
the coast and islands, and to se- 
cure settlements for themselves, 

(1687) 936-37; petition granted, 
943; call for a day of thanksgiv- 
ing for the Queen's pregnancy, 

(1688) 951-52; the Collegiate 
Church of New Y'ork City peti- 
tions for incorporation, (Apr. 
1688) 952-53; order to Dongan to 
resign his government to Andros, 
(Apr. 1688) 955; allusions, 960, 
967, 977, 982, 984, 985, 987, 990, 
996-97, 1000-4, 1009, 1290; Lord 
Limerick, 1421, 1436, 2193, 2234, 
2634 

Donum Gratuitum, 4112 

Doophuis, (Baptismal Room), 31)00 

Doornich, (Doornick, Doornicus, 
Doom), Rev. Petrus, in Brazil, 
172, 173. Bee also p. ( — ) of this 
Index 

Dorchester, Evelyn, Marquis of, 1787 

Dorchester, Mass., 341 



Dordrecht (Dordiacena, Dort, Dorth), 
Holland, 1720; canons of, 80, 465, 
467, 3992 

Dordrecht, early conventions at, 
(1574, 1578) 26, 185, 430 

Dordrecht, school of, 69 

Dordrecht, synod of, (1618-19); al- 
lusions, 24, 26, 27, 71, 343, 423, 
429, 631, 648, 874, 1627-28, 2148, 
2150-52, 2156, 2181, 2206, 2469, 
2752, 4226, 4228; articles of 
church order of, to be translated, 
(1788) 4348, see 4218-26 (1791) 
4358, 4367; post acta, 26, 27, 71 

Doreslaer, Rev. Abraham a., min- 
ister of Enkhuysen, 34 

Doreslaer, Rev. David a., to be sent 
as minister to Brazil, 111, 103; 
allusion, 1020 

Dorlach (Sharon), Schoharie county, 
N. Y., (1800) 4390 

Dorlant (Dorland), Jan, elder at 
Brooklyn, 1885-86 

Dorsetshire, England, 361 

Dorsett, [Charles Sackville, 6th Earl 
of], 1002 

Dorsius, Peter Henry, his arrival, 
(1737) 2701; to be admonished, 
2717, 2732-33; his defense, 2735- 
36; Domine Freylinghuysen certi- 
fies to the good character and use- 
fulness of, (Apr. 1740) 2740; said 
to have been authorized by the 
Classis of Rotterdam to qualify 
and ordain persons to the min- 
istry, 2752; sends his testimonials 
to the Classis of Amsterdam. 
(1741) 2754, 2755-57, 2765-67; 
his claims denied, (1742) 2780-83, 
2787-88, 2791, 2708-99. 2801-3, 
2812-13; classis denies his right 
to ordain. (1743) 2827-28; ordi- 
nations by him, 2837-38. 2841, 
2844-46, 2904, 3033, .3076; re- 
quests to be sent to D' Elmina, 
Africa, (1750) 3105-6, 3121; cen 
sured for drunkenness, 3138; al 
Insions, 2.54.5. 2737, 2741. 2805, 
2810, 2849, 2874, 2887, 3046, 3108, 
3121-23 

Dort (Dorth), see Dordrecht 



144 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



D'Orville (Dorville), John (Ian 
d'Arbille), 1620, 1720 

Dosoris, L. I., 2882 

Doty, Kev. John, rector at Schenec- 
tady, (1773-77) 3813 

Douai Bible, see Bible 

Doublet [hj, &l.eorgeJ R., the poet, 
70 

Douceur, 3334; asked for by De- 
Ronde, 4027 

Doughtie, Elias, of Flushing, L. I., 
413 

Doughty, Rev. Francia, conditions 
under which he and his congre- 
gation may settle in New Nether- 
land, (1641) 137-38; administers 
the Lord's Supper in the " church 
in the fort," (1644) 197; Kieft 
suggests that he should be one of 
the arbiters to settle diflSculties 
between the director and Bo- 
gardus, 200; his antecedent his- 
tory, reasons for his coming to 
New Netherland, his patent for 
Newtown with manorial privileges, 
(1642) 258, 285; Indian war, he 
flees to Manhattan, (1643) 258, 
285; returns to Newtown, his land 
confiscated by Kieft, his appeal 
disallowed, fined and imprisoned, 
(1649) 258, 266-67, 285; removes 
to Flushing and ultimately to 
Virginia, 258, 397, 410; suit by 
his son for his father's back sal- 
ary, (1669) 600-1 

Doughty, Francis, jr, 600-1 

Doughty, William, 2133-34, 2138 

D'Outrein (Doutrein, d' Outrern, 
Outreyn), Dr John, 1702, 1720, 
1804 

Douw (Dowes), Madam, 1551 

Douw, Andries, 1306 

Douw, Hendrick, 1306 

Douw, Jonas, 1306 

Douw, Volkert, 3800 

Dover, [Henry Jermyn, 1st] Lord, 
925 

Dover, Dutchess county, N. Y., 4283, 
(1784) 4318, 4383, (1800) 4388 



Dover, James LDouglas, Ist] Duke 
of, 1787 

Dover (Doveren), England, 699, 828, 
840, 857, 859, 862 

Dover JiunUred ( Appoqueminyj, 
Ta., 1896, 1908, 19i4, xyol, 1991- 
92 

Dover, Straits of, naval battle be- 
tween Blake and Tromp, mirage, 
(1652) 311 

Dowaganhae, an Indian, 1362, 1379 

Dowes, Madam, see Douw, Madam 

Downes, The, England, 982 

Downing, Sir George, British am- 
bassador at the Hague, (1664) 
567, 577 

Draeyer, Andries, 636 

Dragonade, The, 1247 

Drake, Dr, 1827 

Drakenstein, South Africa, 2642, 
4266 

Dregterland, Holland, 35 

Drenthe, Holland, 3997 

Dreper, Hans, 636, 738 

Dreves, Jan, 3528, 3530, 3536, 3641 

Dries, Gertrude, 153 

Dries, Hendrick, 153, 225 

Driesburg, see Doesburg 

Driessen, Professor, 3933 

Drinkvelt, Cornelis, 2388 

Drisius, Mrs Elizabeth, 1032, 1137 

Drisius (Dries), Rev. Samuel, late 
minister in England, able to 
preach in Dutch, English and 
French, willing to go to New Neth- 
erland, credentials from the Eng- 
lish Presbyterian church of Am- 
sterdam, (1652) 302-8; sent to 
New Netherland, 311; protests 
(with Megapolensis) against per- 
mitting public services by the 
Lutherans, (1653) 317-18, 326- 
27; is sent as diplomatic agent to 
the Puritan governor of Virginia, 
319; his salary not regularly paid, 
324; payment assumed by city au- 
thorities, 328-29; preaches oc- 
casionally to the French on Staten 
Island, (1655) 341-42; complains 
that unqualified persons are 



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146 



Drisius (Dries), Rev. Samuel {con- 
tinued) 
preacuing at ^Xiddleburgh (Xew- 
town), 342; alluaion, 355; peti- 
tions the authorities (with Mega- 
polensis) against tolerating the 
Lutherans, (1657) 38ti-SS; writes 
(with Megapolensis) a joint letter 
about the religious condition oi 
the country, (l(i57) 393-400; fur- 
ther report about the Lutherans, 
Quakers, Presbyterians, etc., 409- 
12; suggests the establishment ol 
a Latin school, (165S) 423, 432: 
answers the complaints oi the 
Lutherans about the formula of 
baptism, 428-31; further reports 
to classis about Lutherans, ana 
Quakers, need of ministers for the 
English towns on Long island, and 
for resisting the Jesuits in cen- 
tral New York, (165Sj 432-34; 
unites (with Megapolensis) in 
sending an account of Jesuit mis- 
sions in central New York, 436- 
39; further reports on the i-.utn- 
erans, (1659) 449-50; is criti- 
cized by West India Company for 
refusing to use the old formulary 
of baptism, 460, 471; his marriage, 
308, 461; is sustained by the 
classis in reference to the bap- 
tismal formula, 471; liturgies with 
the old form sent to him by the 
company, (1660) 474; informs the 
classis that he and Megapolensis 
have decided to use the old form, 
486; is sent to Newtown and 
^ Fl^ighinjg 1^0 baptize tlje children, 
'^ '^^'4&6;*'8ent to Hempstead to baptize 
the children, 501; is becoming old, 
503-4; subscribes $200 (500 
florins) toward defense of city, 
(1664) 541; preaches every two 
months to the French on Staten 
Island 554-55; informs the classis 
of the English conquest, (1664) 
560-62, 574; takes oath of al- 
legiance to England, 565, 568; re- 
ports on the condition of the 



Drisius (Dries), Rev. Samuel (cori- 
tinued) 
church and amenities with the 
English, (1668) 598; allusions, 
602-4; is paid all arrearages of 
salary by West India Company, 
605; old and feeble, (1670) 607, 
610-13, 617, 618; his death, 
(1673) 653; allusion, 4037 
Drissive [Drissius?!, Rev., 1720 
Drogheda, massacre of, 170 
Droillet, (Drollet, Droiljet, Droil- 
het), Paul, 1206, 1268, 1324, 1528, 
1699 
Drummond (Dromomad) , Anne, 2024 
Drummond, Robert, 2021, 2024 
Drunkenness, to be punished, 512, 

1710 
Duanesborough, Scbenectady county, 

N. Y., (1800) 4383, 4389 
Dubbs, Rev. Dr Joseph H., 3278 
Dublin, Ireland, 1353, 1421, 1729, 

1837, 2671, 2673 
DuBois, Rev. Benjamin, (1771) 4211, 
4243, 4246, (1784) 4318, 4323, 
4362-64, (1800) 4390 
DuBois, Daniel, 3211 
DuBois, Rev. Gualterus, requests ex- 
amination, (1694) 1104; licensed 
to preach, 1113-14; called to New 
York, (May 4, 1699) 1297-98; or- 
dained, (June 1, 1699) 1304, 1305, 
1315-16; sails for New York, (July 

1699) 1332; church prepares to re- 
ceive him, (Aug. 7, 1699) 1332; 
gives great satisfaction, (Mar. 8, 

1700) 1344; individual members of 
the consistory write to classis, 
(Mar. 29, 1700) 1346-48; DuBois, 
at their request, certifies to their 
consistorial character, 1348, 1363, 
1366, 1428-29; entertains Free- 
man on his arrival, 1371; with 
Selyns, writes to Consistory of 
Schenectady about Freeman, 1384; 
DuBois gives general satisfaction, 
unofTicial conduct of certain mem- 
bers of tlie consistory, (Apr. 1700) 
1.354, 1357, 1363, 1386-88, 1428- 
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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



DuBois, Eev. Gualterus {continued) 
Selyns, DuBois requested tempor- 
arily to serve alone, salary in- 
creased £30, (Oct. 1701) 1484; 
allusions, 1520, 1526, 1537, 1559, 
1563, 1571; classis congratulates 
DuBois on his usefulness, (Oct. 6, 
1704) 1577-78; introduces Domine 
Beys to Governor Cornbury, (Jan. 
1706) 1615; agrees with Beys that 
he should not seek or receive a 
civil license to preach, 1616-18; 
allusions, 1607, i 621-22, 1625, 
1630; explains his attitude and 
that of his consistory toward 
Domine Freeman, (Feb. 19, 1706) 
1631-35; allusion, 1638; prepares, 
in connection with other ministers 
a full statement of the difficulties 
on Long Island, (May 23, 1706) 
1646-57, 1699-1700; his compen- 
dium, 1653-54, 1700; prepares a 
paper on the " State of the Church," 
reviewing its history, privileges, 
acts of assembly, amicable rela- 
tions with the English, courteous 
notifications to the governors of 
their calls, arbitrary conduct of 
Cornbury, with an earnest request 
for redress through diplomatic 
means in England, funds furnished 
for legal expenses, (May 24, 1706) 
1657-62; advises Domine Beys to 
be patient with Cornbury's rude- 
ness, 1664; gives further informa- 
tion to classis, allusions to this 
case during legal delays, 1667-68, 
1681-82, 1716-17, 1718, 1803, 1841, 
1845, 1849, 1858, 1882, 1887-88; 
recall of Cornbury, (1708) 1711; 
allusions, 1723, 1724, 1731, 1755-60 
Refuses to ordain Van Vleck as 
chaplain for Dutch troops, (1709) 
1760-61, 1769-73; allusions, 1794- 
95, 1858; occasionally preaches in 
Albany, (1710) 1867; visits Kingston 
in connection with the aiTairs of 
Domine Beys, reports on the same, 
(1710) 1869-70; welcomes Domine 



DuBois, Rev. Gualterus (continued) 
Vas on his arrival, (1711) 1881; 
allusion, 1888; reads the action of 
consistory to his church on suc- 
cession to seats, (1712) 1903-5; is 
requested to agree to a call for a 
colleague, (1712) 1916-17, 1922; 
references to his installation ot 
Freeman at New Utrecht, 1939, 
1942-43, 1956; allusions, 1977, 
1987, 1994-95; action about a 
colleague, 1994-95, 1999; classis 
urges the calling of a colleague, 

(1714) 2011-12; sympathy with 
Trinity Church at an act of dese- 
cration therein, joins in offering 
a reward of £15 for the arrest of 
the culprit, 2021-22; allusions, 
2033; letter from classis, (1714) 
2035-37, 2039-40; makes a written 
request to the consistory to call 
a colleague, (1715) 2076; the call 
to be made, 2077 ; the call sent to 
certain ministers in Amsterdam, 
text of the call, (1715) 2077-81; 
why the call was sent to individu- 
als rather than to the classis, 

(1715) 2088-91, 2095; the commis- 
sioners call Rev. Henricus Boel, 
his examination and ordination as 
a colleague to DuBois, 2104-5; al- 
lusion, 2139; DuBois and Boel give 
out certain statements of Freling- 
huysen's criticisms of the ministry 
as reported by Captain Goelet, 
(1721) 2182-84; allusions, 2189, 

2216; Domine DuBois shall keep 
the church chest with all import- 
ant papers, (1724) 2221; allusion, 
2250; Frelinghuysen's exhortation 
to DuBois, 2260; allusion, 2294 

Domines DuBois, Boel, Antonides 
and Vas make a statement vindi- 
cating the complainants in writing 
their complaint against Freling- 
huysen, (June 8, 1725) 2309-12; 
allusions to DuBois in the preface 
their complaint against Freling- 
huysen, (1725) 2318, 2319, 2320, 



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DuBois, Rev. Gualterus (continued) 
2327; UuBois signs the appoint- 
ment of DeForest as schoolmaster, 
and his duties, (Jan. 1726) 2337- 
39; allusions, 2335, 2352, 2364, 
2400-02, 2423, 2453, 24S5, 2487, 
2490, 2508, 2513, 2554; publishes 
the appointment, and tlie duties of 
parents and the church toward the 
scholars, 2340-43; affronts of Fre- 
linghuysen towards DuBois and 
Boel, (1726) 2352, 2354; report to 
DuBois of the purchase of land 
for a new church,a (1726), 2358- 
59; classis writes to DuBois and 
other ministers concerning Freling- 
huTsen and the troubles on the 
Raritan, (Dec. 1, 1726) 2366-71; 
Governor Burnett notified of the 
resolution to build a second 
churcli, contracts for building, 

(1727) 2375-81, 2390-91, 239.5-97, 
2405-6, 2438, 2440-41, 2449-54; 
letter to classis, (Jan. 1728) 2400, 
2401 ; address of welcome to Gov- 
ernor Montgomery, (1728) 2406; 
Domine DuBois and others advise 
the German churches of Pennsyl- 
vania to present their whole case 
to the Classis of Amsterdam, 

(1728) 2438-39, see 2425-37; 
classis writes to the Dutch minis- 
ters on this subject, 2443 ; the 
Dutch ministers authorized to or- 
dain John Philip Boehm as a 
minister for the German churches 
of Pennsylvania, (1729) 2478-84; 
the ordination, (1729) 2487-88, 
see 2468-75 ; the congratulations 
and thanks of classis, 2528-32 ; ar- 
rangement of preaching services 
for the two churches, (1731) 2551; 
an amendment to church charter 
suggested, (Sept. 1, 1731) 2551- 
52; introduces Domine Van Schie 
to congregations of Pouglikeepsie 
and Fishkill, (1732) 2582-83, 
2590; issues a circular letter to 



DuBois, Rev. Gualterus (continued) 
all ministers and churches to meet 
to form a coetus (1737) 2683-85; 
responses to the invitation, 2689- 
94, 2726, 2729; draft of the consti- 
tution of the coetus, probably 
chiefly by DuBois, (1732) 2606- 
7; his letter to the churches, 
2708-10; his advocacy of the coe- 
tus; reviews the action of the con- 
vention, 2715-17; commends 
Domine Dorsius for Schenectady, 
(1739) 2730; case of Domine John 
H. Goetschius submitted to DuBois 
and Consistory of New York, 2781- 
92; allusions, 2559, 2573-74, 2579, 
2589, 2592, 2606-7, 2620, 2672, 
2677, 2680, 2682, 2696, 2700, 2713; 
his letter to classis, (May 1741) 
2754-57, 2765, 2769-74; requests a 
colleague, 2746-47; is quite aged, 
72, (1743) 2807; writes to commis- 
sioners in Holland for a colleague, 
(1743) 2830-33; letters to him 
and others, from the classis, (Oct. 
1743) 2826-28, (Nov. 1744) 2858; 
informs the commissioners of the 
arrival of Ritzema, (Jan. 1745) 
2866-68; reports to classis on the 
Goetschius case, (Jan. 1745) 
2894-99; allusions, 2743, 2753, 
2795, 2798, 2810, 2814-15, 2819, 
2825, 2840-41, 2881, 2883; with 
Ritzema, writes to classis, (Dec. 
19, 1746) 2935-38; letters from 
classis, 2944-46, 2956-57 ; establish- 
ment of the coetus determined on, 
(1747) 2958-61, 2963, 2981; a 
member of the first coetus, 2975; 
requested to write a letter from the 
coetus to classis, 2978, 2998-3000; 
letter from the classis to DuBois, 
2985, 2987-88; reports to classis 
on the Goetschius case, (Dec. 1748) 
3023-24, 3026-27; writes a second 
letter for the coetus, (Sept. 1748) 
3031-34; prepares testimonials for 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



DuBois, Eev. Gualterus {continued) 
coetus, for candidates and minis- 
ters, 3034-35; writes a personal 
letter to classis, (Nov. 1748) 3037- 
38 ; reports further on the Kings 
county difficulties, (Jan. 1749) 
3050-52; allusions, 2905, 2969, 
2971-75, 2996, 3001-5, 3043; 
classis answers his letters from the 
coetus, (May 5, 1749) 3064-67; 
also answers his private letter, 
3059, 3069, 3071; writes, for coetus 
to classis, (Oct. 1749) 3091-93; 
classis writes to DuBois and Rit- 
zema, (Apr. 7, 1750) 3114-15; 
writes letter for coetus to classis, 
(May 7, 1750) 3119-20; for 
churches of Bergen and Staten 
Island to classis, 3127-28; con- 
cerning Arondeus, 3128-29, 3148; 
again for the coetus, (Sept. 14, 
1750) 3135-38; receives letter 
from classis for coetus, 3140-41, 
3151-52; allusions, 3087, 3089, 
3097-3102, 3105, 3108, 3110, 3112, 
3116-17, 3119, 3122-24, 3127, 
3132-36, 3138, 3145; resigns his 
office as clerk, (1751) 3178, 3179; 
writes to consistory of Claverack, 
3180; his death, (Oct. 9, 1751) 
3201; sketch, 3202; allusions, 3147- 
48, 3166, 3168, 3174-79, 3181, 
3186, 3202, 3212, 3216, 3221, 3226, 
3237, 3278, 3283, 3353, 3371, 3441, 
3455-56, 3463, 3465, 3498, 3578, 
3608, 3848-49, 3991, 4037 

DuBois, J., of Fishkill, 3186 

DuBois, Jacobus, 1200, 1562, 1638, 
1933-34 

DuBois Joh[annes], 3957. See also 
DuBoys, Johannes 

DuBois, John, 2811 

DuBois, Rev. Jonathan, licensed to 
preach by the German coetus of 
Pennsylvania, (1751) 3164, 3166, 
3287; called [for a church in 
Bucks county]. Pa., (1753) 3353; 
allusions, 3630-31, 3690, (1761) 
3808, 3828, 3882, 4086, 4097, 4166 



DuBois, Louys (Loys, Louis), 3001, 
3142, 3293 

DuBois, Matthew, 3100, 3598 

DuBois, Petrus, 3598 

DuBois, Petrus Couwenbergh, 898, 
1184, 1304, 1354, 2772, 2806-7, 
2816, 2830, 2833, 2848, 2866. 
(Father of Rev. Gualterus DuBois 
of New York ) 

DuBooys (DuBoys), Peter, 2502, 
2505, 2534-35, 2558 

DuBoys, Isaac, 4033 

DuBoys, Johannes, 4033 

DuBoys, Johannes, Jun., 4033 

Ducher, A. Wolphus, 739 

Ducher, Pet. Wolfius, 768 

Duchess county, N. Y., census of, 
2196-97 

Dudley, Colonel, 1527 

Dudley, Joseph, chief justice, (1690) 
999, 1018, 1046, 1421 

Dudley, Sir Matthew, 1740, 1787 

Dudley, William, 1788 

Duicking, see Duycking 

Duisburgh, Germany, 4008, 4037 

Duke of York, receives patent for 
New Netherland from his brother, 
Charles II, (Mar. 12, 1664) 541; 
his secret instructions to Colonel 
Nicolls as to religion, (Apr. 23, 
1664) 544-45; the "Duke's Laws," 
(Feb. 28, 1665) 570-72; New 
Netherland reconquered by the 
Dutch, (Aug. 9, 1673) 628; New 
Netherland to be restored to Eng- 
land by treaty, 639, (Mar. 31, 
1674) 644; his instructions to 
Governor Andros, as to religion, 
(July 1, 1674) 648; recommends 
Rev. Nicholas Van Rensselaer, an 
Anglican ordained minister, to one 
of the Dutch churches, (July 23, 
1674) 652; order to put the Duke's 
Laws of 1665 in force in all the 
Province, (Aug. 6, 1674) 655-56; 
conditions of resurrender, (Oct. 
1674) 662; confiscation of Gover- 
nor Lovelace's estate^ to the Duke, 



a This was the Anneke Jans property, subsequently the Trinity Church 
property. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



149 



Duke of York (continued) 

(Dec. 9, 1674) 668-69, 1517; sug- 
gests conciliation to the Dutch, 
(Sept. 15, 1675) 677; grants a 
" charter of liberties " to New 
York, giving entire freedom of 
religion, (Oct. 30, 1683) 864; 
vetoes the charter, when he be- 
comes king, (Mar. 3, 1685) 894- 
96; allusions, 985, 988, 1283. See 
also James II 
Duke's Farm, The, 218, 1517 
Duke's Laws, The, (Feb. 28, 1665) 
570-72; applicable to Long Island 
and Staten Island, extended to all 
New York, (Aug. 6, 1674) 655- 
56, 1592 
DuMond, Jacobus, 4034 
Du^Iond, John, jr, 4034 
DuMond, Petrus, 4034 
DuMond, Philip, 4033 
Du Mont ( Du Mon ) , Peter, one of the 
complainants against Frelmg- 
huysen, (1725); allusions, 2197- 
2212, 2248-49, 2291, 2309, 2320-29, 
2335, 2364, 2446-47, 2454-56, 
2459, 2461-68, 2554, 2568, 2589, 
2658, 2660 
Dunbar, James, 2070 
Dunbar, John, 2074, 2091-92, 4118 
Duncan, Alexander, 3173 
Duncan, John, Esq., benefactor of 
Anglican church at Schenectady, 
(1762) 3813 
Duncomb, Sir Charles, 1753 
Dungan, see Dongan 
Dunkirkers, 144 
Dunlap, John, 4047-48 
Dunmore, John Murray, Earl of, 
governor of New York, (1770- 
1771) 4193 
Dunshee, Henry W., 2343 
DuPre (Pree), Mr, account of the 

Palatines, 1692, 1886, 1896 
Dupue, Moses N., 2864. Bee also 

Depui, Moses 
Dupue, Nicholaes, 2864. See also De- 

pue, Nicholas 
DuPur, Mr, 1730 
Duquesnc, 3402 
Durant, Peter, 593, 622 



Durie (Durai) Samuel, 3G35, 3693 
Dury, Peter, 3632 
Duryee, Abram, 2739, 3031, 4365 
Duryee, (Derje, Durje), Daniel, 2881, 
2891, 2896, 3024, 3189-90, 3250, 
3376, 3411, 3415, 3417-19, 3421, 
3461-62, 3474, 3479-80, 3485, 
3492, 3578, 3580-82, 3726, 3737 
Duryee (Derje), Henry, 3131 
Duryee, Jacob, 4074) 4136, 4171, 

4267 
Duryee (Derje), Jannetje, 2896 
Duryee, Johannes, 2101 
Duryee, Rev. Johannes, 4248, 4357, 

4362, (1800) 4390 
Duryee (Durie, Durje), John, 3597, 

3632, 3667, 3677, 3727 
Duryee, Joost (Justus, Joseph), 3039, 
3099, 3235, 3288, 3306, 3456, 3475, 
3L38, 3573 
Duryee, Rev. Philip, (1800) 4391 
Dutch and Anglican churches alone 
secure charters in New York, 4075, 
4083-84 
Dutch Bible, see Bible 
Dutch book of " common prayer," 

see Common Prayer, Book of, 
Dutch Chapel Royal, at Westminster, 
founded by William III, (1689) 
1561; served by Rev. John Peter 
Nucella, (1704-22) 1561, 1577, 
1581 
Dutch church of the province of New 
York, her rights secured at the 
surrender, (1664) 558, 662; her 
privileges defended by Van Nieu- 
wenhuysen, (1674) 652, 679-82; 
liberties of, 849-50; persecuted by 
Leisler, (1689-91) 1041-44, 1048- 
60; attempts to override her by 
the ministry act, (1G93) 1076-83; 
the church of New York city se- 
cures her rights by a charter, 
(1696) 1136-65; attempts of Corn- 
bury to control her in her privi- 
leges, (1702-8) 1489-1712, see es- 
pecially 1615-19, 1635-38, 1639- 
45, 1646-57, 1657-62, 1679-80. 
1711; William Livingston appeals 
to, to resist the establishment of 
a sectarian college, (1753) 3367; 



150 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Dutch church of the province of New 
York ( continued ) 
petitions to have the number of 
members in the Assembly, in- 
creased, (1775) 4287; in favor of 
political independence, (1778) 
4303, 4308. See also Church 
charters; Liberties of the Dutch 
church 

Dutch churches in Brazil, 41-42. 8ee 
also p. of this Index 

Dutch churches in England, 116, 117, 
168, 174, 175, 177, 186; in London, 
1274, 1300, see Austin friars 

Dutchess county, N. Y., 1245 ; popu- 
lation of, (1698) 1264; allusions, 
2847-48, 2852-54, 4213 

Dutchess, a ship, 4291 

Dutch jurisprudence, 560 

Dutch language, 834, (1726) 2340- 
41; growing disuse of, (1748) 
3038, (1754) 3459; a minister 
called to preach altogether in 
English, (1763) 3867-68. see 
Laidlie, 3935-36, 3965, 3993, 4121, 
4128, 4261, 4332. 4334; new versi- 
fication of the Psalms, in, (1790) 
4356 

Dutch ministers and churches, 881- 
83, 884, 982, 984, 998, 1082, 1126, 
1225, 1346 

Dutch party, (1763-67) 3920, 3985, 
4005, 4026, 4029, 4069-73, 4082, 
4095-96, 4099, 4105 

Dutch party, the, vs. English preach- 
ing, (Apr. 1764) 3920, 3925, 4069, 
4082, 4094-96, 4099-4104; answer 
to their complaint, 4104-8, 4196 

Dutch professorship of divinity in 
Kings College, (1754) 3495, 3505, 
3518-19, 3612, 3626, 3649 

Dutch refugees received into England, 
(1709) 1780 

Dutch Royal Chapel, see Dutch 
Chapel Royal 

Dutch rule in New Netherland, char- 
acter of, 560 

Dutch settlements, 212-15, 254-60 

Dutch street. New York City, 4286, 
4288 



a Cornbury here says the Hudson was 



Dutch, The, ransom Fathers Jogues 

and Bressani from the Indians, 

167-68, see their names 
DuVoisin, llev., 2879-80, 3014-17, 

3044-45, 3096, 3109, 3120 
DuVoisin, Madam, 3096 
Duyckinck, Antonius, T. E., 4018 
Duyckinck, C., 4082 
Duyckinck, Gerrit (Gerard) 981, 

1008, 2101, 2868 
Duycking (Duyking, Duicking), 

Gerhardus, 4240, 4242, 4249, 4260 
Duyckman, Jan, 1198 
Duyking, J., 3912 
Duykingh, Evert, 557, 586, 642 
Duysenpoort, Abraham H., 212 
Duyvelaer, Rev. Abraham, 1073 
Dyckman [Johannes], commissary at 

Fort Orange, 316 
Dye, see Dey 
Dyer, Giles, 1174 
Dykman, Jacob, jr, 3650 
Dyre, Captain, 674, 677-79, 689 
Dysentery, epidemic of, (1668) 597 
Dyson, J., 3935, 3942 
Earl, Dr, bishop of Salisbury (or 

Sarum), ordained Rev. Nicholas 

Van Rensselaer to the Anglican 

ministry, 678-80 
Earle, Silvester, 3632 
Earnest Augustus, Duke of Hanover, 

1782 
Earthquakes, (1737) 2698-99 
East, Thomas, 1728, 1836 
East and West Blokkerhoude, 2345 
East and West Indies, 74, 75, 79, 80, 

89, 91, 94, 96, 97, 110, 112, 114, 

135, 158-60, 173, 176, 183 
East Camp, Columbia county, N. Y., 

4383. See also Germantown 
East Duyvelant (Duyreland) [Dui- 

veland], Isle of, Holland, 1195, 

1198, 1201, 1286, 1356 
East Friesland, 2121 
East Greenwich, England, 1163, 2167 
East India Company, 38, 74, 75, 91, 

158, 161; Classis of Amsterdam 

sends a remonstrance to, 218-223, 

1072, 15910, 1843, 2994, 3377-81, 

4027, 4120, 4132, 4201 

discovered by the West India Company! 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOKDS 



161 



East India churches, 4201 

East Indian Affairs, 48, 74, 75, 91, 
111, 135-36, 158, 173, 183-84, 190, 
192, 218-22, 232, 260-61, 296, 
2475 

East Indian ministers, 2966 

East Indies, 22, 48, 74, 75, 91, 110, 
158, 190, 192, 696, 1044, 1050, 
1067, 1071-72, 1099, 1100, 2760, 
2765, 2778, 3119, 3148, 3377-81, 
4127, 

East Jersey, 1593 

East Laenen (a mistake for East 
Saenen), see Oostzaan 

East Riding of Long Island, (1673) 
629 

East Saenen, see Oostzaan 

East Smithfield, England, 1785 

East Vlielandt, Holland, 40, 3821 

Eastchester, N. Y., 1077; made a 
distinct parish, (1700) 1391; 
petitions for relief from church 
rates, 1486; the separation from 
Westchester parish disallowed, 
(1703) 1515; Rev. John Bartow, 
rector, (1704) 1553, 1610; an in- 
dependent congregation there, 
under Rev. Joseph Morgan, 1554; 
Anglican church, (1776) 4290 

Easter, 198, 488, 656-58, 2499, 2739, 
2804 

Eastham, New England, 1360 

Easthampton, L. I., 629, 630, 871, 
924-25, 927 

Easton, Pa., wants a pastor, (1761) 
3808-9, 3821, 3827 

East-town (Oostdorp), 364-65, 398 

Ebbingh (Ebbinck, Ebbings), Jero- 
nimus, signs petition to surrender, 
(1664) 556; refuses to take the 
oath, 563-64; a deacon in ISTew 
York church, (1672) 625-26; a 
schepen, (1673) 631; amount of 
his property, 642; an elder, (1675) 
678 

Eburne, see Hepburn 

Ecclesiastical aflFairs in the colonies, 
order in the English Council, con- 
cerning, 925 



Ecclesiastical assemblies, ( 1619- 
1771) 4221 

Ecclesiastical books and papers, 
(1792) 4365 

Ecclesiastical Edict Book [Kerkelijk 
Pla Kaat Boek) , 26, 27 

Ecclesiastical government, 4218 

Ecclesiastical liberties of the Dutch, 
churches, see Liberties of the 
Dutch church 

Ecclesiastical offices, (1619-1771) 
4218 

Ecclesiastical property, church 
books, etc., arbitrarily transferred 
by order of Cornbury from Anto- 
nides's possession to that of Free- 
man, (1707) 1608; investments, 
buildings, etc., 257, 266-67, 284-86, 
300 

Ecclesiastical records of the State 
of New York, origin and general 
contents of, 18-31 

Ecclesiastical vestries, versus town 
vestries, 1552, 1564, 1568-69 

Echtenius, Rev. Samuel, 82 

Eck, Rev. Johannes Arn[oldus], at 
Amsterdam, 4204, 4236, 4238, 
4241, 4259 

Eckdom, Henry, 4162-63 

Edam, Holland, 34, 121; classis of, 
34, 39-40, 83, 119, 339, 4189, 4190, 
4208; synod of, (1787) 4343, 
(1806) 4394 

Edfield, Richard, 1871 

Edict of Nantes (Nantz), 2239 

Edinburgh, Scotland, 893, 1669, 2110; 
presbytery of, (1732) 4047; uni- 
versity of, 4047; first Episcopal 
church of, 4047 

Edsal, Mr, (1771) 4231 

Edsall (Edsell, Edsals, Etsel), Sam- 
uel, (1685) 968, 973, 981, 1023, 
1029 

Eduardi, [Eduardus], Rev. John, in 
Brazil, 42 

Education, 224-25, 500, 3338-41, 
3359-69, 3480-82. Bee also col- 
leges, schools 

Edward, son of Frederick V, king of 
Bohemia, 1821 



152 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Edward VI, king of England, 1082 

Edward, William, 3082 

Edwards, Rev., 3399, 3401 

Eelandt, Rev. R., 1047 [probably a 
mistake for Rev. Reelandt, or Re- 
landt. Cf. p. 899] 

Eendnacht (Union), a ship, 553 

Egerton, Rev. Dr, 3502 

[Egerton, John, 3d] Earl of Bridge- 
water, 894, 897, 1285 

Eggers, Rev. John, 2346 

Egremont, [Charles Windham, Ist 
Earl of], 3833, 3890 

Ehlig (Ehe, Ehle), see Oehl 

Ehville (Ehvill), Sir John, 1788 

Eikers, Rev., 4010 

Elbersen, Abraham, 2615 

Elbersen, Albers, sent as Sieken- 
trooster to Guinea, (1645) 192 

Elbertsen (Elberts) Elbert, 259, 366, 
368 

Elders, (1619, 1771) 4220. See also 
1148-49 

Elders and Deacons, chronological 
lists of in R. D. C. of New York 
City, (1700-40) 1444-49; list con- 
tinued, (1741-67) 2747-50; names 
in these lists classified alphabeti- 
callya: Abeel, David, (1748-50) 
2748, (1757-59) 2749, (1767-69) 
2750; Abramse, Andries, (1760-62) 
2749; Bancker, Christoffel, (1735- 
36) 1448, (1741-42) 2747, (1746- 
48) 2748, (1750-52) 2748, (1756- 
58) 2749, (1760-62) 2747; Bayard, 
Nicholas, (1745-46) 2748, (1753- 
54) 2749; Bayard (Bayert), Sam- 
uel, (1717-18), (1722-23) 1446, 
(1727-28) 1447; Beekman, Col. 
Gerard, (1719-20) 1446; Beekman, 
Wilhelm, (1703-4) 1444; Boelen, 
Abraham, (1733-34), (1737-38) 
1448; Boelen (Boele), Jacobus, 
(1700-2), (1704-6) 1444, (170SC- 
10), (1713-15) 1445, (1718-19), 
(1723-25) 1446; Bogert, Cornelius, 



Elders and Deacons, chronological 
lists (continued) 
(1761-62) 2749, (1766-68) 2750; 
Bogert, John, (1757-58) 2749; 
Bogert, John, jr, (1762-63) 2750; 
Brcestede, Andrew, (1751-52) 
2748; Brevort, John, (1764-65) 
2750; Brinckerhoff, Joris, (1754- 
55) 2749, (1763-64) 2750; By- 
vanck. Evert, (1751-52) 2748; 
Clopper, Cornelius, (1761-62) 
2749, (1765-66) 2750; Clarkson, 
Matthew, (1738) 1448; Coerten, 
Henricus, (1739-40) 1449; Cruger, 
See Kruger; Cuyler, Hendrick, 
(1734-35) 1448; Cuyler, Henry, 
(1748-48) 2748, (1753-54) 2749; 
DeKlein, Leonard Huyge, (1704-5) 
1444, (1709-10), (1713-15) 144.5, 
(1717-19), (1721-23) 1446; De 
Peyster, A., (1746-48) 2748; De 
Peyster, Abraham, (1702-4) 1444; 
De Peyster, Captain Cornelis, 
(1714-16) 1445; (1718-20) 1446; 
(1726-28), (1730) 1447, (1733- 
35) 1448; De Peyster, Isaac, (1701- 
3), (1706-8) 1444; De Peyster, 
Isaac, (1742-43) 2747, (1753-55) 
2749; De Peyster, William, (176.3- 
64) 2750; De Riemer, Isaac, fl700- 
2) 1444; Duyckinck, G., (1743-45) 
2747; Haering, Elbert, (1755-57) 
2749, (1765-66) 2750; Harberding 
(Harpending), Jan, (1707-8) 
1444-45, (1712-14) 1445; Harden- 
brook,Abel, (1750-52) 2748, (1758- 
60) 2749; Hardenbroek, Johannes, 
(1725-26) 1446-47, (1732-34) 
1447-48, (1736-38) 1448; Harsin, 
Gerrit, (1739-41) 1449, (1744- 
L., (1762-64) 2750; Johnson, S., 
(1754-56) 2749; Ketcltas, Abra- 
ham, (1734-36) 1448; Keteltas, 
Gerrit. (1739-41) 1449, (1744- 
46) 2748; Kip, Isaac, (1705-6) 
1444, (1709-11) 1445, (1722-24) 
1446, (1727-29) 1447; ICruger 



a There are no lists of these aiders and deacons from 1()2R-1700. nor does this 
work contain the lists after 176S. Many of the names before 1700 and after 
1768 can be picked up from allusions to them, or as signatures to letters, but 
these are not included in this classified list. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



153 



Elders and Deacons, chronological 
lists {continued) 
(Cruger), Captain Jan, (1711-13) 
1445, (1716-18) 1445-46, (1720- 

22) 1446, (1725-27) 1446-47, (1729- 
31) 1447, (1734-36) 1448; Lefferts, 
Abraham, (1736-38) 1448, (1740- 
42) 1449, (1744-40), (1749-51) 

2748, (1754-56), (1758-60) 2749; 
Lispenard, Leonard, (1759-61) 
2749; Livingston, Philip, (1747- 
49) 2748, (1756-58) 2749, (1764- 
66) 2750; Lott, Peter, (1757-59) 

2749, (1761-63) 2749, (1765-67) 
2750; Lynsen, Abraham, (1751-53) 
2748; Marschalk, Andries, (1721- 

23) 1446, (1730-32) 1447; Mars- 
chalk, Francis, (1752-54) 2748, 
(1760-62) 2749, (1767-69) 2750; 
Marschalk, Peter, (1748-50) 2748, 
(1758-60) 2749, (1766-68) 2750; 
Meyer, Joe, (1741-42) 2747; Pro- 
voost, Willem, (1726-28) 1447; 
Eemsen, Jeronymus (or Hermaniis) , 
(1731-33) 1447; Pcynders (Rein- 
ders), Barent, (1712-14) 1445, 
(1716-18) 1445-46, (1720-22) 
1446; Richards (Richard), Paiiliis, 
(1739-41) 1449, (1744-46), (1752- 
54) 2748; Roos, Gerrit, (1735-37) 
1448; Rooseboom, Willem, (1731- 
33) 1447, (1738-40) 1448-49; 
Roosevelt (Roseveld), Jacobus, 

(1737-30) 1448, (1743-45) 2747, 
(1750-52) 2748, (1755-57), (1759- 
61) 2749, (1763-65), (1707-09) 
2750; Roosevelt (Roseveld), John, 
(1731-33) 1447, (1735-37) 1448, 
(1740^2) 1449, (1745-47) 2748; 
Roosevelt, Nicnlans, (1701-3) 1444, 
(1708-10), (1715-16) 1445, (1728- 
30) 1447; Rutgers. Antony, (1728- 
30) 1447, (1732-34) 1447-48, 
(1737-39) H4S, (1742-44) 2747; 
Rutgers, Hermanus, (1733-35) 
1448, (1740-42) 1449; Staats, 
Samuel, [M. D.l, (1702-4) 1444, 
(1707-9) 1444-^5. (1711-13) 1445; 
Stuyvesant. Gerard, (1740-51) 2748; 
Taerling, see Van Taerling; Ten 



Elders and Deacons, chronological 
lists {continued} 
Eyck, Anthony, (1764-00) 2750; 
Ten Eyck, Diderik, (1705-7) 1444; 
Van Cortlandt. Colonel Jacobus, 
(1706-8) 1444, (1710-12), (1715- 
17) 1445, (1719-21), (1724-26) 
1446; Van Cortlandt (Cortland), 
Philip, (1723-25) 1446, (1730-32) 
1447; Van den Burgli, Willem, 
(1759-61) 2749; Van der Spiegel, 
Ilendrick, (1720-31) 1447; Van 
Gelder, Hermanus, (1724-26) 
1446; Van Giesen, Johannes, (1703- 
5) 1444, (1710-12) 1445; Van 
Home, Cornelius, (1743-45) 2747, 
(1749-51) 2748; Van Home, Ger- 
rit, (1732-34) 1447-48; Van Taer- 
ling (Taerling), Floris, (1730-31) 
1447, (1745-47) 2748; Van Wyck, 
Abraham, (1738-40) 1448-49, 
(1742-44) 2747, (1747-49), (1752- 
54) 2748, (1756-58) 2749; Van 
Wyck, Theodorus, (1762-64), 
(1766-68) 2750; Van Zandt, Wy- 
nant, (1736-38) 1448, (1747-49) 
2748; Ver Planck, Guilliam, (1746- 
48) 2748; Wanshaar, Jan, (1714- 
16) 1445; Wynkoop, Cornells, 
(1755-57) 2749 

Elders, the first in New Amsterdam, 
(1628) 52, 53; two elders con- 
demned to death by Leisler, (1691) 
1049; persons may be chosen for 
elders, although not having been 
deacons before, 1502 

Eldership, rights of, 3863, 4015, 
4018, 4050, 4155 

Eldert. Henry, 3076 

Election of a professor of theology, 
(1784) 4322-23 

Election of officers in the Collegiate 
Church, 1149, 2100, (1763) 3900, 
4074 

Elections, civil, (1683) 864 

Elector Palatine, John William, 
declaration as to the respective 
rights of Protestants and Roman 
Catholics in his domain, (1705, 
1707) 1600-6; remarks on, 1674-79 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Elector Palatine's titles, 1782 
Electors, powers of, 1674-79 
Ellas, Rev., Minister at Amstelveen, 
Holland, (1697) 1183 

Elia8se(n) (Elisse), Teunis, 1200, 
1311, 1562, 1637 

Eliot, Edward, 4186 

Eliot, Rev. John, 341; his Indian 
Bible, copy sent to Classis of Am- 
sterdam (1689), but captured by 
the French, 1007; another copy sent 
(1698); allusions to it, 1089-90, 
1231, 1233, 1278, 1287, 1294, 1332 
Elisse, see Eliasse 

Elizabeth Island, 1360 

Elizabeth, Queen of England, 1780 

Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, 1782, 
1821 

Elizabeth, daugliter, Charles Elector 
Palatine, 1821 

Elizabethtown, Canada, (1800) 4390 

Elizabethtown, N. J., petitions for 
freedom of religion of the restored 
Dutch government, (1673) 631; 
allusion, (1700) 1438; Rev. John 
Brooks officiates to the Anglicans, 
(1704-7) 1556; an Anglican church 
to be built, (1712) 1918; Rev. 
Abraham Keteltas officiates in 
Presbyterian church, (1757-60) 
3823, 3834, 3844 

Elizabethtown, Ulster county, N. Y., 
2062, 2093, 2123 

Elkins, Captain, 1731, 1839 

Ellis (Elles), Rev. John, pastor in 
Curagoa, (1756) 3671, (1767) 
4138-39 

Ellis, William, a loyalist in New 
York, (1779) 4305 

Ellison, John, 4184 

Ellison, Rev. Thomas, rector at Al- 
bany, 4366 

Ellison, William, 4184 

Elliston, Robert, 2927 

Ellstow, Robert, 2026 

Elmendorph (Elmendorf), Coenraad 
Jacob, (1764) 3955, 3957-58, 4033, 
4040, 4192 



Elmendorph, Coenraad Joh., 3952, 

4033 
Elmendorph (Elmendorf), Coenraet 
(Conrad), (1704) 1562, (1706) 

1638 
Elmendorph, Cornelius, jr, deacon, 

(1766) 4040 
Elmendorph, Gerrit, (1766) 4033 
Elmendorph, I., 4033 
Elmendorph, Jacob, jr, (1766), 4033 
Elmendorph, Jacobus, deacon, (1712) 

1933-34 
Elmendorph (Elmendorf), Dr Jaco- 
bus, elder, (1755) 3547, 3563 
Elmendorph (Elmendorf), Jonathan, 

4033; elder, (1771) 4229 
Elmendorph, Lucas, 3952, 3955, 4033 
Elmendorph, Petrus Edm., (1764) 

3957 
Elmina (El Mina, d'Elmina, Del 

Mina, Fort St George del Mina), 

on the south coast of Guinea, 

Africa, 68, 448, 620, 2778, 3105-6, 

3123 
Elswort, John, 4199 
Elsworth, Ahasuerus, 2477 
Elsworth, Will G., 4199 
Elting (Eltinge, Eling, Elton), 

Jacobus, elder at Kingston, (1764) 

3957, 3976, 4034-35, 4040, 4211, 

4229-30, 4244 
Elting, Jan, elder at Kingston, 

(1681) 796 
Elting, Noah, elder at New Paltz, 

(1772) 4243, 4247 
Elting (Elten), William, deacon at 

Kingston, (1712) 1933-34 
Elting, William, elder at Kingston, 

(1765) 3976, 4033, 4035, 4046 
Eltinge, Rev. Wilhemus, (1800) 

4391 
Elwout (Elsworth), William, 3921, 

4033 
Ely, John, Bishop of, 1787 
Elzevier, Rev. Peter, at Amsterdam, 

Holland, 2532, 2534 
Emans, Andries, 3031 
Emans, Hendrick, 2328 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



155 



Emans, Jacobus, 2782 

Emans, Jan, 474 ' 

Embden (Emden, Ernden), East 
Friesland, convention of, (1571) 
26; synod of, 1626-28; coetus of, 
2121; allusions, 3282, 3788 

Embderland, synod of, 2198, 2284, 
2320 

Emeriti, ministers, 3119, 3129, 3133 
(1619) 4219-20, 4332, 4334; Rev. 
Peter Vas, 3253, 3269; Rev. Fred- 
erick Muzelius, 3330, 3337 

Emeritus, ship, 3416 

Emery, Samuel, 933 

Emig, Hannes, 3082 

Emig, Hendrick, 3082 

Emig, Lawrence, 3082 

Emig, Nicholas, sr, 3082 

Emig, Nicholas, jr, 3082 

Emig, Philip, 3082 

Emmen, province of Drenthe, Hol- 
land, classis of, 3997 

Emoets, Jan, 1190 

Emott, James, 1134, 1139, 1148, 
1176, 1178, 1180, 1217, 1312, 1442, 
2930 

End [?], Friesland, 83 

Ende, East Indies, 127 

Endowment fund of professorship of 
theology, (1764) 3961, (1773) 
4269, 4273, 4286-87, (1783) 4313, 
(1785) 4328-29, 4331, 4354, 4357- 
58, (1800) 4386 

Endowment funds of Queens College, 
(1755) 3551-52, (1763) 3862, 
3876-77 ; moneys secured by Fre- 
linghuysen, 3877; £4000 secured, 
(1773) 4269, (1785) 4327-29, 
(1787) 4344, 4352, (1790) 4354- 
55, 4357, 4362-63, (1793) 4367-68, 
4370 

Engel, Mr, 824 

Engel, Rev., 2652, 2662, 2663 

Engelberts, Rev. Herman, 2797 

Engelhardt, Martin, 4372 

England, historical material for New 
York to be sought in, 7, 8 ; refu- 
gees from, flee to Wesel, 43 ; 
church difficulties in, (1639) 



England {continued) 

122 ; Rev. Jonas Michielsen in, 
(1641) 116, 117; many Dutch, 
French and Walloons in, 117; per- 
secutions in, (1643) 169, 175; 
letters from, to Classis of Amster- 
dam, (1643) 177-83; collections in 
Holland for persecuted churches 
in, 179-82; Dutch Presbyterian 
polity sent to Westminster As- 
sembly, (1644) 185-86, 192; al- 
lusions to, 962, 964, 972, 974, 976, 
977, 979, 980, 984, 992, 997, 999, 
1000-2, 1006, 1008-10, 1012-13, 
1018-19, 1033, 1080-81, 1111, 
1136; French refugees received in, 
(1709) 1776-80; Palatine refugees 
received in, (1709) 1794, 1796, 
1820-21 

English academies^, (1771) 4216 

English and Dutch interests alleged 
to have been antagonized by 
Fletcher, 1225 

English and French grants of lands 
in central New York, 1245 

English (Anglican) church cere- 
monies forbidden in Holland, 77, 
130. 8ee also Responsive read- 
ings 

English (dissenting) churches and 
ministers in New York City, (1697) 
1284; on Long Island, (1687) 922, 
935, 944, 956, 970, 976, 1172, 1183, 
1188 

English (Anglican) clergymen, to 
live among the Indians, (1696) 
1133 

English colonies, parliamentary laws 
only partly applicable to, 1080 

English colonists in New Netherland, 

(1646) 213; seek conditions of 

settlement in, (1661) 510-12, 519, 

520,523-24,(1714)2015. See also 

English settlers 

English Conquest, The, (1664) 565, 
2016 

English Constitution, The, 3429 

English encroachments on New 
Netherland, (1649) 254-60 



a Referring to Kings College, New York and Princeton College, New Jersey. 



156 



THE TJNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



English government, not willing to 
support Dutch churches, (1680) 
754-55 

English governors of New York, see 
Governors 

English Jesuits, 877, 919, 1413, 1435 

English language and the Dutch 
church, English preachers needed 
in New Netherland, Domine Dri- 
sius sent, (1652) 302-3, 307-8; 
great need of English preachers, 
(1657) 410, (1658) 432, 448; 
Domine Megapolensis hopes that 
his son Samuel may be commis- 
sioned to preach either in Dutch 
or English, 435; classis will seek 
for English ministers in Holland, 
not in England, 461, 463; the 
people of Kingston petition Gov- 
ernor Andros for a preacher able 
to preach in English and Dutch, 
(1676) 683-84, (1680) 750, 766; 
Tesschenmacher preached in both 
languages at the South river, 
(1678) 834; Kings county, L. I., 
petitions for a minister able also 
to use English, (1695) 1119; 
growing importance of, (1726) 
2340; English only henceforth to 
be used in courts of justice, (1731) 
2563; more easy to many Hol- 
landers than the Dutch, (1747) 
2971; used also by Rev. Theodore 
Frelinghuysen in Albany, (1748) 
3018, 3739; well understood by 
many of the Dutch, (1750) 3131; 
Abraham Keteltas requests license 
to preach in the Dutch churches 
in English, (1755) 3550, 3570; 
adopted by the Collegiate Church 
to be used in one of their church 
buildings, (1763) 3867-68; Classis 
of Amsterdam agrees thereto, call 
of Domine Laidlie, 3878-80, see 
English preaching in the Collegiate 
Church; English preferred by 
many of the Dutch in Monmouth 
county, N. J., (1764) 3935-36; the 
business of the land in English, 
the Dutch church must conform. 



English language (conti/iiued) 

3965, 3993, 4062; DeRonde occa- 
sionally preached in English in pri- 
vate houses and in dissenting 
churches, (1766) 4062-63; his 
consistory requests him to desist, 
4065; few of the Dutch people in 
the city can speak Dutch well, 
(1768) 4121; the charter of 
Queens College in English, its 
president must be a master of 
English, (1772) 4256-57; the 
parochial schoolmaster in New 
York to teach in both languages, 
(1773) 4261; the welfare of the 
Dutch churches in New York de- 
mands English services, (1785) 
4333; the church order and stand- 
ards to be translated into English, 
(1788) 4348; English preaching in 
New Jersey, 2667 

English (Anglican) liturgy, not to 
be used in the American Dutch 
churches, (1665) 575 

English ministers in Holland to be 
subjected to the church regula- 
tions of Holland, (1632) 82; to be 
asked to come under the estab- 
lished church, (1643) 176-77 

English missionaries desirable for 
central New York, (1698) 1226 

English navigation acts, 532 

English Neighborhood, N. J., 4211, 
4243, 4246, 4384, (1800) 4391 

English party, (1763-67) 4005, 
4069-73, 4094; the name, a mis- 
nomer, 4107 

English plantations, the, committee 
appointed to supervise, (1660) 494 

English policy in the conquest of 
New Netherland, 560 

English preaching in the Collegiate 
Church of New York, petition for, 
(1762) 3817; opposition to, 3819- 
21, 3826-27; great consistory in- 
dorses plan, names of advocates, pro- 
tests, 3S2S-31, 3837-38; plan for 
calling an English-speaking minis- 
ter, (Dec. 1762) 3838-42; blank call 
sent to Holland, (Jan. 1763) 3853- 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



157 



English preaching (continued) 
56; Laidlie's name suggested, 3S56; 
classical plan for induction of an 
English minister, 3859-61, 3867; 
continued opposition to, 3866-67, 
3870; classis answers consistory's 
letter of Jan. 1763, (June 1763) 
3872-73; call of Laidlie agreed to, 
3877-78; text of the call, (July 
20, 1763) 3878-80; opponents 
write to classis (July 1763) 3880- 
81 ; classis approves the call, 3889, 
3893; opponents, 3892-93; classis 
writes to opponents, (Oct. 1763) 
3898-99; opponents oppose mode 
of election of oflScers, 3900-1; in- 
stallation of Laidlie in Holland 
as English preacher in New York, 
(Dec. 5, 1763) 3907-9, 3911; 
Laidlie eagerly awaited, (Mar. 
1764) 3914-15, see Laidlie; Dutch 
party, allusions, 3911, 3920-21, 
3946, 4016-17; opponents again 
write to classis, (Oct. 1765) 4029- 
30; Laidlie writes to classis, 4030; 
consistory seeks to make peace 
with Dutch party, (Sept. 1766) 
4069, 4071-74; remonstrance 
against English preaching, (July 
1767) 4094-95; classis writes to 
opponents, (Nov. 1767) 4104-8; 
additional English preaching to be 
given in North Church, 4111, call 
of Dr Livingston to preach in 
English, 4136, 4145-47, 4169, see 
Livingston, John H. 

English Psalms, see Psalms 

English refugees in Germany, (1709) 
1777; in the Palatinate, 1831 

English revolution, the, (1689) 961, 
1777. See also Leisler 

English settlements on the North 
river to be prevented, (1659) 
459-61 

English settlers at Jamaica, L. I., 
(1660) 463-64 

English settlers at Newtown, L. I., 
(1641) 137-38, 258 

English soldiers not to be quartered 
on Dutch families, (1664) 558 



English Synod in South Holland, 74, 

75, 79, 81, 82, 84 
English villages on Long Island, 
four villages (Gravesend, New- 
town, Flushing and Hempstead) 
are inhabited by Englishmen, de- 
scription of, their pastors, (1657) 
396-97, see Denton and Doughty; 
no schoolmaster in, 398; removal 
of some of their ministers and 
need of others, 410, 427, 432, 444, 
449 ; the Classis of Amsterdam 
requested to seek English minis- 
ters for them, (1660) 470, 478, 
492; the West India promises to 
seek ministers for them, 494; al- 
lusions, 461, (1665) 575 
Enkhuysen, Holland, 38, 184, 723, 
914, 1004, 2121; Classis of, 25, 
38, 40, 74, 111, 120, 184, 723, 
818, 914, 915, 4189-90, 4289; Synod 
of, 38, 79, 158, 174, 232, 1004, 
(1787) 4345, 4347 
Enklanwenberg, 4242 
Enthusiasm, 3910, 4058 
Ephesus, Bishop of, sends a Greek 
letter to the Classis of Amster- 
dam, (1644) 185 
Epidemics, (1648) 281, (1668) 597, 
(1702) 1497, 1502, 1592, (1731) 
2551 
Episcopal Academy or University, 

4121, 4123, 4128 
Episcopal church, episcopacy, episco- 
pate, instructions to Governor An- 
dros, concerning, (1664) 545; 
rumors, 575 ; the Duke's Laws, 
(1665) 570-72; orders of the duke 
to induct Van Rensselaer, an An- 
glican, into one of the Dutch 
churches, (1674) 652, see Van 
Rensselaer, Nicholas; but few 
Episcopal clergymen, (1681) 
779, 829, (1756) 3648-49; 
services in the Dutcli church, 
829; efforts to establish in New 
York (1683) 849-50; ministers on 
Long Island, (1688) 956, 1554, 
1555 ; ministers in New York City, 



158 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Episcopal church, episcopacy {cont'd) 
(Sept. 1696) 1172, 1175, 1183a, see 
Chaplains, Anglican; attempt to 
introduce at Kingston, {1704;) 829, 
1576, see Hepburn, two mission- 
aries sent to the Indians, (1704) 
1555-56; some of the Dutch join, 
(1741) 2757; sufferings of, (1776) 
4289-4300, (1784) 4325; allusions. 
970, 3961, 3965, 3993, 3997, 4014, 
4142-45, 4192, 4195, 4205-6, 4231, 
4251; an episcopate in America, 
4084; in Canada, 3912. See also 
Anglican church. Bishops, Church 
charters, Ministerial Maintenance 
Bill, Trinity Church 

Episcopal Conventions, annual, be- 
gin (1658) 3724. See also Conven- 
tions 

Episcopius, Rev. John, in Holland, 
(1652) 305-6, 308 

Eppingen, Baden, Germany, 2406 

Equality of all ministers in Dutch 
Reformed churches, of all elders, 
of all deacons, (1619) 4220, 4226 

Equity, Court of, established, its 
right disputed by the Assembly, 
(1711) 1998; court of in New 
York, (1852) 2224 

Erastians, 3048 

Erickzon, Rev. Nathaniel, assigned to 
CuraQoa, 2440 

Erickzon, Rev. Rhinehart, called to 
Hackensack, Schraalenberg and 
Paramus, examined and ordained, 
(1725) 2330-31; departs for his 
field, 2359; has left his field in 
New Jersey, (1729) 2464; writes 
to classis about the irregulari- 
ties of the ordination of John Van 
Driessen, (Jan. 13, 1732), 2564, 
2572, 2593, 2606; receives letter 
from the classis, 2610; secures a 
charter for the church of Sche- 
nectady, (Aug. 23, 1734) 2647, 
2649; allusions, 2608, 2613, 2616; 
is permitted, with Haeghoort, to 
ordain John Schuyler, for Scho- 
harie, (1736) 2675, 3228; favors 
the establishment of a coetus. 



Erickzon, Rev. Rhinehart {continued) 
(1737) 2686, 2708; signs letter of 
appeal in behalf of church on 
Staten Island, 2697-98, 2710, 2940- 
42; with Haeghoort, writes to 
classis about ordination of Schuy- 
ler, (Apr. 20, 1738) 2702-4; indorses 
a letter of Rev. Gualterus DuBois 
on the general affairs of the church 
(May 14, 1761) 2757, 2765; with 
Haeghoort, requests permission to 
ordain Vander Linde, (1746) 
2905, 2968, 2982-83; joins in a let- 
ter with five others, about the es- 
tablishment of a coetus, (May 21, 
1747) 2958-61, 2987-89; is chosen 
president of the first coetus, (Sept. 
1747) 2974-80, his official letter 
to classis, (Sept. 1767) 1998-3000; 
response of classis, 3064-67; al- 
lusions, 2723, 2753, 2755, 2966; 
attends the convention at the call 
of Rev. Theodore Frelinghuysen, to 
change the coetus into a classis, 
(May 1755) 3547-52; also the 
extra (but irregularly called) 
coetus, 3549, 3687; informs the 
classis of the proceedings of the 
convention and of the extra coetus, 
(May 30, 1755) 3553-54; attends 
the meetings of the new coetus or 
American Classis, (Oct. 1755) 
3597-3604; letter from classis to 
Erickzon and others in opposition 
to an American classis and acad- 
emy, (Apr. 5, 1756) 3652, 3656- 
60; allusions, 3001, 3004, 3012, 
3028, 3087-88, 3098, 3132, 3186, 
3190, 3234, 3413, 3416, 3456, 3490- 
91, 3533, 3564, 3568, 3615, 3617, 
3628, 3631-33, 3652, 3654, 3720; 
letter from classis to Erickzon and 
Leydt, (Jan. 11, 1757) 3689; 
Synod of North Holland condemns 
all efforts to establish an Ameri- 
can classis and an academy, (Aug. 
1757) 3704-7; with Hardenbergh, 
writes to classis, (1761) 3814; 
response, 3815 ; referred to, as 
aged, (1763) 3862, 3929; writes to 



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ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



159 



Erickzon, Rev. Rliinehart (continued) 
classis, giving a review of his life, 
3932, 3935-39; deposed by the 
coetus, 3948; allusions, 3811, 3848- 
49, 3865, 3974 

Ernden, East Friesland, see Embden, 
East Friesland 

Ernest, Matthew, 3123, 3146 

Esause, Rev. Frans, 40 

Esopus, see Kingston, N. Y. 

Esopus circle (circuit, ring), 3550 

Esopus as a district, 3611 

Essaeus, H., printer at Dordrecht, 
(1645) 69 

Essel, Lord of, see Van der Capellen 

Essex county, N. J., 968 

Established church, none in the 
United States, (1787) 4346,4360 

Establishment of the Church of Eng- 
land, in England, 3429; its non- 
establisliment in New York, 3427- 
32 

Estiaghicks, an Indian, 1379 

Eternal generation of Christ, 3835, 
3902, 3936 

Evacuation day, (1783) 4332 

Evangelical Reformed church of New 
York, see German Reformed church 
of New York 

Evangelick, the word liberally de- 
fined by the Catholic Elector Pala- 
tine, signifying " Lutheran and 
Reformed Calvlnist," (1707) 1679 

Evangelists, 4063 

Evans, Rev. Evan, allusion, (1705) 
1589; chaplain on two guard ships, 
Philadelphia, (1709) 1810; rector 
in Philadelphia. 1809-10, 1896 ;a 
about to sail for England, (1705) 

Evans, Captain and Colonel John, 
1227, 1245, 1284, 1286, 1296, 1313, 
1315, 1405; had received an ex- 
travagant grant of land, of 300,000 
acres, from Governor Flctclier, 
(1703) 1568; on the west side of 
the Hudson, its extent, 40 x 20 
miles, (1707) 1685, 2193; another 
piece in Manhattan, adjacent to 
the King's Farm, 1685 

a He was rector In Philadelphia 1700- 
dled in Maryland, 1721. 



Eve, 509 

Everett, John, 1585, 2136 

Everett, Richard, 497-99 

Lveritt, Clear, 4276 

Eversdyck (Eversdijk), Rev. Daniel, 
1287, 1296, 1345 

Evertsen, Areut, 401. 8ee also Pieter- 
sen, Evert 

Evertsen, Cornells (Evertse), jr. Com- 
mander of Dutch fleet which cap- 
tured New York in 1673, 631, 633- 
35, 671 

Evertsen, Jan, 363, 401 

Everybody, John, 794 

Evetts, James, 1133-35, 1139, 1148, 
1176, 1178, 1180 

" Examination and Confession," a 
work by Rev. John Megapolensis, 
276 

Examinations and early ordinations 
in the Reformed Dutch church in 
America, Peter Tesschenmaker, 
(1679) "24; Paulus Van Vleck, 
(1712) 1957; John Van Driessen, 
(1727) 2389; John Philip Boehm, 
(1729) 2440; John Schuyler, 
(1736) 2675; John Henry Goet- 
sehius, (1737) 2684; Johannes C. 
Fryenmoet, (1737) 2801, 2862-64; 
students ordained by the coetus, 
Benjamin Van der Linde, (1748) 
3002; John Leydt, (1748) 3002; 
John H. Goetschius, reordained, 

(1748) 3028-29; Samuel Verbryck 

(1749) 3100; David Marinus, 
(1752) 3164; ordinations by the 

American Classis, Henricus Fre- 
linghuysen, (1755) 3553; John M. 
Goetschius, (1757) 3709; Jacob R. 
Hardenbergh, (1758) 3718-22; 
Johannes Barcolo, (1758) 3720; 
Jacobus Van Nest, (1758) 3720; 
Henricus Schoonmaker, (1763), 
Benjamin Du Bois, (1764), Mar- 
tinus Schoonmaker. (1765), Garret 
Lydekker, (1765) 3926, Theodoric 
Romeyn, (1766) 4074, see under 
these respective names; the right 
to perform granted to the American 

-10; then at Oxford and Radner, 1716-18; 



160 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Examinations and early ordinations 

(continued) 

church, (1771) 4214, 4216, (1784) 

4323. See also names in Corwin's 

Manual of 1902, edition 4 

Examiner examined, by Rev. Gilbert 

Tennent, 2746 
Exchange, rates of, 713-19, 721-22. 

See also Currency 
Excommunication (Ban), (1619) 
4225; of members by Rev. T. J. 
Frelinghuysen, (1723-33) allu- 
sions, 22U3, 2207, 2211, 2253, 2278- 
80, 2290-91, 2307, 2310, 2323, 2355, 
2404, 2413-15, 2417-18, 2422, 2446- 
47, 2459-64, 2520, 2536, 2539, 2542- 
43, 2559, 2566, 2571, 2609, 2613, 
2638, 2653, 2661. See also Gras- 
mere 
Exegetical theology, 4129, 4134 
Exile of Protestants during Leisler's 

administration, (1689-91) 1014 
Experimental divinity, 3048 
Explanatory articles of church gov- 
ernment, (1791) 4363-64, (1792) 
4365, 4367, 4370 
Exports, (1702) 1591 
Extracts, relating to the colonial 
churches, in the minutes of the 
synods, must be so indexed as to 
be readily foimd, (1631) 81; ex- 
tracts from the letters from New 
Xetherland begin to be read in 
synod, (1685) 425 
Extraordinary meeting of general 

assembly (body or synod), 4282 
Eychenberg, Martinus, 2641 
Eyers, John Michael, 2187 
Eyers, Rev. Nicholas, a Baptist 
preacher in New York City, pro- 
tected by Governor Burnet, (1721) 
2187 
Eyles, Francis, 1788 
Eyre, Robert, 1746, 1752 
Faber, Mr, 3083 

Fabritius, Annettie Cornelis, 640-41 

Fabritius (Fabricius), Rev. Jacobus, 

( Lutheran ) , arrives in New York, 

(1668) 3890, (1669) 602, 607; 

goes to Delaware, (1670) 607, 609; 



Fabritius (Fabricius), (continued) 
permitted to preach a farewell ser- 
mon in New York, and install his 
successor [Arensius], (Aug. 1671) 
621; suspended from ministerial 
functions for a year by the civil 
authority, (1674) 640-41; troubles 
with his wife, 641; is refused per- 
mission to baptize, (1074) 645; is 
fined, 649; is involved in a riot in 
Delaware, 672-75; further com- 
plaints against him, is suspended 
from the ministry, (1G75) 676-77 

Facsimiles of Dutch letters, of pages 
66-68, of letter of Michaelius, 
(1628) 336; of pages 1281-82, of 
letter of Selyns, (1698) 684; of 
the address of same letter, (1698) 
540 

Fagel, commissioner, 1126 

Fagg, Rev. Dr John G., revised 
Murphy's translation of the letter 
of Michaelius, (1628) 49; the re- 
vised translation, 49-68 (See Year 
Book of Collegiate Church (1896), 
page 292, for facsimile of the en- 
tire letter) 

Fairfield (Gansegat), Essex county, 
N. J., 3088, 3822, 3827, 3950 

Falckner Swamp, Pa., 2425, 2429, 
2437-38, 2442, 2478, 2482, 2484, 
2487, 2708 

Falconberg, see Fauconberg 

Falconer, a ship, 255 

Falcounier, see Fauconnier 

Falkner, William, 1788 

Falls of St Mary, 1379 

Falls of the Delaware, (Trenton), 627 

Falmouth, England, 167 

Falmouth, Viscount, 4098 

False preaching, Domine Van Rens- 
selaer accused of, 691 

Family visitation, (1771) 4200 

Family worship, 3209, (1800) 4385- 
86 

Fanatics, 3904 

Faneuil, Captain Benjamin, 1698-90 

Farrington, Edward, 413, 414 

Farrington, John, 932 

Farwell, a notorious criminal at 
Boston, (1689) 989 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



161 



Fastiug and prayer, appointed, 
(17VbJ i-M2, 4307, (17S5) 4329, 
(1792) 43(34 
last and thanksgiving days, (1619) 
4224; for peace with the Indians, 
(Aug. 31, 1745) 192; day of 
prayei" proclaimed, (Mar. 13, 1G5S) 
414, 419; day of general fasting 
and prayer for the sins of the 
land, (Oct. 15, 1659) 451-53; 
after the Indian massacre at Eso- 
pus, (Mar. 24, 1660) 46S-69; first 
Wednesday of each month to be 
observed as a fast day, (July 
1663^une 1664) 545-50; because 
of the great comet of 1680, (Jan. 
12, 1680) 758-59; in acknowledg- 
ment of blessings, (Dec. 31, 1682) 
842 ; a monthly fast proposed by 
the Assembly, (Sept. 1691-June 
1692) 1025-26, 1094; a day of 
fasting proclaimed by Bellomont 
because of the factions in the 
province, (Oct. 1698) 1263. See 
also Thanksgiving days 

Fauconberg ( Falconberg, Faucon- 
bery), [Thomas Belayse, 2d] Vis- 
count, 894, 961, 1002 

Fauconnier (Falcounier, Valkenier), 
Peter, 1616-17 

Faukelius, Rev. Hermanus, (1619) 
4226 

Feaks (Feake), Tobias, banished for 
harboring Quakers, (1658) 41.3-15 

P'east days, see Festive days 

Federation of American Dutch 
churches and the Church of Hol- 
land, proposed (1765) 3972, 3995 

Feek, Jacob, 3098 

Fees for burials, 2492-93 

Fees for examinations before the 
coetua, 2976 

Fehling, He[i]nrich, 3162 

Fehling, -Johannes, 3162 

Fell, Thomas, 2024-25 

Feltman, Mr, 4135 

Fenn, Benjamin, 511, 518 

Ferris, Jeffrey, 365 

Ferris, Peter, offers to buy, of the 
Dutch church, the manor of Ford- 
ham, 3085 

r; 



Festival days, 487-88, 2046, 2338, 
2744, 32U0, 3305, 3446, 3984, 4146, 
4371 

Fetter Lane, London, 2852 

Fetz, Johannes, 3107 

Feudatory principalities, 1081 

Fido, Richard, 464 

Fiegenheim, Christoph, 4240 

Field (Feild), Antonie, 413 

Field, Robert, sr, 413 

Field, Robert, jr, 413 

Filipzen, Frederick, see Philipse, 
Frederic 

Filkin(s) (Felkins), Henry, 1885-86, 
2851 

Finch, John, 365 

Finch, j.\ir, member of the House of 
Commons, 1725, 1727, 1833, 1835 

Findlater and Seafield, Earl of, see 
Ogilvy, James 

Fines, for holding conventicles, 
(1656) 344, 362; for harboring 
Quakers, (1658, 1661) 415, 497; 
for refusing to pay minister's sal- 
ary, (1658) 420; for breaking the 
Sabbath, (1661) 512, 518; for vio- 
lent conduct, (1662) 521, 801, 871, 
932; of officials, for refusing to 
enforce the ministry act for the 
benefit of Anglicans, (1705) 1595; 
for profanity, 1710; unjust fines, 
2128; to members of consistory, 
4199 
Finley, Rev. Samuel, 2746, 2871 
Fins, 395, 674, 676 
Fires, in New York City, (1741) 

2751, 2757-58, 2763 
"First Truths," in Negro-English, 
by Domine De Ronde, (1749) 3110 
Fish, Samuel, 2376 

Fisher (Visser, Fisser), Hendrick, 
signs second citation to opponents 
of Frelinghuysen, although only a 
deacon, (1723) 2211; opposition 
to his election as a deacon, 2249- 
50, 225fr-57; testifies that Domine 
Boel came to Raritan to mislead 
the people, 2272; sought to con- 
vince the opponents by publica- 
tions and letters, 2305; is included 
in the " Complaint " against Fre- 



162 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Fisher (Visser, Fisser), Hendrick, 
{continued) 
linghuysen, 2317, 2322, 2353, 2384, 
2570, 2708, 3001, 3003, 3012, 3027- 
28, 3035, 3087-88, 3098, 3132, 3174, 
3223, 3234, 3287, 3288, 3382, 3413, 
3417, 3421, 3440, 3443, 3471, 3490, 
3491, 3547, 3598-99, 3737, 3739, 
3745, 3925, 4085, 4211-12, 4243, 
4246, 4274 

Fisher, Johannes, a Palatine, 2122, 
2144 

Fisher, John, 3071 

Fisher, Maria Barbara, 2144 

Fisher, WiUiam, 684 

Fishkill (Fish Creek, Vischkil), 
N. Y., writes to certain parties in 
Amsterdam for a minister, (1730) 
2497, 2521; writes also to classis, 
2503-5; response of classis, 2533- 
34; petitions governor to be al- 
lowed to erect a church, 2534-35; 
Eev. Cornells Van Schie called, ex- 
amined and ordained, (1731) 2545- 
46; letter from classis to the 
church, 2546-47; the church in- 
forms the classis of their arrange- 
ments with Van Schie, 2557-58; 
allusion, 2532; the church thanks 
the classis, (Apr. 1732) 2581-82; 
allusions, 2842, 2883, 2897; com- 
missioners invite Meynema to set- 
tle at Fishkill, (1745) 2869; ac- 
cepts call, and is installed by 
classis, 2871-72, 2876; the church 
of New York requests him and his 
elder to attend the first coetus, 
(1747) 2960; allusions, 2883-84, 
3082, 3084, 3100, 3134, 3179, 3287, 
3416; consistory makes complaint 
against Meynema, (1754) 3491, 
3641; allusions, 3550, 3598, 3601- 
2, (1758) 3721, 3875; calls Rys- 
dyck, (1765) 3983,4000; allusions, 
3903, 3926-28, 3932, 3949-51, 3962, 
3972, 3989, 3996, 4012, 4080, 4204, 
4211, 4243, 4246, 4248, 4254, 
(1776) 4290, 4295, (1784) 4318, 
(1800) 4383, 4388 

Fitch, Samuel, 2131, 2136 



Fits, Rev. [Hugo], Presbyterian min- 
ister at Amsterdam, 1351, 1360-61 

Fitz, Captain, of Connecticut, 973 

Fitzherbert, William, one of the 
Lords of Trade, 4067, 4096 

Five Nations, the, French fathers 
had lived among them for twenty 
or twenty-five years, (1684) 879, 
919; correspondence concerning, be- 
tween the governors of Canada and 
New York, 939-42, 945-46; confer, 
ence with Governor Sloughter, 
(1691) 1019-20; correspondence be- 
tween the Catholic fathers. Gover- 
nor Fletcher and Dellius, concern- 
ing, (1693) 1067-70, 1093-98, 
(1695) 1122-23; their friendship to 
be retained by gifts, 1166; treaties 
with, 1169-70; report of the Lords 
of Trade concerning, 1174; allu- 
sions, 1181-82; report of commis- 
sion to Fletcher, concerning, 
(1697) 1215-16; Bellomont's com- 
mission on, (1698) 1222-29; his 
reports on, 1240-41, 1244^5 (1699) 
1288-90 ; his instructions to a com- 
mission on, 1302-3; refutation of 
his cnarges against Dellius, 1309; 
allusions, 1333-34; report of com- 
mission on, (1700) 1358-59; mis- 
sionaries needed for, 1367, 1390, 
1392-94; allusions, 1426-27, 1432; 
two missionaries to [Smith and 
Moore], (1702) 1495; conference 
with Cornbury, (1703) 1520; three 
more missionaries needed for, 
(1704) 1555; allusions, (1709) 
1738, (1724) 2233-34, 3107. See 
also Indians, Jesuit missions 

Flag, the Dutch, 311 

Flanders (Vlaenderen), an ordained 
minister to be sent to the perse- 
cuted of, (1629) 76; the French 
have taken several towns in, 
(1667) 590; allusions, (1674) 656- 
58, 823, 876, 907, (1707) 1675 

Flatbush (Midwout), L. I., founding 
of, (1652) 314; directors willing 
to send a minister to Long Island, 
(1654) 322; a church to be built 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



163 



riatbusli (Midwout) (continued) 
there, (1654) 332-33; arrival of 
Polhemus, 335 ; allusions, 502, 529, 
543, 756, 758, 769, 772, 774, 776, 
782, 787, 790, 795, 806, 819, 887, 
907, 968, 1064, 1108, 1118-19, 1130, 
1197-99, 1208, 1231, 1258, 1269- 
70, 1338, 4248, 4261, (1776) 4292, 
(1784) 4317, (1800) 4387. -See 
also Antonides ; Arondeus; Curte- 
nius; Freeman; Kings county, 
L. I.; Lowe; Lupardus; Polhemus; 
Eubel; Schoonmaker, M. ; Van Sin- 
derin; Van Zuuren; Varick 

Flatlands (Amersfoort), L. I., allu- 
sions, 339, 758, 1064, 1118-19, 1130, 
1197-99, 1208, 1231, 1269, 4317, 
4387 ; unites with Flatbush in 
seeking to support Domine Polhe- 
mus, 339. See also Kings county, 
and the same names of ministers 
as in Flatbush 

Flats, The, see Ehinebeck, Herkimer 

Fleet street, London, 509 

Fletcher, Benjamin, governor of New 
York, (Aug. 1692— Mar. 1698), his 
administration, 1041 — 1221; his 
instructions, (Mar. 7, 1692) 1033- 
34; his commission, (Mar. 18, 
1692) 1036-37; further instruc- 
tions, (Oct. 28, 1692) 1045-46; his 
arrival, (Oct. 1692) 1042, 1048- 
49; suggests to the Assembly that 
provision be made for the support 
of the ministry and the observance 
of the Sabbath, (Oct. 24, 1692) 
1045; repeats the suggestion, 
(Mar. 22, 1693) 1048; befriends 
Domine Varick from the effects of 
the Leisler troubles, 1050-51; 
again suggests a ministry bill (Apr. 
10, 1693) 1054; Warner Wessels 
petitions him to be allowed to raise 
funds to redeem his son from 
Turkish captivity, (.June 1693) 
1061; proclamation for this pur- 
pose, with amounts raised, 1061- 
65; receives letter from Major 
Peter Schuyler about Jesuit in- 
trigues among the Five Nations, 



Pletcher, Benjamin (continued) 
1068; warns the Indians against 
the Jesuits, 1070; again recom- 
mends a ministry bill, (Sept. 12, 
1693) 1073-74; the bill passed, 
text of the bill, 1074-79; aU the 
Assembly but one, were dissenters, 
1909, 2016; the governor proposes 
an amendment to the bill, rejected, 
1074-75; his angry speech, 1075- 
76; his ambiguous report of it to 
the Lords of Trade, 1084; proposes 
that the Assembly rebuild the 
Anglican chapel (the old Dutch 
Church) in the fort (Dec. 1693), 
the Assembly evades a direct 
answer, 1090-91; receives letters 
from Domine Dellius about Jesuit 
influence among the Onondagas, 
1093-98; another letter from Major 
Schuyler on Jesuit influence, 1098; 
first civil vestry under the minis- 
try bill, (1694) 1092, 1101-2, 
1108; second civil vestry, governor 
threatens to sue them, if they do 
not call a minister; invitation to 
Mr Vesey on a minority vote; 
nothing accomplished, (1695) 1112; 
the builder of the Anglican chapel 
petitions for his money, (Mar. 14, 
1695) 1113; the governor rebukes 
the Assembly for declaring that a 
dissenter might be called, (Apr. 13, 
1695) 1114-15; the consistory of 
the Dutch church earnestly peti- 
tion for a charter, (Apr. IS, 1695) 
1116; the churches of Kings county 
notify the governor of their inten- 
tion to call another minister, 1119, 
1121, 1122; Domine Dellius again 
writes to the governor about the 
Jesuits and the Indians, (May 24, 
1695) 1122-23; Peter De la Noy 
describes the governor's vain and 
avaricious character and his friend- 
ship for pirates, asks for his re- 
moval, (June 13, 1695) 1124-26; 
the consistory of the Dutch church 
renew their petition for a charter, 
(June 19, 1695) 1127-28; law 



164 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Fletcher, Benjamin (continued) 
against the profanation of the 
Sabbath, (Oct. 16, 1695) 1130; 
petition of certain Episcopalians to 
be allowed to raise money to buy 
land for an Anglican church, (Mar. 
19, 1696) 1134; the governor again 
appeals to the Assembly to pay for 
the Anglican chapel, refused, (Apr. 
7, 1696) 1135; signs a charter for 
the Dutch church of New York 
City giving them complete inde- 
pendence in all their church af- 
fairs, (May 11, 1696) 1136-65, 
1165-70, 1172, 1183, 1188; £1000 
to be laid out in presents to secure 
the friendship of the Indians to 
the English, (May 11, 1696) 
1166; the governor appoints a day 
of thanksgiving for the king's de- 
liverance from conspiracies, 1166; 
issues a proclamation for collection 
of funds to build Trinity Church, 
(July 23, 1696) 1168; report on 
these funds, 1180-81; Dutch church 
gives the governor a present of 
silver plate, worth £80 in lieu of a 
fee, for signing their charter, (July 
26, 1696) 1168-69; commissions 
Dellius and others to make a treaty 
with the Five Nations, (Aug. 1696) 
1166, 1169, 1174, 1181-82, 1215; 
desides Mr. Vesey for rector of 
Trinity Church, 1175; call of Mr 
Vesey by the civil vestry, (Nov. 2, 
1696) 1174-76; the French of New 
Eochelle petition the governor for 
help, 1177; the managers of the 
Church of England petition the 
governor for a charter, granted, 
(May 6, 1697) 1178-79; the text of 
the charter, 1136-65; Trinity 
Church petitions for the money col- 
lected to redeem Turkish captives, 
granted, (Aug. 6, 1697) 1187, 
1216-17; receives letter from Del- 
lius, Schuyler and Wessels about 
the treaty with the Indians, 1215; 
inducts Mr Vesey into the rector- 
ship of Trinity Church, the exer- 
cises held in the Dutch church. 



Fletcher, Benjamin (continued) 
(Dec. 25, 1697) 1218-19; presents 
him as the rector, at the opening 
of Trinity Church, (Mar. 1698) 
1220-21; leases the King's Farm to 
Trinity Church, 2041 

Charged by his successor, Bello- 
mont, with antagonizing the Dutch 
and English elements, (June 22, 
1698) 1225, 1592; allusions, 1240- 
41, 1246, 1263, 1274; with mak- 
ing extravagant grants of land, 
1227, 1262, 1684-88, 2106; heads of 
complaints against Fletcher, 1277- 
78; his answkir, in part, 1282-83; 
reply of Colonel Weaver thereto, 
(Jan. 9, 1699) 1283-84; further 
references to charges against him, 
1285-86, 1288-90; efforts to break 
his grants of land, 1292; allu- 
sions, 1296, 1298, 1302, 1311-16, 
1329-30, 1334, 1339, 1351-53, 1365, 
1401-2, 1419, 1421, 1430-31, 1433, 
1437, 1439, 1441-42, 2053, 2193-94, 
3452 

Flipsen (Fflipsen, Flypse), Frederick, 
963. See also Philipse, Frederic 

Floor, Rev. Theodore, 3160 

Flower of Gelder, a ship, 309 

Floyd, Richard, 2141-43 

Flushing, Holland, see Vlissingen 

Flushing (Vlissingen), L. I., peti- 
tions for a minister, (1648) 226; 
Baptist conventicles, (1656) 361; 
Rev. Francis Doughty, Presbyterian 
minister there, (1656) 410, 600; 
inhabitants remonstrate against the 
law prohibiting conventicles and 
Quakers, (1658) 412-15; a cobbler 
from Rhode Island preaches there 
and is banished the province, 426; 
Quakers at, 496; most of the in- 
habitants Quakers, their meet- 
ings prohibited, 526-27; allusions, 
633, 933, 968; Rev. George Keith, 
Anglican, preaches there and is 
abused by the Quakers, (1702) 
1512; the place stocked with Quak- 
ers (1704) 1553, 1558; an An- 
glican church there, served occa- 
sionally by Rev. Thomas Poyer, 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



165 



Flushing (Vlissingen) (continued) 
2231, 2547, 2668, 2856; an Angli- 
can church erected there, 2923-24, 
3056, 3452, 3745, 3799, 3804, 3863, 
(1770) 4180, 4325 

Foering, Rev. Christian Frederick, to 
be examined for licensure, (1769) 
4167; licensed, serves the German 
churches of GermantowTi, Witpen 
and Worchester, Pa., (1770) 4189; 
called to New York, (1772) 4239- 
40, 4242-43, 4246, 4271-72; called 
to Millstone, N. J., (1774) 4279- 
80 

Foley, Thomas, 1971 

Folkertsen (Volkertsen) , Folkcrt 
(Volkert), 2784, 2788-89, 2804-5, 
2876, 2894, 2899, 3023-24, 3074, 
3080, 3331, 3618, 3733 

Folkertsen, Nicholas, 3178, 3331, 
3538, 3616 

Fonda, Abraham, 4365 

Fonda, Douw J., 1306 

Fonda's Bush, Fulton county, N. Y., 
4383 

Fonteyn, Mr, 831 

Fontye (La Fontye), Mrs, 2221 

Foot stoves, 4079 

Ford, Jacob, 4046 

Ford (Foard), John, 413 

Fordham (Fourdam), Rev. Jonah, 
523 

Fordham, Rev. Robert, 391 

Fordham, Manor of, prelegacy by 
Cornelius Steenwyck of his Manor 
of Fordham to the Collegiate 
Church of New York, (Nov. 20, 

1684) 88S-89; transfer of said 
manor to the overseers of said 
church (Sept. 16, 1685) 889-90; 
thankful acceptance of, after the 
executrix has maintained her right 
to the title, (Sept. 16, 1685) 890; 
consistory orders that the deacons 
must not henceforth alienate or 
sell any real estate without the 
counsel and determination of the 
minister and elders, (Mar. 13, 

1685) 897-98; Domine Selyns, hav- 
ing lost his wife (Mar. 1686), mar- 



Fordham, Manor of (continued) 
ries Mrs Cornelius Steenwyck,^ 
executrix of her late husband, 
(1687) 948, 957; importance of in- 
corporation for the church, (1688) 
952, see Church charters; the con- 
sistory requests Domine Selyns and 
wife to defend the rights of the 
church to the manor, will repay all 
expenses, (Oct. 30, 1688) 960; the 
lands of the manor seized, and re- 
tained by a suit, expenses to the 
church, £1200, consistory begins a 
suit for their recovery, (Mar. 9, 
1692) 1035; Domine Selyns and 
wife convey the Manor of Fordham 
to the overseers of the Dutch 
church of the city of New York, 
(Jan. 1, 1595) 1109-12; only mem- 
bers of the church shall be commis- 
sioned to lay out or lease lands in 
the manor, (Apr. 18, 1695) 1116- 
17; the manor referred, to in the 
final petition for a charter (June 
19, 1695) 1127-28; referred to in 
the charter, (May 11, 1696) 1138- 
39, 1169; the churchmasters the 
committee to lease farms on the 
manor, (Oct. 27, 1698) 1263; quit- 
rents due the king, from the manor, 
paid in full, (May 17, 1699) 1338; 
leases on the manor, (June 25, 
1718) 2121; certain seizures of 
parts of the manor, (Apr. 16, 1722) 
2189; back quitrents demanded, 
certain answers required by the 
court of chancery, (Apr. 14, 1724) 
2216; claims of Lewis Morris on 
the manor, committee appointed to 
defend the claims of the church, 
(May 7, 1724) 2217; this commit- 
mittee to record all papers relating 
to the manor, (Aug. 9, 1724) 2221; 
allusions, 2225, 2227; quitrents to 
the king again demanded; resolve 
to pay them to avoid trouble, (Feb. 
19, 20, 1725) 2242-43; offer of al- 
leged claimants to parts of the 
manor, to renounce all claims, if 
the consistory would allow them to 



o This marriage occurred October 20, 1686. 



166 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Fordham, Manor of (continued) 
see a former alleged renunciation, 
this will be shown to a properly 
accredited person, (Feb. 28, 1725) 
2243; all costs accruing from the 
lawsuit, paid, (Mar. 8, 1725) 2294 
A committee appointed to obtain 
full information about every farm 
on the manor that the leases may 
be regulated to the advantage of 
the church, (June '7, 1725) 2309; 
a committee appointed to finish all 
unsettled matters with the lessees 
of the manor, and make an exact 
statement of their leases, also to 
settle with those now living on the 
manor, (July 13, 1726) 2357-58; 
further difficulties with the lessees, 
their taxes temporarily paid by the 
consistory, (Sept. 22, 1726) 2360; 
lessees must sign the lease just as 
written, the lessees must pay the 
taxes, (Feb. 20, 1728) 2400-1; al- 
lusion to, 2600, 2722, 2769-70; the 
consistory agrees to pay the taxes 
of Westchester county, on the 
manor, (Dec. 19, 1732) 2615; fur- 
ther action about certain leases, 
consistory sells a farm of 40 acres 
on the manor to cancel certain 
claims, (May 28, 1733) 2624-25, 
2627; certain reports and adjust- 
ments, (Aug. 21, 1733) 2629; Ger- 
ardus Beekman made overseer of 
the manor, must demand all arrear- 
ages of rent under threat of legal 
action, (Mar. 21, 1734) 2641; ac- 
tion taken to recover land on the 
manor, taken possession of by 
Colonel Morris, (Dec. 13, 1736) 
2677; repairs of the church on the 
manor, consistory gives £10, Philip 
Van Cortlandt £5, the son of De 
Gree can not have the place of his 
father, on the manor, (Apr. 28, 
1741) 2753-54; final settlement of 
the church with the estate of Mrs 
Selyns, items about the manor, (July 
23, 1741) 2761-63, see also 1964; 
the overseer of the manor, Gerar- 
du8 Beekman, directed to collect ar- 



Fordham, Manor of (continued) 
rearages of rent of tenants on the 
manor, or advertise the farms to 
let, (Apr. 29, 1742) 2755; leases, 
arrearages of rent, (May 7, 1742) 
2776; tenants and the use of the 
" commons," rules for the govern- 
ment of the manor, Mr Abel Har- 
denbrook appointed overseer, in 
place of Gerardus Beekman, de- 
ceased, his instructions, also over- 
seer of the Harpending lots in the 
city, all moneys from the manor 
to be paid to the elders, the over- 
seer's commission to be 16 pence a 
pound, and 10 shillings a trip to 
the manor, (Mar. 11, 1743) 2793- 
95; leases, (Mar. 22, 1743) 2795- 
96, (Apr. 11, 1643) 2797; commit- 
tee appointed to visit the manor 
with the overseer, and report to the 
consistory, arrangements with ten- 
ants, the blacksmith to be allowed 
to use fallen trees to make char- 
coal for his own use, (Mar. 15, 
1744) 2834; report of the commit- 
tee on the manor, additions to be 
made to the farm of Jacob Lent 
for the good of the church, (Apr. 
9, 1744) 2835; a map of the whole 
manor to be made on parchment, 
arrangements with lessees, (Apr. 
24, 1744) 2837; committee ap- 
pointed to go with Hardenbrook, 
the overseer, to settle a cer- 
tain dispute, (June 29, 1747) 
2961; charges made that Peter De 
Lancey had cut 30 oak trees on the 
manor, wherewith to build a house, 
committee appointed to investigate, 
the schoolmaster on the manor to 
repair his house, the consistory 
bearing half the expense, (Aug. 10, 
1747) 2969; rents fixed for each 
farm on the manor, a specimen 
lease presented and approved, farms 
to be leased for seven years with 
privilege of renewal for same term, 
if stipulations are fulfilled, the 
specimen lease to be printed, (May 
12, 1748) 3013-14 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



167 



Fordham, Manor of {continued) 

The committee on the manor 
authorized to seek legal counsel 
when necessary, (Feb. 15, 1751) 
3151; the consistory buys the 
claim of Jacob Mauritz on the 
^ manor for £50, (Mar. 6, 1752) 
3220; consistory resolves to seek 
permission from the Assembly to 
alienate the fee of the manor, com- 
mittee appointed to obtain a legal 
opinion in the matter, (July 16, 
1753) 3395-96; report of commit- 
tee, extract from the words of the 
legacy, the manor already held for 
60 years, and a burden rather than 
a benefit, purpose of the testator 
would be better fulfilled by selling 
the manor, in whole or in parts, 
and laying out the proceeds in real 
estate in the city, permission to 
sell to be sought, (Aug. 7, 1753) 
3407-8; the great consistory con- 
sulted, plan approved, a draft to 
be prepared for the Assembly, 
(Aug. 9, 1753), 3408-9; the draft 
prepared in English and presented 
to the consistory, further legal 
advice to be sought (Oct. 4, 
1753) 3435; petition to be al- 
lowed to sell, presented to the 
Assembly, advertisement of sale, 
(Nov. 21, 1753) 3439-40; proposed 
bill presented to the Assembly, 
amended and sent to the Coiuicil, 
includes an amendment to their 
charter, (Nov. 30, 1753) 3445; 
the text of the bill, (Dec. 12, 
1753) 3447-51, 3986; address of 
thanks by the consistory to Gov- 
ernor De Lancey, and the gov- 
ernor's answer, 3451-52; history 
of the title of the Manor of Ford- 
ham, a church was to be erected 
when there was a sufficient niun- 
ber of persons on the manor, a Re- 
formed Dutch church actually or- 
ganized thereon, (May 11, 169S) 
34.52-53; the act, permitting the 
sale of the manor, and its con- 
firmation, sent to the Council, de- 



Fordham, Manor of (continued) 
linquents for rent must pay or be 
arrested, the great consistory to 
be called together to consider mat- 
ters relating to the manor, (Jime 
9, 1755) 3556-57; the great con- 
sistory agreed to the sale of the 
manor, excepting the Dutch church 
building, (June 12, 1755) 3557 

The committee on the sale of the 
manor presented a list of the 
farms with the prices an acre, 
present tenants might buy at 20 
shillings less an acre, payments 
to be made in four equal parts, a 
year apart, the first being on Apr. 
1, 1756, (Sept. 25, 1755) 3588-89; 
objections made by some of the 
tenants to the survey of their 
farms, one tenant had taken a 
lease from Lewis Morris who had 
encroached on the manor, this ten- 
ant to be ejected, and an action 
in law to be begun against Mor- 
ris, (Nov. 10, 1755) 3614; sales 
of farms proceeding, a special 
agreement with one purchaser 
(Mar. 19, 1756) 3650, (Apr. 1, 

1756) 3651; the corporation of 
the city buys stone of the con- 
sistory on the manor, for the con- 
struction of a prison, (Apr. 17, 

1757) 3700; encroachments by 
neighboring farmers on the manor, 
certain boundaries specified, suits 
pending against trespassers, (Oct. 
31, 1757) 3710-11; farm no. 34 
sold to Isaac Valentine for £934, 
to be paid for in four equal in- 
stalments, farm no. 11 sold to 
Peter De Lancey for £691, 68, lOd, 
(Jan. 9, Feb. 2, 1758) 3711-12; 
a new road to be made on farm 
no. 1, now in possession of B. 
Archer, if a bridge should be built 
over the Harlem river, consistory 
would give a free right of way to 
it on certain conditions, (Sept. 
11, 1758) 3715; suit still pending 
against Lewis Morris, the com- 
mittee urged to push the business, 



168 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OE NEW YOKE 



Fordham, Manor of (continued) 
dispute as to line between Peter 
Bussing and Isaac Valentine, legal 
advice to be sought, parties seek- 
ing to buy farms, (Feb. 12, 1579) 
3725; an overseer or bookkeeper 
to be appointed to keep a special 
account of all moneys which have 
been received, or which shall be 
received for properties on the 
manor, to note the payments of 
principal or interest, and to re- 
port as required, commission of 
the overseer to be three pence on 
the pound of principal, and six 
pence on the pound, of interest, 
Abram Van Wyck appointed such 
overseer, the heading of his book 
to specify that the revenue from 
sales on the manor shall be used 
only in accordance with the de- 
sign of Cornelis Steenwyck, and 
the act of Dec. 1753, a farm sold 
to John Vermillie for £5, 10s, an 
acre, the farm to be surveyed, a 
committee appointed to go with 
the surveyor, and with the jury, 
to view the ground, in the case 
between the consistory and Lewis 
Morris, (Mar. 15, 1759) 3726-27 

Lewis Morris agrees to pay the 
consistory for a certain portion 
of the manor as exhibited on a 
certain plan, £6000, provided the 
consistory will give a Avarrantee 
for the 1200 acres, and a quit- 
claim for the governor, consistory 
accepted the offer on condition that 
the rents for the current year, be 
also paid for the benefit of the 
church, the £6000 to be paid in 
three equal instalments, and that 
the Dutch church on the manor, 
with an acre of ground, although 
in this tract, shall remain the 
property of the Collegiate Church, 
and also a piece of ground in said 
tract to be sold to Peter De Lan- 
cey, and that Mr Lewis Morris, jr, 
pay the quitrent for half the 
manor from the time he obtains 



Fordham, Manor of (continued) 
possession, and, furthermore, that 
he give a quitclaim for the whole 
manor, by which the suits between 
his father and the church shall 
cease: committee appointed on this 
business, (Sept. 27, 1759), 3737; 
Morris agreed to this arrange- 
ment, the papers were signed and 
sealed, but each party retained 
his own papers, until the final 
papers should be delivered (Sept. 
28, 1759) 3738 

Abel Hardenbrook resigns his 
superintendency of the manor and 
of the Harpending lots in the city, 
John De Peyster appointed in his 
place, John Vermillie buys a vly 
(valley) in or near his farm, a 
committee appointed to inquire 
into the leases of the Harpending 
lots, and a dwelling to be sought 
for teacher Van der Sman, (Nov. 

1759) 3747; cost of the suit 
against Lewis Morris for en- 
croaching on the manor, £324, 198, 
5d, the Bussing case, traveling ex- 
penses to the manor, £5, (Jan. 3, 

1760) 3748; committee reported on 
the Harpending lots, left in charge 
of John De Peyster, (Jan. 10, 20, 

1760) 3749; a farm on the manor 
sold to Hendrick Michielse for 
£5, 10s, an acre, only £100 to be 
paid at first instalment, the bal- 
ance in two annual instalments, 
(Mar. 13, 1760) 3749; leases on 

the Harpending lots, John De 
Peyster to furnish a list of ar- 
rearages on the manor, delinquents 
to pay within six weeks or be ar- 
rested, (June 29, 1760) 3758-59; 
list of the remaining farms and 
places yet unsold, ordered that 
they be sold at vendue, (Feb. 2, 

1761) 3803-4; vendue held, sev- 
eral sales effected, (Apr. 1761) 
3804 

Abram Van Wyck resigns his 
commission as overseer of the rev- 
enues of the manor, books to be 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



169 



Fordham, Manor of (continued) 
delivered to the new treasurer, 
Adrian Bancker chosen treasurer 
tor one year, salary, £25 a year, 
forms of leases to be printed and 
bound in a book, (Apr. 30, 1761) 
3806-7; Adrian Bancker succeeds, 
3606-7. Further report of Abram 
Van Wyck, his commissions 
amounted to only £10, asks for 
£20 additional, granted, a receipt 
to be given him for the account 
books, (May 7, 1761) 3S07-8; 
£1000 of the moneys of the manor 
to be loaned to the city corpora- 
tion at 5 per cent, (July 10, 1761) 
3808; allusions, 3837, 3840, 3872, 
3912, 3986, 4089; certain leases 
signed, some leases missing (Apr. 
14, 1763) 3SG9-70; Theophilus 
Hunt buys a farm on the manor 
for £6, 10s, an acre, to pay one- 
third of the whole sum on delivery 
of the papers, and the balance in 
three successive years with proper 
securities, committee to examine 
the books to ascertain the exact 
amounts produced in freeing the 
manor, (June 29, 1764) 3931; 
deed given to Theophilus Hunt for 
farm no. 10, total value of farm 
£938, 17s, 8i4d, another deed given 
to Benjamin Corson for a piece 
of land on the manor, for £157, 
7s, 41/^d, bonds given for the 
money, (July 18, 1764) 3941-42; 
certain bonds held by the con- 
sistory, doubtful, (Mar. 14, 1766) 
4046; interest from Lewis Morris, 
due, (Aug. 5, 1766) 4067-68; 
Captain Thos. Clark offers to buy 
the mortgage held by the church 
on Valentine's farm with payment 
of interest, (May 1767) 4089, 
4093-95; investments from sales, 
4106, 4180, 4249; unreliable bonds 
to be called in, (.June 14, 1770) 
4186; Lewis Morris ignores the 
consistory's claims, his security, 
Mr Walton, to be notified, (July 



Fordliam, Manor of {continued) 
7, 1772) 4249; church of, (1800) 
4387 

Foreest, see De Forest 

Foreign churches, (1619) 4226; rules 
of Classis of Amsterdam concern- 
ing, (1640) 127-28; the rites of, 
to be respected, (Synod of Dort), 
2263; the rights of foreign 
churches in England, (1642) 1082- 
83 

Foreigners, the Dutch and French 
in America, so called by the Eng- 
lish, (1714) 2017 

Forest of Dean, England, 1437 

Forged letters, in the name of Rit- 
zema, 3886, 3914. See also De 
Windt, Van der Sman 

Forks (Falles) of the Delaware 
(Trenton), 627; petition for a 
grant of 4000 acres, with perfect 
freedom of worship, (1674) 627; 
subsequently secured by \\Tiitefield 
and sold to Zinzendorf, becomes 
a Moravian settlement, 2907 

Forman, John, 3546 

Forman, Jonathan, 3546 

Forman, Joseph, 3546 

Forman, Samuel, whipped for dis- 
turbing public worship, (1674) 
646 

Formosa, 19 

Forms of calls, and of instructions, 
for ministers, candidates, com- 
forters of the sick and school- 
masters, (1636) 91-109 

Formulae of concord, (or, of unity, 
of uniformity) 309, 332, 349, 2469, 
2481, 3667, 4124, 4134, 4191, 4206 

Formulae of union, (1771) 4212-18 

Forna, Captain John, 909 

Forss, Olle, 676 

Forster, Miles, 998, 1322 

Forster, William, schoolmaster in 
Westchester, (1719) 2140, 2622 

Fort Abraham, 4353 

Fort Altena, 241 

Fort Amstel, 401-3 

Fort Amsterdam, 616 

Fort Anne, (1705) 1608 



170 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Fort Casimir (Casemier), 275, 395; 

has a school, (1657) 396, 398 
Fort Cataracqui, see Cataraqui 
Fort Christina, 340, 395 
Fort d'Avogades, 241 
Fort de Barrette, 241 
Fort d'Elmina, see Elmina 
Fort Diimmer, N. H., 3401 
Fort George, 4291 

Fort Hope (or Good Hope), 188, 213 
Fort Hunter, 1018, 1244, 2634, 2635, 

2677, 3402, 4173, 4299 
Fort James, 723, seized by Leisler, 

(1689) 963, 981-82. See also Fort 

William 
Fort Johnson, (1756) 3650 
Fort Nassau, 37, 85, 188, 213, 395; 

a name given to Fort Orange, 

(1674) 634-36 
Fort Onondaga, 1970, contains an 

Anglican church 
Fort Orange (Aurania), allusions, 

37, 52, 57, 86, 122, 157, 166-67, 

188, 213, 214, 237, 244, 279, 297, 

316, 340, 344, 363, 372, 409, 424, 

434, 438, 483-84, 487, 489, 504, 

539, (1664) 560,634,804. See also 

Albany 
Fort Richelieu, 167 
Fort St George del Mina (d'Elmina), 

on the south coast of Guinea, see 

Elmina 
Fort William [Hendrick], (1673) 

631-38, 650, 661, 985, 987, 1001, 

1008, 1023, 1027, 1033, 1040, 1113 
Fossacre (Fossiker), John, 621-22 
Foster, Thomas T., 498 
Foster fathers (nourishing), 1629, 

1664 
Fotherington, Vincent, 509 
Foucault, Andrew, 2237 
Fowler, Henry, 2190 
Fowler, Samuel, 4172, 4184 
Foxcroft, Rev., 3399 
Foy, Peter, 1788 
Fraanwendorf [Frauendorf ?], Rev., 

2674 
Fraeski, John, 1525 
France (French), allusions, 82, 421, 

437, 559, 567, 653, 666, 866, 921, 

946. 962, 964, 972, 974^75, 977, 



France ( French ) ( continued ) 

979, 997, 1001-2, 1033, 1070, 1111, 
1136, 1169, 1172, 1176, 1247, 1258, 
1784, 1827, 2047, 3642 

France and the Palatinate, 1674- 
79, 1784 

France, Reformed church in, almost 
obliterated, 1581; discipline of, 
(1559-71) 4395 

France, refugees from, 1830 

Francke, Gotthilp Augustus, 2931- 
32 

Francken, Rev., 893 

Franeker (Franquer, Fransker), 
Holland, 73, 305-6, 1578 

Frank, an Indian, 598-99 

Frank, professor at Halle, Germany, 
1739 

Frankendale [Frankenthal], Pala- 
tinate, (1705) 1602, 1782, 1784, 
1821. 1825, 1828-29 

Frankfort, Germany, 1729, 1777, 
1829, 1837, 1963 

Franklin, Governor William, of New 
Jersey, gives charter to Queens 
College, (1766) 4085 

Franks, Jacob, 1168 

Franquer, see Franeker 

Fransen, Clement, 128 

Fransen, Hinrich, 673 

Fransen, Isaac, 128 

Fransker, see Franeker 

Fraternal correspondence, (1784) 
4321, 4328, 4332, (1786) 4339, 
4341, (1787) 4343, 4345, 4354, 
(1791) 4359-60 

Fraternity of the Dutch and Anglican 
churches, (1664-97) 1658-59 

Frauendorf ( Fraanwendorf ) , Rev., 
2674 

Frederick I, Elector Palatine, 1782 

Frederick III, Elector Palatine, 1821 

Frederick V, king of Bohemia, 1782, 
1821 

Frederick, king of Denmark, 459 

Frederick William, "The Great," 
Elector of Brandenburg, his char- 
ity toward persecuted French 
Protestants and Palatines, 1775- 
76, 1828 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



171 



Fredericksen, Myndert, 636 

Frederickszen, William, 158 

Free grace, 4123, 4129, 4134, 4143 

Free grammar school, (1702) 1509 

Free masonry, 3432 

Free public school, (1773) 4264-65 

Free school, (1751) 3203 

Free trade, (1639) 188, 213 

Freedom of conscience (or religion), 
(1683) 864-65, 913, 1082-83, 1142, 
(1777) 4300-1. See also Liberty 
of conscience 

Freedom of discipline in church gov- 
ernment, 558, 630 

Freedom of Dutch church, 678-80, 
685 

Freedom of religion, 569, 649, 669, 
864, 1601-2, 1674-79 

Freehold, X. J., 878, 1438, 1671; 
writes for a minister, (1730) 
2506-13; Eev. Gerardus Haeg- 
hoort sent, 2513, 2535-36; church 
informs classis of his arrival, ex- 
presses thanks, 2554-55; classis 
writes to him with admonitions, 
(July 1732) 2593; Presbyterian 
church at Freehold, 2588-89; Rev. 
William Tennent, 2638; Domine 
Erickzon called to, (1736) 3935; 
he writes to classis, from Free- 
hold, (Apr. 1746) 2920-21, 2923; 
Rev. Benjamin DuBois, pastor, 
(1771) 4211, 4243, 4246, (1784) 
4318, (1800) 4390 

Freeland (Fraeland [Vreeland]), 
Michiel, 3186, 3197 

Freeland. See also Vreeland, Vre- 
landt 

Freeman (Freerman), Rev. Bernar- 
du8, allusion, 1304; church of Al- 
bany writes to Classis of Amster- 
dam for a minister, (June 5, 1699) 
1317; sends a second letter on same 
subject to William Bancker and 
other merchants in Amsterdam, 
need not confine their efforts to 
Classis of Amsterdam, the mer- 
chants propose Freeman, classis 
objects, (Nov. 15, 1699) 1337, 1340, 
1343; the merchants call Freeman 



Freeman (Freerman) (continued) 
for Albany, send him to the Classis 
of Lingen, in Westphalia, for ordi- 
nation, and send him off secretly 
to Albany, 1340-45, 1349, 1350; 
classis calls Lydius for Albany and 
despatches him thither, (Nov. 14, 
1699) 1336, see Lydius; classis in- 
terrogates Bancker on his conduct, 
but in vain, 1359-60; arrival of 
Freeman, not accepted by the 
church of Albany, settles at Schen- 
ectady, 1371-73; Bellomont ap- 
points him to instruct the Indians, 
1376; conditions under which he 
can legally remain there, 1384-90, 
1422-25, 1440, 1469-78; teaches the 
Indians, (1701) 1439; churches of 
Kings county, L. I., petition Corn- 
bury to be allowed to call Free- 
man, not granted, (1702) 1503-6, 
1507, 1639-41, 1762-67; petition 
again, granted, call sent, (May 4, 
1703) 1522-26, 1640, 1940; Free- 
man's intrigues in connection, his 
Consistory of Schenectady refuse to 
let him go, 1532-45, 1639-45; his 
conduct censured by classis, 1579- 
80; his letter to the Indian com- 
missioners, (1704) 1583; he visits 
Long Island to marry, (Sept. 1, 
1705) 1641; is called to the church 
of New Utrecht, 1522-26, (Sept. 21, 
1705), 1596, 1631-35, 1642, 1647, 
1766, 1942; for the disputes occur- 
ring concerning the validity of his 
call, his relation to Rev. Antonides 
and the other churches of Kings 
county, (1705-14), see Kings 
county 

Recommends Frelinghuysen's 

sermons, (1721) 2179-80; gives an 
account of a visit to him of certain 
opponents of Frelinghuysen, (1723) 
2197-2200; allusions, 2203, 2206; 
writes a " Defence " of himself, 
against certain charges in the 
" Complaint against Frelinghuy- 
sen," 2244-45; allusions, 2250, 
2254, 2256, 2258, 2269, 2270, 2275, 



172 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Freeman (Freerman) {continued) 
2282, 2284; writes to classis, send- 
ing them a copy of his " Defence," 
(1725) 2307, 2359, 2361; classis 
writes to, with admonitions as to 
his language, and exhortations to 
peace, (Dec. 1726) 2363, 2371-72; 
with the other ministers, he writes 
to classis in reference to their plan 
for a coetus, (June 6, 1737) 2685- 
88; writes again, (Sept. 13, 1737) 
2690-91; signs the draft of the 
coetus constitution, (1737) 2689, 
2708, 2723; joins in letter of his 
church for another minister, (Apr. 
8, 1740) 2738-40; allusions, 2382, 
2387, 2394, 2556, 2592, 2594, 2645, 
2710, 2713, 2727-28, 2736, 2738, 
2755-57, 2765; his death, (1742) 
2777; subsequent allusions, 2801, 
2842, 2883, 2885, 2892, 2897, 3033, 
3126, 3229, 3280 

Freer (Frere), Abraham, 4033 

Freer, Anthoni, 4033 

Freer, Gerrit, 4034 

Freer, Joannes, 4322 

Freer (Frear), John, 4353 

Freer, Jonas, 3925 

Freer, Solomon, 4033. See also Frere 

Freethinkers, 3388, 34S4, 3503-5 

Freker, Rev. N., 3044 

Frelinghuysen, Ferdinand, is prepar- 
ing for the ministry at Kinderhook, 
(1751) 3169; proceeds to Amster- 
dam to complete his studies and be 
ordained by the Classis of Amster- 
dam, 3181-82; his examination and 
ordination, (1752) 3255-56, 3263- 
64, 3267-68, 3284; his departure 
from Holland, 3375; his death at 
sea, from smallpox, 3406, 3423, 
3476, 3620, 3850 

Frelinghuysen, Eev. Henricus, the 
churches of Marbletown, etc. re- 
quest that Henricus Frelinghuysen 
should be examined and ordained 
in America, (1753) 3437, 3746; his 
call to these churches, (Dec. 3, 
1753) 3445-46, 3470; the coetus 
urges their request that he may be 



Frelinghuysen, Rev. Henricus (cont'd) 
ordained in America, (1755) 3553, 
3611, 3687; is successfully laboring 
in his prospective charge, although 
unordained, (1753-55) 3534, 3563, 
3620; but Classis of Amsterdam 
still insists on his coming to Hol- 
land for ordination, 3476, 3659, 
3689; allusions, 3623, 3625, 3655, 
3680; the coetus (or American 
Classis), ordains him, (1757) 
3708-9; his death, (1758) 3714, 
3721, 3960, 3962 
Frelinghuysen, Jacobus, preparing for 
the ministry at Marbletown, etc., 
(1751) 3169; proceeds to Amster- 
dam to complete his studies and be 
ordained by the Classis of Amster- 
dam, 3181-82; his examination and 
ordination, (1752) 3255-56, 3263- 
64, 3267-68, 3284; his departure 
from Holland, 3375; his death at 
sea, from smallpox, 3406, 3423, 
3476, 3620, 3850 
Frelinghuysen, Rev. John, studies 
under Dorsius, (1740) 2740; as a 
student, signs dedication to his 
father's sermons, (1748) 3049; 
is examined and ordained by the 
Classis of Amsterdam, (July 21, 
1749 ) 3085-86 ; attends coetus, (Sept. 
10-11, 1751) 3174-76, 3186-88; 
one of committee to hear the con- 
fession of Arondeus, 3213-14, 3235; 
his letter to classis, (Dec. 20, 1751 ) 
3221-25, 3245; classis writes to 
him, (July 3, 1752) 3257; he 
writes to classis, (Apr. 4, 1753) 
3351-54, 3358; obtains a charter 
for his five churches in Somerset 
county, N. J., (June 7, 1753) 3382- 
84; writes to classis, (Jime 25, 
1753) 3385; again (Aug. 1753), 
concerning the death of his two 
brothers, with the request that his 
brother Henricus may be examined 
and ordained in America, 3406-7; 
allusions, 3012, 3193, 3226-27, 
3234, 3287, 3306, 3308, 3886-88, 
3398, 3409, 3411, 3412, 3413, 3415, 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



173 



Frelinghuysen, Rev. John (continued) 
3417, 3419-21, 3422-23, 3436; with 
others, writes the letter, in the 
name of the coetus to the classis, 
(Nov. 26, 1753) 3440-42; writes 
again, (Apr. 25, 1754) 3468-70, 
3471, 3472; his sudden death, 
(Sept. 15, 1754) 3490, 3494; al- 
lusions, 3455, 3461-63, 3468, 3519, 
3687, 3689, 3964 

Frelinghuysen, Rev. Theodore, studies 
under Dorsius, 2740, 2813; also at 
Utrecht University, examined and 
ordained, (Oct. 4, 1745) 2878-80; 
called to Albany, 2878, 2919; 
unites, with five others in writing 
to classis about establishment of a 
coetus, (1747) 2959, 2981; makes 
a request to classis that Verbryck 
may be examined and ordained in 
America, (1748) 3002, 3034, 3046, 
3065; not permitted by his Con- 
sistory of Albany to attend the 
coetus, 3006 ; preaches also in the 
English language in Albany, 
(1748) 3018; has prepared a cate- 
chism, 3018-19, 3028, 3055, 3068, 
3101, 3120, 3140-41; allusions, 
2960, 2987, 2999; signs the coetus 
articles, (1755) 3012; receives let- 
ter from classis, (1749) 3059, 3068, 
3071; writes to classis, (May 1, 

1751) 3156; opposes the irregu- 
larity of Van Hoevenberg's settle- 
ment at Claverack, (1752) 3215- 
16; classis informs him of the or- 
dination of his two brothers, Fer- 
dinand and Jacobus, (Sept. 4, 

1752) 3284; informs classis of Van 
Hoevenberg's position, (June 25, 
1752) 3294, 3297, 330,3-4, 3312; 
another letter to him from classis, 
(Dec. 5, 1752) 3326, 3334; visits 

Jamaica and preaches there as an 
advocate for Romeyn's settlement, 
(1753) 3353, 3358-59, 3386; allu- 
sions, 3185, .3200, 3275, .3288, 3442, 
3468, 3615, 3620, 3025, 36.30; writes 
to classis, mourning the death of 
his two brothers at sea, of small- 
pox, (Sept. 20, 1753) 3422-23, 



l'"relinglmysen. Rev. Theodoi-e (con- 
tinued} 
3468; writes again, (Oct. 15, 1753) 
3436; certifies to the request of 
the church of Marbletown, etc., 
that Henricus Frelinghuysen may 
be ordained in America, 3437 ; his 
trip among all the churches, (Jan. 
1755), to secure signatures for an 
American Classis and Academy, 
3532-34; 3561-65, 3605-11; his 
personal invitation of all ministers 
and churches to a convention for 
considering the matter of an 
American Classis and Academy, 
3541; the convention, (May 27-30, 

1755) 3546-52; its letter to the 
classis, 3553-54, 3561-65, 3636-40, 
3642-44; his commission to go to 
Holland to plead for permission 
for a classis and to collect money 
for an academy, 3551-52; further 
allusions to the convention, 3582- 
85, 3587-90; writes to classis, urg- 
ing that the requisite powers of 
ordination be given, (Feb. 20, 

1756) 3648-49, 3672-73; Consis- 
tory of New York refuse to deal 
with Theodore Frelinghuysen, 
3651; allusions, 3652-56; letter 
from classis expressing its amaze- 
ment at the large plans proposed, 
cause of great troubles, would 
bring about separation from the 
parent church, with deprivation of 
the liberties of the church by the 
English government, denial of his 
requests, (Apr. 5, 1756) 3656-60; 
allusions, 3667-68; the Synod of 
North Holland also refuses all the 
requests of Frelinghuysen, (Aug. 
1756) 3668-72; classis reiterates 
her opposition, in a letter to, 
(Sept. 8, 1756) 3673-74; the coetus 
expresses her regret at the decision 
of the classis and synod, refers to 
the bad conduct and misrepresen- 
tations of the opposition, (Oct. 7, 
1756) 3674-77; allusion, 3691, 
3714; opponents admit the neces- 
sity of a classis and academy, 



174 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Frelinghuysen, Eev. Theodore (con- 
tinued ) 
want them established in an or- 
derly way, (Oct. 12, 1758) 3720-24; 
Frelinghuysen leaves for Holland 
to carry out his commission, letter 
to his wife, (Oct. 5, 1759) 3738- 
39; writes to Consistory of New 
York, (Dec. 14, 1759); their 
answer, 3748, 3758; allusions, 
3746-47; announces to the synod 
that the American churches do not 
wish to be longer under their juris- 
diction, 3751-52; Mrs Grant's ac- 
count of conditions at Albany 
about the time of his departure, 
and his death, 3739-44, 3962, 3994, 
4143, 4196 

Frelinghuysen, Rev. Theodorus Jaco- 
bus, called to Raritan, examined 
and ordained, (June 5, 1718) 
2121; Freeman's account of a visit 
of certain members at Raritan, 
complaining of their pastor's 
preaching, (1723) 2197-2200; re- 
marks on this statement, 2322-24; 
preface to a book of his sermons, 
(June 15, 1721) 2178; the ser- 
mons recommended by Freeman 
and Bertholf, 2179-80; topics of 
these sermons, 2180-81; citations 
of certain members of his church 
to answer for evil reports con- 
cerning their pastor, (1723) 2201- 
12 ; " Complaint " [Klagte] of cer- 
tain members against their pastor, 
being a printed reply to the " Let- 
ters of Citation," (1725) 2244-92; 
statement of certain ministers on 
the propriety of the publication of 
this "Complaint," 2309-11; pref- 
ace to the complaint, 2317-29; 
certain poems prefixed to the 
" Complaint," 2312-17 ; copies of 
the " Complaint " sent to Holland, 
2330; report on the complaint, 
2332; Frelinghuysen to be asked 
to answer it, 2333; letter sent to 
the classis by the complainants, 
(Nov. 2, 1725) 2333-35, 2361-64; 
Van Santvoord alluded to in the 



Frelinghuysen, Rev. Theodorus Ja- 
cobus (continued) 
Complaint, writes a vindication of 
himself in the form of a dialogue, 
and sends a copy to Holland, 
2348-51; classis writes to Freling- 
huysen, asking for explanation on 
certain points, 2351-56; Freeman 
alluded to in the complaint, also 
publishes a " Defence " of himself, 
sends a copy to Holland, 2359, 
2361 ; letters to be written to the 
ministers who indorsed the " Com- 
plaint"; to Freeman, with admoni- 
tions, to Frelinghuysen with exhor- 
tations to moderation, to Van Sant- 
voord, with admonitions, 2362-64; 
letter of classis to the com- 
plainants, (Oct. 7, 1726) 2364-65; 
to the indorsers of the " Com- 
plaint," (Dec. 1, 1726) 2366- 
69; to Freeman, (Dec. 1, 1726) 
2371-72; to Van Santvoord, (Dec. 
1, 1726) 2372-74; Frelinghuysen's 
answer to the complaint, (Apr. 6, 
1727) 2381-88; Van Santvoord 
vindicates his "Dialogue," (Sept. 
15, 1727) 2393-95; classis dis- 
pleased with Frelinghuysen's reply, 
2401-5; allusions, 2343-45, 2348, 
2356-57, 2366, 2401 

Further action of classis on the 
Frelinghuysen dispute, (1728) 
2413-15; letter of classis to Fre- 
linghuysen, (June 28, 1728) re- 
quested not to publish a refuta- 
tion, 2416-24; the complainants 
meet with Frelinghuysen and his 
consistory and ask for the removal 
of the ban, technicalities, (Jan. 
1729) 2446; reply of consistory, 
(Feb. 3, 1729) 2447-49; another 
letter of complainants to consis- 
tory, (Mar. 29, 1729) 2454-56; 
Frelinghuysen publishes a sermon, 
"A Mirror that does not flatter," 
(Apr. 4, 1729) 2457-58; reply of 
consistory to the complainants, 
(Apr. 19, 1729) 2459-61; rejoinder 
of the complainants, (June 10, 1729) 
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175 



Frelinghuysen, Rev. Theodorus Ja- 
cobus (continued) 
Run (one of the districts in Fre- 
linghuysen's charge ) , ask permis- 
sion of classis to call a minister, 
(Nov. 20, 1729) 2478; Frelinghuy- 
sen publishes another sermon, " If 
the righteous scarcely be saved, 
where shall the ungodly and the 
sinner appear?" (1729) 2490; 
Frelinghuysen very sick (Dec. 5, 
1730), delay in the negotiations for 
peace, 2520; classis annuls the ex- 
communication, (Apr. 1731) 2536; 
letter to the complainants, (May 
7, 1731) 2540-44; letter of classis 
to the consistory, (May 7, 1731) 
2538-40; classis will not at 
present send another minister, 
2544; allusions, 2425, 2426, 2516, 
2536; the complainants request the 
consistory to acknowledge the an- 
nulment of the ban, (Sept. 18, 
1731) 2553; the churches of the 
Raritan district to the classes, 
their pastor restored to health, 
willing to acknowledge the annul- 
ment of the ban, if the disafifected 
will retract their charges of un- 
orthodoxy, ministers can not in 
America follow the regulations of 
the church exactly, praise Rev. 
Gilbert Tennent, (Oct. 2, 1731) 
2556-57; consistory requests the 
complainants to bring their letters 
from classis to compare with those 
sent to the consistory, 2558-59; the 
great awakening, (1732-42) 2565; 
complainants evade comparison of 
letters, wish the consistory to ac- 
knowledge their release from the 
ban, demand the resignation of 
present consistory, (Feb. 7, 1732) 
2566-68; conditions under which 
the consistory will acknowledge 
them as released, some of their 
terms inadmissible, 2568-70; the 
complainants seek to vindicate 
their position to the classis, (May 
4, 1732) 2583-88; relation of the 
complainants to Rev. Gilbert Ten- 



Frelinglmysen, Rev. Theodorus Ja- 
cobus {continued) 
nent, 2588-89; consistory to the 
complainants, (May 10, 1732) 
2592 ; consistory to the classis, 
(July 17, 1732) 2594-95; classis 
permits the Consistory of Har- 
lingen to call a minister, 2601, 
2609; classis to Frelinghuysen and 
his consistory, (Oct. 19, 1732) 
2609-10, 2613; Frelinghuysen pub- 
lishes a volume of ten sermons, 
(Mar. 1733) 2618-19; allusions, 
2604, 2609; further correspondence 
between the consistory and the 
complainants, (Aug., Sept. 1733) 
2629; Frelinghuysen still sick, oc- 
casionally, 2640; consistory to 
classis, (Nov. 25, 1733) 2635; 
peace articles read in all the Rari- 
tan pulpits, 2638-40; classical re- 
view of the whole matter, ( Sept. 6, 

1734) 2652-58; classis writes to 
Frelinghuysen, delighted at the 
prospect of peace, approves the 
peace articles, (Oct. 4, 1734) 2659- 
60; classis writes to the com- 
plainants in similar strain, 2660- 
61; consistory to classis (July 8, 

1735) review, fear the calling of 
a minister for one of the fields, not 
an evil to attend English Presby- 
terian services, as alleged, 2665- 
68; classis to Consistory of Rari- 
tan, (Jan. 8, 1737) 2678; two ad- 
ditional sermons of Frelinghuysen 
published, (1737) 2698,-99; he 
signs the articles of the coetus, 
(1737) 2708; allusions, 2642, 2645, 
2652, 2664, 2696, 2710; classis 
writes to the ministers, including 
Frelinghuysen, (Aug. 20, 1739) 
2723 ; Frelinghuysen gives a certifi- 
cate of character to Dorsius, his 
eons, John and Theodore, among 
his pupils, (Apr. 14, 1740) 2740, 
2753; Frelinghuysen assisted in 
the examination and ordination of 
Rev. John H. G'oetschius, (1741) 
2782, 2787, 2798, 2802, 2812-13, 
2905, 2926, 3033, 3076; his congre- 



176 



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Freliiij,']uiysen, Eev. Tlieodorus Ja- 
cobus (continued) 
gations invaded by Arondeus, 2886; 
publishes another volume of ser- 
mons (1748), about the time of 
his death, 3047-49; his death, ex- 
act date unknown, allusions, 2716, 
2755, 2801, 2897, 2975, 2988, 3076, 
3125, 3129-31, 3232, 3441, 3455,3849 
French, Philip, (1767) 4086 
French, Philip, Jr, 965, 998, 1322 
French, William, city vestryman, 

(1695) 1112 
French and English grants of land in 

central New York, maps, 1245 
French church. New York City, 
early French settlers served by 
Michaelius, (1628) 53-54; Drisius 
called to preach in French and 
English as well as Dutch, (1652) 
302-8; many French refugees in 
New York City, (1683) 866, (1687) 
936; Rev. Pierre Daille, pastor, 
(1683-96)- 866-67, 881, see Daill6; 
French Protestants to be natural- 
ized, allusion, 884, (1687) 943; 
French congregation increasing, 
two French preachers have arrived, 
(1688), 956, see Peiret; Bonrepos, 
the French are doing well, 959 ; 
the French churches of New York 
and New Paltz unite (1692) 1043; 
Daill6 called to French church of 
Boston, (1693) 1089, 1172; the 
French pastor and consistory in- 
dorse Domine Dellius in his con- 
test with Governor Bellomont, 
(1698) 1205, 1267, 1320-21; allu- 
sions, 1209, 1256; Pastor Peiret 
petitions Governor Cornbury for 
civil support, granted, (1702) 
1513; an act to enable them to 
build a larger church edifice, (Apr. 
1703) 1521, 1528, 1531; Peiret 
president of a small devotional so- 
ciety in the city, (1704) 1559; 
Cornbury hopes to see the French 
church conform, (1704) 1552; 
Ellas Neau, a useful elder, 1559; 
population of New York City con- 



French church. New York City {con- 
tinued ) 
sists of Dutch, French and English, 
(1705) 1593; the French Protest- 
ants loyal to England, (1708) 
1698; Colonel Hcathcote hopes the 
French church of the city will con- 
form, (1709) 1751; pastor Jamea 
Laborei petitions for the usual 
governmental allowance of £20, 
granted, (1709) 1816, see Laborei; 
Pastor Louis Rou, with his con- 
sistory expresses sympathy with 
Trinity Church, at a desecration 
committed, and contributes £10 
toward discovery of perpetrator, 
(Feb. 1714) 2023, 2025, 2027; a 
portion of the church repudiates 
an act of the consistory in dis- 
missing Pastor Rou, (1724) 2229, 
2235-41, 2292-2303; Moulinars, 
assistant of Rou, see Moulinars; 
opposition of some of the French 
to the Anglican service, (1725) 
2299; allusions, 2458, 3026, 3209, 
3368; its minister to be one of the 
trustees of Kings College, (1754) 
3508, 3584; desires a charter, 
1767) 4083 

French churches and ministers, out- 
side of New York City, many 
French refugees and their minis- 
ters, Daille, Van den Bosch, Morpo, 
936, 945, 947-48; two more French 
ministers arrive, Peiret and Bon- 
repos, 956; allusion, 958; French 
ministers doing well, Carpentier, at 
New Castle, has died, new French 
church at New Rochelle, Bonrepos, 
pastor, 959, 969, 970; allusions, 
976, 980; Leisler's persecutions of, 
983-84; allusion, 998; Daillg in- 
tercedes for Leisler, (1691) 1015; 
French minister at Boston per- 
suades Dellius to remain, 1010; 
address of French Protestants to 
William III, 1038, 1088, 1103, 
1398; New Paltz church unites 
with that of New York, Daill6 
preaches in the rural churches, 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



nt 



French churches and ministers (cont'd) 
1043; allusion, 1064; privileges of 
French churches in England, 10S2- 
83; allusion, 10S4; French pas- 
tors and their fields of operation, 
1188; allusions, 1225, 1275, 1284, 
1321-22, 1346, 1363-64. See also 
Boston, New Paltz, New Rochelle, 
Staten Island 

French intrigues with Indians in cen- 
tral New York, (1698) 1226, (1715) 
2096, 2104, 2234, 2238 

French Jesuits, 919, 1322-23. See 
also Indian Missions, Jesuits 

French Protestant refugees, received 
in England, (1709) 1776-80 

French, the, of Canada, threaten Al- 
bany, (1689), 986, 989; their in- 
fluence on the Indians, 992; de- 
stroy Schenectady, (1690) 993, 
996-98, 1000, 1014, 1020; murder 
Domine Tesschenmacher, 1007 ; 
operations against, 1008-10, 1024; 
allusions, 1027, 1029, 1031, 1033; 
[many ships taken by the French, 
1037], 1039-42, 1068; letter of 
Varick concerning, 1085-90; letters 
of Dellius concerning, 1093, 1097; 
allusions, 1124-25, 1133, 1170-71, 
1173, 1176, 1183, 1188, 1215, 1229, 
1240, 1251-52, 1258, 1285, 1288-89, 
1309, 1358-59, 1375-76, 1378, 1392 

Freneau, see Fryneau 

Frere, Abraham, 4033 

Frere, Aughe, see Frere, llugli 

Frere, Gerrit, 4034 

Frere, Hugh, deacon at New Paltz, 
(1683) 3142, 3293; elder, (1690) 
3142, 3293 

Frere. See also Freer 

Freske, Mr, 1740-41 

Friendly address, to all reasonable 
Americans [against Independence], 
(1774) 4186 

Freyenmoct ( Frymuth, Freinmoeth ) , 
Johannes Casparus, consistories of 
Minisink, Port Jervis, etc., write 
to classis concerning the validity 
of his ordination, (1743) 2801-3, 
2810; his confession of faith, 
2813, 2838-39; his reordination 



Freyenmoet ( continued ) 

permitted, 2839, 2843, 2847; allu- 
sion, 2855; writes a letter to 
classis, thanks for their advice, 
had been reordained by Domine 
Vas, 2862-64, 2902-3; classis rati- 
fies his reordination, 2909-11; 
writes to classis, with his church 
of Minisink, too far off to attend 
the meetings of coetus, Moravians 
coming in among them, (1747) 
2962-64; allusions, 2966, 3004, 
3007, 3012, 3019-20; installs Aron- 
deus over an anti-Frelinghuysen 
faction at Raritan, 3032; allusions, 
3041, 3057; receives letter from 
classis, 3060; allusions, 3062-63, 
3065, 3008-69; joins the coetus, 
3098, 3132, 3135-36; 3145, 3160- 
61, 3170, 3174-77, 3185-87, 3225, 
3287-89, 3292-94, 3372, 3413, 3420, 
3422, 3404, 3490-91; attends the 
Frelinghuysen convention to form 
a classis, (1755) 3547, 3549, 3551; 
signs Frelinghuysen's commission, 
3552; examines Henricus Freling- 
huysen, 3553; allusions, 3559, 3584, 
3597-98, 3603-4, 3608-10, 3654; 
obliged to leave Minisink on ac- 
count of the public foe, (1756) 
3679, 3691; settles at Livingston 
Manor, Claveraclc and Kinderhook, 
(1758) 3719, 3722; joins the con- 
ferentie, (1760) 3757; allusions, 
361S, 3619, 3630, 3652, 3663, (1763) 
3843, 3848, 3925-27, 3929, 3943; 
letter to classis, (1764) 3949-51, 
3952-59, 3962, 3966-67, 4039-40, 
4041-45, 4068-69, 4076, 4081, 4088, 
4101-2, 4109, 4144, 4154^55, 4165, 
4197, 4243, 4246, 4253; his death, 
(1777) 4332 

Friends, see Quakers 

Friesland (Vriesland), particular 
synod of, 27, 124, 130, 161, 211; 
Classis of, 874, 876; allusions, 
1578, 1580, 1621 

Frisissus, Kev. Dr, 178 

Froeligh (Froligh), Rev. Moses, allu- 
sions, 4248, 4362, 4365, (1800) 
4388 



178 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Froeligh (Frolich, Frelingh), Rev. 
Solomon, allusions, (1772) 4248, 
(1784) 4318, 4331, 4341, 4345, 
4357, 4359, 4365; appointed lector 
in theology, (1792) 4366-67; ap- 
pointed professor in theology, 
(1797) 4376, 4378, 4382, (1800) 
4391; his secession, (1822) 3633 

From, see Vroom 

Fromer, Mr, 3045 

Fromman, Frederick W., 3083 

Frontenac (Frontenaque, De Fronti- 
nac), Louis de Buade, Count of Pa- 
luan and, 1069-70, 1222-23, 1225- 
26, 1229, 1415, 1433 

Fryneau [Freneau] Andre, 2023 

Fuchs, John Christian, 1898 

Fuey, P., 2489 

Fuhring, see Foering 

Fulkins, H., see Filkina 

Fulton street church, see North Dutch 
Church 

Fundamental articles of the coetus, 
(1737, 1747) 2683, 2706-8, 2723, 
3029, 3849, 3851, 3925, 4012, 4029 

Fundamental articles of union, (1771, 
1784) 4321, 4328, 4331-32 

Fundamentals of the faith (religi- 
ous), 2197-2200, 2320-22, 3526 

Funds, the, raised for a college in 
New York to be disposed of only 
by an act of the Assembly, (1753- 
54) 3520, 3612; final disposition of 
these funds, 3682-84 

Funds, to redeem Turkish captives, 
996, 1061-65, 1187; allusion, 1217. 
See also Endowment funds 

Funeral expenses, 2614, 2617 

Funeral palls, 2444 

Funeral sermons, (1619-1771), 4224 

Funerals, 930-31, 1831, 4078-79 

Fur trade of New York, ( 1724) 2233- 
34 

Furman, Nathan, 3173 

Furnace, Sir Henry, 1788 

Futs, Rev. Hugo, 1073 

Gabriel (Gabry) , Timotheus, 368, 390, 
556, 563-64, 593 

Gage, Father Charles, 877, 1413, 1435 

Gage, General Thomas, 4138 



Gaine, Hugh, 3525 ; prints " Common 
Prayer " in Mohawk, 4137-38, 
4173-74 

Gaiwinckel [ GrasAvinckel ? ] , Rev. 
John, 184 

Gale, [South Africa?], 2439, 2642, 
2702, 2792, 2855 

Gale, Mr, 1724, 1832 

Gale, S[amuel], member of The New 
York Assembly, (1770) 4176; sur- 
veyor, (1773) 4262 

Galiaert, John, schoolmaster, 280 

Galiot, 458. See also Ships 

Gallas [Johann Wenzel] Count, Im- 
perial Ambassador in England, 1754 

Galloway, Lord, 1831 

Ganniaton, 926 

Gannisoran, an Indian, 1094 

Gansegat, see Fairfield, N. J. 

Gansevoort (Ganesvoor), Herme, 2193 

Gansevoort, H., 4211-12 

Gansevoort, Leendert, 2671 

Garamantos, 1008 

Garbrandt ( Garrebrantus ) , Frans, 
2376, 2477 

Garden of the Dutch church, 2317 

Garden Street Church (South Dutch), 
New York City, subscriptions 
toward building a new church, 
(1680) 743; yet under considera- 
tion on the arrival of Domine 
Selyns, (1682) 828; Governor Don- 
gan hopes the building of the same 
may be ordered, (1684), 880; peti- 
tion prepared to the city authori- 
ties for a site, (1686), but finally 
not presented, 929; the consistory 
resolves to build, subscriptions to 
be sought, (1687) 950; petition to 
Governor Dongan for a charter, and 
to the city authorities for a site, 
(Apr. 4, 1688) 952-54; consistory 
buys land in Garden street for a 
site, (1692) 1030, 1032, 1037 
(Kings Farm) ; the deacons re- 
quested to furnish money, but with- 
out detriment to the poor, (1692) 
1035 ; final account of the church 
builders, (1695) 1123; receives new 
roof, (1731) 2563; description of, 



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179 



Garden Street Church (continued) 
(1748) 3025. See also Collegiate 
Church, South Dutch Church 

Gardiner, David, 42S6, 4288 

Gardiner, Thomas, 1953, 1992 

Garland, William, 509 

Garrakontie, an Indian, 904 

Garrebrantus, Franz, see Garbrandt, 
Frans 

Garren, Dr, 1855 

Garreson, Arson, 684 

Garretson Rem, 3382 

Garrison, Captain, see Gerritze, Cap- 
tain 

Garritse, Johannes, see Gerritse, Jo- 
hannes 

Garton, Thomas, 684, 992 

Garuyck, Zacharias, 3985 

Gascoyne, Bamber, 3935 

Gasherie, Joseph, 4040 

Gaudineau, Giles, 1133-34, 1322 

Gautz, Helmer, 1306 

Gazettes, 963 

Gebhard (Gebhart), Rev. John G., 
called to German church of New 
York, (1774) 4279-80,. (1784) 
4319, 4335 

Gebman, Frederick, 3162 

Gecru[y]ste Hart, a ship, 576 

Geeftdoop, Rev. Cornells, 222 

Geertruydenburg, 153 

Geesteranus, Rev. Henricus, 33 

Geissel, Paul, 2834 

Gelderland (Guolderland) , Holland, 
875, 4255; classis of, 39, 3667; 
synod of, 27, 123-24, 1.30. 138, 158, 
176, 183, 211, 4004; allusions, 666, 
752, 785 

Geldorpius (Ooldorpius) , Rev. Henry, 
40, 88 

General (civil), assembly of New 
York, constituted, (1683) 864, 867, 
881 ; report on state of the province, 
879; allusions, 89.5-97, 963, (1691) 
979, 1014-1.5, 102.3-27, 10.39, 1048, 
107.3-74, 1096, 1112, 1114, 1124-25, 
11.35, 1176-77, 1178, 1180. 1184, 
1224, 1292, 1298, 1.303. 1313-15, 
1.329-31. 1.3.34, 1345, 1.367 

General assembly (preneral body, gen- 
eral meeting, general synod) of the 



Dutch church, (1771) 4213-14, 
4217-18, 4228, 4251, 4253-54, 4258; 
writes to Classis of Amsterdam, 
(.June 1773) 4263, 4264; again, 
(Oct. 1773) 4267-70; response of 
classis, (Apr. 1774) 4274, 4276- 
78, 4281-82, 4286, (Oct. 1775) 
4289; writes to classis, (1778) 
4301-4, 4306, (1780) 4307-11, 
(Apr. 1784) 4316-20, (Oct. 1784) 
4320-25; become a synod, (1784) 
4321, 4331. See also General con- 
vention, general synod, synod 

General assembly, sec Presbyterian- 
ism 

General body, assembly or synod, 

(1771) 4214, 4253. See also Gen- 
eral assembly 

General coetus, or coetus, proposed, 
(1768) 4125, 4130, 4135; not men- 
tioned in the plan of union, (1771) 
4228 

General condition of the churches in 
New York, (1696) 1171-73 

General conventions of Dutch 
churches, (Oct. 1771) 4209-18, 
4358; adopts a "plan of union," 
4226-28, 4235 ; a second convention, 

(1772) 4242-48, 4264, 4286; a third 
convention, called, (1790) 4356, 
(Oct. 1791) 4358, 4362-63; adopts 
a constitution for the [American] 
Reformed Dutch church, (1792) 
4362-64 

General convention of Episcopal 
churches in Philadelphia, (Sept. 27, 
1785) 4325-27 

Generaliteit (states-general), 567 

General meeting, see General assem- 
bly of the Dutch church 

General synod in Holland, (1619) 
4221, 4223 

General synod, the term loosely used 
for general convention, (1793) 
4.367. Sec also General conventions 

General synod in America, the term 
" synod " assumed by the general 
assembly or body of Dutch 
churclies, (1784) 4278-79; consti- 
tuted by the general convention, 
(Oct. 1792) 4365, 4367; allusions. 



180 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



General synod in America (continued) 
(1794) 4369-70, 4374-75, (1797) 
4376 (1800) 4380; divides the old 
particular synod into two bodies, 
those of New York and Albany, re- 
arranges the classes, sends a pas- 
toral letter to the churches, list of 
churches and ministers, (June 3- 
13, 1800) 4380-91; allusions, 16, 
17. See also Synod or General 
meeting, Church order 

Genseng (ginseng) root, 3400 

Gentleman's Magazine, 4187 

Gentman, Rev. Cornelius, minister at 
Utrecht, Holland, 902 

Geodineau, Dr, 996 

George I, 2145, 2152, 2261-62, 2301, 
4118 

George II, commiasions the bishop of 
London to exercise spiritual juris- 
diction over the Anglican churches 
in the American colonies in Latin 
and English, (1728) 2407-13; con- 
firms charter with amendments of 
the Collegiate Church, (1755) 
3986, 4031; gives charter to Dutch 
church of Schenectady, (1734) 2647 

George III, 3946, 4051-52, 4263 

George, prince of Denmark, 925, 961 

George street. Great, New York City, 
4291 

Georgetown, Ulster county, N. Y., 
2062, 2093, 2109, 2111, 2123 

Georgia, 2673, 2906-7 

Gerder, Robert, 3162 

Gerdes, Professor Daniel, 2935, 4035 

Gere, Christoffer, 996 

Gerisen, Martin, see Gerritse, Marten 

Gerlach, John Christian, 1898 

Gerloffs, Cornells, 557 

German Bible, see Bible 

German churches in the province of 
New York, (Reformed or Lu- 
theran), allusions, 29, (1689) 976, 
see the names of the pastors: 
Haeger, Kern, Kocherthal, Mancius, 
Rosenkrantz, Weiss, Wernich, 
Weyberg; Kocherthal petitions the 
governor for free transportation to 
Europe, to seek help from Queen 
Anne, (1709) 1801-2; similar peti- 



German churches (continued) 

tion from Codweis, 1804-5; Ger- 
mans at Quassaick Creek (New- 
burgh) petition governor for con- 
tinued help, (1714) 2051; Pala- 
tines at Germantown accept of the 
rites of the Anglican church, 
(1715) 2093; review of the German 
settlements, (1720) 2168-72, 

(1752) 3301; allusion, (1783) 
4313 

German coetus, (1761) 3809, 3919- 
20, 4166-69, 4272 

German families, number in province, 
(1718) 2123 

German Flatts (Burnetsfield, Her- 
kimer), 2676, 2722, 2760, 2774-75, 
2779; conference with Indians at, 
4187; Dutch church at, (1800) 
4383, 4389 

German Lutheran church. New York 
City, allusion, (1748) 3026; called 
also Swamp church, northeast cor- 
ner of William and Frankfort 
streets, (1767-1850) 4110-11 

German New Testaments and Psalms, 
for the Palatines, (1709) 1786 

German Reformed Church at Wesel, 
43 

German Reformed church, Albany, 
(1772) 4238, 4369 

German Reformed church. New York 
City, (1748) 3026; more formally 
organized, Rosenkrantz, pastor, 
(1758) 3724; joins the Classis of 
Amsterdam, (Oct. 1763) 3901, 
3913; Kern, pastor, (1764) 3924- 
25, 3929, 3946, 3971; a new build- 
ing, (1765) 3982, 3999-4000, 4037- 
39, 4049; account of rise and prog- 
ress, 4065, 4096, 4114-15, 4154; 
Kern resigns, Foering called, 
(1772) 4239-40, 4242-43, 4246, 
4248; Foering resigns, Gebhard 
called, (1774) 4279; Gross called, 
(1784) 4317; Milledoler called, 
(1795) 4371; Bork called, (1800) 
4392. See also Corwin's Manual of 
the Reformed Church in America, 
p. 1003 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



181 



German Reformed church, Pennsyl- 
vania, freedom of religion, (1GS2) 
SOO; consistories of certain Ger- 
man Reformed churches in Penn- 
sylvania write to the Classis of 
Amsterdam for advice, (July, 
1728) 2425-37; allusions, 2438, 
2440; classis writes to, (Nov. 28, 

1728) 2441-42, 2443; advice of 
classis respecting the ordination of 
John Philip Boehm, (June 20, 

1729) 2468-73; to be ordained by 
the ministers at New York, 2473- 
75; help sent to the German 
churches, 2475; account of the or- 
dination, (Nov. 23, 1729) 2478- 
84, 2484-88; classis urges peace 
among the German churches, (Dec. 
5, 1730) 2523-28; classis thanks 
the Dutch ministers for trouble 
taken, (Dec. 1730) 2528-32; al- 
lusions, 2701, 2705; Boehm signs 
the articles of the coetus, (1738) 
2708; Schlatter about to organize 
a coetus among the Germans, 
(1747) 2960; suggestion of a 
union of the German coetus with 
the Dutch coetus, 2960-61, 2973, 
2981, 2987-88; allusion, 3165; 
suggested union of the Germans 
and Presbyterians, (1751) 3165- 
66; letter from the classis to Rev. 
G. M. Weiss, (Apr. 18, 1752), 
3239; allusion, 3278; letter from 
the German coetus to the Dutch 
coetus, about students, (1752) 
3287, 3301 ; letter from the Classis 
of Amsterdam to the German 
coetus, (Apr. 2, 1753) 3342-44; 
letter from classis to Rev. Michael 
Schlatter, (Apr. 2, 1753) 3344- 
47; suggestion to unite the Ger- 
man coetus and the Dutch coetus 
to found a seminary, (1755) 3602; 
allusion, 4067; views of the Ger- 
man cliurch on American ordina- 
tions, (1767) 4096-98; delibera- 
tions on union with the Dutch 
church, (1769) 4166-67 



Germantown (Kingsbury, Queens- 
bury), N. Y., 1967, 2098, 2116, 
2218, 4008 

Germantown, Pa., Rev. George Weiss, 
pastor, 2484^88, 2834, 2932, 3346, 
3370, 3882, 4189, 4272 

Germany, 1776, 1784, 3584, 3615 

Germersheim (misprinted Termer- 
sheim). Palatinate, 1600-1 

Germonpre, Guillaume, Coelman sus- 
pected of coming out under the 
name of, (1682) 833, 853 

Gerretse, Henry, 4362 

Gerrit, the wheelwright, 419, 420 

Gerritse, Elbert, 1306 

Gerritse, Jan, 702 

Gerritse (Gerritsen), Johannes, 
(1748) 3012, (1755) 3547, 3549, 
3597, (1764) 3925 

Gerritse (Gerisen, Gertsen), Marten, 
770, 857, 859 

Gerritse, Reyer, 2112, 2670 

Gerritse, Samuel, 2782, 3030 

Gerritse, Styntje, 703 

Gerritsen, Hon. Mr at New Amster- 
dam, (1633) 85 

Gerritson, Harmon, 684 

Gerritszen, Reyer, 1306 

Gerritz, Jan, 1306 

Gerritze (Garrison), Captain, 3132, 
3593 

Gerritze, Dirck, 33 

Gerritze ( Gerritsen ) . See also Gar- 
reson, Garretson 

Gerrytsen, Martin, 2154 

Gersdorff, Monsieur de, 2874, 2917 

Gersharte (Gersbarte), Russia, 101 

Gertsen, see Gerritse 

Gertsen, Jacob (Jacop), 796. See 
also Korssen, Nicholas 

Getman, Frederick, 4362 

Geysbertse, Frederick, 557 

Gibbs, Rev. William, Anglican, 
(1759) 3735, 3803 

Gideon, an Indian and an interpreter. 
1319, 1327-29, 2634 

Gideon, Martin, 128 

Giessen, see Van Gicsen 

Gilber, Josiah, (1656) 365 

Gilbert, John, (1699) 1306 



182 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Gilbert, John, (1769), 4163, 4167, 

4180 
Gilbert, Josiah, 4172 
Gilbert, William, 4202, 4382 
Gilded Beaver (Vergulde Bever) , a 

ship, 473, 503 
Gilded Otter, {Gulden Otter), a ship, 

352 
Gilderse, Richard, 933 
Gildersleef, Thomas, 2131 
Gildersleeve (Gildeerslene), Richard, 

sr, 391, 665, 723 
Gildersleeve, Richard, jr, 665 
Giles, Rev. Samuel, Anglican, lost in 

shipwreck, (1766) 4058 
Gillingham, Mr, 1509 
— Richard, 464 
Giraud, Daniel, 1864 
Gisbert, Gerrit, 684 
Gisp, [Holland?] 126 
Gladman, Captain, 2852 
Glasgow University (College), 878, 

1991 
Glebe, at Germantown, N. Y., 2222 
Glen, Abram, 2647, 2649 
Glen, Johannes Sanders, deacon at 

Schenectady, 1310, 1527; elder, 

2046; justice, 1320 
Glen, Major, 3402 

[Glen?], Sander [Leendertse?] skip- 
per, 484, 501 
Glen, Sander Sandersen, 736, 788 
Glenary island, 1991 
Glenn, Jacob, 2608-9 
Glenn, William, 1518 
Globe, a ship, 1712 
Glosson, Stephen, 1588 
Gloucester, N. J., 37 
Gloucester county, N. Y., ( or Vt. ) , 

4184, 4191 
Glover, Samuel, 705 
Godfathers, (1619) 4223; West India 

Company occupies this position to 

a son of Peter Stuyvesant, 244-45 
Godfray, Benjamin, 1322 
Godfrey, Peter, 980 
Godolphin, Dr, 1787 
Godolphin, [Sidney, 1st Earl of], 

member of the Privy Council, 894, 

925 



Godyn, [Samuel?], 51 

Goelet (Goulet, Hoelet), Captain 
Jacobus (P., T.,), (1698) 1261 
1347, 1357, 1366, 1584; makes cer- 
tain statements about Rev. T. J. 
Freylinghuysen, (1721) 2182-84, 
(1725) 2260; allusions, 2101, 2333, 
2378, 2386, 2390, 2414, 2420, 2449, 
2489, 2756 

Goelet, Jacob, (1766) 4075 

Goelet, Mary, 4172 

Goes, Mathys, 2099 

Goethals, Rev. John, 83 

Goetschius (Goetschey), Rev. John 
Henry, seeks ordination from the 
Presbyterian Synod of Philadel- 
phia, ordination deferred, (1737) 
2684-85; church of Goschenhopen, 
Pa., receive him as their minister, 
(1739) 2718, 2741; ordained by 
Dorsius, Frelinghuysen and Ten- 
nent, (1739) 2798-99, 2801, 2837; 
called to the Dutch churches of 
Queens county, L. I., (Oct. 1740) 
2743-45; installed by Freeman, 
2752, 2755; classis complains of 
his installation, (Sept. 9, 1741) 
2766; Goetschius and his consis- 
tories ask the opinion of the neigh- 
boring churches as to the validity 
of his ordination, (Nov. 8, 1742) 
2779-81; action on his case, or- 
dained by Dorsius and Frelinghuy- 
sen, but their autiiority questioned, 
(Dec. 6, 1762) 2782-83; he re- 
fuses to attend a second meeting, 
his reasons, (Feb. 1743) 2783- 
84; indictment against him, sent 
to classis, 2784-85; questions pro- 
posed to him, and his answer, 
2786-87; text of the indictment. 
(Apr. 25, 1743) 2787-88; report 
of committee on his case to the 
original complainants, 2788-89; 
requested to preach only as a can- 
didate and refrain from the ad- 
ministration of the sacraments, his 
answer, 2790-92; classis decides 
his ordination to be null, because 
irregular, disapproves of his 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



183 



Goetscliius (Goetschey) {continued) 
course of conduct, must be reor- 
dained, alleged charges of immor- 
ality, 2823-29; obtains a certifi- 
cate of his church membership, 
2833; allusion to his first arrival, 
2837; report of committee on his 
relation to the churches of Queens 
county, (1743) 2800; three elders 
of Queens county write to the 
classis about the illegality of his 
ordination, (June 22, 1743) 2809, 
2839-42, 3033; promises to sub- 
mit to classis, 2842-43 ; classis an- 
swers letter of the three elders, 
(May 1744) 2844, 2857-59; his 
case referred to a committee, 2859- 
60; classis exhorts to obey the 
regulations of the church, (Nov. 
20, 1744) 2860-61; allusions, 2877, 
2879; the committee ask of him 
an answer to the charges, (Nov. 
25, 1745) 2880-81; testimonials of 
Presbyterian and Congregational 
ministers in his favor, 2882; speci- 
fication of the charges, 2883; tes- 
timony of indiscreet utterances, 
2883-84; his answer to the charges 
against him, (Jan. 10, 1746) 2884- 
93; report of the committee on the 
case to classis, 2894-99, 2900; al- 
lusions, 2901, 2904, 2908; Ritzema 
defends him, 2913-16, 2941, 2979; 
allusion, 2980; report in classis on 
the ca.se, (Jan. 9, 1747) 2939-40, 
2944-46; classis to the churches in 
Queens county, (Jan. 9, 1747) 
2947-48; to Goetschius, 2948-49; 
allusions, 2966-67, 2983, 2989; is 
dismissed from his charges in 
Queens county, and to be consid- 
ered only a candidate, 3002-3; 
further report of committee on his 
case, (Aug. 1748) 2023-24; is 
called to the church of Hacken- 
sack, (1748) 3028; examined and 
ordained, 3028-29, 3031, 3073; al- 
lusions, 3033, 3040-41, 3043, 3048, 
3054; further report of committee 
on the affairs of Kings and Queens 
counties, (Jan. 9, 1749) 3050-52; 
allusions, 3062-63, 3065-67, 3071- 



Goetschius (Goetschey) (continued) 
73, 3076, 3087-89, 3093-94, 3098- 
99, 3109, 3114, 3116-18, 3125, 
3130-34, 3143-45, 3158-60; is 
president of coetus, (1751) 3179; 
allusions, 3185-86, 3190, 3196, 
3210-12, 3222, 3233-34, 3253, 
3264, 3269, 3273, 3287, 3289, 3329- 
31, 3338, 3358, 3373, 3387, 3389, 
3415-16, 3426, 3441-42, 3454-56, 
3490, 3519, 3532-33, 3547-49; 
takes part in the convention to 
form a classis and found an acad- 
emy, (1755) 3552, 3553, 3578, 
3584, 3597-99, 3603, 3606, 3615, 
3617, 3622-23; complained against 
by Van der Linde, for intruding 
on his congregation, and installing 
another consistory, 3627-35, 3643- 
44, 3646, 3652, 3654-56, 3663-64, 
3679-80, 3690-93, 3698, 3702, 3704, 
3723, 3925, 3939, 4086, 4088, 4141, 
4211, 4243-44, 4246-47, 4249, 
4253-54, 4264 

Goetschius, John Mauritius ( M. D. ) , 
already preaching, before ordina- 
tion (1743) 2813, 2840, 2883, 
(1746) 2897; appointed by the 
American Classis to supply 
churches, (1755) 3534; asks to be 
ordained for the ministry by the 
American Classis, 3550; had 
studied medicine in Switzerland, 
studied theology with Theodore 
Frelinghuysen, called to Stone 
Arabia, the classis requested to 
permit his ordination in America, 

(1755) 3553, 3687-88; opposition 
to his preaching and ordination, 

(1756) 3659, 3680; classis refuses 
to allow his ordination in America, 
(Jan. 11, 1757) 3689; church of 
Stone Arabia leaves the Dutch 
church because of this refusal, 
(Oct. 1757) 3708; the American 
Classis licenses him, 3709; called 
to Schoharie, to preach in German 
and Dutch, the American Classis 
ordains him, (Oct. 4, 1757) 3709- 
10, 3714, 3721, 3925, 3960, 4021, 
4085 



184 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Goetschius, Rev. Stephen, 4306, 
(1784) 4318, 4365, (1800) 4388 

Goetwater ( Goedwater, Gutwasser ) , 
Rev. John Ernest, Lutheran, his 
arrival at New Amsterdam, (1657) 
377, 380-81, 386; opposition to his 
settlement, 387-90 ; petition for his 
expulsion, 394, 404, 425-26; peti- 
tions of Lutherans in his behalf, 
commanded to leave the country, 
405-7; his personal appeal to 
Stuyvesant to be allowed to re- 
main, not granted, 407-10, 421; he 
secretes himself, 412, 430, 433, 
444; he determines to persevere, 
preaches, is arrested and expelled, 
(1659) 449, 454, 470; allusion, 640 

Golaert, Symon, his 40 pictures of 
death, 168. See also Bronck 

Golden Mills (Goude Meulen) , a ship, 
389 

Golden Otter (Gulden Otter), a ship, 
352 

Goldorpius, Rev., see Geldorpius, Rev. 
Henry 

Gomez, Isaac, 1866 

Gomez, Lewis, 1168 

Good, Rev. Dr James I, 17, 28, 42, 
2406, 2496, 2519, 3278 

Goodhue, Rev. Francis, (Presby- 
terian ) , accepts a license from 
Cornbury, (1706) 1620 

Goodyear, Edward, 509 

Gookin, Daniel, 1360 

Gootenaar, A., 4168 

Goph, Heer, Dutch ambassador in 
England, (1675), see Van Gogh 
Michiel 

Gorchon, see Gorinchem 

Gorcum (Gorkum), see Gorinchem 

Gordon, Captain, (1712) 1915, 1953 

Gordon, Rev. John, chaplain to 
British troops, (1683) 867, 877, 
881 ; Mrs Gordon gives a legacy to 
the poor of the Dutch church, 
(1685) 909 

Gordon, Maria, 910 

Gordon, Rev. Patrick, Anglican, sent 
to Jamaica, L. I., but soon dies, 
(1702) 1452, 1893 



Gorinchem (Gorchon, Gorcum, Gor- 
kum), Holland, 36, 160, 875, 898, 
900, 1354, 1633; classis of, 202, 
898-99, 910 

Goris (Gors), Rev. Caspar, 2809, 
2828, 2843, 2878 

Gorkum, see Gorinchem 

Gorter, Captain John, 810, 857, 869 

Goschenhoppen, Pa., 2718, 2837, 3239, 
3350 

Goshen, Orange county, N. Y., (1776) 
4295 

" Gospel Mystery," by Marshall, 3905 

Gossnirs, Lawrence, 101 

Gossy, Richard, 509 

Gouda (Goude, Gouw), Holland, 686, 
874, 884-85, 887, 1118, 1120; 
Classis of, 202, 686 

Gouderack, Holland, 884-85, 887, 
906, 1118-22 

Gough, Mr, agent of Governor John 
Lord Lovelace, (1708-9), 1721 

Gould, Major Nathan, gives account 
of recapture of New York by the 
Dutch, (1673) 628, 973 

Gould, Nathaniel, 1788 

Goulet, see Goelet 

Gouneau, Abraham, 2240 

Goupil, Rev. Reng, S. J., 166 

Gouvcrneur, Abraham, 995, 1029, 
1098, 1131; alleged animosity to 
the English government, (1704) 
1567; allusion, 1607; advises 
Domine Beys not to accept of a 
civil license to preach, (1706) 
1616, 1618; allusion, 1621; 
one of the authors of the article 
on the " State of the Church," 
(1706) 1660; gives a legal opinion 
against certain of Cornbury's arbi- 
trary acts, (1707) 1679; signs pro- 
posals of peace of adherents of 
Antonides, (1709) 1723; allusions, 
1798, 1947, 1965, 2377, 2774 

Gouverneur, Isaac, 1965 

Gouverneur, Nicholas, son in law of 
Domine Drisius, (1669) 604-65, 
652 

Gouverneur, Nicholas, (1768) 4135 

Gouw, see Gouda 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



185 



Gouwanes (Gowanus), L. I., 488, 
1064, 1885 

Gouwester, Jacob Pietersen, desires 
to go to the East Indies, (1657) 
370 

Government, form of, for American 
Dutch church, (1771) 4209 

Government of Colonial churches, see 
Church order 

Government of Xew Netherland, re- 
monstrance of the citizens, (1649) 
254-60; report on the remon- 
strance, 266-68, 278-79, 318 

Governor and Council, address to Mr 
Blathwayt on the ending of the 
Leisler usurpation, (Aug. 6, 1691) 
1023; address the king on same 
subject, suggest the union of the 
colonies, 1024-25 

Governors of New Netherland, see 
Directors, Directors general 

Governors of New York, 895 ; for- 
bidden to take presents; £600 
added to their salaries, making 
£1200, (1703) 1521, 1543-44 

Gowan, Mr, 1133 

Gowanus, see Gouwanes 

Gower, B. Levenson, 2874 

Gowersen, Albert A., 684 

Grace Church, New York City, 1437 

Gracherie (Grasherie), Stephen, 
teacher and reader at Kingston, 
N. Y., (1704) 1574 

Graft, Holland, 34 

Graftdyck, Holland, 219, 248, 271-73, 
283, 286-95, 297, 301 

Grafton [Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 
3d], Duke of, member of the Privy 
Council, 4098 

Graham, Andrew, 4172 

Graham, Augustus, 1998 

Graham, Colonel James, signs peti- 
tion for a charter for the city, 
(1683) 871; allusions, 924, (1698) 
1224, 1298, 1315, 1333, 1345, 1427, 
1690, 1909 

Graham, John, 2024-25 

Graham, T. V. W., 4351 

Grain, currency in, 477. Sf^e also 
Currency 



Grammar school, New York City, 
(1702) 1509-11; of Kings College, 
(1763) 3887 

Grand pensionary, (prime minister), 
of Holland, (1713), see Heinsius, 
Anton ie 

Grande Terre, 1583 

Grant, Mr, 3017 

Grant, Mrs [Anne (Mac Vicar)], 
Memoirs of an American Lady, 
3744 

Grant, William, (1732) 4047 

Grasherie, see Gracherie 

Grasmere, Eev. William, asks for help 
in building his church at Graft- 
dyck, Holland, (1647) 219; re- 
quests the Classis of Amsterdam to 
release Megapolensis from his pas- 
torate at Rensselaerwyck, (1649) 
248; deserts his church and is 
placed under censure, intends to go 
to New Netherland to seek a charge, 
the churches there to be warned 
against him, (1650), 271-75, 276- 
77; secures recognition at Rens- 
selaerwyck, (Feb. 1651-Aug. 1651) 
288-97; is excommunicated, 283- 
84, 286-95; returns to Holland, 
(1652) 301-2, 306; makes confes- 
sion and is finally restored to good 
standing, 312-13; settles at Ursem, 
Holland, 723 

Gravamina (grievances, or questions 
to be discussed), 27, 38, 74, 120, 
123, 1682 

Gravensand, L. I., see Gravesend, L. I. 

Graves, 931, 1218, 4079. See also 
Burials, Cemeteries 

Gravesande's, Holland, 70 

Gravesend (Gravezant, Gravensand), 
L. I., an English village when 
Stuyvesant arrived, (1647) 575; 
Indians take refuge in, (1652) 
303; elected Anabaptists for magis- 
trates, (1653) 318; allusion, 334; 
one of the English villages on Long 
Island, (1657) 396; has never had 
a minister, (1657) 411; petitions 
Stuyvesant for a minister, (1660) 
473; some of its people go to 



186 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Gravesend (continued) 

Brooklyn to service, (1660) 488; 
needs a minister, 492; Quakers at, 
497; the British troops land at, 
(1664) 561; its people must swear 
allegiance to the restored Dutch 
government, (1673) 633; its magis- 
trates must support the Reformed 
religion, 637, 1064; contributes to 
Domine Freeman's support, (1706) 
1634, (1712) 1927, 1980, 1995, 
2008; one of the churches of Anto- 
nides and Freeman, (1715) 2084, 
2738, 2782, 2792, 2804, 2824, 3012, 
3032, 3054, 3073, 3126, 3187-89, 
3192, 3414, 3420, 3471, 3547, 3559, 
3587, 3591, 3605-6, 4089, 4211, 
4243, 4246 

Graveyard in Albany, the Dutch 
church asks to control it, (1710) 
1842 

Graveyards in Manhattan, see Burial 
places 

Gray, Abraham, 2329 

Gray, Andrew, 4248, 4353, 4365, 
(1800) 4390 

Gray, Augustus, 1528 

Gray, David, 1528 

Gray, William, 684, 998 

Great Anstach, see Gross Anspaeh 

Great Awakening, (1739-41) 1673, 
2565 

Great Barrington, Mass., 3402, 3502 

Great consistory, meetings of, in New 
York, 760, 1030, 1035, 1201-2, 1206, 
1355-57, 1423, 1460, 1462, 1484, 
1584, 2077-81, 2242-43, 2337-38, 
2340-41, 2358, 2376-78, 2388, 
2449, 2489, 2570, 2573-75, 2577, 
2613, 2681-83, 2746, 2769-70, 
2773, 3123, 3408, 3557, 3760, 3829, 
3831, 4104 

Great Edict Book (Oroot Plakaat 
Boh), a 26, 27 

Great Flatts, (Herkimer), (1784) 
4319 

Great George street. New York City, 
4291 



Great Ingersheim, see Gross Ingers- 

heim 
Great Lakes, 879, 934, 939, 946 
Greaton, Rev. James, Anglican, 3735, 

3746 
Great pensionary [or counselor], 
(1706) 1660; pensionary Buys, 
1682 
Greek letter, sent to Classis of Am- 
sterdam by the bishop of Ephesus, 
(1644) 183-85 
Green, Mr, 1742 
Green, William, 1063, 1340 
Greenbush (Gallatin, Livingston 

Manor), N. Y., 4248 (1784) 4319 
Greenbush (Greynen Bosch, opposite 
Albany), 169, 1123, 4369, 4382, 
(1800) 4389 
Greener, Thomas, M. D., 2445 
Greenland, 1780 
Greenland Company, 93, 95 
Greenwich, Ct., 1612 
Greenwich, England, 1786 
Greenwich Hospital, England, 1741 
Gregory (Gregorie), John, 518-20. 

523 
Grenvall, Thomas, 3804 
Grentz, Thomas, 2140 
Grentzbach, Johann N., 4372 
Grevenraedt (Grevenraat), Isaac, 

308, 461, 557, 563-64, 593, 910 
Grevenraedt, Margaret, daughter of 
Isaac Grevenraedt, married Hon. 
Cornelis Steenwyck (1658), subse- 
quently, married Rev. Henricus 
Selyns (Oct. 20, 1686), see Manor 
of Fordham, Selyns, Steenwyck 
Grey, Lord, 3430 
Greyghton, Johannes, 3681 
Gribius (Grebius), Rev. Petrus, 240, 

516 
Grierson, Rev. [William], Presby- 
terian minister at Amsterdam, 
4145, 4147 
Griese, Cornelis, 3297 
Grievances, see Gravamina 
Griffin, Edward. 413 
Griffin, Robert, 3986 

a Copies in New Yorl? State Library, Sage Library at New Brunswick, and in 
Hope College Library, Holland, Michigan. See Corwin's Manual RCA pa^'e 
14, note 13. ' •> ^ " 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



187 



Grinn, Philip, 3107 

Groede (Groode), province of Zeeland, 
Holland, 907 

Green, Rev. Samuel Coop (Cop, 
Koop) a, 447, 468, 473, 475 

Groenendyk, John, 1326 

Groenendyk, Samuel, 2739 

Groenwegen, Rev., 1183 

Groenwoudt, Rev., 1129-30 

Groesbeck, David, 4362 

Groesbeck, John, 2101, 2700 

Groesbeck, Stevaine, 2052, 2071, 2670 

Groesbeck, William, 1197, 1306, 1308, 
1390 

Gromme, Mauritius, 2552, 2566 

Grommel, Gillis, 687 

Groningen (Groeningen) , 193, 2618; 
Synod of, 27, 74, 131, 211, 4022; 
University of, catalog of,o 28, 
2755, 2765-66, 3713, 3896, 3948, 
4022, 4051, 4356; names of gradu- 
ates who came to America, 4410-11 

Groode, see Groede 

Grooshuysen (Grosthuizen) , Holland, 
723 

Grootebroek, Holland, 723 

Groot Plakaat Boek, see Great Edict 
Book 

Gross, Rev. John Daniel, 4166, 
(1784) 4317, (1795) 4371 

Gross Anspach (Great Anstach), 
Oermany, 1898 

Gross Ingersheim (Great Ingers- 
heim), Germany, 3083-84 

Grotius, Hugo, 72 

Groues, Philipp, 523 

Grover, J., 2227 

Grussold, Christian, 2932 

Gruter, John, 155 

Guelderland, see Gelderland 

Guerin, Jean, 3147-48 

Guernsey, Isle of, 1013 

Guest, Mary, 2021, 2024 

Guiana (Cajana, Guyana), 19, 728, 
731, 834 

Guikens, Mr, 4199 



Guild Hall, London, 1787 

Guilford, Ct., 3514 

Guinea, Africa, 19 [the second 
Guiana on this page should read 
Guinea], 92, 162; Dutch ministers 
in: Michaelius, (L625) 41, 51, 68; 
Bogardus, (1631) 81; Dincklagen, 
James, (1640) 129; Cornelissen, 
Jacob, (1645) 192; Hendricks, 
Meyndert, (1646) 207, 223, 448, 
2357, 3105 

Guion, Isaac, 3810 

Gulick, see Jiilich 

Gull, Joh. Rudress, 1813 

Gun, Jasper, 511 

Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden, 
1783 

Guswasser, Gutwasser, see Goetwater 

Guy Park, 4284 

Guyana, see Guiana 

Guyannus, see Gowanes 

Gysbertsen, Albert, 539 

Gysbertsen, Fredrick, 586 

Gysbertsen. See also Gisbert 

Haagman, see Hageman 

Haaring, see Haering 

Haarlem (Haerlem), Holland, 32, 33, 
83, 341, 591, 675, 764, 766, 798, 875, 
944, 1071, 1578; classis of, 33, 83, 
339, 505, 4188, 4100, ,4207. 

Haasbrook, Jacob, 4074 

Habbema, Rev. G., (1806) 4394 

Habeas corpus, 895, 984 

Hachendorsius, Rev., 109 

Hachtoo (or Ibachtoo), Christian, 
109, 112 

Hackensack (Hacquensacq, Hakkin- 
sak, Akkingsack), N. J., allusions, 
(1688) 956, 970, 976, 1043, 1051, 
1063, 1072, 1107, 1520, 1649, see 
names of pastors: Bertholf; Cur- 
tenius; Erickzon; Froeligh, Solo- 
mon; Goetschius, J. H. ; Romeyn, 
Dirck ; suggested as a proper loca- 
tion for Queens College, (1769) 
. 4141, (1784) 4322; coetus held at 
Hackensack, (1764) 3973; first 



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Hackensack (continued) 

meeting of trustees of Queens Col- 
lege at, (1767) 4085-86; coetus 
held at, (May 1767) 4090; allu- 
sions, 4103, 4211, 4243, 4246, 4254, 
4318, 4331, 4365-66, 4383, 4391 

Hackensack, Particular Assembly ("or 
Classis) of, (1771) 4214, 4253, 
(1778) 4303, 4306-7; assumes the 
name of classis, (1784) 4318, 
(1791) 4362, 4364-65, 4368, 4370; 
is divided into the Classes of Ber- 
gen and Paramus, (1800) 4383-84 

Hadshon, Jan, 4069 

Hadson (Hassingh), Rev. Warnerus, 
sent to South River, (1664), died 
on passage, 549, 553, 555 

Haegar, Rev. John Frederick, is or- 
dained in England to go as pastor 
with the Palatines to New York, 

(1709) 1813; sails with them, 
1816-17; writes to the society of 
the voyage, and of the separation 
of the Lutherans, of his poverty, 

(1710) 1861-63; of the need of 
books of " Common Prayer " in 
German, 1871-72; a schoolhouse 
in preparation, (1711) 1877; is 
learning the Indian tongue, 1896; 
writes to the society of his great 
labors, extreme poverty, (1712) 
1960; becomes chaplain of Palatine 
troops going to Canada, (1712) 
1961-63; continued accounts of his 
labors and sufferings and necessi- 
ties, 2001, 2003-6, 2011, (.1714) 2059- 
63,2074-76, (1715) 2093-94,2097- 
98; preparations for building a 
church, 2102, 2109, 2111-12, (1717) 
2116-18; statistics, 2110; his la- 
bors indorsed, but he is discharged 
from the society, 2185, 2187; his 
death, (1721) 2191; his widow 
married Rev. James Ogilvie, 2221 

Haeghoort ( Hagoord ) , Rev. Gerar- 
dus, received into the classis as 
" commendatus," (1731) 2534 ; 
called to Freehold and MiddletoAvn, 
N. J., examined and ordained, 
(Apr. 2, 1731) 2535-36, 2551; his 



Haeghoort (Hagoord) (continued) 
arrival on his field, gives great sat- 
isfaction, 2554-55; is invited to 
preach in the Collegiate Church of 
New York, (1732) 2570; is called 
by said church to become one of its 
pastors, 2573-75, 2577-79; corre- 
spondence with the classis, (1732) 
2582-83, 2604; allusion, 2675; 
urges the establishment of a coetus, 
(1737) 2679-82; writes to classis 
on the subject, 2685; allusions, 
2687, 2689, 2691-96, 2698; let- 
ters to classis, (Apr. 20, 1738) 
2702-4, 2708-10, 2712-13, 2715- 
16; letter from classis, 2723; 
allusions, 2726-27, 2753, 2755, 
2901; letter to classis, (May 2, 
1746) 2903-6, 2920, 2923; response 
of classis, (Oct. 3, 1746) 2925; al- 
lusions, 2959-61; letter to classis, 
(Aug. 8, 1747) 2965-68; allusions, 
2974-75, 2978, 2980, 2982-83, 2988- 
89, 2996-97, 3001, 3011, 3027-28. 
3052, 3055-56; letter from classis, 
3059, 3068, 3070-71; allusions, 
3087-89, 3091, 3098-99, 3113-14; 
letters from classis, (Oct. 5, 1750) 
3138-40; allusions, 3234-37, 3262, 
3282-83; writes to classis, (May 
1, 1750) 3121-22, (Oct. 11, 1752) 
3301, 3307, (Dec. 6, 1752) 3329-31, 
3336-38; allusions, 3342, 3348, 
3413-17, 3420, 3425, 3427; letters 
to classis, (Jan. 15, 1754) 3466- 
67, 3490-92, (Oct. 12, 1754) 3497- 
98, 3533; attends Frelinghuysen's 
to establish a classis and academy, 
(May 27-30, 1755) 3547-48; and 
the irregularly called coetus, 3548- 
50; allusions, 3562, 3583-84, 3590, 
3598-3600; letter from Rev. Theo- 
dore Frelinghuysen to, 3605; allu- 
sions, 3608-9, 3623-35, 3643, 3645, 
3652-56, 3666, 3668-71, 3675-76, 
3679-80, 3690-92, 3695, 3698, 3721, 
3724, 3753, 3757-58, 3769, 3808, 
3848-49, 4244 

Haering (Haring), Abraham, elder at 
Tappan, 3028, 3236 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



189 



Haering (Haaring, Haring), Elbert, 

2101, 2793, 2834, 3417, 3748 
Haering (Haaring, Haring, Heering), 

John, 3012, 3132, 3174, 3413, 3490, 

3547, 3549 
Haering. See also Hering, Herring 
Haerlem, see Haarlem 
[Haes], Roeloff Jansen, receiver gen- 
eral of New Netherland, (1648) 

244 
Haf, see Hoff 
Hagadorn (Hagatorn), Christoffel, 

2219-20, 2222 
Hagadorn, Dirck, 3012, 3027, 3132 
Hagelis, Rev. John, of Amsterdam, 

2343, 2356-57, 2365, 2369, 2372, 

2393, 2395, 2497-98, 2520, 2545, 

2547, 2581, 2589, 2654 
Hageman, Abraham, 3382 
Hageman, Adriaan, 2329 
Hageman, Andrew, 3382 
Hageman (Haagman), Claes (Claas, 

Claus), 2353, 2355, 2387, 2403 
Hageman, Joseph, 1525 
Hague, The, 70, 81, 639; allusions, 

1730, 1732, 1830, 1838, 1840, 2552 
Hague, The, Classis of, 2553, 2565 
Hague, The, Synod of, (1591) 430- 

31, (1586) 1627-28, 1830, 1838, 

1840 
Hainault, province of Belgium, 36 
Hains, Mr, 590. See also Haynes 
Half -Moon ( Halve-]Maan ) , a ship, 255 
Half-Moon (Waterford), N. Y., (1784) 

4317, 4319, (1800) 4388 
Haliday (Holyday, Haleday), Thomas, 

Anglican missionary at Albany, 

1953, 1991 
Halifax, Charles Lord, 1787 
Halifax, [George Montagu Dunk, 3d 

earl of], 3890 
Halifax, [George Savile, (P.), Mar- 
quis of], 897, 1002. 
Halifax, Nova Scotia, 4249, 4295, 

4297 
Hall, John, 684 

Hall (Hal), Thomas, 259, 557, 586 
Hall, William, 1953 
iialle (Hall), Germany, 1739, 2931 



Halles (Hale, Hales), Robert, 1739, 
1788, 1811, 1817 

Hallett, Joseph, 4046-48 

Hallett, William, 361, 2134, 2138 

Hallett, William, Jr, murdered by 
Indians, 1710 

Ilallin, Frangois, 1322 

Ham, Mr, 3226 

Ham, Conrad W., 4199, 4248, 4275 

Ham, Wendell, 4199 

Hamburg, Germany, 1786, 3713 

Hamel, Dirck Van, secretary of 
Rensselaer swyck, 310 

ITamel, Gerart, merchant at Amster- 
dam, 652 

Hamelwaard [Hamelworden, Han- 
over] 122 

Hamilton, Colonel, 996-97 

Hamilton, [James, 4th] duke of, 1744 

Hamilton, governor of Pennsylvania, 
died, 1527 

Hamilton, Alexander, 490-91 

Hamilton, William, 4047 

Hampden (Hamden), R., 961, 1002 

Hampton, Rev. John, preaches on 
Long Island, persecuted by Corn- 
bury, (1705-6) 878-79, 1669-72 

Hanecopius, Rev. Cornelius, 40 

Hanes, Peter, 3082 

Hanford, Thomas, Earl of, 1787 

Harmens, Myndert, 2149, 2154 

Hanna, Rev. William, first Presby- 
terian pastor at Albany, (1763-65) 
3891, 4090 

Hanover [Ernest Augustus], duke of, 
1782 

Hanover, accession of house of, to 
English throne, 2090-91 

Hanover, Pa., (1800) 4390 

Hans, Black, 368 

Hansen (Hanse), Hendrick, mayor 
and commissioner of Indian affairs, 
1303, 1326, 1358-59, 1377, 1381- 
82, 1392, 1968, 1972, 2047, 2150, 
2172 

Hansen, John, 1526, 1798-99. See 
also Bergen 

Hansen (Hanse), Joris, elder of 
Brooklyn, 1525, 1548, 1608, 1630, 
1885 



190 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Hansen, Rev. Maurice G., translates 

the Klagte, 2244 
Hansen, Michael, 1885-86 
Hansonius, Rev. Anthonius, 34 
Hanssen, see Hansen 
Hantius, Rev. Maurice, 83 
Hanwart, see Hauwert 
Harbendinck, see Harpending 
Harck, William, sheriff at Flushing, 

L. I., (1648) 226, 579 
Harcker, Richard, 497, 499 
Hardenbergh, A., (1755) 3598 
Hardenbergh, Rev. Dr Jacob Rutsen, 
allusion, 3714; ordained, (1758) 
3719-22, 3745; delegated by the 
coetus to Classis of Amsterdam, 
(1763) 3866, 3874; report of classis 
on his request, 3875-77, 3882-86; 
action of the synod on his request, 
3978-82; references to his request 
in letters to America, 3893-97; 
allusions, 3903, 3920, 3925, 3936- 
37, 3948, 3957; writes to classis, 
(Oct. 12, 1764) 3960-63; writes 
to classis as president of the 
coetus, 3963-67, 4274; allusions, 
3971-73, 4086, 4102, 4211, 4212, 
4243, 4246, 4256, 4266, 4306; writes 
to classis, (1783) 4314-15; allu- 
sions, 4318, 4322-23, 4331, 4341, 
4345, 4348; is infirm, 4354 
Hardenbergh, Jacobus, a member of 
the church of Kingston, (1764) 
4034 
Hardenbergh, Johannes, of Kingston, 

4040, 4060, 4085, 4243, 4247 
Hardenbergh, Johannes, of New Paltz, 

3211, 3547, 3549 
Hardenbergh, Johannes Gerardus, 

4074 
Hardenbergius, Everardus, 129 
Hardenbroeck (Hardelbroeek) , Abel, 
takes oath of allegiance to Great 
Britain, (1664), 565, 586 
Hardenbroeck (Hardenbroek, Har- 
denbrook), Captain Abel, (1737) 
2101; deacon, (1741) 2761; over- 
seer of the Manor of Fordham, 
(1743) 2794-95; allusions, 2834, 
2837, 2865, 3013, 3025, 3085; an 



Hardenbroeck (continued) 

elder, (1751) 3167, 3212; resigns 
his over seer ship of the Manor of 
Fordham, (1759) 3747, 3749; op- 
poses the introduction of English 
preaching, (1762) 3819-21, 3826- 
27, 3829, 3841, 3866-67; claims 
a right to vote for members of 
consistory, 3837-38; writes to 
classis in opposition to English 
preaching, (1763) 3880-81, 3892; 
offers unacceptable proposals of 
peace, (1764) 3920; consistory in- 
demnifies certain parties falsely 
arrested through Hardenbroeck 
3968, 3971; sues the consistory for 
alleged manner of election of con- 
sistory, (1765) 3985-88, 4029, 
4052, 4069-73, 4095-96, 4099, 
4103-6, 4305 

Hardenbroeck, Abel, jr, 4305 

Hardenbroeck, Abram, 2700 

Hardenbroeck, Adrian, 2478 

Hardenbroeck, John, (1664) 565 

Hardenbroeck, John, (1719) 2100; an 
elder, (1726) 2344, 2358, 2377, 
2390, 2449, (1729) 2489, 2700 

Hardenbroeck, John S., 3841-42, 
3853, 3881, 3892, 3909, 3912, 4072 

Hardenbrook (Hardenbergh), Johan- 
nes, churchmaster, (1760) 2101, 
3012 

Hardenbrook, William A., 490 

Harderwyck, Holland, 73, 3157, 3159- 
60, 3167-68, 3182-84, 3195, 3197, 
3205, 3238; University of, 3240- 
41; Classis of, 3053, 3144, 3167 

Hardewyck [Harderwyck] and Nether 
Veluwe, Classis of, 582 

Hardy, Sir Charles, governor of New 
York, (1755-57) 3580; address of 
Consistory of Collegiate Church to 
him, 3586; his answer, 3587 

Haring, see Haering 

Haringh (Haring), Rev. (Van Son), 
A., minister at Amsterdam, 2591, 
2675-76 

Harison (Harrisson), Mr, 3505, 3911 

Harison, Richard, 490-91 

Hark, see Harck 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



191 



Harlem, Netherlands, see Haarlem 

Harlem (New Harlem), N. Y., a 
new village, needing a preacher, 
(1660) 492; supplied by ministers 
from New York, (1681) 798; peo- 
ple of, attend service in New 
York, but have their own elders 
and deacons, (1682) 829; allu- 
sions, 852, 936, 945, 1015, 1043, 
1063; indorses the call of New 
York on Verdieren, (1698) 1198- 
99; alleged to be favorable to an 
Anglican church, (1708) 1697; al- 
lusions, 1208, 1231, 1269; an 
Anglican church attempted, under 
Rev. Henry Beys, a suspended 
Dutch minister, (1709) 1743; 
Beys (Boyse) still at Harlem 
(Jan. 1, 1712) 1899, 1921, 1949; 
a library at Harlem, 1899; allu- 
sions, 2688, 2798, 2901, 2905, 2983, 
3085, 3228, 3562, 3582-83, 4089, 
4211, 4243, 4246-48, (1800), 4387 

Harlem kill, 1139 

Harlem river, 1138-39, 3710, 3715 

Harlingen (Millstone, Souvland, 
N. J.), 2532, 2537, 2539, 2542-44, 
2586, 2588, 2596; classis writes to, 
(July 25, 1732) 2599, 2601, 2604, 
2609, 2652-58, 2659-60, 2664-66, 
2678, 3134, 3175-76, 3382-84,3719, 
3827, (1784) 4318, (1800) 4390 

Harm, Abraham, 3071 

Harman, Augustyn, see Herrman, 
Augustine 

Harmensen, Joost, 1053 

Harmensz, Nanning, 1306 

Harmenzen, Johannes, 1306 

Harmenzen, Thomas, 1306 

Harpending (Harpendinck, Herben- 
dinck, Harbending, Harberding), 



Harpending ( continued ) 

John, is assessed for 2000 guilders, 
(1674) 642; resides on High street, 
(1676) 222; a deacon, (1682-84) 
800; allusions to him as deacon, 
837, 842, 951, 998; allusions to 
him as elder, 805, 1193-94, 1197, 
1202, 1212, 1244, 1273, 1277, 1282, 
1325, 1355-57, 1366; other allu- 
sions, 1110; in the division of the 
so-called " Shoemakers' Pasture " 
in 1695, a number of lots fell to 
him, 2222; his will (Feb. 7, 1723), 
his death, (1724-25) 2222; later 
suits respecting his property, 
2223-29; Gerardus Beekman, over- 
seer of his lots, (1734-43) 2641, 
2794; Abel Hardenbrook, overseer, 
(1743-59) 2794; John De Peyster, 
(1759-) 3747; committee ap- 
pointed to report on the leases, 
3747; leases to run for twenty- 
one years, (1760) 3749, 3758; lots 
sold to the Moravians as a site for 
a church, (1760) 3758; allusion. 
4000; consistory resolved to build 
a third church edifice on the Har- 
pending lots, [North Dutch 
Church], (1767) 4093; consistory 
ordered that the " coat of arms " 
of John Harpending, in the South 
Church, should be copied, and hung 
in the North Church, above the 
pulpit, (1769) 4139, 4149; allu- 
sions, in the law of 1753, allowing 
the consistory to sell their Manor 
of Fordham, 3451; Henry Har- 
pending, of Earitan, N. J., having 
inherited £50 from this estate, pe- 
titioned the consistory for help, 
£10 given him, (1769) 4149 ;a al- 



o .Tan HerberflinfT For Harpenflinp:] was an elder In 1604, when Domine Henricus 
Selyns and Margaret his wife (formerly the widow and the executrix of the Hon. 
Cornells Steenwyrk), gave the deed to the church for the Manor of Fnrdham. 
as directed by the last will of Mr Steenwyck. The deed is a duplicate, inserted 
in the church hook, with the signatures of the grantees and witnesses. Im- 
mediately after this deed follows a receipt of the elders, acknowledging said deed. 
Among the signatures is the autograph of .Tan Harherdink, which, on comparison 
with his signature on the duplicate of his will, in the possession of the church. Is 
found to be precisely the same, thus identifying him as the same person. 

In the register of church members the following is found : 

Mavken P.arenke, Januarv 2. lOfil. 

.Tan Ilerberding. April 0. 1004. 

Prom this it appears that Mr Harberdink was settled here prior to the first 
surrender of the colony to the English, and consequently Is one of those to whom 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Harpending ( continued ) 
lusions, 3803, 3806, 3968, 3970, 
4000, 4028, 4080, 4093-94, 4106, 
4149, 4180, 4199 

Harris, George, 4046 

Harris, Rev. Henry, Anglican chap- 
lain at Boston, (1709) 1809-10 

Harris, Richard. 2026 

Harrison, Sir Edmund, 1788 

Harrison, Francis, one of the coun- 
cil, (1720) 2176, 2220, 2240-41, 
2292-93, 2478, 2622 

Harrison (Herrison), Father Henry, 
S. J., 877, 1413, 1435 

Harrison, John, 933 

Harrisson, Mr, see Harison, Mr 

Harsin, Gerrit, (1731) 2101; elder, 
2722 

Hart, Edward, see Heart, Edward 

Harterz, Jolin, 4240 

Hartgers, Pieter, 84, 217 

Hartford (Hertford), Ct., 1635, 3864, 
3910 

Hartong, Heyndricus, 128 

Hartsink, Mr, 2994 

Harvard College, founded in Massa- 
chusetts, (1636) 216, 217; Samuel 
Megapolensis, son of Domine Mega- 
polensis sent to, (1655-58) 434r-35, 
648; allusion to, (1678) 709; 
Domine Selyns sends a catalog a of, 
to Classis of Amsterdam, (1683) 
868; English dissenting ministers 
on Long Island come mostly from, 
(1696) 1172, 1175; allusions, 
(1705) 1611-12; rector Vesey edu- 
cated at, 2016, 3338, 3457, 3515, 
3612; allusions, 882, 1363, 1394 

Harvey, Rev. Thomas, 877 

Hasbrouck, Abraham, 3117-18 

Hasbrouck, A., jr, 4040 



Hasbrouck, Daniel, 3143, 3293 

Hasbrouck, Isaac, jr, 3621 

Hasbrouck, Solomon, 3145 

Hase, P, 1817 

Hasenbrook, Abraham, 3958, 4085 

Hasselt, Holland, see Van der Capel- 

len 
Hassenclever, Peter, 4085 
Hassingh, see Hadson 
Hassorde, Gershom, 464 
Hassorde, Jonathan, 464 
Hassorde, Joshua, 464 
Hassorde, Nathanael, 464 
Hatemisten, see Hattemists 
Hattemists, a religious sect named 

after Pontiaan van Hattem, 2662 
Haunheion, an Indian, 1095 
Haussen, Rev., 3882, 3978 
Hauswick, M. H. W., 3913 
Hauwert ( Hanwart, Houwaert ) , 

Classis of Hoorn, Holland, 34, 83 
Havana, Cuba, 2140 
Haverstraw, N. Y., 1245 
Hawden (Houdin), Michael, 1139, 

1149, 1326 
Hawks (Hawkins), Rev. Dr Francis 

L., 1097, 4186 
Hawles, Sir John, solicitor general, 

1687 
Hawley, Rev. Gideon, account of his 

journey through Albany, Schoharie 

and Delaware counties, N. Y., 

(1753) 3399-3405 
Hawmuller, V. P., 1793 
Hay, Lady, 2024 
Hayman, Nicholas, 2291, 2329 
Haymensen, see Heymansen 
Hayne and Torrecos, 1340 
Haynes (Haines), John, 965, 971, 

973 
Haynes, Joseph, 3508, 3544 



the right was reserved iinder the terms of the surrender, of disposing of his in- 
heritance according to the customs of the Dutch, and so releases his devise from 
the operation of the mortmain statutes of England. 

In Liber A, in the register of marriages, is the following entry : 

Entered, December 8, 16fi7 : married December 25, 1667. Jan Harberdlng, 
single, from Bolchold in Westphalia ; and 

Mayken Barenke, single, from Haerlem. Holland. 
From the Register of Officers, it appears that Jan Harberdinck was chosen 
Deacon in 1682-84 ; 1685-87 ; 1690-92. Elder, in 1693-95 ; 1697-99 ; 1707-9 ; 1712-14. 

a This was recovered in 1841, and sent to New York and given to Harvard 
College. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



193 



Haynes. See also Hains 

Haysberry (Haysburgh, llaysbury), 
Columbia county, N. Y., 2062, 2093, 
2123 

Haysteter, David, 17SS 

Hazard, Jonathan, 934, 1585 

Hazard, Thomas, 2132, 2136 

Hear, Samuel, 2132 

Heart (Hart), Edward, clerk of 
Flushing, 413, 414 

Heathcote (Heathcock), Colonel 
Caleb, starts Anglican services in 
Westchester county, (1692) 830; 
signs petition to purchase ground 
for Trinity Church, (1696) 1134- 
35; one of the original trustees 
of Trinity Church, (1697) 1139, 
1148; his letter concerning the 
calling of rector Vesey, 1175-76; 
signs petition for charter for Trin- 
ity Church, (1697) 1178; signs peti- 
tion for certain redemption money 
to be given to Trinity Church, 1217; 
receives a piece of land from Gov- 
ernor Fletcher, 1245, 1282-83, 
1285, 1296, 1313, 1345, 1437; ad- 
vocates the foimding of a college 
in Xew York, (1703) 1516; writes 
to the S. P. G. of a general de- 
sire for the Anglican church, sug- 
gests quarterly meetings of the 
clergy, (1704) 1560; is a church 
warden of the church of Eye, 
(1705) 1584; writes a lengthy let- 
ter to S. P. G. reviewing the gen- 
eral religious condition of the 
country, (1705) 1609-15; Corn- 
bury finds fault with grants of 
land made to Heathcote, (1707) 
1686; allusion to his negroes, 
(1708) 1695; writes to the S. P. 
G. concerning the conforming of 
the French church of New 
RocheUe, (1709) 1750-51; allu- 
sion, (1710) 1848; writes to S. 
P. G. concerning the difficulties 
in the church of Jamaica, (1712) 
1899, 1902-3, 1905-6; allusions. 



Heathcote (Heathcock) {continued) 
1962-63, 2005; writes to bishop of 
Bristol commending Mr Vesey, 
(1716) 2105; allusion, 2143, 2176, 
2193, 3452 

Heathcote, Gilbert, 1170 

Heavy money (or the coin of Hol- 
land), see Currency 

Hector, a ship, 2000 

Hedge (Hedges), Sir Charles, 1340, 
1593, 1606, 1787 

Hedges, Stephen, 927 

Heemstede, Holland, 40 

Heemstreet, Taekel D, 1306 

Heengs (or Streengs), William, 157 

Heerde, Holland, 3160 

Heer-Hugowaard, near Alkmaar, 
Holland, 297 

Heering, Cornelius Abraham, of Tap- 
pan, 3926 

Heering, Jan, see Haering, John 

Heerman, William, 3985 

Heermans, Jacob, 4040 

Heermans, Augustine, see Herrman, 
Augustine 

Heflford, Nathaniel, 413 

Hegeman, Mr, of Surinam, 3045 

Hegeman, Abraham, 1624, 1990 

Hegeman, (Heggeman, Hageman), 
Adrian, 416, 527, 531, 620-21, 
1990, 2780-81 

Hegeman, Andrew, 2740 

Hegeman, Benjamin, 1624, 1885-86 

Hegeman, Hanse, 1990 

Hegeman, Isaac, 1198, 1990 

Hegeman, Jan, 3336 

Hegeman, Joseph, elder in Kings 
county, adherent of Antonides, 998, 
1539, 1548, 1608, 1630, 1645, 1662, 
1713, 1723, 1797-98, 1806, 1847, 
1854, 1947 

Hegeman, Xys, 3618 

Hegeman, Petrus, 3306 

Hegerman, Christopher, 4118 

Heidegger, Rev., minister at Arch- 
angel, Russia, (1731) 2537 

Heidelberg, Germany, 1602-6, 1676, 
1782, 1784, 1793, 1829 



194 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Heidelberg catechism, adopted as a 
standard of the Netherlands 
church, 26; preaching its system 
of doctrine, (1619) 4224; trans- 
lated into the Tapuya dialect of 
Brazil, 42; ministers and com- 
forters of the sick going to the 
colonies, must subscribe, 80, 93; 
Domine Gualterus DuBois prepares 
a compendium of, (1706) 1653, 
1700; allusions to, 2180, 2269, 
2469, 2481; translated by De 
Ronde, 3904-6, 3915, 3918-19; 
translated by Laidlie, 3921, 3924; 
published, 4010, 4076; allusion, 
4146 

Heidelberg (Heydelberg) consistory, 
26^0; licenses Wernig, (1744) 
2856, 3245, 3254, 3265, 3929-40, 
4020, 4038 

Heidelberg University, (1705) 1605; 
gives ordination certificate to Rev. 
George Weiss, (1728) 2406 

Hein, Admiral Piet, captures Bahia, 
(1624) 41, 68 

Ileinriken, Christian, 2144 

Heins, [Nicolaas Heinsius], resident 
of the Netherlands at Stockholm, 
567 

Heinsius, Antonie, pensionary, 1102, 
1845, 1857, 1974, 2029 

Heirmans, Hermanus, 2854 

Helderberg, N. Y., 4382, (1800) 
4389 

Helffenstein, Rev. A., writes to Rev. 
C. F. Foering, (Oct. 1773) 4271-72 

Hellenbroek catechism to be trans- 
lated, (1765) 3999, 4007, 4010 

Hellius, Rev. Arnoldus, 975, 977 

Helmer, Gottfried, 3162 

Helmer, Johann Leonhardt, 3162 

Helmer, Leonhardt, 3162 



Helms, Johan, 153 

Hem, Holland, 28; pastors: Vo- 
melius, Sybrand, (1573-80) 35; 
Michaelius, Jonas, (1614-24) 28, 
68; Wesselius, George, (1625) 40; 
Van Nieuwenhuysen, Wilhelmus, 
(16'—) 35; Varick, Rudolphus, 
(1679-86) 724, 914; Megapolensis, 
Samuel, (1700-6?) 35 

Hemmelingh (Bermelingh), Lauren- 
tius, 591-93 

Hemp seed, 1744 

Hempstead," (Hemstede, Success), 
L. I., Rev. Richard Denton settles 
at, (1644) 187, (1647) 575; West 
India Company sends a bell to 
church of, (1656) 363, 373; Stuy- 
vesant writes to the magistrates 
of, about Denton's remaining, and 
the collection of the tithes, (1657) 
391; allusion, 396; Drisius sent to 
baptize the children at, (1661), 
496; petition in reference to minis- 
ter's salary, (1662) 523; convention 
meets at, for framing the " Duke's 
Laws," (1605) 568, 570-73, 1592; 
Richard Charlton, teacher at, 

(1672) 623; people of, swear allegi- 
ance to restored Dutch government, 

(1673) 633; petitions Governor An- 
dros for a minister, (Nov. 30, 
1674), 665; Rev. Jeremiah Hobart, 
pastor, (1682) 844, 848,o 929, 933, 
1021-22, 1043, 3817, 3823-24, 3844- 
45 

The people said to be awaiting 
the arrival of Rev. John Thomas, 
[Anglican], (1704) 1553; Quakers 
in the parish, (1705) 1610; allu- 
sions, 1874, 1893, 1896, 1921, 2131- 
32,6 3817; Governor Dongan resid- 
ing at, (1689) 996, 3388, 4290 



a The pastors of the Presbyterian church at Hempstead, L. I., were, Rev. Richard 
Denton, 1644-59 ; Rev. Jonah Fordham, 1659-80 ; Rev. Jeremiah Hobart, 
1682-92; supplies, 1692 — ; Rev. Benjamin Woolsey, 1736-56; supplied by Revs. 
Keteltas, Davenport and Hart, 1772-1805. 

b Rectors of the Anglican church at Hempstead : Rev. William Vesey, 1693-95 
(p. 1175) ; Rev. John Thomas, 1704-24; Rev. Robert .Tenney, 1726-42; charter given 
to the church, 1725 ; Rev. Samuel Seabury, 1742-64 ; Rev. Leonard Cutting, 
1766-84; Rev. Thomas L. Moore, 1785-99; Rev. John Hobart. (May-Sept. 1800). 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



195 



Henderson, Rev. Jacob, ordained by 
bishop of London (1710), settled 
at Dover Hundred, Pa. (1710-11), 
supplied Burlington, X. J., settled 
at New Castle, Dela-ware, (1712- 
13), resigned, 1991, his account of 
the state of the Anglican church 
in New York and New Jersey, 
(1712) 1950^51; criticism of his 
account, 1951-53; allusions, 1S96, 
1907-8, 1910-12, 1914-15, 1970, 
1991-92; dies (1751) 1991 

( Henry ) , Hendrick, a Mohawk In- 
dian, 1224, 1241, 1283, 1285, 1318- 
19, 1326-30, 1377-78, 1382 

Hendrick, an Indian prince who vis- 
ited England, (1710) 1867-68; wel- 
comes Rev. William Andrews as 
missionary to the Mohawks, (1712) 
1969, 1994 

Hendricks, Peter, 3982 

Hendrickse, Jacob, of Flatbush, 
(1711) 1885 

Hendrickse, Rev. Meyndert, at 
Guinea, (1646) 207 

Hendricksen (Hendricks, Hendrycks), 
Hans, a Lutheran of Albany, 
(1673) 636, 660; deceased, (1720) 
2149, 2153 

Hendricksen, Hendrick, deacon of 
Queens county, (1746), 2887 

Hendricksen, Isaac, of Queens 
county, (1746) 2887 

Hendricksen (Hendericksen), Jan, 
member of consistory of church of 
Kingston, (1677) 697-98 

Hendrickszen, Egbert, deacon at 
Kingston, (1698) 1200 

Hendricus, Rev. Gerardus, minister at 
Amsterdam, (1674) 668 

Hendricus, Jacob Cohin, a Jew at 
New Amsterdam, (1657) 375 

Hendricus. fiee also Heyndricasen 

Hendrik ( Henderickx ) , Roelof, 697- 
98 

Hendriks, David, 1032 

Hendriks, Rev. Hendrik, minister at 
St Croix, W. L, 2778 

Hendriks, Laurens, of Kingston, 4033 



Hendriksen, Jan, elder of Raritan, 
(1725) 2328 

Heniske, Christian, see Hincke, Chris- 
tian 

Henop, Rev., 4166 

Henricides, Rev. William, at Waver- 
veen, Holland, 83 

Henschel (Hentzel, Herschel), adju- 
tant to the governor of Surinam, 
3096-97, 3104, 3147 

Hepburn ( Eburne, Haburne ) , Rev. 
Samuel, (Anglican), first serving 
on the Island of Jamaica before 
1682, came to New York, (1682) 
829; on Long Island, for about 
twenty years, (1683-1703) 829-30; 
officiates at Brookhaven, L. I., 829, 
912; petitions the governor (Don- 
gan) to compel the citizens of 
Brookhaven to pay him his salary, 
£60, (1686) 932; yet on Long 
Island, (1688) 956; [at the Isle of 
Shoals, 1699-1703, see Digest of 
Soc. for Prop. Gospel, 42, 853], 
sent to Kingston, N. Y. by Governor 
Cornbury when Nucella left the 
Dutch church there, (1704-6) 830, 
1554, 1617; the people of Kingston 
ordered to pay him a salary, 1576, 
1617 [Erratum: "the English 
preacher (Gracherie) ," should 
read, "the English preacher (Hep- 
burn) " on page 1617] 

Herbach, Wetterhan, deacon of Ger- 
man Reformed church. New York, 
(1772), 4242 

Herbarium, to be sent to Rector Cur- 
tius at New Netherland, 474 

Herber Frigate, a ship, 1801 

Herbert [of Cherburg, Henry], Lord, 
member of the Board of Trade, 
1688, 1703, 1707 

Herbert, Mr, 3388 

Herborn, Germany, 155 

Here, Edward, constable of Madnan's 
Neck, L. I., 844 

Here (Alhier), meaning of this word 
in the baptismal formula, 429, 431, 
440, 475-77, 485-86, 492, 504-5. 



196 



THE UNTVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Hereford, Dr Bisse, bishop of, see 
Bisse 

Heresy (Heretical), 414, 415 

Bering, E., 3123 

Hering, Peter, ISOl 

Hering. See also Haering 

Herkimer, X. Y., 1245, 3245, 3266, 
4383, (ISOO) 4389. See also Flatts, 
Great Flatts 

Herman, Ephraim, 633, 661, 734 

Hermamiius, Rev. Henricus, of Gron- 
ingen, arrived in Brazil, (1646) 
212 

Hermanren, [Rev. ?] John, of Tiel, 
Holland, to be sounded as to his 
going to Rensselaerswyck, 227 

Hermans, Augustine, see Herrman, 
Augustine 

Hermans, Jacob, 3217 

Herrickson, Henrick, 684 

Herring, Colonel Abram, 2S72, 4085. 

See also Haering, Abraham 

Herring, [Thomas], archbishop of 
Canterbury, 3484, 3504, 3728 

Herrman (Heermans, Harman, Her- 
mans), Augustine, 259; sent as am- 
bassador to Maryland, 453, 876 

Herrnhut, Saxony, Germany, 2847 

Herrnhuters (Moravians), 2714-15, 
2717, 2743, 2755-56, 279S, 2803, 
2847, 2964, 3060, 3124, 3168, 3184, 
3291 

Herschel, see Henschel 

Hertford, see Hartford 

Hertford jurisdiction, 629 

Hertogenbos[ch], "s, see Bois-le-Duc 

Hertogh, Rev., 850 

Hess, Henry, 2513 

Hesse-Cassel, Landgrave of, 1821 

Hesse-Hanau, 3687 

Het, Ren6, elder of French church at 
New York, 2240 

Heukelom (Heuclem), Holland, Dom- 
ine Dellius called to, (16S4) SSO, 
886, 893. 898, 899; accepts the call, 
(1685) 900, 902^, 913-14; leaves 
Albany, 910, 922, 936, 945; is in- 
duced to return, 947, 1306. See 
also Dellius 

Heusden, Holland, 73 



Hewring, Rev., 128 

Hewson, Daniel, 4118 

Heydamus (Heydanas), Rev. J., 351, 

375 
Heyer, John Henry, licensed to 

preach, (1761) 3810-11 
Heyer, Walter F., 4198, 4254 
Heyer, William, 4185, 4187 
Heyles, T., 1793 
Heymansen ( Haymensen ) , Albert, 

member of the consistory at Wilt- 

\vyck, 538-39 
Heyn, see Hein 
Heyndricasen, John, 128 
Heyndricasen, Stephen, 128 
Heyt, Nicholas, 2328 
Heythuisen, Mr, 1421 
Hicks, Colonel, 2131 
Hicks, John, 523, 600. See also Hix, 

Mr 
Hicks, Whitehead, 4046-48, 4295 
Higby, Samuel, 1585 
High Germans in the Palatinate, 

(1705) 1603 
High schools, 4166-67 
High treason, 1031, 1042, 1050, 1441 
Hill, Abraham, 1285, 1426 
Hillegond, 703 
Hillibrand, B., 684 
Hillibrand, Peter 684 
Hilliken (Hilletie), Indian interpre- 
tress, 1020, 1326-29 
Hillman, Heinrich, 3982, 3999 
Hillsborough, Lord, 3935, 3942, 4181, 

4186 
Hillsborough, see Millstone, N. J. 
Hinch, commissary, of Ireland, 1728- 

29, 1837 
Hinchman, Thomas, (1761) 3806 
Hincke (Heniske), Christian, 2122, 

2124 
Hincksman, Mr, (1771) 4231 
Hind, Rev. Dr, 4300 
Hind, John Hendrick, 1728, 1836 
Hindustan, 19 
Hinke, Rev. Dr William H., 28, 1600, 

1752, 1774, 1S72, 1886, 1960 
Hinse (Hince), Jacob de, 512 
Historical documents, worth of, 5, 6 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



197 



Historical Society of New York, see 
New York Historical Society 

Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 
1693 

Hitchcock (Hitskok), John, 2139, 
3869 

Hix, Mr, 995. See also Hicks, John 

Hize, Abram, 3382 

Hjort, Rev. Peter, (Lutheran), 395 

Hoare, Henry, 1740-42, 1788 

Hobart, Rev. Mr, of New England, 
his addresses to the " Episcopal 
Separation " in New England, that 
the act for the union of England 
and Scotland, establishing Episco- 
pacy in England, and Presbyterian- 
ism in Scotland does not establish 
the Church of England in the Col- 
onies, 3429-31; allusions, 3728, 
3734, 3746 

Hobart (Hobbart, Hubbard), Rev. 
Jeremiah, supplies Madnan's Neck, 
L. I., (1678-82) 844; confirmed as 
Anglican minister at Hempstead, 
L. I., (1683) 848; complains of 
lack of salary, (1686) 929; again 
complains ( 1691) , payment ordered, 
1021-22, 1043 

Hobart (Hobbart, Hubbard), Rev. 
John, (Presbyterian), Combury 
orders him to vacate the parsonage 
at Jamaica, (1704) 1570, 1893-94; 
dispute with Rev. Bartow, (Angli- 
can) , about use of church, forbidden 
by Cornbury to preach in said 
church again, (1707) 1690, 1711, 
1893-95; allusions, 1921, 2114 

Hobart (Hubbart), Josiah, 927 

Hobart, Dorothy, 1043 

Hobbinger, Professor, 2812 

Hobocan-Hackingh, 361 

Hoboken, N. J., 360-61 

Hoboocken (Hoboken), Belgium, 360 

Hochrentiner ( Hoogritiner ) , Rev. 
[John Jacob?!, 2991 

Hochstrasser, Paul, 4369 

Hodges, W., 1340 

Hodshon, Mr, 2828, 4161 

Hoedemaker (Hoedtmaker), Rev. 
2972, 3345 



Hoes, Rev. Roswell Randall, discov- 
ers additional material in the 
Ecclesiastical Archives at Amster- 
dam, relating to America, 23 

Hoevenagel, Petrus, 2475 

Hoevenbergh, see Van Hoevenbergh 

Hoflf (Haf), Lawrence, 3093, 3100 

Hoflf, Peter, 2274, 2328 

Hoffman, Deacon, 4260 

Hoffman, Anthony, 2811, 4033 

Hoffman, Colonel Matthew, 4085 

Hoffman, Michael, 3999, 4101 

Hofgoed, ( Hoffgoed ) , John ( Lod- 
wick), Lodewyck, 2930-31, 3082- 
84 

Hofman, Martin, see Hoofman, 
Martin 

Hofman, Captain Nicholas, 2143 

Hofman (Hoffman), Zacharias, 2380- 
81, 3046 

Hofstede, Rev. [Petrus], publisHed 
Oost-Indische Kerk-Zaken {" East 
India Church Cases"), 48, 908, 
2966 

Hof-Van Cleef, a ship, 303 

Hogan, William, 1639, 1972 

Hogeboom (Hogenboom), Jeremiah, 
3217 

Hogelandt (Hooglant), Elbert, 2887, 
3099, 3133, 3306, 3456, 3475, 3538, 
3573 

Hogelandt, William, 2887 

Hogerwaarts, Rev. W., at Batavia, 
E. I., 69 

Hoit, see Hoyt 

Holbom, England, 1817 

Holland, Mr, one of the committee to 
procure plans for St George's 
chapel. New York, 3017 

Holland, Edward, mayor of Albany, 
(1736) 2670-71, 2927, 2956, 3478, 
3480, 3515, 3.544-45 

Holland, her persecuted flee to Wesel, 
43 ; her charity in inviting the 
persecuted of other lands to come 
to her, 1776-77 

Holland and West Friesland, states 
of, 36, 38, 1776, 1830, 2962 

Hollebeck, Hoseas, 1578 

Hollebeck, Rev. Jonas, 1898, 1955 



198 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKE 



HoUebeck, Rev. P., 2847, 2851, 2894, 

29O0 
Hollis, Mr, his school, 3401 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 2047 
Holmes, Sir Robert, 666 
Hoist (Hulst), Aaltje, 3529, 3703 
Holstein (Holsteyn), 1691, 1705-6 
Holt, John, 4076 
Holt, [Sir John], lord chief justice, 

1787 
Holy Roman Empire, three forms of 
religion tolerated therein, (1705) 
1600-1 
Holy Spirit (Ghost), procession of, 
3916, 3919, 3923, 3967, 3972, 4005, 
4052 
Homma, Rev. Laurentius, 708 
Hommius, Rev. Festus, secretary of 

Synod of Dort, (1619) 4226 
Homoet, Rev. Barnardus, 850, 886, 

888, 902, 1702, 1720 
Honan, Dan, 1573 
Hondecoutre (Hondecoutel) , Daniel, 

642, 687 
Hondiiis, Rev. Louis, 40 
Honert, see Van den Honert 
Honest (man) Dutchmen, 1401, 1406, 

1419-20 
Honeyman, A. V. D., 573 
Honeyman, Rev. James, pastor of 
Anglican church, Jamaica, L. I., 
(1704) 1558 
Hon[e]ypot, a farm in the manor of 

Fordham, 2121 
Honontonchionni, an Indian word, 

1093 
Honorarium, 1983, 4027, 4323, 4348 
Honvinck (Honwenk), Barak, 3916- 

18 
Hoofman, Martin (1671) 622 
Hooft [Pieter Corneliszoon], Dutch 

poet, 70 
Hoogeland, Christoflfel, takes oath of 
allegiance to Great Britain, 
(1664) 565; subscribes twelve 
beavers toward salary of minister, 
(1666) 586; allusion, 594; prop- 
erty assessed at 5000 guilders, 
(1674) 642 



Hoogeland ( Hoglan ) , Christopher, 
(1753) 3382, 3618, 4357, 4362 

Hoogeland ( Hoogland ) , Cornells, 
3012, 3099, 3133, 3306, 3547, 3549 

Hoogeland, Harmon, of Kings county, 
L. I., (1711) 1885-86 

Hoogeland, Hermanus, of Kings 
county, L. I., (1743) 2804^5, 3080, 
3331, 3437 

Hoogeland, Johannes, 3331 

Hooges, John, see DeHooges 

Hoogland, Cornelis, 4243, 4247 

Hoogteiling, John, 3985 

Hoogteling, Henry, 3200 

Hoogteling, Philip, 2376 

Hoogteyling, Teunis, 4033 

Hoogteyling, Wilhelmus, 4033 

Hook, Secretary, 1740 

Hooman, John F., 34 

Hoorn, Holland, 34 36-38, 68, 69, 
914, 2346; church of, 304-5; classis 
of, 34, 35, 38, 40, 83, 304-5, 312, 
313, 339, 723, 747, 818, 823, (1680) 
747, 823, 4188, 4190; synod of, 
174 

Hoornbech, Jacob, writes on " The 
Care of the Churches in the East 
and West Indies," 69 

Hoornbeek, Dirck, elder of Rochester, 
4074 

Hoornbeek (Hoornbeeck, Hornbeek), 
Jacob, elder of Marbletown and 
Rochester, 3012, 3547, 3549, 3621, 
4074-75 

Hoornbeek, Lodewyk, member of the 
Consistory of Marbletown, Roches- 
ter and Wawarsing, 3621 

Hoornbeek, see also Van Hoornbeek 

Hoornberg, Gillis, see Van Hoorn- 
beeck, Gillis 

Hoornberg,o Tobias, 848-49 

Hope College, Holland, Michigan, 28 

Hopewell, N. J., an Anglican church, 
supplied by Rev. Thoroughgood 
Moore, (1704) 1556 
Hopewell, N. Y., calls Rev. Rysdyck, 
(1765) 3949-50, 3972, 3983-84, 
3989, 4008, 4248, (1784) 4318, 
4383, 4388 



a Probably a mistake for Hoornbecq, or Hoornbeeck. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECOKDS 



199 



Hopewell, a ship, 906, 909, 1731, 1840 

Hopkins [on], Francis, offers to ver- 
sify the Psalms in English, (1764) 
3922, 3931 

Hopper (Hoppe), Garret, 3617, 3635, 
3693 

Hoppe [r], Eeinier, chorister, 4265 

Hopper, William, 3099 

Horley, see Hurley, N. Y. 

Hormius (Wormius?), Rev. N., re- 
quests to go as minister to New 
Xetherland, (1751) 3157 

Hornish, Thomas, of Newtown, L. I., 
369 

Horse and Cart Lane, (1776) 4290 

Horseneck, see Fairfield 

Horsmanden, Daniel, 2622, 2847, 
2851-52, 2861, 2908, 2927, 2997, 
3017, 3515 

Horton, Richard, 365 

Horton (Horten), William, 498 

Hospital, 257, 266 

Houdin, Rev. Michael, (1761) 3810. 
See also Howden 

Houdius, Ger. P., 2548, 2576 

Hourglass, needed at New Amstel, 
(1658) 421 

Housatonic (Houssautunnuk), In- 
dians, 3405 

House of Commons, extracts from the 
journal of, about the Palatines, 
(1709-11) 1724-41, 1754 

Houseman, Andrew, 2101 

Housen, Joris, 1120 

Housewirk, Michael, 3982 

Housewith, Michael, 3999 

Houthoff, Rev. Cornelis, 2420, 2424, 
2440, 2442, 2448, 2537, 2557, 2700, 
2849, 2911, 2926, 2942-43, 2946, 
2948-49, 2957, 2986, 2991, 3023; 
(Aoulhoff), 3216 

Houts, John, a tanner of New York, 
(1765) 3999 

Houttuyn, De, a ship, 153 

Houwaert, see Hauvvert 

Howard, Sir Robert, 961, 1002 

Howard, Thomas, 1588 

Howden (Houdin), Michael, 1181. 
See also Hawden 

Howe, Mr, 1420 



Howe, [Sir William], General, 

(1776) 4291, 4295, 4297-99 
Howell, Robert, 3806 
Hoyt (Hoit), Samuel, 932-33 
Hubbard, Benjamin, 413, 499 
Hubbard, James, 601 
Hubbard (Hubbart). See also Ho- 

bart 
Ilubbert, Jacobus, 4364 
Huberstse, John, 1849 
Hubert, Rev. Herman, minister at 

Amsterdam, 4289 
Hubertse, Aulkey, 1849, 1850 
Huchiens, John, 3806 
Hulbertsen, Lambertsen, 684 
Hudde (Hude), Andries, gives a 

mortgage to Domine Bogardus, 

118; allusion, 458; death, (1663) 

536 
Iluddlestone, Thomas, teacher of 

Trinity Church parish school, 

(1722) 2191; his death, 2561, 2591 
Iluddlestone, William, 1149, 1181, 

1312, 1326 
Huddy, Hugh, 1953 
Hudson, Henry, 1591 
Hudson river, 559, 629, 879, 1139-40, 

1245, 1314, 1591; the Palatines to 

be settled on, 1796, 1812, 3107 
Hugens, Jacob, 557 
Hugo Waard, see Heer-Hugowaard 
Huguenots, emigrate to South River, 

(1656) 354; Stuyvesant directed 

to make preparations to receive, 

(1663) 530 
Huige, Mr, 1897 
Ilulse, Simon, sent as siecken-troos- 

ter to the W^est Indies, (1G40) 

128 
Hulter, Alexander, 557 
Humiliation, day of, (Sept. 8, 

1668) 594-95, (1673) 637 
Humphreys, Rev. [David], 2562 
Hun, Abraham, 4369 
Hun, Thomas, 4351 
Hungarians, 3993 

Hungary, church of, oppressed, 1581 
Hunt, Aaron, 3942, 4046 
Hunt, John, 2130, 2132, 2134, 2138 
Hunt, Theophilus, 3941-42, 4046 



200 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Hunte, Thomas, 500, 1139, 1262 
Hiinter, Robert, governor of New 
York, Presbyterians relieved of 
their oppressions, (1710) 1672; 
memorial of Hunter, about 
settling 3000 Palatines in New 
York, (Nov. 30, 1709) 1693; ex- 
pense of sending Palatines to Ire- 
land, and to New York with Gov- 
ernor Hunter, (1709) 1732, 1840; 
his letter to the Lords of Trade 
respecting the conditions necessary 
for transporting 3000 Palatines, 
(May 30, 1709) 1744; terms of 
agreement with the Palatines, 
(Dec. 22, 1709) 1814-16; arrival 
of Grovernor Hunter and some of 
the Palatines, (June 13, 1710) 
1855; other ships bring more of 
the Palatines, 470 died on passage, 
(July 24, 1710) 1861; gives 
license to build a church at New 
Rochelle, (Aug. 1710) 1864; Rabbi 
De Lucena petitions to be excused 
from all civil functions, (Sept. 13, 
1710) 1865; allows both Antonides 
and Freeman to preach in the 
churches of Kings county, (1710) 
1866; the Indians inform the gov- 
ernor that they desire mission- 
aries, (1710) 1867; inducts Rev. 
Christopher Bridge into the church 
of Rye, (1710) 1870; makes con- 
tract with Robert Livingston to 
feed the Palatines, (Nov. 13, 
1710) 1872-73; Antonides to be 
protected in the exercise of his 
ministerial functions, (Nov. 27, 

1710) 1873-74; proposes a bill 
for naturalizing foreign Protes- 
tants, (Apr. 11, 1711) 1878; the 
churches of Antonides petition the 
governor for a charter, (Aug. 1, 

1711) 1885-86; caveat against 
such charter, (Sept. 13, 1711) 
1886; committee recommends that 
the charter be given, 1887; the 
church of New Rochelle petitions 
for a charter, (Nov. 11, 1711) 
1891; the governor builds two 



Hunter, Robert, governor (continued) 
forts in the Indian country with 
a chapel in each, (1711) 1891; 
does not favor Rev. Poyer's peti- 
tion for arbitrary action, but 
refers the business to the courts, 
(1711) 1895, 1899; writes to Rev. 
Poyer concerning conditions at 
Jamaica, offer to pay expenses of 
a suit to recover parsonage, 
Poyer's answer, fears to begin a 
suit, (Jan. 1712) 1900-3; allu- 
sions, 1905-6, 1909-12; urges the 
importance of a bishop for New 
York, (1712) 1917; misrepresenta- 
tions, and his defense, writes to 
the society in England, about their 
missionaries, 1912-15; writes to 
the bishop of London, 1917-19; 
his address to the Anglican clergy, 
1919-20; their answer, 1920-21, 
1963-65; address of the grand 
jury of Suffolk county to Governor 
Hunter, (1712) 1928-29; is 
charged with opposition to the 
Anglican church by Rev. Jacob 
Henderson, (1712) 1950; census of 
New York, 1954; writes to the 
Lords of Trade respecting the sup- 
port of the Palatines, their work, 
complains of the poor support the 
Assembly gives to the government, 

(1712) 1965-67; Missionary An- 
drews has gone to reside among the 
Mohawks, 1970; the governor has 
tried to unite the factions in the 
Dutch churches on Long Island, 

(1713) 1979; receives supplemen- 
tary instructions to allow Angli- 
can churches and ministers to ap- 
peal their cases without respect 
to the amounts involved, (1713) 
1990; writes to the Lords of 
Trade respecting certain aspersions 
made by Rev. Jacob Henderson, 
complains also of the conduct of 
his counselors, (1713) 1992; dis- 
solves the Assembly on account of 
their alleged rash conduct, has in- 
volved himself in supporting the 



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201 



Hunter, Kobert, Governor (continued) 
Palatines, small success of Mis- 
sionary Andrews among the Mo- 
hawks, (1713) 1993-94; action of 
the Lords of Trade on the inde- 
pendent assumptions of the As- 
sembly, 1997-98; alleged neglect of 
recording birtlis, baptisms and 
burials, 1998 ;o the governor com- 
plains that the newly elected As- 
sembly is of the same type as the 
one recently dissolved, 2000; al- 
lusions, 2005, 2006; Rev. Poyer 
complains to the governor that 
the vestry refused to receive him 
into their counsels, but admitted 
Rev. McNish, a dissenter, 2012, 
2019; address of Governor 
Hunter's friends to the bishop of 
London making many charges 
against Rev. Mr Vesey, (1714) 
2014-19 ;& issues a proplamation, 
oflFering a reward for the culprits 
who desecrated Trinity Church, 
(1714) 2027-28; Queen Anne di- 
rects the governor to stop the trial 
against Trinity Church, 2041-42; 
the vestry at Jamaica act inde- 
pendently of the governor's orders, 
and of the Anglican interpretation 
of the ministry act, 2043-44; 
continued friction between Gov- 
ernor Hunter and the Assembly, 
(June 1715) 2050-51; Governor 
Hunter predicts that Mr Vesey'a 
visit to England will prove a 
failure, the king directs the gov- 
ernor to secure the back payments 
of Vesey's salary, 2053 ; conference 
between the governor and the In- 
dians, (Sept. 1714) 2070, 2096; 
the governor gives permission to 
Rev. Thomas Barclay, of Albany, 
to build an Anglican church there, 
(Oct. 7, 1714) 2070-71, (1715) 
2087, 2091-92; new commission 
and instructions to Governor 
Hunter from George I (Mar. 17, 



Hunter, Robert, Governor (continued) 
1715) 2087; the governor writes 
to the Lords of Trade against the 
making of Rev. Vesey the commis- 
sary of the bishop of London, 
(Aug. 13, 1715) 2096; action of 
the grand jury relative to Mr 
Vesey, death of Dr Samuel Staats, 
one of the Council, (1715) 2097, 
2106; petition to erect an Angli- 
can church at Kingsbury (German- 
town), N. Y., for the Palatines, 

(1715) 2098; the governor's rep- 
resentation of scarcity of land, 

(1716) 2106; relations of Revs. 
Vesey and Talbot to the governor. 
Governor Hunter reports to the 
Lords of Trade that the city vestry 
refuses to pay Mr Vesey's salary 
while absent in England, (Apr. 
30, 1716) 2107-8; the governor 
thanks the Lords of Trade for se- 
curing the appointment of David 
Jamison to the Council, his ex- 
cellent character and abilities, 
(Oct. 2, 1716) 2110-11; certain 
citizens of Jamaica petition the 
governor against certain justices 
of the peace, (May 14, 1719) 2129- 
35; reply of the justices, 2136-38; 
allusions, 2140, 2145-46, 2168-73, 
2177, 2301; inducts Rev. Thomas 
Standard into the church of Rye, 
(1727) 2391; allusions, 2549, 2552, 
3172, 4118 

Hunterdon county, N. J., 4213 

Huntersfield, N. Y., 3400 

Huntington, [Theophilus Hastings, 
7th] earl of, 894, 897 

Huntington, L. I., petitions the re- 
stored Dutch government for free- 
dom of religion, (1673) 629; pe- 
titions against Quaker disturb- 
ances, (1676) 691-92; allowed to 
collect minister's salary by town 
rates, (1678) 708; the minister 
of (Rev. Eliphalet Jones), repri- 
manded for refusing to baptize 



a The Dutch churches kept very complete records of these things. 
b There are not a few errors of dates In this address. 



202 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Huntington, L. I. (continued) 

children, (1682) 812-14, 848; new 
Anglican mission needed, (1759) 
3735 

Huppelen, Franciscus Henitsen, sent 
as krankenbesoeker to Brazil, 
(1646) 212 

Hurley, John Lord Lovelace, baron 
of, 1713-14 

Hurley (Horley), N. Y., desires a 
minister, (1673) 634; petition re- 
peated, (1677) 697-98, 728, 765, 
2572, 2602 

Hurmius, Rev., 222 

Huron Indians, 321 

Hushane, Captain, 3050 

Huson, Mr, one of the conspirators 
at the burning of the fort, (1741) 
2758, 2763-64 

Hutchins, John, alderman, 1326; 
indicted for alleged high crimes 
and misdemeanors, ( 1703) 1529 ; 
in prison, under sentence of death, 
(1702) 1497-98, 1591; judgment 
nullified by Queen Anne, 1529; 
act of Assembly declaring the il- 
legality of all the proceedings 
against him, (1703) 1529, 1591, 
1596, 1599; allusions, 1543, 1563 

Hutchinson, Daniel, 2588-89 

Huybertsen, Thys, 825 

Huyck (Huyghens), Jan, 43; one of 
the original elders of the church 
of Manhattan, 44, 53, 54; tablet 
to his memory, 48, 53, 54 

Huyghens [Constantyn], the poet, 
70 

Huys [Jacob Jansen], skipper, 458 

Huysduynen, Holland, 83 

Huyssum, Holland, 40 

Hyblom, Rev. P., 1184 

Hyman (Kors), Nicholas, 2211 

Hymns, singing of, (1617) 4224, 
(1790) 4356 

Hyndshaw, James, 3598 

Hypodidasciilum, ( schoolmaster) , 
Jan de la Montagne, appointed 
as, 307 



Ibachtoo (Hachtoo), Rev. Christian, 
minister in the West Indies, 109 

Illegitimate children, conditions of 
their baptism, 1689, 2405, 2626, 
2628 

Imburg, see Van Imburg 

Immorality, act for suppressing, 
(1708) 1710 

Imports, (1702) 1591 

Impressment, the Dutch not to be 
impressed against any nation, 
(1664) 558, 564; not to be im- 
pressed, especially against their 
own countrymen, (1674) 662,670- 
72, 677 

Imprisonments, illegal, 1014-15, 
1049-50, 1066-67, 1397 

Incest, alleged, 1691 

Incorporation, bill for incorporating 
all protestant churches north of 
Westchester, rejected by governor 
and Council, (1769) 4149-50. See 
also Church charters 

Incorporation of churches, see Church 
charters, (1775) 4287; act to en- 
able all religious bodies to appoint 
trustees, (Apr. 6, 1784) 4316; in- 
corporation of the Lutheran 
church of Albany, (Aug. 26,1784) 
4320-21, (1785) 4331; allusion, 
4333; consistorial trusteeship in 
Dutch churches, (1786) 4.338-42; 
laws of incorporation, 4339, 4341, 
(1787) 4343, 4345; corporate title 
of the church of Poughkeepsie, 
(1789) 43.52. (1801) 4392; 
amendment, (1819) 4392 

Indemnities for those innocently in- 
volved in the church litigation, 
(1764) 3968, 3971 

Independence, civil, of the Dutch 
church, (1664) 558, 1658-59; ec- 
clesiastical, 2755, (1771) 3993, 
4014, 4031, (1784) 4321-25 

Independence of the United States, 
(1784) 4.320, 4333 

Independency, 187. 2504, 2696; de- 
clining, (1744) 2856, 3427, 3483 



a On November 3 6, 1674 Andros declared that his proclamation of November 9 
was " to be understood with due regard to the articles of peace in every par- 
ticular." 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



203 



Independent preachers, (17-41) 2752 
Independent Retlector, The, a paper 
published by Hon. William Living- 
ston, (1753) 1711, 3333, 3339, 
3341, 3357, 3362, 3365, 3388, 3432; 
a complete copy in Sage Library, 
New Brunswick, N. J., 3456-57, 
3612, 3613, 3728, 3734, 3746 
Independent Whig, The, 3388 
Independents, opposition to, (1653) 
320-21, 348; allusions to, 335, 396- 
98, 433, 470, 709, 779; allusions, 
908, 956, 970, 1299, 1463; many 
in Connecticut, (1705) 1611, 1612, 
1893-96; on Long Island, 1589; 
oppose the Anglican church in 
Westchester, 1587-88; New York 
divided among English, Dutch and 
French; Anglican churches outside 
New York City can only exist by 
support of S. "p. G., (1714) 2015; 
a few Independents brought into 
the Anglican church, 2073; at Ja- 
maica, the town vestry chooses 
non- Anglican ministers, (1716) 
2114, 2212-13; the French church 
of New York City claims to be 
independent, (1725) 2294-95; in 
Pennsylvania, 2429, 2547, 2564, 
2572, 2587; ordain John Van 
Driessen, at New Haven for the 
ministry of the Dutch church, 
(1732) 2602, 2605; considered ir- 
regular, 2610-11, 2756; continue 
opposition t-o the Anglican church 
at Jamaica, (1734) 2645; their 
influence, (1758) 3717, 3936, 3965, 
3993, 4006, 4009, 4142, 4160, 4181 
In de Voor, Daniel, 2329 
India, 1047, 4207 

Indian Bible, 1007, 1089-90. 1231, 
1233, 1278, 1287, 1294, 1332. See 
also Eliot, Eev. John 



Indian children, duty of instructing, 

60 
Indian converts, 57, 398-99, 1010, 

1896, 2548-53 
Indian language in Manhattan, 

(1628) 58, 59 
Indian massacres, at New Amster- 
dam, (1655) 395-96; at Kingston, 
(1663) 534-35, 545-46, 560; at 
Schenectady, 1039, 1065-66 
Indian Post, (1680) 758-59 
Indian prayer book, (1763) 3902 
Indians, hope for conversion of, 150 
1. Eoman Catholic missions to, 
early efforts of Jesuit mission- 
aries from Canada in central 
New York, (1642-43) 166-68; 
Father Jogues, his labors and 
sufferings, his escape, assistance 
given him by Domine ISIegapo- 
lensis, his reception by Director 
Kieft, free passage to France, 
hia return and death, (1642- 
46) 166-67, 214, 215, 436-37; 
labors and sufferings of Father 
Bressani, his rescue by the 
Dutch, and safe conduct to Eu- 
rope, gratitude of the Jesuit 
missionaries to the Dutch, 
(1643) 168, 437, 941; Father 
Le Moyne, a missionary among, 
pays his respects to the Dutch 
at Beverwyck, (1655) 340; visits 
New Amsterdam, calls upon 
Domine Megapolensis, tells of 
the discovery of the salt springs 
in central New York, had lived 
twenty years (1638-58) among 
the Indians, his letter to Domine 
Megapolensis urging him to re- 
turn to the Romish church, re- 
ply of Megapolensis in 1658,1321, 
404, 427, 434, 438-9; allusions. 



a A copy of this lettf>r of Dominp Mofrapolpnsia was spnt to thp Clfissia of 
Amsterdam and was secnrod by Mr Rrodhead in 1842. It consists of nine very 
closplv writtpn pages in Latin. "in thp peculiar rhlroernphy of the tlnios. Tt was 
deciphered and translated bv Dr Louis Eevier of RutRPrs College, in 1007. and 
published in parallel columns, Latin and Dutch, by the ColleRlate Chnrrh. mnking 
twentv-two pages. Only one hundred copies were issued. Tt was not published 
in the Eeplesinstlcal ReVords bpcause of Its polemlf-al chararter. The orlq-innl is 
now in the archives of General Synod in the Sage Library at New Brunswick, 
New .Jersey. 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Indians, hope for (continued) 

(1686) 879, 904, 917-19, 921, 
923, 926, 928, 934, 938-42, 945- 
46, 954, 994, 1003-4, 1007, 1010- 
11, 1018, 1024, 1038, 1039, 1043, 
1054-55, 1065-66, 1087-88, 1133, 
1166, 1170-72, 1174, 1182, 1188, 
1224-26, 1229, 1231, 1288, 1289, 
1294, 1307, 1309, 1311, 1317, 
1321-25, 1346, 1350-51, 1358- 
64, 1368-69, 1373-75, 1390, 1392, 
1394, 1400, 1422, 1426, 1440-41 
2 Protestant missions to, evil 
character of the Indians, diffi- 
culty of converting them, their 
language, duty of instructing 
the children, (1628) 56-61; they 
come not easily to the knowl- 
edge of God, (1641) 142, 150, 
326-27; their religious ideas, 
(1649) 255-60; plans should be 
devised to reach them, (1637) 
112; Kief t's Indian war, allu- 
sions to, (1649) 256, 258; tract 
of Domine Megapolensis on the 
Mohawk Indians, (1644) 187, 
254-55; complaints that the 
West India Company has made 
no eflForts to convert the In- 
dians, 266-67; Indians in Cu- 
ragoa to be instructed, must only 
be baptized on confession of 
faith, children of heathen must 
not be baptized, (1661) 507-8; 
Indians of New Jersey must be 
treated with all kindness, they 
may be won to the Gospel, 
(1665) 570; Rev. Thomas 
James, of East Hampton, pre- 
pares a catechism for the Mon- 
tauk Indians which is heartily 
indorsed by Governor Francis 
Lovelace, (1668) 598-600; Dom- 
ine Dellius an earnest laborer 
among the Indians, (1690) 1007, 
1010-11, 1018; translated the 
decalogue, the confession of 
faith, and some psalms, into Mo- 
hawk, 1087, 1103; the Lords of 
Trade give him £60 a year for 



Indians, hope for {continued) 

teaching them, 1054, 1065-66; 
Jesuit missionaries thank him 
for mitigating their sufferings, 
1067-70, 1094-95; Dellius em- 
ployed in making treaties with 
the Indians, 1166, 1169, 1174; 
his work among them prosper- 
ing, (1697) 1187, 2047; Domine 
Tesschenmacher also an in- 
structor of the Indians, 1003; 
Domine Selyns sends two copies 
of Eliot's Indian Bible to the 
Classis of Amsterdam, (1689, 
1698), see Eliot, 1089-90, 1278; 
Messrs Brook and Nicolls sug- 
gest that some hardy youth of 
good intellect be sent to re- 
side among the Indians to 
learn their language, also that 
some Anglican clergy be encour- 
aged to dwell among them to 
seek their conversion to Protes- 
tant Christianity, (1696) 1133; 
the Lords of Trade urge that 
efforts be made for their con- 
version, and that the New Eng- 
land Society for the Propagating 
of the Faith be urged to under- 
take this work in New York, 

(1696) 1174; the Onondaga In- 
dians request that Protestant 
missionaries be sent to them, 

(1697) 1181-82, (1698) 1229, 
(1700) 1361-62, 1364, 1373-76; 
list of the preachers to the In- 
dians in New England, (1700) 
1360-61; a week's conference of 
Bellomont with the Indians at 
Albany, promises to send Protes- 
tant missionaries among them, 
they must resist the influence of 
the Jesuits and arrest them, the 
governor appoints Domine Free- 
man of Schenectady and Lydius 
of Albany to be their teachers, 
(1700) 1376-84, 1390; bishop of 
London commends the work of 
Domine Dellius among the In- 
dians, (1700) 1426, 1466; the 



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205 



Indians, hope for (continued) 

Lords of Trade urge the arch- 
bishop of Canterbury to raise a 
fund for the maintenance of min- 
isters among the Indians, (1700) 
1426, 1443; Robert Livingston 
urges the importance of sending 
Protestant missionaries among 
the Indians, every fort should 
have a chaplain, (1701) 1466; 
report of Messrs Bleeker and 
Schuyler in reference to the 
necessity of Protestant mission- 
aries among the Indians, (1701) 
1466-68; formation of the 
Anglican Society for Propaga- 
tion of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts, including missionary work 
among the Indians, (June 16, 
1701) 1468; Anderson's account 
of Indian missions in New York, 
1701-9) 1443; Council of Trade 
heartily indorses the suggestion 
that ministers should live among 
the Indians, (Oct. 4, 1700) 1390; 
Bellomont urges the plan, the 
ministers should have a salary 
of £150 sterling, forts should be 
built, with chapels in them, 
the archbishop of Canterbury 
and the bishop of London were 
enlisted in the enterprise, £70 
sterling were asked for, to be 
divided between the Dutch min- 
isters. Freeman and Lydius, 
(Oct. 17, 1700) 1392, 1394, 1440- 
41; £500 sent to Bellomont 
wherewith to build a fort and 
chapel in the Mohawk country, 
but his death delayed this work, 
and the money seems unac- 
counted for, 2104; Combury's 
propositions to the Five Nations, 
allusions to Freeman and Lydius 
as missionaries, Indian feuds 
had been healed, the governor 
will send to England for min- 
isters to teach them, (1702) 
1495-96, 1498; Livingston re- 
ports that six missionaries are 



Indians, hope for (continued) 

needed, his proposals partly ac- 
cepted, the Lords of Trade urge 
the immediate appointment of 
two missionaries to dwell among 
them, many Indians seduced 
away by the French priests and 
more may follow, the S. P. G. 
has now two men ready to go, 
£100 sterling to be allowed to 
each of them, must also have 
houses built for them and serv- 
ants, an appeal to be made to 
the crown for help, (1703) 1514, 
1520, 1532, 1549; Domine Lydius 
appeals for the payment of his 
salary for instructing the In- 
dians, £60, (Dee. 30, 1703) 1549- 
50; Messrs Thoroughgood Moore 
and Smith, missionaries to the 
Mohawks, the Queen allows £20 
to all ministers going to the 
plantations, for the purchase of 
utensils, four more missionaries 
needed, sketch of Rev. Moore, 
(1704) 1549-50, 1554-56, 1613; 
Domine Freeman, the means of 
the conversion of several In- 
dians, acquired great fluency in 
the Indian tongue, translated a 
large part of the English Liturgy 
and portions of the Bible, ( 1700- 
1705) 1867; Freeman's letter to 
the commissioner at Albany of 
Indian affairs, (Nov. 2, 1704) 
1583; certain Indian slaves in 
New York City are taught by 
Elias Neau (1706) 1609; mis- 
sions to the Five Nations 
thought (by Colonel Heathcote) 
to be too heavy a task for the 
S. P. G., expenses should be paid 
by the crown, the missionaries 
should be hardy men, able to 
live with and like the Indians, 
Scotchmen the best, (1705) 
1613; an act passed to encour- 
age the baptism of negro and 
Indian slaves, (Oct. 1706) 1673; 
Rev. Mr Muirson, of Rye, N. Y., 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Indians, hope for (continued) 

directed to bring to churcli 
the negroes and Indians in his 
parisli, (1708) 1695 j Domine 
Lydius dies in 1709, about 30 
Indians eoinniunicants of Dutch 
church of Albany, the Five Na- 
tious again request Governor 
Hunter to send missionaries to 
them, to build them forts, and 
that Domine Freeman of Long 
Island should be sent back to 
them, (1710) 1867-68; Domine 
Haegar, of Germantown, had 
baptized an Indian, (1711) 1896; 
and had prepared a small Indian 
vocabulary, (1712) 1962; Rev. 
Williams Andrews arrives as a 
missionary to the Mohawks, car- 
ries a letter to them from the 
archbishop of Canterbury, tells 
them that he was sent by the 
great queen of England to teach 
them Christianity for the good 
of their souls' salvation, is joy- 
fully received with promises of 
protection and encouragement, 
(Nov. 14, 1712) 1968-69, 1972- 
73, 1994; Dellius petitions the 
Council for payment for a year's 
service to the Indians, which 
was left unpaid when he left the 
country in 1699, the Council al- 
lowed him half the amount 
asked for, (1714) 2047; confer- 
ence between Governor Hunter 
and the Indians, he alludes to 
the fort and chapel which they 
now possess, and missionaries to 
instruct them, the Indians reply 
that they are ashamed to go to 
church in bear skins, while the 
Christians have such fine clothes, 
(Sept. 20, 1714) 2070; the 
Lords of Trade represent the 
matter to the bishop of London, 
of having the proper kind of 
men as missionaries to the In- 
dians, (1715) 2096, 2104; the 
S. P. G. petitions the king to 
allow a salary of £230 to be 



Indians, hope for (continued) 

paid to the Indian interpreter 
and schoolmaster, (heretofore 
paid by the Society), (1716) 
2106, 2108, 2115-16; conference 
between Colonel Schuyler and the 
River Indians (Mohegans), In- 
dians complain of their poverty, 
have no presents to oH'er, the 
presents received last year, worn 
out, are naked, were here tirst, 
wish to renew their covenant 
with the English, sorry they 
can't imderstand the minister, 
desire to be Christians and leave 
their heathenish habits, (1720) 
2172; Domine Peter Van Dries- 
sen of Albany petitions the gov- 
ernor, has been requested by the 
Mohawks to continue the in- 
structions of Domines Dellius 
and Lydius, he has done this 
now for three years, (1719-22) 
Rev. William Andrews's labors 
ceased, (1712-19); has paid tlie 
interpreter himself, asks the gov- 
ernor's assistance, he is author- 
ized to build a church for the 
Mohawks in Albany county, 

(1722) 2191-92; allusions, 

(1723) 2214, 2234; affairs of, 
2361; labors of Dutch ministers 
among, (1731) 2548-53, 2576, 
2595-96; account of the Indians 
by Rev. George Weiss, with pic- 
tures, (1741) 2760-61, 2778-79; 
Moravian missions among, 
(1740-1808) 2746; attempt to 

break up their mission, (1744) 
2861-62; 2865, 2906-8; confer- 
ence of Indians with Governor 
Clinton, (1746) 2921-22; Arch- 
bishop Seeker's remarks on im- 
portance of Indian missions, 
(1758) 3716. 3834; missionaries 
needed, (1763) 3901, 3909-10, 
3912; collections for, (1763) 
3911, (1765), 3999, 4110; appeal 
for a missionary, (1770) 4187- 
88; complain of a missionary, 
(1775) 4284 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



207 



Infant baptism, 285, 496, 572, 654, 

667-68, 709 
Infidelity, 3910, 3917, 4058 
Ingersheim, Germany, 2930 
Ingles, Thomas, (1720) 2173-75, 

(1766) 4047 
Inglis, Rev. Charles, answers Wil- 
liam Livingston's pamphlet, (1767) 
4084, 4231, 4297; gives account of 
condition of New York, (1776) 
4292-4300; continues to read 
prayers for the king, 4297; allows 
the Dutch loyalists to use St 
George's chapel, (1779) 4305 
Ingoldsby, Richard, lieutenant-gov- 
ernor of New York, his adminis- 
tration, (July 1691-Aug. 1692), 
1012-17, 1023-40; Leisler at first 
refuses to surrender the fort to 
Mm, surrenders it after arrival of 
Governor Sloughter, becomes act- 
ing governor upon deatli of Slough- 
ter, address of Ingoldsby and the 
Council to the King, (1691) 1023- 
27; orders fast days, account of 
proceedings for the recovery of the 
fort, 1028-29, 1030-31, orders a 
day of thanksgiving for success of 
the king's arms, (Mar. 1692) 
1033; a bill prepared for the bet- 
ter observance of the Sabbath and 
for a minister in every town, 
(Aug. 23, 1692) 1039; orders a 
day of thanksgiving for the King's 
victories, (Aug. 24, 1692) 1040; 
arrival of Governor Fletcher, 
(Sept. 1692) 1041, 1093, 1170, 
1252, 1254; his second administra- 
tion, (May 1709-Apr. 1710) 1735- 
1845; various dealings with the 
Palatines {see Palatines) to se- 
cure the priests in central New 
York, 1738; Domine Antonides re- 
fuses to accept his decision in his 
dispute with Domine Freeman, 
1808-9; Domines DuBois and An- 
tonides refuse to ordain Van Vleck 
as chaplain for Dutch troops going 
to Canada, 1760-1; the governor 



Ingoldsby, Richard (continued) 
opposes the appropriation of quit- 
rents to Trinity Church, 1768-69, 
1946-47 

Inheritances, the Dutch to enjoy 
their own laws regarding, (1664) 
558 (1674) 662 

Ink powder, sent to Stuj^esant, 441; 
to Father Milet, (1690) 994, 1415 

Innes, Rev. Alexander, chaplain to 
British troops, (1686) 915, 880; 
allusions, 877, 915, 971-73, 980, 
986, 1507-8, 1921, 1991 

Innes, John, 3806 

Inscriptions, over portal of " Church 
in the fort," (1642) 165-66, 257; 
over portal of Trinity Church, 
(1697) 1218 

Installations, (1619) 4219 

Instructions, ecclesiastical, (1636) 
90-106; to candidates, 90; to 
chaplains on ships of war, (1636) 
94, 99, 103-4, (1650) 282; to com- 
forters of the sick, 89, 90, 96, 97; 
to ministers, 89, 90; to ministers, 
with an ambassador or resident, 
99 ; to ministers stationed at 
Moscow and Archangel, 100-3; to 
readers, 281; to ministers on men- 
of-war, 105; to ministers going 
to Smyrna, 106; to schoolmasters, 
90, 97-99 

Instrumental music, in Trinity 
Church, (1703) 1519-20 

Insula Longa, see Long Island 

Inventory of the records of the 
Classis of Amsterdam, (1578-1816) 
21, 4395-4405. See also Catalog 
of 

Investments, (1715) 2100 

Ireland, great persecutions of the Re- 
formed, exiles from, Classis of 
Amsterdam raises nearly $10,000 
for their relief, (1643-48) 30, 
170, 174, 177-182; allusions, 878, 
962, 964, 972, 979, 1001-2, 1028, 
1033, 1111, 1136, 1169; Palatine 
refugees sent to, (1709-11) 1728, 
1732, 1754; 500 Palatine families 



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THE UNIVEE8ITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Ireland {continued) 

to be sent to, 1793-94, 1826, 1829, 
1831; Palatines going and return- 
ing, 1833, 1836-40, 3430 

Irhovev, Professor, see Van Irhoven, 
Professor Willem 

Irlen, Rev. Johannes Jacobus, 3809 

Iroquois, the, 560, 905, 917, 923, 939, 
940, 945, 1069, 1093-94, 1096, 1379, 
2234, 2884. See also Indians 

Isaac, an Indian, (1762) 3840 

Isaac, an Indian interpreter for the 
Moravians, 2852 

Isaacqs, Arent, 556 

Isaacqs, Dionys, 556 

Isaacs, Samuel, 4179 

Isaacsen, Abraham, 128 

Isendyke, Holland, 4100 

Islip, L. I., Anglican church at, 
(1776) 4290 

Israel, Captain, 1052 

Itamarca (Tamarica), Brazil, 42, 330 

Jackson, Colonel, 2131 

Jackson, John, 1846, 2134-35 

Jackson, Rev. John F., 4248, 4364, 
(1800) 4387 

Jackson, Robert, 464, 523 

Jackson, Samuel Macauley, Rev. Dr, 
16 

Jackson, Thomas, 4046-48 

Jackson, Captain William, 879, 996, 
1092, 1112; allows Rev. Francis 
Makemie, a Presbyterian, to 
preach in his house, without 
Cornbury's permission, (1706) 
1669, 1671, 1672 

Jackson (Jakson), Rev. William, al- 
lusion to, (1753) 3385; is called 
to the churches of Bergen and 
Staten Island, 3416-17; the classis 
informed of the call, 3435; allu- 
sion, 3467 ; studies at one of the 
universities in Holland, (1754) 
3470, 3472 ; allusion, 3500 ; his pre- 
paratory examination not sus- 
tained, (1755) 3555-56; allusion, 
3660; again preparatorily exam- 
ined, (1757) 3686, 3694; is finally 



Jackson (Jakson), Rev. William 
( continued ) 

examined and ordained, (1757) 
3707, 3850, 3862; writes to classis, 
and reply, (1763) 3868-69; allu- 
sions, 3875, 3919, 3922, 3925, 3937, 
3990, 4086, 4211, 4243, 4246, 
(1784) 4319 

Jacob, an Indian, 1377 

Jacob, Cornelis, 37 

Jacobi, Rev. Abraham, 83 

Jacobi, John Christian, 1691 

Jacobites, 1290, 1330, 1334, 1352, 
1406, 1418 

Jacobs, Gertie, 423 

Jacobs, Kaspar, 2149, 2154 

Jacobs, Thomas, captain, 2140 

Jacobse, Pieter, schepen of New 
Orange (New York), (1673) 631; 
alderman, (1680) 743 

Jacobse, Reyer, 788 

Jacobsen, Hendrick, 2974 

Jacobsen, Joris, 366 

Jacobsen, Karsten, 474 

Jacobsen, Teunis, 684 

Jacobsz, Herbert, 1306, 1371, 1390 

Jacobussen, Hendrick, 3011 

Jacobz, William, 1306 

Jacomin, an Indian, 2634 

Jacquet (Jacques), Jean Paul, 275, 
396, 824 

Jagertje, see Saugerties 

Jagger, John, 705 

Jaitz(?), Rev. Bernardus, 34 

Jakson, see Jackson 

Jamaica, Long Island, the sons of 
Rev. Richard Denton found the 
town, (1656) 187, 1463, 1851; pe- 
tition of certain parties to settle 
there, (1660) 463-64; allusions, 
848, 921-22, 927, 960, 983, 1064, 
1077; a Presbyterian church organ- 
ized, 1463; worship held in the 
Town Hall, 1892; proceedings 
against Quakers, (1661) 496-99; 
a parsonage built, Rev. Zechariah 
Walker, pastor, (1662) 1463, 1851, 
1892; Rev. John Prudden, second 
pastor, (1670) 1892; sends peti- 
tion to the Dutch Governor Colve, 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



209 



Jamaica, Long Island (continued) 
to compel certain delinquents to 
pay salary, (1674) 646; lands set 
apart for the support of the min- 
ister, (1670) 1851, 1892; a par- 
sonage bought, (1693) 1851, 1892; 
Jamaica, with the neighboring 
towns, specified in the ministry 
act as one of the parishes of 
Queens coimty, (1693) 1077, 1893; 
a Presbyterian church built, 
(1699) 1463-64, 1851, 1892-94; 
the Provincial Assembly meets at 
Jamaica on account of an epidemic 
in the city, (1702) 1592; arrival 
and speedy death of Rev. Patrick 
Gordon, first Anglican minister, 

(1702) 1452, 1893; Rev. William 
Vesey supplies the Anglicans oc- 
casionally, (1702-4) 1893; the 
town vestry calls Rev. John Hobart 
( Hubbard ) , Presbrterian, never in- 
stalled, conflict between him and 
Rev. John Bartow (Anglican sup- 
ply) as to their respective rights 
to the church building, (1703) 
1690, 1895; the town vestry sum- 
moned before Cornbury for favor- 
ing dissenters, 1518; allusions, 

(1703) 1531, 1610, 1690, 1711, 
1851, 1874, 1883; the Anglican 
parish said to embrace Newtown 
and Flushing, (1704) 1553; Rev. 
William Urquhart inducted as 
Anglican minister, (1704) 1893- 
94 ; Cornbury orders the town ves- 
try and the sheriff to eject Rev. 
John Hobart from the parsonage, 
and give it to Rev. William Urqu- 
hart, also to pay him the proceeds 
raised under the ministry act, 

(1704) 1570-71, 1575-76, 1883, 
1893-94; the Presbyterians build 
for themselves another church 
building, (1704-5) 1883; the 
members of the town vestry fined 
for refusing to pay the ministry 
tax to the Anglican minister, 

(Mar. 31, 1705) 1585, 1589: Rev. 
Cotton Mather writes to the so- 



Jamaica, Long Island [continued) 
ciety in England advising them not 
to indorse Cornbury's arbitrary 
acts, (Oct. 14, 1706) 1883; recall 
of Cornbury under many serious 
charges, 1893-94; the Presbyter- 
ians present a memorial to his suc- 
cessor, Lovelace, as to their own- 
ership of the church property, 
reply of Urquhart, sudden death of 
Lovelace, before giving decision, 
(1709) 1894; the death of Urqu- 
hart, (1709) 1807; the Anglican 
clergy write to the bishop of Lon- 
don in behalf of ministers' widows, 
(1709) 1809; acting Governor In- 
goldsby requests the Anglican 
clergy to supply Jamaica, Mrs 
Urquhart retains the parsonage, 
1894; Colonel Gerardus Beekman, 
president of the Council, acting 
governor, the Presbyterians take 
possession again of their church 
building, resisting a justice, parties 
arrested and fined, (Apr. 11, 1710) 
1845-46; their fines remitted, 
1850-51, 1894; Rev. Thomas Poyer 
arrives as Anglican minister, Mrs 
Urquhart transfers the parsonage 
to the dissenters, (1710) 1868, 
1894-95, 1899; Poyer is inducted, 
(July 18, 1710) 1894-95; the 
town vestry calls Rev. George 
McXish, a Presbyterian, pays the 
proceeds of the ministerial tax to 
him, Poyer receives nothing from 
the tax money for a year and a 
half, (1711) 1879, 1894-95; Poyer 
sues the town vestry, defeated, 
obliged to pay the costs, 1895-96; 
general review of all these cir- 
cumstances in a memorial of the 
Anglican clergy to the bishop of 
London, (Nov.' 13, 1711) 1892-96; 
additional papers and docu- 
ments pertaining to the Ja- 
maica case, (Jan.-Mar. 1712) 
1899-1903, 1905-6, 1909-15, 1917- 
24; reference to the dispute be- 
tween the Dutch ministers, Anto- 



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THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Jamaica, Long Island (continued) 
nides and Freeman, as likely to 
help the Anglican church of Ja- 
maica, (1712) 1903; Mr Poyer vs. 
Secretary Clarke, allusion by Rev. 
Jacob Henderson to the condition 
of the Anglican church of Ja- 
maica, (June 2, 1712) 1950-51; 
criticism of his remarks, 1951-52; 
appeals of Anglican ministers and 
churches no longer limited to a 
certain amount, 1963, 1970-71, 
1990-91; the town vestry of Ja- 
maica refuse to allow Mr Poyer 
to be present, but admit Mr Mc- 
Nish, a Presbyt€rian,a (1714) 
2012, 2043-44; governor declares 
their conduct illegal, 2019; Rev. 
Mr Poyer reviews his ministry at 
Jamaica, has never yet received 
one penny from tlie taxes imposed 
by the ministry act, (Nov. 2, 
1714) 2072-74; no improvement in 
his case, (Jan. 15, 1717) 2113-14; 
the members of the Anglican 
church of Jamaica, write to the 

5. P. G., reviewing their case, (Feb. 

6, 1717) 2114-15; another sad let- 
ter from Poyer to the S. P. G., 
(Oct. 24, 1717) 2119; the S. P. G. 
makes him a present of £10, 2120; 
similar complaining letters from 
Mr Poyer to the S. P. G., (Nov. 
4, 1718) 2126, (Feb. 11, 1719) 
2127, 2128; dissenters petition to 
have certain fines remitted, 
petitions against the justices of 
the peace, (May 6-27, 1719) 2128- 
38; allusion, (1721) 2181; for 
Reformed Dutch church, see Kings 
county, L. I.; Governor Bur- 
net informs the bishop of 



Jamaica, Long Island (continued) 
London about the legal disputes 
in Jamaica, (1727) 2392; Rector 
Poyer refers to the same and seeks 
permission to return to England, 
(1731) 2547; Rev. Thomas Colgan 
asks for appointment to Jamaica, 
2548; death of Poyer, (Jan. 1732) 
2565; loss of the church building 
to the Anglicans in a legal suit, 
2623-24; Rev. Alexander Camp- 
bell petitions to be sent to Ja- 
maica, 2562, 2565; an act to em- 
power the vestry of Jamaica to 
dispose of £60 in their hands, 
(Nov. 1, 1733) 2633, 2635; review 
of the acts for the support of the 
ministry, (May 10, 1734) 2643-45; 
letters from Rev. Thomas Colgan, 
rector of Jamaica to the S. P. G., 
(1734) 2645-46, (Nov. 22, 1740) 
2745, (1743) 2796, 2820, (1744) 
2856; the Dutch church of Ja- 
maica (with Newtown, Hempstead 
and Oyster Bay ) , without a 
settled pastor for nine years. Rev. 
J. H. Goetschius, called and in- 
stalled, (1740-41) 2743-45, 2752, 
2755, 2766, 2779-81, see Goetschius, 
J. H. ; letter from Rector Colgan, 
(1746) 2923-24; letters from 
Rector Seabury, (1760), 3749-50, 
3799, (1763) 3863, (1764) 3952; 
petitions for a charter, (1761) 
3805-6; lawsuit, (1771) 4231-34; 
allusions, 3817, 4180, 4290, 4325; 
for Dutch church of, see Anto- 
nides; Boelen; Fraeligh, S. ; 
Goetschius, J. H.; Keteltas; Kuy- 
pers, Z. H. ; Queens county; 
Romeyn, Thomas; Van Nest, R. 



a Presbyterian pastors at Jamaica : Zeehariah Walker. 1602-68 : .Tohn Priulden. 
1670-74; Woodruff, 1674-76; John Prudden, 1676-91; Jeremiah Hobart (Hubbard), 
1692; George Phillips, 169.S-97 ; .Tohn Hubbard (Hobart). 1698-170."): Goodhue 
Francis, 1705-7; George McNish. 1711-2.3; Robert Cross, 1723-37; Walter Wilmot, 
17.38-44; David Bostwiek, 174.5-56: Elibu Spencer, 1758-60; Benoni Bradnor. 
1761-62 ; William Mills, 1762-74 ; Matthias Burnett, 1774-85 ; James Glassbrook 
(S. S.), 1785-87; Hillyer (S. S.), 1786; White (S. S.). 1787; George Faitoute, 
1789-1815. 

Anglican pastors at Jamaica: Patrick Gordon, 1702: William Vesev (S. S.), 
1702-4; James Honeyman, 1703-4; Edmund Mott, 1704: William Urquhart, 1704-9; 
supplied by John Sharpe. William Vesey, 1709 ; Thomas Poyer, 1710-32 ; Thomas 
Colgan, 1732-55 ; Samuel Seabury, jr., 1756-66 ; received charter, 1761 ; Joshua 
Bloomer, 1766-90 ; William Hammel, 1790-95 ; Charles Seabury, January-March 
1796; Elijah D. Rattoone, 1797-1802. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



211 



Jamaica, West Indies, 829, 1703; a 
possible home for the Palatines, 
1790, 1796; allusions, 3183 
Jamain, Nicholas, 1322 
Jamain, Stephen, 1322 
James I, 36, 1082 

James II, as king, vetoes the charter 
of liberties, (Mar. 3, 1685), 894- 
96; his letter to Governor Dongan, 
(Mar. 5, 1685) 897; general 
thanksgiving proclaimed for the 
king's victories, (Dec. 13, 1685) 
911; his secret instructions to 
Dongan, (May 29, 1686), 915-16; 
his new commission to Dongan, as 
to religion, (June 10, 1686), 918; 
order in Council respecting ec- 
clesiastical affairs, to be exercised 
by commissioners, (Oct. 27, 1687) 
925; his commission and instruc- 
tions to Andros, (Apr. 7, 1688) 
954; orders Dongan to resign his 
government to Andros, (Apr. 22, 
1688) 955; proclamation of a day 
of thanksgiving for the queen's 
pregnancy, (Apr. 2, 1688) 951; 
celebration of the birth of a 
princess to James, (Aug. 31, 1688) 
955; James II abdicates the 
crown, (Dec. 11, 1688) 961; Wil- 
liam and ]Mary accept the crown, 
(Feb. 13, 1689) 961; order to pro- 
claim William and Mary, (Feb. 
16, 1689) 961; allusions, 879, 923- 
24, 941, 945, 950, (1689 and after) 
966, 974, 977, 984-88, 999, 1000, 
1009, 1029, 1180, 1222, 1247-48, 
1290, 1435 
James, duke of York, receives a 
patent for New Netherland, from 
his brother, Charles II, before the 
conquest, (Mar. 12, 1664) 541; 
James sells New Jersey to John, 
Lord Berkeley, and Sir George 
Carteret, also before the conquest, 
(June 17, 1664) 542; takes forci- 
ble possession of New Netherland, 
(Sept. 5, 1664) 5.55-60, 56.3-65; 
his instructions as to religion, to 



James, duke of York (continued) 
Colonel Nicolls, for New England, 
and for New Netherland, if con- 
quered, (Apr. 23, 1664) 544-45; 
conditions of surrender, (1664) 
557-59, 2094; a convention called 
of deputies of the (English) in- 
habitants of Long Island, to meet 
at Hempstead, L. I. to adopt laws, 
etc., (1665) 568; the Duke's Laws 
for Long Island and Staten Island, 
so far as they relate to religion, 
(Feb. 28, 1665) 570-72; [recon- 
quest of New Netherland by the 
Dutch, Aug. 9, 1673, and held by 
them until Nov. 16, 1674, 628-62] ; 
conditions of resurrender to the 
English, 662, 2094; all former 
rights and privileges restored, 
663-64, 669-72, 677; Governor 
Andros's report on the state of re- 
ligion, (1678) 708-9; the duke 
maintains a chaplain. Rev. Charles 
Wolley, 709, 720, 744; description 
of an Anglican service in the fort, 
by Chaplain Wolley, (1679) 711; 
secret instructions of James to 
Governor Dongan, (Jan. 27, 1683) 
847; charter of liberties granted, 
(Oct. 30, 1683) 864, 867, 1013; 
English Jesuits in New York un- 
der Governor Dongan, 877; Don- 
gan's report on the state of re- 
ligion, (1687, not 1684 as printed) 
879-880; the duke of York be- 
comes King James II, (1685) 894- 
97; allusions, 843, 873, 879-80, 
893, 918, 1180 
James, Jonathan, 1788 
James, Rev. Thomas, pastor at East- 
hampton, prepares a catechism for 
the Montauk Indians, (1668) .598- 
600; is charged with preaching a 
seditious sermon from Job 24:2, 
(1686) 924-27; arrested, apolo- 
gizes, asks for remission of pen- 
alty and costs, 927-28 
.lames, a ship, 722 

.Tamieson, David, allusions. (1674") 
664, 893; allusions, 1093, 1165, 



212 



TKE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Jamieson, David (continued) 

1182, 1216-17, 1298, 1312, 1322, 
1326; retained as attorney by 
Trinity Church to recover certain 
redemption money, (1703) 1519; 
allusion, (1704) 1573; is requested 
to write to the archbishop of Can- 
terbury on the state of the church, 
(1708) 1704; allusion, (1711) 
1886; Governor Hunter recom- 
mends him as supernumerary, 
(1715) 2097; sketch of his re- 
markable career, is appointed a 
member of the Council, (1716) 
2110-11; allusion, (1719) 2136; is 
directed to draw up the charter 
for the Dutch church of Albany, 
(1720) 2152; allusion, 2188; sells 
land for Middle Church, New York, 
(1727) 2458 

Janeway, Richard, 2867 

Janeway, William, 1149, 1181 

Jans, Aert, elder of East Saenen, 
Holland, (1621) 33 

Jans, Anneke (or Annetje), see An- 
neke Jans 

Jans (Jansen), Auke (Aucke), car- 
penter on Long Island, (1660) 475- 
76, 484 

Jans, Jannetin, wife of Juriaen An- 
driessen, (1652) 308 

Jans (Jansen), Tryn, mother of 
Anneke Jans, 84 

Jans, Tryn, wife of Jan Joost, 
(1689) 966 

Janse, Claes, elder at Houwaert), 
Holland, (1621) 34 

Janse, Cornelius, witness at Amster- 
dam, Holland, (1745) 2870 

Janse, John, elder at Flatbush, 
(1703) 1525 

Janse, Teimis, of Brooklyn, (1677) 
703 

Jansen, Aert (Aris), deacon of 
Brooklyn, (1703) 1526, 1608 

Jansen, Abraham, the mulatto, of 
Brooklyn, (1658) 419-20 

Jansen, Anthony, of Gravesend, 
(1660) 474 

Jansen, Cornelis, overseer of Flat- 
bush, (1680) 736 



Jansen, Cornelis, jr, of Kingston, 
(1766) 4034 

Jansen, Daniel, commissary of Sche- 
nectady, (1679) 736; deacon of 
Schenectady, (1703) 1527 

Jansen, Dirck, of Kings coimty, 
(1695) 1120 

Jansen, Hans, of Amersfoort, L. I., 
(1657) 366 

Jansen, Hein, sent as ziekentrooster 
to East Indies, (1644) 184 

Jansen, Hellegond, wife of Rev. Jo- 
hannes Megapolensis, minister at 
Coedyck, in Holland, (1642) 157 

Jansen, Hendrick, member of Lu- 
theran church on the South river, 
(1675) 673 

Jansen (Janssen), Hendrick, for- 
merly elder on Long Island, 
(1725) 2329; of Kings county, 
(1745) 2876 

Jansen, Hendricus, member of con- 
sistory of Marbletown, Rochester 
and Wawarsing, (1753) 3437, 
3746 

Jansen (Jantz), Hendricus Jansen, 
(Henricus, jr), deacon of Kingston, 
(1770) 4192, (1771) 4229 

Jansen, Jan, member of Lutheran 
church on the South river, (1675) 
673 

Jansen, Jan, of Jamaica, L. I., 
(1755) 3578 

Jansen, Joannes, member of com- 
mittee appointed by Synod of New 
York to draft resolutions regard- 
ing the appointment of a professor 
of theology, (1784) 4322 

Jansen, Joannes, jr, elder at Shaw- 
angunk, (1772) 4243, 4247 

Jansen, Johannes, former elder at 
Kingston, (1764) 3957, (1766) 
4034 

Jansen, Johannes G., of Kingston, 
(1766) 4034 

Jansen, Karsten, of Gravesend, 
(1660) 474 

Jansen, Marten, of Amersfoort, L. I., 
(1657) 366 

Jansen, Matthew, deacon of Esopus, 
(1711) 1882 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



213 



Jansen, Paul, sent as ziekentrooster 

to the East Indies, ( 1(344) 184 
Jansen, Paulus, colonist of Kens- 
selaerswj'ck, (1G42) 153 
Jansen, Peter, at Manhattan, (1G5S) 

428 
Jansen, Kern, of Kings county, 

(1677) 703 
Jansen, Roeloff, first husband of 

Anneke Jans Bogardus, 84, 216- 

18, 1180, 1517-18 
Jansen, Roeloff, receiver general of 

New Netherland, see Haes, Roeloff 

Jansen 
Jansen, Sibrand, member of Lutheran 

church on the South river, (1675) 

673 
Jansen, Sir Theodore, (1709) 1788 
Jansen, Thomas, elder at Kingston, 

(1719) 2143 
Jansen, Volckert, a Lutheran at Al- 
bany, (1673) 636 
Jansen, Willem, of Esopus, 446, 684, 

697-98 
Jansen, Willem, member of Lutheran 

church on the South river, 673 
Janson, Com, member of Lutheran 

church on the South river, 673 
Jansonius, Rev. Hillebrandus, min- 
ister at Veendam, Holland, (1769) 

4162 
Janss, Cornelia, of Manhattan, 

(1664) 557 
Janss, Michiel, of Manhattan, (1649) 

259 
Jansse, Rev. Corn[elis], late minister 

at Schellinchout, Holland, (1625) 

40 
Janssen, Coert, churchmaster at 

North Branch (Readington) , 
(1725) 2329 
Janssen, H. Q., made catalog of the 

old archives of the Synod of North 

Holland, (1876) 28 
Janssen-, Harman, member of Lu- 
theran church on the South river, 
(1675) 673 



Janssen, Henry, (Yanse, Heuderick), 
elder at New Utrecht, L. I., (1749) 
3074, 3080 

Jansz, Andries, schoolmaster at Fort 
Orange, (1650) 279 

Jansz, Daniel, of Albany, (1699) 
1306 

Jansz, Gerrit, of Manhattan, (1644) 
556 

Jansz, Jozef, of Albany, (1699) 1306 

Jansz, Peter, elder of Waverveen, 
Holland, (1666) 580 

Janszen (Jansz), Pieter, elder of 
Brooklyn, (1680) 758, (1698) 
1198 

Janszen, Simon, elder, of Long Is- 
land, (1698) 1198 

Jantsz (Jantz), Andries, of Albany, 
(1699) 1306 

Japan, 19 

Japanese (Javanese?), 77 

Japheth, an Indian preacher, 1361 

Jarvice, Mr, 3910 

Jauncey, James, 3922, 4068, 4179, 
4184 

Java, Major, 80; Coetus of, 3658 

Java, 19 

Jay, Augustus, 1322, 1699 

Jay, Sir James, 3833; petitions the 
king for a grant of land for Kings 
College, (1764) 3940; 20,000 acres 
given, 3940-42 

Jecocke, William, 665 

Jeffer, Captain, 1642 

Jefferies (Jeffreys, C), Sir George, 
baronet, 943 

Jekyll, Joseph, 1724, 1752, 1832 

Jemius, J., 1720 

Jenkins, Soame, 4186 

Jenney, John C, 4362 

Jennings, Samuel, 1683-84 

Jennya, Rev. Robert, rector in West- 
chester county, N. Y., (1719) 1870, 
2215 

Jercslau f.Teroslan, or Yeroslan], 
Russia, 101 

Jersey circle (circuit), 3719, 3722 



a Hp was born 1R87 : chaplain In the royal navy. 1710-14; rector In Phlla- 
flPlphia 1714-l.T: fhaplnin In forf. Now YorU CUy. 1717-22: rortnr at Rye, 
N Y 1722-26; at nompsteart. 1720-42; at T'hiliidolphia. 1742-02, diea. 



214 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Jersey City, 2173 
Jersey, Island of, 1013, 3430 
Jerseys, the, in seven towns, no min- 
isters, (1711) 1SS3; have no min- 
istry act, (1712) 1910; the peace 
of, threatened by certain ministers 
(1713) 2000 
Jerusalem, N. Y., 4382, 4389 
Jesuits, English, (1783) 877, 928, 

934, 939, 940, 1288-90 
Jesuits, French, Jesuit missions, 
(1655-87), 879, 904-5, 917-21, 
923, 926, 928, 934, 940-41, 946, 
992, 994, 1004, 1009, 1018-19, 1024 
1039, 1067-68, 1084, 1093, 1098, 
1123, 1132, 1226, 1232, 1247, 1258, 
1309, 1322-23, 1350, 1358-59, 
1361-64, 1367-70, 1374-76, 1378- 
83, 1390, 1392, 1412, 1426, 1432, 
1434 
Jesuits, in Brazil, (before 1625) 41; 
French Jesuits in central New 
York, (1642-58), see Indians; 
French missionaries among the 
Senecas, (1656) 363; Megapolen- 
sis and Drisius complain that 
Jesuits are trying to force them- 
selves in among us, (1658) 434; 
names of some English Jesuits in 
New York City in Governor Don- 
gan's time, (1683) 877 

Correspondence between Gov- 
ernor Dongan, (being a Catholic), 
Denonville, the governor of 
Canada and the French Jesuits of 
central New York, each pleading 
for the unhindered extension of 
the Catholic faith, while secretly 
seeking to secure the territory for 
their respective kingdoms: 
Father Lamberville to Governor 

Dongan, (Sept. 10, 1685) 904 
Father Dablon to Governor Don- 
gan, (1685) 905 
Governor Denonville to Governor 
Dongan, (June 5, 1686) 917-18 
French Jesuits, versus English, 

(1686) 919 
Governor Dongan to Governor 
Denonville, (1686) 919 



Jesuits {continued) 

Governor Denonville to Governor 

Dongan, (June 20, 1686) 920 
Governor Dongan to Governor 
Denonville, (June 26, 1686) 921 
Governor Denonville to Governor 

Dongan, (Oct. 1, 1686) 923 
Father Lamberville to Father 

Bruyas, (Nov. 4, 1686) 926 
Father Lamberville to Mr An- 
toine Lespinard, (Nov. 4, 1686) 
926 
Governor Dongan to Governor 

Denonville, (Dec. 1, 1686) 928 
Governor Dongan to the lord presi- 
dent, (of the Lords of Trade), 
must build forts by the lakes, as 
the French do, or we will lose 
the country, the beaver trade, 
and our Indians, necessity of 
English Jesuit missionaries, 
(Feb. 19, 1687) 934 
Governor Dongan to Father Lam- 
berville, (May 20, 1687) 938 
Governor Dongan to Governor De- 
nonville, (June 20, 1687) 938- 
39; with Governor Denonville's 
remarks on it, paragraph by 
paragraph, 939-42 
Governor Denonville to Governor 
Dongan, accusing him of insin- 
cerity, (Aug. 21, 1687) 945 
Governor Dongan to Governor Den- 
onville in reply, discussion of 
territorial rights, (1687) 946 
Order from. James II to Governor 
Dongan to resign his govern- 
ment to Andros, (Apr. 22, 1688) 
955 
Abdication of James II (Dec. 11, 
1688), and succession of Wil- 
liam and Mary, (Feb. 13, 1689) 
961 
Tlie Leisler regime falsely charg- 
ing many of the citizens with 
being papists, (1689-91) 962- 
1000 
Father Dablon to Domine Dellius, 
(July 1, 1693) 1067-68 



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215 



Jesuits (continued) 

Major Peter Schuyler to Governor 
Fletcher, (July 25, 1693) 1068 

Father Milet to Domine Dellius, 
(July 31, 1693) 1068-69 

Governor Fletcher to the sachems 
of the Five Nations, (July 31, 
1693), 1070 

Journal of Major Dirck Wessel's 
embassy to the Onondagas, 
(Aug. 11, 1693) 1070 

Governor Fletcher to the Com- 
mittee of Trade on the energy of 
the Jesuits among the Indians, 
(Oct. 9, 1693) 1084 

Domine Dellius to Governor Flet- 
cher, about a writing of Father 
Milet, (Jan. 12, 1694) 1093 

Domine Dellius to Father Dablon, 
as to the interpretation of the 
three belts sent by the Five Na- 
tions to the governor of Canada, 
(1694) 1093, 1095 

Father Milet to Domine Dellius, 
as to certain false reports as to 
the meaning of the three belts of 
wampum, (Jan. 31, 1694) 1094- 
95 

Propositions of the Five Nations, 
at Albany, (Feb. 2, 1694) 1095 

Domine Dellius to Father Milet; 
the " belts " are in opposition to 
peace, contrary to Father Milet's 
assertions, (Feb. 9, 1694) 1096 

Domine Dellius to Governor 
Fletcher, copies of letters sent to 
the governor, the Indians in- 
clined to make peace with the 
French contrary to their cove- 
nant with the English, (Feb. 12, 
1694) 1097-98 

Major Peter Schuyler to Governor 
Fletcher, Father Milet does the 
English much harm, (Feb. 14, 
1694) 1098 

Domine Dellius to Governor 
Fletcher, news direct from Can- 
ada through Joseph, an Indian; 
the French governor had sent 
out observation parties which 



Jesuits (continued) 

reported the strength of the Eng- 
lish at Albany, (May 24, 1695) 
1122-23 

Commission of Domine Dellius and 
others to make a treaty with the 
Five Nations, £100 given to Del- 
lius to defray expenses, (Aug. 
10, 1696) 1169 

Lords of Trade urge the import- 
ance of converting the Indians 
to the Protestant faith, that the 
New England Society should un- 
dertake this work, (Sept. 30, 
1696) 1174 

Messrs Schuyler, Dellius, Wessels, 
and the mayor of Albany ap- 
pointed a committee to receive 
any propositions from the Five 
Nations, (Oct. 3, 1696) 1174 

Propositions of the Onondaga 
sachems, and answer thereto, 
(June 9, 1697) 1181-82 

Propositions of the Cayugas, re- 
ported by Messrs Schuyler, Del- 
lius and Wessels, to Governor 
Fletcher, (Sept. 28, 1697) 1215- 
16 

Governor Bellomont's instructions 
to Messrs Schuyler and Dellius, 
to go to Canada with the arti- 
cles of peace made between Eng- 
land and France, to communicate 
the same to Frontenac, governor 
of Canada, to exchange prison- 
ers, etc., (Apr. 22, 1698) 1222- 
23 

Governor Frontenac to Governor 
Bellomont, will correspond, the 
Jesuit missions in central New 
York have been carried on by 
the French for more than forty 
years, abundant proofs of French 
control, (June 8, 1698) 1225 

Report of Messrs Schuyler and 
Dellius on their negotiations in 
Canada, were informed by the 
Jesuits that they wished to 
send their missionaries again to 
central New York, told them 



216 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Jesuits (continued) 

those Indians were now under 
instruction of Protestant min- 
isters, (July 2, i(j98) 1225-2& 

Governor Bellomout to governor 
Frontenac, tlie Indians desire 
the expulsion of the Jesuits, 
wish Protestant missionaries, 
Jesuits visiting central New 
York will be arrested and pun- 
ished, (Aug. 13, 1698) 1229 

Kobert Livingston's report of his 
journey to Onondaga, a Protes- 
tant minister should be stationed 
among the Indians, should have 
toys to give them, how the 
Jesuits secured part of the In- 
dian hunts, (1700) 1350; ac- 
count of the negotiations, prom- 
ised them that the English 
would build them a fort, that 
Protestant ministers would live 
among them, the Indians prom- 
ised to welcome them, said the 
Jesuits had forced themselves 
upon them, (1700) 1358-59 

Propositions of the Canada pray- 
ing Indians and answer thereto, 
if they may have Protestant 
ministers to teach them, they 
will no longer go to Canada, 
but they have hitherto been be- 
holden solely to the French for 
the knowledge of a Savior, 
(June 20, 1700) 1361-62 

The Jesuits have seduced 40 fam- 
ilies, of the Connecticut Indians, 
to Romanism, (July 9, 1700) 
1362-63 

Bellomont to meet the Indians at 
Albany but is not able, at pres- 
ent, to gratify them by building 
them a fort, or furnishing them 
with Protestant ministers, 
(July 26, 1700) 1364 

An act against Jesuits and Popish 
priests, none may reside in New 
York under penalty of perpetual 
imprisonment, and if escaping 
and retaken, of death, (Aug. 9, 
1700) 1368-70, 1392 



Jesuits ( continued ) 

Efforts of the Jesuits to secure the 
friendship of the Indians of cen- 
tral New York, (Aug. 17, 1700) 
1374-76 
A week's conference of Bellomont 
with the Indians at Albany, 
agreement to send Protestant 
ministers to them upon their 
forsaking the instructions of the 
Jesuits, must arrest the Jesuits, 
(1700) 1376-84, 1390, 1392, 
1394, 1426-27, 1440-41 
Brief review of Roman Catholicism 
in New York, (1701-1800) 
1449-52 
French Jesuits from Canada 
1288-89; continue to seek to 
win the Indians, (1701) 1466- 
68; half the Onondagas still in- 
clined to follow Jesuit teachings, 
Cornbury warns them, (1702) 
1495-96; necessity of presents 
from the English to overcome 
the intrigues of the priests, 
(1703) 1520, (1715), 2096, 2104; 
petition in behalf of a Spanish 
priest, (1719) 2140; allusions, 
(1723) 2214, 2234 (1732) 2596; 
not allowed among the Mohawks, 
(1746) 2922, (1749) 3086, 3901, 
3912 
Jesuits, law against, (Aug. 9, 1700) 

1013, 1368-70 
Jews, allusions, 77, 171, 223, 487, 
709, 830, 852, 880; their license 
for business in Brazil, opposed, 
(1646) 195, 204; arrival of, in 
New York, (1655) 335-36; per- 
mitted to live and trade in New 
York, (1655) 338; exempted from 
military service, but to be taxed, 
340; about to erect a synagogue, 
(1656) 348-49; Stuyvesant re- 
buked for forbidding, 352; petition 
of Jacob Cohn Hendricus to open 
a bakery, denied, (1657) 375; 
Asser Levy not to be admitted as 
a burgher, 375; contributed to- 
ward finishing the steeple of 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



217 



Jews (continued) 

Trinity Cliurch, (lo96) 1168; pe- 
tition of Abraliani De Lucena, 
minister, to be exempted from 
civil and military duty, (1710) 
1865; burial ground of, 1865-66; 
Samuel Isaacs petitions for nat- 
uralization, (1770) 4179; allusion 
to " Joode Straat," 2477, 2615 
Jogues, Father Isaac, a Jesuit mis- 
sionary in central New York, 
(1642) 166-67; made a prisoner 
by the Mohawks, 166-67, 436; es- 
capes to the Dutch at Fort Orange, 
166-67, 436; ransomed by the 
Dutch, 166-67, 436; visits New 
Amsterdam and wi'ites a descrip- 
tion of the same, 166-67; is 
kindly treated by Kieft and given 
a free passage to Europe, 160-67, 
214, 436-37; is shipwrecked on the 
coast of England, finally reaches 
France, 167-68; revisits Canada, 
(1646) 166, 214, 437; revisits Fort 
Orange, 214; returns to the Mo- 
hawks in central New York and 
is killed, (1646) 166, 215, 437; 
the Indians present his missal, 
breviary and clothing to Domine 
Megapolensis, 437 
Johannes, Hendrickje, 703 
Johannis, Rev. Nicholas, 83 
Johanus, an Indian, 2634 
John, an Indian interpreter for the 

Moravians, 2852-53 
Johns, (Johnz), Dirck, 520 
Johnson, Edward, of Tuscarora, 3840 
Johnson, Colonel Guy, 3667; confer- 
ence with the Six Nations, (1775) 
4284 
Johnson, Rev. Jacob W., 4137-38 
Johnson, John, M. D., mayor of New 
York, (1709) 1811; member of the 
Council, (1715) 2097, 2106 
Johnson, Rev. John B., (1800) 4388 
Johnson, Myndert, (1762) 3840 
Johnson, Samuel, lends money to 

Collegiate Church, (1768) 4136 
Johnson, Rev. Dr Samuel, letter to 
archbishop of Canterbury, (June 



Johnson, Rev. Dr Samuel (cont'd) 
29, 1753) 3388-89; the church and 
the college, 3483-85; letter from 
Bishop Sherlock to, (Oct. 20, 
1754) 3502; writes to Bishop 
Seclver, (Oct. 25, 1754) 3503; 
to Dr Herring, archbishop of 
Canterbury, (Oct. 25, 1755) 
3504-5; sketch of his life, 
3514-15; invited to become presi- 
dent of Kings College and assistant 
rector in Trinity Church, 3516-18; 
an Arminian in theology, 3519; 
allusions, 3516, 3556-57; his cor- 
respondence with Archbishop 
Seeker, (1761) 3803, (1762) 3816- 
17, 3833-34, (1763) 3841, 3864-65, 
3887-90, 3909-10, 3912, 4185, 4186; 
resigns presidency of Kings Col- 
lege to Rev. Myles Cooper, (1763) 
4186-87 

Johnson, Simon, 3556-57, 3677, 3830, 
3841, 3853, 3872, 3900, 3912, 3922, 
3934, 3968, 4085; gives a clock for 
tower of North Church, (1770) 
4185, 4209 

Johnson, Thomas, 1441 

Johnson, Sir William, 3086, 3402, 
3650, 3813, 3840; urges the neces- 
sity of missionaries for the In- 
dians, (1763) 3901, 3911-12, 
3969-70, 4026, 4077, 4085, 4090, 
4110, 4137-38, 4173-74; makes 
treaty with the Indians, (1770) 
4187-88 

Johnson, William Samuel, son of 
Rev. Dr Samuel Johnson, 3483 

Johnston, Rev. Andrew, 2742 

•Johnstown, N. Y., Anglican church 
at, (1776) 4299 

JoUiffe, W[illiam], member of the 
Board of Trade, 4186 

Jonah, an Indian, 3400 

Jonathan, Philip, 3969 

.Jonckbloet, [Willem Jozef Andreas], 
author of a history of Dutch litera- 
ture, 71 

•Tones, Rev. Eliphalet, (1682) 8L3-14« 



o Pastor at Huntington. L. I., 1676-1731. 



218 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Jones, Kev. Jolin, although a dis- 
senter, secures the plot ol land, at 
Bedford, set apart for a minister, 
(17U5) 158S, ltjl2 

Jones, Kev. Morgan, Congregational- 
ist, pastor on fcJtaten Island, to be 
paid by town rates, (1682) 815; 
people at Madnan's Neck petition 
for his services, 844, 846-47 

Jones, Richard, 998 

Jones, Thomas, a justice at Jamaica, 
(1710) 1846 

Jongh (Lodewyck), 419, 420 

Joode straat (Jew street), Xew York 
City, 2477, 2615 

Joost, baes, 458 

Joosten, Jan, (1674) 643, 684, 697- 
98 

Joosten, Simon, (1658) 420 

Joosten (Joosting), Rev. (1762) 
3832 

Joseph, an Indian, 1122-23, 1241, 
1283, 1285, 1318-19, 1328 

Jouneau, Abraham, 1699 

Jourdain, W., 1322 

Judges, to be of the Reformed re- 
ligion, (1661) 503 

Judicatories, superior church, 4212- 
14 

Jufvro[u]wen (ministers' wives), 
2866 

Jiilich (Gulick, Juliers, Julius), 
Palatinate, 1600, 1675, 1678, 1782; 
churches of, 2401 

Junius, Rev. Alexander, expelled 
from Ireland, (1634) 174 

Junius, Rev. Johannes, minister at 
Amsterdam, 2330-31, 2475, 2600 

Junius, Rev. John, minister at Assen- 
delft, (1621) 33 

Junius, Rev., (1764) 3935 

Jurian, Gerbrand, 4211 

Jurian, an Indian, 1068-69 

Juriansen, Lysbeth, widow of Isaac 
Greveraet, married Domine Sam- 
uel Drisius, 308 

Jus Patronatus, 419, 583 

Justices in Kings county, petitions 
against, (1719) 2129 



Justices, suspended by Bellomont, 

1345 
Juthory, an Indian, 1182 

Kachannage, 1374-75 
Kagnawage, see Caghnawaga 
Kajana, 492. See also Guiana 
Kajingehaga (Kayingehaga) , an 

Indian, 321, 436 
Kakiat, see New Hempstead, N. Y. 
Kalde, Rev., of South Africa, 1701 
Kalkoen, Rev. Johannes, at Amster- 
dam, 3923-24, 3974-75, 3990, 3996, 

4005, 4009, 4020, 4026, 4030, 4053, 

4056, 4058, 4087 
Kallier, Magdalen, a Lutheran 

woman, (1658) 430 
Kalm, Professor [Peter], description 

of the churches of New York and 

Albany, (1748) 3025-26, 4366 
Kals, Rev. William, 2642, 2652, 

2662, 3928, 4038 
Kalverslager (Calverslager) , Rev., 

3182-83, 3289-90, 3296 
Kamp, see Camp 
Kanack-Konje, 1182 
Kanassoor, an Indian messenger, 

1097 
Kannestaly, see Schenectady 
Kanojoharie, see Canajoharie 
Kanosadaga, see Canossadaga 
Kantwell, see Cantwell 
Karighistes, an Indian, 1096 
Kater (Keter), Nicklas, 3621, 4074 
Kathore, Daniel, elder of Reformed 

German church of New York, 

(1772) 4240 
Katskill, 2601. See also Catskill 
Kay (Kaay, Raay), Jacob Teunisse, 

(1670) 608, 611, (1674) 643, 762, 

819 
Kayenquiragoe, Indian name given to 

Governor Fletcher, 1124 
Keetel, Jeremiah, 684 
Keis, John, 1393 
Keith, Rev. George, 1438; visits 

America in the interests of the 

Anglican church, (1702) 1491; 

meets with the first Anglican con- 



ECCLESIASTICAIi KECOBDS 



219 



Keith, Eev. George (continued) 
vention, 1507; preaches in Trinity 
Church, dines with Governor Corn- 
bury, praises Rev. Mr Vesey, 1508, 
1512; his letter to S. P. G., pros- 
perity of Trinity Church, abused 
by Quakers at Flushing, 1512; two 
of his sermons published, 1550; 
preaches at Hempstead and in 
other places, 1554; allusion, 
(1709) 1741 

Keith, James, 1788 

Kekebel, Thomas Davidtse, 763 

Kellogg, Joseph, 3401 

Kellogg, Martin, 3401 

Keman, D., 1740 

Kempe, William, prepares charter 
for Kings College, (1754) 3482, 
3544 

Kendrick, John, 4201 

Kennebecq river, 1744 

Kennedy, Dr, 3921 

Kennedy, Archibald, 2847, 2851, 
2861," 3478, 3508, 3544, 3554 

Kenneton, England, Palatines lodged 
in bams at, 1741 

Kensington, England, 993, 1702, 
1786 

Kent, Henry, Marquis of, 1787 

Kent county, England, 2167 

Kerckebuyrt ( church-neighborhood ) , 
at Rensselaerwyck, 153 

Kerckelyk Plakaut Boek, see Eccle- 
siastical Edict Book 

Kerfbyl (Kerbyle, Kerfbijl, Cari- 
bile, Carboyle), Johannes, [M. D.], 
a deacon, (1680-82) 800; an elder, 
(1682-84) 805; allusions, 837, 
842, 871, 890, 892, 951, 964, 1062- 
63, 1092, 1128, 1136, 1145, 1149, 
1203-6, 1210-11, 1216, 1265-73, 
1340, 1345, 1393 ; sought license to 
teach school, (1705) 1584, 2377 

Kerkmeesters, see Churchmasters 

Kermet, Dr \Yhite, 1787 

Kern, Rev. John Michael, his call to 
the German Reformed church of 
Xew York, (1764) 3913; joins the 
conferentie, 3924-25, 3929-30; lays 



Kern, Rev. John Michael (continued) 
cornerstone of a new church, 
(1765) 3971, 3982; finances, 3999- 
4000; allusions, 3S96, 3926, 4011, 
4012, 4028, 4037-38, 4051; gives 
history of church, (1766) 4065; 
allusions, 4088, 4101, 4115, 4117, 
4154-55, 4197; resigns, (1772) 
42390 

Kerry (Keny), Margaret, 2759. 
2764 

Kershow, Abram, 3331 

Kesler (Kessler), ^Rev. J[ohannes] 
J[acobus], minister at Amster- 
dam, 3241, 3245, 3344, 3347, 3370, 
3801, 3805, 3810, 3815, 3857, 3869, 
4038, 4049, 4115, 4117, 4162 

Keslerus (Kesslerus), Rev. Freder- 
icus, sent as minister in Brazil, 
(1637) 111; minister at Amster- 
dam, (1650) 266, 273. See also 
p. of this Index 

Keslius, Rev. Job. Guilhelmus, or- 
dained and gone to Surinam, 
(1731) 2551 

Ketelarius, Rev., (1734) 2662. See 
also Keslius, Rev. J. G. 

Ketelhuyn, William, 1306 

Ketelius (Kettelius), Rev. Nicholas, 
191, 194, 196, 201-3, 211 

Keteltas, Rev. Abraham, (1709) 
1801; churchmaster, (1717) 2100; 
allusions, 2377, 2390, 2449, 2489, 
2575, 3550 

Keteltas, Rev. Abraham, Presbyter- 
ian, called to Dutch church of 
Jamaica, (1762) 3823-25, 3834- 
36, 3842, 3844-46, 3857-59, 3867_ 
69, 3871, 3902 

Keteltas, Gerrit, (1720) 2100, 2377, 
2449, 2489, 2575, 2868 

Keteltas, John, 3532, 3536 

Keteltas, Peter, (1752) 2101, 3090- 
91, 3146, 3395, 3528, 3536, 3556, 
3667, 3677, 3830, (1763) 3840-41, 
3872-73, 3900, 3912, 3922, 3931, 
3934, 4139, 4145, 4152, 4163, 4171, 
4180-81, 4185-86 

Keter, Nicolas, see Kater, Nicklas 



o See Corwin's Manual of 1002, page 549, 



220 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Kettelhuer ( Kettelhuen ) , Joachim, 
153 

Keys, John, 1345 

Keyser, Derick, 684, 1053 

Keyserswerth, Germany, 1675 

Kidd, Captain, 1333, 1345, 1416, 
1420 

Kieft, William, director general of 
New Netherland, (1638-1646), 
114-215; the fur trade thrown 
open to all, (1639) 188, 213; con- 
ditions under which a party of 
English were allowed to settle at 
Newtown, (1641) 137-38; admits 
the necessity of a new church, 
163-64; promises to advance a few 
thousand guilders from the com- 
pany toward the enterprise, 164; 
is one of the consistory, (1642) 
164; secures subscriptions for the 
church at a wedding, 164-65; his 
zeal in respect to building the 
church, 256-57 ; as churchmaster, 
makes the contract for the build- 
ing, 165; ambiguous inscription 
over the portal, 165-66; the New 
Netherland war, (1643) 213, 214, 
258; cares for Fathers Jogues and 
Bressani, 166-67; proclamation 
for thanksgiving for peace, (1645) 
192; his opposition to, and con- 
test with Domine Bogardus, 196- 
200, 232-33, 238; bad condition 
of the province, (1646-47) 216, 
217, 256-57; his persecution of 
Rev. Doughty, 258, 267, 2S5-86; 
uses the deacons' money, 266-67, 
285; his death, 217, 229; allusion, 
579 

Kien, Henry, 3677 

Kiers, Peter, 2866 

Kierstede, 4034 

Kierstede, Christoflfel, jr, 4033 

Kierstede, Hans, (M. D.), married 
Sarah Roeloffsen, stepdaughtera of 



Kierstede, Hans, (M. D.), {cont'd) 
Domine Bogardus, (1642) 217; 
allusion, 84; signed petition in 
favor of surrender, (1664) 557; 
died, (about 1666) 579 

Kierstede, Hans, (2d), (M. D.), as- 
sessed for 2000 guilders, (1674) 
642; examines body, (1683) 871 

Kierstede, Hans, of Kingston, (1704) 
1562, 1638 

Kiersteden, Luycas, 998 

Kiesinga, Rev., 2071 

Kiest, Rev. Henricus, minister at 
Amsterdam, 706 

Kinn, J., 474 

Killum, Elizabeth, 3937 

Killy, WiUiam, 4263 

Kinderhook, N. Y., DeHius had 
labored at, (1683-99) 1309; Van 
Vleck, preaching at, to be arrested, 
(1702) 1509; had been the school- 
master and chorister, 1512; wishes 
to be chaplain to Dutch troops 
going to Canada, but ministers re- 
fuse to ordain him, 1760-61, 1769- 
73; John Van Driessen made pas- 
tor, (1729) 2564, 2572, 2602, 
2605; the church informs classis 
of his settlement among them, 
(1732) 2580, 3181-82; calls Ferdi- 
nand Frelinghuysen to be their 
pastor, (1752) 3255, 3264, 3267; 
allusions, 3304, 3399, 3401; Fryen- 
moetft called, (1758) 3719; allu- 
sions, 3951, 4243, 4246, 4248, 
(1784) 4319; Ritzema flees to, 
(1778) 4332, 4334, 4382, (1800) 
4389 

King, Hermanus, 933 

King, Joseph, 4046 

King, Sir Peter, 1724, 1752, 1832 

King Solomon street, Amsterdam, 
370 

King, the, proposal to appeal to, in 
behalf of the liberties of the 
Dutch church, (1706) 1660 



a In the Remonstrance, 1649 she Is called a daughter of Domine Bogardus by a 
first wife, 257 ; but the marriage records prove the contrary. 

6 The following have been the pastors at Kinderhook before IROO. a preaching 
station of Albany, 1700-12 ; Van Driessen, Peter, supplied, 1712-27 ; Van Driessen, 
John. 1727-35 ; suplied by Peter Van Driessen, Van Scbie and Frelinghuysen, 
Theodore, 1735-56: Frelinghuysen, Ferdinand, called, but died at sea. 1753; Fry- 
enmoet, 175&-77 ; supplied by Ritzema, 1778-88 ; Labagh. Isaac, 1789-1801. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



221 



Kiugdale, a ship, 1712 

Kingfisher, a ship, 4187 

King George, a ship, 2260 

Kings chapel, the, in the fort, 1074, 
1090-91, 1113, 1135, 1172, 11S8, 
1217, 1311. See also Anglican 
chapel 

Kings (Columbia) College, allusions, 
31, 1516; act for vesting fluids 
raised for it, in trustees, (1752) 
3207-S; Trinity Church oflFers to 
give land, (1752) 3220; Hon. Wil- 
liam Livingston's remarks on the 
intended college, shall it be sec- 
tarian or unsectarian, evUs of a 
sectarian college, (1753) 3338-41; 
proper method of establishing a 
college, not by royal charter, but 
by act of Assembly, 3354r-57, 3359- 
62; the points desirable in a legis- 
lative act, 3362-65; an appeal to 
the various denominations and to 
the citizens generally against a 
sectarian college, 3366-69; Gover- 
nor Cliuton praises the Assembly 
for its zeal Lq seeking to estab- 
lish a college, 3382; additional 
lottery bill for raising more money 
for a college, (1753) 3384, 3389- 
95, 3446, 3470; Eev. Dr Samuel 
Johnson on the opposition to an 
Anglican church coUege, 3388; 
Kings College in history of Trinity 
Church, 3427-32 ; the " Indepen- 
dent Reflector " and the college, 
3456-60; second offer of Trinity 
Church to give land for the college 
with its conditions, 3478; Living- 
ston's twenty imanswerable reasons 
against a sectarian college, (Nov. 
1, 1754) 3478; the trustees hold- 
ing the college funds petition for a 
charter, 3478-79; report on this 
petition, 3480; the charter to be 
prepared, protest of the minority 
of the committee against a sec- 
tarian report, 3480-82; order to 
prepare the charter according to 
report of the majority, 3482-83; 
answer of Dr Johnson's son, Wil- 



Kings (Coliunbia) College (continued) 
liam Samuel to Livingston's twenty 
unanswerable reasons, 3483; the 
church and the college, Dr John- 
son to the archbishop of Canter- 
bury, 3484-85 ; the 'college and the 
church, Livingston to Chauncey 
Whittlesey, exercises begun before 
the charter is obtained, 3487-88; 
Collegiate Church of New York 
petitions for a Dutch divinity 
professorship in Kings College, 
(Oct. 1, 1754) 3495-96; Living- 
ston charges that the governor is 
acting a double part, the Dutch 
professorship, if not granted, an 
evidence of hypocrisy, 3501 ; Bishop 
Sherlock to Dr Johnson respecting 
the church and the college, 3502; 
Dr Johnson to archbishop of Can- 
terbury, 3504-5; petition of the 
Collegiate Church for a Dutch pro- 
fessorship of divinity in the col- 
lege, 3505-6; charter presented 
trustees, dissent of William Smith, 
charter signed, (Oct. 31, 1754) 
3506; text of the charter, 3506- 
15; minority report, partiality of 
the majority report, the twenty 
unanswerable reasons now pre- 
sented, 3515-17; Rev. Henry Bar- 
clay's letter to Dr Johnson, the 
nominated president of the college, 
conditions uncertain, proposals 
from two Dutch elders, 3517-18; 
the moneys to be controlled by the 
legislature, permission to be given 
to Livingston to bring in a bill 
for a college to be incorporated by 
the Assembly, 3520; abstract of 
his bill, 3.523-25; act for raising 
money by lottery, (Dec. 7, 1754) 
3525; William Livingston to Rev. 
Noah Welles on college affairs, 
3525-26; personal petition of 
Domine Ritzema for an additional 
charter, giving to the Dutch a pro- 
fepsor of divinity in the college, 
granted, (May 13, 1755) 3542-43; 
antagonistic action of Theodore 



222 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Kings (Columbia) College {continued) 
Frelinghuysen, (May 27-30, 1755) 
3546-52; the additional charter, 
3554-55; review of the whole case, 
3557-58; Ritzema censured by his 
consistory for securing the addi- 
tional charter, and his reply, 3574- 
77; Ritzema's rejiresentations to 
the classis, 3605-7, 3610; Trinity 
Church's letter to S. P. G., 3611- 
12; address of Livingston to Gov- 
ernor Hardy on a sectarian col- 
lege, (Nov. 17, 1755) 3621-22; al- 
lusions, 3626, 3654, 3672, 3682-84, 
3716-18, 3727-29, 3734-36, 3745- 
46; allusions, 3803, 3816-17, 3864- 
65, 3887-88, 3890, 3909; tract of 
land petitioned for, by Sir James 
Jay (1764) 3940; 20,000 acres 
given, 3942; allusions 3961, 4008- 
09, 4090-91, 4140; predicted bene- 
fit of a Dutch professorship of 
divinity therein, (1769) 4143-45, 
4160; applies for the privileges of 
a university, and for remission of 
quitrents on the 20,000 acres of 
land, (1770) 4185-87; allusions, 
4192, 4195, 4205, 4257, 4287, (1776) 
4291, 4298, (1783) 4312; amend- 
ment to its charter, name changed 
to Columbia College, (Apr. 13, 
1787) 4342 

Kings County, Long Island, set- 
tlements begun at Newtown 
and Flatbush, (1652) 314; Pol- 
hemus preaching at the several 
Dutch settlements, (1654) 330; 
committee appointed to build a 
church and parsonage at Flatbush, 
332-37, 339, 341-42; subscriptions 
made to support the minister, 
(1655) 333, 339, 345-46; Brook- 
lyn petitions for part of his serv- 
ices, 345-46; contract to be made 
with him respecting his services, 
346-47, 350-52, 384; West India 
Company sends a bell for the 
church of Flatbush, 363, 373 ; peti- 
tion for more land for the support 
of the church, (1658) 415; peti- 



Kings County, Long Island (cont'd) 
tion to be allowed to assess for 
the salary of the minister, ( 1657 ) 
^65-67; people of Brooklyn object, 
367-69; allusion, 384; Polhemus 
thanks the classis for favoring his 
settlement, 392; his services at 
three settlements, 396, 426; con- 
cerning the church lands at Flat- 
bush, 415, 416; adjustment of his 
salary and other accounts, 416-17; 
fines for nonpayment of salary, 
419, 420; Polhemus writes to 
classis, (June 4, 1658) 424; pleads 
for arrears of salary owed him by 
the company for his services in 
Brazil, 439; Domine Blom preaches 
in Brooklyn and Flatbush, (1659) 
445; Domine Selyns called to 
Brooklyn, (1660) 462, 466-68, 473- 
74; his arrival, 485; ecclesiastical 
testimonial concerning him, 472 ; 
Gravesend petitions the director 
for a minister, (Apr. 1660), 473- 
74; contractor of church of Flat- 
bush pleads for compensation for 
extra work, (May 1660) 475-76, 
484-85; salary of Selyns at Brook- 
lyn, (July 5, 1660) 477; expenses 
of Selyns during delay in his set- 
tlement, paid, (Sept. 2, 1660) 479; 
his installation at Brooklyn, (Sept. 
3, 1660) 479-81; the people thank 
Polhemus for his services, 481-82; 
list of members at Brooklyn, 482; 
Polhemus alternates between Flat- 
bush and Flatlands, 484; collec- 
tions for building church at Flat- 
bush made in several places, 3437 
.12 florins collected, yet owing 
624 florins, 400 given by the direc- 
tor for the company, 484-85; New 
Utrecht has yet no preacher, 
(1660) 492; letter of Selyns to 
classis describing his circumstances 
at Brooklyn and the Bowery, 
(1660) 487-89. 504: the company 
will send a boll for the church of 
Brooklyn, (1660) 495; church of 
Flatbush appeals for additional 



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223 



Kings County, Long Island (cont'd) 
assistance, (1661) 5U1-2; people 
of Flatlands resolve to build a 
church for themselves, petition to 
be allowed to seek subscriptions, 
(Sept. 12, 1662) 527, 531; people 
of Bushwick engage a school- 
master, (Dec. 1662) 592; builders 
of the church of Flatbush dis- 
charged, churchmasters appointed, 
(Jan. 4, 1663) 529; church of 
Flatlands pleads for assistance, 

1663) 531; Polhemus writes to 
classis, suggests some sort of cor- 
respondence among the churches, 
(Sept. 1663) 533-34, 543; Selvns's 

term of four years, at Brooklyn, 
about to expire, wishes to return to 
Holland, (Jan. 1664) 540-41; Pol- 
hemus again writes to classis, sug- 
gesting some sort of correspondence 
among the churches, (Apr. 1664) 
543-44, 551; Selyns writes to 
classis describing the condition of 
affairs imder his ministry, hopes 
Boon to return to Holland, (June 

1664) 547-50, 553; permission 
granted him, (July 1664) 551; 
surrender of New Netherland, 
(1664) 557-59, 560-62 

Domine Selyns reports in person 
to classis, (1604) 562; Domine 
Samuel Megapolensis preaches oc- 
casionally at Brooklyn (one of the 
five places referred to), (1668) 
596 ; the property of Domine Pol- 
hemus is not to be assessed for 
the support of the church (1671) 
616; assessments to be made to 
pay for the parsonage built for 
Selyns at Brooklyn, (1871) 620- 
21 ; commissioners appointed to 
visit the towns of Long Island to 



Kings County, ijong Island (cont'd) 
administer the oath to support the 
restored Dutch government, (1673) 
633; officials of the towns on Long 
Liland to see that the Reformed 
religion is maintained, at Flat- 
bush, Flatlands, Brooklyn, New 
Utrecht and Gravesend, (Oct. 

1673) 637; resurrender of New 
Nethorland to England, (Nov. 2, 

1674) 662-63 

Death of Domine Polhemus, the 
Dutch churches of Kings county 
inform classis of their desire for 
another minister, (Aug. 29, 1676) 
688-89; Van Zuuren called, (Mar. 
1677) 692-93; he writes to classis 
(Sept. 30, 1677) 699-702 ;o list 
of members in (some of) his 
churches, 702-4; answer of classis 
to his letter, (no date) 705-6; re- 
port of Governor Andros on ec- 
clesiastical conditions in New 
York, (1678) 709; 6 Van Zuuren 
again writes to classis. New 
Utrecht mentioned among his 
churches, complains of the price of 
exchange, in his salary of beaver 
skins, (Oct. 30, 1678) 711-19, 745; 
writes on same subject to Domine 
Danckerts, defending himself in 
reference to the cost of exchange, 
(May 4, 1679) 721-22, 723; Van 
Zuuren unites with the three 
other Dutch ministers in forming 
a temporary classis and ordaining 
Tesschenmaker at the request of 
the governor, (1679-80) 726-27, 
730-35; difficulties about paying 
for the parsonage at Flatbush, 
(1680) 736-37; the classis writes 
to the Dutch churches of Kings 
county, and to Van Zuuren. sepa- 



a Xpw T'trpcht is now. for the first, formally includpd In his charge. Hp llvpd 
at Flatbush. and rpfprs to thrpp othpr churches. These must have heen Brooklyn, 
Flatlands and New T'trerht, 700. 

b Governor Andros was not very well posted on the topic on which he was 
reporting. He saye. " one church of England, several Presbitprians. and Inde- 
pendents, Quakers and An.-ihaptists. of spvoml spots, soino .Tews; but I'rosbytpri.'ins 
and Independents most numerous and substantial. There are about 20 churches." 
He does not refer to the Dutch churches at all, unless he includes them under 
Presbyterians. There were in 1678, 12 Dutch churches, 5 PresbyteJ-ian and .'> 
Congregational. There was no church of England except the chaplain to the troops. 



224 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



ivingd County, 1/ung iaiaua (cont'd) 
raieiy, uiguig ail to lullill ineir 
resjjective obiigatiuiid and to live 
in peace, (Apr. 2, HibOj ViU— Jti 

balary oi Van Zuuien better at- 
tended to, (Dec, lU, maO) iol-63; 
churcii oi i'iatbush ia endeavoring 
to heed the exhortation of classis, 
had settled their difficulties, 75G- 
58, 78^-84; Van Zuuren had sup- 
plied the church ot New York once 
a fortnight during the sickness of 
Van Nieuwenhuysen, and will con- 
tinue to do so during the vacancy, 
(1681) 762; difficulties in connec- 
tion with discipline at Flatbush, 
an abusive schoolmaster, (1681) 
771-80, 782-83, 819-21; the united 
churches of Kings county write to 
classis, the church in favorable 
condition, their minister burdened 
by being obliged to serve Staten 
Island and Bergen, as well as New 
York, (Sept. 15, 1681) 786-87; 
references again to the abusive 
schoolmaster, the judges imfavor- 
able to the Dutch church. Van 
Zuuren's extensive labors, about 
360 members in the churches of 
Kings county, would like to return 
to Holland, (Oct. 30, 1681) 790- 
95, 806 

Van Zuuren commends Domine 
Selyns, has been richly compen- 
sated by the consistory of New 
York for his services, (Oct. 1682) 
838-40, 852-53, 855-56; allusion 
to Van Zuuren, 867, 882; he is 
called back to Holland, (1684) 
884-85, 887-88; the churches of 
Kings county, except New Utrecht, 
vmite in asking classis to send 
them another pastor, Quakers in- 
vade the churches, (Sept. 20, 
1685) 906-9, 914; Domine Eudol- 



Kings County, Long Island {cont'd) 
phus Varick called to New Nether- 
land, (Nov. 12, 1685) 911, 914; he 
writes to classis, is also to supply 
Staten Island four times a year, 
(Sept. 9, 1686) 922, 935-36, 943- 
44; classis congratulates him on 
his reception and duties, (Nov. 13, 
1687) 947-48; Governor Dongan's 
report on the state of religion in 
the colonies, (1687, not 1684 as 
printed) 879-80, 956; Varick 
writes congregations of Kings 
county in peace, some converts 
from popery, has supplied Hacken- 
sack and other places, there are 
eight English preachers « on Long 
Island, (Sept. 30, 1688) 969, 970; 
reply of classis, (Aug. 22, 1689) 
976-77, 1006; Varick signs an ad- 
dress of merchants and ministers 
to King William III, complaining 
of Leisler's unjust and arbitrary 
deeds, and praying for relief, (May 
19, 1690) 997-98; Leisler also 
writes to the King, seeking to 
vindicate himself, and alluding to 
his imprisonment of Domine Var- 
ick for treason, (Oct. 20, 1690) 
1008-9; Varick's release by Gover- 
nor Sloughter, (Feb. 17, 1691) 
1010; Domines Varick, Selyns and 
Dellius write a joint letter to the 
classis about their sufferings under 
Leisler, correspondence impossible, 
ministers and elders grossly 
abused, Varick obliged to flee from 
Ms home, on his return arrested 
for alleged treason, he would like 
to return to Holland, (Oct. 12, 
1692) 1041-45; Varick writes to 
classis, bad conduct of his congre- 
gation toward him, two of his 
elders condemned to death in con- 
nection with the fall of Leisler, 



a These English nreachers on Tjons: Island, in 16SS, woro a"^ follows: Pev. 
Thomas James, Easthampton, 167^0-fW5 ; Rev. Nathaniel Rrowster. Brookhnvpn, 
1655-90; Rev. William Leverich. Newtown. 1670-92: Rev. Joshua Hohart. South- 
old. 1674-1717: Rev. John Pruflden. Jamaica, 1676-91 ; Rev. Bllphalet Jones. Hunt- 
ington, 1676-1731 ; Rev. Jeremiah Hobart, Hempstead, 1682-92 ; Rev. Jamea 
Whiting, Southampton, 1683-1716. 



EOOLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



225 



Kings Couuty, Long Island (cont'd) 
himself imprisoned for five months, 
Governor i'ietcher had helped him 
to recover part of his salary, (Apr. 
y, l(i9o) lu48-o3, lUliti-G7, 1071; 
reply of classis, sympathizing with 
all the ministers, will remember 
Varick's desire to settle elsewhere, 
(Apr. 9, 1693) 1071; classis also 
writes to the consistories urging 
them to do their duties to their 
ministers, 1057-59, 1061; the min. 
istry bill does not apply to Kings 
coimty, 1076; Varick writes to a 
friend in Amsterdam, repeating 
the account of his sufferings, 1084- 
86; Selyns and Varick write to 
classis of some improvement in 
their congregations, 1089, 1101, 
1104, 1105; death of Domine 
Varick, disagreements about the 
parsonage, (Sept. 24, 1694) 1108, 
1118; the four churches write to 
the classis for another minister, 
(May 7, 1695) 1117-20, 1121-22, 
1129; the classis calls William 
Lupardus, he is examined and 
ordained, (Oct. 3, 1695) 1130-31; 
allusions, 1171, 1183, 1187; the 
classis writes to the churches of 
Xew York, Long Island and 
Esopus, about the difficulties at 
Albany, by the coming of Freeman 
there, (Mar. 29, 1700) 1348-49; 
population, (1698) 1264; allusion, 
1348-49 

Death of Domine Lupardus, 
(1702) 1639; Cornbury refuses 
permission to call Freeman, (1702) 
1503-7, 1639-40, 1762-67, 1940; 
permission again sought, granted, 
1539-43, 1640, 1764, 1940; text 
of the call, (May 4, 1703) 1522- 
26; Freeman conditionally accepts 
but finally prevailed on to stay 
at Schenectady, 1532-48, 1640-41, 
1764, 1941; his siibaequent in- 
trigues for a second call, 153.3-37; 
his demands not acceptable, the 
churches, except New Utrecht, 

15 



Kings Comity, Long Island (cont'd) 
write to the classis for a minister, 
(Dec. 1703) 1544-48, 1560, 1572- 
74, 1762-07, 1944-45; Domine An- 
tonides called to the three churches 
of Flatbush, Flatlanda and Brook- 
lyn, (Oct. 6, 1704) 1577-81, 1588; 
allusions, 1594, 1642, 1762-67, 
1946; Freeman visits Long Island 
to marry, (Sept. 1705) 1641; text 
of call to New Utrecht, (Sept. 21, 
1705) 1522-26, 1641, 1765; tries 
to intrude into the other congre- 
gations, but is installed over the 
church of New Utrecht only, 
(Nov. 19, 1705) 1631-35, 1642, 
1647, 1766, 1942; historical ac- 
count of the events after the death 
of Lupardus, 1639-45; Bernhar- 
dus Freeman preaches at New 
Utrecht, and by a private agree- 
ment, also at Bushwick, 1642; but 
obtains a civil license from Gov- 
ernor Cornbury to minister in all 
the churches of Kings county, 
(Dec. 26, 1705) 1607, 1642-43 

Arrival of Domine Antonides, 
(Jan. 1, 1706) [0. S.], is intro- 
duced by Domine DuBois to Gov- 
ernor Cornbury, rudely treated, the 
governor unwilling that he should 
officiate, had licensed Freeman for 
all the churches, 1642-43, 1646- 
51, 1699-1700, see also Beis's 
Journal, 1615-19; the consistories 
of the three churches protest 
against Freeman's conduct, in 
having obtained a civil license. 
Freeman does not reply, chooses 
new consistories for all the con- 
gregations, 1624-25; Antonides 
obliged to seek also a civil license, 
(Jan. 14, 1706) 1621, 1765-66; 
consistories of Antonides offer to 
call Freeman as a colleague, if 
subscriptions for his salary can 
be secured, (,Tan. 28, 1706) 1622, 
1647-49; the church of Flatbush 
first, and then Flatbush, Flatlanda 
and Brooklyn together, protest 



226 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Kings County, Long Island (cont'd) 
against Freeman's design to make 
other consistories over tlieir 
churches, (Feb. 15, 1706) 1625-30; 
the civil officials of the villages 
obtain an order from Cornbury, 
forbidding Freeman to proceed with 
their installation, (Feb. 16, 1706) 
1630, 1643-44 J but afterward they 
were installed, 1943; the Consis- 
tory of New York issues a circular 
letter showing imder what circum- 
stances Freeman was installed over 
the church of New Utrecht alone, 
(Feb. 19, 1706) 1631-35; Freeman 
now appeals to the first call of 
1703 which was made upon him, 
as if this were yet in force, 1644; 
Antonides preaches in spite of all 
the difficulties, 1645, 1647 ; the con- 
sistories of New York, Kingston 
and the three consistories of An- 
tonides, write a full account of all 
the unhappy circumstances in 
Kings county, (May 23, 1706) 
1646-51; also a paper on "The 
State of the Church " and the 
danger to her liberties by arbitrary 
governors, (May 24, 1706) 1657- 
60; and an earnest "Request for 
Redress," 1660-62; Freeman ob- 
tains an order from Cornbury com- 
manding Antonides's consistory to 
deliver up all the books of the 
church to Freeman, (Jan. 6, 1707) 
1608; Abraham Governeur writes 
a legal opinion upon the illegality 
of such an order, (Jan. 8, 1707) 
1679-80; allusion, 1681; classis re- 
ceives a letter from Antonides on 
his church affairs, (Apr. 1707) 
1681-82; classis seeks a conference 
with "Grand Pensionary" (or 
Counselor) Buys upon the sub- 
ject, 1689, 1697-98, 1702; Corn- 
bury recalled, (1708) 1672-73 

Antonides's elders petition Gov- 
ernor Lovelace to give them a hear- 
ing upon the disturbances in their 
churches, a committee of the Coun- 



Kings Comity, Long Island (cont'd) 
cil appointed to hear the case, 
(Jan. 21, 1709) 1713-14, 1946- 
47; Freeman's elders also petition 
for a hearing, requested to send 
a committee to the committee of 
the Council, (Feb. 4, 1707) 1715; 
classis writes to Freeman, re- 
ferring to his irregularities, and 
exhorting him to obedience to 
church order, and to peace, (Feb. 
4, 1709) 1715-16; writes also to 
DuBois, referring to their feara 
lest the church should lose her 
liberties, and urging him to try 
to effect reconciliation between the 
parties, 1716-17; writes also to 
Antonides, expressing grief at hi8 
troubles, the importance of pre- 
serving the liberties of the church, 
and exhorting him to make all pos- 
sible concessions, 1718-20; Free- 
man's adherents propose plans of 
peace, based upon their own ir- 
regularities, (Mar. 5, 1709) 1721; 
Antonides's adherents propose plans 
of peace, based upon conforming 
in all things to the church order, 
(Mar. 1709) 1722-23; allusion, 
1734; the regular consistories of 
Long Island (those of Antonides), 
write to classis, reviewing the cir- 
cumstances, the efforts for peace, 
and the delays, (June 21, 1709) 
1755-60; Freeman's own account 
to the classis of his call to Long 
Island, (June 28, 1709) 1762-67; 
Antonides's consistory petitions 
Governor Ingoldsby to direct the 
committee of investigation to re- 
port, (Sept. 8, 1709) 1797; so 
ordered, 1798; Freeman's consis- 
tory petitions for an order to re- 
strain Antonides from installing 
elders and deacons at Jamaica, 
(Sept. 19, 1709) 1798; the report 
of the majority declares that An- 
tonides is the regularly appointed 
pastor of Brooklyn, Flatbush and 
Flatlands, and Freeman is pastor 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



227 



Kings County, Long Island (coiit'd) 
of New Utrecht and perhaps ot 
Bushwick, (Sept. 15, 1709) 1799 j 
complaint against Antonides that 
contrai-y to the governor's order, 
he had installed a consistory at 
Brooklyn, with request for an order 
to restrain him from proceeding 
further in such matters, (Sept. 
24, 1709) 1800-1; minority re- 
port, charging irregularities in the 
call of Antonides, and asserting 
that Freeman was the regular min- 
ister by his civil license, (Oct. 
6, 1709) 1802-3; the majority re- 
port filed, the minority report 
taken off the file, (Oct. 20, 1709) 
1805; consistory of Antonides peti- 
tions that he be declared to be 
the only regular minister in Kings 
county, (Oct. 22, 1709) 1806; 
Freeman's consistory petitions the 
governor to give his ofiicial de- 
cision (Oct. 27, 1709) 1806; the 
governor directs that the two min- 
isters alternate in preaching in 
all the churches, and share equally 
in the income of the churches, if 
either refuses to comply, he shall 
be dismissed, (Oct. 27, 1709) 1807, 
1947; Antonides, the regular ec- 
clesiastically appointed minister, 
declares he can not comply with 
this arbitrary order without vio- 
lating the rules of the church, 
(Xov. 11, 1709) 1808-9; consistory 
petitions for a further answer from 
the governor, answer, has given his 
decision and will hear nothing fur- 
ther on the subject, (Feb. 8, 1710) 
1842; Antonides's consistory peti- 
tions Gerardus Beekman, President 
of the Council, that the report of 
the committee that he was the 
regular minister in Kings county 
may be confirmed, and he be pro- 
tected in his position, (Apr. 12, 
1710) 1846-47; the sheriff and 



Kings County, Long Island (cont'd) 
justices of Kings county petition 
in behalf of Antonides, (Apr. 17, 
1710) 1847; order, that each should 
preach in the churches which liad 
called them, (Apr. 17, 1710) 1847- 
48; protest against a secret order 
obtained by Freeman, permitting 
him to preach at Flatbush, petition 
that said order be recalled, the 
Council urged such recall, the pres- 
ident not agreeing, the Council 
resolved not to meet again, (June 
12, 1710) 1854; Classis of Am- 
sterdam regrets its inability to 
enforce ecclesiastical decisions in 
the territory of another sovereign, 
1857-58; and charges Freeman 
with many irregularities, 1859-60 
Governor Hunter allows both 
Antonides and Freeman to preach, 
invites them to meet with him to 
discuss the difiiculties in Kings 
county, (Sept. 15, 1710) 1866; 
further order in favor of An- 
tonides, he is to be protected in 
his rights at Flatbush and Brook- 
lyn, (Nov. 27, 1710) 1873-74; 
Freeman again attempts to preach 
in Antonides' churches, is forbid- 
den so to do, (Apr. 30, 1711) 
1879; Antonides's consistory pe- 
titions for a charter, caveat against 
it, report in favor of charter, 
(Aug. 1, 1711) 1885-87;tt classis 
writes to Antonides and DuBois of 
her efforts to secure the liberties 
of the church, had also heard from 
Freeman and reports his views, 
(Sept. 30, 1711) 1887-88; classis 
again writes to Freeman concern- 
ing his irregularities and exhorts 
him to peace, (Sept. 30, 1711) 
1889-90; extensive correspondence 
between Freeman and Antonides, 
and their adherents, making pro- 
posal and counter proposals for 
peace, by Freeman, (Mar. 17, 



a Nevertheless the charter was not obtained, and the churches of Kings county 
were not inforporated until after the Revolution. 



228 



THE UmVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKE 



Kings County, Long Island {cont'd) 
1712) 1924-25, 1927-28; by An- 
tonides, (Apr. 18, 1712) 1929-31; 
by Freeman, (Apr. 27, 1712) 1931- 
33; by Antoiiides, (May 4, 1712) 
1935-38; by Freeman, in an elab- 
orate review of his position, more 
or less technical, attempting to 
vindicate himself, yet declaring his 
great anxiety for peace, (May 8, 
1712) 1938-49; no reply, 1981 

Freeman writes to classis, refers 
to his correspondence while yet in 
Schenectady, denies that a civil 
license tends to destroy the li- 
berty of the church, defends his 
conduct in reference to the pro- 
posed ordination of Van Vleck, 
(July 2, 1712) 1955-60; the three 
consistories of Antonides write an 
elaborate letter to the classis, 
speak of the liberties of the chiirch, 
efforts made for peace, the misuse 
made by Freeman of the letters 
of the classis to him, of his un- 
willingness to submit his case to 
any ecclesiastical body of his own 
choosing, that the whole question 
was one chiefly of church order, 
that his last paper in the at- 
tempted peace negotiations was a 
libel which they had declined to 
answer, and that classis had been 
too tender toward Freeman, (Jan. 
28, 1713) 1973-90; an abstract of 
this paper, 1994-97, 2008-9 ; classis 
resolves to write urgent letters to 
all parties proposing a plan for 
peace, (Oct. 2, 1713) 2010, (Jan. 
9, 1714) 2011-12; her letter to 
Antonides, (Mar. 14, 1714) 2029- 
32; to Freeman, (Mar. 14, 1714) 
2033-34; and to DuBois, to use 
his good oflBces in assisting, (Mar. 
14, 1714) 2035-37; also to the 
consistory of Freeman, (Mar. 14, 
1714) 2037-39; peace and unity 
had begun already to show them- 
selves on New Year's day, (1714) 
2065-66; and a joint letter of An- 



Kings County, Long Island {cont'd) 
tonides and Freeman told the 
story, (Feb. 11, 1715) 2083-86, 
2088-91, 2095; census of Kings 
county, (1723) 2196; allusions, 
3812, 4011-12, 4243, 4245. See 
also Antonides, Arondeus, Cur- 
tenius. Freeman, Van Sinderin 
King's Farm, see Queen's Farm 
King's Garden, see Queen's Garden 
Kingsbridge, N. Y., 1138, 4298 
Kingsbury (Kingsberry, Kingsburg, 
G«rmantown), N. Y., Rev. J. F. 
Haegar rector of Angelican Pala- 
tine church at, (1712) 1967-68; 
petition to build a church at 
(1715) 2098; the preparations to 
build, (1717) 2116-18; allusion, 
2123. See also Haegar, J. F. 
Kingston (Atharhacton, Sypous, 
Wiltwyck, Esopus), first settle- 
ment of, (1657) 398; Blom, the 
first pastor, (1659), see Blom, Her- 
man; income of the village and 
cost of parsonage, (1660) 495-96, 
512; salary of the pastor, 501; 
charter of the village, judges must 
be of the Reformed religion, 503; 
Blom's description of the church 
and account of the Indian mas- 
sacre, (1663) 534-35; correspond- 
ence with Stuyvesant about the 
intestate estates of the massacred, 
536-39; day of thanksgiving ap- 
pointed for the deliverance of the 
captives, 54.5-46; Domine Blom 
leaves Esopus, (1668) 594; the 
church vacant for ten years, 729; 
petitions Governor Colve for help 
to support a minister, (1673) 634; 
petitions Governor Andros that 
Peter Tesschenmaker may be their 
minister, (1676) 683-84; no reply, 
Tesschenmaker had been their sup- 
ply, 684, 728; the consistory re- 
quests classis to call a minister for 
them and for the three neighbor- 
ing villages, (1677) 696-99; classis 
sends Van Gaasbeeck, (1678) 
707-8; his description of the place 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECOEDS 



229 



Kingston {continued) 

and neighboring towns, a new 
church built, (1679) 728-29, 746; 
death of Van Gaasbeeck, (1680) 
747-48, 784; Kingston supplied 
occasionally by Domine Schaats of 
Albany, 778; the church has 200 
members, 795 ; requests the classis 
again to call a minister for them, 
(1680) 748-50; Domine Weekstein 
sent, (1681) 764-69, 777-78, 784; 
Weekstein praises greatly the place 
and people, (1681) 789; the church 
thanks classis for their excellent 
minister, 795, 796, 806, 810, 821; 
reply of classis, (Apr. 6, 1682) 
810; allusions, 829-31; allusions, 
834, 838, 854, 856, 867, 879, 882; 
Weekstein requests of classis a 
copy of his call, (Mar. 27, 1687) 
935, 944, 968, 977, 996, 1003; death 
of Weekstein, the church has called 
Vanden Bosch of Staten Island, 
forced to resign on account of bad 
conduct, Domine Dellius has occa- 
sionally supplied them, unable, at 
present, to call another minister, 
(Aug. 30, 1690) 1005-7, 1011, 1014, 
1020, 1038, 1043, 1046, 1066; the 
church again writes to classis for 
a minister, (Jan. 30, 1693) 1083, 
1088, 1090; John Peter Nucella is 
called, his examination and ordi- 
nation, (Apr. 13, 1694) 1099-1100; 
classis informs the church of their 
call, 1115-16; allusions, 1121, 1125, 
1171, 1177, 1187; the church of 
Kingston alone refuses to approve 
the call of the church of New York 
on Verdieren, (1698) 1199-1200; 
allusions, 1219, 1231, 1260, 1269, 
1275, 1301, 1334; Nucella seeks to 
secure the call of New York for 
himself, 1200-1, 1228; church of 
Kingston gives a flattering testi- 
monial to Dellius when about to 
leave the country, (.June 20, 1699) 
1310; the classis exhorts the 
churches of New York, Long Island 
and Kingston to resist the intru- 



Kingston (continued) 

sion of Freeman at Albany, (Mar. 
29, 1700) 1348-49; allusions, 1355, 
1372, 1432; Nucella writes an ac- 
count of the circumstances at Al- 
bany, of the rejection there of 
Freeman and of his call to 
Schenectady, (Oct. 24, 1700) 1422- 
25, 1476 

Classis writes to Nucella and all 
the ministers to insist on Free- 
man's signing the formula, thanks 
Nucella for his zeal in resisting 
the irregularities of Freeman, 
(1701) 1471-72; the inhabitants 
of Ulster county send an address 
to Cornbury on his arrival, (1702) 
1501; Mr Vesey's remarks on 
Ulster county, Nucella, Dutch min- 
ister there, but Hepburn trying to 
establish an Anglican church, 
(1704) 1554; Cornbury sends an 
exliortation to the people of Kings- 
ton to support Hepburn, 1576 ; the 
church of Kingston asks classis to 
send them another minister, 
Nucella has left, having been called 
to the Dutch Chapel Royal in 
London, church served occasionally 
by Lydius, (June 26, 1704) 1560- 
63; 1577, 1581, 1594; Domine Du- 
Bois forwards their call to Holland, 
1571; Cornbury licenses Stephen 
Gracherie to read service in the 
Dutch church and to teach school, 
(Aug. 10, 1704) 1574; Henricus 
Beys accepts the call, (Sept. 1, 
1704) 1577-78; classis informs the 
church, 1581-82; his examination, 
ordination, (May 4, 1705) 1588- 
89: and departure, 1594 

Journal of Beys as to his arrival, 
and bad treatment by Cornbury, 
not allowed to preach without the 
governor's license, (Jan.-March, 
1706) 1615-19, 1663; Kingston 
without services, church gives power 
of attorney to Beys to revisit New 
York and take what action friends 
might suggest, (Apr. 8, 1706) 



230 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Kingston (continued) 

1635-38, 1645; letter of all the 
churches to classis about Corn- 
bury's arbitrary and illegal con- 
duct and the "State of the Church," 
(May 23, 1706) 1646-47, 1652-53, 
1659, 1699-1700; letter of Beys to 
classis respecting the sad state of 
the church of Kingston, (May 28, 
1706) 1663; Cornbury at length 
yields and allows Beys to preach, 
(June 10, 1706) 1667-68; estrange- 
ment of the church and pastor, had 
been there two years (1706-8) and 
done very little service, 1769, 1868- 
70; leaves Kingston and conforms 
to the Anglican church, conducts 
Anglican services, in Dutch, to the 
people of Harlem, (May 30, 1709) 
1743, 1856; church of Kingston 
requests the classis to call them 
another minister, (Oct. 7, 1709) 
1803-4, 1841-42; Peter Vas called, 
examined and ordained, (May 5, 
1710) 1849, 1852-53, 1856; classis 
seeks information about the cir- 
cumstances of Beys's leaving 
Kingston and becoming an Angli- 
can, (June 2, 1710) 1853, 1856, 
1860, 1865; learns of a conference 
at Kingston, examining into cer- 
tain charges, but with no satis- 
factory results, (Oct. 6, 1710) 
1868-70, 1876-77; Domine Vas 
writes to classis about the expenses 
of his voyage, (May 27, 1711) 
1881-82, 1891 ; reply of classis, 
1897-98; petition ot the church of 
Kingston for a charter, (1712) 
1933; reported favorably, 1934; 
allusions, 2151 ; census of Ulster 
county, (1712) 1954; allusions to 
the adjustments of moneys for the 
voyage of Domine Vas, 2006-7, 
2012-14, 2040, 2048-50, 2141; 
charter prepared for the church of 
Kingston, (Nov. 16, 1719) 2143; 
census of Ulster county, (1723) 
2196-97, see Mancius; Meyer, Her- 
manus; Van Driessen, John 



Kingston (continued) 

Allusions, 2564, 2571-73, 2593, 
2606, 2610-12, 2631; Gerrit Van 
Wagenen chorister and school- 
teacher, (1733) 2620, 2630-31, 
2727 ; Vas and Mancius write to 
classis, (1739) 2720, 2722-24; al- 
lusions, 2802, 2810-11, 2813, 2862- 
63, 2902-3, 2910-11, 3069, 3071-72, 
3141-43, 3144-46, 3158-61, 3169, 
3181-82; writes to classis, (1751) 
3184-86, 3209-12, 3233, 3251-54, 
3256, 3262, 3268-70, 3271-75; re- 
ceives letter from classis, (1752) 
3275, 3292-93, 3547; writes to 
classis, (1755) 3561-65, 3583-85; 
response of classis, (1756) 3643; 
allusion, 3680, (1764) 3930, 3935, 
3944, 3946; church of, invites 
neighboring churches and ministers 
to convene, to examine into the 
position of Domine Meyer, (1764) 
3948-59, 3961-62, 3970; allusions, 
3973, 4011-12, 4021, 4025, 4039; 
makes charges against Meyer, 
(1766) 4032-35, 4039-46, 4059, 
4068-69, 4075-77, 4081, 4100, see 
Meyer, Hermanus; allusions, 4102, 
4133, 4144; consistory writes to 
classis for another minister, 

(1769) 4148-49; charter of the 
church, 4149, 4154; call returned, 

(1770) 4175, 4192, 4197, 4201; al- 
lusions, 4204, 4211, 4217, 4227, 
4229, 4236, 4240, 4243-45, 4250, 
4253-54, 4267-69, 4270, 4277-82, 
4289, 4306-7, (1784) 4318, (1800) 
4388 

Kingston, Particular Assembly (or 
Classis) of, (1771) 4213-14, 
4253, 4306-7; assumes the name 
of classis, (1784) 4318, 4321, 4324, 
(1791) 4362; divided into the 
classes of Poughkeepsie and Ulster, 
(1800) 4383 

Kip, Mr, member of consistory of the 
Dutch church of New York, (1724) 
2221 

Kip, Abraham, churchmaster at New 
York, (1698) 1203, 1264 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



231 



Kip, Hendrick, member of consistory 
at Hackensack, (1732) 2601 

Kip (Kipp), Hendrick, Hendricksen, 
one of the nine men at Xew Am- 
sterdam, (1649) 259; subscribes 
25 guilders for defense, (1655) 341; 
his house opposite the old church, 
347 ; a member of the court of New 
Amsterdam, 361 ; subscribes 100 
guilders for defense (1664) 541; 
signs petition to surrender, 556; 
swears allegiance to Great Britain, 
564, 565 

Kip, Hendrik, elder at Hackensack, 
(1755) 3632 

Kip (Kipp), Henry, deacon and elder 
at New York, 4059, 4082, 4185-86, 
4199, 4365 

Kip, Isaac, subscribes 20 guilders for 
defense, (1655) 341; subscribes pe- 
tition to surrender, 557 ; takes oath 
of allegiance to Great Britain, 
(1664) 565 

Kip, Isaac, (1771) 4199, 4265, 4305 

Kip, Isaac (2d), 1193, 1197, 1635, 
1662, 1802, 2360, 2376-78, 2390, 
2477, 2575, 2615 

Kip, J., elder, member of coetus at 
New York, (1752) 3234 

Kip (Kipp), Jacob, signs petition to 
surrender (1664) 557; takes oath 
of allegiance to Great Britain, 
564, 565; a schepen, (1673) 631; 
assessed for 4000 guilders, (1674) 
642 ; objects to the form of the 
oath, (1674) 670, 677 

Kip, Jacob, trustee of church at 
Hackensack, (1755) 3632 

Kip, Jacobus (Jacob), deacon at 
New York, (1688) 951, 1128, 1136, 
1145, 1191, 1202, 1332, 1357 

Kip, Jacobus, deacon at New York, 
(1715) 2081 

Kip, Jesse, of New York, (1703) 
1514 

Kip, Captain Johannes (John), alder- 
man, deacon, elder and churchmas- 
ter at New York, 805, 995, 1030, 
1062-63, 1190, 1193, 1194, 1197, 
1202, 1212, 1242, 1244, 1273, 1277, 



Kip, Captain Johannes (John) (cont'd) 
1282, 1322, 1325, 1355, 1357, 1366; 
church warden, (1695) 1112; trus- 
tee of money for redemption of 
slaves in Salee, (1697) 1216, 1340, 
1572 

Kip, Johannes, member of consistory 
of Lower Rhinebeck, (1752) 3217 

Kip, John Baptist, deacon at Hacken- 
sack, (1765) 3985 

Kip, Nicase A. K., elder at Hacken- 
sack, (1772) 4243, 4246 

Kip, Petrus, member of Dutch church 
of New York, (1727) 2376 

Kip, Th., member of the great con- 
sistory of the Dutch church of 
New York, (1729) 2489 

Kirby, Rev. James, (1800) 4387 

Kirchenpfleger, 3055 

Kirkpatrick, Guilliam, 4190 

Kirtland, Rev. [Samuel], 4077 

Kissam, Mr, 4176 

Kist and Moll, archives, 68 

Kiune, Peter, 2328 

Klackner, Daniel, 4242 

Klagte, or " Complaint " against Rev. 
T. J. Frelinghuysen, (1725) 2244, 
2325 

Klarksen, see Clarkson 

Klauer, George, 2437 

Klaver, Rev., see Claver, Rev. Samuel 

Kleene, Germany, 3809 

Klein, Rev., 2663. See also Selyn, 
Rev. 

Klein, Esopus, 4383; (1800) 4388 

Klerck (Klerk), Rev. Jacob, at Am- 
sterdam, 693; died, (1688) 975. 
Bee also Clerquises, Rev. Jacobus 

Kley, Rev. Y., 3044 

Klingnaut, Rev., of Amstelveen, Hol- 
land, 1183 

Klock (Clock), Abram, 557, 579 

Klock, Johann Heinrich, 3162 

Kloof, see Clove, Dutchess county, 
N. Y. 

Kloppenberg ( Cloppenberg ) , Rev. 
Johannes, 72, 73 

KIopper[t]. Cornells J., 3151-52, 
3159, 3229, 3278 

Klum, Philip, 3955, 3959 



232 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Kluppel, Rev., 2872, 2876 

Kneskern, John Peter, 1898 

Knevels, Eev. John Wernerus, called 
to St John, W. I., 3296-97, 3333 

Knibbe, Mr, 2545 

Knierus, Rev. John, see Knyf 

Knight, Madam, her description of 
New York, (1704) 1551 

Knock, A., 2871 

Knoll, Rev. Michael Christiaen, at 
Quassaick, N. Y., (1733) 2623, 
2930, 3078, 3082-84, 3095 

Knyf (Knierus), Rev. John, 273, 283, 
286-87, 291, 295 

Knyff, Captain William, 633, 646 

Kobec, see Quebec 

Koch (Cook, Kuch), Henry Michael, 
organist in Garden Street church, 
(1727) 2397-99, 2444-45, 2495 

Kocherthal (Kocherdale, Cocherthal, 
De Cockershall, Cockerill), Rev. 
Joshua, (Lutheran), items, (1708) 
1691-93; petitions to be sent to 
New York with a company of Pala- 
tines, granted, all are naturalized 
as Englishmen, (1708) 1702-3, 
1705-7; receives financial help, 
1708, 1729; rumor that some of 
them have turned pietists, (1709) 
1742; asks for additional assist- 
ance, 1801; allusions, 1837-38, 
1862, 1877-78, 1961; petition to 
Governor Hunter about the divi- 
sion of the lands given to the 
Lutherans at Quassaick Creek, 
(1718) 2124; died, (1719) 2143; 
allusions, 2144-45; wife Sibylla 
Charlotta, children Christian- 
Joshua, Benigna-Sibylla, Susanna- 
Sibylla, 2144 

Kock, Caspar, 3162 

Kock, Susannah, 3826 

Kock (Kok, Koch). See also Cock 

Koelman, Rev. Jacob, the Labadist, 
2263, 2267, 2281, 2284, 2311, 2325. 
See Coelman 

Koelmanists, 2249, 2252, 2263. See 
also Labadists 

Koen, 2587. See also Coen 



Koenen, Rev. Thomas, 106 

Koll, Jacob, 1813 

Kollum (Collum), Friesland, 2848 

KoLman, Johannes, 2222 

Kolver (Colver), John, 2780-81 

Koninck, Allard, 557 

Koningsvelt, Rev. Daniel, 40 

Koningsvelt, Rev. Henricus, 462, 492 

Konossioni, an Indian word, 1093, 
1181 

Konstable, Abraham, 4074 

Konynenberg, Jacob, printer, see 
Conynenberg and Van de Putte 

Koogh, Holland, 82 

Kool, Teunis, 4040 

Kool (Cole), William, 2803, 2843 

Koolhaas, Wilhelmus, 4100, 4108-9, 
4113, 4125, 4126, 4135, 4146-47, 
4161 

Koppernoll, George, 3162 

KoppemoU, William, 3162 

Korssen, Nicholas, 796. See also 
Gertsen, Jacop 

Kortlandt, see Van Cortlandt 

Kortrecht, Hendrick, 2803 

Kortright, Lawrence, 3986 

Kours, Barent, 557 

Kouwenhoven, John, 2513, 2555, 
3521, 3535 

Kouwenhoven, William, of New 
Amersfoort, L. I., 1990 

Kouwenhoven, William, of Three Mile 
Run, N. J., 2478 

Kouwenhoven. See also Van Couwen- 
hoven 

KranJcenbezoeTcers, ( Krankbesoeker s ) 
46, 48, 2810, 2950. See also Com- 
forters of the sick 

Kraus, Jacob, 3162 

Kregier, see Cregier 

Kremps, Johannes, 3162 

Kremps, Peter, 3162 

Krespel, see Crespel 

Krimpelman, Rev., 2345 

Krol (Crol), Bastiaen Jansz, 46; 
tablet to his memory, 48; vice di- 
rector at Fort Orange, (1628) 52; 
comforter of the sick, in Manhat- 
tan, (1626) 53; one of the first 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOKDS 



233 



Krol (Crol), Bastian Jansz (cont'd) 
elders in Manhattan, 52, 54; al- 
lusion, 57 o 

Krom, Gilbert, 684 

Krom, Gysbert, 2329 

Krom, William, 2329 

Kronenburg, H., 4164 

Kriiger, see Krieger 

Kruythof, A. W. F., 3297 

Kuauws, Ludwich, 2437 

Kuebler, Hans Jacob, 3055-56 

Kulenkamp (Culenkamp), Rev. Ger- 
ardus, 2361-62; Ms book against 
the IMoravians, copies sent to 
America, (1740) 2737-38, 2743; 
allusions, 2755-56, 2798, 2911, 
2926, 2943, 2946, 2948-^9, 2957, 
2972, 2986, 2989-91, 2997, 3023, 
3096, 3216, 3341, 3344, 3347, 3370, 
3377, 3960, 4114, 4116, 4125, 4131, 
4162, 4271 

Kunze, Rev. John Christopher, D. D., 
pastor of the German Lutheran 
church, knovra as the Swamp 
Church, (17.. -1807) 4111 

Kurz, Joh. Christoph, a Palatine, 
(1709) 1813 

Kutz, Conrad, 3162 

Kuyper, Antoniiis, 3998 

Kuvper, Cornells, 3087, 3098 

Kuvper, D., elder, 3186 

Kuyper, Dr H. H., 27 

Kuypers, Rev. Gerardus A., 2224, 
4086-87, 4248, 4352, 4363, 4367, 
4375, 4377-79, (1800) 4387, 4391 

Kuypers, Hendrick, 4086 

Kuypers, Rev. Warmoldus, called to 
Curaooa, (1763) 3842; ordained, 
3868; pastor in Curacoa, (1761- 
67) 3870-71, 4031, 4059; classis 
writes to him, (1766) 4061, 4086, 
4100, 4116-17, 4119-20, 4128-28, 
4130-33, 4135, 4138-39; arrives in 
New York, 4140, 4147-48, 4161; 
settles at Rhinebeck, (1769) 4166; 
allusions, 4211, 4243, 4246, (1784) 
4318, 4362, 4365 

Kuypers, Rev. William P., 4248, 
(1800) 4391 



Kuypers, Rev. Zachariah H., (1800) 

4387 
Kuysterman, Adrian Lourentse, 

sent as ziekentrooster to Guinea, 

192 
Kuyter (Cuyter), Jochem Pietersen, 

deacon, (1642) 164, 256 
Kwistagewene, Albany county, N. Y., 

1973 

Labadie, Jean, 2267, 2283-84, 2309 

Labadism, 2275, 2282-84, 2289; al- 
leged, of Frelinghuysen, 2249, 2250, 
2266, 2426 

Labadists, Rev. Jacob Coelman re- 
fuses to use the liturgical forms, 
to observe the church festivals, to 
submit to ecclesiastical authority, 
deposed, (1674) 656-58; warnings 
of the classes and synods against 
him, (1675-90) 675-76, 724, 746- 
47, 785, 830-31, 833, 852, 856, 869, 
871, 901, 906-9, 921, 969, 1004-5, 
1051-1100, 1232; synodical ex- 
tracts against, (1676-83), 874-76; 
allusions, 2182, 2252, 2263, 2270, 
2311, 2325, 2334. See also Coel- 
man ista 

Labagh, Rev. Isaac, 4248, (1800) 
4389 

Labagh, Rev. Peter, (1800) 4389 

Lable, Arnold, 854. See also 833, 
and Germompre 

Laborei (Labora), Rev. .James, labors 
among the Indians, 1361-63, 1392; 
minister of the French church. New 
York City, (1709) 1816; allusions, 
1513, 2293 

Lack, Englebert, 2834 

Ladenburg, Palatinate, (1705) 1602 

Lady Day, 2151, 2167 

Laer, Dominie, 535. (A mistake for 
Dommelaer; see Documents relor 
tive to the Colonial History of New 
York, 13:246) 

Laers, Rev., 520, 532, 535-36, 673 

La Fonte, Jean, 2023 



a See Dr A. Eekhof's Monograph upon Krol, published at the Hague, in Dutch, 
1910. 



234 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Laggan, presbytery of, Ireland, 877- 

78 
La Gransie [La Grange] Johannes, 

2381 
Laidlie, Rev. Archibald, allusion, 
3856; recommended by classis as 
English preacher for Dutch church 
of New York, (1763) 3872-73; 
called, 3878-80; opposition to an 
English preacher, 3880-81; call ap- 
proved by classis, 3S88-89; call 
accepted, is installed in Amster- 
dam for New York, (Oct. 3, 1763) 
3892-93, 3907-9; classis admon- 
ishes the opponents, 3898-99; re- 
marks on the call, 3904; continued 
opposition, 3900-1, 3920-21; the 
Nassau street church to have a 
gallery constructed for enlarged 
accommodations, 3909-12, 3915; 
his arrival, (1764) 3924-25; 3947- 
48; refuses to unite with the con- 
ferentie, 3929, 3931, 3967; is to 
render the English communion 
service, with preparatory and 
thanksgiving sermons in the Mid- 
dle Church, 3946; his induction 
into office, 3947-48; refuses full 
subordination to the classis, 3967, 
3973-75, 4005-8; allusions, 3993, 
4001, 4011; has the largest audi- 
ences, 4016 ; is misrepresented to 
classis, 4016-18; is blamed by 
Ritzema and De Ronde, 4020; 
writes to classis, (Oct. 28, 1765) 
4026, 4030-31, 4049-50; classis ad- 
monishes Laidlie, (1766) 4053-.56; 
allusions, 4059, 4063, 4066, 4071- 
74, 4076-77; success of his min- 
istry, another church building 
needed, (1767) 4082, 4084, 4087- 
88, 4090, 4093; allusions, 4094, 
4096, 4130, 4136, see English lan- 
guage in the Collegiate Church ; 
allusions, 4146-48, 4152, 4157, 
4159-60, 4164-65, 4172, 4191, 4193, 
4202; answer of the consistory to 
the " Dutch party " and review of 
the efforts to call an English min- 
ister, 4103-8; success of Laidlie's 



Laidlie, Rev. Archibald (continued) 

ministry, 4108, 4205, (1771) 4211, 

4240-45; allusions, 4249, 4252, 

4260-62, 4276, 4284, 4286 

Laiton, see Layton 

Lake George (Lake of the Blessed 

Sacrament), 214 
Lake of the Two Mountains, 1583 
Lakens, Rev. Abraham, 1104, 1113 
Lam, [Admiral Jan Dirckszoon], 51 
La Maire, Rev. John [Joannes], min- 
ister at Amsterdam, (1621) 33, 
[died in 1642] 
Lamberts, Jannetje, 702 
Lamberts, Thomas, 557, 702 
Lamberville (De Lamberville) , Jac- 
ques, S. J., 926, 1413-15, 1434 
Lamberville (De Lamberville), Rev. 
Jean de, S. J., (1685) corresponds 
with various parties, 904—5, 918, 
920, 938-40, 945-46, 994, 1069, 
1096 
Lambeth parish, England, 1741 
Lamersen, Joghem, precentor at 

Kinderhook, 1512 
La Meter, Jacob, 1311 
LaMiette, M., 926 
Lammertse, Widow, 3749 
La Montagne, see Montagne 
La Mothe (La Motte), Jacobus, 1200, 

1811 
Lampsins, Adrian, 357 
Lampsins, Cornelis, 357 
Lancaster, Pa., 2902-3, 3285, 4166, 

4272 
Land deeded to Kings College by 

Trinity Church, (1755) 3543 
Land grants, alleged extravagant, 
given by Governor Fletcher, partial 
list of, (1698) 1244-45; references 
to, 1262, 1277, 1285-86, 1289, 1292, 
1296-98, 1313-15, 134.5-46, 1406- 
7, 1431, 1442, 1568, 1684-88, 1704, 
1707, 1709; review of, 2193-94; an- 
nulled, 2194 
Landau, Palatinate, 1706 
Lane, Adrian, 2329 
Lane, Gysbert, 2329 
Lane, Gysbert Tyssen, 1526 
Lane, Henry, 2622-23 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



235 



Langdon, Thomas, 2133 

Lange, see De Lange 

Langelius, Eev. Herman, 328, 332, 
334, 347 

Langhen, Mr, 1963 

Langius and Gruterus, Polyanthea 
of, 155 

Languages, churches of the Dutch and 
Walloon tongues each to have their 
own consistories, (1619) 4223 

Lanks (Lancks), Adam, 3547, 3549 

Lanoyzius, Rev, Herman, 308 

Lansinck, Sander, 2647, 2649 

Lansing, Gert, 763 

Lansing (Lantsing), Jan, 1197, 1308 

Lansing, John, 3747, 3808, 3830 

Lansing, John, jr, 2670 

Lansing, John T., 3800 

Lansing, Rev. Nicholas, 4248, (1784) 
4319,4362,4364, (1800) 4391 

Lansingburg, N. Y., 4248, 4382, 
(1800) 4389 

Lansingh, Gerrit G., 2488 

Lansingh, Jacob, 2112 

Lansingh, Johannes, 2115 

Lansman, Jacob, Xotary at Amster- 
dam, 797, 799 

Lanssman, John, 1957 

Lantman ( Lantsman ) , Rev. Peter 
Jansen, 114, 116, 126, 582 

Laplyn, Joshua D., 2376 

Lappius (Loppius, Lupp), 3912 

La Roux ( Rou ) , Charles, see Le 
Roux, Charles 

Larrowa, Jonas, 2705 

Larzalere, Rev. Jacob, (1800) 4390 

Laseng, William, sr, 3082 

Laseng, William, jr, 3082 

Lasher, John, 4046-48 

Lasking, Butser, sr, 3082 

Lasking, Butser, jr, 3082 

Lassing, Andries, 3082 

Lassing, Isaac, 3082 

Latin language, tract of Megapolen- 
sis in, (1658) 427; ministerial ex- 
aminations in, (1765) 3993, 4335; 
English (in the Dutch Church) 



Latin language (continved) 

will become as easy as Latin, 
(1776) 4063; first president of 
Queens College must be able to 
dictate in Latin, (1772) 4257; Dr 
Livingston's inaugural, as profes- 
sor, in Latin, (1785) 4323 

Latin schools, none yet existing, 
(1650) 267; proposed by the com- 
pany to Stuyvesant, with Jan de 
la Montague for hypodidasculum, 
(1652) 307 ;« Domine Drisius sug- 
gests a Latin school, (May 20, 
1658) 423; the New Amsterdam 
Court petitions for such a school, 
(Sept. 19, 1658) 431-32; the com- 
pany appoints Curtius as Latin 
teacher, (Apr. 10, 1659) 442-43; 
his arrival and salary, (July 4- 
23, 1659) 443-44; also practises 
medicine and petitions for a " her- 
barium," (1660) 451, 461, 474; ex- 
acts extra pay from scholars, 478; 
suggests new conditions, (July 12, 
1661) 506; is superseded by Aegi- 
dius Luyck, (1662) 518, 578, 589, 
see also Curtius, (1684) 893, 1232, 
1247; a Latin free school started 
by Cornbury, (1704) 1552, 1555, 
see Muirsen; a Latin and English 
grammar school proposed, under 
the auspices of the Collegiate 
Church, (1765) 3999, 4001; one 
started at Hackensack, (1769) 
4141-42, see Goetschius, J. H. ; 
Jamieson ; Weekstein 

Lauch, William, 3162 

Lauchs, Adam, 3162 

Lauchs, Diederich, 3162 

Lauchs, Heinrich, sr, 3162 

Lauchs, Heinrich, jr, 3162 

Laucks, Dam, 3012 

Lauen, Mr, 1120 

Laurence, John, see Lawrence, John 

Laurensen (Lourissen), Sergeant, 
[Andriesl, at Esopus, 445-46 



a The words " public school." unflor this rpferenro, should have been translated 
" trivial school." and this pxplalns the use of tho word " hypodidasculum " here, 
for teachor. It was a Latin school which was Intended. See W. H. Kilpatrlck, 
Dutch Schools of .Vew Netherland, chapter VI. 



236 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Laurensen, Laurens, [Noorman], 

from Vleckeren, 214, 430 
Laurensen. See also Lawrence, Lou- 

rens, Louwersz 
Laurenszen, Thomas, 800, 805, 842 
Laurentius, Rev. Jacobus, 74, 143, 

146, 161-62, 382-86, 604 
Laurents, Henry, 580 
Laurisen, John, of Xewtown, L. I., 

(1661) 500 
Lauson-Charny (Lauzon), Charles 

de, governor of Canada, (1653) 

316 
Lauteren, Palatinate, 1602-3 
Laval, Mr, 659. See also Delavall 
La Vorge, Adrian, 3614 
Law, Dr, 1855 
Lawe, Richard, 511 
Lawrence, an Indian interpreter, 

(1704) 1583 
Lawrence, Mr, Smith on the Manor 

of Fordham, (1744) 2834-35 
Lawrence, Mrs, 4200 
Lawrence, Adam, 3806 
Lawrence, Sir Adam, 179 
Lawrence, Catharine, 3968 
Lawrence, Daniel, 1585 
Lawrence, Ernst, 4200 
Lawrence, John, of Flushing, L. I., 

(1648) 226; alderman of New 

York, (1667) 586, 591, 621, 643, 

674, 677-79, 871, 933, 1217 
Lawrence, Josa, 1030 
Lawrence, Sara, 1030 
Lawrence, William, of Flushing, 

L. I., 600; member of New York 

Council, 1345, 1531 
Lawrensen, James, of Newi;own, 

L. I., 500 
Lawrenson, John, one of the settlers 

of Jamaica, L. I., 464 
Lawson, Peter Isaac, a Lutheran of 

Beekman's precinct, Dutchess 

county, 3082 
Lawson, Peter Louerens, a Lutheran 

of Beekman's precinct, Dutchess 

county, 3082 
Lawsuits, in Collegiate Church, 

about the Manor of Fordham, 

(1685) 890, 960; suit lost, ap- 



Lawsuita (continued) 

peal, suit gained, (1692) 1035, 

(1722) 2189-90, (1724) 2216-17; 
history of several suits, 2223-29; 
allusions to, 2722, 3614, 3711, 3737, 
3748, 3872; for refusing certain 
votes, (1765) 3985, see Manor of 
Fordham; suit over calling an 
English minister in the Dutch 
Church of New York, (1765) 4013; 
in Trinity Church, allusions, 216, 
1339-40, 1516-18, 1590, 2041-42, 
3799; suits against Rev. Francis 
Makemie and Rev. John Hampton, 
(1706) 1669-72; suits of Rev. 
Thomas Poyer and others concern- 
ing the ministry act, (1710) 1871, 
(1712) 1909-12, 1913, 1918, 1923, 
1926-27, (1712) 1963, 1970, 1971, 
1990, (1717) 2113-15, (1718) 2126, 

(1723) 2212-13, (1724) 2231, 
(1731) 2547, 2565, 2636, 3872, 
3911, 3985-88, 4008, 4020, 4057, 
4082, 4089, 4105, 4108, 4180, 
(1771) 4231-33 

Lawyers' fees, 4089, 4105 

Laying on of hands, at baptism of 
larger children, in the East Indies, 
to be discouraged, (1629) 78, 80 

Layton (Lai ton), John, 369 

Leacock, Robert, 1008 

Learning, Rev., (Anglican), 3735 

Learning and Spicer's edition of laws, 
569 

Lean, Harmon, 3382 

Lease of Van Rensselaer at Catskill, 
binding tenant to religious serv- 
ices, (1649) 248 

Lease to Trinity Church of the 
King's farm and King's garden, 
(1697) 1227-28, 1245, 1278, 1282- 
85, 1289-90, 1315, 2719; lease an- 
nulled, (1699) 1296-98, 1312, 1490, 
1685-86, 1908, 2719; lease renewed, 
(1702) 1496, 1908 

Lebanon county. Pa., 1898 

Le Bouq[ue] (Le Bouck), Rev., of 
South Africa, 1701, 1713, 1734 

Le Bouteux (Boyteulz), Gabriel, 
1206, 1268, 1322, 1324 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOKDS 



237 



Le Boynton, Paul, 2478 

Leek, a river in province of south 
Holland, 529 

Le Compte, M., 1096 

Le Conte, Francis, 1864 

Lector, to teach Dutch, suggested, 
(1768) 4124, 4129, 4134; to teach 
theology, (1786) 4340-41 

Leddell, Joseph, 2173-75 

Le De Spencer, Lord, 4098 

Lee (Leigh), James, carpenter, 2022 

Lee (Leigh), Justina, wife of James 
Lee, 2022 

Leeds, see Catskill 

Leeman, Guilielmus, 1099 

Leenderts, Leonardus, 1100 

Leendertsen (Leenders), Paulus, see 
Van der Grift 

Leendertz, Philip, 1306 

Leerdam, Holland, 707 

Leeten (Leeting), W., 3178, 3190 

Leeuwarden, Holland, 27; Classis of, 
1979, 1988, 1995 

Le Febre, Eliah, 3671, 3686, 3792 

Le Fevre, (Andrew), Andries, 3141, 
3292 

Le Fevre, John, 2437 

Le Fevre, Matthew, 4040 

Lefferts (Leflfers), Abraham, church- 
master, (1723) 2100; allusions, 
2309, 2357, 2377, 2449, 2489; an 
elder, (1738) 2700-1, 2708, 2761- 
63, 2865, 2868-69, 3098, 3128-29, 
3167, 3174, 3417, 3536, 3556-57, 
3667, 3677, 3725, 3737, 3749, 3758- 
59, 4254 

Leflferts, Cornelis, 3727 

Lefferts, Dirck, churchmaster, (1748) 
2101; a deacon, (1752) 3212, 3878, 
4082, 4352 

Lefferts, H., elder, 3123 

Lefferts, Jacobus, 3331, 4199 

Lefferts, Jan, 3306 

Lefferts, Peter, of Kings county, 
3235, 3490 

Leffertse, Isaac, 2739 

Leffertse, Leffert, 2739, 3074, 3080, 
3178, 3617 

Le Foy, Abraham, 2329 

Le Franc, Philip, 3120 



Legacies to Collegiate Church, by 
Mayor Steemvyck of the Manor of 
Fordhani, (1684) 888-90, see 
Manor of Fordham; by Mrs Stuy- 
vesant, (1687) 934; by Mrs Gor- 
don, for the poor, 909-10; by John 
Harpending of real estate, (1724) 
2222, see Harpending 

Legal opinion, against Cornbury's ar- 
bitrary acts in relation to Dutch 
ministers, (1707) 1679; on the 
civil oath, (1765) 3994-95 

Legg, William, 684 

Leggett, Abraham, 3942 

Leggett, John, 3217, 3227 

Leggett, Theophilus, 4046 

Lehigh, Pa., 2746 

Leidich, Rev. John, 3164, 3409 

Leigh, James, see Lee, James 

Leigh, Mr, 1742 

Leigh, Justina, see Lee, Justina 

Leisler, Mrs, 1042 

Leisler (Leydsler, Leyseler), Jacob, 
subscribes 250 guilders for defense, 
(1664) 541; signs petition to sur- 
render, 557; takes oath of alle- 
giance to Great Britain, 565; sub- 
scribes 12 beavers toward min- 
ister's salary, (1666) 586; is a 
deacon in New York, (1670) 611, 
626, (1682) 800; is assessed for 
15,000 guilders, 1674) 643; com- 
plains of the false preaching of 
Rev. Nicholas Van Rensselaer, 
(1676) 689-91; his administra- 
tion, (1689-91) 962-1011; allu- 
sions, 800, 920, (1689) 963-68, 968- 
72; writes to the king, (Aug. 20, 
1689) 972, 980; a narrative of the 
oppressions under Leisler, ( 1689- 
90) 983-84; his letter to the 
bishop of Salisbury, (1690) 985- 
90; another letter to the king, 
(Mar. 1690) 902-93; Van Cort- 
landt's account of Leisler's con- 
duct, (May 19, 1690) 995-97; let- 
ter of the merchants to the king, 
(May 19, 1690), 997-98; defense 
of Leisler to the king by Captain 
Blagg, (June 24, 1690) 1000-1, 



238 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Leisler ( Leydsler, Leyseler ) , Jacob 
(contindied) 
1007; another letter of Leisler to 
the king, (Oct. 20, 1690) 1008- 
9; arrival of Governor Sloughter, 
(Mar. 19, 1691) 1012; resolution 
of the Council denouncing Leisler's 
acts; 1014; other testimonies 
against him, 1015; Leisler's speech 
at the gallows, (May 17, 1691) 
1016-17, 1022-23; memorial in be- 
half of Leisler's adherents in 
prison, (Oct. 15, 1692) 1027-29, 
1030, 1036; letter of Selyns, Varick 
and Dellius, to the classis, on their 
condition under Leisler, (Oct. 12, 
1692) 1041-45, 1047; Varick's let- 
ter on his sufferings, to the classis, 
(Apr. 9, 1693) 1048-53; a pardon 
granted to Leisler's adherents, 
(Mar. 12, 1694) 1098; Jacob Leis- 
ler, jr's account of the conduct of 
the ministers toward his father, 
(1695) 1131-32; allusions, 1222, 
1224; the forcible reburial of Leis- 
ler and Milbourne, by Bellomont's 
order, seven years after, under the 
Dutch church, (Oct. 14, 1698) 
1242, 1245-46, 1249, 1261, 1302; a 
review of the Leisler troubles by a 
partisan faction in the Dutch 
church, claiming to represent the 
consistory, (Oct. 18, 1698) 1243- 
62; allusions, 1289, 1320, 1345-46, 
1352, 1395-1400, 1418, 1431; ac- 
tion of the consistory, allowing the 
bodies to remain under the church, 
and the " arms " of Leisler to re- 
main on the wall, so long as his 
friends think proper, (1702) 1490; 
after events, 1441-42; Cornbury's 
remarks on the act of Parliament 
of 1695, reversing the attainder of 
Leisler and Milbourne, was based 
on the act of an illegal Assembly, 
(Dec. 12, 1702) 1513-14 
Leisler, Jacob, jr, petitions the king 
in reference to the legality of pro- 
ceedings against his father, and 
the confiscation of the estates of 



Leisler, Jacob, jr (continued) 

Leisler and his adherents, (Dec. 
1691) 1030-32; the trial and con- 
demnation legal, but the confiscated 
estates to be restored, 1036; allu- 
sions, 1131, 1242, 1261, 1398-99, 
1441 

Leisler faction, the, adherents to be 
pardoned, 1098, 1108, 1131-32; 
Leisler party, 1224, 1302, 1345-46, 
1352-54, 1405, 1441; sends elab- 
orate letter to the Classis of Am- 
sterdam, (Oct. 21, 1698) 1246-62 

Lekes, Samuel, 705 

Le Maire, Rev. Isaac, 611 

Le Maire (La Maire), Eev. Johannis, 
secretary of the Classis of Amster- 
dam, (1670) 614, 615. See also 
La Maire, Rev. John 

Le Maire, Resident, [at Copenhagen], 
567 

Lemannus, Rev. Cornelius, 83 

Le Mayer, Andrew, 3500 

Lemmes, Hendricsen, 676 

Lenimers, Rev. J. H., 4168 

LeMoyne (LeMoine), Father Simon, 
S. J., missionary among the In- 
dians since 1636, visits the Onon- 
dagoes in the interests of peace, 
discovers the salt springs of cen- 
tral New York, (1654) 321, 438; 
visits Beverwyck, kindly received 
by the Hollanders, 340; visits New 
Amsterdam (1657), treaty for 
trade with Canada, chats with 
Domine Megapolensis, returns to 
Fort Orange, sends letter to Me- 
gapolensis urging him to return 
into the Catholic church, (1657) 
404-5, 421-22, 434, 438-39; an- 
swer of Megapolensis, (June 1658) 
404, 439. 

Lemuyen [Leymuyden], Holland, 126 

Lennen, Jacob, 1138 

Lent, Abram, 2745 

Lent, Jacob, 2796, 2835, (1761) 3804, 
3870, 3912, 3931 

Lent, lawful for the Reformed and 
Lutherans in the Palatinate to 
eat meat during, (1705) 1602 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECORDS 



239 



Leonhardt, Wilhelm, 4372 

Leonard, J., 2225 

Lepper, Rev., 4182 

Le Queer, Isaac, 2478 

Le Roux (Le Rous, La Rou, La 
Roux), Charles, churchmaster, 
(1722) 2100, 2217, 2221, 2294, 
2378, 2449, 2489 

Le Roy, Jacob, 3922, 3931, 4069 

Le Seur, Rev., 2985 

Lespenaar (Lispenard), Anthony, 
946, 2376 

Lespinard, David, 3810 

Le Telier, David, 2237 

Lettingh, Claes, 3039 

Lettingh, Rev. Cornelius, 83 

Leucas, George, 509 

Leunens, Jacob, 557 

Leuoy, see Louvois 

Levant, the, 1072 

Leveredge, Caklas, 3173 

Leverets, Rev. William, 492 

Le Villain (e), Isaiah (J.), 1751, 
1864 

Levis, Thomas, 586 

Levy, Asser, 375, 641 

Le^vis, Mr, expounds Episcopal 
church catechism, 2746 

Lewis, Charles, son of Frederick V, 
elector in the Palatinate, (1705) 
1602, 1821, 1822-23 

Lewis, Thomas, 643, 3219 

Lewis IV, Elector Palatine, 1821 

Leyck, Jan, 366 

Leydekker, Abram, 3490, 3617 

Leydelcker, Cornelis, 3590, 3632 

Leydekker, Rev. Garret, 3925-28; or- 
dained by the Conferentie, (1765) 
3973-74, 4011, 4013, 4028-29, 4094- 
95, 4101, 4106, 4211, 4243, 4246, 
(1779) 4305O 

Leydekker, J., 3597 

Leyden (Leiden), Holland, allusions, 
84, 707, 874, 139.3, 1578, 2545^6, 
2591, 2848, classis of, 3916, 3919, 



Leyden (Leiden) (continued) 

4004; University of, allusions, 28, 
73, 129, 302, 304, 341, 573, 624, 
648, 3792, 4138; names of American 
Dutch ministers, graduates of, 
4411; graduates of the name of 
Michaulius, before 1650, 4412 

Leyden, township of, in northeastern 
New York (now Vermont), given 
to the Collegiate Church, (1770) 
41S3, 4184, 4190, (1771) 4202, 
4208, (1772) 4257, (1773) 4262- 
63, 4265 ; map of, presented to con- 
sistory, (1774) 42756 

Leydt (Lyt, Leidt, Light), Rev. 
John, allusions to, (1746) 2935, 
2957; examination and ordination, 
(1748) 3001-4, 3012, 3027-29, 
3031, 3035; allusions, 3043, 3046, 
3054-55, 3060, 3064-65, 3070, 3087, 
3098, 3117-18, 3132, 3176, 3186, 
3190, 3196, 3221, 3224-2.5, 3233, 
3234, 3236-37, 3264, 3287, 3358; 
charter of his five churches in 
Somerset county, N. J., (1753) 
3382, .3413, 3417, 3421; writes let- 
ter of coetus to classis, (1753) 
3440-43, 3456, 3471, 3490-91, 3519; 
attends convention to establish a 
classis and an academy, (1755) 
3547-52; allusions, 3554, 3584, 
3597, 3601-4; writes letter of coe- 
tus to classis, (1755) 3608-10; 
3617-19, 3630, 3652, 3654, 3687, 
3689, 3691, 3705, 3708-11; writes 
letter of coetus to classis, (1758) 
3718-20; allusions, 3737, 3754; 
writes letter of coetus to classis, 
(1759) 3744-45, 3754; his tractate 
on the rights of the presbytery or 
classis, styled " True Liberty the 
Way to Peace," sent to all the con- 
sistories of the land, (1760) 3762- 
92, 3811-12, 3815, .3831-32, 3836, 
3843, 3846-53, 3862-63, 3866-70, 



a Loyalist, served the Collegiate Church during the Revolution. For sketch, 
see Corwln's Manual. 

b See Sauthler's chorographical map of the province of New York, (1779) In 
Documentary Hintory of New York, Volume I, taking In all the land west of the 
Connecticut river, exhibiting this townsliip of Leyden, etc. But the land between 
the Connecticut and Lake Champlaln ultimately became the state of Vermont. 



240 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Leydt (Lyt, Leidt, Light) {cont'd) 
3774-77, 3883-86, 3893-97 ; his sec- 
ond pamphlet, " Defence of ' True 
Liberty the Way to Peace '," 
(1762) 3903, 3925, 3927, 3935-38, 
3962, 3978-82, 4085, 4141; is com- 
missioner to propose union with 
the German Reformed church of 
Pennsylvania, (1769) 4166, (1771) 
4211, 4243, 4246-47, 4253, 4256, 
4274, (1778), 4303, 4306-7 

Leydt, Rev. Matthew, 4307 

Leydt, Rev. Peter, 4248 

Libenwood (Liebenrood) , John G., of 
London, (1763) 3856, 3909, 3933 

Libersma, Rev. Hers [Hermanus?], 
1298 

Liberties of the Dutch churches, 
granted at the surrender, (1664) 
558, 562, 564; the Duke's Laws 
for Long Island and Staten Island, 
(1665) 570, 572; fear of changes 
in the government of the church, 
(1668) 596; confirmation of title 
to the churcli in the fort by Gov- 
ernor Colve, in anticipation of the 
resurrender of the province, (1674) 
649-50; duke of York recommends 
Rev. Nicholas Van Rensselaer, an 
Anglican ordained minister, to the 
Dutch church of New York or Al- 
bany, (1674) 652, 678-81; obliged 
to conform to the Dutch church 
rules before being allowed to offi- 
ciate, 681-82, 684-85; the freedom 
granted in 1664, continued by An- 
dros, (1674) 662; the Duke's Laws 
extended over all New York, 
(1674) 655-56, 1592; allusions to 
the danger of the church losing her 
liberties very frequent in the let- 
ters, the Dutch fear to go before 
English judges with ecclesiastical 
cases, (1678) 712,713,719, (1679) 
721, (1680) 755, (1681) 775-76 
779, 783, 790-93; the Dutch 
church of New York City, to pre- 
serve her liberties, petitions for a 
charter, (1688) 952-53, (1695) 
1116-17, 1127-28; the charter se- 



Liberties of the Dutch churches (ctd.) 
cured, (1696) 1130-65; Bellomont's 
allusion to this charter, (1698) 
1274, 1280, 1344, 1349 

Cornbury, ministry act (in the 
Anglican sense), to be enforced, 
(1703) 1518, 1526, 1529-31, 1690; 
a bill for granting sundry privi- 
leges to Trinity Church, by a new 
act of incorporation, (1704) 1558, 
1563-66, 1566-69; Cornbury's sei- 
zure of the Presbyterian parsonage 
of the Presbyterian church at Ja- 
maica, (1704) 1570-1, 1610; au- 
thorizes Stephen Gracherie to read 
service in the Dutch church of 
Kingston, (1704) 1574; orders the 
justices of Queens county to levy 
a tax on all the inhabitants to 
support the Anglican minister, 
1575-76; attempts to compel the 
people of Kingston to support 
Hepburn, an Anglican minister, 
1576; another amendment to the 
ministry act, to enforce it in an 
Anglican sense, (1705) 1590, 1595; 
gives a civil license to Freeman 
to officiate in Dutch churches 
which have not called him, (Dec. 
26, 1705) 1607; his arbitrary and 
insulting conduct toward Domines 
Beys and Antonides, his refusal to 
allow them to preach without his 
civil license, (1706) 1615-19, 1635- 
38, 1699, 1700; historical account 
of ecclesiastical affairs in Kings 
county aggravated by the gov- 
ernor's position, 1639-45, 1646-57, 
1657-62, 1663-68; the governor's 
treatment of Makemie and Hamp- 
ton, Presbyterian ministers, 
(1706) 1669-72; his order to the 
regular consistory at Flatbush to 
deliver up the books of the church 
to the opposing faction — his 
friends, (1706) 1608; a legal 
opinion as to tlie illegality of the 
order, 1679-80; a report expected 
from Buys, the grand councilor of 
Holland, on the liberties of the 



EOOLESIASTIOAL EEOOEDS 



241 



Liberties of the Dutch churches (c't'd) 
Dutch church, (1707) 1689; recall 
of Cornbury, his general character, 
1711 

Classis writes that the dissen- 
sions on Long Island are very det- 
rimental to the liberties of the 
Dutch church, (1709) 1756-58; 
the civil assembly direct Domines 
DuBois and Antonides to ordain 
Van Vleck as chaplain to the 
Dutch troops, they refuse, it be- 
ing contrary to the church order, 

(1709) 1760-61, 1807-8; Councilor 
Buys, in Holland, has promised his 
assistance to the classis in behalf 
of the rights of the Dutch church 
in America, (1709) 1803; further 
oflBcial promises of civil function- 
aries to assist in maintaining the 
rights of the Dutch church, but 
with few results, (1710) 1845, 
1857, (1711) 1887-88, (1713) 1974, 
1994 ; the classis censures Freeman 
for his conduct which threatens the 
loss of the liberty of the churches, 

(1710) 1859, (1711) 1890, see 
Poyer; allusions, (1714) 2029, 
2031, 2035, (1715) 2091, 2365, 
2367, 2413, 2415, 2606, 2741, 2799, 
3020, 3607, 3638, 3657, 3851-53, 
3961, 3963, 4197, 4228, 4251 

Liberty of conscience and worship 
(freedom of conscience), allowed 
by the Dutch government, but 
conventicles forbidden, (1656) 
343; ostensibly allowed, in instruc- 
tions, to Colonel Nicolls, (1664) 
545 ; secured for the Dutch 
churches by the articles of capitu- 
lation at the surrender, (1664) 
558, 1658; allowed by the Duke's 
Laws, (1665) 572; complete lib- 
erty of public worship allowed in 
New Jersey, by the concessions of 
Berkeley and Carteret, (1665) 
569, (1672) 627; charter of liber- 
ties, James, the duke, gives com- 
plete freedom of public worship to 
all, (1683) 864-65; vetoed by him 

16 



Liberty of conscience and worship 
(continued) 
when he became king, (1685) 
894-96; allusions, 954, 991, 1034, 
1214; William's act of toleration 
allowed freedom of worship to all 
Christians, except Papists, (1689) 
1658, 1807 ; the ministry act of 
1693, does not restrict freedom of 
worship except by a perverted in- 
terpretation, (1691) 1016, (1693) 
1076-79; amendments to the min- 
istry act tended to restriction of, 
(1705) 1596; Governor Cornbury 
demanded that all preachers must 
obtain a license from him, 1660, 
1670, see Licenses; the Dutch in- 
sist on the liberty granted at the 
surrender, (1706) 1658, 3481 

Liberty of conscience and worship in 
the Palatinate, (1705) 1601-6, 
(1707) 1674-79, (1709) 1793 

Libraries, of Rev. John Megapolensis, 
(1642) 155; of Jonas Bronck, 
(1642) 168; one at Harlem, in care 
of Rev. Beys, (1712) 1899; of 
Rev. Daniel Bondet, of 400 vol- 
umes, which was given to the 
French church of New Rochelle, 
(1722) 1891; a small parochial 
library under the care of Rev. Mr 
Vesey, (1722) 2191, 2735; Rev. 
Mr Poyer, at Jamaica, had a small 
parochial library, (1724) 2230; 
allusion to the New York State 
Library, 566 

License to sell liquor in Albany, 
(1727) 2397, 2478 

Licenses to preach by civil authority 
never required until Cornbury's 
time, 1659-60; Cornbury informed 
of the intention of Kings county 
calling a minister from Holland, 
made no objection, (1702) 1639; 
Freeman's intrigues to secure the 
call, 1639; a portion of the people 
desired Freeman as teacher of the 
Indians, the governor's permission 
necessary, petition to the governor, 
his refusal, 1506-7, 1639, 1640; 



242 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Licenses to preach (continued) 

another petition to the governor, 
1503, (1703) 1532, 1640, 1764; the 
call, (May 4, 1703) 1522-26; but 
finally declined, 1532-37, 1640-41, 
1764; subsequently called to New 
Utrecht alone, (1705) 1596; but 
with the governor's license to 
preach in all churches of Kings 
county, 1607, 1643, 1983; call sent 
by the other churches to Holland, 
accepted by Antonides, 1642, 1982; 
Antonides obliged to seek a civil 
license in self-defense, at first re- 
fused, 1642-43, 1699; but finally 
granted, 1765-66; Beys, called to 
Kingston, forbidden to preach 
without a civil license, (1706) 
1615-18, 1645, 1699; but finally al- 
lowed, 1667 

Licensures to preach, (1771) 4214, 
(1784) 4323 

Liddle, Joseph, (1719) 4047 

Liege, Rev., 3148 

Liege, Belgium, 36 

Liegern, John H., 4372 

Light, see Leydt 

Lijcochthon, Rev. Cornelius, minis- 
ter at Amsterdam, 668 

Limburg, a student, 2893 

Limburg, Belgium, 36 

Limerick, Thomas Dongan, earl of, 
see Dongan, Thomas 

Linas, Rodger, 498 

Lincoln, lord bishop of, 1787 

Lincoln's Inn, London, 509 

Linen manufactures, 1780, 1786, 1791 

Lingen, Germany, 2618, 4127; Uni- 
versity of, 2805; classis of, 1341, 
1343-44, 1349-50, 1385, 1389, 1440, 
1532, 1535 

Linlithgow, N. Y., Anglican church 
at, (1776) 4290; allusion to Dutch 
church of, (1800) 4383, 4388 

Linn, Rev. William, (1787) 4345, 
4348, 4352, 4362-63, 4365-66, 4375, 
4377, (1800) 4387 

Liquier, Abram, 3620 

Lisbon, Portugal, 1861 

Lischy, Rev. Jacob, 3166, 3409 



Lispenard, Leonard, churchmaster, 
(1743) 2101, 3123, 3508, 3518, 
3544, 3556, 3803 

Lispenard. See also Lespinard 

Lists of American Dutch Reformed 
ministers and churches, (1774) 
4283, (1784) 4317-19,4330, (1800) 
4382-84, 4387-91 

Lists of Dutch and French ministers 
and churches in America, ( 1628- 
1700) 4405-7 

Lists of "subscriptions," (only speci- 
mens ) , to the " Formulas " in the 
classis of Amsterdam, (1578-1700) 
4407-9 

Litchfield, Ct., 3502, 3817, 4295 

Lithuania, 2919 

Little Compton, 1361 

Little Falls, N. Y., 1245, 1583 

Little Plains, L. I., 1516 

Liturgical forma, 2262-63, 3263 

Liturgy of the Dutch church, 27, 46; 
translated by Laidlie and published 
by the Collegiate Church in Eng- 
lish, (1764) 3921,3924,4010,4076, 
4367; a new or revised translation 
published by general synod, (1793) 
4367 

Liturgy, the old, (1660) 475 

Livingston, Alderman, (1757) 3700> 
(1765) 3983 

Livingston, Alida, 2218 

Livingston, Gilbert, trustee of Wall 
street Presbyterian church. New 
York, (1719) 2174-75, 4047 

Livingston, Gilbert, elder at Po'keep- 
sie, (1774) 4276 

Livingston, Henry, Jr, 4353 

Livingston, James, 3208, 3508, 3515, 
3544 

Livingston, John, a deacon, (1752) 
3212, 3508, 3544, 3830 

Livingston, John, ( Rev. ) , of Scotland 
and Holland, 530 

Livingston, Rev. Dr John H., to be 
called to New York, (1768) 4136; 
the call, 4145-47, 4164; examina- 
tion and licensure, 4162-63; ac- 
cepts the call, 4169, 4171-72, 4174, 
4184; his ordination, 4182-84, 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



243 



Livingston, Rev. Dr John H. (cont'd) 
4189; his arrival in New York, 
4191, 4194; congratulations of 
classis to the consistory, 4194-95; 
sends out an invitation to a gen- 
eral convention, (Sept. 1771) 
4209; welcomes the members, 4210, 
4226; reports the result to the 
classis, 4226-28, 4240; allusions, 
4218, 4245, 4250, 4252, 4262-63, 
4265, 4272; recommended for pro- 
fessor of theology, 4278-80, 4283, 
4288; preaches before the second 
convention, (June 1772) 4242-43; 
officiates at Poughkeepsie during 
the latter part of the Revolution, 
(1781-83) 4309; writes to Dr 
Westerlo about the proper location 
of the professorship [in Kings Col- 
lege, at Princeton; or New Bruns- 
wick], (1783) 4312-14; \vrites to 
Dr Dirck Romeyn about a univer- 
sity, (1784) 4315; allusion, 4317; 
is elected professor of theology, 
(Oct. 1784) 4322-23; classis in- 
formed of his appointment, 4323- 
25 ; nominated by Queens College 
as its professor of theology, 
(1785) 4327; assumes office with 
a Latin inaugural, (1785) 4329-31; 
allusions, 4334-41; his action in 
reference to the incorporation of 
churches, (1786) 4338-39, 4341, 
4343, 4346; allusions 4340-41; on 
committee to draft a form of call, 
4343, 4354; chairman of committee 
to prepare a better version of the 
Psalms in English, (1787) 4345, 
4356, 4365; chairman of committee 
to translate the standards of the 
church, the church order and the 
liturgy, (1788) 4348, 4350; par- 
tial reports, 4352, 43.55, 4358, 4363, 
4365; presents petition from sev- 
eral parties to petition Congress to 
print the Bible, (1790) 4355; issues 
the newly translated Constitution, 
embracing the standards, the lit- 
urgy and the church order, (1793) 
4367; his letter on the difficulties 
of the professorship, (1796) 4373- 
76, 4381, 4387 



Livingston, Peter R., trustee in Pres- 
byterian church, (1766) 4047-48 

Livingston, Peter Van Brugh, (1736) 
2669-72, (1763) 3911,4046-48 

Livingston, Pliilip, an attorney in Al- 
bany, allusions to, (1715) 2091- 
92; Indians present a petition 
against him and Rev. Henry Bar- 
clay respecting a plot of land, 
(1746) 2934 

Livingston, Philip, an elder in Col- 
legiate Church of New York, 
(1748) 2996, 3024, 3085, 3395 

Livingston, Philip, a deacon in Col- 
legiate Church, (1750) 3123,3500; 
an elder, (1755) 3556, 3700, 3725, 
3727 ; presents petition for an Eng- 
lish minister, (1762) 3817, 3830, 
3971, 4001, 4061, 4080; one of the 
trustees of Queens College, (1767) 
4085, (1768) 4135 

Livingston, Robert, patent for the 
Manor of Livingston, has the pa- 
tronage of the church on hia 
manor, (July 22, 1686) 920, 972; 
allusions, 992, 1008-9, 1019, 1068, 
1315, 1329, 1345, 1358-59, 1362, 
1377, 1378-84, 1392, 140,5, 1423- 
24, 1427; report of his journey to 
the Onondagas, pleads for Prot- 
estant missionaries, (1700) 1350, 
(1701) 1466; reports that six 
missionaries are needed for the In- 
dians of central New York, (1703) 
1514, 1532; two good men have 
been found for missionaries, Messrs 
Moore and Smith, (1703-4) 1549, 
1555-56; need of presents, the 
Queen allows £20 to all mission- 
aries going to the plantations, 
1556; reports to the House that the 
ministers have no power to ordain 
Van Vlcck, (1709) 1761; contract 
of Governor Himter with Living- 
ston to victual the Palatines, 
(1710) 1872-73; the Palatines re- 
move to the Livingston Manor, 
2147, 2169; Livingston sells 6000 
acres of his manor, called " The 
Camp," to Queen Anne, through 
Governor Hunter, for the residence 



244 



TKE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOBK 



Livingston, Robert (continued) 
of the Palatines, (Sept. 29, 1710) 
2218-19; Livingston furnishes 
boards for a schoolhouse, (1711) 
1877; John Conrad Weiser settles 
on the manor, (1711) 1898, 2168- 
69; allusion, 2092; Livingston ob- 
tains a new patent for his manor, 
(1715) 2095; petitions for permis- 
sion to collect funds to build a 
church, (June 21, 1721) 2181; al- 
lusion, 2172; the 6000 acres, called 
" The Camp," to be divided up 
among the people, and 40 acres to 
be set apart for a glebe for the 
minister, (Aug. 7, 1724) 2222, 
2580, 3147 

Livingston, Robert, jr, 1306, 1402; 
mayor of Albany, (1713) 1972, 
(1715) 2105, (1718) 2120, 2172 

Livingston, Robert, jr, a deacon in 
New York, (1737) 2700 

Livingston, Robert, jr, of the manor, 

(1752) 3216-17, 3226, 3251, 3294, 
3302-3 

Livingston, Colonel Robert, 4085, 

(1772) 4254 
Livingston, Robert H., 4353 
Livingston, William, one of the 
trustees of college funds, (1751) 
3208; brief sketch of, 3332; his 
papers on the importance of an un- 
sectarian college, (1753) 3338-41; 
appeals to all denominations not to 
allow the proposed college (Kings), 
to be under sectarian influences, 

(1753) 3366-69; his argiunents on 
the question, " Was the Church of 
England ever established in the 
colonies," 3427-32 ; note on his and 
other papers of the times, 3456- 
57; his twenty unanswerable rea- 
sons against a sectarian college, 
3478, 3516-18; signs petition, 
officially, for a college charter, 

(1754) 3479; his letter to Chaun- 
cey Whittlesey, 3487-88; his letter 
to Noah Welles, 3501 ; is one of the 
trustees of the college, 3508 ; pro- 
poses an unsectarian bill for a 



Livingston, William (continued) 
college, 3523-25; his address to 
Governor Hardy, (1755) 3621, 
3728, 4052; writes to the bishop of 
Llandaff, 4084; to Rev. Samuel 
Cooper in reference to bishops in 
America, (1768) 4113-14 

Llandaff, bishop of, 4084, 4114-15 

Llockwood, Jonathan, 365 

Lloyd, Thomas, 1140 

Loando St Paulo, see St Paul de 
Loanda 

Lochimer Voorwerk, East Friesland, 
2121 

Locke, [John], member of the Board 
of Trade, 1170 

Lockhart, Dr George, 893, 2110 

Lockier, Rev. Mr, of Rhode Island, 
1557 

Lockstedt, George, 2052, 2122, 2144- 
45; wife, Anna Elizabeth, children, 
Margaratha, Anna Sarah, Cath- 
arine, 2144 

Lodge, Abram, 3508 

Lodge, Cornells, 2026, 2927, 2997, 
3017, 3057 

Lodowyck (Lodwick, Lodwik, Lode- 
wick, Lodevpyck), Colonel Charles, 
998, 1125, 1190, 1203, 1264, 1322, 
1353, 1421 

Lodvpyck, lives on the Poor Bouwery 
at Brooklyn, 368 

Loenen, Holland, church of, 2405 

Log College, 2565, 2735, 2746 

Lokenius, Rev. [Lars], Lutheran 
preacher on the Delaware, 395-96, 
550 

Lokermans (Lockermans, Loocker- 
man), Jacob, deacon, (1690) 1004, 
1317, 1337, 1342 

Lokermans. See also Loockermans 

London, England, bishop of, sends a 
memorial to the king respecting 
churches in the plantations, (1677) 
693 ; requests that Penn's patent 
should be made to admit an Angli- 
can chaplain, (1681) 759; allusion, 
(1689) 961; letter to, from Peter 
Reverdye, 982 ; Anglican ministers 
must have certificates from, (1689) 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



245 



London, England (continued) 

991, (1692) 1034; allusions to, 
1037, 1097; is the first rector of 
Trinity Church, (1697) 1144-45; 
ordains William Vesey, (Aug. 2, 
1697) 1185-86; allusions to, 
(1697) 1219, (1698) 1226, (1699) 
1290, 1297; requests Vesey to sub- 
mit to Bellomont, (1699) 1313, 
1330-31; Bellomont writes to, 
1333-35; allusion, (1700) 1393; 
indorses the Indian work of Dom- 
ine Dellius, 1426; informs Vesey 
of the speedy recall of Bellomont, 
1430; is informed of suspension of 
Eev. Symon Smith, by Bellomont, 
(1701) 1440; suggests a Suflfragan 
for America, (1705) 1611, (1707) 
1690-91; the Dutch ministers re- 
quest the classis of Amsterdam to 
seek a general order from the 
bishop of London, to require the 
governors to give the Dutch 
churches their guaranteed liberties, 
(1706) 1661-62; is requested to 
provide a German minister for the 
Palatines, (1709) 1739; allusion 
to, 1772; Henry, lord bishop of, 
1787; ordains the French minister, 
Bondet into Anglican orders, upon 
his conforming, (Nov. 9, 1709) 
1808; an address sent to, by nine 
Anglican ministers, about min- 
isterial widows, (Nov. 24, 1709) 
1809; allusions to, 1879-80, 1901, 
1949, 1991; approves of Rector 
Vesey's proposed visit to England, 
makes him his commissary in 
America, (1714) 2052-53, 2096; 
is requested to examine the Ger- 
man translation of the prayer book, 
(1715) 2076; Lords of Trade rep- 
resent to him the necessity of mis- 
sionaries among the Indians, in 
opposition to the French priests, 
(Aug. 18, 1715) 2096; allusions, 
2127, 2299; is commissioned by 
George II to exercise Episcopal 
jurisdiction over all Anglican 
churches in America, (1728) 2407- 



London, England [continued) 

13; allusions, 2535, 2552, 2596, 
2612, 2615; Rev. Mr Vesey writes 
to, (1733) 2635; is informed of 
Mr Vesey's death, (1746) 2933 

London, England, Board of Trade, 
1693; 840 Dutch residents, with 
1400 French and Walloons, (1634) 
117, 509; the Dutch church of 
Austin Friars at, 116, 117; this 
church gives a certificate to Rev. 
Nicholas Van Rensselaer, 623-24; 
letter from the Reformed ministers 
of, to the Classis of Amsterdam, 
telling of the persecutions of the 
Reformed in England, Scotland and 
Ireland, the churches of Holland 
collect about $9000 for their relief, 
(1643) 177-83; allusions, 877, 
926, 982-83, 1037; flight of the 
Palatines to, (1709) 1824-26; cor- 
respondence of the church of 
Austin Friars with the Collegiate 
Church of New \ork, (1698-99) 
1243-44, 1300-1 

Long, Jeremiah, 1813, 2172-73, 2185 

Longhenback, Mr, 1740 

Long Island, founding of Newtown 
and Flatbush, (1652) 314; West 
India Company willing to support 
a minister on, (1654) 322, 324; 
arrival of Domine Polhemus, 110, 
330, 332, 350, 355, see Polhemus; 
7 villages on Long Island, 3 Dutch, 
4 English, (1657) 396; the island 
coveted and seized by the English, 
(1664) 545, 550, 552; east end 
possessed by Congregationalists, 
559; convention of its inhabitants 
to indorse the Duke's Laws, (1665) 
568; gave support to the English 
at the surrender, 575; the Congre- 
gational churches petition the re- 
newed Dutch government for free- 
dom of religion (1673) 629,630; the 
Reformed religion to be main- 
tained, 637; death of Domine Pol- 
hemus, (1676) 688; petition to 
Governor Andros from the Congre- 
gational churches for some plan for 



246 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Long Island {continued) 

the maintenance of ministers, 
(1677) 705; salaries to be assessed, 
708; Domine Van Zuuren succeeds 
Polhemus, (1677), see Van Zuu- 
ren; Baptists and Quakers on Long 
Island, (1685) 906-7; Domine Van 
Zuuren resigns, is succeeded by 
Varick (1685), see Varick; condition 
of the churches on Long Island, 
(1688) 956; Eev. Jeremiah Hobart 
at Hempstead, Rev. Eliphalet 
Jones preaching at Madnan's 
Neck, (1682) 844-48,850-51; allu- 
sion to Easthampton, 871; allusion, 
876; Dutch Quakers have come to 
Long Island, (1685) 906-7; Varick 
called to Kings county, (1685) 911; 
Rev. Samuel Hepburn at Brook- 
haven, (1685) 912, 922; Rev. 
Thomas James pastor at Easthamp- 
ton, (1686) 924-25, 927-28; Rev. 
Jeremiah Hobart complains of 
failure of salary, (1686) 929, 
1021; Rev. Samuel (Eburne) Hep- 
burn complains of failure of sal- 
ary, (1686) 932; allusions, 944, 
964, 977, 987, 1009, 1028, 1051; 
Rev. John Prudden of Jamaica, 
makes similar complaint, (1688), 
960; called Nassau Island, 1066, 
1227; call of Lupardus to Kings 
county, (1695) 1131; William 
Vesey preaches at Sag and Hemp- 
stead, before being called to Trinity 
Church, (1696) 1175, see also An- 
tonides; Freeman; Kings county; 
Suffolk county; Queens county; 
Van Sinderin, Arondeus, (1776) 
4290, 4295; battle of, 4298 

Longueville, Rev. [David] Presby- 
terian minister at Amsterdam, 
3854, 3859, 3872-73, 3905, 3907, 
3917, 3921, 3947, 3975, 3999, 4114, 
4116, 4125, 4145, 4147, 4189 

Loockermans, Govert, 84, 259, 556, 
564, 574 

Lookerly, Nick, 365 

Loonenburgh, Albany county, N. Y., 
3084 



Looten, Charles, 148 

Lord, D., 2227 

Lord's day (Sabbath, Sunday), bill 
for better observance of, (1673) 
632-33, (1692) 1039, 4257 

Lords, John, 364-65 

Lords of Trade, memorial to, by 
Brook and Nicolls, requesting the 
strengthening of the province 
against the French, (1696) 1133; 
propose plan for keeping friend- 
ship with the Indians, (1696) 1166; 
report of, on the northern colonies, 
(1696) 1174; assert that the colo- 
nial subjects have too great liberty, 
propose a charter for New York 
like that of Virginia, (1697) 1180; 
Bellomont writes to, on his re- 
burial of Leisler and Milbourne, 
(1698) 1245; Boyle writes to, 
(1708) 1706; write to earl of 
Dartmouth, (1713) 1997; write to 
Lord Carteret, (1722) 2192; write 
to the king, reviewing the history, 
(1722) 2192-94 

Lord's prayer, 2353, 2385 

Lords spiritual, 952 

Lord's supper, (1619) 4224; first 
celebration of, in New Amsterdam, 
(1628) 53, 54; alleged illegal ad- 
ministration of, (1656) 361-62; al- 
lusions, 2354, 2417-18, 2434, 4107, 
4200; rule of order concerning, 
(1771) 4224 

Lords temporal, 962 

Losey, Samuel, 3099 

Losey (Losie), Simon, 3133, 3288 

Lot, election of elder to be decided 
by, 1204-5, 1208, 1266, 1268, 1276 

Lott, Mr, 3441 

Lott, Abraham, jr, churchmaster. 
New York, (1758) 2101, 3677 

Lott, Abraham, sr, churchmaster. 
New York, (1754) 2101; deacon. 
(1756, 1760, 1763), 2749 

Lott, Abraham, jr, 3803, 3826_27, 
3830, 3915-16, 3922, 3968, 3971, 
4001, 4010, 4013, 4018, 4082, 4085, 
4136, 4145, 4152, 4163, 4191, 4243, 
4245, 4252, 4260, 4263, 4281 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECORDS 



247 



Lott, Abraham, elder in Queens 
county, (1742) 2780-81; allusions 
as a delegate, 28S7-SS, 2890, 2974, 
3012, 3027-28, 3030, 3038-39, 3042, 
3053, 3087, 3098, 3101-2, 3132, 
3186-87, 3190, 3234-35, 3413, 3421, 
3578 

Lott, Abraham P., 3909, 3934, 4018, 
4082, 4260-61 

Lott (Loth), Engelbert, 1198, 1526, 
1608, 1714-15, 1721, 1799; enters 
caveat against proposed charter of 
Kings county Dutch churches, 
caveat not allowed, but no char- 
ter given, (1711) 1SS5, 1887, 3030, 
4211, 4243, 4246 

Lott, H., 3464 

Lott, James, 3030 

Lott, Johannes (Jan, John), elder of 
Kings county, 2782-84, 2788-89, 
2804-5, 2894, 2899, 3024, 3027, 
3074, 3080, 3127, 3176, 3178, 3187- 
88, 3190, 3224, 3250, 3420, 3444, 
3462, 3471, 3473, 3538, 3541-42, 
3547, 3549, 3560, 3565, 3580-82, 
3596, 3616, 3663, 3686, 3688, 3733 

Lott, Joris, 3331 

Lott, Peter, churchmaster, (1744) 
2101, 3013, 3025, 3556, 3725, 3727, 
3737, 3826, 3841, 3853, 3869, 3872, 
3900, 4059, 4069, 4096, 4171 

Lotteries, to raise money for a col- 
lege, (1751-54) 33S4, 3446, 3506, 
3525-26; for a church forbidden by 
the Legislature, (1794) 4369 

Lou, Jan, Abraham, 4033 [Abraham 
Low, son of Jan Low. See also 
Louw and Low] 

Louisa Julia, of Orange, 1782, 1821 

Louisburg, Canada, 2921 

Louis XIV (Ludovicus), 653, 666, 
974, 1783-84 

Lourens, Jacob, carpenter, 484 

Lourier, Edward, 4135, 4249 

Lourissen, see Laurensen 

L'Outarde, an Indian, 994 

Louvois( Levoy, Louvoy), [Louis 
Francois le Tellier, Marquis] de. 
Minister of War, 921, 924, 928 

Louw, C, 2449, 2489 



Louw, Gideon, 3437, 3446, 3746 

Louw, Jacobus, 3446 

Louw, Peter, 2793, 3621 

Louw (Low), Petrus, translates the 
Hallenbroek catschism, 3999, 4007 

Louw. See also Low 

Louwersz, Claas, 1310 

Love gifts, 2676 

Lovelace, Francis, governor of New 
York (1668-73), his administra- 
tion, 597-628; decision respecting 
the preachers bouwerie at Esopus, 
(1668) 597; indorses Rev. Tliomas 
James's plan to prepare a cate- 
chism for the Montauk Indians, 
will print his translations, 598- 
600; confirms the proceedings for 
collecting the arrearages of salary 
of Rev. Francis Doughty, 600-1; 
approves of punishing Rev. Fa- 
bricius of New Castle, (1669) 607; 
permits Fabricius to remove from 
New York to Delaware, (1670) 
609; guarantees a salary to the 
Dutch minister who may be called, 
611, 612, 615, 619; forbids the 
taxing of Domine Polhemus for 
salary, 616; purchases the Anneke 
Jans property, (1670) 1517; re- 
bukes the minister at Southold, for 
collecting his salary by distress 
from those of other creeds, and for 
refusing to baptize certain chil- 
dren, (1671) 618-19; permits an as- 
sessment to build a parsonage at 
Brooklyn, 620; permits Domine 
Fabricius to preach his farewell 
sermon and install his successor 
[Arensius], (1671) 621; permits 
Martin Iloofman to go to Dela- 
ware, to collect money to build a 
Lutheran church in New York, 
(1672) 622; orders the town of 
Hempstead to pay Mr. Charlton, 
their teacher, 623; reconquest of 
New York by the Dutch, (1673) 
628-29; 1591-92; confiscation of 
his estate to the duke, 1517; allu- 
sion, 3890 



248 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Lovelace, John, Lord, governor of 
New York, 1707, 1709; his admin- 
istration, 1713-34; his voyage over, 
distress from ice and cold, (1708) 
1712; petition to, of Domine An- 
tonides's elders against the claims 
of Domine Freeman, order thereon, 
(1709) 1713-14; petition to, of 
Domine Freeman's elders and or- 
der thereon, 1714-15; unable yet 
to assign lands to the poor Protes- 
tant Germans, has supported them 
on his own credit, 1720-21; ex- 
tracts from the journal of the 
House of Commons, concerning 
these German Palatines, (1708-9) 
1724-32; the Queen will tempo- 
rarily support them, 1733-34; 
petition of the Independents con- 
cerning their rights at Jamaica, 
(1709) 1894; death of Governor 
Lovelace, 1742, 1894; allusions, 
1693, 1707, 1757, 1770, 1797, 1838, 
1874, 1946, 1978, 2143, 2145, 
3171-72 

Low (Louw), Abraham, of Kings- 
ton, (1769) 4149,4268,4282 

Low, Albert, 2328 

Low (Loew), Benjamin, 4040, 4192, 
4229 

Low, Cornelis, 2100, 2377, 4240 

Low, Ephraim, 4033 

Low, Jacob, 4033 

Low, John, 4046 

Low, Morin, 3729 

Low, Peter, 2101, 3747 

Low, Peter, (1766) 4076; chorister in 
North Church, (1770), 4180, 4201 

Low. See also Lou, Louw 

Lowe, Rev. Peter, pastor at Flatbush, 
(1787) 4248, 4348, 4352, 4362, 
4364, (1800) 4387 

Lower Canajoharie, N. Y., (1800) 
4389 

Lower Palatinate, 1781-82; 1821 

Lower Red Hook, N. Y., (1800) 4388 

Lower Rhinebeck, N. Y., 3215-16, 
3226-27; 3303, 3312, 3327, 3334, 
3465-66, 3488, 3540, 3562 

Lower Schoharie, N. Y., 4383 

Lozier, Jacobus, 3632, 3759 



Lubbert ( Lubberts ) , Jan, (1658) 427 

Lubbertsen, Frederic, 368 

Lucas, Barbara, wife of Teunis Janse, 
703 

Lucassen, Jan, 2739 

Ludlow, Gabriel, 1149, 1181, 1298 

Ludlow, Henry, 3017 

Ludlum, Henry, 2128, 2135 

Ludlum Samuel, 2128, 2135 

Ludolph, Henry William, 1692, 1739, 
1742, 1788 

Ludovicus XIV, see Louis XIV 

Luerman G. Dirck, 3076 

Luersen ( Ludister ) , Carsten, 642, 
951, 1202, 1357 

Luik, Egidius, see Luyck, Aegidius 

Luilna, Abram, 1168 

Luister, Captain Cornelis, 4041, 4045 

Lullinus, Rev., 244 

Lumley, [Richard, 2d], Viscount, 
member of the Privy Council, 961, 
1002 

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, (1772) 4249 

Lung, Abraham, 3901, 3913, 3925 

Lupardus, Christianus, 2876 

Lupardus, Rev. William, called to 
Kings county, L. I., examined and 
ordained, (1695) 1130-31, 1171; 
died, (1701) 1545, 1573; allusions, 
1177, 1183, 1187, 1198, 1503, 1506, 
1522, 1524, 1553, 1579, 1639, 1659, 
1713, 1763, 1766 

Lupp (Lapp, Lappius), Rev. John 
Caspar, 3687-88 

Lupton, Rev. Brandt Schuyler, 4248 

Lupton, William, 3968, 4200 

Lurting (Lurten), Robert, 1134, 
1139, 1148, 1176, 1178, 1181, 1217, 
1312, 1322, 1326, 1572-73 

Luther, Martin, 429, 483, 720 

Lutherans in New Netherland, peti- 
tion to have a minister and serv- 
ices of their own, opposed by the 
New Amsterdam ministers, the 
classis and the West India Com- 
pany, (1653) 317-18, 320-24, 326, 
335, 348; the company somewhat 
yielding to the Lutheran request, 
(16561 352, 354-55, 357; they 
petition Stuyvesant and his Council 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECORDS 



249 



Lutherans in New Netherland (cont'd) 
to be allowed to hold services, not 
allowed, 358-59 ; the classis op- 
posed to granting them privileges, 
360, 372; the company inclined to 
permit free worship generally, 374, 
376; permission had been given to 
the Swedes on the Delaware to 
have a Lutheran minister, 340, 
375, 377, 395-96; a Lutheran 
minister, Gutwasser arrives in 
New Amsterdam, 377, 379-82; the 
Reformed ministers petition the 
city authorities against him, 
their petition successful, (1657) 
386-90; Gutwasser forbidden to 
preach, and ordered to leave the 
country, 393-94, 404, 409, 420; 
the Lutherans petition against his 
banishment, but unsuccessfully, 
405-12, 422; the company orders 
the old form of baptism to be used 
in deference to the Lutherans, 
423-25, 427 ; reply of the ministers 
thereto, 428-31, (1658) 433, 444, 
445; action of the classis thereon, 
441-43; Swedish Lutheran parson 
on the Delaware officiates without 
permission, (1659) 447; Gutwasser 
avoided leaving the country when 
ordered, is arrested and expelled, 
433, 449, 454; the classis congratu- 
lates the New Netherland consis- 
tories on their success against the 
Lutherans; urges the ministers to 
use the old form of baptism not- 
withstanding the orders of the 
directors, 469-71, 476-77; the 
ministers report that the Lutheran 
conventicles had been suppressed, 
and the Lutherans had returned to 
the Reformed church, 460, 478 ; op- 
position to the Lutherans at Rever- 
wyck, (1660) 483, 504; the Re- 
formed ministers decide to obey 
the directors and use the old form, 
because less objectionable to the 
Lutherans, (1660) 485-87, 504-5; 
Lutherans at Reverwyck are rais- 
ing money to support a pastor. 



Lutherans in New Netherland {cont'd) 
(1661) 504; Swedish Lutherans on 
the Delaware, under Domine 
Lokenius, (1664) 550, 553; request 
from other colonies about the form 
of baptism to be used, 492, 505; 
opinion of the classis about the 
Lutherans at Reverwyck, (1661) 
515 

The duke of York tolerates the 
Lutherans, (1666) 583, 3890; 
Domine Fabricius arrives, (1669) 
602, 606-7, 3890; permission given 
him to go to Delaware, (1670) 
609; allowed to preach a farewell 
sermon in New York, (1671) 621; 
the Lutherans must maintain their 
own poor, (1671) 621; may collect 
money in Delaware to help build 
their church in New York, 622; 
location of their early church 
buildings in New York, 3890; have 
liberty to purchase lands at the 
falls of the Delaware [Trenton] for 
Lutheran settlements and worship, 
(1672) 627; freedom of religion 
granted to the Lutherans at Al- 
bany, (1673) 636, 640-41, 654; 
petition to bury their dead in Al- 
bany, without payment to the Re- 
formed sexton, (1674) 654, 659; 
must support their own poor, 
(1674) 662; Andros gives a pass to 
Rev. Arensius to proceed to Albany 
to officiate as a Lutheran pastor, 
(1674) 663; Lutherans of New 
York petition the governor to com- 
pel all of their sect to contribute 
to their church support, 664; 
Lutherans of New Castle petition 
for permission to divide their 
parish, (1675) 672-73; Lutherans 
at Albany, 737, 824; Selyns refers 
to the Lutheran church in New 
York, with their minister (Aren- 
sius), who officiates in New York 
in the summer and in Albany 
in the winter, (1682) 829, 830, 
852, 879; petition to be exempted 
from taxation, (1684) 884; allu- 



250 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Lutherans in New Xetherland (cont'd) 
sions, 956, 969, 1052-53, 1436; 
Lutheran Palatines on the Hudson, 
separate from the Reformed (now 
Anglican ), Palatines, (1711) 1862, 
1872, 1880; allusions to a Lutheran 
church at Albany, (1714) 2070, 
2115, 2120, 2124; Lutheran min- 
ister at Quassaick (Newburgh), 
(1719) 2143, 2380; 500 acres set 
apart at Quassaick for Lutheran 
minister, (1719) 2144; trustees ap- 
pointed to manage the land for his 
benefit, 2144-46; Lutheran church 
at Albany, 2140.a 2488; Lutherans 
at Newburgh, (1749) 3046; peti- 
tion of Lutheran church, per 
Pastor Knoll, against Hofgoed, an 
impostor, (1749) 3082; petition of 
Lutherans of New York respecting 
land near Newburgh, (1749) 
3095; petition of German Luther- 
ans to build a church in New York, 
(1750) 3106; Lutheran church at 
Newburgh succeeded by an An- 
glican church, (1751) 3171-73; 
3218-20; allusion, 3285; appeal 
to the Lutherans of New York, by 
William Livingston, to resist the 
establishment of a sectarian col- 
lege, (1753) 3368; the minister of 
the Lutheran church of New York 
to be, ex-oflBcio, a trustee of Kings 
College, 3508; allusions, 3584; re- 
view, (1763) 3890-91; church in 
New York petitions for a charter, 
3891, 3908-9; charter denied, 
3935; review, 4083; allusion, 4038, 
4048; German Lutheran church, 
(1767-1850), taken down. Rev. 
John C. Kimze, a former pastor, 
4110-11, 4181; incorporation of 
the Lutheran church at Albany, 
(Aug. 26, 1784) 4320; new build- 
ing at Albany, (1787) 4344; 
Domine Bork brought up a 
Lutheran, 4392 



Lutherans in New Netherland (cont'd) 
Lutheran consistory at Amster 
dam, Holland, 389, 394, 426 

Lutherans in the Palatinate, free in 
all respects, (1705) 1601-4, 1674- 
79, 1692; petitions of their minis- 
ters about the care of them, (1709) 
1735-36; allusions to, 1702-3, 
1705-7, 1709; further report of 
their ministers, 1694, 1736, 1749- 
50 

Lutz, Peter, 3162 

Luyck, Aegidius, arrives in Manhat- 
tan to take charge of the Latin 
ISchool, (1662) 518, 578, 589; sub- 
scribes $80 (200 florins) toward 
defense of New Amsterdam, (1664) 
541; takes oath of allegiance to 
England, 565; late principal of the 
Latin school, (1666) 576, 578; is 
received in the Classis of Amster- 
dam as a candidate, 582; about to 
return to America, asks that he 
may be ordained there, (1667) 
589, 590; is requested to assist the 
infirm Domine Drisius, (1671) 
617; is recompensed for his services 
by the consistory, 623; becomes a 
city schepen, (1673) 631; his es- 
tate valued at $800 (2000 florins), 
642; is a burgomaster in the city, 
647; objects to the form of the 
oath required by Governor Andros, 
( 1674) 670; classed among the gov- 
ernor's opponents, 678; returns to 
Holland, (1676) 686, 688& 

Luydendorp [Leiderdorp], Holland, 
153 

Luykaszen, Luykas, 1306 

Luykes, John, 3031 

Luyster, John, 2686, 3012, 3028 

Luyster, Malty, 1885 

Luyster, Peter, 3088-89, 3099 

Luyster, Proctor, 3042 

Luysters, Cornells, 3985 

Luxemburg, 36 

Lyall, David, 2097 



a Rev. Jacob Fabricius v.as Lutheran minister at New York and Albany, 1669-70; Rev. 
Bernardus Arensius at same places, 1671-91; Rev. .Justus Falckner was general missionary to all 
the Lutheran churches, 1703-13; Rev. .Joshua Kocherthal, at East and West Camp, 1708-19. 
The following were the earlier Lutheran churches: New York, 1668; Albany, 1669; Newburgh, 
1708; East and We.st Camp, 1710. 

6 See Corwin'a Manual, page 585. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



251 



Lycochton, Rev. Cornelius, see Lij- 
cochthon, Rev. Cornelius 

Lydekker [Garnet], (1765) 3926-28, 
3973 

Lydius, Rev. Isaac, removed from 
Classis of Edam, (1625) 40 

Lydius, Rev. Isaac, candidate, (1662) 
528 

Lydius, Rev. John, his fidelity in the 
church of Antwerp, (1699) 1293; 
allusions. 129S, 130-4 ; exchanges 
places with Domine Dellius, of Al- 
bany, 1336; his letter to classis, 
telling of the efforts of Freeman to 
anticipate his settlement at Al- 
bany, 1371-74, 1343-45; allusions, 
1348-50, 1378, 1384, 1386-90, 1440; 
Nucella's account of the circum- 
stances, 1422-25; is allowed £60 
for teaching the Indians, 1549-50; 
allusions, 1539, 1554, 1561, 1563, 
1582, 1594, 1651, 1655, 1764, 1766; 
his death, (1710) 1844; allusions, 
1858, 1860, 1864-65, 1867, 1875, 
1941, 1986, 1996, 2191, 2548, 2552, 
2580, 2596 

Lydius, John Henry, an Indian trader, 
1550, 2992, 3107-8 

Lydius-es, The, in Holland, 3739 

Lying, Captain, 2853 

Lynssen, Abraham, (1736) 2101, 
2677, 2700, 2722, 3124, 3212, 3281 

Lyon, a ship, 1854 

Lyon (Lyons), Rev. James, Anglican, 
rector at Brookhaven, L. I., ( 1745- 
65), 3735, 3803 

Maas (Maes, Meuse), river, 70; 
churches of, 112 

Maas, Rev. T. Th. Wilhelmus, of St 
Croix, 4263 

Maastricht, see Maestricht 

McClennigan, Rev. Anglican, 3735 

McCollick, Mrs, 4286 

McCoy, Mary, 3758 

McDanel, John, 3759 

McDonald, Rev. John, third Presby- 
terian pastor at Albany, ( 1785-95) 
3891, 4325, 4353 

McDowall, Rev. Robert, 4389 



McGregory, Major, treats with the 
Five Nations, (1724) 2234 

McKean, Rev. Robert, Anglican, rec- 
tor at New Brimswick, N. J. ( 1757- 
62 ) , at Amboy and Woodbridge 
(1762-67), 3816-17 

McKemie, see MaKemie 

Ma<;Kenzie, Captain, writes to Cap- 
tain Nicholson, 971-72 

MacKenzie, Rev. Aeneas, Anglican, 
rector on Staten Island, (1705-22) 
1610; allusions, 1614, 1896, 1900, 
1911, 1915, 1919, 1921, 1950, 1991 

MacKenzie, mistake of Cornbury for 
MaKemie, 1669-70. See also Ma- 
Kemie 

Mackerel, a yacht, 37 

McKinley, Nathaniel, 4046-48 

Macklesfield, [Charles Gerard], earl 
of, member of the Privy Council, 
961, 1002 

MacKnight, Patrick, (1720) 2173-75, 
4047 

Mackworth land (Mohawk land) 
2177 

MacNish, Rev. George, (Presbyter- 
ian) pastor at Jamaica, L. I. 
(1711-23) the town vestry pay 
him the salary raised under the 
ministry act, (1711) 1879-80, 
1895, 1921 (1712) 1951; is taken 
into the counsels of the town 
vestry, while the Anglican min- 
ister (Poyer) is excluded, (1714) 
2012, 2043; possesses the parson- 
age and glebe of the church of 
Jamaica, (1717) 2114; is sued for 
the salary by the Anglican min- 
ister, (1719) 2137; allusions to, 
1926-27, 2135, 2138 

McSparran, Rev. Dr, Anglican, 3735 

McVickar, Anne (maiden name of 
Mrs Grant), 3744 

Madagascar, 869, 1394 

Madder (a dye plant), brought over, 
(1642) 157 

Madeira, 1396 

Madnan's Neck, L. I., petitions for a 
meeting house, (1682) 844, 850 

Maelur, Theo., 128 



252 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Maenhout, Boudewyn, teacher and 
reader at Bushwyck, (1663) 529 

Maering, Elbert, 3667 

Maerschalk, see Mareschalk, Mars- 
chalk 

Maes, see Maas 

Maastricht (Mastricht), Holland, 
667; battle of, 918, 1675 

Maet (Meet), Jan Pieterze, alias Jan 
Tambour, sells land to the Dutch 
church of New York for a poor- 
house and graveyard, (1701) 1460- 
62<» 

Magdeburgh, Germany, 1776, 1828 

Magistrates, special chairs for, in 
churches, 3243 

Magna Charta, 1054, 1679 

Mahakemack (Deer Park, Port Jer- 
vis), 4247, (1784) 4318, (1800) 
4390 

Mahi-Kanders (Mohegans), desire a 
minister, (1720) 2172 

Maiden Lane, Xew York, 4254, 4276 

Maidstone, England, 50 Dutch living 
there, (1634) 117 

Maile, Jacob, 1322 

Mailes, George, 684 

Maintenance of ministers, by the 
West India Company, (1628) 61- 
64; by the Patroons and their 
colonists, together, (1629) 75; 
proposed plan, (1638) 121, 143, 
(1658) 424; by the duke's laws, 
(1665) 572; by subscriptions and 
assessments, (1666) 578, 582, 584, 
586, 588, 600, (1670) 611, 615, 619, 
620, 625-26; in New Jersey, (1665) 
569, 627 ; petitions from churches 
for help, from Kingston, (1673) 
634; from Jamaica, (1674) 646- 
47; from the Lutheran church. 
New York City, (1674) 664; sub- 



Maintenance of ministers (cont'd) 
scriptions in produce, (1677) 697- 
98, 705, 749; petition from Hun- 
tington, (1678) 708; from Flat- 
bush, (1679) 736; contract between 
church of New York and Selyns, 
(1681) 797-800; complaints from 
Madnan's Neck, L. I., and from 
Staten Island, (1682) 844-45; 
contract between church of Albany 
and Domine Dellius, (1683) 857- 
58; Dongan reports that he finds 
it hard to make the churches pay 
their ministers, (1687) 879-80; 
endowment of the Dutch church of 
New York with the Manor of Ford- 
ham, (1684) 888-90; patronage of 
churches on Manor of Livingston, 
given to the Patroon, (1686) 920; 
petition of Rev. Hepburn (Eburne) 
(Anglican), to the governor, to 
compel the inhabitants of Brook- 
haven to pay the salary, (1686) 
932; petition of Rev. Prudden, of 
Jamaica, concerning his salary, 
(1688) 960; allusions, (1691-93) 
1045, 1048. See also Ministerial 
maintenance bill * 

Maison, Mr, a deacon in the French 
church at Amsterdam, 833 

Majorities, 3753, 3755, 3761, 3767, 
3769, 3793; majority vote vindi- 
cated by cla&sis, (1761) 3802,3846- 
51, 3944 

MaKemie (McKemie, M'Kemie), Rev. 
Francis, arrives in New York, 
preaches in a private house, with- 
out governor's license, arrested, 
tried, acquitted, but costs extorted, 
(1706) 877-79, 1669-72, 1711 

Malay-.Japanese, 77 (Probably means 
Malay- Javanese ) 



a This is now within the block between Wall street and Exchange place, Broad 
and William streets. 

b At first, the West India Company assumed the maintenance of all ministers 
sent out under their auspices, but as their fortunes waned, the company urged 
the churches to assist in supporting their ministers, and thus began the develop- 
ment of the voluntary system. The charter referring to support of ministers by 
Patroons on their manors, found only one field for its application, that of Albany. 
During the term of the second minister in that place, the Patroon withdrew his 
support altogether, and the congregation was required to raise the salary, (1658) 
424 ; with the English conquest, of course, all help from the West India Company 
ceased. The fluctuating condition of ministerial salaries for the next generation 
Is indicated by the references above given. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



253 



Malay Postilla, 221 

Malay services, (1629) 77, (1648) 
241 

Mallemocque, Peter, see Alberto, Pe- 
ter Caesar 

Mai tens, Cornelis, 1882 

Maltz, Johannes. 3S91 

Mamaroneck (Mamaronets), N. Y., 
1077, (1704) 155"4, 1611, 3453 

Man (Mann), Adrian, a deacon, 
(1715) 2081, 2378, 2390, 2449, 
2489, 2575 

Man. See also Mann 

Managers of the building of Trinity 
Church, iSTew York City, (Mar. 19, 
1696) 1134, 1168; allusion, 1172 

Managers of the church of England, 
chosen, (Nov. 2, 1696) 1176-77; 
they petition for a charter, (May 
6, 1697) 1178; charter granted, 
1179; text of the charter, 1136-65; 
allusion, 1517. See also Vestry of 
Trinity Church, Trinity Church, 
New York* 

Mancius, Eev. George Wilhebnus, 
called to Kaatsban, arrival, 
(1730) 2606-7; called to Schraal 
enberg and Paramus, (1730) 2601, 
2607; writes to classis, (Apr. 14, 
1733) 2621, 2630; favors a coetus, 
(1737) 2687; opposes it, 2689, 
2693; allusions, 2710, 2719, 2729; 
with Vas, writes to classis, (Apr. 
9, 1739) 2720; allusions, 2753; 
with Boel and Muzelius, writes to 
classis, (Apr. 14-25, 1743) 2798- 
2800, 2825-26; allusions, 2801-3, 
2810; with Boel, writes to classis, 
(Aug. 9, 1743) 2811-19, 2828, 2836, 
2838; writes to classis, (June 1, 
1744) 2845; allusions, 2911, 2963, 
2966, 2975; opposes the coetus, 
2998, 3007, 3037; letter to classis, 
(Aug. 24, 1747) 3019-22; allusions, 
3041, 3043, 3059, 3061, 3064, 3066, 
3068-70, 3072; letter to classis, 
(Apr. 26, 1750) 3116-18; allu- 



Mancius, Rev. George Wilhebnus 

(continued) 
sions, 3125, 3128, 3135, 3141- 
46, 3159, 3161, 3169, 3182, 3184- 
86, 3210-11, 3216-17, 3227, 3233, 
3241, 3269, 3273; receives letter 
from classis, 3275-76, 3292-93, 
3304, 3466, 3490-92, 3502, 3533, 
3537; opposed to the irregular es- 
tablishment of a classis, (1755) 
3547, 3654; writes to classis, 3561- 
65, 3571, 3587; favors a classis 
regularly established, 3703, 3724, 
3757, (1761) 3811, 3843, 3848; has 
died, (1765) 4021, 4044, 4149 

Mandamus, 2194, 4232 

Mandeville, Rev. Garret, (1800) 4388 

Manger, Rev., 2565 

Manhard, Peter, 3409 

Manhattan (Manhatans, Manhatoes, 
Manhatas, Manates, Minades, Mon- 
adoes, jManahtoes) organization of 
the first church in New York, 
(1628) 48, 52, 53, 68, 153-54; a 
prey to the Indians, 340, 365; the 
name, under some of its forms, oc- 
curring as quite synonymous with 
New Amsterdam during the rest of 
the seventeenth century, of which 
the following allusions are given, 
237, 243, 272-74, 279, 285, 384, 
396, 398, 401, 403, 421, 434, 436- 
38, 447, 477, 487-88, 512, 518, 532, 
546, 558-59, 560, 941. See also 
New Amsterdam, New York 

Manist, Peter, 368 

Manley, Rev. William, (1800) 4387 

Mann, Mr, chorister in Trinity 
Church, 2591 

Mann (Man, Maun), Edward, 461, 
468, 472 

Mannlieim (Meanheim), Palatinate, 
(1705) 1602-3, 1606, 1676, 1782, 
1784, 1822, 1825, 1828-29 

Manninge, John, 594 

Mannisigham, Dr Thomas, 1787 

Manor of Cortlandt, 2999 



a Thpse " Managers of the church of England " became the ecclesiastical vestry 
of Trinity Church on June 30, 1698. Dlx. 1: 110, 111. They are not to be con- 
founded with the city vestry, which was a civil body. 



254 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Alanor of Fordham, see Fordham, 
manor of 

Manor of Livingston, 920. See also 
Livingston, Robert 

Manor of Pelham, 1077 

Manor of Rensselaer, 2149, 2154. 8ee 
also Van Rensselaer, Kilian; Al- 
bany 

Manor of St George, L. I., 2141 

Manor of Scarsdale, 1751 

Manors, patents for, should provide 
for churches and schools, (1761) 
3816-17 

Manse house, 1919. See also Par- 
sonages 

Manslanst, Pieter, 673 

Maps of the country, (1659) 453, 
(1698) 1245, 1262 

Maps of New Amsterdam, (1660) 
354, 495 

Maquaes ( Maques ) , see Mohawks 

Maquinas, 1340 

Marbletown ( Mormel, Marmel ) , N. Y., 
petition for a minister, (1673) 
634, 696-98 ; allusions, 728-29, 765 ; 
allusions, 2572, 2602, 3012, 3117, 
3169; Jacob Frelinghuysen called, 
(1751) 3181-82, 3255, 3264, 3267; 
dies at sea on return voyage, 3406; 
Henry Frelinghuysen called, 3445- 
46; request that he may be or- 
dained in America, 3437; petition 
forwarded to Classis of Amsterdam, 
3470; allusions, 3547, 3598; classis 
denies the request, (1756) 3655, 
3659, 3687; American Classis or- 
dains him, (1757) 3709; allusions, 
3720-21, 3746, 4011, 4029; petition 
for a charter, (1766) 4074-75, 
4211, 4243, 4246, (1784) 4318, 
4383, (1800) 4388 

Marburg, Germany, 3687 

Marbury, Jan, 2377 

Marcelis, Asweris, 1306 

Marcelis, Gysbert, 1306 

Marcus, [Pieter] pensionary [of 
Leyden], 2345, 2347 

Mareschalk, Claes, 521 

Maricour, [Paul Lemoine de] 1377, 
1380, 1392 



Marines, David, (1725) 2329 

Marinus, David, allusion, 3012, (1749) 
3049; allowed by the synod to be 
examined and ordained by Schlat- 
ter, (1751), 3164, 3166; allusions, 
3230, 3287-89, 3295, 3301, 3336, 
3371-73, 3413, 3490-91, 3519, 3533, 
3547, 3549-50, 3552, 3590, 3597, 
3599, 3601, 3603; his remarks on 
the two colleges, (1755) 3613,3623, 
3630, 3654, 3663, 3690-91, 3710, 
3721, 3754, (1763) 3862, 3875, 
3925, 3967, 3972-73, 4085, 4150, 
4154, 4156, 4158, 4165, 4243, 4246 

Marinus, Johannes Wilhelmus, (1718) 
2120 

Marius, Peter Jacob, subscribes 20 
guilders for defense of New Amster- 
dam, (1655) 341; the old church 
house and lot sold by him for debt, 
(1656) 355; an elder, (1672) 626, 
(1681) 762, 781, 800-1, (1682) 
805, 819; assessed for 5000 guilders, 
(1674) 643; one of the trustees of 
redemption money, (1697) 1216, 
1273; his death, (1703) leaves £100 
for support of Dutch ministers, 
1518-19; allusions, 837, 842, 871, 
890, 892, 964, 1062-63, 1092, 1191, 
1193-94, 1197, 1202, 1212, 1216, 
1244, 1273, 1322, 1340, 1355, 1357, 
1366 

Mark (Marix), county of, in the 
Palatinate, 1600, 1782 

Mark's Medulla, (Marckii Medulla 
Theologiae Christianae) , 4257, 
4274 

Marlborough, [John Churchill, 1st] 
duke of, 961, 1730, 1838, 1845, 1857, 
1888, 1974 

Marlborough. See also Freehold, 
N. J. 

Marlet, Abraham, 2291 

Marlet, Gideon, 2329, 2478 

Marmel, Mormel, see Marbletown 

Marriage license, specimen, (1732) 
2608 

Marriage ordinance, to be sent to the 
ministers in Brazil, 112, 114 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



255 



Marriages, (1619) 4224; by com- 
forters of the sick, 110; of Quak- 
ers, legal in England, (1661) 508- 
10; petitions against fines for 
Quaker marriages in New York, 
(1680) 744; doubtful marriages, 
240, 709; by mutual consent, 522, 
572; questions regarding, 654, 656, 
665, 667-68; in Virginia, (1677) 
694, 1034; with deceased wife's 
sister, (1766) 4069 

Marriages, in the Palatinate, rela- 
tion of ministers and priests to, 
(1705) 1601; at Germantown, 
N". Y., (1713) 2004, 3041, 3045, 
3063 

Marschalk, Andrew, 1635, 1662; 
churchmaster, (1763) 2101; a 
deacon, (1715) 2081, 2378, 2390, 
2449, 2489, 4038, 4090, 4275 

Marschalk, Francis, churchmaster, 
(1736) 2101, 2700, 3025, 3396, 
3408, 3500, 3727, 3872, 3999, 4136, 
4163, 4170-71, 4267 

Marschalk, Johannes, churchmaster, 
(1732) 2101 

Marschalk, Peter, churclmiaster, 
(1739), 2101, 3087, 3091, 3098, 
3123, 3132, 3827, 3830, 4073, 4088, 
4198 

Marschalk, T., 3803 

Marschalk. See also Mareschalk, 
Claea 

Marselisse, Peter, carpenter, 4181 

Marselius, Peter, a justice in New 
Jersey, 3247 

Marselus, Rev. Nicholas J., his suit 
against the Collegiate Church, 
2226 

Marshall, John, master of the rolls 
of the county of Tipperary, Ire- 
land, 1791, 1831 

Marshall, [Rev. Walter] author of 
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctlfica- 
tion, generally styled " Marshall, 
on Sanctification," 3905-7, 3916, 
3919, 3923, 3967, 3975, 4004, 4006-7 

Marshpee, Mass., 3399, 3401 

Marston, John, justice of the peace of 
Queens county, (1710) 1846 



Marston (Mastin), Nathaniel, 1134, 
1139, 1148, 1176, 1178, 1181, 2026, 
3508, 3544, 3911 

Marston. See also Masten, Mastine 

Martain, Captain Richard, 720 

:Marten, Ezechiel, 3952 

;Martense, Bartholomew, 34 

Martense (Martensz), Paulus, (Pou- 
lis) 1306, 3682 

Martense, Roelof, trustee of Hacken- 
sack and Schralenburg, (1755) 
3632 

Martensen, Roelof, elder of Amers- 
foort, L. I., (1680) 758 

Martenszen, Martin, 1306 

Martha's Vineyard, 1360-61 

Martin, Henry, 1788 

Martin, Josiah, 3508, 3544 

Martin, Thomas, 365 

Martinet, Rev., 4208 

Martino, Francis (Frangois Mar- 
tonou [Martineau]), 844, 846 

Martyn, Jean (Jan), 368, 419, 420 

Martyrdom, of Father Jogues, 167- 
69. See also Jogues 

]\Iarus, L., see Morris, Lewis 

Mary, daughter of James II, wife of 
William III, 1013 

ilary, Queen of Scots, her persecu- 
tions in England, 1777, 1831 

Maryland (Merilande), 286; Dutch 
embassy to, 453, 509, 559, 694, 780, 
876-77, 918, 1043, 1069, 1096, 1170, 
1232, 1396, 1669, 1790, 1991, 
(1776) 4294 

Masius, Rev., 2545 

Mason, Rev. Dr John M., 4084 

]\Iason, Martyn, 5€9 

Massachusetts, 992, 998, 1008, 1222, 
1363; ministers of, request Con- 
gress to reprint the Bible, (1790) 
4355 

Masse, see Lydius 

Masten, Abraham, 4033 

Masten, Benjamin, 4033 

[Masten, Johannes, 4033 

Masten (Maston), Johannes, jun., 
4033 

Masterland, [Marstrand] an island 
off the coast of Sweden, 84 



256 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Mastine, John, of Flushing, L. I., 
(1658), 413 

Mastine, Maston. See also Masten, 
Marston 

Mastricht, see Maestricht 

Masts, 1416, 1427, 1438 

Mather, Eev. Cotton, writes to 
S. P. G. about the oppressions of 
Cornbury at Jamaica, (1706) 1883 

Mather, Eev. Increase, 2016 

Mathews, Peter, 4118, 4200 

Mathews, Colonel Peter, 2070, 2074, 
2091-92 

Mathews, Samuel, 498 

Matrimony, rite performed by jus- 
tices, 1893 

Matson, Jan, 676 

Matthews, David, (1776) 4295 

Matthews, Thomas, 684 

Matties, Captain, 1407 

Mattysen ( Matthysen ) , Jan, of 
Esopus, 697-98, 748, 750, 784 

Maul, John, 4101 

Maun, see Mann 

Maurice, Count John, of Nassau, gov- 
ernor of Dutch Brazil, see Nassau, 
John Maurice, Count of 

Mauricius, J. J., governor of Suri- 
nam, 3095-96 

Mauritius river, see Hudson river 

Mauritz, Jacob, skipper, (1681) 767, 
790, 795, 1008, 1029 

Mauritz, Jacob, (1752) 3220 

Mauritzstad, capital of Dutch Brazil, 
(1636-44) 41, 264; Classis of, 
(1643) 172 

Maus, Johannes J., 2381 

May (Mey), Cornells Jacobsen, 
(1624) 37, 188 

May, Hero, a merchant in Amster- 
dam, 1340, 1573 

Mayer, Johannes, 3982 

Mayfield, Fulton county, N. Y., 4383, 
(1800) 4389 

Mayhew, Experience, 1360 

Mayhew, Rev. Dr Jonathan, (1763) 
3864, 3887, 3889, 3909-10 

Mays, Aaltje, 4199, 4242 

Meade, Dr, 1729, 1837 



Meadows, Sir Philip, 1170, 1285, 
1688, 1703, 1707, 1797, 1971 

Measles, 958-59 

" Measures and appointment " — 
terms used by Dr. Livingston in 
describing to the Classis of Am- 
sterdam the assumption of inde- 
pendence by the American Dutch 
church, (1784) 4324 

ileby, Jan, 1306 

Medenbach, Eev. Alexander, 3160, 
3169, 3195, 3199, 3233, 3238, 3241, 
3245, 3258-61 

Medenblik, Holland, 34 

Medicinal seeds, to be sent to New 
Netherland, 451, 461 

Medicine, ministers forbidden to prac- 
tise, 85, 139, 173, 531, 533; prac- 
tised by Curtius, Latin teacher, 
474 

Medulla of Theology, by Mark, 4257, 
4274 

Meeker, Eobert, 365 

Meeks, Edward, 4089 

Meeks, Joseph, 4135 

Meerlant, Eudolphus, 591, 493 

Meet, Jan Pieterze, see Maet, Jan 
Pieterze 

Meetinghouses, bill to repair, (1699) 
1302 

Megapolensis, the Grecized form of 
Mekkelenburg, 228 

Megapolensis, Dirrick, 143 

Megapolensis, Hellegond, 143 

Megapolensis, Jan, 143 

Megapolensis, Eev. John, sr, pastor 
at Koedyk, Holland, 157a 

Megapolensis, Eev. Johannes, re- 
nounces popery, disinherited, 602; 
settles at Wieringerweert, Holland, 
(1634), 86; at Schoorl and Bergen, 
1638) 119; informs Classis of 
Amsterdam that Backerus is will- 
ing to go to the East Indies, 
(1640) 135-36; Backer informs 
the classis of ministers at Schoorl 
and Koedyk who were willing to go 
to the colonial churches, (1641) 
141-42; contract with Patroon Van 



a Said to be the father of the one of the same name who came to America in 
1642. Cf. Van Rensselaer-Boicier Manuscripts, pages 629, 82S. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



257 



Megapolensis, Rev. Johannes (cont'd) 
Rensselaer, to preach at Rens- 
selaerwyck for six years, (1642) 
143-45; contract ratified by Classis 
of Amsterdam, 145-48; dismission 
from his church of Schoorl, (1642) 
149, 152; Bogardus exhorted by 
classis to cooperate cordially with 
him, (1642) 151;* parties accom- 
panying him, 153-54; dispute as to 
right of the company to indorse 
the patroon's contract, 154; his li- 
brary, 155-57; his arrival, his 
parentage, 156-57; his advice fol- 
lowed by the vice director, 168-69; 
befriends a Jesuit, Father Jogues, 
166; his tract on the Mohawks, 
(1644) 158, 187, 254; instructs the 
Indians, 341; requested to be an 
umpire between Bogardus and 
Kieft, (1646) 200, 238; allusion, 
216; requests his dismissal, (Jan. 
27, 1648), 225, 227-28, 239, 261; 
the company inclined to call mm 
for Manhattan, 226-27, 229, 244; 
classis urges him to remain, 228, 
230-31; his wife has already left 
for Holland, 236, 239, 243-44, 248, 
251, 254, 269, 276; informs classis 
about Bogardus, repeats request 
for his dismission, 237-40, 242-43, 
246, 248, 261; his request granted, 
(1649) 249, 251-52; Stuyvesant 
resolves to detain him at Manhat- 
tan, 253-54, 262, 268-71, 278; 
writes a treatise, styled, " Exam- 
ination and Confession for Those 
Inclined to Approach the Table of 
the Lord," 255, 275-76, 287, 296, 
347, 349, 350, 352; classis ratifies 
his settlement at Manhattan, (1649) 
264; congratulates him on his will- 
ingness to remain, 264^66; ad- 
vances to his wife in Holland a 
half year's salary, 269; allusions, 
255, 262, 276, 294, 300; classis as- 
sumes responsibility for his salary, 
releasing Stuyvesant from his 



Megapolensis, Rev. Johannes {cont'd) 
promise for same, 296; sends 
Domine Drisius as an assistant, 

(1652) 307; prayer of Megapolen- 
sis at the opening of the first court, 

(1653) 314; opposes the organiza- 
tion of a Lutheran church, 317, 
318, 320, 322-23, 326-27, 342; his 
salary irregularly paid, 324-25; 
orders for its prompt paj^ment, 325, 
328-29; is appointed to organize 
a church at Flatbush, 332-33; in- 
forms classis of the arrival of Jews, 
334-36; subscribes 50 guilders 
toward the defense of New Amster- 
dam, (1655) 341; complains of 
conventicles at Newtown, 393-94; 
opposition to the Lutherans, 386- 
400; Father Le Moyne's letter to, 
and reply, (1657-58) 404, 427,439; 
further correspondence about the 
Lutherans and the Quakers, neces- 
sity of English-speaking ministers, 
409-11, 420, 422, 425-31, 433, 440- 
41, 444, 449; his son Samuel, 434; 
informs classis about several Jesu- 
its, 436, 439; introduces Domine 
Blom at Kingston, (1659) 445-46; 
allusions, 460, 474, 489, 503; sub- 
scribes 600 guilders toward defense 
of New Amsterdam, (1664) 541; 
advises surrender, 574-75; the sur- 
render, 557-59; takes the oath of 
allegiance to Great Britain, 564- 
65; his conduct defended, 576-77; 
petitions for arrears of salary from 
the company, 579, 583-84, 588; 
certificates as to the propriety of 
his conduct at the siirrender, 593; 
complains of the company's refusal 
to pay him, (1669) 601, 604, 606; 
his death, (1670) 607, 612, 613, 
618, 647, 683, 686, 687, 4037 

Megapolensis, Rev. Samuel, allu« 
sions, 35, 143; requests permission, 
with others, to erect a special pew 
in the " church in the fort," (1651) 
300; is a graduate of Harvard Col- 



a The reason of this request was because Bogardus was under the West India 
Company and Mesapolensis under the patroon. 



258 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Megapolensis, Rev. Samuel (cont'd) 
lege, (1656) 434-35; licensed to 
preach, (1661) 504; called to New 
Amsterdam, examined and or- 
dained, (1662) 526-28; asks for an 
increase of salary, not granted, 
(1663) 531-33; sails for New Am- 
sterdam, (Jan. 20, 1664) 541; ar- 
rival, 549; allusion, 554; advises 
surrender, (1664) 574-75; signs 
articles of surender, 559; takes 
oath of allegiance, 565 ; one of the 
pastors of the cliurcii of New York, 
(1066) 583; preaches at five 
places, salary very uncertain, 
wishes to return to Holland, ( 1668) 
595-97 ; arrives, appears before 
classis, (1669) 603-4, 606-7; 
settles at Wieringerwaerd, Hol- 
land, 613; arrears of New York 
salary, 647-48; sketch of, 648; 
settles over the English church of 
Flushing, Holland, (1677) 696, 
4037 

Meggott, Mr, 1728, 1836 

Mehilje, Reier, 2120 

Meinema, see Meynema 

Melancthon, Philip, 155 

Melay, William, 3219 

Melyn, Cornells, 213, 256, 269, 303 

Membership of the Dutch churches, 
about 1500, (1680) 755 

Memorial of the Anglican clergy to 
the bishop of London respecting 
Rev. Mr Poyer and the church at 
Jamaica, (1711) 1892-96 

Memorials, in behalf of Leisler's ad- 
herents, (1691) 1027-29 

Menade, see Manhattan 

Mendon, Mass., 1360, 1303 

Menetto, Indian word for " spirit," 
anything craftier and beyond 
human skill, 56 

Mennonites (Mennonists) , fears ex- 
pressed, lest they should want to 
hold public services, (1653) 320, 
348, 387 ; representatives in New 
Amsterdam, 335 ; the people of 
Gravesend mostly of this sect, 
(1657) 396; Mennonites need not 



Mennonites (Mennonists) (continued) 
be rebaptized on joining the Re- 
formed church, (1660-61), 486, 
504-5, 513, 555; colony of, settle 
on the Delaware, (1662) 521, 524- 
25, 667, 1053, 2334, 3936 

Men-of-war, chaplains on, 105-6 

Mensevoet, Rev. Vincentius, 40, 273 

Menshart, David, 3933 

Menslage, Rev. Thomas, 620 

Mensoo, Rev. [Joannes?], 532-33, 
536 

Mentz (Menty, Nauty, Neuty), Ger- 
many, 1781, 1784, 1821; electorate 
of, (1705) 1602 

Meppel, i^rovince of Drenthe (not 
Overyssel, as printed), Holland, 
87, 114 

Mer des Iroquois (Lake Champlain), 
3107 

Mercersburg Review, 2437, 2439, 
2442, 2487 

Merchants, petition for the reserva- 
tion of their rights if New Nether- 
land is resurrendered to England, 
(1674) 651 

Merchants and ministers of New 
York send an address to the king 
concerning Leisler's illegal acts, 
(1690) 997 

Merilande, see Maryland 

Merkel, Heinricli, 3162 

Merkell, Benjamin, 4074 (probably 
meant for Benjamin Marschalk) 

Merrett, John, 1149 

Merrett, William, 968, 998, 1134, 
1139, 1148, 1176, 1178, 1180-81 
1441, 1503 

Mersereau, Joshua, 3435 

Meserole, John, 3288 

Mesick, Hendrick, 4041, 4045 

Mespath (Mespacht, Mespadt), L. I., 
218, 285, 579. See also Newtown 

Messelaer, John, 3382 

Messenger, Andrew, 498 

Methodist movement, socalled, under 
Whitefield, 2918; allusion, (1766) 
4058; first chapel, (1708) 4136, 
4200 

Aletius, Adrianus, 155 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



259 



Metzu, Philip, 273 

Meulen, a ship, 393 

Meura, Palatinate, 1600, 17S2 

Meursius, Rev. Matthias, 110, 161, 
179-S2, 289, 293, 295, 299, 303 

Meuse, see Maas 

Meyderse, Jacobus, see Meynderse, 
Jacobus 

Meyer, Adolph, 1198, 4211, 4243, 4247 

Meyer, Andrew, 3212, 3556 

Meyer, D., 1574, 1666 

Meyer, Rev. Hermanus, allusions, 
3896, (1764) 3925, 3927; objects 
to subordination to a classis in 
Holland because of the civil oath 
to Great Britain, 3929; bound by 
his call to be subordinate, asserts 
Ritzema, 3930; church of Kings- 
ton willing to be subordinate, 
3934-35; allusion, 3943; Meyer 
objects to subordination, his exact 
position, Ritzema's remarks 
thereon, the civil oath, advised to 
put Meyer under censure, 3944- 
47; refuses subordination, 3946- 
47 ; may be censured and deposed 
by his consistory, 3948; consistory 
of Kingston invites Fryenmoet and 
Cock with their consistories to 
meet and try Meyer, 3952-53; is 
summoned, refuses to appear before 
an irregular body, 3953-54; the 
charges, is suspended, 3955-59; 
statement of this case by Harden- 
berg, 3961-62; by Ritzema and De 
Ronde, 3970; Meyer's letter to 
classis, (Oct. 25, 1764) 3972; 
letter of the so called Kingston 
Convention, about the Meyer case, 
3972-73; Meyer's practical sermon 
concerning his affairs, (1765) 
3976; classical exposition of the 
civil oath, 3994; allusions, 4012, 
4014, 4021; his letter to Ritzema 
and De Ronde, their intrusion into 
his church affairs, discharges thom 
from further responsibility con- 
cerning him, (Nov. 13, 1765) 
4022; Ritzema and De Ronde again 
write to the consistory of Kings- 



Meyer, Rev. Hermanus (continued) 
ton accusing Meyer of schism for 
not joining the conferentie, (Dec. 
3, 1765) 4025; allusion, 4029; 
more formal charges brought 
against Meyer by the church of 
Kingston, (Feb. 3, 1766) 4032- 
35; consistory invites the consist- 
ories of four neighboring churches 
to convene and consider them, 
4035; summoned to appear, 4039; 
declares the convention illegal, 
4039; the charges presented to the 
body, protest of 26 members of the 
church against the legality of the 
body. New Paltz, the nearest 
church, not invited, 4039-40; the 
trial proceeds, character of the 
charges, suspended for six weeks, 
if not then penitent, to remain 
under censure until classis gives a 
decision, Meyer informed, protests 
against their action, 4041^6; 
classis asserts that Meyer is sub- 
ject to them, although not sent by 
them, 4051; classis exhorts the 
brethren not to stand too stiffly 
on technicalities, 4051; allusion, 
4059; Meyer calls a general meet- 
ing of all the Dutch churches, the 
action of the former convention 
against Kingston condemned, 
(Aug. 13, 1766) 4068, 4069, 4076; 
classis approves the condemnation 
of Meyer, but urges mildness in 
his case, 4070-71; allusion, 4077; 
Meyer writes to the ministers who 
censured him, (Feb. 4, 1767) 
4080-81; allusion, 4101; classis 
approves of the censure on Meyer, 
will send another minister to 
Kingston, (Nov. 28, 1767) 4109; 
the classis unable to find a min- 
ister for Kingston, (Oct. 3, 1768) 
4133; allusion, 4144; church of 
Kingston desires return of their 
blank call, and an official release 
from Domine Meyer, (Apr. 15, 
1769) 4148-49, 4161; sad case of 
Meyer, his excellent character. 



260 



THE UNIVEESITT OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Meyer, E.ev. Hermanus [continued) 
disciplined by one party and ap- 
proved by another, the favor of 
classis invoked, 4154; the call of 
Kingston returned, 4175; classis 
refuses to give the church of 
Kingston an official release from 
Meyer, (Jan. 8, 1771) 4197, 4204; 
Meyer received in the general con- 
vention for union, (Oct. 15-18, 
1771) 4211; agrees to the plan of 
union, 4227; Kitzema withdrav^s 
from the convention because Meyer 
was received, 4229; consistory of 
Kingston sends two delegates to 
the convention, but without au- 
thority to sign, Meyer has 
preached in private houses, 4230; 
allusions, 4236, 4240, 4245, 4250, 
4254; report of the committee on 
efforts to reconcile the church of 
Kingston and Domine Meyer, 
(1773) 4268; Meyer called to 
Pompton Plains, 4252, 4268; allu- 
sions, 4289, 4318; Meyer appointed 
as instructor of students in He- 
brew and Greek, (1784) 4323, 4335, 
4337; writes the synodical letter to 
the classis, (Apr. 11, 1786) 4338- 
39; allusions, 4341, 4343; one of 
the committee to revise the church 
order, (1788) 4348, 4358, 4361 
[died 1791] 

Meyer, Jacob, 2437 

Meyer, Jan, 965 

Meyer, Jan D., 557 

Meyer, Jan E., 362 

Meyr, Joh., 2437 

Meyer, Johannes, 3901, 3913, 3925, 
3999, 4240, 4242, 4364 

Meyer, Rev. John H., (1800) 4388 

Meyer, H. D., (1677) 698 [appar- 
ently a mistake for William De 
Meyer of Esopus, mentioned on 
same page] 

Meyer, Nicholas, see De Meyer, Nich- 
olas 

Meyers, Martin, 664 

Meynders (Mjmders), Burger, 2144- 
45, 3046-47, 3095, 3172 

Meynders, Rev., 3282 



Meynderse ( Meyderse, Meynerse, 
Mynderse), Jacobus, elder of Sche- 
nectady, 3012, 3547, 3549 

Meynderse. See also Mynderse 

Meyndersts, Egbert, 557 

Meynderts, Meyndert, 213 

Meynema (Meinema), Rev. Benja- 
min, called to Poughkeepsie and 
Fishkill, (1745) 2869-73; in- 
stalled, 2876; church of New York 
invites him to attend the Coetus, 
(1747) 2960; attends, 2974; 3001, 
3012; allusions, 2897, 3041, 3098, 
3100, 3132, 3174, 3179, 3234; com- 
plains to the coetus of his con- 
sistory, (1752) 3236, 3491; takes 
part in the convention to form a 
classis, (1755) 3547-52; resigns, 
(1755) 3602; allusions, 3287, 3456, 
3598, 3600-2, 3615, 3641, 3654, 
3720, 4021 

Michaelius, (Michielsz) Jan (John) 
4411-12 

Michaelius (Mijchijlsen, Michielsen), 
Rev. Jonas ( or Joannes ) , unknown 
to Brodhead in 1853, 22; discovery 
in 1857 of his letter of 1628, 22; 
probably matriculated at Leyden 
University, (1600) 68; a member 
of the classis of Enkhuysen, 25, 33, 
34, 38, 40; and of the synod of 
North Holland 33, 34; son of 
Johannes Michaelius, 34; pastor at 
Nieuwbokswoude, (1612) 68; at 
Hem, 25, 34, 40, 68; goes to San 
Salvador, Brazil, 25, 40, 68; leaves 
Brazil for Guinea, 41, 68; sent by 
the classis of Enkhuysen to New 
Netherland, 25, 34, 38, 68; his ar- 
rival in Manhattan, 44, 46, 50, 68; 
his famous letter of Aug. 11, 1628, 
in Dutch and English, 48-68; es- 
tablishes the first church in the 
Middle States, 51, 52; its consis- 
tory, 52, 54; describes the Indians, 
56; his support, 61; describes the 
colony, 64; relation of his church 
to the church of Amsterdam, 66; 
styled " late minister to Virginia," 
68, 87; requested to return to New 
Netherland, 111, 113, 114; not ac- 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



261 



Michaelius (Mijchijlsen, Michielsen) 
{continued) 
cepted by the West India Com- 
pany, 116; sketch of, in Van der 
Aa's Biographical Dictionary, 68; 
tablet to his memory, 69; his prob- 
able subsequent ministry in Eng- 
land, 116-18; probable later resi- 
dence in Zeeland, 116, 914 [He 
was evidently sent to Manhattan 
by the Consistory of Amsterdam, 
even as the implications of his let- 
ter suggest (54, 66, 67), and be- 
cause he made his report to that 
consistory on his return, in Mar. 
1632. He must, therefore, have 
left Manhattan in the fall or ^vin- 
ter of 1631. 8ee Eekhof, pages 
20-22, 31, 33, 36, 40, and Appendix, 
page XXIV] 

Michaelius (Michiels), list of grad- 
uates of this name of Leyden Uni- 
versity, before the year 1750, 4412 

Michaelmas, 880 

Michaels, Moses, 1168 

Michel, Nicholas, 3660, 3990 

Michielse (Magielse, Nichelsen), 
Heudrick, 2624, 2629, 2834, 3440; 
buys a farm on the Manor of 
Fordham, (1759) 3749 

Michielse, Rjmier, 2624, 2629 

Michielszen, Enoch, 1199 

Michigan, 167 

Middag, Aartz, 3985, 4041, 4045 

Middelburgh, Holland, 186, 658, 907- 
8, 1090; classis of, 1072, 1649; 
convention at, (1581) 26; synod 
of, (1581) 430-31, 1628, 3856 

Middelhovius, Rev. Abraham, 114, 
116 

Middelwout (Midwout), see Flat- 
bush 

Middelye (Middellye), Holland, 724, 
875 

Middle Dutch church (New Church), 
New York City, subscriptions to 
be sought for an additional church 



Middle Dutch church (cont'd) 

building, (1726) 2343-44; ground 
purchased of Mr. Jamieson, 2358- 
59; the governor informed of the 
purpose, has no objections (Jan. 
1727), building to be begtm at 
once, 2375-81; allusions, 2390-91, 
2395-97, 2405-6, 2415, 2438, 2440- 
41; funds for, 2449-54, 2456-57; 
the tower, 2476-77; pews, 2488- 
90, 2516-19; subscriptions to be 
sought to finish the building, 
(1729) 2458; pews, (1731) 2537;* 
tablets erected in a new " Middle 
Church," 45, 48, 69 ; to be enlarged, 
(1763) 3909, 3912, 3915-16, 3922, 
3931, 3933, 3941, 3947, 3968, 4031, 
(1779) 1219, 3924, 3990, 4001, 
4073, 4106-7, 4145, 4180, 4200-2, 
4238, 4252, 4256; collections in, 
(1772) 4256, 4272, 4276, 4283 

Middleborough, see Middleburgh, L. I. 

Middleburgh, L, I., 342, 369, 396-97, 
496, 500, 633. See also Newtown 

Middleburgh, Schoharie County, 
N. Y., 1244 

Middlesex county, England, 1753, 
1820, 1824-25 

Middlesex county. New Jersey, 4213 

Middleton, [Charles, 2d] earl of, 
member of the Privy Council, 894. 
897, 925 

Middletown, Ct., 3910 

Middletown, N. J., 632, 1438; writes 
to classis for a minister, (1730) 
2506-13, 2536, see Haeghoort; 
allusions, 3935, 4211, 4243, 4246, 
(1784) 4318, (1800) 4390 

Middletown (Mapletown), N, Y., 
4382, (1800) 4388 

Middlewirth, John, 3382, see Van 
Middlesworth 

Midwife, (1633) 84, 85 

Midwout, see Flatbush 

Mieg, L. C, 2406 

Milbourne, Eev., (brother of Jacob) 
an Anabaptist, (1689) 977 



a This building stood on the east side of Nassau street. Its plot of ground ex- 
tending from Cedar to Liberty street: the tower was on the Liberty street end. It 
was called " The New Church " until some time after the North Church was built 
in 1769, when It began to be called the Middle Church, and was known by that name 
during the rest of Its existence. For further details, see Corwln's Manual, R. C. A., 
fourth edition, 1902, pages 996-98. 



262 



THE UISIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Milbourne, Jacob, complains of Van 
Rensselaer's preaching, 689-91; 
allusions, 977, 984, 990, 996, 1023, 
1028-29, 1031-32, 1036, 1222, see 
Leisler; his forcible reburial under 
the Dutch church by order of 
Bellomont, (1698) 1242, 1245-46, 
1256, 1261-62, 1289, 1302, 1345- 
46, 1395-1400, 1431 

Miles, Rev., (1800) 4391 

Milet (Millette), Father [Pierre], 
S. J., 977; a prisoner among the 
Indians, consolatory letter sent 
him by Father Lambertville, with 
clothes and money commending the 
kindness of Dellius, (1690) 994-95; 
writes to Domine Dellius, 1000, 
(1693) 1068-70, 1084; writes a 
second letter to him, (1694) 1094; 
allusion, 1098, 1358, 1413-15 

Milford, Ct., 511 

Milfort, earl of, member of the Privy 
Council, 925 

Militia of Xew York sends an ad- 
dress to William and Mary, 
(1689) 962, 980 

Milledoler, Johan, 4240 

Milledoler, Rev. [George] Philip, 
called to the German Reformed 
church of New York, (1795) 4371 

Millegan, John, sergeant, 3535 

Miller, Mr, attorney of Rev. John 
Frederick Haegar, 1872, 2061, 
2075 

Miller, Cornelius, 4041, 4045 

Miller, Hendrick, 3762 

Miller, Rev. John, British chaplain, 
(1692-95) 1037; writes a book on 
New York, proposing an Episco- 
pate, with the King's Farm as a 
seat for himself and his succes- 
sors, 1037, 1043, 1097, 1132; Gov- 
ernor Fletcher proposes him as 
first minister under the ministry 
bill, rejected, (1693) 1096-97, 
1132-33; his report on the state of 
the province before the commis- 
sioners for trade and plantations, 
(1696) 1170 

Miller, John, (1795) 4372 



Miller, John Peter, 2718, 2812 

Miller, Rev. Dr Samuel, 4182 

Milles, Adolph, 4372 

Mills, George M., 498 

Mills, Richard, teacher at Newtown, 
L. I., (1661) 500 

Mills, Samuel, 1846, 1850 

Millstone (Hillsborough, New Mill- 
stone), N. J., 4211, 4243, 4246; 
Domine Foering called, (1774) 
4279, (1784) 4318, (1800) 4390 

Millstone river, 2666 

]\Iillstone. See also Harlingen, N. J. 

Miln, Rev., 2677 

Milner, Michael, (1658) 413 

Milnor (Miliner), Rev., Anglican, 
(1759) 3746 

Milton, Mass., 1360 

Mingael, Johannes, 1306, 2115, 2120, 
2124 

Minisink, Sussex county, N. J., 
church writes to classis about le- 
gality of Fryenmoet's ordination, 

(1743) 2801-3; allusions, 2813, 
2836, 2638-39; response of classis, 

(1744) 2843, 2845; again writes 
to classis, 2962-64; allusions, 
2966, 3057, 3059-60, 3132; repre- 
sented in convention to form a 
classis, (1755) 3547, 3598, 4243, 
4247, (1784) 4318. See also 
Kingston 

Minisink purchase, 1669 
Ministerial maintenance bill, pro- 
posed by Governor Sloughter, for 
every town in the province, (Apr. 
1691) 1013-14; rejected by the As- 
sembly, 1015; another bill pro- 
posed, for the better observance of 
the Sabbath and that each town 
have a minister, (Aug. 1692) 1039; 
Fletcher reminds them of this bill, 

(Oct. 1692, Mar., Apr., 1693) 
1045, 1048, 1054; again reminds 
them, urges them to proceed, 

(Sept. 12, 1693) 1073-74; a bill 
passed, limited to four coimties, 

(Sept. 22, 1693) 1076-79; governor 
proposes an amendment, giving him 
the power to induct, rejected, 1074- 



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263 



Ministerial maintenance bill (cont'd) 
75, 1079, 1909, 2643; signs the 
bill, makes an ambiguous report as 
to its meaning, 1084 ;« Colonel 
^lorris's account of the passage 
of the bill, all the members of the 
Assembly except one, dissenters, 
1909; first civil vestry chosen 
imder its provisions, (Jan. 1694) 
1092; propose to call a dissenter, 
Fletcher proposes John Miller, his 
chaplain. Miller rejected, 1095-97; 
second civil vestry, (Jan. 8, 1695), 
governor threatens to prosecute 
them unless they take action, Mr 
Vesey invited on a minority vote, 
nothing accomplished, 1112; the 
Assembly declares the bill nonsec- 
tarian, rebuked by the governor, 
1114-15; third civil vestry chosen, 
(Jan. 14, 1696) 1133-34;6 the 
civil vestry call William Vesey, 
(Nov. 2, 1696) 1174-76; the An- 
glicans organize themselves into an 
ecclesiastical body, 1176-77; peti- 
tion for a charter, (May 6, 1697) 
1178-80; text of the charter, 1136- 
65; ministry bill approved by the 
king, (May 11, 1697) 2643; allu- 
sions, 1222, 1284, 1441-42 

Another bill passed for the set- 
tlement of all ministers and 
schoolmasters, the building and re- 
pairing of churches or meeting- 
houses; Governor Bellomont de- 
clines to sign this bill, but, with 
the House, petitions the king to 
allow it, (1699) 1299; not success- 
ful. Governor Cornbury summons 
the town vestry of Jamaica before 
him, for not performing their 
duties, (1703) 1518; an amend- 
ment to the ministry bill passed, 
so far as relates to New York city, 
salary of Anglican minister raised 
from flOO to £160; increased pen- 



Ministerial maintenance bill (cont'd) 
alties for members of civil vestry 
for neglect or refusal to act, 

(1703) 1526, 1529-31; an amend- 
ment to enforce the act of 1693 in 
the four coimties by severer penal- 
ties, (1705) 1595-96; reincorpora- 
tion of Trinity Church, taking the 
choice of the rector out of the 
hands of the civil vestry, and plac- 
ing in the hands of the church ves- 
try, assigning the money raised 
under the original act, solely to 
the rector of Trinity Church, 

(1704) 1552, 1563-66; Cornbury 
orders the town vestry of Jamaica 
to support only the Anglican min- 
ister, (1704) 1575-76; the town 
vestry of Jamaica fined for refus- 
ing to levy the tax, (1705) 1585; 
opposition to the Anglican view of 
the bill in Westchester county, 

(1705) 1587-88; an amendment to 
the original act, explaining it in 
favor of the Anglican church, and 
seeking to enforce it, (1705) 1595, 
1599, 2643; difficulties involved, 
described by Anglican ministers, 
Urquhart and Thoms, 1589-90; 
review of the ecclesiastical condi- 
tions by Colonel Heathcote, 1609- 
15; by Rev. Mr Muirson, (1708) 
1695-97; memorial of the Anglican 
clergy as to the difficulties of en- 
forcing the ministry bill in the An- 
glican sense, (1711) 1892-96; ac- 
count by Colonel Morris, (1712) 
1899; by Colonel Heathcote, fear 
of failure in suits at law, (1712) 
1899, 1900; other accounts, (1712) 
1900-3, 1905-15, 1917-22; address 
of the Anglican clergy to Governor 
Hunter, (1712) 1949; Rev. Jacob 
Henderson's account of the state 
of the Anglican church, (1712) 
1950; criticisms of his statements, 



a See Blackstone's views of the relation of English ecclesiastical laws to the 
colonies, 1180-82. 

h The .Anglicnns now bogin to organize among themselves, (Mar. 1!>, IfiOfii 
1134; solicit funds, among all classes, to buy a site for a church, the nutch 
church also now presses its flemands for a charter with good hopes of success, 
charter obtained, (May 11, 1696) 1136-65, 1107, 1171-72. 



264 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Ministerial maintenance bill {cont'd) 
1951-53; allusions to the opera- 
tions of the act in an address of 
Governor Hunter's friends to the 
bishop of London, (1714) 2014-19; 
lawsuits, (1717) 2113-15, 2126; 
petition of dissenters at Jamaica 
to have their fines remitted, (1719) 
2128-29; petitions against the ar- 
bitrary acts of justices at Jamaica 
in the execution of the act, 2129- 
38; special act to dispose of cer- 
tain moneys raised under the act 
[in favor of dissenters], passed, 
and signed, (1733) 2633; con- 
tinued opposition to the act, 2643, 
2645-46, 3428, 3453; amendments, 
3585, 3647; efforts to repeal 
the act, (1769) 4149-50, (1770) 
4176-81; amendment to choose two 
vestrymen for each ward of New 
York City, (1770) 4177; decision 
of Court of Chancery, (1771) 
4231-34; amendment as to the 
time of collecting the tax, (1775) 
4285; final repeal of the act of 
1693 and all its amendments, (Apr. 
20, 1777) 4300, (1784) 4316 

Ministerial society of Dutch, French 
and Anglican ministers, (1704) 
1559 

Ministers, constitutional provisions, 
(1619) 4218-20; rules for those 
going to the colonies, etc., (1636) 
89, 91; chaplains. 99, 102, 105; re- 
lation to patroons, 75, 78; names 
of American ministers who sub- 
scribed the formula of the Classis 
of Amsterdam (volume 45), 4407- 
9; sad condition under Leisler, 
(1689-91) 1041-45; their address 
to the king, (1690) 997-98; list 
of, before the year 1700, 4405-6; 
their maintenance under the Duke's 
Laws, (1665) 627; partial lists of, 
(1771) 4211, (1772) 4243, 4248, 
(1784) 4317-19, (1800) 4387-91; 
standing of uneducated colonial 
ministers, on their return, (1638) 
120-23 



Ministry act of 1693, bill to repeal, 
rejected by governor and Council, 
(1769) 4149 

Minor, Mr, of Woodbury, Ct., 
preaches to the Indians, 1360 

Minthorne, Mangle, vestryman, 490 

Minuit (Menewee), Peter, director 
general of New Netherland, (1626- 
32) 43-83; his early life and 
Christian activities, 43-44; ap- 
pointed director general (1625), 
arrives (May 4, 1626), 44; buys 
Manhattan island, becomes a char- 
ter member and elder in the Dutch 
church of Manhattan, 44, 52, 54; 
tablet to his memory in the Middle 
Dutch Church of New York, 45; 
his recall, (1632) 44; returned to 
America to found the colony of 
New Sweden, Delaware, (1638) 
44; his death, 44 

Minute book of the coetus, 3490, 
3494, 3548-51, 3589, 3597, 3599, 
3600-2, 3609, (1763) 3873, 4365 

Minutes of ecclesiastical bodies, 
(1619) 4222-23 

Minvielle, (Minivelle, Minville, Men- 
viel, Monvielle), Gabriel, 642, 998, 
1025, 1135, 1217, 1322, 1345, 1418 

Mirage, (1652) 311 

Mirror of the Sea, atlas belonging to 
the library of Jonas Bronck, 168 

Missal and breviary of Father 
Jogues, given by the Indians to 
Domine Megapolensis, 437 

Missillimaquina, 945 

" Mission of the Martyrs," name 
given to the Mohawk country after 
the murder of Father Jogues, 
(1646) 215 

Missionaries to the Indians in central 
New York, 3901-2, 4110, 4188, see 
under general heads of Mohawks, 
Indians, Jesuits, and under the 
particular names of Bressani; Dab- 
Ion; Jogues; Lamberville; Le 
Moyne; Milet; Pierron; Poncet; 
Megapolensis, John; Dellius; Free- 
man; Tesschenmacher ; Van Dries- 
sen, Peter; Barclay, Thomas; Bar- 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



265 



Missionaries to the Indians in cen- 
tral New York {continued) 
clay, Henry; Moore, Thorougligood ; 
Andrews; Ogilvie; and under Gov- 
ernors, see Dongan, Fletcher, Bello- 
mont; Denonville; Frontenac 

Missisague, an Indian, 1379 

Mitchell, William, 3173 

Mizard, John, 3031 

Moeller, Rev. Henry, Lutheran min- 
ister at Albany, (1784) 4320 

Moene (Moonen, Mooner, Moons), 
Jacob, 2100, 2377, 2449, 2477, 2489 

Moesman, Arent Janss., 556 

Moesman, a ship, 455 

Moeurs, see Meurs 

Mohammedans, 1062 

Mohawk Valley, 1245, 1350 

Mohawks (Maquas, Mohogs), at war 
with the Mohegana, (1628) 57, 64; 
capture Father Jogues, (1642) 
166; his escape, return, death, 
(1646) 214; make peace with the 
French, (1652-53) 315-16; make 
request that a Jesuit Father may 
dwell among them, (1654) 321; 
receive Father LeMoyne with great 
respect, (1655) 340; other Jesuit 
missionaries, 436-39; their capital, 
(1667) 590; allusions, 904-5, 992- 
93, 1018-19, 1024, 1084; transla- 
tions into Mohawk, 1087, 1097, 
1122-24, 1169-70, 1181-82; work 
of Domine Dellius among, (1694) 
1087, 1103; importance of Protes- 
tant missionaries among, (1696) 
1174; alleged fraud by Dellius in 
the purchase of their lands, (1698) 
1224; their desire for Protestant 
missionaries, 1224, 1520-21 , their 
lands, 1227, 1240-41, 1244, 1262- 
63, 1277, 1283, 1288-89; proposed 
restoration of their lands by Bello- 
mont, (1699) 1303; allusions, 
1313, 1315, 1318-19, 1324-20, 1333- 
35, 1358, 1364, 1407, 1416, 1427, 
1437-39; Bellomont's conference 
with, 1379-82; Domine Freeman 
teaches them, (1701) 1376-77, 
1401-3, 1439, 1495-96, 1867; few 



Mohawks (Maquas, Mohogs) {cont'd) 
in numbers, ( 1701 ) 1439 ; Domine 
Lydius appointed to teach them, 

(1700) 1378, 1867; allusion to 
their loss of Domine Dellius, 

(1701) 1466; Robert Livingston 
urges Protestant missionaries for, 
1532; six men needed, two found. 
Rev. [Syman?] Smith and Thor- 
oughgood Moore, the S. P. G. un- 
able to cope with the situation, 
appeal made to Queen Anne, 1549, 
1554-56; grants of land by, 1684- 
88 ; Palatines may settle on their 
river, (1709) 1812; a chapel built 
among (1712) 1967, 2192-93; 
Rev. William Andrews, missionary 
to, 1968-69, 1994; Governor Hun- 
ter has a conference with, (1714) 
2070, 2099; Rev. Peter Van Dries- 
sen labors among, prays for com- 
pensation, (1722) 2191; conver- 
sions among, 2552-53; deed cer- 
tain lands to the king, (1733) 
2634; the Mohawk Flats, excellent 
sites for churches, 2663, 2669-73; 
German settlers on these Flats, 
(1737) 2680; Rev. Henry Barclay 
has great success among, (1741) 
2751 ; German churches on their 
river, (1751) 3162; complaints 
against Barclay touching a certain 
glebe land, 2933-34; allusions, 
3107, 3399; French priests not 
allowed among, (1749) 3086; 
Rev. Gideon Hawley visits the 
Mohawk country, (1753) 3399- 
3405; the Mohawks petition that 
rum may not be sold to them, 
348.3-84; importance of counter- 
acting French Jesuit influences, 
(1756) 3650; Rev. Ogilvie, mis- 
fiionary among, .3650, (1763) 3910; 
Dr Wheelock labors among, 3813; 
book of common prayer translated 
into Mohawk, (1762) 3840; allu- 
sions, 403S; their school at Fort 
Hunter, (1769) 4173; are Chris- 
tianized, (1770) 4187-88 



266 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Mohegans (Mohakanders), 57, 64, 
993 

Mol, Lambert Huyberts, 557 

Molenaar, Abram, 3620 

Molenar, Ary, 2274, 2329 

Moleneri Praxis (Moral and Practi- 
cal Discourses), book belongino; to 
Jonas Bronck, 168 

Moll, Joan ( John ) , magistrate and 
elder at New Castle on the Dela- 
ware, 673-74, 734, 824 

Mompesson, see Mumpesson 

Monados, see Manhattan 

Monckton, Robert, commissioner of 
trade and plantations, (1709-11) 
1726, 1834, 1971 

Monckton, Robert, governor of New 
York, (1763) 3826 

Money bills, 1966-67, 2006 

Moneys, 900 guilders raised by the 
Dutch churches to prosecute Gov- 
ernor Cornbury for his oppres- 
sions, sent to the Classis of Amster- 
dam for legal expenses in England, 
(1706) 1656. See also Liberties 
of the Dutch churches 

Monmouth, [Charles Mordaunt, 3d 
earl of], 1002 

Monmouth, [James Scott], duke of, 
666, 918 

"Monmouth Affair," 1248 

Monmouth county, N. J., 3546, 4213 

Monson, Mr, 2874 

Montague (Montanye, Mantanje), 
Abraham, elder, 4243, 4246 

Montagne, Jean (Jan, Johannes) de 
la, councillor, 252, 254, 300, 523; 
appointed schoolmaster {hypodi- 
dasculum), (1652) 307-8 

Montagne, Jan de la, sexton of the 
church in the fort (about 1689- 
93 ) , of Garden street church 
(1693-1730), 930-31, 1092, 2490 

Montagne (Montagnie, Montague), 
Jan de la, jr, appointed sexton of 
Garden street church, (1730) 2490- 
95, 2563, 2854, 3146, 3914, 3922, 
3946, 3968, 4046 

Montagne (Montanye), Jan de la, jr. 
(2d), appointed sexton of Garden 



Montagne (Montanye), Jan de la, jr, 
( 2d ) — ( continued ) 
street church, (1767) 4078-79, 
4103, 4181; resigns, (1774) 4273 

Montague, Captain James, (1775) 
4187 

Montague, Sir James, (1709), 1746, 
1752, 1787 

Montagu[e], Lord [Ralph, Earl of], 
member of the Privy Council, 
(1688), 961, 1002 

Montaigne, Rev. John, French minis- 
ter at Fordham, (1696) 3454 

Montanius (Bergen?), Rev. Abra- 
ham, 708 

Montanus's description of New 
York, 616 

Montauk Indians, civilized, (1764) 
3970 

Montfoort, Abraham, 2780-81, 2858- 
59, 2861, 2892, 2894-95 

Montfoort, Cor[nelis], of Jamaica, 
L. I., (1759) 3726 

Montfoort (Montford), Jacobus, 
2745, 2843, 2887, 2890, 3099 

Montfoort, John, 3031, 3925 

Montfoort, Pieter, of Long Island, 
(1698) 1198 

Montfoort, Pieter, of Long Island, 
(1740) 2745, 2887 

Montfoort, Holland, 573 

Montford, Jacob, see Montfoort, 
Jacobus 

Montford, Peter, of New Jersey, 
(1753) 3382 

Montford. See also Mountfort 

Montgomery, Classis of Ulster 
[Orange county], N. Y., 4383, 
(1800) 4388 

Montgomery county, N. Y., 1245; 
classis of, (1800) 4383 

Montgomery (Montgomerie) , John, 
governor of New York, address of 
welcome to, by Consistory of 
Dutch Church, (1728) 2406, 2423; 
approved of collection to finish 
Middle Dutch Church, 2453-54, 
2458; petitioned by the people of 
Fishkill to be allowed to build a 
church, 2534, 2550, 2552-53; his 
death, (1731) 2548, 2622 



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267 



Monthly fast days, (1664) 550 

Monthly Journal of Amsterdam, 
(1767) 4109. See also Boekzaal 

Monton, Andrew, 3382 

Montreal (Mount Reall, Mount 
Troyall), allusions, 946, 993, 1069, 
1094, 1122-23, 1173, 1223, 1225-26, 
1241, 1374, 1410, 2172, 2234, 2921, 
2934 

Monvielle, Lieutenant Colonel, see 
Minvielle 

Moonen ( Mooner, Moons ) , Jacob, see 
Moene, Jacob 

Moordrecht (Moort), near Gouda, 
Holland, 202, 339, 902 

Moore, Olonel, 2821, 2927, 2997 

Moore, Dr, of London, 1855 

Moore, Alexander, 2026 

Moore, Rev. Benjamin, assistant rec- 
tor in Trinity Church, (1784) 4325 

Moore, Sir Henry, governor, ( 1765- 
69) 4010; address of consistory to, 
and his reply, 4023-24, 4074, 4081, 
4090-92, 4094, 4099, 4104, 4118, 
4149-50, 4231 

Moore (More), Rev. John, allusion, 
(1656) 342; parsonage at New- 
town given him, (1657) 369; 
preacher at Newtown, 397; death 
(1657), 410-11, 501 

Moore, Lambert, 2930 

Moore, Michael, 2329, 2353, 2403, 
4211 

Moore, Nathaniel, 4232 

Moore, Samuel, 1846 

Moore (Moor), Rev. Thoroughgood, 
is about to settle as a missionary 
to the Mohawks, (1704) 1554; is 
delayed by the winter and the fur 
traders, takes Rev. Talbot's charge 
at Burlington, N. J., refuses the 
sacrament to Lieutenant Governor 
Ingoldsby, imprisoned, escapes, 
sails for England, shipwrecked and 
lost, 1555-57; allusions, 1610, 1613, 
1697, 1711, 1868, 1906-7 

Moort, see Moordrecht, Holland 



Moral philosophy. Rev. Dr Myles 
Cooper, professor of, in Kings Col- 
lege, 4186 

Morasiere, Rev. [Johannes de la?], 
1720 

Moravians (Herrnhuters), Classis of 
Amsterdam warns against, (1738) 
2714, 2723, 2732, 2734, 2755; mis- 
sionaries to the Indians, (1740) 
2746, 2847-48, 2851 ; summoned be- 
fore the governor, 2852-54 ; ordered 
to leave the province, 2861-62, 
2874; alleged reasons for passing 
laws against them, (1746) 2906-8, 
2917; Parliament acknowledges 
their episcopate, relieves them from 
bearing arms and from judicial 
oaths, 3084; resolve to build a 
church in New York, 3161, 3184; 
their excellent character, 3332-33; 
buy land of Collegiate Church, 
(1760) 3758;<» allusions, 3904, 3960, 
(1768) 4137 

Mordaunt, [Charles, 2d], viscount, 
member of the Privy Council, 961 

More, John, signs petition to found 
Jamaica (1660), 464 

More. See also Moore 

Morell, Samuel, 3173 

Morgan, Joanes, see Jones, Morgan 

Morgan, Rev. Joseph, Presbyterian, 
pastor in Westchester county, 
(1701) 1486, (1705) 1610; allu- 
sions, (1725) 2252, 2262, 2270, 
2327, 2354, 2403-4, 2418, 2466; 
supplies the Presbyterian and 
Dutch churches of Monmouth coun- 
ty, N. J., 2507-8, 2511, 2513, 2557, 
2583 

Morgan, Charles (Sarles), 474 

Morgat, Peter, 2237 

Mormelton, see Marbletown 

Morpo (Morpe, Moyro), Rev., French 
minister at Boston, 945, 948, 1172, 
1188 

Morray, [Alexander Stuart, 4th] earl 
of, member of the Privy Council, 
925 



a This lot on which their church was built, was the southeast corner of Fulton 
and Dutch streets. 



268 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Morray, Lawyer, 2217 
Morris, Frederick, 2652, 4275 
Morris (Marus), Lewis, (son of 
Colonel Lewis Morris) encroaches 
on Manor of Fordham, committee 
appointed to maintain the rights 
of the Collegiate Church, (1724) 
2217, 2221; member of the Coun- 
cil, (1725) 2241, 2722; continues 
encroachments on Manor of Ford- 
ham, 3614, 3725, 3727; oflFers £6000 
for 1200 acres of the manor, (1759) 
3737-38, 3748, 3760-61; fails to 
meet his obligations, (1766) 4067- 
68, (1772) 4249 
Morris, Colonel Lewis,a receives from 
Governor Fletcher the Manor of 
Morrisania, (1697) 3452; proposes 
the founding of a college in New 
York, and suggests that the Queen's 
Farm, of 32 acres, should be given 
toward its establishment, (1703) 
1516; allusion, 1519; will give 
the S. P. G. an account of the min- 
istry of Rev. John Brooks in the 
Jerseys, (1705) 1611; allusion, 
1615; tells how Cornbury demeaned 
himself by dressing in women's 
clothes, 1711; endeavors to start 
an Anglican church at Harlem, for 
Dutch people, with Rev. Henricus 
Beys, for rector, (1709) 1452, 
1743, 3454; writes to S. P. G. (Jan. 
1, 1712) 1899; to John Chamber- 
layn, giving an account of Angli- 
can aflFairs, (Feb. 20, 1712) 1906; 
to S. P. G., giving his view of the 
origin of the ministry act of 1693, 
all dissenters (non-Anglicans) in 
the Assembly which enacted that 
act, excepting one, loose wording 



Morris, Colonel Lewis — {continued) 
of the bill, allusions to Rev. Poyer, 
(Feb. 20, 1712) 1909-12; allusions, 
1615, 1683-84, 1751, 1951; chief 
justice of New York, his general 
character, 2622-24; removed from 
his chief justiceship, (1734) 264G ; 
allusions, 2677, 2722, 2742 

Morris, Roger, 4178 

Morris, Colonel (Captain), William, 
989, 999, 1134-35, 1139, 1148, 1177- 
78, 1180-81, 1312, 1322, 1326, 1573 

Morrisania Manor, 3452 

Morrisen, Symon, 188 

Morrison, Donald, 3804 

Morten, Richard, 1788 

Mosbach, Palatinate, 1602 

Moscow, Russia, forms of calls and 
instructions of ministers going to, 
(1636) 92-95, 100-3, 128, 706-7 

Moss, Dr, 1787 

Mott, Rev., a Moravian minister in 
New England, 2852 

Mott, Rev. Edmund, chaplain to the 
British forces (1696-1704), died, 
(1704) 1668-69, 1508, 1583, 1172& 

Mott, John, 1326 

Mouchin, Baron de, 1822 

Mouckton, Mr, see Monckton, Robert, 
commissioner of Trade and Planta- 
tions 

Moulinaars (Molinaar), Rev. Jean 
Joseph Brumold, last preacher in 
French, at New Paltz, (1726-41) 
3209; allusions, 2236, 2240, 2294, 
2296-97, 230O 

Mount Johnson, 3401 

Mountague, Mr, 1437 

Mountain, Rt. Rev. [George], bishop 
of London, (1642) 170 

Mountfort, Benjamin, 1174 



a He was born 1671 at Morrisania, died at Kingsbury, N. J., 1746. His father 
settled on a farm of 3000 acres near Harlem. He became a Judge of the New 
Jersey Superior Court in 1692. and a member of the Council, was subsequently an 
active member of the Assembly, drew up the charges against Cornbury, was for 
several years chief justice of New York and New .Tersey, state councillor, 1710-38 ; 
acting governor, 1731 ; governor of New Jersey, 1738-46 ; brought about the sepa- 
ration of the governments of New York and New Jersey. 1738. Among his grand- 
sons were Staats, a general in the British army, and an M. P. ; Richard, judge in 
the New York Vice Admiralty Court ; afterward chief justice ; died 1810 ; Gouv- 
erneur ; lived at Morrisania ; in the Provincial Congress of 1775 ; In the conti- 
nental Congress. 

b He Is one of the two nameless Episcopal ministers alluded to, (1696) 1172. 
The other Is Symon Smith. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



269 



Mountfort. See also Montfoort 
Mourcourtius, Rev. Joannes, 110, 189, 

190, 210, 455, 462, 468, 526 
Mourin, P., 1322 

Mouvlourt, Rev. John, 455 [A mis- 
print for Mourcourt] 
Mowers, Henry, 4365 
Moyon, G., 1322 
Moyro, Rev., see Morpo, Rev. 
Muirson, Rev. George, rector of a 
free Latin school in New Yorlc, 
(1704) 1552; goes to England for 
holy orders, 1552; minister at Rye 
and Bedford, (1705-8) 1611-13; 
cares for neighboring churches also, 
1614 ; authorized to baptize in Con- 
necticut, (1706) 1635; letter to 
the Anglican Society about his 
parish, (1708) 1695-97; the An- 
glican ministers write to the 
bishop of London in behalf of his 
widow, (1709) 1809 
Mulatto slaves, 1673, 1710 
Mulford, Rev. Henry DuBois, 1761 
Mulford, Samuel, 927 
Muller, Cornells, 3955, 3959 
Muller Johannes, 3913 
Muller, Philip, 3901 
Mullerius, Rev. Nicholas, 371 
Mumpsen (Mompsen, Mompesson), 
justice in Queens county, 1690, 
1714, 1805, 1865, 1873, 1902, 1905, 
1913 
Munnik, Evert Willemsen, 574 
Munro, Rev. Harry, 4118, 4173 
Munster, treaty of, 1783, 1821 
Mupa, Christian, 101 
Murder, penalty of, 1710 
Murfie, Aris, deacon of Flatbush, 

L. I., 3331 

Murphy, Hon. Henry C, 22, 49, 827, 

865, 868, 871, 876, 1006, 1041, 3456 

Murray, Joseph, 2241, 2847, 2851-52, 

2861, 3017, 3057, 3478, 3508, 3544, 

3554 

Muscovy, 184, 635, 1072. See also 

Moscow 
Music, instrumental, (1703) 1519- 

20 
Musical type, 3921-22, 4010, 4031 



Muskeeta's Kill, 1138 
Mussart, Captain, 3739 
Mussart, Toussaint, 310 
Musy, Abraham, 2534 
Muzelius (Mutzelius), Frederick, 
holds favorable views of a coetus, 
(1737) 2687; changes his opinion, 
2689 ; unites with others in writing 
to classis against a coetus, 2691- 
94; allusions, 2710, 2712-13, 2716, 
2727-29, 2753; with others, writes 
to classis, (Apr. 14/25, 1743) 
2798-2800; response of classis, 
(Oct. 29, 1743) 2825, 2828; writes 
to classis, (Apr. 11/22, 1744) 2835; 
allusions, 2911, 2973, 2975; con- 
tinued opposition to the coetus, 
(1747) 2981; letter of classis to 
him, 2985-86, 2999 ; allusions, 3028, 
3033, 3037, 3055; his church com- 
plains of his habits, (1749) 3057; 
classis writes to him, 3059, 3062- 
64, 3067, 3071-72; allusions as to 
his habits and disciplinary meas- 
ures, 3087, 3092, 3099, 3101, 3119, 
3126, 3133-34, 3140, 3158, 3177, 
3236, 3246, 3288-89, 3329, 3336- 
38, 3341, 3348-49, 3371, 3375, 3413- 
17, 3466, 3472 
Myer, Andrew, 3830 
Myer. See also Meyer 
Myles, Rev. Samuel, Anglican min- 
ister at Boston, 1174-75, 1335, 
(1709) 1809, 2096; gives an excel- 
lent certificate to Rev. William Ve- 
sey, when visiting England, (1714) 
2053 
Mynard, Samuel, 998 
Mynders, Birgert, see Meynders, Bur- 
ger 
Mynderse, Fredrick, 1608 
Mynderse (misprinted Wynderse), 
[Jacobus], member of New York 
Assembly, (1770) 4176 
Mynot, Abraham, 1197 

Naam-Register, 4279 
Naerden, Holland, 2346 
Nagel, John, 3236, 3416 



270 



THE TJNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Nagel (Nget), Philip, 2804-5, 2894, 
2899, 3023-24, 3027, 3074, 3080, 
3101-2, 3176, 3178, 3187-90, 3250, 
3331, 3420, 3437, 3444, 3473 
Nagel, William, 4243, 4246 
Names, latinized in Holland, 1289 
Namur, Belgiimi, 36 
Nancy, France, 921, 924, 928 
Nanfan, Captain, 1441-42, (1701) 
1592; lieutenant Governor of New 
York, 3452 
Nantz, revocation of edict of, 2239 
Napanoch (Wawarsing), N. Y., 3562, 

3709 
Narisch (Naris, Norris), Pa., 2984, 

2990 
Narragansett, 1795, 3735 
Nash, Stephen P., prepares history of 
the title of the Trinity Church 
property, 1518 
Nassau, John Maurice, count of, 
governor of Dutch Brazil, 41 ; 
writes for eight Reformed minis- 
ters, 42, 109 
Nassau-Dillenburg, 3687 
Nassau island. Long island so called 
in honor of William III, 1066, 1118, 
1121, 1132, 1227, 1245, 1315, 1333, 
1573, 1579, 1608, 1713-14, 1721- 
22, 1799, 1800, 1846, 2738, 2744, 
2803 
National Synod, (1619) 4221. See 

also General synod 
Natural ministers (unregenerate) , 

2354, 2842, 2883-84, 2891 
Natural people, 2354 
Naturalizing foreign Protestants, in 
England, (Feb., Mar. 1709) 1724- 
32, 1752, 1821, 1823, 1832; repeal 
of the bill, 1833-34; in Holland, 
(1709) 1776, 1830; in New York, 
(1711) 1878, (1712) 1964, (1715) 
2094, (1769) 4149-50 
Natural religion, 4323 
Naudain, Andrg, 1864 
Nauty (Neuty, Menty), see Menz 
Navarre, 1784 

Navesink, N. J., 2462, 2466, 2506, 
2509, 2513, 2536, 2554, 2557, 2570, 
2574, 2578, 2583, 3547 



Navigation act, 532 

Navy, 103 105, 281 

Nawenzinks, see Neversink 

Nayack (Nyack), L. I., near Fort 

Hamilton, 303 
Nazareth, Pa., 2746 
Neau, Elias, an elder in the French 
church, and catechist among the 
negroes and Indians, (1703) 1528, 
1559; conforms to the Church of 
England, (Oct. 1704) 1452, 1559, 
1609, 1613; appointed catechist in 
Trinity Church, (Aug. 4, 1704), 
1949-50; his successful labors, 
(1704-23) 1452; died, (1723) 
2231; allusions, 1695, 1699, 1906, 
2357 
Neauline, E., 3120 
Neder-Veluwe, province of Gelder- 
land, Holland, classis of, 3159-60, 
3165, 3180, 3182-84, 3195, 3204-6, 
3237-38, 3240-41, 3245,3256,3258- 
62, 3264-65, 3270, 3277, 3291, 3306, 
3374 
Neering, Henry, organ maker, (1703) 

1520 
Nees, Frederick, 1813 
Nefius, see Nevius 
Negro conspiracy to burn New York, 

(1741) 2757-58, 2763-64, 2906 
Negro-English, 2953, 3109, 3110 
Negro, given to the Collegiate Church 
in payment of a debt, (1770) 4184 
Negroes, give better hopes of con- 
version than Indians, (1641) 142, 
150; a teacher found for the ne- 
groes in Brazil, (1645) 191, 243; 
40 negroes at Stuyvesant's Bou- 
werie, instructed by Domine Selyns, 
(1660) 488-89; are to be baptized 
only on a proper confession of 
their faith, the children of heathen 
not to be baptized, (1661) 508; 
Selyns, slow to baptize the children 
of the negroes, (1664) 548; allu- 
sions, 554, 954, 1034; about 1500 
negroes in New York City, taught 
by Elias Neau, not a few baptized 
by Rev. Mr Vesey in Trinity 
Church, (1705) 1609, 1613; an act 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



271 



Negroes (continued) 

to encourage the baptism of negro, 
Indian and mulatto slaves, (1706) 
1673; their deplorable condition, 
(1710) 1609; Colonel Heathcote's 
negroes at Rye, (1710), 1695; their 
conspiracies, (1712) 1609, 1949, 
2336-37; slaves in the city, (1726) 
2357; conversion of, 2993, 3045 
Nelson, Mr, 1069, 1739, 1741 
Nelson, William, 2244 
Nertunius, Rev., (Lutheran), 395 
Nesaquake, L. I., 578 
Nesbitt, Rev. James, 4047 
Neshaminy (Shaminy, Schemmeny), 

Pa. 2701, 2735, 2904, 362S, 3653 
Neshanic (Nechanic, New Shannock, 
Shannick), N. J., 3719, 3827, 4211, 
4243, 4246, (1784) 4318, (1800), 
4390 
Nesser, Mr, 1963 
Netherlands, The, 558 
Netherlands confession of faith, 465, 

467 
Neubert, J., 1662 

Neuburg, in the Palatinate, see New- 
burgh 
Neversink ( Naversinks ) , 636, 967, 

2686, 2703-4, 2708, 2916, 3603 
Neville, Dr John, 1864 
Neville, Richard, 1724, 1752, 1832 
Nevius. David, elder at Six Mile Run, 

(1735) 2668, 3382 
Nevius genealogy, 573 
Nevius, Joannes, 418, 557, 565, 573 
Nevius, Rev. John, 573 
Nevius, Rev. Mathias, 573 
Nevius, Mathias, jr, 573 
Nevius (Nevijus), Peter, 1713, 1723, 

1797-98, 1806 
Nevius, Peter, elder, 2708 
Nevius (Nefius, Neefius, Nevyus), 
Roelof, elder on the Raritan, 2204, 
2256, 2595, 2639-40 
New Albany, see Albany 
New Amersfoort (Amersfort, Ames- 
foort), (1703) 1522, 1539, 1544, 
1579, 1622, 1634, 1644, 1662, 1765, 
1929, 1935, 1973-90, 1994, 2012, 
2084 



New Amstel (South River), Dela- 
ware, colony of, 458, 529, 530, 533, 
(16SU) 753, 782, 976. See also 
South River 
New Amstel, a ship, 458 
New Amsterdam, church of, see Col- 
legiate Cliurch 
New Amsterdam, city of, (Manhat- 
tan ) , its first settlement, 37 ; its 
directors and directors general, see 
names of May, Verhulst, Minuit, 
Krol, Van Twiller, Kieft, Stuyves- 
ant; remonstrance of the people 
against its form of government, 
(1649) 254-60, 285-86; prayer at 
the opening of the court, (1653) 
314-15; plan and sketch of, (1660) 
492, 495 ; fears for its safety, ( Aug. 
4, 1664) 551-53; remonstrance of 
the people against resistance, 555- 
57; articles of capitulation, 557- 
59; English policy in its capture, 
559-60; the oath of allegiance to 
Great Britain, 563-64; action in 
Holland, 565-67; the fidelity of 
Stuyvesant, 573-74; displeasure of 
the West India Company, 574; 
Stuyvesant's report on the surren- 
der, 575-77; answer of the com- 
pany, 584-86, 876. See also New 
York 
New Barbadoes, 2330-31, 2359, 4086. 

See also Hacensack 
New Bohemia, Md., 871, 876, 958, 

1053, 1232 
New Bom, The, 2429 
New Brunswick, N. J., allusions to, 
2740, 3003, 3382-84, 3547, 3598, 
3705, 3762, 4269-70, 4274, 4320, 
4322, 4327 ; Archives of the General 
Synod R. C. A., at, 22, 73, 2639- 
40, 2656; Dutch church of, see 
Frelinghuysen, Rev. T. J., first pas- 
tor; Rev. Leydt called to, 3027, 
3035, 3043, 3132, 3176, 4243, 4246, 
(1784) 4318, (1800) 4390; Par- 
ticular Assembly, (or Classis) of, 
(1771) 4213, 4253, (1784), 4318; 
assumes the name of classis, ( 1784) 
4322, 4327, 4362, (1800) 4384 



272 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



New Brunswick, N. J., Presbytery of, 
(1738) 2717, 2746 

New Brunswick, N. J., Anglican 
church of, Rev. Cutting, rector of, 
(1764-66) 3997, 4211, 4256, 4265- 
66, (1776) 4295, 4300, (1780) 
4306, 4312-14; Episcopal Confer- 
ence at, (1784) 4325 

New Castle, Delaware, 778, 823-24, 
830-33, 849, 853, 854, 867-68, 876, 
882, 959, 969, 1042, 1045, 1053, 
1061, 1093, 1134, 1991, (1776) 
4290. See also South River 

New Castle, John, duke of, 1787 

Newcastle, [Thomas Pelham Holies, 
4th] duke of, 2673, 2680, 2757-59, 
2763-64, 2934 

New Castle, Presbytery of, 2746 

New church, suggested for New York 
City, (1726) a 

Newdigall, Sergeant, 509 

New Dorp, or New Village, at the 
Esopus, 597. See also Hurley, Mar- 
bletown 

New England, each town at once 
builds a fine church, (1642) 164; 
desires to receive the exiles and 
the poor children and orphans from 
the persecuted churches of Ireland 
and England, (1643) 169, 170; its 
people tax themselves for the sup- 
port of ministers and teachers, 
(1650) 285; appoint their own 
magistrates, (1653) 318; the Dutch 
ministers desire English-speaking 
ministers for the English villages 
on Long Island, but especially for 
those who are free from independ- 
ent and other New England no- 
tions, (1660) 470; proposed condi- 
tions under which New Englanders 
may settle in New Netherland, 
(1662) 518-20, 523-24; secret in- 
structions to Colonel Nicolls, as to 
religion, in his mission to New Eng- 
land, (1664) 544; New England 



New England (continued) 

willing to help Colonel NicollB in 
his expedition against New Nether- 
land, (1664) 565-67; allusions, 
882, 894, 908, 922, 954-55, 973, 
985-87, 993, 1008, 1043, 1096, 1125, 
1170, 1172, 1188, 1382; suggested 
as a home for the Palatines, 
(1709) 1789, 1828; allusions, 1430, 
1670, 1910, 2015, 2564; name used, 
as if including New York, 2765, 
3059, 3104; fanaticism of, 3909- 
10 

New Flushing, see Flushing 

New Forest, The, England, 1437 

New Hackensack, N. Y., 3949-50, 
3972; calls Rysdyck, (1765) 3983- 
84, 3989, 4069-70, 4284, (1784) 
4318, 4383, (1800) 4388 

New Haerlem ( Harlem ) , see Harlem, 
N. Y. 

New Hampshire, 1222, 1744, 3736; 
grants of land in, (1767) 4090-91 

New Hanover, Pa., 3882 

New Harlem (Fonda's Bush), N. Y., 
(1800) 4389 

New Haven, certain parties from, seek 
conditions of settlement in New 
Netherland, (1662) 518,520,2564, 
2572, 2580, 2602, 2605, 2610-11, 
2800, 2966; Anglican church at, 
3502-4 (1754) 

New Hempstead (Kakiat, Clarks- 
town), N. Y., 3133, 4243, 4246, 
(1784) 4318,4383, (1800) 4391 

New Hurley, N. Y., 4243, 4247, 
(1784) 4318, 4383, (1800) 4388 

New Jamaica, see Jamaica 

New Jersey, (New Yarsey), sold to 
Berkeley and Carteret, (1664) 542; 
their " Concessions and Agree- 
ments "with settlers, (1665) 569- 
70; general freedom of conscience 
allowed by the restored Dutch gov- 
ernment, (1673) 631-32; English 
government restored, (1674) 648; 



a' New Church," a name for a long time applied to the Middle Church on Nassau 
street ; only occasionally to the North Church on Fulton street ; also yet occasionally 
to the Middle Church, after the North Church had been built, 4180-81. see Middle 
Dutch Church. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



273 



New Jersey (continued) 

allusions, 876, 954, 971, 977, 987, 
996, 1009, 1024, 1037, 1099, 1125, 
1171, 1222, 1262; Anglican church 
in, (1699) 1321, 1330; state of re- 
ligion in, 1427, 1430, 1438; sur- 
render of the Proprietors to the 
Crown, (1702) 1593; Assembly of, 
said to be opposed to the queen's 
government, (1707) 1683; reasons 
alleged by Combury, of emigration 
to, from Long Island, (1708) 1707- 
9; allusions, 1527, 1670; half of 
the Assembly, Quakers, (1709) 
1767; allusions, 1950-51, 1992, 
2506; census of, (1726) 2336-37; 
synodical report on, (1763) 3883- 
86, 3943-44, (1768) 4128-30, 4168, 
4213-14, (1772) 4250, 4252, 4264; 
church charters in, (1775) 4287, 
(1776) 4294 (1779) 4304, (1785) 
4330-31, (1787) 4343-44 
Xew Kirk, Benjamin, 4040 
New Kirk. See also Nieuwkerk 
New Lights, 3072, 4058 
New London, Ct., 3614, 3642 
New Millstone, see Millstone, N. J. 
New Netherland, a ship, 37 
New Netherland, discovery of, (1609) 
255; by what ecclesiastical bodies 
to be governed, (1624) 38, 39; di- 
rectors May and Verhulst, (1624- 
26) 37; directors general Minuit 
[and KroI],a (1626-31) 43-83; the 
first minister, Michaelius, (1G28- 
31) 48-68; patroonships, (1629) 
75; arrival of Van Twiller and Bo- 
gardus, (1633) 84; the States- 
General urge the more rapid colon- 
ization of, (1638) 115; proposed 
articles for, (1638) 120-21, but 
not adopted; arrival of Kieft, 
(1638) 114; its religious condition 
neglected by the West India Com- 
pany, 115; conditions for English 
settlers, (1641) 137-38; Patroon 
Van Rensselaer sends a minister 
[Megapolensis] with colonists for 



New Netherland (continued) 

Rensselaerwyck, (1642) 153-58; 
Kieft builds the church, at Man- 
hattan, in the fort, (1642) 163- 
66; Jesuit missionaries in central 
New York, (1642-43) 166-69; re- 
view of New Netherland's history, 
(1614-39) 187-88; the Indian war, 
(1643) 213-14, 256-58, 285; 
thanksgiving for peace, (1645) 
192; further review of the history, 
(1641-46) 212-15; resolutions of 
the company concerning, 193-94, 
196; events connected with the 
coming of Stuyvesant, (1647) 216- 
18, 224-25; condition of, 575; res- 
ignation of Domine Bogardus, 
death of Bogardus and Kieft by 
shipwreck, 228-29; Flushing peti- 
tions Stuyesant for a minister, 
226; Domine Megapolensis re- 
moves to Manhattan, (1649) 244, 
253-54, 262, 268-71, 278; cause of 
the decline of, 256-59, 266-70, 275- 
76, 284-86; its religious condition, 
(1650) 270; Dutch settlements on 
Long Island, Flatbush and New- 
town, (1652) 314, 330-33; religious 
condition, (1656), 341; surrender 
to the English, (1664) 555-60, 
564-67, 574, 584-86, 1591; its re- 
conquest by the Dutch, (1673) 628; 
petition to the States-General as 
to the means of prosperity, 635- 
36; consists of three cities and 
thirty villages, (1673) 630, 635, 
640, 649-50, 659; to be restored to 
England, (1674) 644-45, 1591; 
petition against the division into 
New York and New Jersey, (1692) 
1041; review of the history, (1702) 
1591-93 

New Netherland Fortune (Nieu 
Nederlantsche Fortuyn) , a ship, 
303 

New Orange, name given to New York 
City by the restored Dutch govern- 
ment, (1673) 630, 640, 654, 660 



a It has only recently, in 1910, become known that Bastlan Jansz. Krol waa 
director general for one year, (1630-31), see Dr Eekhof's monograph on Krol, 1910. 



274 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



New Oxford, 1362 

New Paltz (Paltz, Pals), N. Y., 
(1680) 746, 1043, 1245, 2572, 2602- 
3, 3012, 3098, 3101, 3116-19, 3135, 
3141, 3144-45, 3158-59, 3160-61, 
3169-70, 3181-82, 3184-85; sketch 
of church of, 3208-12, 3233, 3242, 
3251-54, 3255-56, 3262, 3264, 3267- 
70, 3271-74, 3275-76, 3288, 3292- 
93, 3353, 3372, 3375, 3547, 3561, 
3583, 3598, 3643, 3954-56, 4085, 
4243, 4247, (1784) 4318, 4383 
(1800) 4388 

New Perth, see Salem, N. Y. 

New Rhinebeck, Schoharie county, 
N. Y., 4383, (1800) 4390 

New Rochelle,a N. Y., French, allu- 
sions, 959, 1064, 1172-73, 1188, 
1321; French of New Rochelle seek 
help from Governor Fletcher, 
(1696) 1177; Rev. Daniel Bondet 
invited by Colonel Heathcote to 
settle at N"e\v Rochelle (1697), Bel- 
lomont allows him a pension, stops 
it, because of his signing a paper 
favorable to Domine Dellius, pen- 
sion restored by Cornbury, (1702) 
1493-94; Elder Villeponteux com- 
plains that he has been unjustly 
deposed from his office, 1453; the 
people promise Bondet £20, the 
S. P. G. promise £30, need of books 
of common prayer in French, 
(1705) 1614; Bondet willing to 
conform, (1709) 1750-51, 1808; li- 
censed to erect a church, (1710) 
1864; church finished by Governor 
Hunter's assistance, (1711) 1918; 
petitions for a charter, charter giv- 
en, (1711) 1891, 1918, 1949, 1963; 
Bondet signs an address, with other 
Anglican ministers, to Governor 



New Rochelle, N. Y. {continued) 
Hunter, (1712) 1921; Bondet, 
French Reformed pastor of, ( 1696- 
1709), Anglican pastor, (1709-22), 
died, (1722) 1891, (1761) 3810; 
Anglican church at, (1776) 4290 

New Shannock, see Neshanic 

New Stadt, Palatinate, (1705) 1602, 
1604 

New Stissick, N. Y., (1800) 4390 

New Style, 579 

New Sweden, Delaware, 44 

New Utrecht, L. I., without a preach- 
er of their own, (1660) 492; the 
magistrates shall take care that 
the Reformed religion is main- 
tained, (1673) 637; allusion, 
(1677) 700; the poorest of the vil- 
lages, 701 ; the people of, displeased 
that the parsonage is located at 
Flatbush, (1678) 711; allusions, 
718, 721, 756; Daniel Verveelen, el- 
der at, (1680) 758; allusions, 906, 
1118-19, 1130, 1197-99, 1208, 1269; 
unites with the other churches of 
Kings county in calling Domine 
Freeman, (1703) 1522, 1539-40; 
Freeman's letter to the churches, 
1539; Freeman's call to New 
Utrecht alone, (1705) 1522, 1596, 
1641-45; allusion, 1623; his in- 
stallation over New Utrecht alone, 
(1706) 1648, see Freeman, Anton- 
ides, Arondeus, Van Sinderin, Cur- 
tenius, Rubel 

New Windsor ( Newburgh ) , N. Y., 
Anglican church at, (1776) 4295, 
4299 

New Year's day, peace consummated 
among the churches in Kings coun- 
.ty, (1715) 2065-66, 2085, 2499, 
2510 



a New Rochelle. Westchester county, N. Y. 1688. At times, a part of the Parish 
of Fordham. (French Ref.) Bonrepos, 1688-96, Bondet, 1696-1709, when he 
secpded with a portion of his flock, and formed an Episcopal congregation, Rou, 
1710-.50, Moulinars (colleague of Rou). 1718-26, and apparently sole acting 
pa.stor. 1726-41. Carle, 1754-64, Tetard. 1764-66. This church was reorganized 
and incorporated, in 1808, as " The French Church in New Rochelle," and is now 
a Presbyterian church. (Baird's History of the Huguenot Emigration to America.) 
Seo also Documentary History of New York, ill : 82, 562-77, 708. (Of the seceding 
Episcopal congregation, Bondet continued pastor, 1709-22, and was succeeded bv 
Stoupe. 172.3-60, and Houdin. 1760-68.) See a "Description of New Rochelle. in 
1727," by Rev. Pierre Stoupe, in " Waldron," page 34. Corwin's Manual of 1902, 
page 894. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



275 



New York, a ship, 848, 869, 906 

New York Assembly, 847; charter of 
liberties, (1683), 864 

New York circle (circuit, classis), 
2978, 3029, 3178. See also New 
York, Particular Assembly of 

New York City (Manhattan, New 
Amsterdam), the name given to 
New Amsterdam at the English 
conquest, (1664) 566-67; Montan- 
us's description of, (1671) 616; re- 
conquered by the Dutch, and called 
New Orange, (1673) 627, 628-29, 
630, 1591; value of the property 
in, (1674) 641; French Protestants 
of New York petition Governor 
Dongan that they may be permitted 
to trade along the coast, (1687) 
936-37; restored to the English, 
(1674) 1591; petitions Governor 
Dongan for a charter, (1683) 871; 
committee of safety appointed, 
(1689) 968, 978, 981; Bayard's ac- 
count of occurrences in, (1689) 
982; growth of the city, (1696) 
1170-73, 1188; report of the board 
of trade on the city, (1698) 1244; 
Madame Knight's description of, 
(1704) 1550; character of its popu- 
lation, (1706) 1671; statistics, 
(1718) 1672-73; Kalm's descrip- 
tion of, (1748), 3025-26; churches 
of, see Collegiate Church, Trinity 
Church, Lutheran (Dutch) church, 
Lutheran (German) church, French 
church, Presbyterian church, St 
George's church, St Paul's church. 
Brick church, Moravian church, 
Quakers, Jews; British chaplains 
in, 877; English Jesuits in, (1683) 
877, 4254; held by the British, 
(1776-83) 4290; burned, 4291, 
4295, 4298, 4303; departure of the 
British troops, (1783) 4332 

New York county, 1074, 1076-79; cen- 
sus of, (1698) 1264, (1712)' 1954, 
(1723) 2196-97 

New York Gazette, The, (1754) 3457 

New York Historical Society, The, 
(1804), its design, 4; incorpora- 



Xow York Historical Society, The 
(continued) 
tion, 6; memorialized the Legisla- 
ture to send an agent to Europe to 
secure historical documents relat- 
ing to the State, 6, 307, 1030 

New York Mercury, The, (1753) 1711, 
3457, 3529, 3612, 3621, 4085 

New York, Particular Assembly (or 
Classis) of, (1771) 4213-14, 
(1778) 4303, 4306, (1784) 4317; 
assumes the name of classis, 
(1784) 4321, 4324, 4362, (1800) 
4384 

New York, province of, see New Neth- 
erland, Reformed Dutch church; 
recapture of New York by the 
Dutch, (1673), 638; conditions of 
resurrender to England, (1674) 
662; state of the province, by An- 
dros, (1678) 708-9; Dongan's re- 
port on the state of the province, 
(1687) 879-80, 894-97; allusions, 
954-55, 957, 1024, 1037, 1125; gen- 
eral condition of, by Selyns, (1696) 
1171-73; population by counties, 
(1698) 1264; address of the citi- 
zens to Cornbury, (1702) 1500; re- 
view of the history of, (1702) 
1591-93; general condition of the 
Anglican church, (1704) 1551-54; 
general condition of the Dutch 
church, (1706) 1657-60, 1667, 
1681; the Palatines, (1709) 1789, 
1796; synodical report on, (1763) 
3883-86, 3943; Supreme Court of, 
(1765) 3985; allusions, (1768) 
4128-30, (1772) 4250-52; claims 
lands east of Lake Champlain, 4257, 
4264, (1779) 4306, (1785) 4330- 
32, (1787) 4343-44 

New York State, Constitution of, 
(1777) 4300; her interest in his- 
torical documents, 5-12; university 
for, proposed, (1784) 4320 

Neio York WeeJdij Journal, (1732) 
2579 

Newark (New Wark, New Worke), 
N. J., 631, 1438, 2759 

Newarke, England, 509 



276 



THE imrVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Newburgh [Neuburg] , Palatinate, 
1782 

Newburgb, duke of, 1782, 1823 

Newburgh, house of, 1829 

Newburgh (Quassaick, New Wind- 
sor), N. Y., 1800, 3046, 3078, 3082; 
Lutheran church lands given to the 
Anglican church, (1751) 3171-73; 
Palatine glebe lands conveyed to 
Anglican church, (1762) 3171, 
3218; parish of, 3218-20; obtains 
a charter, (1769) 4172, 4183-84, 
(1776) 4290 

Newezinck, see Neversink 

Newinhuysen, Morris, 1698 

Newkirk, Benjamin, 4040 

Newman, Mr, (1709) 1810 

Newman, H., 1741 

Newman [Thomas], of Oostdorp 
(Westchester), (1656) 364 

Newport, [Francis], lord viscount, 
member of the Privy Coimcil, 961, 
1002 

Newton ( Nuton ) , Captain Brian, oc- 
cupied the old church on Pearl 
street, (1656) 347, 364 

Newton, Thomas, of Boston, letter to 
Nicholson about Leisler, (1690) 
998 

Newtown, Ulster county, N. Y., Pala- 
tines settle at, 2062, 2093, 2123 

Newtown ( Mespath, Middleburgh ) , 
L. I., conditions on which New Eng- 
landers may settle on Long Island, 
(1641) 137-38; patent for New- 
town, 258; foimding of the town, 
( 1652) 314; founding of the church 
with Doughty for pastor, 285, 600; 
Rev. John Moore pastor, (1656) 
342, 397; petition against conven- 
ticles at, 342; parsonage given to 
Pastor More, reasons demanded 
therefor, 369; the people petition 
to be allowed to use the parsonage 
for a school, (1661) 500-1; Rich- 
ard Mills, teacher, 500; allusions, 
579, 968, 1064; the (Anglican) par- 
ish of Jamaica, includes three 
towns, Jamaica, Newtown and 
Flushing, (1704) 1553, 1558; Rev. 



Newtown, L. I. {continued) 
John Hampton preaches at New- 
town, (1706) 1671-72; William 
Hallett, jr, murdered at, 1710; al- 
lusions, 2130, 2132; Anglican 
church at, served occasionally by 
Poyer, (1724) 2231; allusion, 
2547 ; the Anglicans build a church 
for themselves, (1736) 2669; call 
of Rev. J. H. Goetschius to Dutch 
church of, (1740) 2743-45, see 
Goetschius; three elders of, write 
to classis, 2809 ; again write, 3039- 
42; response of classis, (May 1749) 
3063; Rev. Thomas Romeyn called, 
1753) 3386-87, 3398, 3600; Angli- 
can church at, increasing, 3745, 
(1763) 3845, 3863, (1770) 4180, 
(1776) 4290, 4295, (1784) 4317, 
4325, (1800) 4387 

Nezereau, Elias, 1699 

Nichelsen (Magielse), Hendrick, see 
Michielse, Hendrick 

Nichman, see Nitschmann 

Nicholas, Dr, 2195 [Typographical 
error for Dr Nichols (John 
Nicoll), which see] 

Nicholas, John, 897 

Nicholaus, Philip Cyriacus, recom- 
mended as schoolmaster, 114 

Nicholl (Nicoll), [William], member 
of New York Assembly, (1770) 
4176 

Nicholls, Mr, vestryman of Trinity 
Church, (1738) 2714, 2821, 2927, 
3017 

Nicholls (Nicolls), William, 964, 989, 
995, 1018, 1025, 1091, 1133, 1170- 
71, 1221, 1263, 1289, 1302, 1312, 
1345, 1441 

Nicholson, Captain Francis, Lieuten- 
ant Governor imder Sir Edmund 
Andros, (1688-89) 955, 1592; act- 
ing governor of New York at the 
beginning of the Leisler troubles, 
962-68, 1592; King William writes 
to him, or to the acting governor, 
to administer the government of 
New York, (July 30, 1689) 970-73, 
980-84; Stephen Van Cortlandt 



ECCLESIASTIOAI. RECORDS 



277 



Nicholson, Captain PYancis (cont'd) 
writes to him, (Aug. 5, 1689) 971; 
Colonel Bayard writes to him, 
(Aug. 5, 1689) 971-72; Captain 
McKenzie writes to him, (Aug. 15, 
1689), 972; Mr Tudor writes to 
him, (Aug. 1689) 973; allusions, 
982-84, 986, 988, 1000, 1027, 1030- 
31, 1049, 1248-49, 1396; Thomas 
Newton writes to him, (May 26, 
1690) 998; Cornbury expects a 
visit from him, then governor of 
Virginia, to confer with him and 
Dudley on " charter governments," 
(1703) 1527; subsequent allusions, 
1742, 1751, 1760-61, 1767-68, 1804, 
1919, 1923-24, 1969, 2028, 2053, 
2061, 2075 (1716) 2107-8, 2115, 
3452 

Nicolaes, the Frenchman, 419, 420 

Nicoll (Nicol, Nicolls), Benjamin, 
clerk of Westchester county, (1746) 
2140; trustee of funds for erecting 
a college in Xew York, (1751) 
3208; governor of Kings College, 
(1754) 3501, 3508, 3515, 3544; 
lawyer, 3748; death (1763) 3887 

Nicoll, John, (1719) 4047 

Nicoll (Nicholas, Nicols, Nicolls), Dr, 
John, 2173-75, 2195 

Nicoll. Richard, clerk of the vestry 
of Trinity church, (1752) 3220 

nTcoTIs, Captain Mathias, (1666) 
578; a member of the court, (1671) 
621; allusion, 629; secretary of the 
Council, (1675) 679; writes to Rev. 
John Prudden of Jamaica, (1678) 
710; allusions, 725, 726 

Nicolls, Colonel Richard, first Eng- 
lish governor of New York, (1664- 
66) 560-97; secret instructions to, 
544-45; demands surrender of New 
Amsterdam, 556; articles of capit- 
ulation, 557-59, 561; declares in 
writing that the required oath of 
allegiance does not modify the 
terms of surrender, 563-64; calls a 
convention of the inhabitants of 
Long Island to meet at Hempstead 



Nicolls, Colonel Richard (continued) 
to adopt laws, (1665) 568; pre- 
sents the Diike's Laws which are 
adopted, 570-72 ; disregards old gos- 
sip, (1666) 579; tolerates the Lu- 
therans, 583; writes to Father 
Pierron and appoints a meeting 
with him at Schenectady, (Oct. 
1667) 590; allusions, 629, 652, 
669-72, 1591, 3452, 3890 

Nieuw Loosdrecht, Holland, 2361 

Nieuwaal, Holland, 2877 

Nieuwbokswoude, Holland, 68 

Nieuwenhuysen, Rev. John, 261, 611, 
614, 615, 975 

Nieuwenhuysen, Morris, see Newin- 
huysen, Morris 

Nieuwenhuyzen, 4037. See also Van 
Nieuwenhuysen, Rev. Guilliam 

Nieuwkerk, Conrad, 4034 

Nieuwpoort, Rev. Martin Henry, 
called to the Dutch church of Con- 
stantinople, (1726) 2360-61 

Nightengale Lane, London, 1785 

Nijenhuis, Bodel, 68, 70 

Nijhoff, Martinus, 81 

Nine Men, The, 224, 278, 300 

Nineteen, The (The XIX), the cen- 
tral board of the West India Com- 
pany, 114, 115, 127 

Nineveh (Nineve), 758 

Nipperha [Nepperhaem, or Nep-er- 
han, Indian name of a tract of 
land now known as Yonkers], 579 

Niskayuna, N. Y., 4248 (1784), 4317, 
4319, 4382, (1800) 4389 

Nissepat, Jaspar, 1528 

Nitmordonchius, Rev., 109 

Nitschmann (Nichman), Rev. David, 
Moravian bishop, 2746, 2853-54 

Nixon, William, 4267 

Nobel, Aafye, 3281 

Noble, Mr, a Presbyterian elder in 
New York City, becomes a Mor- 
avian, (1744) 2854 

Noble, William, 413, 414 

Noel, Garret, 3546, 4046-48 

Noel, Thomas, 1322 

Nominack (Minisink), Sussex coun- 
ty, N. J., (1800) 4390 



278 



THE UNIVKESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



J^'onconformity, 1080-81 

Nonessentials, (1619) 4226 

Noordbeck, J., 2544-45, 2577, 2593- 
95, 2599, 2610 

Noordbeek ( Noordbeck ) , Rev. Petrus, 
at Amsterdam, 3731-32, 3748, 3765 

Noordrecht, see Moordrecht 

Noorduyn, Jacobus, 36 

Noorman, Laurence, see Laurensen, 
Lawrens 

Norman's Kill, (1784) 4319 

Noormius, John Peter, 1728, 1836- 
37 

Noorstrant, Jan, 3538, 3560, 3593, 
3616 

Noorstrant, Rem, 3306 

Norfolk, [Henry Howard, 7th], duke 
of, 961 

North, lord chief justice, (1680) 759, 
3430 

North, The, see Ponds, N. J. 

North and South Hampton, Pa., 2.545, 
3353, (1761) 3808-9; Rev. Jona- 
than DuBois, pastor, 3828, 4097, 
4248, (1784) 4318, (1800) 4390. 
See also Bucks county, Pa. 

North and South Holland, Synod of, 
conjointly, 158, 159, 161, 822, 3681 

North Brabant, 153 

North Branch, N. J., 2204, 2211, 2264, 
2520. See also Readington 

North Carolina, 3736 

North CoUingham, England, 508-9 

North Dutch Church, New York City 
(Fulton Street Church), sugges- 
tions for, (1767) 4082, 2222; sub- 
scriptions for, and committee on 
plans, 4087-90, 4093-96, 4104, 
'4111-12, 4130; special trustees ap- 
pointed to care for the revenue of, 
4136, 4139; built only for English 
services, 4146-48; sale of pews, 
(1769) 4151-52, 4159; the Dut«h- 
speaking ministers asked to preach 
in, 4163; Peter Low, chorister, 
4180-81; clock given for its tower, 
4185; allusions, 4200-2, 4211. 4238, 
4267, 4273, 4276, 4283 ; moneys for 
the building of, (1785) 4333 



North Holland, Synod of, 33-35, 38- 
40, 158, 176; helps the per- 
secuted Reformed churches in Great 
Britain, (1643) 177-83; confirms 
the suspension of Domine Gras- 
mere, (1651) 288; restores him, 
312, 313; a copy of its minutes to 
be sent annually to New York, 
(1730) 2532; allusions, (1683) 
851, 875, 881, 901, 921, 944, 955, 
(1689) 969, 1004, 1008, 1037, 1044, 
1071, 1100, 1102, 1126, 1187, 
(1699) 1332; condemns the action 
of the Coetus of New York in turn- 
ing itself into a classis, (1756) 
3668-71, 3704-7, 3715; appealed 
to, by the irregular consistory at 
Jamaica, 3726; action in reference 
to granting classical powers to the 
coetus, (1763) 3882-86, 3978-82; 
action in reference to the German 
churches in Pennsylvania, (1767) 
4096-98 ; referred the " plan of 
union " of the Classis of Amster- 
dam to the several classes of that 
synod, for their indorsement, 
(1768) 4128-31, (1769) 4166-67, 
4168-69; failure of the classes to 
indorse, Classis of Amsterdam re- 
solves to give up all care of the 
American churches, transfers the 
care and correspondence to the 
synod, 4174, 4175, 4188-90; mat- 
ter recommitted to the classis for 
ratification, Classis of Amsterdam 
permitted to act on unofficial re- 
turns, 4192, 4194-98, 4207; rati- 
fies the articles of union, (1772) 
4250-52; allusions, (1774) 4281, 
4283, 4288, 4289, (1777-78) 4301, 
4.306, 4309-12, (1784) 4320, (1785) 
4330-31, (1786) 4340,4342, (1788) 
4347, (1791) 4359-61, (1792) 
4366-67, (1794) 4370, 4372-73, 
(1797) 4377, (1799) 4378-90; 
correspondence ceases, (1800-10) 
4394; complete set of acts of, 
(1600-1810) 4395-99 
North river, English settlers not to 
be allowed on, (1659) 459, 876, 
1303 



ECCLESIASTICAI. KECOEDS 



279 



North Salem, Westchester county, 
N. Y., Anglican church in, (1776) 
4290 

Nortrup, :Mr, 3970 

Norwich, England, has 363 Dutch, 
and 396 Walloon inhabitants, 
(1634) 117, 877, 1779, 1827; 
bishop of, (1763) 3864 

Nostrand, (Noordstrant), John, 3073, 
3076, 3111, 3131, 3178 

Notelaer, Claes, 484 

Notitia Parochialis, 2110 

Nott, Rev. Dr Eliphalet, fifth Pres- 
byterian pastor, Albany, (1798- 
1*804) 3891 

Nottingham, [Daniel Finch, 2d] earl 
of, 961, 970, 993, 1027, 1046 

Nottingham, Stephen, 1521, 3437, 
3446, 3746 

Nottingham, England, 50S-9 

Nouins, Mr, see Normins, John Peter 

Nova Albania, 804. See also Albany 

Nova Francia, see Canada 

Nova Rupella, see New Rochelle 

Nova Scotia, 2214, 4290 

Noxon, Thomas, 2020; teacher in 
Trinity parochial school, 2561, 
2591 

Nucella, Rev. Christian Frederick, 
(1092) 1032, 1260 

Nucella ( Newcella ) , Rev. John Peter, 
received into the Classis of Am- 
sterdam among the " Recom- 
mended," for foreign churches, 
(1692) 1039; called to Kingston, 
examined and ordained, (1694) 
1099, 1100; sent to Kingston, 1115- 
16; allusions, 1171, 1177, 1183, 
1187; refuses to approve the call 
of the church of New York on Rev. 
Verdieren, (1698) 1199, 1200, 
1228-29, 1231; reply of the Consis- 
tory of New York to his refusal, 
he had tried to intrude himself 
into the church of New York, 
1200-1, 1218-19, 1259; allusion, 
1260; subscribes his name as a 
witness at the induction of Rev. 
Vesey as rector of Trinity Church, 
(1697) 1218-19; allusion, 1311; 



Nucella (Newcella), Rev. John Peter 
(continued) 
allusions, 829, 1332, 1334-35; is 
present in Albany at the arrival of 
Revs. Lydius and Freeman, (1700) 
1372, 1387-88; allusion, 1408-9; 
writes to Classis of Amsterdam an 
account of the circumstances con- 
nected with the arrival of Lydius 
and Freeman, 1422-25; allusions, 
1432, 1434, 1440, 1476; classis 
thanks him for his care at Albany, 
1471; is called to the chapel of 
her Brittanic Majesty in London, 
(1704) 1561, 1577, 1581, 1594; 
allusions, 1554, 1659 

Nukerk, Mathew, 3621 

Nuton, Brian, see Newton, Captain 
Brian 

Nutten island, 1245, 1855 

Nyack (Nayack), near Gravesend, 
L. I., 303, 556 

Nymegen, Holland, 69 

Oakhill, N. Y., 4383, (1800) 4389 

Oannonroxas d'Annie, an Indian, 
1094 

Oath of allegiance to Great Britain, 
1664) 563-64; to the restored 
Dutch government, (1673) 630-33; 
to the restored English govern- 
ment, (1674) 669-72; allusions, 
1034, 1037, 1045, 1184-85, (1764) 
3946, 3994 

Oath of allegiance and supremacy, 
(1703) 1544 

Oath of burghers, 373 

Oath of fidelity required of immi- 
grants and officers when removing 
to New Netherland, 519, 520 

Oath of purification, 1681 

Oaths, 1016, 1034, 1036-37, 1045 

Obe, Henry, 557 

O'Callaghan, Dr E. B., translates the 
French documents secured by 
Brodhead, 10; appointed general 
manager for the issue of all the 
colonial documents, 10, 11; his al- 
lusions to Van Twiller and Bo- 
gardus. 84, 216-18; to School- 



280 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



O'Callaghan, Dr E. B. (continued) 
master Roelandsen, 84, 122; to 
Megapolensis, 156 ; to the church in 
the fort, 163-66; to the Jesuits in 
central New York, 166-69; to 
Backerus, 252-54; to Drisius, 
307-8; to the ministers' salaries, 
325-26 

Occasional Reverberator, (1753) 3457 

Octorara, Pa., 2746 

Odatsigtha, an Indian, 1181 

Odell, Michael, 2834, (1761) 3804 

Odsidanawe, an Indian, 1379 

Oehl (Ehle, Ehlig), Rev. John James, 
ordained by the bishop of London 
to labor among the Palatines, suc- 
ceeds Haegar, (1722) 2232-33, 
(1725) 2332; writes to the bishop 
of London, (1731) 2535 

Offenbach, Germany, 3687 

Offenses, (1619) 4225 

Offermans, Jo.shua, 70 

Offices, ecclesiastical, (1619) 4218 

Offley, Joseph, 1788 

Ogden, Jacob, 3806 

Ogden, John and Richard, con- 
tractors to build the stone church 
in the fort, (1642) 165 

Ogden, William, 490 

Ogilvie, James, (1724) 2221 

Ogilvie, Rev. John, rector at Albany 
and missionary to the Indians, 
(1749-62); allusions, 3650, 3910, 
4366 

Ogilvy, James, 4th earl of Findlater 
and Ist earl of Seafield, 2263 

Ogle, John, 673-74 

dglethorpe. General [James], gov- 
ernor of Georgia, 2673, 2759, 2906 

Oharschius, Rev., 109 

Oil Springs, 438 

Oiogue, Indian name of the upper 
Hudson, 214 

Ojers (Oyers), Rev. J[oannes], at 
Amsterdam, 948-49, 955; died, 
[1704] 1578 

Old Church, The, [Oude Kerck] on 
Pearl st.. 8.5, 119, 216, 347, 335 

Old Church, The, (on Garden st.), 
see South Dutch Church 



Old Raritan, see Raritan 

Old Stissing (Old Stissick), N. Y., 
4383, (1800) 4390 

Old Style, 557, 560 

Oldderridges island, see Aldrich's 
island 

Oldfield, Richard, 1846, 1850 

Olfield, Joseph, jr, 3806 

Olfieid, Joseph, 3806 

Olinda, Brazil, 41, 42 

Olleverians, 973 

Olx, Rev. John, offered his services 
as pastor in the colony of Rens- 
selaerwyck, (1652) 304-5 

Oly, Pa., 2853 

Olyfberg, Antwerp, 1298, 1336, 1429. 
See also Antwerp 

Ommelanden, Synod of Groningen 
and, see Groningen 

Ommeren, Holland, 299, 304, 622 

O'Neal, Hugh, 3452 

Onderdonk, Adrian, 2745, 2888, 2890 

Onderdonk, Andrew (Andries), 2887, 
2890, 2899, 3099 

Onderdonk, Antje, 2829, 2880-81, 
2888-90, 2895-96, 2914, 2940, 
2944, 2948, 3130 

Onderdonk, Isaac, 2890, 2895 

Oneida (Oneyde), N. Y., 1000, 1067- 
69, 1070, 1084, 1094, 1096, 1415, 
3650 

Oneidas (Oneydauns), The, 993, 
1019-20, 1068, 1169, 1182, 1350, 
1358-59, 1380-81, 1867, 2008, 2070, 
2673, 3399, (1763) 3902, (1775) 
4284-85 

Onengiourne, first castle of the Mo- 
hawks, 214 

Onnucheranorum, Mohawk Sachem, 
1358 

Onohoghgwage, 3399-3405 

Onondaga, 918, 923, 945-46, 1068-70, 
1093-94, 1122, 1377-78, 1380-81, 
1383, 1394, 1466, 1583, 2921, 3650 

Onondaga Indian tongue, 2746 

Onondagas (Onnontagues, Onnon- 
dades), 321, 904r-5, 938, 993,1019- 
20, 1169, 1215, 1358-59, 1380-81, 
1867; chapel built for, (1712) 
1967, 2008, 2070, 2104, 2884, (1775) 
4284-85 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



281 



Onondiho, an Indian, 1181-82 

Onontaquirott, an Indian, 1069 

Ontario, Lake, 316 

Ontarouax river, 917 

Ooklee, Jonathan, 3082 

Ooms, Edward, 128 

Oort, John, 998 

Oostdorp (East-town, Westchester), 

N. Y., 364-65, 398 
Oostenhout, Jan, 3621 
Oosterdach, Rev. [Johannes], in 

Brazil, 171. See also p. 21 of this 

Index 
Oostereynde, Holland, 40 
Oosterhout, Cornelia. 4074 
Oosterhout, Theunis, 1200, 1311 
Oosterland, Eev. A., 1184 
Oosthuysen, Holland, 83 
Oostrander, Hinbert, 4034 
Oostrander, Jacobus, 4034 
Oostrander, Johannes, 4034 
Oostrum, Rev. Gisbertus, 888, 899, 

902, 906, 914 
Oostzaan (Oostane, Oostzanen, East 

Saenen, East Laenen), Holland, 33, 

40, 83, 3183, 3528 
Oothout, Abram, 4362 
Oothout, Henry, 1306 
Opdyck, Gysbert, (1642) 165 
Opium, 870 
Oppenheim, Palatinate, 1602-4, 1784, 

1828 
Opponents of the coetua, 2691, 2712- 

13, 2715, 2719, 2724-29, 2756, 3589- 

90. 
Oppressed churches, 30, 177. See also 

Persecuted churches 
Orange, [Maurice] prince of, 41 
Orange county, N. Y., census, (1698) 

1264, (1704) 1554; census of, 

(1712) 1954, (1723) 2196-97,3135 
Orange-Nassau, 3998, 4066, 4093, 

4264, 4281 
Orange, township of, seeks a charter, 

(1763)4083. See also Ta.])-pa.n 
Orchard, John, 2625, 2627 
Ordination, ordinations, (1619) 4219; 

first one in New York, (1679) 724- 

27, 730; approved by the Classis 

of Amsterdam, 753, 834; ministers 



Ordination {continued) 

refuse to obey an order from the 
civil Assembly to ordain a Dutch 
chaplain, (1709) 1760-61, 1770-72, 
2033-34; classis permits the ordin- 
ation of Boehm, (1728) 2428, 2469, 
2472, 2478, see Boehm; of Schuyler, 
(1736) 2675; the coetus allowed to 
ordain certain ones, see Vander 
Linde; Leydt, John; Goetschius, 
J. H. ; Verbryck ; Marinus ; the con- 
ferentie allowed, see Leydekker ; 
the coetus (American Classis), as- 
sume the right to ordain, the in- 
herent right of a body of ministers 
to ordain, 3762-92; see Frelinghuy- 
sen, Henry ; Goetschius, J. M. ; Har- 
denbergh; Barcolo; Van Nist; 
Schoonmaker, Henricus; DuBois, 
Benjamin; Schoonmaker, Mar- 
tinus; Romeyn, Theodoric; Classis 
of Amsterdam accepts these or- 
dinations as accomplished facts, 
(1761) 3802; allusions, 3S46-51; 
American ordinations not to be an- 
nulled, (1763) 3876; the right 
claimed and demanded, 3863, 
3884, 3929, 3964-65, 3992-96, 40S9; 
allusions, 4109, 4125, 4141-42, 
4206, 4216; the right granted, 
(1771) 4214; views of the German 
church of Pennsylvania on the in- 
herent right of ordination, 4096- 
98 

Ordinations irregular, see Freyen- 
moet; Goetschius, J. H.; Van 
Driessen, John 

Orem, Rev. James, 2215 

Organs, organists, organ desired by 
Trinity Church, (1703) 1520; one 
given to the Dutch church, (1727) 
1520; Michael Koch appointed or- 
ganist, 2397-99; allusions, 3025, 
3146, 3395; a new one for Trinity 
Church, (1761) 3813; pipes stolen 
from organ in Dutch church, 
(1766) 4075 

Orleans, duchess of, 929, 1675; duke 
of, 1821 

Ormond, (Orumond), James [But- 
ler], duke of, 1787 



282 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Orphan houses (orphanages), 266-67, 
286 

Orphan masters, 417, 418, 537, 539, 
594-95 

Orphans, 257, 259, 284, 354 

Orphans of mixed marriages, in the 
Palatinate, (1705) 1601 

Orthodoxy, agreement with the An- 
glican church, 991, 1213, 1391, 
2115; agreement with the Dutch 
church, 3857, 38G9, 4314, 4320, 
4328, 4374 

Osborn, John, 927 

Osborn, Thomas, 927 

Osborne, [Sir Danvers, bart.,] gov- 
ernor of New York, (1753) 3432, 
3436 

Osdorpius, Rev. Lucas, 591 

Osenbridge [Osnabruck, Dutch "Os- 
senbrugge "] linen, 996 

Ossingen, Palatinate, 3055-56, 4265 

Ostade, Rev., 2630 

Ostrander, Christopher, 4365 

Ostrander, Rev. Stephen, 4248 (1800) 
4391 

Oswego, N. Y., 316, 3086, 3107, 
3401-2 

Otsego lake, 3404 

Ottawa river, 1583 

Ottawawayes, 1024, 1969 

Otten, Rev. John Ab., 40 

Otter, The, a ship, 383 

Otter, The, another ship, 442, 445 

Otterbein, Rev., 4272 

Otter skins, 1170 

Oudenaarde, Hendrick, 4256 

Oudendyck, Holland, 39 

Oudewater, Rev. Abram, 620 

Oud Niedorp, Holland, 297 

Oudt, Johannes, 1306 

Ouke, Abraham, 2559 

Outman, Johann, 1190 

OutrejTi, see D'Outrein 

Outstanding congregations, 4279, 
(1784) 4317 

Outwater, Jacob, 3415-16, 3492, 3641 



Outwater, Peter, 3100, 3985, 4101, 
4284 

Overbagh, Johannes, (1751) 3200 

Overbagh, John, (1772) 4243, 4246 

Overmaas, Holland, 71 

Overschie, Holland, 2761 

Overseers of the poor, 537-39 

Overseers in each parish, (1665) 571 

Overseers of the Collegiate Church, 
1109-12. See also Trustees 

Overyssel, province of, 87, 666 ; classis 
of, 39; synod of, 27, 76, 124, 130, 
138, 158, 183, 211 

Overzee, Mr, 453 

Owasco lake, N. Y., 4383, (1800) 4389 

Oxenford, John, 2197 

Oxford, England, 155; earl of, 1002; 
University of, 1175, 3514, 3746, 
3803, 3841, 4186-87 

Oxford, Mass., 1361 

Oxfordshire, England, 362 

Oyer, Mr, 1053 

Oyster Bay (Oester-Bay), L. I., 646, 
1553, 2141, 2743-44, 2782, 2808, 
2883, 3024, 30SS-89, 3093-94, 3099, 
3100, 3102, 3109; Presbyterian 
church at, 3100, 3114, 3132, 3158, 
3175, 3288, 3304-6, 3330, 3351-52, 
3373, 3386-89, 3397-98, 3410-12, 
3419, 3438-39, 3442, 3492, 3494, 
3500; Christ Church at, 3525, 3527, 
3578, 3G00, 3606, 3646 (1763) 3845, 
4247, (17S4) 4317, (1800) 4387 

Paalding, Abraham, 2139, 3869 

Paalding, Joost (Joseph), 3758, 
3970 

Paaling, see Pauling 

Paas (Easter), 3928 

Pachico, Rodrigo, 1168 

Pachot, Mr, 1409-11 

Pachot, Mrs Isacheran, 1409-11 

Pagaion, Monsieur, 928 

Paget (Pagetus), Rev. Theodore, 
Presbyterian minister at Amster- 
dam, (1639-46) 1780 



a According to Jan Wagenaar, Amsterdam in syne opTcomst, aantoas, ges- 
chieclenissen, II, 174-75, the first minister of the Presbyterian church at Amster- 
dam was Rev. John Tagctt (1607-17), while Rev. Thomas Pagett was called from 
Blakeley, near Manchester, in 16.S9, and removed to Shrewsbury, England, in 1640. 
No Rev, Theodore Paget is mentioned. 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECORDS 



283 



Paghkatghkan, Delaware county, 
N. Y., 4383 

Paige, Kev. Winslow, 4248, (1800) 
4389 

Pakringa, J., 2792 

Palatinate, The, 87, 1600-6, 1674-79, 
1691, 1781, 1784, 1821-31, 2406, 
2424, 2630, 3254-55, 3265 

Palatinates, or extensive land grants, 
1314 

Palatine catechism — a description of 
the Palatinate camps in England, 
1817-20 

Palatine churches, 2630 

Palatine consistory, 1792 

Palatine Lutheran church at Quas- 
saick, 2380, 3171-72 

Palatine refugees in England and 
America, their condition during the 
past 50 years, (1660-1710) 1820- 
31 ; general condition of the Pala- 
tine Protestants, (1701) 1453-59; 
" Declaration," of the elector, John 
William, in favor of his Protestant 
subjects, (1705) 1600-6; Queen 
Anne notified of this " Declara- 
tion," (1707) 1674-79; list of 
items relating to the Paiatines in 
the records of the English Board 
of Trade, (1708) 1691-95; Palatine 
immigrants mostly from the Lower 
Palatinate, 1782; "Order" of the 
English Council for naturalizing 
the Palatines and sending them to 
New York, (May 10, 1708) 1702- 
3, 1796-97; arrival in England of 
Rev. Joshua Kocherthal, his peti- 
tion to Queen Anne and action of 
the Board of Trade, (June 22, 
1708) 1705-9 ; account by Governor 
Lovelace of his voyage to New 
York with a party of the Palatines, 
(Dec. 18, 1708) 1712, 1720-21; con- 
tract of the Palatines with the 
English government, (Dec. 1709) 
1814-16; extracts from the journal 
of the House of Commons, concern- 
ing the Palatines in England; shall 
any be settled in England? many 



Palatine refugees in England and 
America (continued) 
sent to Ireland, (1709-11) 1724- 
42; letters about the Palatines in 
England, opposition to their intro- 
duction, (1709) 1752-55; addi- 
tional extracts from the journal of 
the House of Commons about them, 
(1709-11) 1832-41; their general 
character and customs, 1831; they 
should be settled in colonies, 
(1709) 1827; they petition that 
John F. Haegar may go with them 
as their pastor, he is examined and 
ordained by the bishop of London, 

(1709) 1816-17; the Palatines in 
New York under Ingoldsby's ad- 
ministration, (1709) 1735-38; dis- 
cussion as to their location in New 
York, statistics, 1739-50, 1824; 
2227 Palatines in New York, 

(1710) 1092; rumor that certain 
Palatines had turned Pietists, 
1742-43; objections to the settle- 
ment of many of them in England, 

(1711) 1752-55; history of their 
movement to England, (July 18, 
1709) 1774-94; petition of Ger- 
mans at Quassaick ( Newburgh ) , 
for help, (1709) 1800-2; other pe- 
titions for help, 1804-5; letters 
and documents, more Palatines to 
be sent to New York, (1709-10) 
1808, 1811-41; second immigration 
of Palatines, landed on Nutten 
island, 470 had died on passage 
over, (1710) 1854-55, 1861; letters 
of Rev. John F. Haegar to the 
Society for Propagating the Gospel, 
1861-63, 1871-73, 1880, 1886, 
1896 ; Palatine schoolhouse at 
Queensbury (Germantown) , Colum- 
bia county, N. Y.; Rev. Joshua 
Kocherthal, a Lutheran minister, 
leads to a division of the immi- 
grants into Lutheran and Re- 
formed, 1877-78; the Palatines in 
Carolina want a minister, (1711) 
1884; John Conrad Weiser, the 



284 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Palatine refugees in England and 
Amer ica ( continued ) 
Palatines, (1711-60) 1898; Hae- 
gar's letter to Mr. Chamber- 
layn, his trip to Canada, as 
chaplain, with the Palatine troops, 

(1712) 1960-62; Governor Hunter 
has exhausted his stock and credit 
in supplying them, 1965-66, 1993- 
94; the land at Quassaick creek to 
be divided among them, (1713) 
1998; Governor Hunter tried to 
keep the Palatines together, 
but many have gone to Schoharie, 

(1713) 2000, 2006-7; their ex- 
treme poverty and suffering, 2001, 
2011; the Dutch church of Nevr 
York sends them a large supply of 
provisions, 2002-3 ; statistics, 2004- 
5; petition of the Germans at 
Quassaick for a division of the 
lands, (1714) 2051, 2122, 2124-25, 
2143-48; Domine Haegar has also 
persuaded other Palatines to pur- 
chase a great tract of land, that 
they may live together, his personal 
lack of funds, statistics, (1714) 
2059-63; Haegar's parochial notes 
of the Palatine towns, populations 
and communicants, (1715) 2093- 
94; petition to erect a church at 
Kingsberry, permission given, the 
work, (1715) 2098, 2102, 2109, 
2111, 2116-17; petition to the king 
to allow a salary to Haegar, suc- 
cessful, (1716) 2106-8, 2113; 
Haegar's parochial notes, (1716) 
2110; statistics, (1718) 2123; re- 
view of the Palatine emigration to 
America, their arrival in 1709, 
1700 had died on the passage, con- 
ditions under which they came, 
their removal to Livingston Manor, 
(1720) 2147-48; 50 families sent to 
Schoharie, their desire for per- 
manent settlements, 2168-73; pe- 
tition for the division of the land 
at Germantown to the several 
families, (1724) 2218-19: petition 
granted, 2222; second and third 
emigration of Palatines to America, 



Palatine refugees in England and 
America {continued) 
with Rev. Oehl as their minister, 
2232-33, 2519, 2535, 2671, 3078, 
3171-72, 3400 

Paling, Major, see Pauling, Levi 

Pallas, an Indian, 3403-5 

Palls, use of at funerals, 2444 

Palm island, 1789 

Palmer, J., 927 

Palmer, Nehemiah, 2621 

Palmer, Silvanus, 2621-22 

Palmer, Solomon, 3484, 3502 

Palmer, Rev., rector at Amboy, 
3816-17, 3864-65 

Palmer ( Pamer ) , Thomas, 1 322 

Palmerston, [Henry Temple, 2d Vis- 
count], 4067 

Paltz (Palatinate), see Palatinate 

Paltz, see New Paltz 

Pama, Rev., 2565 

Pamphlets (booklets), 176; on the 
Frelinghuysen case, 2330, 2332, 
2349, 2359; on the coetus contro- 
versy, (1762) 3831, 3836, 3862. 
See also Leydt, Ritzema 

Pannebakker, Peter, 2009 

Panna, see Ponds, N. J. 

Pantagolus, Meletius, Greek bishop 
of Ephesus, writes a letter, in 
Greek, to the Classis of Amsterdam, 
(1644) 185 

Papacy, The, 946, 949, 1247 

Papal church, indirectly referred to 
in the baptismal formula, 429 ; 
Domine Megapolensis invited by 
Fathers Bressani and LeMoyne to 
return to, 437, 439; Megapolen- 
sis's tract on the, (1658) 404, 427, 
439 

Papal persecutions under James II, 
1777 

Papers, early, Independent Reflector, 
(1753), 3456; New York Mercury, 
(1753) 3457; New York Gazette, 
(1753) 3457; Ocasional Reverbe- 
rator, (1753) 3457; Independent 
Whig, (1753) 3388 

Papirineam fPaparinam), Indian 
name of an island in the Harlem 
river, 1138, 3711 



EOOLESIASTIOAL EEC0ED8 



Papists, ministers going to Eussia 
must not dispute with Lutherans 
or Papists, (1636) 102; the Classis 
of Amsterdam complains to the Di- 
rectors of the West Indies Com- 
pany of their licensing papists 
to trade in Brazil, (1646) 204-6; 
a few in New Netherland, (1655) 
335; if Lutherans allowed to hold 
services, papists will soon apply, 
(1655) 387; Megapolensis's ac- 
count of, in central New York, 
(1658) 436-39; persons baptized 
by, need not be rebaptised, (1661) 
513; Megapolensis disinherited by, 
602; allusions, 830, 920, 961, 967, 
971-73, 980-83, 985, 990-91, 1009, 
1031, 1034, 1042, 1049, 1053, 1085, 
1214, 1377-78, 1600-6, 1674-79, 
2063, 3341 

Paraiba (Pariba), Brazil, 42, 172 

Paramaribo, 2663, 2792, 2855, 2857, 
3014, 3044, 3050, 3094, 3103-5, 
3109, 3120, 3216-17, 3302, 3327, 
3466, 3539-40, 3566, 3671, 3793, 
4112-13, 4168-69. See also Suri- 
nam 

Paramus, Classis of, formed by divi- 
sion of Classis of Hackensack, 
(1800) 4383 

Paramus (Peremus), N. J., Domine 
Erickzon called to, 2330-31, 2359; 
allusion, 2464; Mancius becomes 
pastor, 2601, 3210; allusion, 3027; 
call of Vander Linde, (1748) 3028; 
allusion, 3099, 3101, 3331, 3338, 
3562, 3583, 3609; letter from its 
pastor, Vander Linde, to the clas- 
sis, (1755) 3622-23; an anticoetus 
meeting held at, (Nov. 3, 1755) 
3624-33, 3652-53; allusion, 3643- 
46, 3666, 3669; its pastor among 
the opponents of coetus, (1756) 
3578-80; allusions, 3691, 3695, 
4012, 4211, 4243, 4246, 4248, 
(1784) 4318, 4383, (1800) 4391 

Pardon, Jacob, 1526, 1608 

Parents only to present children for 
baptism, (1658) 430-31 

Paris, Ferdinand John, 2645 



Paris, France, 437, 1069 
Parish of Jamaica, 2645 
Parish school of Trinity Church, 
2190 

Parishes, in general, (1677) 693, 
1081-82, 1998 

Parishes in New Jersey, (1665) 569 

Parishes in New York, (1689) 991, 
(1693) 1077; Trinity Church de- 
clared to be the " parish church " 
of New York City, in its charter, 
(1697) 1143-45; on Long Island, 
(1665) 571-72, (1704) 1553 

Parisian (Parisiens), Otto, 4240, 
4280 

Parker, Mr, 4116 

Parker, Coloes, 1306 

Parker, James, a printer, 3523 

Parker, William, 753 

Parliament, acts of, do not apply to 
the colonies unless they are spe- 
cifically mentioned, 1080, 3429 

Parmentier, Peter, 2502, 2505, 2558, 
2582 

Parmerend, see Purmerend 

Parochial church of New York City 
— Trinity Church, (1697) 1140 

Parochial schools, (1619) 4220, 4216, 
2337, 2374; at Hem, Holland, 36 

Parole, 1906-7 

Parritsfield, N. Y., 2676 

Parsell, Nickolas, 413 

Parsippany (Persippany, Persip- 
peny), N. J., 4248, (1784) 4318 

Parsonages, 804-5, 842, 866, 881, 915, 
1300, 4334 

Parsons, 1082 

Parsons, Samuel, 927 

Particular assemblies (particular 
bodies or classes), (1771) 4213, 
4216, 4228, 4251, 4253, 4282; as- 
sumed the name of classes, (1784) 
4321, 4324, 4331 

Particular (or special) grace, 4123, 
4134 

Particular (Byzondere) synods in 
Holland, (1619) 4221, 4223 

Particular synod in America, the old 
assembly or synod (1771-92) be- 
comes a Particular Synod, (1793) 



286 



THE UNIVEESITY OF TKE STATE OP NEW YOEK 



Particular synod in America {cont'd) 
4367-69, (1794) 4370, (1796) 
4372-73, 4376, (1797) 4377, 
(1799) 4377; writes to Synod of 
North Holland, (1799) 4378, 4381; 
divided into the particular synods 
of New York and Albany, (1800) 
4381-84 
Parton, John, 684 
Pasaick (in Classis of Albany), 

N. Y., (1800) 4390 
Passaic, 1107. See a^so Aquackononck 
Pastoral letter of general synod to 

the churches, (1800) 4384-87 
Patent for Manor of Fordham, see 
Fordham, Manor of; for townships, 
to Kings College, to Trinity 
Church, to Collegiate Church, 
(1770) 4183-84, 4191 
Patent of Charles II for New Nether- 
land, (1664) 559, 560, 1591. See 
also NeAv Jersey 
Patent to Trinity Church of the 
Queen's Farm, (1705) 1590, 1597- 
98; confirmed by the Queen, 
(1709) 1801; allusions, 1552, 
2052-53 
Patent for Lutheran lands at New- 
burgh, (1751) 3171-72 
Paterson, N. J., 2244 
Patria, 249, 563, 573, 587, 635, 647, 

782, 900 
Patrick, Daniel, 932 
Patron, see Patroon 
Patronage, the bishop of London com- 
plains that the king's right of pa- 
tronage in the colonial churches is 
not duly asserted by the governors, 
(1677) 693; rests with the pa- 
troons in the Dutch and English 
manors, 75, (1642) 143, (1686) 
920, 1146, 1151 (1715) 2095; in 
the consistory of the Dutch Church 
of New York by the articles of 
surrender, (1664) 558; and by 
their charter, (1696) 1151; and in 
the consistories of other Dutch 
churches, 2163, 2469; and in the 
town vestries, by the ministry act, 
(1693) 1079; in the city vestry 



Patronage {continued) 

and one of the church wardens of 
Trinity Church, by its charter, 
(1697) 1146-47; in the church 
wardens and vestrymen of Trinity 
Church, (by new act of incorpora- 
tion), (1704) 1564, 1568, see also 
1552; in New Jersey, the proprie- 
tors shall never claim any right 
of patronage in the churches, 
(1665) 569-70 

Patroons, the West India Company 
the general patroon of all New 
Netherland, (1621, 1623) 37; re- 
serves to itself Manhattan island, 
(1640) 188; duty of local patroons 
to provide clergymen, schoolmasters 
and comforters of the sick, 46, 75, 
78, 79; allusions, 84; new more 
general charter for patroons, 129, 
130, 188; contract of patroon Van 
Kensselaer with Rev. John Mega- 
polensis, (1642) 143-48, 153, 153- 
57 ; the company, being the general 
patroon, insists on indorsing Van 
Eensselaer's contract with Mega- 
polensis, (1642) 153; expiration of 
this contract, effort to extend it a 
year, (1648) 230-31, 239; renewed 
request of Megapolensis for his re- 
lease granted, (1649) 248-49; 
classis urges the patroon's exe- 
cutors to provide another minister 
for Rensselaerwyck, 251-52; the 
patroon must be indemnified for 
the retention of Megapolensis at 
Manhattan, (1649) 262; the 
patroon warned by classis, against 
employing Grasmere, a suspended 
minister, (1650) 272, 283; the 
church of Rensselaerwyck and the 
Consistory of Manhattan warned 
against recognizing him, (1650) 
289, 290-95; a new charter of 
patroonships to all who may settle 
colonies (1650) 276; classis urges 
the patroon to send another min- 
ister to Rensselaerswyck, (1651) 
286-95 ; classis recommends Epis- 
copius to the patroon, but he de- 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



287 



Patroons {continued) 

clines, (1652) 305-6; recommends 
Kev. Gideon Schaats, he accepts, 
ordained, his contract with the 
patroon (1652) 309, 310; the pa- 
troon gives 1000 guilders toward 
a new church building, (1656) 344; 
dispute between the West India 
Company and the patroon as to 
tithes, (1656) 353, 442; expiration 
of Schaats's contract with the 
patroon, will remain on increase of 
salary, classia notifies the patroon, 
(165S) 417; allusions, 651, 3226- 
27 

Pattee, John, 933 

Pauli, Rev. Jacob, 39 

Pauling (Paaling, Paling, Pawling), 
Levi, of Kingston, 3621, 3958, 
4060, 4074^75, 4085, 4211, 4243, 
4246 

Pauling. See also Pawling 

Paulinus — a mistake of Governor 
Lovelace for Polhemus, (1671) 616 

Paulis, Mr, 368 

Paulison, John, 3925 

Paulus, Elizabeth, 703 

Paulusz, Cornelis, 2275 

Pauw, Michiel, patroon of Pavonia, 
361 

Pauw (Pavo), Rev. Petrus, 462, 707, 
764 

Pauwelson, Mons, 676 

Pauwlten, C, 2383 

Pavo, Rev. Peter, see Pauw, Rev. 
Petrus 

Pavonia, N. J., 86, 361 

Pawling, Henry, 684 

Pawling. See also Pnuling 

Paycock, Robert, 684 

Peace, after the Revolution, (1784) 
4323-24, 4337; proclaimed between 
the republics of Holland and Eng- 
land, (1654) 327; established by 
the treaties of Westphalia, (1648) 
226; of Breda, (1667) 639, 1658; 
of Westminster, (16741 652, 1658 

Peace articles in Kinjrs county, L. L, 
(1712) 1030-33,1981,2011, (1714) 
2066, 2083-86, (1755) 3534, 3559- 
60, 3588, 3616, 3661, 3663 



Peace articles proposed at Raritan, 

(1732) 2568, 2592, 2638, 2653, 
2659, 2665-68, 2678 
Peace sermons to be preached by 
Arondeus and Van Sinderin, 3213, 
3491 
Pearl street. New Amsterdam, (1633) 

85, 119 
Pearson, Colonel, 1405 
Pearss, William, 3881 
Pear tree, Mrs, 1803; (Widow), 

2376 
Peartree, William, 1573, 1714, 1805, 

1807, 1847-48, 1854 
Pechtel, John, 2834 
Peck, Andries Frederick, 3082, 3084 
Peek, Jacobus, 3132, 3590, 3632 
Peekskill, N. Y., Anglican church at, 

(1776) 4290; Dutch church at, 

(1800) 4387 
Peetersen, Samuel, 676 
Peifer, Adam, 4033 
PeiflFers (Peitfers, Peyffers, Peytfers), 

Rev. W[ilhelmus], at Amsterdam, 

3473-74, 3476-78, 3488, 3567-73, 

3582, 3597, 3641, 3644, 3647, 3883, 

3979 
Peigenina, Rev. Gualterus, 299. See 

also Pereyzinus, Rev. Gaulterus, 

622 
Peiret (Peiretsz, Perrot), Rev. 

Pierre, 879, 998, 1043, 1089, 1172, 

1188, 1268, 1321, 1324; petitions 

Cornbury for salary, (1702) 1513, 

1528; president of a ministerial 

society, (1704) 1559 
Pekamptekook, 1069 
Pelham, Manor of, 1077, (1704) 1553, 

3452-53 
Pelham, T[homasl, one of the lords 

of trade, 2192 
Pell, Thomas, 3452 
Pella, a place of refuge, 4228 
Pelletreau, Elias, 2237 
Polling, Dr, 1787 
Pels, Evert, 153, 157 
Peltry trade, 635, 879 
Pemberton, Rev. Ebene/er, second 

Presbyterian pastor in New York, 

(1748) 4047 
Pembroke Castle, 2562 



288 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Pembroke, Thomas, earl of Mont- 
gomery, 1726, 1787, 1S35 

Penal religious laws of England, do 
not extend to the colonies, asserted 
by Makemie, (1706) 1670-71 

Penicook (Penekoke) Indians, 1362, 
1383 

Penitential sermons, 2739, 3213, 
3222-25, 3594 

Penlvovius, Eev. X., 789 

Penmanship, 3257, 3351, 3652 

Penn's patent, as to religion, bishop 
of London desires that it should 
not prevent Anglican chaplains 
from entering Pennsylvania, (1681) 
759 

Pennsylvania, 27, 28, 29, 759 ; perfect 
freedom of religion in, (1682) 
800; allusions, 947, 958, 987, 1024, 
1045, 1052, 1061, 1093, 1134, 1170, 
1262, 1427, 1438; a suggested 
refuge for the Palatines, 1789-93, 
1829 ; Assembly of, in opposition to 
the queen's authority, (1707) 1682- 
84; almost all of its members 
Quakers, 1767; historical society 
of, 1693; has no ministry act, 
1910, 1991-92, 2000, 2425-37, 
2440, 2443; letter of classis to the 
Germans in, ratifying all the acts 
of Boehm, (1729) 2468-71,2630-31, 
2671, 2673, 2676, 2705, 2734-35, 
2737, 2755, 2761; German churches 
in, 2799, 2812, 2836, 2849, 2935, 
4038, 4067, 4096-98, 4160; Mora- 
vians and Eomanists in, 2907, 
2919-20, 3243, 3278, 3301; univer- 
sity of, 3057, 3069 ; only one Dutch 
church in, 3057; coetus of German 
churches, 3037, 3071, 3122, 3128, 
3882, 3919-20, 4166, 4195, 4207, 
4272; allusions, 3287, 3295, 3342- 
47, 3350, 3405-6, 3409, 3486, 3498, 
3555, 3582, 3584, 3687, (1771) 
4207 

Penokius (Benockius, Pennokius), 
Rev. Joh., 1287, 1292 

Pensionary Buys, see Buys, Willem 

Pensionary Heinsius, see Heinsius, 
Antonie 



Pensionary Marcus, aee Marcus 
[Pieter] 

Pentecost, (1619) 4224 

People, The, 457-58, 864, 866, 2739, 
2804, 2865 

Pera, suburb of Constantinople, 1364 

Pereca (Perica), W. I., 4168-69 

Peren-poort, in the Manor of Ford- 
ham, 2121 

Pereyzinus, Rev. Gualterus, 622. See 
also Peigenina, Rev. Gualterus, 299 

Perizonius, Rev. R[utgerus], minis- 
ter at Amsterdam, 3731-32, 3748, 
3752, 3765 

Perkins, Mary, 927 

Pernambuco, Brazil, 41 

Perrot, see Peiret 

Perry, Mr, 995 

Perry, Bishop, quotation from his 
"American Episcopal Church," 
759, 1133 

Perry, Micaiga, 1788 

Persecuted churches, in Flanders, a 
minister sent to, (1629) 76; in 
England and Ireland, (1643) 169, 
170, 174-75; nearly .$9000 raised 
for by Classis of Amsterdam, 177- 
82 

Persecutions, 87; unjustifiable, 1080; 
not allowed in the Palatinate, 
(1705) 1601-2; in England and 
Scotland, (1639) 122; in Germany, 
2427 

Persen, Cornells, 2811, 3952-59, 
4011-12, 4021-22, 4029, 4034, 4040 

Persen, Johannes, jr, 3200, 4033 

Persen, Matthew, 4033 

Persippany, see Parsippany 

Perth Amboy, N. J., 1711, 1438 

Peter, an Indian, 3400 

Peterborough, [Henry Mordaunt, 2d] 
earl of, 894, 897, 925 

Peters, Mr, 3840 

Peters, Rev. Hugh, 170 

Petersen, Andrie[s], 684 

Petersen, George, 2930, 3078, 3095 

Petersen, Matthew, 2974, 3413 

Petersen, Peter, 684 

Peterson, Cor., of Three Mile Run, 
N. J., 2478 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOKDS 



289 



Peterson, Frederick, 684 
Petri Apiani [Cosmographiaf], one 
of the books belonging to Jonas 
Bronck, 168 
Petri, Rev. Rudolphus, 73, 88 
Petrus, an Indian, 2634 
Pettet, Tho[mas], 934 
Petticoat Lane, New York City, 1528 
Pettit, Joshua, 2135 
Pews, 278, 2672, 4151-52, 4256; of 
Fletcher, given to Trinity Church, 
1220; for minister's wife, 2866 
Peyster, see De Peyster 
Philadelphia, a ship, 4337, 4342 
Philadelphia, Pa., allusions, 878, 
1053, 1512, 1599, 1761, 1810, 1896, 
1898, 2017, 2053, 2424, 2475, 2484- 
86, 2513-15, 2519; Weiss, pastor 
in German church, (1728) 2406; 
funds sought by him in Holland 
wherewith to build a church, 2530, 
2597, 2710, 2718; allusions, 2753, 
2761, 2774, 2853, 2932, 2960, 3287, 
3346, 3350, 3370, 3644, 3687, 3762; 
Presbyterian church of, Eev. Jede- 
diah Andrews, pastor, (1730) 2519; 
presbytery of, 2684; Anglican 
church in, (1759) 3735; allusions, 
4038, 4086, 4114, 4143, 4272, 
(1776) 4294, 4314 (1785) 4335 
Philip IV, Elector Palatine, 1821 
Philips, Charles, 3968, 4286 
Philips, Rev. Francis, Anglican, sent 
to Stratford, Ct., (1712-13) 2015, 
2017 
Philips (Phillip, Phillips, Phylps), 
Hendrick, deacon at Fishkill, 2502, 
2505, 2534, 2558, 2582; elder at 
Fishkill, (1765) 3985 
Philips, Sir John, 1739, 1740, 1788 
Philips (Phillips), Thomas, 933 
Philipsburgh, Manor of, 3452; church 
of, 3562, 3583, 3669; an Anglican 
church, (1759) 3735, 4243, 4387 
Philipsburgh, Palatinate, 1783 
Philipse (Philips), Adolph, 1221, 
1315, 1322, 1615, 1618-19, 1798, 
1805, 1847-48, 1854, 1873, 1934, 
2009, 2020, 2024, 2047, 2143, 2145, 
2151, 2176, 2635 

10 



Philipse (Philipsen, Filips, Filipzen, 
Flypse), Frederick, (1660) 476, 
(1664) 565, 586, 595, (1674) 642, 
677, 679, 743, 927, 963, 967-68, 971, 
973, 981, 984, 1025, 1030, 1064, 
1085, 1217, 1270, 1315, 1441, 3452 

Philipse (Philips), Frederick, 2358; 
judge, (1733) 2623, 3508, 3544; 
member of New York Assembly, 
(1770) 4176 

Phillips, Rev. George, Independent, 
(1718) 2126, 2141 

Philo-Reflector, 3457, 3459 

Phyfe, James, treasurer of Collegiate 
Church, secures a history of the 
suits connected with the property 
of the church, 2223 

Physicians, ministers forbidden to 
act as physicians, (1633) 85, 
(1641) 139; report to be made on 
subject, (1643) 173; Rector Cur- 
tius (Latin teacher) also practises 
medicine, (1660) 474; Rev. Sam- 
uel Megapolensis (1664-68) also 
a physician, 489, 531; Peter 
Sluiter, a Labadist, also a physi- 
cian, (1683) 869; charge against 
him, a post-mortem examination, 
869-71; three physicians in New 
York (1710), Dr Law, Dr Moore, 
Dr Garren, ordered to visit the 
ship bringing over the Palatines, 
much sickness aboard, (1710) 
1855; Rev. Mauritius Goetschius 
also a physician, (1755) 3553 

Pick, Rev. D. C. A., 4362 

Picquet, Abb6, 3107 

Pictet, Professor, at Geneva, 2295 

Pidgeon, William, of Flushing, L. L, 
413 

Piedmontese, The, 530 

Pierron, Father Jean, S. J., (1667) 
590 

Pieter, Reijutje, see Pietersen, Reyn- 
dert 

Pieters, Marie, 703 

Pietersen, Adolph, 521, 631, 641, 1030 

Pietersen, Aert, 403-4 

Pietersen, Cornells, 121 



290 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF KEW YORK 



Pietersen, Evert, sent as teacher to 
New Amstel, (Mar. 1657) 378; 
hears of a colony of 400 people to 
follow him, his school, in need of 
stationery, etc., (Aug. 12, 1657) 
402; is also chorister, visitor of 
the sick and. deacon, in New 
Amstel, (1659) 458; is visiting 
Holland, (1660) 495; is appointed 
schoolmaster, chorister and visitor 
of the sick in New Amsterdam, 
(1661) 502-3; takes the place of 
Van Hoboocken, 522; allusion, 542; 
his salary from the company lost 
by the surrender, appeals to the 
city authorities for its continu- 
ance, (1664) 563, (1665) 575, 
(1666) 577, (1669) 600; assists 
Domine Drisius in church service, 
(1670) 610; his finances, (1674) 
642; is old and feeble, De la Noy 
takes his place as chorister and 
visitor of the sick, (1686) 932. 
See also W. H. Kilpatrick, Dutch 
Schools of New Netherland 

Pietersen, Gerbrant, 2446-47 

Pietersen, Hendrick, 366 

Pietersen, J., 3597 

Pietersen, Jacob, 366, 825 

Pietersen, Jochim, 197 

Pietersen, John, 192 

Pietersen, Lefferts, 1120 

Pietersen (Pittersen), Louris, 474 

Pietersen, Marcelis, 1199 

Pietersen, Reyndert, 512, 538 

Pietersen (Pietersse), Simon, 34 

Pieterz, J. Plouteau, of Paramaribo, 
3095, 3120 

Pietists, rumor that certain Pala- 
tines had become, 1742-43; in 
Pennsylvania, 2426, 2429 

Piffenser, John, 2329 

Piljardus, Rev., 493 

Pincheon, John, 559 

Pingo, Albartes, see Ringo, Albartus 

Pinhorne, William, 996, 1018, 1075, 
1091, 1133, 1135, 1174, 1217, 1224, 
1241, 1245, 1345, 1382, 1402, 1427, 
1441, 1568, 1952, 1992 

Pinlcster, 657-58 



Pintard, Lewis, 3986 

Pirates, (1677) 699, 728, 1061, 1125, 

1222, 1244, 1290, 1302, 1394, 1416, 

1420 
Piscataway, N. H., 1744 
Piscataway, N. J., 631, 1438, 1918 
Pit, Jacob, naturalization of, (1718) 

2123 
Pit, Jan, naturalization of, (1718) 

2123 
Pitt, J[ohn], member of the Board 

of Trade, 2874 
Pittenger, John, 2478 
Pittersen, Louris, see Pietersen, 

Louris 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 3402 
Pittstown, Rensselaer county, N. Y., 

4382, 4389 
" Plaats " to be retained in the Dutch 

church of New York City, (1724) 

2235 
Plaeg, Paulus, 4033 
Plairenis, Petrus, 468 ; typographical 

error for Proelius, Petrus, which 

see 
Plan of union, see Union, plan of 
Planck, Abram, 213-14 
Plantations, The, meaning of the 

term, 3430-31, 895; to be under 

Episcopal jurisdiction, 926, 1080 
Planter (Plante, Planti), Rev. Fran- 

ciscus, in Brazil, 111, 173, 191. See 

also p. 21 of this Index 
Plantinus, Rev. John, at Amsterdam, 

2712-13, 2733-35, 2737, 3062, 3296, 

3756 
Plantius, Rev. Isaac, 40 
Piatt, Charles, 4353 
Piatt, Jeremiah, loans £900 to Col- 
legiate Church (1775) 4284 
Piatt, Zephaniah, 4353 
Plockhoy, Pieter Cornelisz, enters into 

a contract with the magistrates 

of Amsterdam for the conveyance 

of a colony of Mennonists to the 

Delaware, (1662) 524 
Plo^^^nan, Johannes, 3082 
Plowman, Matthew, 965, 967, 971, 973, 

982, 995 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECORDS 



291 



Plumer, Il[ichard], member of the 
Board of Trade, 2192, 2S74 

Plummer, John, 1788 

Pluviers, Cornelius, 556 

Plymouth (Plimouth), England, 983 

Plj-mouth, Mass., 44, 3402 

Poederogen [Poederoyen] , Holland, 
4036-37 

Poems, Dutch, prefixed to the com- 
plaint against Frelinghuysen, 
(1725) 2312-17 

Point, Robert, 2219 

Poland, 459 

Polemic theology, 4129, 4134 

Poles, 3993 

Polhemus, Abraham, 2745, 2783, 2829, 
2843, 2858, 2861, 2880, 2885-86, 
2889-90, 2895, 2897, 3073, 3076, 
3178, 3593 

Polhemus (Polhcmius, Polyhemus), 
Daniel, 330; elder in Kings county, 
(1703-5) 1526, 1608; captain, 1943 

Polhemus, Daniel, elder at Navesink, 
(1755) 3547, 3549 

Polhemus, Rev. Henry, (1800) 4390 

Polhemus (Polheim, Polheym, Polhey- 
mus, Polhejrmius, Polhemius, Pol- 
liemus), Rev. Jacob Tlieodorus, of 
fers to go to the West Indies, 
(1635) 87; locates in Brazil, 42, 
110; his wife goes to Holland (up- 
on the loss of Brazil) to recover 
his salary, (1654) 328, 330, 332, 
350, 439, 441, 444, 448; he arrives 
in New Netherland and is called to 
Flatbush, (1654) 332, 334-37, 339, 
426; petition of the church to 
raise his salary by voluntary sub- 
scriptions, (1656) 345-47, 350-51; 
Mrs Polhemus leaves Holland for 
America, (1656) 352; his parson- 
age, 362-64; his salary, 364-69, 
384-416; thanks classis for favors 
shown his wife while in Holland, 
(1657) 392, 456; nonsalary payers 
fined, 420; his salary for services 
in Brazil yet due, (1658) 424; 
Selyns settling in Brooklyn relieves 
him in part, of his services, (1660) 
479, 488; Brooklyn consistory for- 



Polhemus, Rev. Jacob Theodorus 
(continued) 
mally thanks him for his services, 
481-82; suggests desirability of 
correspondence among the Ameri- 
can churches, (1662-64) 525, 533- 
34, 542-44, 551, 554; preaches 
once a fortnight in New York, 
(1670 610; his property exempted 
from taxation, (1671) 616; allu- 
sions to him, 355, 461, 471, 475, 
484-85, 489, 502, 504, 529, 700-1; 
his death, (1676) 688, 692, 695; 
Mrs Polhemus, 771-74, 819 

Polhemus, John, 2790-91, 3024, 3038, 
3578 

Polhemus, Theodore, 330, 736, 1798- 
99, 4405 

Polhemus, Tobias, 4362 

Polit, Cornelius, 3045 

Pollexfen, John, member of the Board 
of Trade, 1170, 1285, 1426 

Pomp, Rev. Nicholas, 4166 

Pompton [Plains], 2331, 3088; calls 
Rev. Cornells Blauw, (1762) 3821- 
22, 3827, 3836, 4243, 4248; Rev. 
Herman Meyer called to, (1772) 
4252, 4268, (1784) 4318, 4341, 
4343, 4384, (1800) 4391 

Pomroy, Rev. Dr, (1762) 3840 

Poncet, Father Joseph, captured and 
tortured by the Indians, assisted 
by the Dutch, (1653) 315, 316, 321 

Ponds (Panna, The North) 2331, 
3622-23, 4243, 4246, 4248, (1784) 
4341, 4343, 4384, (ISOO) 4391 

Pool (Poelius), Rev. Cornelis, in Bra- 
zil, see Van der Poel (Poelius), 
Rev. Cornelius 

Poolman, see Pootman 

Poor, the, alluded to (1649) 257, 259, 
(1657) 387, (1663) 537-38; each 
church (Reformed and Lutheran) 
must support its own poor, (1674) 
662; Mrs Gordon, wife of British 
chaplain, gives a legacy to the poor 
of the Dutch church, (1685) 909; 
an act for support of, after an epi- 
demic, (1702) 1511; allusion, 3584- 
85; £100 collected for, (1774) 
4275, 4283 



292 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Poor Farm, the, given by Deacon 
Frawley, about 1650, to the Dutch 
church of New Amsterdam, near 
Newtown, long known as the 
"Arme Bouwerie," or Poor Farm, 
on the site of Steinway, L. I., with 
the islands in the East river 
Poor fund at Albany, 3800 
Poorhouses, in HoUand, (1619) 4221- 
22; of the church of New Amster- 
dam, on Broad street, this building 
Bold, (1701) 1462, 1514, 1802; on 
Garden street, (1701) 1460-62; 
De Ronde preaches at, 4031; of the 
church of Albany, (1657) 385,2153 
Pootman (Poolman, Portman), Jo- 
hannes, 863, 883 
Pope, the, allusions, 438, 1012, 1612, 

4021 
Popery, 862, 956, 962, 965, 1049, 1247; 
renounced by Rev. John Megapo- 
lensis, (1624) 602; by elder Peter 
J. Marius, 1518; alluded to, in 
negro conspiracy, (1741) 2759, 
2763-64, 2906-8, 3033, 4021. See 
also Jesuits, Roman Catholic 
church 

Popish priests, 1367-70, 1380 

Poppius, Rev., died, (1688 or 1689) 
975. See also Puppius 

Popple, [William], secretary of the 
Board of Trade, 1227, 1263, 1335, 
1731, 1746, 1840, 2107, 2669, 2671 

Population of three kinds, Dutch, 
French and English, (1702) 1593 

Port Jervis (Mahackemack), N. Y., 
2801-3, 2836, 2843, 2964, 3598 

Port Royal, 997-98 

Portal inscriptions, over Dutch church 
in the fort, (1642) 165; over Trin- 
ity Church, (1697) 1219-20,2699 

Porter, George, 684 

Porter, J., 2229 

Portlock, Rev. Edward, 1321 

Portman, see Pootman 

Portsmouth, England, 1861 

Portugal, 41, 218, 1831 

Portuguese, 221; services in the East 
Indies, (1648) 241 

Po8, Lodewyck, 556 



Post, Mr, 4265 

Post-Acta of Synod of Dort, (1619) 

26, 27; translated from Latin into 

Dutch, 613, 2912, 2970, 3050, 3059 

Post, Frederick, marries an Indian 

woman, 2853 
Post, P., an elder, 3087-88 
Post, Teunis, an elder, 3925 
Post, Thomas, an elder, 4357 
Post office, between New York and 
Boston, and Philadelphia, (1705) 
1599; in New York City (1844-78), 
in Middle Dutch Church, 2458 
Posthumus, John Michael, 3694 
Postilla, book for Sunday reading, 

395, 398 
Postmortem examination, (1683) 869 
Potman, see Pootman 
Potter, Rev. Dr, (1747) 3484 
Potterstown ( Whitehouse ) , N. J., 

(1800) 4390 
Pouch of porcupine quills, an Indian 
ornament presented to Governor 
Sloughter, (1691), 1019 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Dutch church 
writes to classis for a minister, 
(1730) 2497-2505, 2521, 2532; 
reply of classis, 2532-33; Van 
Schie called, 2545-46, 2557-58; re- 
turns thanks, 2581-82; Van Schie 
writes to classis, 2589-91 ; re- 
sponse, 2594 ; allusions, 2604, 2674 ; 
Meynema called, (1745) 2869-71, 
2876, 2960; complaints, 3100, 
3236; allusions, 3416, 3547, 3601-2, 
3721, 3875, 3926-29; Blauw called, 
3932; declines, wants a minister, 
3949-51, 3967, 3972-73; calls Rys- 
dyck, (1765) 3983-85, 3989, 3996, 
4000, 4034-35, 4041, 4076, 4080, 
4088, 4100, 4154, 4165, 4204, 4211, 
(1772) 4243, 4246, 4248; applies 
for a charter, (1774) 4276, 4283; 
Rev. Dr J. H. Livingston supplies, 
(1781-83) 4309, (1784) 4318; its 
corporate name, calls Rev. Andrew 
Gray, (1790) 4353, 4383, (1800) 
4388 



ECOLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



293 



Poughkeepsie, Episcopal church at, 

(1776) 4290 

Poughkeepsie, Classis of, (1800) 
4383 

Poulesse, John, 2776 

Poulison, Poulus, 684 

Poulissen, Petrus, 4243, 4246 

Povey, John, 955, 1753 

Powis, [William Herftert, 1st] earl 
of, 925 

Powis, Sir Thomas, 1285 

PoAvle, H[enry], member of the 
Board of Trade, 961, 1002 

Powlett, Lord William, member of 
the House of Commons, 1724, 1752, 
1832 

Poyer, Rev. Thomas, his induction as 
Anglican minister at Jamaica, L. I., 
1921; the parsonage in the pos- 
session of dissenters, has distri- 
buted the books of common prayer, 
(Oct. 5, 1710) 1868; complains 
that the town vestry withholds his 
salary, has commenced a suit 
against them, 1871 ; allusion, 
1874; his church grows, wishes the 
bishop of London would assert the 
rights of the church here, has not 
yet received any salary from the 
town, it is given to a dissenter, 
McNish, (May 3, 1711) 1879-80; 
Colonel Morris writes to S. P. G. 
an account of the difficulties at 
Jamaica, disapproves of Cornbury's 
former arbitrary acts, fears of a 
decision against the Anglican 
church in a lawsuit, (Jan. 1, 
1712) 1899; Colonel Heathcote 
writes to S. P. G., Poyer does not 
push the suit, although the gov- 
ernor offers to bear the expense, 
condemns the former arbitrary 
proceedings of Cornbury, reviews 
of the case, (Jan. 1712) 1899- 
1903, 1905-6, 1909-15, 1918-22; 
Poyer'a letter to S. P. G., (Mar. 
1712) 1922-24, 1926-27; allusion, 
1950-51 ; the queen allows appeals 
in cases affecting Anglican 
churches and ministers, irrespec- 



Poyer, Rev. Thomas {continued) 
tive of the amount involved, (Aug. 
26, 1712) 1963-64, 1971, 1990; al- 
lusions, 1970; the town vestry re- 
fuses to allow Poyer to attend 
their meetings, but admits the dis- 
senting minister McNish, (Jan. 
20, 1713) 2012; Poyer informs 
Governor Hunter of the action of 
the town vestry, suit against them 
for nonpayment of salary, and for 
recovery of the parsonage, (May 
1714) 2043-44; Poyer has at the 
end of five years, received no sal- 
ary from the taxes imposed by the 
ministry act, (Nov. 1714) 2072- 
74; suit still dragging, the mem- 
bers of the Anglican church of 
Jamaica write to the S. P. G., 
(Jan. 15, 1717) 2113-15, 2119, 
2120, 2126-28; the dissenters peti- 
tion to have certain fines remitted 
illegally imposed on them for their 
conduct, (1719) 2128-38; allusion, 
2181 ; troubles still continuing, 
(May 24, 1723) 2212-13; lawsuit 
pending by the dissenters for re- 
covery of the church, (1727} 2392; 
Poyer desires to return to Eng- 
land, 2547, 2562; his death, (Jan. 
25, 1732) 2565, 2644; allusions, 
2633, 2636, 2645-46, 4181 

Prague, university of, 155; battle of, 
1782, 1821 

Prayer, 61 ; at the opening of the 
First Court in New Amsterdam, 
(1653) 314; days of, 414-15, 
842, see Thanksgiving days, Fast 
days; Forms of, 657; for the 
country, (1775) 4287; day of, ap- 
pointed by Washington, (1776) 
4296; for the king, interrupted, 
(1776) 4295-96; prayer books, 
3917; allusion, 4006 

Preachers, for the colonies, 79, 124 ; 
preaching by unqualified persons, 
342; preaching the Word, 92, 93; 
at the Reformation, 2618; times 
of preaching, (1619) 4224; allu- 
sions, 4001-4, 4006 



294 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Preake, Mr, 1739 [apparently a typo- 
graphical error for Trebeke, or Tri- 
bekko; cf. p. 1742 and 1788] 

Precedency to be given the synods of 
north and south Holland in cor- 
responding with the colonial 
churches, (1681) 822 

Precentor, see Chorister 

" Precept," a legal term, 4070 

Preeck, Jacobus, of Schenectady, 
1310 

Prefaces, to published sermons of 
•Frelinghuysen, (1721) 2178; to 
the Klagte (or Complaint) against 
him, (1725) 2317-29, 2348; to 
subsequent lots of sermons, (1733) 
2618, (1737) 269S, (1749) 3047 

Prelegacy, (1684) 888. 1109, 3453 

Preparatory examinations, (1784) 
4323 

Preparatory sermons, 2739 

Presbyterian church in Amsterdam, 
Holland, 1107 

Presbyterian church of New York 
City, petitions for a charter, not 
granted, (1759) 3891, 3905; peti- 
tion the king directly for a charter, 
4046-48, 4067, 4081; review of 
their efforts for a charter, 4083- 
84, 4095-96, 4098-99, 4159 

Presbyterian Historical Society, 1761 

Presbyterian Synod of New York and 
New Jersey solicits correspondence 
with the Synod of North Holland, 
(1770) 4182, 4189-92a 

Presbyterianism, adopted in England, 
(1645) 187, 190-92; first Presby- 
terian ministers in New Nether- 



Presbyterianism ( continued ) 

land, (1643-48) 286, see Doughty 
and Denton; ministers needed for 
the English towns, (1658) 432; al- 
lusions, 869, 877-78, 882, 956, 970, 
1176, 1299; Andros's report on re- 
ligion, Presbyterians, (1678), 709 ;& 
Dongan's report, (1687) 879-80 ;e 
Presbyterians at Jamaica, L. I., 
(1701) 1463-64; Rev. Joseph 
Morgan at Rye and Bedford, 
(1705) 1610; many Presbyterians 
in Connecticut, Revs. Denham, 
Woodbridge and Bowers men- 
tioned, (1705) 1611-12; Pres- 
byterian church at Jamaica, 
1620; Revs. Makemie and Hamp- 
ton visit New York, (1706) 877- 
79, 1669, 1671, 1711; Rev. John 
Hobart, Presbyterian pastor at 
Jamaica, (1707) 1690; Presby- 
terians of New York City meet 
together for prayer, 1672; Pres- 
byterians join in the petition to 
the queen for the recall of Gov- 
ernor Cornbury, (1706) 1672-73; 
relieved of their oppressions with 
the coming of Governor Hunter, 
(1710) 1672; Rev. James Anderson 
called as the first Presbyterian 
minister in New York City, (1717) 
1672; first Presbyterian church in 
New York City, (1719) 1673; 
unsuccessful efforts to secure a 
charter, (1720) 2173-76; puts the 
title of their property in the 
Presbyterian General Assembly of 
Scotland, (1730) 1673, 2601; allu- 



o Presbyterian ministers in New York and New Jersey before 1710 : Doughty, 
Francis. Newtown, 1641-.59. Denton, Richard, Hempstead, 1644-59. Jones. 
Ellphalet. Huntington, 1678-81. Morgan, Joseph, Bedford and Eastchester. 1699- 
1704; Freehold, etc.. N. J. 17ns~.3n : ppnnincjtnn nnd LawrencevUle. 17?.l-.37. 
Hubbard (Hobart) John. Jamaica. 1698-1703. Shepherd, Samuel, Woodbridge, 
N. J., 1700-.5. ^IcNish, John, .Tamaira. etr^., 1 70."- 2.3. Coodhue. Francis, Jamaica, 
170.")-7. Royd, John Froohnld, 170f*.-S. Bowor.-, Nathaniel, Newark, 1700-16. 
Dickinson, Jonathan. Elizabethtown, 1709-47. 

Visitors : John Hampton and Francis Makemie, 1706. 

Presbvterian churches in New York and New .Jersey before 1710: Southold, 
1640. Newtown. 1641. Hempstead, 1R44. Huntington. 1653. Jamaica, 1656. 
Newark. 1667. Elizabeth. 1668. Rye. 1671. Fairfield. 1680. Woodbridge. IfiW. 
Freehold, 1685. Flushing. 1690. Eastchester. 1699. Pennington. 1700. Middle- 
town. N. J.. 1703. [Philadelphia, Pa.. 1685]. See list of Congregational churches. 

h By " Presbyterians " he Includes the Dutch church, although he does not men- 
tion it by name. 

e Refers to the Dutch church, but does not mention Presbyterians. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



295 



Presbyterianism (contimted) 

sions, 30, 2015; Presbyterians sue 
for the recovery of their church 
property at Jamaica, (1727) 2392; 
gain the suit, 2565 ; allusions to 
Rev. Gilbert Tennent and the Pres- 
byterian church of Freehold in New 
Jersey, (1731) 2557, 2569; allu- 
sions, 1761, 2684; suggested 
union of the Dutch and Ger- 
man churches with the Pres- 
byterian, 3301, see Church union; 
Presbytery of Xew Brunswick or- 
ganized, (1738) 2717, 2746; the 
great revival, (1740) 2745; allu- 
sion to Presbyterian synod, 2782; 
the Presbyterian Synod of New 
York secures liberty for Presby- 
terian ministers to preach freely in 
Virginia, 2871; Presbyterians allow 
private baptisms, (1747) 2971; 
allusion to the Presbyterian church 
in Wall street, 3026; allusions, 
3095, 3108; the Presbyterians some- 
what established at Harvard and 
Yale, 3338, 3341; the English and 
Dutch Presbyterians exceed all 
other denominations put together, 
(1753) 3339; deny that the Church 
of England was ever established in 
New York, 3427-29; Presbj-terians 
versus churchmen, 3432; allusions, 
3459-60, 3519, 3533; minister of 
the Presbyterian church in New 
York, one of the trustees of King's 
College, (1754) 3518; William 
Livingston appeals to Presbyteri- 
ans to resist the establishment of 
a sectarian college, 3367-68, 3484; 
a Presbyterian college in New Jer- 
sey, 3457; allusion, 3623; Presby- 
terians have long had ecclesiastical 
bodies, (1756) 3048, 3717; their 
freedom in America, 3728; Pres- 
byterian church of New York peti- 
tions the king for a charter, review 
of their history, (Mar. 18, 1766) 
4046-48; referred back to the gov- 
ernor and council for advice, 4067 ; 
further efforts to secure a charter. 



Presbyterianism {continued) 

(Feb. 17, 1767) 4081, 4083; appli- 
cation denied, (June 10, 1767) 
4095-96; king dismisses their peti- 
tion, (Aug. 26, 1767) 4098; allu- 
sion, 4141; proposed union with the 
Dutch, for a college, (1769) 4142, 
4208; allusions, 4287, 4313; a Pres- 
byterian church at Albany, (1763) 
3891, 3905, 3961, 3965, 3993-94, 
4001, 4006, 4008-9; looking for a 
professor, (1766) 4049,4062,4064- 
65, 4141-43, 4153; a minister 
denied induction at Jamaica, 4181- 
82, 4192, 4205-6, 4208; petitions to 
increase the number of members in 
the Assembly, (1775) 4287; favors 
civil independence, (1776) 4293, 

(1783) 4315; fraternal correspon- 
dence with the Dutch church, 

(1784) 4321, 4328, 4332, (1786) 
4341, (1787) 4345; presbytery of 
Albany, (1789) 4353 

Presentation, 1146, 1151; act of offer- 
ing a clergyman for institution in 
a church; this right given to the 
English governors in their " In- 
structions," given to the town 
vestry by the ministry act, (1693) 
1076-79; given to the elders and 
deacons of the Reformed Dutch 
church of New York City by their 
charter, (1696) 1150-51; given to 
the church vestry of Trinity Church 
by their new " act of incorpora- 
tion," (1704) 1552, 1563-66; given 
to the patroon of the Manors, see 
Patroons, Patronage, Advowson ; 
given to other Dutch churches by 
their charters or by the terras of 
surrender, see Kingston, Albany, 
Schenectady, etc. 

Presents, 1520; not to be given to 
governors or other civil officials, 
1543-44 

President of Kings College must be 
of the Anglican church, 3507 

President of Queens College, (inalifi- 
cations demanded in, 4256-58,4269- 
70, 4274 



296 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOBK 



Press, the, censorship of, (1619) 
4225 

Preste, Jan Janss., 556 

Preston, [Richard] viscount, member 
of the Privy Council, 925 

Pretty, Richard, 690, 738 

Prevost, see Provoost 

Price, Director N., 731 

Price, Evert, 684 

Priests, (1700) 1367-70, (1619) 4219 

Prince, John, of Boston, 2746, 3399 

Prince, Samuel, 4242 

Prince of Orange, New York com- 
manded to surrender to, (1673) 
629-31, 646-50, 976, 1222, 1247-48, 
1250, 1258, 4120 

Princess, The, a ship, 216-17, 228-29, 
235, 260 

Princeton College (College of New 
Jersey), 31, 2746, 3613, 3904, 3928, 
3961, 4008, 4049, 4122, 4123, 4128- 
29, 4134, 4141-43, 4153, 4160, 4167, 
4192, 4195-96, (1783) 4312-14, 
(1793) 4367, 4370 

Printer, governor tries to secure one 
for New York, (1668) 599 

Printing, James II forbids any print- 
ing press in New York, (1688) 954 

Prior, Matthias, 1426 

Prisoners, for debt, 4260; collections 
for, 4238 

Pritchard, Rev. Thomas, (1704) 1554; 
inducted to the church of Rye, 
(1705) 1584; opposition of dis- 
senters, 1587-88, 1611 

Private schools, 4216 

Privateers, 1183 

Proal, Rev. P. A., Anglican rector at 
Schenectady, (1762) 3813 

Probasco, Christian, 1525, 2478 

Probasco (Burbasho), Christopher, 
998, 1548, 1608, 1622 

Probasco, Jacob, 2328, 2478 

Procession of the Holy Spirit, 3916, 
3919, 3923, 3967, 3972, 3975, 4005, 
4052 
Proelius (Plairenis, Proeleus, Prue-- 
lius), Rev. Petrus, at Amsterdam, 
447-48, 466, 468, 472 
Profanity, 1710 



Professional certificate, (1784) 4323 
Professor of divinity for the Dutch 
in Kings College, 3495, 3518-19, 
(1769) 4140,4143-45,4205, (1765) 
4008-9, 4103, 4195, 4312 
Professor of theology (Professorate, 
Professorship) (1619) (1763) 3862, 
3868, 3893, 3929, 4220; Consistory 
of New York suggests that a pro- 
fessor be chosen, (1769) 4160; plan 
indorsed by the classis and synod, 
(1771) 4195-96,4198,4207; sugges- 
tions of Ritzema, 4206; plan 
adopted by the convention, (Oct. 
(1771) 4215-16, 4220; suggestions 
of the classis, (1772) 4237; action 
postponed by the American Assem- 
bly, 4253-54; action of Queens Col- 
lege, (1772), 4256, 4268-70, 4274, 
4276-82, 4286 ; proposals for a pro- 
fessorship either in connection with 
Kings College or with Princeton, 
(1783), 4312-15, (1784) 4320; elec- 
tion of Dr John H. Livingston, 
(1784) 4322-25; Queens College 
elects him to the same office, (1785) 
4327, 4331; further allusions, 4329; 
Rev. Hermanus Meyer elected pro- 
fessor of languages, 4335, (1786) 
4340-41, 4344, (1791) 4357, 4366, 
(1793) 4368-69, (1796) 4373-75, 
(1797) 4376; review, 4280-81,4386 
Professor of theology in Queens Col- 
lege, (1772-73) 4256, 4268-70, 
4274, 4276-82; proposed professors 
of philosophy, 4257, 4269-70, 4274 
Profligacy of the people, 1298-99 
Promine, Nicholas, churchmaster, 

(1750) 2101 
Proponents, 89. See also Candidates 
Proposals for union between the coe- 
tus and conferentie, (1764) 3925- 
30, (1767) 4088, 4101-2 
Proprietary governments, 1081-82 
Proprietors (patroons), of New Jer- 
sey, (1664) 569, (1673) 632, 1593 
Protestantism, Protestants, 962, 965, 
968, 972-74, 977, 980-84, 992, 1000, 
1012-9, 1026, 1030, 1042, 1055, 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



297 



Protestantism (contintied) 

1094-95, 1097, 1128, 1142, 1174, 
1177, 1225, 1247, 1255, 1358-59, 
13G1, 1367-68, 1375-83, 1391, 1418; 
bishop of London desires a law to 
establish it in New York, (1689) 
759; Protestant missionaries 
needed for the Indians, (1698) 
1229; Protestants of New York 
City send an address to William 
III, assuring him of their loyalty, 
(1701) 1485; Protestants vs. Ro- 
man Catholics in the Palatinate, 
(1705) 1600-6, 1674-79; persecuted 
Protestants sheltered in England 
(1705) 1827-28; Protestant refu- 
gees welcomed in Holland, 
(1709) 1830; foreign Protestants 
in New York to be nat- 
uralized, (1709) 1724, (1711) 
1878; bills for the incorporation of 
Protestant churches in New York, 
(1769) 4149-50; promotion of 
Protestantism (1785) 4328; bill 
for the incorporation of Protestant 
Episcopal churches, (1801) 4392 

Protests, by a faction in New York 
against the calling of a second min- 
ister, (1698) 1203; second protest 
on technical points, 1210; allusions, 
1206-7, 1265, 1268, 1271; protests 
against the exhumation and re- 
burial of Leisler and Milbourne 
under the Dutch church, (1698) 
1245, etc. ; protest of three churches 
of Kings county against the illegal 
appointment of a consistory by 
Freeman, (Feb. 14-15, 1706) 1623- 
30, 1643; protest of DuBois and 
Antonides against the Assembly's 
order to them to ordain Van Vleck, 
(1709) 1771; by the Van Sinderin 
party against the settlement of 
Arondeus, (1751) 3190-93; of 
Haeghoort against the coetus, 3227- 
32, 3420; against a sectarian col- 
lege, 3480-82; against the sentence 
of the coetus on Rev. Aron- 
deus, 3489, 3536-37; against the 
call of Curtenius, 3542 ; against 



Protests (continued) 

an American classis and academy, 
(1755) 3589-90, 3623 

Proud's History of Pennsylvania 
quoted, 759. 

Provincial Establishment, 1081-82 

Provoost, Cornelius, elder, (1727) 
2375-2377 

Provoost, David, schoolmaster, 
(1652) 300 

Provoost, David, jr, deacon, 1202-3, 
1261, 1264, 1347, 1357, 1366; cap- 
tain and member of New York 
Council, 1714, 1743, 1756, 1803, 
1805, 1807, 1847-48 

Provoost, Johannes, member of Leis- 
ler's Council, (1690) 1008, 1029 

Provoost, Johannes, of Albany, 
(1664) 565 

Provoost, Rev. Samuel, rector of 
Trinity Church, (1784) 4325; first 
Bishop of New York, (1785) 4326- 
27, (1795) 490; resigns his office, 
(1801) 4327 

Provoost, William, 2220, 2240-41, 
2292-93, 2377, 2449, 2489 

Prudden, Rev. John, (1683-93), pas- 
tor at Jamaica, 710, 921-22, 927, 
960, 1892 

Prudentius, Rev., 189 

Pruelius, Rev., see Proelius, Rev. Pe- 
ter 

Pruss, .Jechon., 1813 

Prussia, 1677-78, 1775-76 

Prussian chapel in England, 1786 

Pruym, Hendrick, 1933-34, 2720 

Pruyn, Johannes, 1306 

Psalms, Psalters, Lutheran Psalter, 
(1642) 168; in Malay and Portu- 
guese, (1647) 221; Psalm-setter, 
356; copies of, sent to Stuyvesant 
for distribution, (1660) 473-75; 
translated into the Montauk dialect 
by Rev. Thomas James, (1668) 
599; into Dutch, 1309; known by 
heart by 65 children in Selyns's 
church, (1698) 1233-39; allusions, 
1278, 1287, 1294, 1332, 1367; direc- 
tions in Holland about translation 
of, (1751) 3163; translated into 



298 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Psalms (continued) 

Dutch rhyme, by Voet, (1762) 
3822; Collegiate Church prints the 
Psalms in English with Dutch mu- 
sic, (1763) 3872; musical type or- 
dered from Holland, (1764) 3921- 
22, 3931 ; progress of the work, 
(1765) 4110; title page of the book, 
4103-4, cost of, 4110; allusion, 
4139; 1800 copies printed, 4076, 
4104; allusions, 4202, 4255, 4285- 
'86; a new English version ordered 
by Synod, (1785) 4332, (1787) 
4345, (1790) 4356, 4365 

Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 
by Bassett, (1791) 4362 

Public buildings to remain in their 
former uses, (1664) 557, (1674) 
662 

Public charges in cliurch and state, 
all to contribute to; Duke's Laws, 
(1665) 572 

Public records, concerning inherit- 
ances, the regulations of the 
[Dutch] church, the poor and or- 
phans shall be left [at the surren- 
der] with their present custodians, 
(1664) 558 

Public school, Stuwesant suggests, 
(1652) 307-8; "cornbury recom- 
mends, (1702) 1502; public classi- 
cal school, (1732) 2608; public 
high school, (1738), 2711, 4216; 
funds given for establishment of, 
(1772) 4240. .S'ee also Schools and 
schoolmasters. Parochial schools 

Public worship disturbed, 646, 907 

Pudington, Robert, of Xewtown, L. I., 
369 

Pulpit for church at Albany pur- 
chased in Holland, 344 

Pulteney, John, commissioner of trade 
and plantations, 1688, 1693, 1703, 
1707, 1797, 1855 

Punderson, Rev. Ebenezer, Anglican, 
3504, 3864 

Puppius, Rev. Gerardus, 40, 181, 183 

Puppius, Rev. John, 185 

Purdy, Nathan, 4184 

Purdy, Samuel, 2190 



Puritans in New Netherland, 335, 
398; in Pennsylvania, 2429; allu- 
sion, 2542 

Purmerend (Parnierend) , Holland, 34 

Quack, the negro, who fired the fort, 

(1741) 2759 
Quackenbos, Wouter, 1306 
Quackenbos, Wouter, jr, 1306 
Quakers (Friends), first arrival in 
New Netherland, conduct, treat- 
ment, (1657) 399, 400, 409-10, 
426-27; remonstrance of the people 
of Flushing against " the law 
against Quakers," 412, 413, see 
Conventicles; Quakerism called an 
abominable heresy, 414; persecuted 
by Stuyvesant, 415; continue their 
practices, (1658) 433, 444, 447; 
allusions to, 420, 470; proceedings 
against, at Flatbush and Newtown, 
fined for holding meetings, (1661) 
496-98; their marriages legal in 
England, 508-10; Stuyvesant ex- 
pels John Bowne, a Quaker, is re- 
buked by the West India Company 
for his severity. (1663) 530; Do- 
mine Polhcmus speaks in their be- 
half, 544; have freedom of con- 
science in Rhode Island, 552; not 
allowed to hold office at Shrews- 
bury, N. J., (1673) 636; petition 
of the people of Huntington 
against, (1676) 691-92; Governor 
Andros reports many Quakers, 
(1678) 709; in New Jersey, resolve 
to hold monthly meetings, 710; 
complaint against a Quaker meet- 
ing at Hempstead, L. I., (1679') 
723; petition against the fines im- 
posed on them, (1680) 744; send 
an address to the governor claim- 
ing liberty of conscience, (1686) 
913; fined for refusal to train, list 
of the fines, 932-34; Domine Var- 
ick complains of the Quaker. Telle- 
naer, (1688) 956. 958; bill to re- 
lieve those scrupulous about swear- 
ing, (1691) 1016; allusions, 824, 
830-31, 852, 880, 906, 913, 923, 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECORDS 



299 



Quakers (Friends) {continued) 

932, 935, 956, 958, 966, 969, 970, 
987, 989, 990, 1053, 1174, 1210, 
1232, 1276, 1438; petition as to 
their right to vote, (1701) 1481; 
complaint against, at Flushing, 

(1702) 1512; assumed the reins 
of government in Pennsylvania on 
the death of Governor Hamilton, 

(1703) 1527; allusions, 1551, 1558; 
Quakers in Westchester left impun- 
ished, (1705) 1587; on Long 
Island, 1589; numerous in West 
Jersey, (1705) 1593; control the 
assembly in Xew Jersey, 1606; op- 
pose the Anglican church on Long 
Island, 1610: their demands in New 
Jersey and Pennsylvania. (1707) 
1682-84; constitute nearly half the 
government in Xew Jersey and 
nearly all in Pennsylvania, (1709) 
1767, 1893; Quaker Torne facili- 
tates the emigration of Palatines 
to England, (1709) 1839; allu- 
sions, 1768 ; control the Assembly 
in Xew Jersey, (1712) 1950-51; 
allusions, 2015, 2073, 2114, 2252- 
53; many in New Jersey, (1726) 
2348; and in Pennsylvania, 2426, 
2429; make complaint against the 
sheriff of Westchester for refusing 
to allow them to vote, (1733) 
2636 ; report, legally incompetent 
to vote, 2637, 2640; an act secured 
giving them the right, (1734) 2642, 
2664; antagonistic to the Church 
of England, 2645; some attend 
Anglican services at Flushing, 
(1735) 2668; and at Jamaica, 
(1743) 2820; allusions 2733, 2888; 
a Quaker meetinghouse in New 
York, (1748) 3026; William Liv- 
ingston appeals to them to resist 
the establishment of a state sec- 
tarian college, 3368 ; they deny 
that the Church of England was 
ever established in Xew York, 
3427; allusion, 3524; Flushing had 
been the great seat of Quakerism, 
1759) 3745; Quakerism the source 



Quakers (Friends) (continued) 

of much infidelity, (1760) 3750; 
Flushing, the seat of infidelity 
and Quakerism, 3799, 3917, 3960, 
3997, (1770) 4179 

Quantin, Isaac, 1864 

Quartan Ague, 641 

Quary, Colonel Robert, writes to lords 
of trade, (1707) 1683, 1693, 1855, 
1915, 1953, 1992 

Quassaick (Quasee) creek, 1800, 1998, 
2051, 2122, 2143-45, 2344, 2380, 
2623, 3078, 3095, 3171-73, 3218-20 

Quebec ( Quebeque, Cubec, Kobec ) , 
315, 316, 421-22, 996, 1009, 1094, 
1122, 1173, 1223, 1225-26, 1410 

Queensbury, James [Douglas, 2d], 
duke of, secretary of state, 1787 

Queensbury (Queensberry, Queens- 
burg, Kingsbury), (1711) 1877; 
same as East Camp or German- 
town, X. Y., 2062, 2093 

Queen's Chapel, 1908. See also 
Anglican Chapel 

Queens College, England, 4186 

Queens College, Xew Brunswick, X. J., 
charter sought for, (1761), 3812, 
3843, (1763) 3862, 3876, 3928-29, 
(1764) 3960-61, (1766), 4074, 
(1767) 4085, 4103, 4122-23, 4129, 
4134, (1769) 4141, 4153, 4157, 
4159, 4166-67, 4196, 4207, 4256, 
4263, 4266-67, 4269-70, 4271, 4274, 
4282, (1783) 4312, 4315, (1784) 
4322-25; nominates Dr Livingston 
as its professor of theology, (1785) 
4327-28, (1786) 4339-40, 4344, 
4.348, 4352, 4354-55, (1791) 4357- 
58, 4362-63, 4367-68, 4370, 4374 
Queens county, L. I., a general name, 
embracing the collegiate charge of 
the Dutch churches of Jamaica, 
Xewtown, Success and Oyster Bay, 
and sometimes including Graves- 
end; allusions, 1074, 1076, 1077, 
1079; population, (1698) 1264, 
1464; petition for the settling of a 
dissenting ministry, (1700) 1302; 
Rev. Urquhart, Anglican, serving 
Jamaica, Newtown and Flushing, 



300 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOKK 



Queens county, L. I. (continued) 
(1704) 1553; Rev. Thomas, Angli- 
can, serving Hempstead and Oys- 
ter Bay, (1704) 1553; for the 
Dutch churches, see Freeman; An- 
tondies; Goetschius, J. H. ; Ro- 
meyn, Thomas; allusions, 1798-99, 
1846; classis writes to Antonides, 

(1714) 2029; peace eflFected in, 

(1715) 2082-86, 2088-91; census 
of, (1723) 2196-97; the churches 
of, call Rev. J. H. Goetschius, 
(1740) 2743-45; allusions, 2808, 
2827-28, 2859-60, 2939-40, 2945, 
2947-49, 3002, 3023-24, 3028, 3033 ; 
church of Newtown writes to classis, 
(1748) 3039, 3050-52, 3059; clas- 
sis writes to Arondeus, (1749) 
3061 ; to the church of Newtown, 
3063; allusions, 3066, 3071; let- 
ters from different parties to clas- 
sis, 3072-76, 3077; allusions, 3089, 
3093, 3099, 3102, 3108, 3115, 3119, 
3129, 3149, 3190, 3235, 3358-59; 
classis writes to the churches of 
the county, (1753) 3376; allusions, 
3385-87, 3389; call of Thomas 
Romeyn, (1753) 3397-98, 3441; 
church of Jamaica writes to clas- 
sis, (Dec. 1753) 3454-56, 3464; 
classis writes to churches of, 
(1754) 3474; allusions, 3485, 3492, 
3539, 3551; classis writes to the 
several factions in, (1755) 3569, 
3572-73; allusions 1954, 3578, 3606, 
3679, (1761) 3812, (1762) 3823- 
24; calls Keteltas, 3834-36, 3842- 
46, 3857-59, 3902, 3920, 3931-33, 
3948, 3970, 3973; calls Boelen, 
(1765) 3989, 3997, 4243 

Queen's Farm (King's Farm, Duke's 
Farm), originally the land west 
of Broadway, between Fulton and 
Chambers streets, but subsequently 
including the Anneke .Tans prop- 
erty, up to and a little above Canal 
street, see Anneke Jans; allusions, 
1037, 1132-33, 1179-80, 1227, 1245, 
1278, 1283-84, 1285, 1296-98, 1312- 
13, 1315, 1437; the Anneke Jans 
property sold to Governor Love- 



Queen's Farm (continued) 

lace, (1669-70) 1517; confiscated 
to the Duke of York, (1674) 
1517; the use of it granted to the 
colonial governors as a perquisite 
of their office, (1674) 1517; be- 
came known as the King's Farm 
when James became king (1685), 
and as the Queen's Farm with 
the accession of Queen Anne, 
(1702) 218, 1516, 1517, 1597; Gov- 
ernor Andros leases the Duke's 
Farm to a tenant for 20 years, 
(1677-97) 1283; Governor Don- 
gan desired that it might be appro- 
priated for a Jesuit college, (1699) 
1290; Chaplain John Miller wished 
it set apart as a bishop's seat, 
(1695) 1132-33; the petitioners 
for a charter for Trinity Church 
also ask for this land (1697), 
Governor Fletcher leased this farm 
to Trinity Church for seven years, 
(antedating the lease, says Bello- 
mont, because he was about to 
leave), (Aug. 17, 1697) 1179-80, 
1282-85, 1289-90, 1297, 1496; 
Bellomont annuls this lease, (May 
1699) 1227, 1496, 1517, 1567; 
Trinity Church petitions for the 
restoration of the lease, it is re- 
newed by Cornbury, (1702) 1516- 
17; suggestion that it be acquired 
by the S. P. G. for the maintenance 
of a college, (1703) 1516; Corn- 
bury petitions the queen to bestow 
the farm on Trinity Church, 
(1704) 1552; reincorporation of 
Trinity Church, (1704) 1563-66, 
1568-69; the farm given to Trinity 
Church, (Nov. 23, 1705) 1517, 
1590, 1597, 1704, 1908; allusions, 
1685, 1703-5; fears for the validity 
of the title, (1709) 1768; an act 
confirming the title, (Sept. 26, 
1709) 1801, 1810-11, 1908; a law- 
suit, governor allows the use of 
the farm by the church during his 
term, (1714) 2015; the queen stops 
the lawsuit, history of the title, 
1517-18, 2041 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOEDS 



301 



Queen's Garden ( King's Garden ) , a 
piece of land south of Rector 
street, allusions, (1696) 1134, 
1227-28, 1245, 1278, 1282-85, 1296- 
98; allusions, 1313, 1315, 1437, 
1563; given to Trinity Church, 
(Nov. 23, 1705) 1590, 1597-98; 
leased to Captain Mathews for 
seven years, improvements to be 
made, 1673-74; allusions, 1686, 
1703-4 

Quere, Mr, 1744 

Queriturs, 3097, 3114, 3187-88 

Questor, 4348, 4381. See also 
Treasurer 

Quick, Thomas, 684 

Quills sent from Holland, 441 

Quimble, John, 365 

Quitrents, 1262, 1277, 1285, 1297, 
1338, 1404, 1768-69, 2719, 4263-64 

Quynell, Thomas, 684 

Raasenburgh, Willem, 556 
Rabenschevt (?), in the Dillenburg 

district, Germany, 3687 
Raddiff, John, 1306. 
Raesvelt (Rasvelt), Rev., minister at 

Curacao, W. I., 2537, 2985 
Railton, Thomas, 1788 
Ramapo region, 3622, 4383 (1800) 

4391 
Ramus, Peter, French mathematician, 

156 
Ranaudet, .James, 3947 
Rand, Johann G., 3211 
Randolph, [Edward], secretary of 

New England, 988 
Ranslaer, see Van Rensselaer 
Rapalje, Abraham, 3042 
Rapalje, Comelis, 2844, 3033 
Rapalje (Rappallie), Daniel, 1525, 

1548, 1608, 1622, 1645, 1662, 3042 
Rapalje, Dirck, 2739 
Rapalje, Garret, (1759) 2101, 2749, 

2750, 3803, 3840-42, 3853, 3856, 

3873, 3900, 4074, 4136, 4260-61, 

4275, 4281 
Rapalje, George, 490, 4232 
Rapalje, Jacob, 4211, 4243, 4247 
Rapalje, Mrs Jacob, 2329 



Rapalje, Jan, 1885-86, 4243 

Rapalje, Jannetje, 703 

Rapalje, Jeremiah, 3475 

Rapalje, Jeronymus, 3306, 3331, 3456 

Rapalje, John, 4246 

Rapalje (Rapalle), Joris, (1656) 346, 
477 

Rapalje, Joris, (1727) 2376, 4247 

Rapalje, Rem, 2101, 2750, 3968 

Rapalje, Samuel, 1120 

Rapalje, Sarah J., 703 

Rapalle, see Rapalje 

Rapallie, see Rapalje 

Raritan, district of, 2318-29 

Raritan, X. J., church at, thinks of 
calling a minister, (1715) 2085; 
Rev. T. J. Frelinghuysen called, 
(1718) 2121; preface to, and titles 
of certain sermons of his, preached 
at Raritan, (1721) 2178-81; com- 
plaints of certain members against 
their pastor, (1723) 2197-2200; 
remarks on these complaints, 2322- 
28; citations of said members for 
spreading evil reports about their 
pastor, (1723) 2197-2212; the 
" Klagte " or " Complaint " of said 
members against their pastor and 
the style of citations issued against 
them, (in a volume), (1725) 2244- 
92 ; this " Complaint " indorsed by 
prominent ministers, 2309-12 ; pref- 
ace to the "Complaint," 2317-29; 
the volume before the classis, 2330, 
2332-33 ; letter from the " Com- 
plainants," (Nov. 2, 1725) 2333- 
35; allusions, 2343, 2345; Van 
Santvoord's letter to classis on the 
" Complaint," and a copy of his 
"Dialogue" sent, (June 1726) 
2348-51; letter of classis to Freling- 
huysen, (June 1726) 2351-56,2381- 
88; allusion, 2361; report on the 
"Complaint," (Oct. 7, 1726) 2362- 
64; allusions, 2366-74, 2392, 2400; 
report on Frelinghuysen's defense, 
(1728) 2401-5, 2413-15; letter of 
classis to Frelinghuysen, (June 28, 
1728) 2416-20; letter of classis to 
the complainants, (June 28, 1728) 



302 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Raritan, X. J. (continued) 

2420-24; allusion, 2426; the con- 
sistory to the complainants, (Feb. 
1729) 2447-49; the complainants 
to the consistory, (Mar. 29, 1729) 
2454-56 ; the consistory to the com- 
plainants, (Apr. 19, 1729) 2459-61; 
the complainants to the consistory, 
(June 10, 1729) 2461-68; sermons 
printed by Frelinghuysen, (1729) 
2490; allusion, (Dec. 1730) 2520, 
2532, 2534, 2536; classis writes to 
the consistory of, (May 7, 1731) 
2538-40; classis writes to the com- 
plainants, (May 7, 1731) 2540-44; 
also to certain seceded parties, 
2544-45; the complainants write 
to the consistory, (Sept. 18, 1731) 
2553-54; the several consistories to 
the classis, (Oct. 2, 1731) 2556-57, 
2571; the consistory to the com- 
plainants, (Oct. 6, 1731) 2558-59; 
the complainants to the consistory 
(Feb. 7, 1732), proposing terms of 
peace, 2566-68; reply of the con- 
sistory, 2568-70; the complainants 
to the classis, (May 4, 1732) 2583- 
88; the consistory to the complain- 
ants, (May 10, 1732) 2592; allu- 
sions, 2592-93; the consistory to 
the classis, (July 17, 1732) 2594; 
allusion, 2596, 2601, 2608; the 
classis to Frelinghuysen, (Oct. 19, 
1732) 2609; allusion, 2613; addi- 
tional sermons published by Fre- 
linghuysen, (1733) 2618-19; allu- 
sion, 2631; the peace articles pro- 
posed at Raritan, (1734) 2638-40; 
sickness of Frelinghuysen, 2640; 
allusions, 2642, 2645, 2652; con- 
sideration of the Raritan case, 
(Sept. 27, 1734) 2652-58; the 
classis to Frelinghuysen, (Oct. 4, 
1734) 2659-60; to the complain- 
ants, 2660-61; allusions, 2663-64; 
consistory to classis, (July 8, 1735) 
2665-68; the classis to the consist- 
ory of, (Jan. 8, 1737) 2678-79; the 
Consistory of Raritan favor a coe- 
tus, (May 27, 1737) 2686; thecom- 



Raritan, X. J. {continued) 

plainants fail to recognize Freling- 
huysen as orthodox, 2696 ; allusion, 
2697-98; additional sermons pub- 
lished by Frelinghuysen, (1737) 
2698-99; allusions, 2708, 2740, 
2753, 2798-99, 2886; Arondeus at 
Raritan, (1748) 3023, 3026, 3032; 
allusion, 3043; Leydt called to 
some of the Raritan churches, 3043, 
3061, 3074, 3076; Rev. John Fre- 
linghuysen called to Raritan (1749) 
3085; allusions, 3098, 3102, 3111, 
3125, 3129, 3150, 3175-76; affairs 
at Raritan settled, (1751) 3202; 
Rev. John Frelinghuysen writes to 
classis, (1752) 3245; allusion, 3249, 
3352; charter of the five churches 
of the Raritan district, (June 7, 
1753) 3382-84; letter from Fre- 
linghuysen to classis, (June 25, 
1753) 3385; allusion, 3386, 3547, 
3592, 3597, 3607; death of Rev. 
John Frelinghuysen, 3679, 3687, 
3691, 3711, 3721-22, 3750, 3978, 
4086, 4211, 4243, 4246, 4248, 4254, 
(1784) 4318, (1800) 4390 

Raskam, Henry, 3620 

Rasvelt, Rev., see Raesvelt, Rev. 

Rates of exchange, 713, 721-22 

Rathlarius, Rev. Samuel, preacher 
in Brazil, 42 [Probably an error 
for Baccalarius (Bachelor), Rev. 
Samuel; see list of ministers in 
Brazil on p. 20 of this Index] 

Ratisbonne, treaty of, (1653) 1602, 
1675-77 

Rattoun, Thomas, 21, 32 

Ranch, Rev. Charles H., Moravian 
missionary to the Indians, 2735, 
2746 

Ravensberg (Ravensperg, Ravens- 
berry), Palatinate, (1705) 1600, 
1782 

Ravenstein, Palatinate, (1705) 1600, 
1782 

Ravensteyn, Rev. Tiberius a, offers 
to go to the East Indies, 299 

Rawson, [Edward] secretary of 
Massachusetts, 1363 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



303 



Rawson, Rev. Grindall, pastor of 
Mendon, Mass., son of the preced- 
ing, 1360, 1363, 1392 

Ray, Jacob T., 819 

Ray, Richard, churchmaster, (1751) 
2101, 3212, 3528, 3556, 3725, 3830 

Reyeiux, Thomas, 1699 

Raymond, Eliakim, 4232 

Read, Mr, (1762) 3816 

Read, Robert, 1846, 1850 

Reade, John, 2026 

Reade, Joseph, 2927, 2997, 3017, 3508, 
3544, 3911, 4179 

Reade, Lawrence, 1134, 1149 

Reade, Mrs Mary, 2917; marries Rev. 
VVm. Vesey (1698) 

Reade, Thomas, 461 

Reade. ^See also Reed, Reid 

Readers (Voorlezers) , 755, 783. 788, 
2752 

Readers, on ships of war, 281 

Reading, John, 2742 

Readington (North Branch), N. J., 
2544, 2618, 2640, 2656, 2665-66, 
3175-76, 3202, 3382-84, 3711, 3719, 
3722; one of the churches under 
the general name of the Raritan 
church, 3929, 4036, 4101-2, 4144, 
4243, 4246, 4248, (1784) 4318, 
(1800) 4390 

Reapieti, see Ruparty 

" Reasonable Service," by Brakel, 3047 

Rebaptism, 504-5, 513, 514 

Rebecca, an Indian woman, 1327-28 

Reburial of Leisler and Milbourne, 
1302 

Recantation of Indian testimony 
against Dellius, 1318-19 

Recess of religion, in the Palatinate, 
(1705) 1602 

Recife (Recyst), Brazil, 170; English, 
French and German ministers 
needed, 219, 223, 243, 245, 264 

" Recognized relation," a legal term, 
4070 

Record book of the Church of New 
Amsterdam, (1642) 150 

Record book, .special, for a copy of 
all acts of the classis respecting 
colonial churches, (1636) 91, 128. 
See also 18-24 



Records of baptisms, (1619) 4224 

*• Rector Magnificus Perpetuus," 
4124, 4129 

Rector of Trinity Church, 1143-51 

Recyst, Brazil, see Recife, Brazil 

Redemptioners, 893 

Redemption-money, to ransom Jacob 
Leisler and others from Turkish 
pirates, (1678) 996, 1061; not be- 
ing needed for this purpose, Gov- 
ernor Andros proposes that it 
should be used to build a new 
Dutch church, (1680) 996; the 
money finally confiscated by Leisler 
during his rebellion, (1690) 996; 
another sum to ransom a son of 
Warner Wessells from Turkish 
captivity in Morocco, (1693) 1061- 
65; entrusted to consistory of the 
Dutch church, 1062, 1216; may be 
devoted to other pious uses, 1061- 
65; amount raised £374, 12s ; not 
used, 1064; Trinity Church peti- 
tions for it, (1097) 1187; the peti- 
tion, 1216-17; the captives de- 
livered through diplomacy; infor- 
mation given, (1700) 1340, 1572- 
73 ; Mr Jamieson, Trinity's coun- 
selor, 1519; third application for 
the money, granted, 15.52, 1575 

Red Hook, N. Y., 4076, 4102. 4109, 
4132-33, 4135, 4166, 4248, (1784) 
4318, 4383 

Red sea, 1125 

Reed, Dr, 966 

Reenen, see Rhenen 

Rees, Andries, 557 

Reeve, James, 1929 

Reformation, The, 35; Selanis's His- 
tory of, 168, 423 

Reformed church rights, in the Palat- 
inate, (1705) 1603 

Reformed churches estate holding bill, 
rejected by governor and Council, 
(1769) 4150 

Reformed Dutch church (colonial), 
reasons for its decline, by William 
Livingston, (1754) 3459-60; has 
neither classis, nor synod, nor col- 
lege, 3649; a nursery for all other 
denominations while without an 



304 



THE UNIVEKSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Reformed Dutch church (continued) 
English-speaking minister, (1763) 
3649, 3854 

Reformed Dutch church of North 
America, [independent of Holland], 
(1771-1800), articles of union be- 
tween the coetus and conferentie 
adopted, (Oct. 1771) 4210-27; 
approved by the Consistory of New 
York, which hopes for their ratifi- 
cation by the classis, 4227-28; ap- 
proved by the classis, (Jan. 1772) 
4234; letter of classis to the con- 
Tention, (Jan. 14, 1772) 4235-36; 
call for a second convention, (Apr. 
1772) 4240-41; the convention, sub- 
scription to the union by almost all, 
4242-48; the union consummated, 
asks prayers of classis, 4249; ar- 
rangements for general and parti- 
cular meetings, 4252-54; the gen- 
eral meeting writes to classis, 4254, 
4258; classis sends congratulations, 
4258-59; a second letter to the 
classis, 4263, 4264; the meeting 
treats of the professorship, receives 
a proposition from Queens College, 
4267-70, 4274-75; a professor 
sought for, (1774) 4276-81; cor- 
respondence with Holland languish- 
ing owing to the cloud of war, 4288, 
4301-2; disastrous effects of the 
war, 4303-4, 4307-11; all state- 
church ideas destroyed by the 
Revolution, discussion as to the 
professorship, (1783) 4312-14; 
trustees for the churches, (1784) 
4316; repeal of all sectarian legis- 
lation, (1784) 4316; state of the 
Dutch churches at the close of the 
war, 4316-20; acts of general meet- 
ing, (Oct. 1784) 4321-23; writes 
to classis, 4323-25; Rev. Dr John 
H. Livingston elected professor of 
theology and president of Queens 
College, 4322-23, 4327, 4331; con- 
sistorial trusteeship in Dutch 
churches, (1786) 4337-41; corre- 
spondence opened with the Scotch 
and Presbyterian churches, 4338- 



Reformed Dutch church of North 
America {contijiued) 
39, 4342; form of a call, special act 
for incorporation of Dutch churches 
(1787) 4343; the professorship and 
Queens College, English Psalmody, 
4344-45; the standards and liturgy 
to be translated, with the church 
order, (1788) 4347-48; synod pre- 
sents an address to President Wash- 
ington, the title " Synod " assumed, 
and the name changed from " Re- 
formed Dutch Church of New York 
and New Jersey " to that of " Re- 
formed Dutch Church of North 
America," (1789) 4351-52; form 
of calls, Queens College, petition to 
Congress about printing Bibles, 
explanatory articles to be added to 
the church order, a convention to 
be called to act on the constitu- 
tion, (Oct. 1790) 4354-59; the old 
charters, rules of church govern- 
ment to be adopted to American 
conditions, 4359-63 ; explanatory 
articles, day of fasting and prayer, 
translation of standards and 
liturgy, an Americanized constitu- 
tion adopted, a general synod and 
a particular synod, (1792) 4363- 
67; the particular synod to cor- 
respond with Holland, 4372-91; 
new classification of the classes and 
churches and constitution of two 
particular synods, list of Dutch 
churches and ministers, (1800) 
4380-91; article in the minutes of 
Classis of Amsterdam relating to 
correspondence with America, 
dropped, (1810) 4392-93. See also 
Church Order, Constitution, Gen- 
eral Assembly, General Synod 
Reformed Dutch Theological Semin- 
ary, (1783) 4312-14. See also 
Professorship 
Reformed religion, the, all ministers 
to the colonies to have special calls 
(according to the order of the 
Reformed church and subscribing 
to its confession), (1628) 74; the 



ECCLESIASTICAI, RECORDS 



305 



Reformed religion (continued) 

patroons to support [Reformed] 
ministers, (1629) 75, 78-80; com- 
forters of the sick and school- 
masters must also subscribe the 
confession of the Reformed church, 
(1630) 80, 89, 91, 93, 94, (1638) 
120, (1640) 130, (1642) 147; only 
the pure Reformed religion to be 
taught, (in Stuyvesant's instruc- 
tions), (1647) 224; the Lutheran, 
public worship not permitted 
(1652), see Lutherans; no other 
religion than the Reformed has, so 
far, been allowed, (1653) 317-18, 
(1661) 515; Classis of Amsterdam 
resolves to allow the public exer- 
cise of no other form of religion, 
(1654) 322; the- West India Com- 
pany takes same resolution, 324; 
Stuyvesant forbids all conventicles, 
(1656) 343; from the beginning the 
company established the rule that 
only the Reformed religion should 
be publicly exercised, (1660) 470; 
judges to be only of the Reformed 
religion, (1661) 503; the Dutch 
Reformed church shall enjoy lib- 
erty of conscience in divine wor- 
ship and church discipline (terms 
at the surrender), (1664) 558, see 
Duke's Laws (1665); freedom of 
conscience allowed to all by the 
Dutch at their reconquest of New 
Netherland, but the Reformed 
church, the established church, and 
all magistrates must be of the Re- 
formed religion, (1673) 630-33, 
636-37, 640; the terms of 1664 
again granted to the Dutch Re- 
formed church at the retransfer to 
the English, (1674) 662, 669, 670; 
other sects tolerated, 664; develop- 
ment of a great variety of reli- 
gions, (1678) 709; suggestions, 
(1681) 778-79; many sects, (1687) 
879, 880, 1019, 1027, 1082-83 

Refutation of the " Complaint " de- 
termined on by Frelinghuysen, 
2405; classis urges him not to pub- 
lish it, 2414^15, 2416 



Regeneration, 2745 

Regicides, the, 170 

Register book or index to the acts of 
the Synod of North Holland, 403 

Regnier (Regner, Rcnier), Mr, 1851, 
1903, 1913, 1920 

Regulation of the colonial churches, 
see Church order 

Rehoboth, Md., 878 

Reid, John, 2231 

Reid, Joseph, 2231 

Reid. See also Reade 

Reider, Justice, 3102 

Reiff (Reyf, Ryf), Elder, 2530, 2560, 
2597, 2605, 2613, 2674, 2676, 2718, 
2734-35, 3123; money taken, re- 
stored, 3370 

Reifsnyder, Sebastian, 2437 

Reissa, Brazil, 42 [Probably an error 
for Recife, Brazil] 

Eeith, George, (1656) 365 

Reitsma (Ritzema, Rytsma, Rysma), 
Tiberius, at Amsterdam, 2497-98, 
2506, 2535, 2545, 2547, 2554, 2581, 
2583, 25S9, 2737, 2743, 2766, 2799, 
2809, 3756 

Reitzema, Rev. H., 2871 

Reitzema (Reitsma). See also 
Reytsma, Ritzema 

Rekommatie [Recommendatie?], 3958 

Relandt (Reland), Rev. Johannes, 
at Amsterdam, 899; died [1703] 
1578 

Religion in New Netherland, see Re- 
formed religion 

Religion, sceptical remark concern- 
ing, 1516; decline of, (1800) 4384- 
87 

Religious freedom, 1142 

Religious liberty in the Palatinate, 
1600-6, 1674-79 

Reming, Johannes, 3901 

Remmey, Johannes, 3982, 3999, 4240 

Remonstrance of Jean Baptist Van 
Rensselaer to Stuyvesant, respect- 
ing tithes in liis manor, (1656) 353 

Remonstrance of the citizens of New 
Amsterdam against Stuyvesant's 
refusal to surrender, (1664) 555- 
57, 561 



306 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Remonstrance, of the classis to the 
West India Company for neglect of 
the church in the West Indies, 
(1646) 203, (1647), 219-26 

Remonstrance of the " Dutch Party " 
to English preaching, (1767) 4094; 
reply of consistory, 4099, 4104-8 

Remonstrance of the government of 
New Amsterdam to Stuyvesant, 
(Dec. 11, 1653) 318 

Remonstrance of the inhabitants of 
Flushing against Stuyvesant's per- 
secution of Quakers, (1657) 412-14 

Remonstrance, of the people of New 
Netherland to the States-General 
upon the mismanagement of the 
West India Company, (1649) 254- 
60; digest of the same, 266; an- 
swer of the company, 267-69, 275, 
278, 284-86 

Remonstrance of the West India Com- 
pany to the States-General on the 
loss of New Netherland, (1664) 
565-67 

Remonstrants, the, (1619-1777) 4396 

Remse, Anna, 702 

Remse, Isaac, (1711) 1885-86 

Remse, Isaac, (1752) 3306 

Remsen, Mr, 4249 

Remsen, Daniel, 1848 

Remsen, Dirck, 3620, 4101 

Remsen, Femmetje, 703 

Remsen, Jacob, 3074, 3080, 3176-78, 
3188, 3190, 3331, 3420, 3473 

Remsen, Jeremiah, 1198, 1990, 2782- 
84, 2788-89, 2804-5, 2894, 2899, 
3178, 3187, 3437, 3662, 3733 

Remsen, Jeronimus, 1713, 1723, 1797- 
98, 1806, 2600, 2624, 3023-24, 3042 

Remsen, Joris, 703, 3542, 3619 

Remsen, Peter, 4135 

Remsen, Rem, 1198, 1885, 2804-5, 
3074, 3080, 3331, 3437, 3726, 3925- 
26, 4011-12, 4028 

Remsen's Bush (Florida), N. Y., 
4383, 4389 

Remtse, Johannes, 2774 

Bend, John, 4173 

Reneau, Andrew, 1751 

Renenstock, Job, 2437 



Rensius, Rev. Nicholas, secretary of 
the Classis of Alckmaer, (1650) 
274 

Rensselaer (Rentselaer), see Van 
Rensselaer 

Rensselaer, Classis of, (1880) 4382 

Rensselaer, J. W., 1844 [Apparently 
an error for J. V[an] Rensselaer] 

Rensselaer Manor, 2154, 2169 

Rensselaerwyck, see Albany 

Rents, 1164, 1167, 1297 

Repatriate, 1287, 3109 

Repertorium ( or digest ) , of the acts 
of the Synod of North Holland, 
908-15, 4396 

Reply to the citations of the church 
of Raritan, 2244 

Reporti, see Ruparty 

Representation of condition of the 
Anglican church by Rev. Jacob 
Henderson, 1950-52 ; by the friends 
of Governor Hunter, (1714) 2014- 
19 

Republics of Holland and England, 
311; peace between them, 327 

Res judicata, 3893, 3979 

Responsive readings in Holland, 77, 
119, 130. See also English cere- 
monies 

Restoration of monarchy in England, 
(1660) 170 

Revealed religion, 4323 

Revenue of New Amsterdam, to help 
support the church, (1653) 318 

Reverdye, Peter, writes to bishop of 
London, (1689) 982-83 

Revivals, (1732-42) 2565, 2745 

Revolution, English, (1688) 1013, 
1131-32, 1777; American, (1776- 
83) 4289-4300; barbarities com- 
mitted, (1778) 4303-4, 4323-24, 
4356 

Reyder, Alphen, 2745 

Reyder, Juriaen, 2887 

Reyersen, Adrian, 1198 

Reyersen, Gerrit, 1004, 1018 

Reyersen, Jacob, 2739 

Reyersz, Cornelis, 2270, 2745, 2780- 
81, 2888-90, 2895 

Reynolds, Tho[ma]8, 1883 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



307 



Reynoutss, Eejmout, 557 

Reytsma, Toeko, 3694 

Reytsma. See also Reitsma, Reit- 
zema, Ritzema 

Rheinbeck, N. Y. (German), 2123, 
2935-3S, 2957, 3043, 3060, 3119, 
3251, 3294, (17S4), 431S 

Rheinfels, Germany, 1675 

Rhenen (Reenen), Holland, 617, 730 

Rhenish wine, 1782 

Rhine, the, (1705) 1600 

Rhinebeck (The Flats), N. Y., 3217, 
3302, 3327, 3562-63, 3644; Rev. 
Cock called, (1762) 3830-32, 3882, 
3943, 3952, 3954-56, 3959, 4035, 
4068, 4076, 4101-2, 4109, 4154, 
4165-66, (1784) 4318; Rev. Kuy- 
pers called, 4132-33, 4135, allu- 
sions, 43S3, (1800) 4388 

Rhode Island, the Doughty colony 
stops in, 285 ; a cobbler from, 
preaches at Flushing. (1657) 397, 
426; first Quakers who come to 
New York, go to, 400, 409, 410, 433. 
444, 447, 709; allusions, 1037, 1097, 
1222, 1512, 1744, 2015 

Rhodes, John, 498 

Rhoon, Holland, 70 

Rhymed Psalms, (1761) 3822 

Rhynfeltz, see Rheinfels 

Rhynsdyck, Rev. Henricus, 706, 975 

Ribbely, Mr, 3217 

Ribbers, Rev., 3260 

Rice, George, 3935, 3942 

Rice, Owen, 3161 

Richard I, 3429 

Richard-Joseph, a ship, 1731, 1840 

Richard (Richards), Paulus, (1664) 
557, 643, 965, 971, 973 

Richard, Philip, 933 

Richards, Paul, (1726) 2100, 2377, 
2488; an elder, 2761-63, 3124, 3396, 
3495-96, 3500, 3508, 3518, 3543-44 

Richards, Samuel, 2123 

Richardson, Francis, 933 

Richelieu river, 316 

Richmond, England, 509 

Richmond, a ship, 1227, 1245, 1286 

Richmond county, S. I., 1076-79; cen- 
sus, (1698) 1264, (1703) 1954, 



Richmond county, S. I. {continued) 
(1712) 2196-97. See also Staten 
Island 

Ridder, Evert, see De Ridder, Evert 

Ridge, Anne, 508-9 

Ridge, Thomas, 508 

Rieger, Bartholomew, 2833 

Rieger, Rev. John B., 2665, 2696, 
2718, 2812, 2842, 2845, 2849, 2878, 
2902-3, 2909, 2919 

Rieger, N"., student at Lej'den, (1743) 
2823 

Riemenschneider, Johann Heinrich, 
3162 

Riflarius, Rev., in Brazil, 42 

Riggs, Colonel [John], rector Vesey 
writes to, 1810-11 

Riggs, Mrs, 2024 

Rights of the Dutch church. (1706) 
1637-38, 1689, 1699, 1702. See also 
Liberties of the church 

Rights of the king's subjects, 1015- 
16, IISO 

Riker, L., 3413 

Ringland, John C, 4040 

Ringo (Pingo), Albartus, 1261, 1347, 
1357, 1366 

Ringseed, Ireland, 1728, 1736 

Ripse, Claes, 1018 

Ristman, Professor, 3973 

Risuerus, Professor, 3406 

Ritsers, Paulus, 2865 (evidently 
meant for Paulus Richards) 

Ritzema, Rev. John, allusions, 2748, 
2750; called to New York, (1744), 
examined and ordained, 2848-49; 
his arrival and pleasant reception, 
2866-69; writes to classis, (June 
1746), 2913-16, 2979-81; allusions, 
2941, 2956-57; favors the coetus, 
2958-59; allusions, 2963, 2969, 
2971-72, 2974, 2996, 2998-3000, 
3001-2, 3004, 3012, 3024-25, 3033- 
34, 3038, 3042, 3043, 3051-53, 3055; 
classis writes to him, (May 5, 
1749) 3060-61; allusions, 3064, 
3071, 3072, 3075, 3080, 3087, 3089, 
3091-93, 3098-99, 3100, 3102, 3105, 
3108, 3110, 3113, 3114, 3123, 3128- 
30, 3132-35, 3137-38, 3144, 3146, 



308 



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Ritzema, Eev. John (continued) 
3148, 3151, 3159, 3160, 3168, 3174; 
made extraordinary clerk of coetus, 
(1751) 3179, 3180-81, 3184, 3186, 
3187, 3190, 3193-95; writes to clas- 
sis, (Nov, 1751) 3201-2; allusions, 
3203, 3211-15, 3220, 3222-24, 3226; 
classis writes to him, (1752) 3233- 
35, 3242-44, 3262, 3264-65, 3281- 
82, 3287, 3288, 3291, 3302, 3308, 
3335-36, 3357-58, 3373, 3376, 
3396, 3413-17, 3421, 3441-42, 3454- 
56, 3462, 3465, 3471, 3475, 3479, 
3485, 3490-95, 3500-2; a letter 
forged in Ritzema's name, (Dec. 

1754) 3526-27, 3567; letters 
signed by, 3529, 3532, 3536; 
personal petition of Ritzema to 
the governor and Council for 
a professorship of divinity for the 
Dutch in Kings College, (May 7, 

1755) 3542-45; allusion, 3546; re- 
fuses to give up the minute book 
to an irregularly called meeting of 
the coetus, (May 27-30, 1755) 
3548-51; the additional charter se- 
cured by Ritzema for a divinity 
professorship in Kings College, 
(May 30, 1755) 3554-56; allusions, 
3559-60, 3565-68; consistory cen- 
sures Ritzema for getting a char- 
ter for a divinity professorship 
without their consent, and his re- 
ply, (Aug. 11, 1755) 3574-77; 
Ritzema, a member of the confer- 
entie, their letter to the classis, 
(Sept. 3, 1755) 3582-85, 3589-90; 
allusions, 3593, 3596-3604; writes 
to classis in opposition to Rev. 
Theodore Frelinghuysen'a plan of 
an American Classis, (Oct. 13, 
1755), 3605-7; allusions, 3608-10, 
3614-18, 3621, 3624, 3633, 3637, 
3639-40, 3642; classis writes to 
Ritzema, etc., (Jan. 13, 1756) 
3644-47; allusions, 3650, 3652-54, 
3662-67, 3675-76, 3679-80; writes 
to the Synod of North Holland, 

(Dec. 6, 1756) 3684-85; allusions, 
3700, 3703-4, 3707; writes to clas- 
sis, (June 16, 1758) 3713-15, 3724- 



Ritzema, Rev. John {continued) 
25, 3727, 3729, 3737-38, 3747, 3748, 
3751, 3755, 3757; allusions, (1761) 
3801, 3803, 3804, 3807, 3808; 
signs conferentie letter to classis, 
(1761), 3811-12, 3818, 3820-21, 
3829; his pamphlet in answer to 
Leydt, 3823-24, 3826, 3831; report 
on his pamphlet, 3831-32; signs 
conferentie letter to classis, (1762) 
3836-38, 3842-51, 3853, 3856-59, 
3862, 3865, 3867, 3870; makes com- 
plaint, 3870-71, 3873; report on his 
complaint, 3875-76; classis writes 
to, (Oct. 3, 1763) 3897-98; allu- 
sions, 3882-86, 3892-93, 3895, 
3900-1, 3903, 3914-17, 3921-33; 
with DeRonde, writes to Consistory 
of Kingston, concerning Domine 
Meyer, (1764) 3930 (see Meyer, 
Hermanns), 3934, 3936, 3942-49; 
writes to classis, (May 12, 1764) 
3947; writes to Rev. W. Budd, 
3948, 3957, 3959, 3967, 3970-74; 
writes an address to the American 
Dutch church, with extracts from 
classical and synodical letters con- 
demning the coetus, (Feb. 28, 1765) 
3976-83, 3990-91, 4001, 4110-18; 
writes to classis on Laidlie's non- 
subordination, 4005-9, 4018; allu- 
sion, 4022-24; writes to Consistory 
of Kingston, 4025, 4028-30, 4032; 
writes to classis, (Feb. 5, 1766) 
4036-38; allusions, 4042-45, 4049, 
4055, 4057-60, 4061-62, 4065-66, 
4068-69, 4075, 4077, 4082-83, 4088- 
89, 4100-3, 4106, 4108, 4110-11, 
4135-36, 4140-46, 4149, 4152; his 
account of the eflfort for a confer- 
ence for union, (1769) 4155-60, 
4162-63, 4165, 4168-69, 4171, 4181, 
4184-85, 4187, 4190, 4194-95, 4197- 
99, 4200-1, (1771), 4205, 4229, 
4238; classis declines to answer his 
last letter, (1772) 4240, 4243, 
4245, 4247, 4253, 4259-60, 4264, 
4267, 4272, 4281-84; made emeritus 
by his consistory, (1784) 4317; 
writes to classis of his treatment 



ECCLESIASTICAL KEC0KD3 



300 



Ritzema, Rev. John (continued) 
after the Revolution (1785), 4332- 
36, 4344« 

Ritzema, Rudolphus, 3713; natural- 
ized, (1766) 4060 

Ritzema. See also Reitsma, Reitze- 
ma, Reytsma 

River Indians, 1382-83 

Robert (or Rupert), son of Frederick 
V, 1821 

Roberts, John, (1661) 509 

Roberts, John, (1766) 4067 

Roberts, Thomas, 464 

Roberts, Zechariah, 1587-88 

Robertson, General [James], (1776) 
4291 

Robesen, Thomas, tax collector, 
(1719) 2128 

Robie, Charles, 4172 

Robinson, B., 1883 

Robinson, Beverly, 3986 

Robinson, Colonel, 3243 

Robinson, Isaiah, 4074 

Robinson, Joseph, 2928-29, 3017, 
3508, 3544 

Robinson, Samuel, 4090-91 

Robinson, Simon, 4209 

Robinson, Thomas, 4096 

Rochefort, Rev. Charles D., in Cu- 
racao, 280 

Rochelle, France, 354, 530, 533. See 
also New Rochelle 

Rochester, Earl of, 897 

Rochester, Lawrence [Hyde, Ist], earl 
of, 1787 

Rochester, Thomas, lord bishop of, 
1787 

Rochester, Ulster county, N. Y., 2811, 
3012, 3119, 3255, 3264, 3267, 3437, 
3445-46, 3561-63, 3598, 3620-21, 
3655, 3709, 3746; petitions for a 
charter, 4074-75, 4211, 4243, 4246, 
4248, (1784) 4318, 4383, (1800) 
■ 4388 

Rockland county, N". Y., 1245 

Rodd, Thomas, 1097, 1133 



Rodenburg (Rotenburg), Lucas, Gov- 
ernor of Curaoao, 280 

Roderen, Rev. David, at Amsterdam, 
270 

Rodert, Daniel, 3473 

Rodgers, Rev. Dr John, pastor of 
Presbyterian Wall street church, 
(1766) 4046-48, 4081, 4084; in 
behalf of the Presbyterian church, 
writes to the Synod of North Hol- 
land about union of the Dutch and 
Presbyterian churches, (1770) 4182 

Rodman, Dr John, 2622 

Rodsio lake, see Corlaer's lake 

Roe, David, 4232 

Roe, Nathaniel, 2141 

Roelandsen (Rolands), Adam, the 
first schoolmaster at Manhattan, 
84, 122, 143 

Roelandus, (Rolandius), Rev. 

[Jacobus], died, (1632) 83 

Roelant, Rev., 909 [Typographical 
error for Relandt, see p. 899] 

Roell, Rev. Herman Alexander, pro- 
fessor, 1578, 2362, 2389, 2476, 2536, 
2546, 2765, 2880, 2894, 3059, 3086, 
3263, 3298, 3410, 3686, 3805, 3810, 
3833, 3868, 3936, 3998, 4163, 4182 

RoeloflF, Abraham, 381, 439 

RoeloflF Jansen's kill, 1517, 2218 

RoeloflFsen, Catrina, 217 

Roeloffsen, Fytje, 217 

Roeloffsen, Jan, 217 

Roeloffsen, Martin, 3632 

Roeloffsen, Peter, 366 

Roeloffsen, Sarah, 217& 

Roelofsen, .Jacob Boelen, 3445-53 

Roelofszen (Roeloff, Roelofse), Boele, 
557, 608, 611, 800, 805, 842, 873, 
1110, 1120, 1202-3, 1212, 1264, 
1273, 1277, 1282, 1325, 1357, 1460 

Roelfszen, Helraick, 1199 

Rogeo, the rock, 3107 

Rogerin, Abraham, 221 

Rogerius, Rev. John, 242 

Rogers, Rev. Ammi, Anglican, 
Schenectady, (1791—), 3813 



o Many of these references are mere signatures to papers. 

h These Roeloffsens on page 217 are the children of Anneke Jans and Roelofl 
Jansen, her first husband. See Bogardus, Everardus. 



310 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Rogge, Dr [H. C], classified the 
papers in the archives of the 
Classis of Amsterdam about 1880, 
22 

Roggen, Francis Peter, 3958, 4040 

Roland, Father, 3969 

Roland, Rev., 1173, 1188, 1959 

Roland, an English boy captured by 
Indians, 1411 

Rolandius, Rev., see Roelandus, Rev. 
Jacobus 

Rolands, see Roelandsen 

Rollerd [?], Holland, 875 

Roman Antichrist, 3209-10 

Roman Catholicism (Roman Catholic 
church, Romanism), 879, 904-5, 
939, 941, 947, 987, 1012-13, 1016, 
1019, 1167, 1307, 1322, 1367-70; 
missionaries among the Indians, 
1441, see Indians, Jesuits; plans 
for the introduction of the Roman 
church into New York, (1683) 865; 
papists not included under " liberty 
of conscience," (1691) 1012-13, 
1016; priests excluded from New 
York by law, (1701-1800) 1449-52, 
1466; Catholic processions in the 
Palatinate need not be recognized 
by Protestants, (1705) 1601-2; 
Catholic churches in the Palatinate 
free in all respects, (1705) 1600-6; 
Catholic holidays need not be 
observed by Protestants in the 
Palatinate, (1705) 1601; Catholics 
versus Protestants in the Palat- 
inate, 1606, 1674-79, 3958 
Rombouts, Francois, subscribes ten 
beavers toward minister's salary, 
(1666) 586; a schepen, 631; 
assessed at 5000 guilders, (1674) 
642, 890 
Rome, H., 4352 
Rome. See also Rocme 
Romeyn, Daniel, 3132 
Romeyn, Rev. Dirck (Theodoric), 
pastor in Ulster county, petitions 
for a charter, (1706) 4074-75, 4211, 
4243, 4246, 4270, 4281; settles at 
Hackensack, (1778) 4303, 4306-7, 
4315, (1784) 4318, 4331, 4338, 4341, 
4345, 4348, 4355, 4357, 4359, 4362, 



Romeyn, Rev. Dirck {continued) 
4365; lector in theology, (1792) 
4366; professor of theology, (1797) 
4376, 4382, (1800) 4388 
Romeyn, Isaac, elder at Fishkill, 
(1755) 3598-99. See also Romine, 
Isaac 
Romeyn, Rev. James V. C, 4248, 

(1800) 4391 
Romeyn, Rev. Jeremiah, 4248, (1800) 

4388 
Romeyn, Rev. John B., (1800) 4388 

Romeyn (Romyn), Symon Janss, 556, 
586, 643 

Romeyn (Romein), Rev. Thomas, 
allusions, 3012, 3088, 3114; called 
to churches of Oyster Bay and 
Jamaica, (Nov. 27, 1752) 3304-6, 
3336, 3351-52, 3373; allusions, 
3385-87, 3389, 3397-99; examined 
and ordained, (1753) 3409-12; 
allusions, 3419, 3421, 3423, 3436, 
3438-39, 3442, 3461-64, 3468-70 
3472, 3475-76, 3491-92, 3494, 3500, 
3527, 3538-39; favors an American 
Classis, (1755) 3547-49, 3552; 
allusions, 3565, 3572, 3578-79, 3597, 
3600-3, 3606, 3654, 3726, 3736 

Romine, Isaac, of Poughkeepsie, 
(1789) 4353 

Romish baptism, 2700 

Romish Church in Maryland, (1677) 
694 

Romish power, the, 3994 

Romish priests, act against, (1700) 
1368-70, 1392. See also Jesuits 

Romme (Roome), Luke, 3212, 3500, 
3830, 3990, 4136, 4163 

Roome, Widow, 2477 

Roome, Henry, 2101 

Roome, Jacob, 3881 

Roome, Peter, 3926 

Roome. See also Rome 

Roone, an Indian termination to 
words, meaning "men," 1379 

Roorback (Roreback), Johannes, 
3881, 3999 

Roosa, Alaerdt Heymansen, 501, 
697-98 

Roosa, Arien Albertson, 684 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECOKDS 



311 



Roose, G., 2489 

Roose, Heyman Albertson, 684 

Roose, John Albertson, 684 

Roose (Roosa). See also Rose 
(Rosa) 

Rooseboom, William, churchmaster, 
(1720) 210O, 2309, 2378, 2449, 
2489, 3S29 

Roosenboom, Mr, 659, 660, 738 

Roosevelt, Cornelis, (1763) 2101 

Roosevelt. Isaac, churchmaster, 
(1754) 2101, 3667, 3677, 3S30, 3853, 
3869, 3900, 3909, 3912, 3921, 3931, 
3933-34, 4074, 4076, 4080, 4088, 
4090, 4093, 4100, 4136, 4172, 4199, 
4200, 4202, 4209, 4211-12, 4238, 
4243, 4245, 4249, 4252 

Roosevelt, Jacobus, churchmaster, 
(1724) 2100,2357; deacon, (1727) 
2378, 2390, 2440, 2449, 2489 ; elder, 
(1738) 2700, 2865, 2868, 3012, 
3124, 3167, (1751) 3186, 3212, 
3417, (1756) 3667, 3677, (1762) 
3817, 3830 

Roosevelt, Jacobus, jr, (Jacob's son), 
churchmaster, (1759) 2101; deacon, 
(1763) 3873,3900-1; elder, (1764) 
3912, 3922, 3925-25, 3931, 3934, 
(1765) 4018, 4082, 4136, 4139, 
4151, 4167, 4170-72, 4265, 4267; 
loans £1600 to Collegiate Church, 
(1775) 4284; on committee, 
(1789) 4352 

Roosevelt, Jacobus, (John's son), 
deacon, (1769) 4163, 4171 

Roosevelt (Rozevelt), John (Jan), 
churchmaster, (1719) 2100, 2378, 
2477, 2600, 2624 ,2677, 2754, 2761- 
62, 2769, 2961, 2969; allusion, 4163 

Roosevelt, Nicholas, (1676) 684, 
(1690) 1006 

Roosevelt, Nicholas, elder, 1482-83, 
2081; churchmaster, 2101; allu- 
sions, 2377, 2390, 2488, 3212, 3500, 
3830 

Roozevelt, see Roosevelt 

Rosa, Benjamin, 4033 

Rosa, Egbert, 4033 

Rosa, Heiman, 4033 

Rosa, Isaac, 4033 



Rosa, Nicholas, 3145 

Rosa, Petrus, 4033 

Rose, Frederic, 1728 

Rose, Peter, 2122, 2143, 2145 

Rose, a ship, 1000 

Roseboom, Captain Johannes, 2052, 

2096, 2148-52, 2156,2158 
Roseboom, John, 4243 
Roseboom, Myndert, 2148-52, 2157, 

2158, 2186 
Rosendale, N. Y., 3562, 4314 
Rosenkrantz (Roosekrans) , Rev. 

Abraham, 3245, 3266, 3285, 3724; 

first German Reformed minister in 

New York City, (1760) 3754, 3758, 

(1761) 3811,4037-38,4155, (1784) 

4319 
Rosie, Jan, 1306 
Ross, Gerrit, (17291 2101 
Rossenrade, Alexander, 128 
Rossenrade, Arent, 128 
Rossler, J. P., 2931 
Rostok, Germany, 3809 
Rotenburg, Lucas, see Rodenburg, 

Lucas 
Rothenbuhler (Rothenbergler), Rev. 

Frederick, (1762) 3882,4038 
Rotterdam, Holland, 48, 70, 71, 72, 

170, 530; history of Scottish church 

in, 186; allusions, 1730, 1736, 1838- 

39, 2462, 2554; Classis of, 2752, 

2755 
Rou, Rev. Louis, minister of the 

French church in New York, 2023, 

2229, 2236-41, 2292, 2294-2300, 

2303 
Roubault, Rev. Jean B., (1761) 3813 
Roudax, an Indian, 1381 
Rouk (Row), Christian, a Moravian 

teacher among the Indians, 2852-53 
Rousston (Ruston), Bartholomew, a 

sailor, held as prisoner at Salec, 

1063, 1217, 1340, 1573 
Rowland, Rev. John, Presbyterian, 

(1740) 2746 
Rowland, Rev. John H., rector on 

Staten Island, (1784) 4325 
Roy, Henry, 4018 
Roy, Jacob L., 4018 
Royalists, (1776) 4290 



312 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Koylandius, Rev., secretary of the 
Classis of Hoorn, (1652) 305 

Rubel (Rubell, Eubels), Rev. Johan- 
nes Casparus, 3345-46, 3350, 3370; 
called to Rhinebeck and the Camp, 
3565, 3644, 3724; called to Kings 
county, 3732, 3757, 3811, 3823-24 
3836, 3843, 3858, 3884, 3925-26, 
3980, 4011-12, 4028, 4088, 4101-2, 
4211, 4243, 4245, 4254, 4264, 4270, 
4281; deposed, (1784) 4334-35, 
(1786) 4341-42, 4344 

Rudolphus, Rev. Dr, 136 

Ruebler, Hans Martin, 3055-56 

Ruileus, Rev. Hendric, at Amsterdam, 
(1657) 401 [Probably the same 
as Rev. Henry Rutelius] 

Ruke, Hendrick, churchmaster, 
(1740) 2101 

Rulaeus, Rev, Johannes, 472 

Rulaeus (Rulius), Rudolphus, 698, 
768, 788-89, 805, 807-8, 810-11, 
817, 827, 841, 845, 975 

Rules of order, 3987 

Rulitius (Rulitus), Rev. Johannes, at 
Amsterdam, 273, 297, 299, 303, 583 

Rumney, Jona, 1850 

Runey, Rev., 2591 

Runnel, Rev., 3917-18 

Ruparty (Reapieti, Reporti, Rupert), 
Rev. George Andrew, 1736, 1740-42, 
1788 

Rural deaneries, 1082 

Rusch, John, 2834 

Russel, [Edward], member of the 
Privy Council, 961 

Russell, Samuel, 2389 

Russia, 19, 102 

Rustdorp, N. Y., 496-98, 526, 633, 647 

Ruston, see Rousston 

Rutan, A., 1520 

Rutelius, Rev. Henry, at Amsterdam, 
(1646) 201-2. See also Ruileus, 
Rev. Hendric 

Rutgers, Captain Anthony, 2378, 
2390, 2440, 2488, 2575 ; elder, 2700- 
1, 2708, 2819, 3641, 3968, 4180 

Rutgers, Hermanns, churchmaster, 
(1725) 2100, 2101, 2149, 2154, 
2375, 2377, 2449, 2489, 2575 



Rutgers, Petrus, 2101 

Rutgers College, 31. See also Queens 
College 

Rutherford, Walter, 3986 

Rutsen, John, 2143 

Rutten (Rutters), kill, at Albany, 
2149, 2154, 2488 

Rya (Rio), de la Plata, 1788-90 

Ryckman, Albert, 857, 859, 1197, 1306, 
1308, 1317, 1326, 1337, 1342, 1365 

Ryckman, Herman, 1306 

Ryckman, Jacobus, 4242 

Ryckman, Tobias, 2671 

Ryder, Bemardus, 3187, 3235, 3925, 
4085 

Ryder, Mary, 500 

Ryder, Sir Dudley, attorney general, 
3429 

Rye, Westchester county, N. Y., 1077; 
Rev. Thomas Pritchard, rector at, 
(1704) 1554, 1584, 1587; allusions, 
1611, 1612; Rev. George Muirson 
at, 1612; an Anglican church built, 
(1708) 1695; Rev. Christopher 
Bridge at, (1709) 1795, 1870; 
allusions, 1809, 1918, 1921, 2127, 
2139, 2190; Rev. Solomon Palmer 
at, (1754) 3502; allusions, 2357; 
the early churches of Westchester 
county, 3453, 3816; Rev. James 
Wetmore, rector, (1726-60) 3816- 
17, 3864, (1776) 4290 

Ryerson, Jacob, 2739 

Ryerson, Joris, 2466 

Ryersse, Cornelius, 3024 

Ryke, Henry, 2747 

Rynlander, Barnard, 3810 

Ryp, Holland, 34 

Rysdyck, Rev. Isaac, called to Pough- 
keepsie, etc., (1765) 3983-85; 
installed, 3989, 4000, 4005, 4007-8, 
4011-12, 4014, 4025, 4028, 4034, 
4036; writes to Rev. Meyer of 
Kingston, 4039-41, 4049; natural- 
ized, (1766) 4060, 4069-70, 4080, 
4088, 4101-2, 4109, 4144, 4154-55, 
4165, 4102, 4197, 4204, 4211, 4218, 
4226, 4243-44, 4246-47, 4249-50, 
4253-54, 4258, 4267, 4307, (1784) 
4318, 4322-23, 4348 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



313 



Rysingh, [John], Governor of the 
Swedish colony on the Delaware, 
340 

Ryssel, see Van der Capelle 

Saanredam, Holland, 73 

Saba, island of, W. I., 2702 

Sabbath, (Lord's Day, Sunday), 
Patroon Van Rensselaer requires 
Domine Schaats to enforce cessa- 
tion of labor on, (1652) 310; 
inhabitants of Oostdorp refuse to 
transact business with Stuy^^esant's 
agents on, (1656) 364-65; desecra- 
tion of, at Gravesend, (1660) 473; 
ordinance for better observance of, 
(1661) 512; not to be profaned by 
travelers, laborers or vicious per- 
sons, by the Duke's Laws, (1665) 
672; city ordinance for observance 
of, under the restored Dutch, 
regime, (1673) 632-33; acting 
Governor Brockholls exhorts Rev. 
Eliphalet Jones of Huntington to 
enforce observance of, (1682) 813; 
a bill to be drawn for the better 
observance of, (1692) 1039, 1045, 
1054; enacted, (1695) 1130; travel- 
ing on the sabbath rebuked, (1703) 
1516; not observed as well in New 
York as in New England, (1704) 
1551; in Albany, tavern keepers 
to be fined for selling liquor to 
Indians or negroes on the, (1704) 
1574; Sabbath breaking common in 
Westchester county, (1708) 1695; 
Sabbath ordinance enacted at 
Albany, (1724) 2215; another 
ordinance at Albany, (1726) 2366, 
4308, 4384 

Sabbatarians, 880 

Sabine (Sabin), Mr, 1363, 4295 

Sabriske, see Zabriskie 

Sachems (Sackiema, Sackemaker), 
58, 79; invited to the Long Island 
convention, (1665) 568 

Sackett (Sackit), Joseph, 1518, 2132, 
2376 

Sacondaga, N. Y., 4383 



Sacraments, (1619) 4220, 4223; 
administration of, 92, 93; alluded 
to in ministerial calls, (1659) 445, 
465-67; referred to in the Duke's 
Laws, (1665) 571-72; Labadists 
object to sacramental forms, 
(1674) 656; forms to be read with- 
out change or omission, 23S9, 2476, 
2536 

Sade, Mr, 1728, 1836 

Sadegarakti, an Indian chief, 1377 

Sadegojendon, an Indian, 1182 

Sael, Thomas, 226 

Saenen, East, see Oostzaan 

Saffron, 870 

Sag, L. I., 830, 1175 

Sage Library, New Brunswick, N. J., 
28, 73, 1711, 2244 

St Andrew's Church, Staten Island, 
(1776) 4290 

St Anna parish, Augsburgh, Ger- 
many, 2931 

St Ann's Church, Burlington, N. J., 
1593 

St Augustine, Brazil, 42 

St Catharine's Tower Ditch, 1785 

St Christopher, 982 

St Clare, Rev. Mr, missionary in 
Pennsylvania, 1915, 1951-53. See 
also Sinclair 

St Croix, W. I., 2778, 4263 

St Eustatius, 2723, 2952, 2992, 3106, 
3183, 3916, 3922, 4031, 4116, 4311 

St George's Chapel, New York City, 
(1752) 490-91, 1219, 3017, 3052, 
3057, 3162, 3243, 3262, (1776) 
4290; Dutch loyalists allowed to 
use, (1779) 4304-5 

St George's Church, Newburgh, N. Y., 
3220 

St George's Church, Schenectady, 
(1762) 3813 

St George's Manor, L. I., 2141 

St James's Court, England, 1824 

St James's Parish Church, London, 
2018 

St James's Park, 1437 

St John, [Henry], secretary of state, 
(1709) 1727, 1835 



314 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



St John, Island of, 3182-83, 3281, 

3289, 3296-97, 3333 
St Lawrence river, 316, 3107 
St Margaret's, Loathbury, London, 

678 
St Mark's Church, New York, (1799) 

490-91, 934 
St Martin, a ship, 84 
St Martin's island, 357, 553, (1764) 

3017-18 
St Mary's Bow, London, 1147, 1149- 

50 
St Obijn, Jan Jans [en] van, 557 
St Olaf (St Olaves) parish, Surry 

county, England, 1725, 1727, 1729, 

1732, 1754, 1833, 1835, 1837, 1840. 

See also Palatines 
St Paul de Loanda, Angola, W. A., 

223, 246-48 
St Paul's chapter house, London, 

1786-87 
St Paul's Church, London, 1813 
St Paul's Church, New York, origin 

of, (1763) 3910-11, (1776) 4290- 

91, 4298, (1784) 4325 
St Paul's churchyard, 1313 
St Peter's Church, Albany, 2677 
St Peter's Church, Westchester, N. Y., 

3453 
St Sebastian, 2768 
St Thomas, W. I., 2700, 2721, 2723, 

2732, 3053, 3136, 3182-83, 3289, 

3433, 3748 
Sajatese, an Indian, 1069 
Salary of the Dutch preachers in the 

Collegiate Church, New York, to be 

henceforth paid from the income of 

the property, (1767) 4108; the 

English preacher by special sub- 
scription, 4105-8 a 
Salee (Salle, Sallee, Salley, Sally, 

Zalee), Morocco, American captives 

in 1061-65, 1187, 1216-17, 1340. 

See also Redemption money 
Salem, Mass., 170 
Salem (New Perth), N. Y., 4228-29, 

4353, 4382, (1800) 4389 



Salisbury (Sarum), Bishop of, 
ordains Rev. Nicholas Van Rensse- 
laer, (1675) 678; receives a letter 
from Leisler, (1689) 985-90, 993 

Salisbury, Captain [Silvester], 671, 
690 

Sail, Michael Jansen, 539 

Sallis, Samuel, one of the petitioners 
for land at Jamaica, L. I., 464 

Salmurs, see Saumur 

Salton, John, 4033 

Salt Springs, New York, discovery of, 
321, 438 

Saludanus, Nicholas, 2361 

Salvaye, Monsieur de, (1686) 919 

Sammen, Thomas, 3437, 3446, 3746 

Samply, Jacob, 4280 

Sampson, Jacob, 4240 

Samtell, Henry, of Flushing, L. I., 413 

Samuels, Daniel, 247 

Sanctification, Marshall on, 3905-6, 
3918-19, 3923, 3967, 3975, 4006 

San Paulo Loando, see St Paul de 
Loanda 

San Salvador, Brazil, 25, 34, 40, 68 

Sand Hook, see New Castle 

Sandelyn, Jacob Evertsen, master of 
the ship " Scotch Dutchman," 
(1646) 214 

Sander, Skipper, [possibly Sander 
Leendertse Glen], 484, 501 

Sanders, Jacob, constable at Albany, 
763 

Sanders, Johannes, see Glen, Johannes 
Sanders 

Sanders, Robert, 2149, 2154 

Sanders (Sendre), Robert, a trader, 
940 

Sanders. See also Saimders 

Sandfort, William, 632 

Sandras (Sander), an Indian, 2634 

Sandwich, England, 500 Dutch inhab- 
itants, (1634) 117 

Sandwich, Mass., 1360, 3402 

Sandy Hook, N. J., 628, 1591 

Sangronwadie, an Indian chief, 1361 

Santen, Lucas, 872 



a After the Revolution this distinction was annulled; the Dutch-speaking ministers 
were pensioned. 



ECCLESIA8TICAI KECOEDS 



315 



Santfort, see Van Santvoord 

Sapbriski, see Zabriskie 

Saplanke, Rev., see De la Plancque, 

Rev. Nicolaea 
Saratoga (Sarachtague), N. Y., 877, 

879, 2932, 3107, 4248, (1784) 4319, 

4382, (1800) 4389 
Saratoga patent, 1245 
Saratoga waters, (1789) 4349 
Sardeman, Rev. J. D., pastor at 

Wesel, 44 
Saring, Simon, of Hempstead, L. I., 

665 
Sarum, see Salisbury 
Satirical pamphlet on the Anglican 

church, 3833-34, 3841, 3865, 3887- 

88, 3909-10 
Saugerties (Sagertje, Jagertje), 3210, 

3562-63, 3681, 3886, 3895, 3897, 

3914, 3923, 3943-44, 3982, 4037, 

4383, (1800) 4388 

Saumur (Salmurs), France, 866, 881 

Saunders, John, 1334 

Saunders, Susannah, 1334 

Saunders. See also Sanders 

Sauteur, an Indian, 1379 

Savoy, 354, 1736, 1827, 1831 

Savoyard, 1085 

Saxenhausen, Germany, 1963 

Saxony, 1821, 2931 

Sayre, John, 4184 

Scaets, Geert, 493 

Scarsdale, N". Y., 830 

Scarsdale, Manor of, 1751, 3452 

Scepticism, 4058 

Schaack, Rev. Peter, 739 

Schaats, Anneke, 534, 542-43, 738, 
762-64 

Schaats (Schaets), Rev. Gideon, 
Classis receives him among the 
" Recommended " for foreign lands, 
(1649) 253; invited to go to 
Rensselaerwyck, examined and 
ordained, contract with the patroon, 
with his " Instructions," departure, 
(1652) 309-11; condition of the 
church at Rensselaerwyck, (1657) 
382, 417, 426; allusions, 341, 355, 
394, 489; contract expires, is 
reengaged by Stuyvesant for the 



Schaats ( Schaets ) , Rev. Gideon 

{continued) 
company, his salary to be paid by 
the congregation, (1658) 424; in 
feeble health, 434; Lutherans cause 
anxiety, (1660) 482-83, 504; the 
company will not tolerate the 
Lutherans, (Dec. 1661) 515; his 
daughter, (1663) 534; difficulty in 
securing his salary, (1667) 587, 
(1669) 605; is obliged to receive 
Rev. Nicholas Van Rensselaer as a 
colleague, (1675) 676-82; allu- 
sions, 646, 720; unites with Van 
Zuuren and Van Gaasbeeck to or- 
dain Tesschenmacher, (1679) 730, 
733-34; abused by a Lutheran 
woman (1680) 737-38; intercourse 
among the churches only by letter, 
754, 762-63; needs a colleague, 
(1681) 768,770-71,777-78; marries 
a second time, (1683) 860, 883; 
allusions, 802, 804, 807-8 (1682) 
817, 821, 825, 830, 832, (16S3) 853, 
855, 857, 861, 867, 882; is 80 years 
old, 900, 959, 969; his colleague, 
Dellius, about to leave, (1690) 1002, 
1005; Dellius remains, (1691) 1010, 
1038; his death, (1694). See Cor- 
win's Manual, 697 

Schaef, bookkeeper, (1654) 328 

Schaeff, Hendrick, notary public at 
Amsterdam, (1652) 303 

Schaek (Schaak), Rev. [Petrus], at 
Amsterdam, died (1708) 1702, 
1720 

Schagen, Barck Cornelisse, see Acha- 
gen, Barck Cornelisse 

Schagen, Holland, 34, 40 

Schagticoke (Schakkok, Schaahkook), 
N. Y., 1382-83, 2754, 4248, (1784) 
4319, 4382, (1800) 4389 

Schaik, see Van Schaik 

Schamp, Joost, 2329 

Schape Wytye (Sheep pasture), 
New York City, 1514, 1802 

Schebosch, Rev., a Moravian leader, 
2884 

Scheff, William, 1898 

Schefs, Johannes William, 2176-77 

Scheiler, see Schuyler 



316 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Schellinchout (Schellinck houwe), 
Holland, 40, 83 

Schelling, CornEelis], 2077 [Appar- 
ently a mistake for Rev. Cornells 
Schulting, see p. 2078 and refer- 
ences under his name] 

Schelluien, 3093, 3128. See also Van 
Schelluyne, 3921, 3933 

Scheltema, Dr, classified the docu- 
ments in the archives of the Clas- 
sis of Amsterdam, (about 1880) 22 

Schelting, Thomas, 3241 

Schemal, Mr, 1793 

Scheminy, see Neshaminy 

Schenck, Abraham, 2780-81, 3376, 
3411, 3415, 3418-19, 3461, 3474, 
3726, 3733 

Schenck, Albertus, 3386 

Schenck, Coert, 3132 

Schenck, Gerrit, 2513 

Schenck, Gysbrecht, 3985, 4041, 4045 

Schenck, Martin, 1537, 1548, 1723, 
1990 

Schenck, Minnie, 2881, 2891, 2896, 
2899, 3336 

Schenck, Nicholas, 4364 

Schenck, Peter, 4086, 4248 

Schenck, Roelof, 2780-81, 2858-59, 
2861, 2893-96, 2898, 3024 

Schenck, Stephen, 2804-5, 3030, 3733 

Schency, Wessel, 188 

Schenck, Rev. William, (1790) 4353 

Schenectady (Schoneistade, Scheneg- 
tade, Schoonegtade), N. Y., Colonel 
NicoUs invites Father Pierron to 
meet him at, (1667) 590; commis- 
sioners of, write to certain mer- 
chants in Amsterdam to seek a 
minister for, salary, 100 beavers, 
payable in wheat, (1679) 735, 
784; the church is served by Do- 
mine Schaats of Albany, (1681) 
778; the church has always em- 
ployed a reader, but wants a min- 
ister, (1681) 788; 100 members in 
the church, (1681) 795, 804; al- 
lusions, 830-31, 838, 855, 858; 
church writes to Domine Selyns of 
New York to try to secure them a 



Schenectady, N. Y. (continued) 
minister, will give 100 beavers, free 
house and fuel, (1683) 863, 868, 
882-83; Domine Tesschenmaker in- 
vited to settle there by Selyns, but 
does not accept, (1683) 867; allu- 
sions, 909, 918; finally accepts and 
removes there, (1686) 922, 935, 
947, 957 ; burning of Schenectady by 
the French and Indians and mas- 
sacre of the people, including Tess- 
chenmaker, (1690) 993, 1003, 1007, 
1014, 1309; church served by 
Dellius, (1690-99) 1309; allusions, 
1020, 1025, 1066, 1121, 1124, 1170, 
1197, 1199, 1208, 1231, 1251, 1209 
1317, 1324, 1350, 1376, 1378, 1387, 
1424-25, 1440; gives a testimonial 
to Dellius, (1699) 1308; Domine 
Freeman settles at, (1700) 1373, 
1384-85, 1389, see Freeman; church 
receives a donation of £57, 4s, from 
Collegiate Church of New York 
toward a church building, (1702) 
1487; petitions Governor Cornbury 
to refuse permission to their pas- 
tor Freeman, to accept a call to 
Kings county, L. I., (1703) 1.527; 
resigns, but the consistory will not 
give him a dismissal with testi- 
monials, (1703) 1532-33; is re- 
tained by a new call and increased 
salary, but at length leaves, 1539- 
41, 1633, 1640-41, 1650-51, 1764- 
66 ; is anxious to call a pastor from 
Holland, (1708) 1700; allusions, 
1812, 1859; Rev. Thomas Barclay 
(Anglican) preaches there once a 
month, (1710) 1866-67; allusions, 
1941, 1965-66, 1983, 2002, 2039; 
the church writes to Holland for a 
minister, (May, 1714) 2044-46; al- 
lusions, 2117, 2196, 2234; Rev. 
Thomas Brower, pastor, (1725) 
2312; allusion, 2370; letter to clas- 
sis from pastor Erickson, (Jan. 13, 
1732) 2564; response of classis, 
2610; the church receives a char- 
ter, (1734) 2647-52; allusions, 
2703, 2710; description of the town, 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



317 



Schenectady, N. Y. (continued) 

(1739) 2730; old church turned 
into a fort, new church building, 

(1740) 2740; allusions, 2752, 2755, 
3400-12, 3533, 3547; an Anglican 
church in course of erection, 
(1759) 3736; Anglican church at, 
(1761) 3813; lands of the Dutch 
church in, (1774) 4275; allusions, 
3935, 4085, 4247; petitions for a 
charter, (1765) 4026; letter to Sir 
William Johnson, (1769) 4173, 

(1784) 4319, 4322-23, 4329, 4331, 
4366, 4382, (1800) 4388 

Schenema, John, 3003, 3065 

Schepmoes, Dirck, 697-98, 1006, 1311 

Schepmoes (Schepmoor), Johannes, 
1562, 1638 

Scherer, Mr, 1742 

Schermerhorn, Cornelia, 2581 

Schermerhorn, Lucas, 2329 

Schermerhorn, Reyer Jacobse, 863, 
883, 1303, 1326 

Schermerhorn's pasture, 2149, 2154, 
2632 

Scheylenburgh, [Schuylenburgh ? ] , 
Mr, in Holland, 3739 

Schiedam, Holland, 71, 83 

Schieland, Classis of, 874, 2285, 2765- 
66, 2881, 2891, 2896 

Schilder, Jasper, 830 

Schipback (Skippack), Pa., 2425, 
2429, 2437-38, 2442, 2478, 2482, 
2484, 2487, 2514, 2519; classis 
writes to church of, (1730) 2524- 
28; allusions 2530, 2604, 2708 

Schiphout (Schipbout, Shiphout, 
Shipment), Rev. Willem, at Am- 
sterdam, 2712-13, 2809, 2828, 2843- 
44, 2878, 3062 

Schipio, Eev. Isaac, sent to the East 
Indies, (1645), 192 

Schismatics, the chaplain of the fort. 
Rev. John Sliarpe and certain at- 
tendants at the services in the fort, 
so called by Rev. Mr Vesey, (1714) 
2017-18 

Schlatter, Rev. Michael, 2919, 2960, 
2973, 2981, 2984, 2987, 2990, 2992, 
3123, 3155, 3164-66, 3230, 3239, 



Schlatter, Rev. Michael (cont'd) 
3242, 3286, 3295, 3301, 3336-37, 
3344-47, 3350, 3370-71, 3555, 4097- 
98 

Schledantz, Heinrich, 4240 

Schmidt, Hanse George, 1898 

Schmidt, William, 3564 

Schneider, Bastian Re iff, elder at 
Falkner's Swamp, Pa., 2708 

Schnell, Johann Joost, 3162 

Schnell, Johannes, sr, 3162 

Schnell, Johannes, jr, 3162 

Schneyder, Rev. [George M.], (1784) 
4335 

Schnorr (Snor), Rev. Caspar Lud- 
wig, 2836, 2842, 2849-50, 2878, 
2902-3, 2919 

Schocomico (Schacomiko), see Sha- 
komeko 

Schodack, N, Y., 4243, 4246, 4248, 
(1784) 4319, 4382, (1800) 4389, 
4392 

Schoenmaker, Jacob Claessen, Zieck- 
entrooster, 184 

Schoenmaker. See also Schoonmaker, 
Shoemaker 

Schoharie (Schoharry, Skohare, Sko- 
hire, Schogarie), N". Y., allusions 
to, 1303, 1898, 1965-66, 2000, 2007, 
2062, 2093, 2109, 2111, 2117, 2123; 
certain Palatines remove to, 2147, 
2169-72, 2176, 2193, 2232, 2535, 
2631, 2670; church of, calls Rev. 
John Schuyler, (1736) 2673-75, 
2703-4, 2708, 3285, 3399, 3400-5, 
3562, 3583, 3691, 3708, 3710, 3848, 
4244, (1784) 4319,4335,4389 

Schoharie creek, (or kill), 1244, 
4383, 4388 

Scholter, Gerrit, 4183, 4288 

Schomp, Peter, 3382 

Schonegtade, see Schenectady 

Schools and schoolmasters, (1619) 
4220, 4222-23; the patroons and 
the colonists shall support clergy- 
men, schoolmasters and comforters 
of the sick, (1629, 1630) 75, 78; 
Adam Roelandtsen, the first school- 
master, (1633, 1647) 84, 122; reg- 
ulations and instructions for 



318 



THE TTNTVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORH 



Schools and schoolmasters {cont'd) 
schoolmasters going to the colonies, 
(1636) 89, 90, 91, 97-99; Roelandt- 
sen builds a house for himself, 
(1642) 143; proposed means of sup- 
port, (1638) 121; the company to 
support preachers and schoolmas- 
ters, (1640) 130; to be selected by 
the Synod, 133o 

Jan Stevenson, second teacher in 
Manhattan, (1642-48) 237, 242, 
284; private teachers, (1650) 266- 
69 ; classis urges the appointment of 
suitable schoolmasters and school 
mistresses, (1646) 195, 207; John 
Walraven recommended, (1646) 
201; accepted by the company only 
as a reader and comforter of the 
sick, 201-2; detained in Curagoa, 
(1647-50) 280, see O'Callaghan's re- 
mark, (1647) 217; Stuyvesant of- 
fers personal help in securing a 
house for a school, (1647) 224-25; 
no schoolhouse yet, ( 1649 ) 256-57, 
284; private schools, 259, 266-67; 
had been without a teacher for a 
year, (1649) 263; Jan Cornelisen, 
teacher, 284; Peter Van der Lin- 
den, 242 

A school established at Fort Or- 
ange and a schoolhouse built, An- 
dries Jansz, schoolmaster, (1650) 
279; Domine Schaats to act also 
as schoolmaster, (1652) 309 

Arrival of William Vestensz, to 
act as schoolmaster, chorister and 
comforter of the sick, at Manhat- 
tan, (1650) 265, 268-69, 271, 276, 
278; also to act as sexton, 306; 
wishes to return to Holland, (1654) 
325, 331, 333-36; returns, 338; is 
sent to the East Indies, (1656) 
351 ; a public school established, Jan 
de la Montaigne appointed teacher, 
(1652) 307; Ilermanus Van Ho- 
boocken succeeds Vestensz, (1656) 



Schools and schoolmasters {cont'd) 
345; only three schools in New 
Netherland, at Manhattan, Bever- 
wyck and Fort Casimir, 398; Van 
Hoboocken discharged, (1660) 463; 
Jacob Van Corlear not allowed to 
teach, (1658) 418,419; Evert Piet- 
ersen arrives as schoolmaster for 
South river, (1657) 356, 378, 401- 
3; assistant of Van Hoboocken, in 
Manhattan (1659) and supersedes 
him, (1660) 495, (1661) 503, 522; 
Van Hoboocken teacher at Stuyves- 
ants Bowery, (1661) 522; Pieter- 
sen after the surrender, ap- 
peals for his salary, (Oct. 1664) 
563, (1665) 575, (1666) 577; 
is an old man and needs assist- 
ance, (1686) 932; other teachers, 
Jan Lubberts, (1658) 427; Aegi- 
dius Luyck teaches a Latin school, 
(1665) 576, 578; scholars train in 
religion, (1664) 542; Abram de la 
Noy allowed to teach, (1668) 
592; allusions, (1681) 7*71-76, 
790-95, 819, 820, 915, 916, 931, 932, 
991, 1021, 1034, (1693) 1048, 1051, 
1067, 1170, 1172, 1214, 1290, 1299, 
1300, 1338; the charter of the 
Dutch church gives the consistory 
the right to appoint schoolmasters, 
(1696) 1152-53; a bill proposed 
for the settlement of schoolmas- 
ters, (1699) 1299; schools recom- 
mended by Cornbury, (1702) 1502, 
1584; is advised not to push his 
" Instructions " about schools too 
far, (1702) 1509-11; two schools 
in New York, (1704) 1552; more 
teachers needed, (1706) 1654,1700; 
Gerrit Van Wagenen appointed 
teacher in the city, terms, (1733) 
2619-20, 2626-27; a second school, 
(1743) 2828-29; Van Wagenen 
made chorister also, (1746) 2938; 
a schoolhouse and teacher's dwell- 



o As the West India Company, in reference to the church and the school, occu- 
pied, in New Netherland. thp place of the " state," they naturally and we may 
suppose, at once, assumed the duty of supporting churches and schools, although 
this is not definitely expressed in their charter of 1621, but was in supplementary 
charters. 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS 



319 



Schools and schoolmasters (cont'd) 
ing to be built, (174S) 3024; 
Daniel Brat, teacher, (1751) 3203, 
3357; Nicholas Welp, teacher, 
(1755) 3614, 3621, 3641-42; 
Adrian Van der Sman, (1756) 
3651 ; Consistory will build him a 
house, (1760) 3749; Kichard Mills, 
teacher at Newtown, (1661) 50O; 
Maenhout Boude^^•Tn, teacher at 
Bushwyck, (1662) 529; a school- 
master at Flatbush, abusive; is de- 
posed, (16S1) 773-74, 790-93, 819, 
820; Engelbeert Steenhuysen, 
teacher at Bergen, (1663) 539,540; 
Richard Charlton, teacher at 
Hempstead, (1672) 623; Cornbury 
licenses Stephen Gracherie to teach 
school at Kingston, (1704) 1574; 
the schoolhouse in Kings county 
has eight acres of land attached to 
it, (1711) 1885; land in the glebe 
at Newburgh for the benefit of a 
teacher, (17'"2) 3218; allusions in 
paper of Rev. Gideon Hawley con- 
cerning schools in central New 
York, (1753) 3399-3405; death of 
Mr Welp, of the Collegiate School, 
(1773) 4264-65; appointment of 
Anthony Welp, 4272; allusions, 
4030, 4216, 4240, 4260, 4262, 4272, 
4276, 4283-84. See also Latin and 
English granunar schools 

Schoonebeek (Schonerbeek, Schoone- 
beck), Holland, 3989, 3997, 4000 

Schoonerwocrd ( Schoonerwoort ) , 

Rev. Tlieodorus, called as minister 
to Moscow, 706-8 

Schoonhoven, Rev. Johannes, at Am- 
sterdam, 975, 977 

Schoonhovius (Schoonhoven), Rev. 
Conrad, at Amsterdam, 376, 381 

Schoonmaker, Edward, 4033 

Schoonmaker, Captain Egbert, 1562, 
1615, 103G, 1638 

Schoonmaker, Frederick, 3437, 3446, 
3746 

Schoonmaker, Rev. Hendrick, 3925- 
26, 3928-29, 3966, 3996, 4243, 4246, 
(1784) 4318, (1786) 4341, 4357, 
4365, 4377, (1800) 4391 



Schoonmaker, Jacobus, 3437, 3446 

Schoonmaker, Jocliem, 3620 

Schoonmaker, John, 3437, 3446, 3746 

Schoonmaker, Lodewyck, 4074 

Schoonmaker, Rev. Martinus, 4211, 
4243, 4246, 4362, 4364, (1800) 4387 

Schoonmaker. See also Schoenmaker, 
Shoemaker 

Schoorl (Schorel), Holland, 83, 119, 
141, 143, 146-47, 149, 156 

Schorman, Jacob, at Albany, (1700) 
1390 [Probably a mistake for Ja- 
cob Lookerman] 

Schoteau, N. Y., 4388 

Schots street, New York, 4285 

Schoute, T., 3641 

Schouten, N. N., 3528, 3530, 3536 

Schraalenbergh, N. J., Erickson called 
to, (1725) 2330-31,2359; allusion, 
2454; Mancius called to, (1732) 
2601, 2607, 3210; allusions 3027, 
3338, 3547-49, 3598, 3599, 3600, 
3603, 3622-34, 3649, 3655, 3670, 
3675, 3680, 3689-93, 3702, 4211, 
4243, 4246, (1784) 4318, 4366, 
4383, (1800) 4391 

Schraalenbergh, 2d, 4384 

Schrender, Mrs, 3144 

Schreyder, Nicholas, 3217 

Schrick, Paulus, 429 

Schuckburgh, Dr [Richard], 4138 

Schuilenburg, Counselor, see Van 
Schuylenburch, Willem 

Schuiler (Schuler, Scheiler), Gabriel, 
2437, 2482, 2487 

Schulerus, Rev. Charles, 513, 515, 
516 

Schultetus, [Abraham?], Dominica- 
lia, one of the books of Jonas 
Bronck, 168 

Schulting (Schulten), Rev. Cornelis, 
1656, 1849, 1856, 2078, 2090, 2104, 
2106 

Schuneman, Herman, 1742, 2122, 
2144 

Schuneman, Elizabeth, 2144 

Schuneman, Rev. Johannes, 3012, 
3199, 3200; examination and or- 
dination for Catskill and Cox- 
sackie, (1752) 3300, 3333, 3375, 
3405-6, 3422-23, 3533, 3547, 3549, 



320 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Schuneman, Rev. Johannes (cont'd) 
3551-52, 3561, 3563, 3583, 3587, 
3597, 3615, 3654, 3862, 3925, 4085, 
4211,4243,4246, (1784) 4319 

Schureman, James, clerk of the board 
of trustees of Queens College, 
(1785) 4327 

Schureman (Schuurman), John, 
2182-83, 2277, 2352-55, 2383, 2385, 
2387, 2402, 2414, 2418, 2420, 2423; 
elder from Brunswick quarter, 
(1785) 4327-28 

Schureman, Rev. John, candidate, 
New Brunswick, (1800) 4391 

Schutte, Rev. R[utger], at Amster- 
dam, 3568-73, 3582, 3597, 3641, 
3644, 3647, 3660, 3671, 3674, 3688- 
89, 3699, 3883, 3979 

Schuureman, Jacobus, (James), 
schoolmaster, (1725) 2257, 2269- 
70, 2317-29 

Schuyler, Madame, (1759), 3739-40, 
3743 

Schuyler, Abraham, (1699) 1306, 
1329 

Schuyler, Abraham, (1791) 4357 

Schuyler, Arent, 1303 

Schuyler, Brandt, (1682) 805, 998, 
1030, 1112, 1116, 1124, 1168-69, 
1190, 1202, 1212, 1242, 1273, 1322, 
1355, 1357, 1366, 1482-83 

Schuyler, Brandt, (1741) 2101, 3090- 
91, 3146, 3968 

Schuyler, David, writes to Bellomont, 
763, (1700) 1374-75, 1844, 2149, 
2153 

Schuyler, Dirck, (1768) 4136, 4163, 
4171 

Schuyler, Jacobus, 1306 

Schuyler, Johannes, 1306, 1318, 
1326-27 

Schuyler, John, (1712) 1968, 1972, 
2172 

Schuyler, John, jr, 2670 

Schuyler, Rev. John, called to church 
of Schoharie, (1736) 2673-75; his 
examination and ordination, 2704- 
5; allusions, (1738) 2708, 2710, 
2712, 2723, 2753, 2755, 3006, 3012, 
3027, 3132, 3134, 3174, 3228, 3400, 



Schuyler, Rev. John {continued) 
3413, 3492, 3548, 3562, 3590, 3603, 
3G24, 3675, 3679-80, 3691-92, 3721, 
3724, 3754, 3757, 3799, (1761) 3811, 
3843, 3848-49, 3926, 4011-12, 4028, 
4088, 4155, 4244 

Schuyler, Major Myndert, (1709) 
1738, (1712) 1968, 1972, 2052, 
2172, (1736) 2670 

Schuyler, Major Peter, (1683) 857, 
859, 1018; writes to Governor 
Fletcher, (1693) 1068, 1093-94, 
(1694) 1097-98, 1166, 1169-70, 
1174, 1181-82, 1215-16, 1224; he 
and Dellius commissioned to go to 
Canada, (1698) 1226-27, 2047; al- 
lusions, 1240-42, 1245, 1288, 1308, 
1315, 1317, 1337, 1342, 1358-59, 
1365, 1372, 1377, 1381-82, 1390-92, 
1402-3, 1410-12, 1424, 1427, 1433, 
1437, 1583, 1667, 1687, (1709) 
1738, 1867-68, 1968; is president of 
the Council, (1719) 2140-42,2146, 
2148; orders a charter to be pre- 
pared for the Dutch church of Al- 
bany, (1720) 2151, 2168; confer- 
ence with the Indians, 2172; allu- 
sions, 2174, (1722) 2193, 3172 

Schuyler, Captain Philip, (1676) 
690, 1306 

Schuyler, Philip, deacon, (1715) 2081 

Schuyler, Colonel [Philip], member 
of New York Assembly, (1770) 
4176-78 

Schuylerville (Saratoga), N. Y., 
2932 

Schwartz, Heinrich, 4280 

Scilly Isles, 1731, 1839 

Scotch church, 2263, 4020, 4123, 4205, 

(1784) 4320 

Scotch Presbyterians, 878, 4047, 

4123, 4129 
Scotch presbytery and the German 

churches of Pennsylvania, 3165 
Scotch Seceder Church, New York 

City, (1768) 4159; allusions, 

(1785) 4328, 4332 (1786) 4339, 
4341-42, (1787) 4345 

Scotland, 122; the persecuted in, flee 
to Wesel, 43 ; in covenant with Eng- 



ECCLESIASTICAL KECORDS 



321 



Scotland ( continued ) 

land, (1643) ISO; the Palatines in- 
vited to, 1825; allusions, 970, 988, 
997, 1001-2, 1033, 1111, 1136; Pres- 
byterian church established in, 
3428-32, 3993; church of, 4047, 
4114 

Scott, John Morin, 3728 

Scrillingh, Rev., 1315 

Scriverius, Rev., 306 

Seabringh, see Sebring 

Seabrook, Ct., college in, (1705) 1612 

Seabury,<i Rev. Samuel, sr, supplying 
occasionally in Dutchess county, 
(1759) 3735; rector, Jamaica, 
Newtown and Flushing, (1759) 
3745, 3749-50 

Seabury, Rev. Samuel, jr, rector at 
Jamaica, writes to the S. P. G., 
(1761) 3804, 3806, 3803, 3917, 
3952, 3997, 4058, 4084, (1776) 4299; 
elected bishop of Connecticut, 
(1783) 4325; consecrated at Aber- 
deen, Scotland, (Nov. 14, 1784) 
4325-26 

Seagrove, Captain, 1052, note 

Seal, of the Classis of Amsterdam, 
(1638) 69, lis of New Nether- 
land, (1623) 37; of the province of 
New York, (1090) 993; Cornbury's 
orders about the transfer of certain 
church property illegal, especially 
with his seal, (1707) 1679; seal 
of the Collegiate Church, 1147; of 
Trinity Church, 1147 

Seals of the Covenant, 2427 

Seaman [Benjamin], 4176 

Seaman [Zebulon], 4176 

Seargent, Mr, 3401 

Seatalcott, L. I., 578 

Seats, 1904-5, 2069, 2343 

Seawan, see Sewant 

Seawere, Sir William, 1788 



Sebring, Barent, 4147, 4170, 4199 
Sebring (Seberingh, Sebrink, Sueber- 
ingh, Zebring), Cornelius, 1120, 
1526, 1537, 1714-15, 1721, 1799, 
ISOO. 1806, 1848, 4211 
Sebring (Sebering, Cybryn), Daniel, 
2309, 2328, 2335, 2364, 2446, 2454- 
56, 2554, 2568, 2589, 2658 
Sebring, Isaac, 2804-5 
Sebring, Jacob, 2210, 2739, 3031, 

3540, 3597, 3602, 3733 
Sebring, Susannah, 4170 
Seceders, opponents of the first Fre- 
linghuysen so called, (1725) 2202-3, 
2205, 2209, 2246-48; term also ap- 
plied to the adherents of Freling- 
huysen, by his opponents, (1725) 
2249-51, 2255, 2263, 2267-68, 2309, 
2352; at Hackensack, (1757) 3689 
Seeker, IMost Reverend Thomas, 
(1754) 3503; his correspondence as 
archbishop of Canterbury with Rev. 
Dr Samuel Johnson, (1758) 3716- 
18, 3727-29, (1759) 3730, 3734, 
(1761) 3803, (1762) 3816-17, 
3833-34, (1763) 3841, 3864, 3887- 
90, 3909-10, 4084, 4186 
Second minister, for Collegiate 
Church, (1697) 1189-1213, 1228, 
1243, 1204, 1208-69, 1275-76, 1278, 
1281 
Secret instructions, see Governors 
Sectarian legislation, efforts to re- 
peal, act to repeal the ministry act 
of 1693, rejected in the Council, 
(1769) 4140; act to exempt all 
Protestants in Westchester, New 
York, Queens and Richmond coun- 
ties from taxation for support of 
ministers, rejected in the Council, 
(1769) 4150; bill to repeal the 
ministry act, smothered in the 
Council, (Jan. 1770) 4176-77; 



a The elder Rev. Samuel Penbnry wns born nt Oroton, Ct., ITOf?. nnd was 
graduated from Harvard College, was ordained by the bishop of London, 17.31, 
was settled at .New I.onilnn. Ct.. 17:'.0-4'J. nnd at I lenip-^fe-ul, 1-. 1., 1 T-Jl'-H-l . when 
he died. The younger Rev. Samuel Seabury was born 1720, was graduated from 
Yale College. 174S : supplied lluiitlngtun. li. 1., 17-ls-.")U ; was onlaliicd l).v the 
bishop of London 17">:', ; was settled at New I',riin<wl(l<, N. .T., 17r)4-.'i0; at .Inmaica, 
Newtown and Flushing, L. L, I'oG-Cj, also supplying Hempstead occasionally ; at 
Westchester and neighboring churches, 17(JU-7ij ; .Staten Island, 177S-8::; coa- 
secrated as bishop of Connecticut by three Scottish bishops at Aberdeen, 1784 ; 
died 1796. 

21 



322 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Sectarian legislation (continued) 
amendment to ministry act of 1693, 
as to time of election in New York 
City, (Jan, 1770) 4177-78; a bill 
to exempt all Protestants from 
compulsory church rates, (Jan, 
1770) 4178, 4181; act to allow any 
Protestant congregation in the 
county of Albany to hold real es- 
tate, defeated, (1770) 4178-79; bill 
repeated, (1771), defeated, 4193, 
4199; bill amending ministry act 
as to time of collecting the money, 
(1775) 4285; sectarian appropria- 
tions forbidden in last revision of 
the Constitution, (1894) 4300 

Sectarianism, 2262, 3354-57, 3359-69, 
3480-82; evils of, 3339-41 

Second River (Belleville), N. J., see 
Bartholf, Coens, Van Santvoord; 
departure of Coens for Aquack- 
ononck [and Second River], (1726) 
2359; Haeghoort, the pastor, pro- 
poses a coetus, (1737) 2679-80, 
2685, 2687; allusion, 2696; John 
Schuyler ordained at, (1738) 2703- 
4; minister and elder sign original 
draft for a coetus, (1738) 2708; 
allusions, (1746) 2906, 2923; pas- 
tor complains of lack of support, 
(1747) 2965-68, 2997; suggestion 
to unite Aquackononck and Second 
River, (1748) 3003, 3059, 3088-89, 
3092, 3100; classis urges the church 
to properly support her minister, 
(1749) 3070, 3071, 3114, 3121, 3136; 
urges the pastor to patience, (1750) 
3139, 3140; allusions, 3227, 3230, 
3283, 3301, 3336, 3466-67, 3497-98, 
3562, 3583, 3609, 3624, 3626, 3643, 
3668-69, 3704; allusions, 4243, 4244, 
(1784) 4318,4384, (1800) 4391 

Sects (Sectaries), 341, 373-74, 377, 
381-82, 415, 447-48, 470, 530, 976; 
dissenters, so called, 1990, 2015, 
2043, 4121-22 

Securities, 689, 690 

Seel, Rev. Daniel, 3687 

Sees, 1081 

Seespiegel (Mirror of the Sea), one 
of the books of Jonas Bronck, 168 



Sekerer, Urich, 1788 

Selectmen of New Amsterdam, 278-79 

Sell, William, 2128 

Selover, Abraham, 2329 

Selover, Isaac, 4267 

Selskoorn, see Zetscoorn 

Selyn, Rev., (1734) 2652, 2662 
[Apparently a mistake for Rev. 
Klein, mentioned on p. 2663] 

Selyns (Selinus, Sullyns, Zeleins), 
Rev. Henricus, examined for licens- 
ure, (1657) 405; called to New 
Netherland, (1660) 462; ordained, 
464-65; text of his call, Brooklyn, 
466; his salary, 477; testimonials, 
472; carries letters of the classis 
to the churches, 469-74; his arrival 
in Brooklyn, 485, 504, 513; engage- 
ment to preach also at Stuyvesant's 
Bouwerie, 489; his installation in 
Brooklyn, 479-82, 485-89; solicits 
a bell from the company for his 
church, 495; his return to Holland, 
(1664) 540-41, 543, 547-51, 553- 
54; appears before the classis, 562; 
settles at Waverveen, 580-83, 589; 
allusions, 492, 603; the church of 
New Yoric would like to call him, 
(1670) 608, 612; is unwilling to 
accept, 614, 615; ordains Van 
Nieuwenhuysen for New York, 617; 
becomes chaplain in the Dutch 
army, (1675) 672; report on the 
religious condition of the army, 
676, 682; allusions, 688-89, 692, 
695, 718; the church of New York 
again seeks his services, (1681) 
759-61, 781, 785, 818; hesitates to 
accept, 785; terms offered, 797- 
800, 848; accepts the call, 801-5; 
dismissal from his church and 
classis, 803-6; his call, 809, 810; 
departs for New York, (1682) 811, 
816, 818, 822-23, 826; carries 
letters to the churches, 816; his 
first letter to the classis, 827-34; 
the voyage of 12 weeks, his recep- 
tion by his church, a new church 
building in contemplation, his 
weekly services in New York, ser- 
vices also at Bergen and Harlem, 



ECCLESIASTICAL RECOEDS 



323 



Selyns, Rev. Henricus {continued) 
Anglican services in his cliurcli, 
Lutheran services under Rev. 
Arensius, Quakers, Jews, Labadists, 
no Papists, condition of the 
churches of Albany, Kingston, Long 
Island, New Castle, Del., many 
Quakers arriving at New Castle, 
(Oct. 1682) 827-34, 851-53; the 
church of New York happy and con- 
tented, 836, 838, 853; a stone 
parsonage to be built, 804, 841-42, 
866; the commissioners in Holland 
congratulate the church on their 
pastor, 848; he endeavors to secure 
a pastor for Schenectady, 863, 867, 
882; allusions, 855, 893, see 
Charter of liberties; his second 
letter to the classis describing the 
ecclesiastical conditions of the 
country, (1683) 865-69, 881-82 

Mayor Steenwyck's prelegacy to 
the church of Selyns, of the Manor 
of Fordham, (16S5) 888-90; direc- 
tions to the deacons as to the fu- 
ture sale of real estate and their 
care of the poor, 897; allusions, 
859, 871, 873, 879, 890, 892, 898; 
provision secured by Selyns for 
ministers' widows, 901-2; com- 
plains that Labadists, Quakers and 
irregular preachers disturb public 
worship, 906-7 ; generosity of the 
church to him, death of his wife, 
935-36, 944-45, 947-48; petition 
prepared to ask the city authorities 
for a church building site (1686), 
but finally not presented, 929, 930; 
minute directions to the sexton, 
930-31; joy of the classis over Sel- 
yns's successful ministry, 947; sub- 
scriptions proposed for a new 
church building, 950-51 ; Governor 
Dongan's account of the state of 
religion, (1687, not 1684, as 
printed) 879-80; petition to the 
governor and Council for the in- 
corporation of the church, (1688) 
952-53; Selyns's second marriage 



Selyns, Rev. Henricus {continued} 
(Oct. 20, 1686) to Mrs Comelis 
Steenwyck, (1688) 957; Governor 
Andros attends Selyns's services, 
958, 969; Selyns preaches occasion- 
ally at New Castle, Del., 970; revo- 
lution in New York by the fall of 
James II and the accession of Wil- 
liam III to the English throne, 
indignities suffered by Selyns and 
his church during the Leisler troub- 
les, (1689-91) 962-68, 970-73, 
974-76, 977, 982-84, 995-1002, 
1008-9, 1014-17; he hopes for the 
protection of William and Mary, 
and that a legal and competent 
governor may soon be sent, 1007-8 

The church buys ground for a 
building site and proceeds to build, 
(1692) 1030, 1035; lawsuit about 
their title to the Manor of Ford- 
ham, 1035 ; no letters from Holland 
in two or three years, sad condition 
of the church, an appeal to be 
made to the king against the Leis- 
ler faction, 1041, 1045, 1047, 1052, 
1071, 1103; sympathy of the clas- 
sis; exhortations to the churches 
to unity and duty, 1054-61; a min- 
isterial maintenance bill suggested 
and urged, (1691-93) 1013-15, 
1033-34, 1036-37, 1039, 1045, 1048, 
1054, 1073-79, see Ministerial main- 
tenance bill; Selyns sends a call 
from the church of Kingston to 
classis, 1083, 1088; classis thanked 
for her sympathy, general condition 
of the churches, (1694) 1106-8; 
final conveyance of the Manor of 
Fordham to the elders of the church 
by Domine Selyns and his wife — 
nee de Riemer-Steenwyck, (1695) 
1109-12 

Committee appointed to wait on 
the governor in reference to a char- 
ter for the church, (1695) 1116- 
17; rule for leasing lands on the 
Manor, 1117; cost of Garden street 
church, 1123; petition for the char- 



324 



THE UNIVEESITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Selyns, Rev. Henricus (continued) 
ter presented to the governor, 1127- 
28; the charter finally signed, 
(May 11, 1696) 1165, 1167-69, 
1172-73; text of the charter, 1136- 
65; classis mourns the loss of let- 
ters through privateers on the seas, 
(1697) 1183; desire of the church 
to call a colleague to Selyns, fac- 
tious opposition, (1697-98) 1189- 
93, 1278-82; the documents, 1189- 
1214; Rev. Jeronimus Verdieren 
called, 65 children in Selyns's 
church can recite all the Psalms, 
a second copy of Eliot's Indian 
Bible sent to the classis, the first 
copy having been captured by the 
French, 1230-40 

Forcible reburial of the bodies of 
Leisler and Milbourne, by order of 
Governor Bellomont, under the floor 
of Selyns's church, 1242; corre- 
spondence of Selyns with the Dutch 
church of London, 1243-44, 1264- 
73, 1274-77, 1300-1; Verdieren de- 
clines the call, 1286-87; classis will 
seek another pastor, 1294-96; Rev. 
Gualterus Du Bois chosen as col- 
league, 1298; examination and or- 
dination of Du Bois, 1304, 1315- 
16; joy of the church at the selec- 
tion, 1332; the Leisler faction 
thanks the classis for sending Du 
Bois, 1346-47, 1354, 1363, 1366; 
the consistory thanks the classis 
for sending over Du Bois, referring 
to the surreptitious letter of the 
faction, requests the formal deci- 
sion of the classis on the legality 
of their proceedings, 1353-57, 1363, 
1366-67; all parties are pleased 
with Du Bois, the classis considers 
the business closed, exhortations to 
peace and love, 1428-29; death of 
Domine Selyns, (1701) 1484; allu- 
sions, 2077, 2370-71, 2693, 3445- 
54, 3847-48, 4037 
Selyns, Mrs Henricus, her estate , 
1109-12, (1712) 1964, (1741)~275T- 
63 



Senior minister of the Dutch church, 
a trustee in Kings college, 3584 

Seman, Captain John, 723 

Seminary, for Dutch church, pro- 
posed, 3547 

Semler, John, 4392 

Sendre, Robert, a trader, 940 [prob- 
ably intended for Robert Sanders] 

Seneca Indians (Sennequens, Sinne- 
kes, Senekas), 363, 904, 917, 945, 
977, 993, 1019-20, 1169, 1215, 1350, 
1358-59, 1380-81, 1383, 1867, 2008, 
2070, 2234, 2921 

Sennacherib, the French, (Louis XIV), 
653, 666 

Senys, Thomas, 2867 

Separatists, 4051 

Serinhaen, Brazil, 42 

Seriua, Rev., 1869 

Sermons of Frelinghuysen, (1721) 
2178, (1733) 2618, 3047-49; of the 
Tennents and Blair, (1739) 2735; 
of John H. Goetschius, 2802; ser- 
mons not to be more than an hour 
long, (1747) 2955 

Serooskerke, Rev. Peter, 82 

Serrurier, Rev. Daniel, 4169, 4175, 
4195, 4197-98 

Serrurier, Rev. F[ilips], 4289 

Serrurier, Rev. Paul, 4183 

Servitude, indenture of, 1849 

Setauket, (Seataucok, Setalcket), 
L. I., 629, 630 "■■ 

Sett, an Indian, 2634 

Seventeen, the, (XVII), the central 
board of the East India Company, 
so called, 38, 80, etc. 

Seventh Day Baptists, 2429 

Severn river, England, 217 

Sewall, Dr, 3399 

Sewant (seawan), 215, 623, 625, 
720. See also Currency, Wampum 

Seward, Governor William H., recom- 
mends sending an agent to Europe 
to procure documents relating to 
New York, 6, 7 
Sextons, 306-8, 331, 356, 659, 930-31, 

2023, 4078-79 
Shaffer, Mark, 3107 
Shakerly, Jan [John], 643 



ECOLBSIASTICAL EEOOBDS 



325 



Shakomeko (Schocomico), Dutchess 
county, N. Y., Moravians at, 2746, 
2848, 2851-54, 2865, 2907 

Shaminy ( Schemmeny ) , see Nesham- 
iny 

Shannick, see Xeshanic 

Shaowangkhen, see Shawangunk 

Sharer, Elizabeth, 3084 

Sharon, Ct., 2852 

Sharon, Schoharie county, N. Y., 
4383. See also Dorlach 

Sharp, Jacob, petitions for the Pala- 
tines on the Manor of Livingston, 
(1724) 2218-20, 2222 

Sharp, Jacob, (1792) 4364 

Sharp, John, (1668) 218 

Sharp, Rev. John, appointed chaplain 
to British troops in New York, 
(1704-17) 1583, 1669; supplies Ja- 
maica, (1709) 1807; unites in peti- 
tion to the bishop of London in 
behalf of ministers' widows, 1809; 
preaches at New Eochelle when 
that church conforms, (1709) 
1751; inducts Rev. Thomas Poyar 
into the pastorate of church of Ja- 
maica, (1711) 1895; unites in ad- 
dress to Governor Robert Hunter 
upon hia taking office, (1712) 1921, 
1906-7, 1912-14, 1919, 1926, 1950, 
1991; has left, 2024, 2114, 2118 

Sharp (Scherp), Peter, 4011-12,4029 

Sharpas, William, 1139, 1149, 1181, 
1221, 1573 

Sharrack, an Indian, 3400 

Shaw, Joseph, Lloravian priest, 2852, 
2854 

Shaw, Robert, 509 

Shawangunk (Schaowangken), N. Y., 
3211-12, 3255, 3264, 3267, 3273, 
3954, 3956, (1772) 4243, 4247, 
4248, (1784) 4318, 4383, (1800) 
4388 

Shea, John Gilmary, 1133, 4355 

Shearith, Israel, receives deed for 
Jewish burying ground in New 
York City, (1710) 1866 

Shelbume, [William Fitzmaurice, 
2d], earl of, 4090-92, 4098, 4110 

Shenigh, Frederick, 4074 



Sherburn, Mass., 1360 

Sherlock, Rt. Rev. Thomas, bishop of 
London, 3502 

Sherlock, William, 3806 

Shipboard, character of religious 
services on, 487, 755 

Shiphout (Shipmont), Rev. William, 
see Schiphout, Rev. Willem 

Ships, names of; Advice, (1705) 
1593; Amazone, (1719) 2140; 
Berkley Castle, (1710) 1861; Blos- 
som, (1678) 720; Boston, (1763) 
3903; De Bever (Beaver), (1660) 
473-74, (1681) 790; De Bonte Koe 
(Spotted Cow), (1660) 492; De 
Bruynvisch (Porpoise), (1659) 449, 

(1660) 478; De Eendracht (Unity), 
(1664) 553; De Geldersche Bloem 
(Flower of Gelderland), (1652) 
309; De Gouden Meulen (Golden 
Mill), (1657) 389; De Gulden 
Otter (Golden Otter), (1656) 352; 
De Halve Mane (Half Moon), 
(1609) 255; De Houttuyn (Lum- 
ber Yard), (1642) 153, 157; De 
Makreel (Mackerel), (1623) 37; 
De Molen, or Meulen (Mill), 
(1657) 386, 393; De Moor (Moor), 

(1661) 506 ; De Nieu Nederlantsche 
Fortuyn, (New Netherland For- 
tune), (1649) 303; De Otter, 
(1659) 442; Depeche (Despatch), 
(1651) 299; De Prinses (Princess), 
(1647) 216, 217, 228, 235, 260; De 
Soutberg (Salt Mountain), (1633) 
84; De Trouw (Faith), (1659) 
442-43, 450; De Valckenier (Fal- 
coner), (1648) 228, (1650) 255, 
note; De Vergulde Bever (Gilded 
Beaver), (1661) 503; De Waegh, 
or Wage (Balance, or Weighhouse), 

(1657) 371, 389, 401; Diamond, 
(1719) 2140; Hector, (1713) 
2000; Het Gecruyste Hart (Crossed 
Heart), (1664) 576; Het Hoff van 
Cleeff (Court of Cleves), (1651) 
303; Hopewell, (1708) 1731, 1840; 
James, (1679) 722; King George, 
(1725) 2260; Kingdale, (1708) 
1712; Kingfisher, (1775) 4187; 



326 



THE UNIVEESITT OF THB STATE OF NEW YOEK 



Ships, names of (continued) 

Lyon, (1710) 1854; Nieuw Neder- 
land, (New Netherland) (1623) 
37; Nieuwer Amstel (New Am- 
stel), (1659) 458; Richard Joseph, 
(1708) 1731, 1840; Scotch Dutch- 
man, (1646) 214; Shoreham, 
(1713) 2000; Smith, (1763) 3903; 
Unity, (1708) 1712; Victory, 
(1719) 2140 

Ships of war, to have chaplains, 
(1650) 281 

Shirley, General [William] 3401 

Shoals, Captain John, 3986; loans 
£600 to Collegiate Church, (1772) 
4256; paid, (1775) 4284 

Shoemaker, Jacob, 2218-20, 2222 

Shoemaker. See also Schoenmaker, 
Schoonmaker 

Shoemakers' land or pasture, 2139, 
2222 

Shokan, Ulster county, N. Y., 4383 

Shoreham, a ship, 2000 

Short Inquiry, 349. See also Com- 
pendiums 

" Short Refutation " of Leydt's 
" True Liberty," etc., by Ritzema, 
(1762) 3846 

Shorter, Frederick, 4074 

Shrewsbriry, [Charles Talbot, 12th], 
earl of, 961, 9bo" ' J^^isler writes to, 
(1690) 1000-1, 1008, llo'o'', 1170, 
1222 

Shrewsbury, N. J., 632; Quakers not 
allowed to hold office in, (1673) 
636, 1921 

Shuart, see Sjoert 

Shuler, see Schuiler 

Shurte, see Sjoert 

Shute, John, 1739-40, 1788 

Sicart, Ambroise, 1864 

Sickel, Lambert, 1526 

Sickels, Robert, 1199 

Sickels, (Sikkelse), Zachary, 3247, 
3435, 4136 

Sickles, Abram, 3247, 4211 

Sickles, Rev. Jacob, (1800) 4389 

Sickles, Johannis, 4211 

Sidney, Sir Philip, 155 

Sleeken, Dirck, 642 



Siegen, Germany, 1963 
Siekentroosters, see Comforters of the 

Sick 
Sieverse, Claas, 1306 
Sigg, Hans Jacob, church warden, 

3055-56 
Sikkels (Zikkels), Henry, 4262, 

4283 
Silema, Rev. Booritius, 83 
Silesia, 155 
Silke, Captain, 1007 
Silkworms, 372 
Silver plate, a present of, to Governor 

Fletcher, (1696) 1169 
Silvester, J. B., deacon, 3120 
Silvius, Rev. Joannes Cornelius, 73 
Sirmneren [Srmmern], Palatinate, 

1602 
Simons (Semins), Mr, 391 
Simony, 2880, 3059, 3298 
Sims, Captain, 1519 
Sunsbury, Ct., 3803 
Simson, Alexander, 1885-86 
Sinclair, Rev. Mr, 1951-53. See also 

St Clare 
Sinclair, Captain Robert, 1112, 1233 
Sinford, Dr, 1787 
Singing, (1619) 4224; Brady and 

Tates metrical version of the 

Psalms to be used in Trinity 

Church, (1707) 1689; taught in 

Trinity Church, 2721 
Sinkhoick [Cinkaick], N. Y., 4248, 

4382, (1800) 4389 
Siii\nonqurasse, chief of the Mohawks, 

13x\8, 1328, 1358 
Sins of the land, (1780) 4307-11 
Sinsemi^.n, Joachim H., 2852-53 
Siperiu&5. see Zyperius 
Siphens i'Syphens), John, 1030, 1032 
Sipkin, Aart, 4211 
Sipkins, John, 1137 
Sirtus, Rev. Rippertus, minister at 

Hoom, Holland, 34 
Siston, Mr, 690 
Sivorns, Benjamin, 934 
Six Mile Run, N. J., 1761, 2204, 2211, 

2384, 2566, i2585, 2639-40, 2656, 

2665-66, 3035, 3043, 3176, 3382-84, 

4243, 4246, 4248, 4318, (1800) 

4390 



ECCLESIASTICAL BECOEDS 



327 



Six Nations, the, 2934, (1770) 41S7, 
(1775) 4284-85 

Sjoert (Slmrte, Shuart), Olphert, 
1632, 1662 

Slare (Slave), Dr Frederick, 1739- 
40, 1788, 1816-17 

Slater, Rev., 3939 

Slater, see Sloughter 

Slaughter, see Sloughter 

Slave, Dr Frederick, see Slare, Dr 
Frederick 

Slavery, slaves. West India Company 
to allot to each patroon 12 black 
men and women, (1630) 79; negroes 
to be imported, (1648) 229; the 
slaves neglected, religiously, 266, 
916; an act to prevent the run- 
ning away of slaves, (1705) 1599; 
1500 in New York City, 1609; act 
for the encouragement of the bap- 
tism of, (1706) 1673; act for 
suppressing conspiracy of, (1708) 
1710: census of, (1726) 2336-37; 
a number baptized, 2357 ; negro 
conspiracy suspected, (1741) 2757- 
59, 2763-64 ; do not obtain freedom 
by becoming Christians, (1743) 
2810; efforts to convert, (1747) 
2950-55, 2993, 2995, 4112 

Slaves, Turkish captives from New 
York, in Salee, Morocco, 996, 1061- 
65, 1187, 1216-17, 1340, 1572, 1575 

Slecht, Benjamin, 2811 

Slecht, Cornelis B., 501, 538 

Slecht, Hendrick, 4033 

Slecht, Johannes, 4034-35, 4040 

Slecht, Mattys, 1006 

Sledani [Joh. Sleidanus], History of 
the Reformation, one of Jonas 
Bronck's books, 168 

Sleigh, Charles, 2376 

Slicher, Wigbolt, 525 

Slieper, Justice, 4190 

Slingerland, Albert, 1306 

Slingerlandt, Johannes, 2376 

Sloten, Holland, 73 

Sloterdyck, Holland, 33 

Sloughter (Slater, Slawter, Slaugh- 
ter), Henry, commissioned to be 
governor of New York, (Nov. 14, 



Sloughter, Henry {continued) 

1689) 979, 980; allusions, 982-83, 
991, 993, 1010; his administration, 
(Mar .-July 1691) 1012-22; intro- 
duces the " test act " into New 
York, 1012-13; proposes a minis- 
terial maintenance bill for every 
town in the province, 1013, 1014; 
characterization of Leisler, 1014- 
15; Daille, of the French church, 
fined, 1015; execution of Leisler, 
1016-17; Sloughter's address to 
the Five Nations, 1019-20; death 
of Sloughter, 1022; allusions, 1025, 
1028, 1034, 1036, 1042, 1049, 1055, 
1131, 1252-56, 1285, 1289, 1398- 
1400, 1441, 1592 

Sluys, province of Zeeland, Holland, 
656-58, 823, 876, 907, 1051; 
Classis of, 1051 

Sluysduynen, see Huysduynen 

Sluyter (Sluiter, Vorstman, Vosman), 
Peter, the Labadist, 675, 711, 830, 
833, 853, 869-71, 876, [On page 
936, "a schuyt (boat?)," should 
read — " a Sluyter "] 936, 1053 

Smack, Henry, 2329 

Smack, Leendert, 2329 

Smalles, John, 1728, 1-836 

Smallpox, 2590, 3745 

Smedes, Benjamin, 4040 

Smedes, Petrus, 4040 

Smeet, John Jansen, see Smit, John 
Jansen 

Smit, B., see Smith, Benjamin 

Smit, Dirck, 642 

Smit, Hendrick Wesselse, 642 

Smit (Smeet), John Jansen, 128, 161 

Smit, Michael, 128 

Smit, Thomas, 464 

Smith, Dr, of Philadelphia, (1759) 
3746 

Smith, Dr, of England, (1762) 3833- 
34 

Smith, Father, see Smith, Rev. John 

Smith, Mr, clerk of town vestry, 
Jamaica, L. I., (1713) 2012 

Smith, School-teacher, (1763) 3911 

Smith [Aaron], Father, (1689) 972 



328 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Smith, Abraham, 498 

Smitli, Adam, 2135 

Smith, Barnardus, 4305 

Smith (Smit), Benjamin, 2449, 2489 

Smith, Bernard, 2100, 2377 

Smith, Cornelis, 3234, 3288 

Smith, Cornelis C, 4248 

Smith, Daniel, 1851, 1871, 2131 

Smith, David, 4365 

Smith, Dirck, 446 

Smith, Epliraim, 2135 

Smith, Ilendrick, of Marbletovvn, 
(176G) 4074 

Smith, Henry, 2141, 3173 

Smith, Isaac, 2131-32 

Smith, Professor James, (1732) 4047 

Smith, Jasper, 933 

Smith, Jeremiah, 1846, 1855 

Smith, Johannes, of Marbletown, 
(1766) 4074 

Smith, Captain John, 453 

Smith, John, of London, 1787, 1797 

Smith, John, Presbyterian elder. New 
York City, (1766) 4046-48 

Smith, John, Esq., of Queens county, 
L. I., (1703) 1516, 2130, 2132-35, 
2138, (1761) 3S06 

Smith, Rev. John, of Amsterdam, 
Holland, (1693) 1060, 1279 

Smith, Rev. John, (pseudonym) 
a Jesuit Father, coming with Gov- 
ernor Dongan, (1700) 1413, 1435 

Smith, Jonathan, 1022 

Smith, Joseph, 1871, 2132 

Smith, Lawrence, 2024 

Smith, Leonard, (1770) 4184 

Smith, Mathys, 673 

Smith, Horace, 498 

Smith, Nehemiah, 922, 1518 

Smith, Patrick, 3891 

Smith, Phillips, 2024 

Smith, [Ricliard] leader of the colony 
■ to Xewtown, L. I., under Rev. 
Francis Doughty, (1650) 285 



Smith, Ricliard, of Nesaquake, L. I., 

(1666) 578 
Smith, Samuel, (1661), 498 
Smith, Samuel, (1703) 1516 
Smith, Samuel, of Jamaica, (1761) 

3806 
Smith, Rev. Samuel, pastor at Sara- 
toga, (1772) 4248, 4362, 4365, 
4377 
Smith, Samuel, sr, (1745) 2882 
Smith, Samuel, jr, (1745) 2882 
Smith, Seth, (1765) 4000 
Smith, Rev. [Symon?], missionary 
among the Indians, (1700) 1381, 
1495, 1555-56 
Smith, Rev. Symon, considered as a 
candidate for the rectorship of 
Trinity Church, (1696) 1172,1175; 
affirms that Rector Vesey prayed 
in public for Domine Delliua by 
name, (1699) 1334, 1378; sus- 
pended from ministerial functions 
by Bellomont for various impro- 
prieties and for immorality, (1700) 
1393-94, 1440O 
Smith, Thomas, (1719) 4047 
Smith, Thomas, 1518, 1788, 2174-75 
Smith, Thomas, (1766) 4046-48 
Smith, William, Esq., of Brookhaven, 

(1719) 2141-43 
Smith, Colonel William, member of 
New York Council, land grant to, 
(1698) 1227, 1245, 1298, 1315; 
chief justice, (1700) 1368, 1405; 
Supreme Court judge, 1441 ; presi- 
dent of the Council, ( 1701 ) 1466 
Smith, William, jr, (born 1728, 
died 1793), describes Trinity- 
Church, (1757) 3685, 3728, 3748; 
reply to his " History of New 
York," by Dr. Barclay, 3887, 3890; 
deacon in Presbyterian church, 
(1766) 4046^8; allusion, (1769) 
41506 



a The allusion In Domine Sel.vns's letter of September 30. 1096 to two Episcopal 
mlnlstors In tlio city ni that fhite must refer to Kev. Edmund Mott. cliaplnin to 
the troops, and Rev. Symon Smith who was In the city at the time as a possible 
cnndldatp for the rortorshlp of Trinity Church, possibly the same as the mis- 
sionary whose name precedes. 

h William Siiiitli, jr., wrote the history of New YorH down to 1732. This was 
pontinued by his son. 



ECCLESIASTICAL EECOEDS 



329 



Smith, Colonel William, sr, (born 
1697, died 1769), member of the 
Council (1753-67), attorney-gen- 
eral, (1752) 3218, 3480-82, 3506, 
(1755), 3554; allusions, 4290, 
4046-48 

Smith, Rev. William R., (1769) 4173, 
(1800) 4390 

Smith, a ship, 3903 

Smithfield, Pike county. Pa., 2964, 
3593 

Smits, Anna, an anabaptist, 300 

Smitt, Myndert Frederick, 737 

Smock, Mr, 2478 

Smock, Hen[ry], 2478 

Smoutius (Smout), Rev. Adrian, 48, 
49, 68, 70-73 

Smyrna, instructions to ministers 
going to, 100; a consistory to be 
established there, (1636) 107, 620, 
666, 703, 893, 1072, 3119, 3148 

Snealtridge, Dr George, 1787 

Snediker (Snedecore), Christian, 
1798-99 

Snediker, Elsie, 1885 

Snediker (Sneidger), Jan, 332, 362- 
63 

Snediker, John, 1798-99 

Snediker, Richard, 4211-12 

Snellius, Rev. Adrian, 185 

Snells Bush, N. Y., 4383, 4390 

Snethlage, Rev. M., 3058, 3060-63, 
3067-69, 3082, 3112, 3121 

Snow, a ship, 2140 

Snowhill, Md., 878 

Snyder, Mr, 4033 

Snyder, Jeremiah, 4011, 4029 

Snyder, John, jr, 4033 

Snyder, John W., 4280 

Snyder, Will, 4240 

Sobrisko, Joost, 3632 

Soccage, (1720) 2167 

Society for Promoting Christian 
Knowledge [founded, 17091, incor- 
porated at Boston, (1762) 3834 

Society for Promoting Christian 
Knowledge (Scotch), 3430 

Society for the Propagation of the 
Gospel in New England, 1174 



Society for the Relief of Widows and 
Orphans of Clergymen, [Episco- 
pal], (1784) 4325 

Society for Propagating the Gospel 
in Foreign Parts, allusions, 1175, 
1392-93; chartered, (1701), 1468; 
Robert Livingston applies to, for 
missionaries for the Indians, (1703) 
1549; two men ready. Rev. 
Thoroughgood jMoore and Rev. Mr 
Smith, the queen will allow £20 
to each missionary going, 1554-56; 
proposes to send a German minis- 
ter with the Palatines, (1709) 
1739; commissions Rev. Christo- 
pher Bridges to be pastor at Rye, 
(1709) 1795; allusion, 1772; ap- 
points Rev. Daniel Bondet of the 
French church at New Rochelle, 
as their missionary, upon his con- 
forming, (1709) 1808; names of 
the seven missionaries of the so- 
ciety, (1709) 1809; seeks for a 
proper German minister to go 
with the Palatines, (Dec. 1709) 
1811; Rev. John F. Haegar ap- 
pointed and ordained thereto, 
1816-17; letters from Haegar, the 
Lutherans have separated them- 
selves, (1710) 1871; further re- 
ports from Haegar, 1880; the 
Palatines in Carolina ask the so- 
ciety for a minister, 1884; corres- 
pondence with Colonels Morris and 
Heathcote, (1712) 1899-1903, 1905- 
12 ; Colonel Morris to John Cham- 
berlayne, Esq. about the missions, 
(1712) 1906-9; Governor Hunter 
to the S. P. G., (1712) 1912-15; 
to the bishop of London, 1917-19; 
the governor's address to the 
Anglican clergy, 1919-22; Rev. 
Poyer to S. P. G., (1712) 1922- 
23 ; society petitions the queen to 
allow appeals in all cases, irre- 
spective of the amount, of Angli- 
can ministers and churches, 1963- 
64, 1971, 1990; receives a legacy 
of £1000 from Rev. Jacob Hen- 



330 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 



Society for Propagating the Gospel 
in Foreign Parts {continued) 
derson, (1751) 1991; correspond- 
ence of society with Rev. J. F. 
Haegar, pastor of the Palatines, 
(July 8, 1713) 2003-6; journal of 
S. P. G., 2011; the society sup- 
ports all the Anglican ministers 
except Mr Vesey, (1714) 2015; 
Haegar to the S. P. G., (July 19, 
1714) 2059-61; his parochial 
notes, 2061-63; Poyer to the 
S. P. G., (Nov. 2, 1714) 2072-74; 
journal of the society, (1714) 
2074-76; allusion by the Dutch 
ministers to the support of Angli- 
can minister by this S. P. G., (1715) 
2086; Haegar to the S. P. G., 
(May 19, 1715) 2093-94; journal 
of S. P. G., 2097; Haegar to the 
S. P. G., (Oct. 24, 1715) 2102; 
sends a petition to the king for 
support of missionary among the 
Palatines, (1716) 2107-8, 2115- 
16; Haegar to the S. P. G., (Sept. 

1716) 2109-11, 2112; Poyer to the 
S. P. G., 2113; the members of the 
Anglican church at Jamaica to 
S. P. G., (Feb. 6, 1717) 2114-15; 
Haegar to the S. P. G., (Oct. 20, 

1717) 2116-18; Poyer to S. P. G., 
(Oct. 24, 1717) 2119; S. P. G. to 
Poyer, (Nov. 23, 1717) 2120; 
S. P. G.'s action on Haegar's letter, 
(Oct. 24, 1718) 2124; Poyer to 

the S. P. G., (Nov. 4, 1718) 2126, 
(Feb. 23, 1719) 2127-28; the 
S. P. G. presents Mr Haegar £50 
and 50 copies of " Common Prayer " 
in German are also sent to him, 
(1721) 2185, 2187; Rev. Mr 
Vesey writes to S. P. G., (1722) 
2190-91; Mr Haegar has died, the 
£50 given to his widow, (1722) 
2191; allusions, 2357, 2360, 2547; 
gives Rev. Ehlig £20, 2535, 2549, 
2561, 2565, 2596; spends £635 
sterling a year on her mis- 
sions in New York, 2643-44; 



Society for Propagating the Gospel 
in Foreign Parts (continued) 
each missionary, who is also a 
school teacher, receives £65 ster- 
ling ($390), 2644-^5; allusions, 
2675, 2677, 2717, 2767, 2796, 2820, 
2856, 2882, 2932-33, 3056, 3611- 
12, 3716-17, 3728, 3734, 3746, 
3749-50, 3799; allusions, 3804, 
3863, 3917, 3952, 3997, 4058, 4084; 
allusions, 3810, 3816-17, 3865, 
3902 ; rights of the society in 
Cumberland county, N. Y., 4090- 
92, 4137, 4180, 4290, 4292, (1779) 
4305 

Society Library, New York, 4186 

Socinians, 2429 

Solinus, Rev. Peter, 528 

Soller (Soler), Rev. Joachim, in 
Brazil, 42, 191. See also list of 
ministers in Brazil on p. 21 of this 
Index 

Solms, Germany, 3687 

Solomonsz, Jan, 2149, 2153 

Solsteyn, Henricus, 1113 

Somer, Rev. William Nicolay, see 
Somerus, Rev. Wilhelmus 

Somer. See also Soomer 

Somer s. Lord John, 1420, 1787 

Somerset, Charles [Seymour, 6th], 
duke of, 1787 

Somerset county, N. J., 4213 

Somerus Rev. Wilhelmus, 34, 116, 
148 

Somner (Somer), Rev. Peter M., 
Lutheran at Schoharie, (1753) 
3400 

Sonmans (Sonman), Mr 1953, 1992 

Sonnemans, Peter, see Tonnemans, 
Peter 

Sons of Liberty, (1775) 1449; burn 
Rev. Dr Myles Cooper's writings 
— " The American Querist," "A 
Friendly Address to all Reasonable 
Americans,"' (1774) 4186 

Soomer, Rev. Barnardus, at Amster- 
dam, 665 

Sophia, Princess, granddaughter of 
Ftederic V, king of Bohemia, 



ECCLESIASTICAL EEC0KD3 



331 



Sophia, Princess (continued) 

marries the duke of Hanover, 1782, 
1821 

Sopus, see Esopus 

Souder, Miss Mary, 4272 

Soumajin, Simeon, 2026 

Sourland, see Harlingen 

Soutberg, a ship, 84 

South Carolina, 878 

South Dutch Church, New York 
City (1693) a name given to the 
church in Garden street, after the 
erection of a second building in 
Kassau street in 1729; allusions, 
743, 828, 852-54, 856, 880, 929, 
950-51, (1691) 1030, 1032, 1034, 
1035, 1043; dedicated, (1692) 
1046, 1108, 1137, 1172, 1218-19, 
1261, 1268, 1357, 4031-32, 4059, 
4061, 4065, 4067-68, 4074, 4076, 
4078-79, 4107, 4180-81, 4200-2, 
4238, 4256, 4259, 4265, 4267, 4272, 
4283 

South Holland, Synod of, 123, 125- 
26, 130-31, 134, 158, 160, 173-75, 
184-85, 212, 874-75, 902, 1008, 
1430, 1435, 4098-99, 4207. See 
also Xorth Holland 

South river (Delaware river. New 
Amstel or New Castle), visited by 
Director Jlay and Fort Nassau 
built, (1623) 37, 86, 188, 213; 
allusions, 214, 275; expulsion of 
Swedish ministers from Fort 
Christina, (1655) 340; Stuy- 
vesant forbids Jews to trade on 
South river, disapproved by the 
company, 352; Waldenses and 
Huguenots emigrate to, about 
$7000 raised to assist them, 353- 
54; conditions offered by the city 
of Amsterdam to emigrants to, 
356; about 300 colonists collected, 
a minister to accompany them, 
about $14,500 raised to meet all 
expenses, (1657) 371; Eev. Everar- 
du8 Welius chosen as minister, 
372-79, 421; Everardus Pietersen 
goes as schoolmaster, 378-79, 381- 



South river {continued) 

82; church matters not very satis- 
factory, 395; Fort Nassau aban- 
doned (1651), and Fort Casimir 
built lower down, captured by the 
Swedes, but retaken by the Dutch, 
a reader appointed, Hjort, the 
Swedish minister returns to 
Sweden, 395; Fort Christina also 
taken by the Dutch, and Nertunius, 
the Swedish minister, sent away, 
but Lokenius allowed to remain 
with his flock, 395-96, 398; letter 
from Schoolmaster Petersen to a 
friend in Holland, 401-3; day of 
fasting, thanksgiving and prayer 
observed, (Mar. 13, 1658) 419; 
the classis opposes the permission 
of Lutheran worship at New 
Amstel, two elders and deacons 
chosen, (1659) 446-47; death of 
Domine Welius, 456-59, 471, 496; 
West India Company sells their 
rights on the South river to the 
city of Amsterdam, (1662) 521; 
certain Mennonites to be conveyed 
thither, 524; another Reformed 
pastor to be sent, (1663) 529; 
Eev. Abel Zetscoorn, a Swedish 
minister, officiating, 531-32, 536; 
Rev. Warnerus Hadson sent by the 
classis, but dies on the passage 
over, (1664) 543, 549; sufferings 
of the people at, from the English 
soldiery, 576; bad conduct of 
Domine Fabritius at New Castle, 
(1669) 607; he is about to remove 
thither, (1670) 609, 021; Martin 
Hoffman of New York permitted to 
go to South river to raise money 
to build a Lutheran church in New 
York, 622; petition of certain par- 
ties to Governor Andros, for a 
grant of 4000 acres of land at the 
falls of the Delaware (Trenton), 
with freedom of worship, (1072) 
627; the renewed Dutch governor 
directs that the religion of the 
Synod of Dort be taught on the 



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South river { continued) 

South river, (1673) 637; Fabritiua 
suspended from ministerial func- 
tions for a year, 640-41; troubles 
in the church of New Castle; 
Fabritius again involved; siim- 
moned before Governor Andros, 
(1675) 673-75; the Swedes and 
Finns of Cranehook object to his 
ministry, 676; is finally suspended, 
677; order of Governor Andros for 
any three ministers of the province 
to meet, examine and ordain Rev. 
Peter Tessclienmacher as minister 
of the Reformed church on the 
South river, (1679) 724; his exam- 
ination, ordination and letters on 
the subject, 726-35, 753-54, 782- 
83, 823-24; his ministry there 
(1679-83), serving New Castle and 
neighboring places, 778; leaves 
New Castle for Staten Island, 
(1683) 867-68, 882; allusions, 770, 
795, 823, 830-34, 837-39, 849, 867- 
68, 876, 879, 956, 970, 976, 1052, 
1085, 1593 

Southampton, England,