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401. Herbert S. Ackerman, Descendants of Roelof Van Houten of 1638, Ridgewood, N.J. : H.S. Ackerman, 1945, p. 109.
402. Compiled by Robert J. Hazekamp Jr., Early Paterson Newspapers Marriage & Death Notices 1822-1867, Passaic County Historical Society & Genealogy Club, 2013, from the Mattie M. Bowman Collection, p. 200.
403. Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA. Batch #: M512402, Sheet #: , Source Call #: 0584579 V. A-C.
404. Maryjane Proctor, Family Chronicles of the Paterson Intelligencer Newspaper, Marriages & Deaths 1825-1856, Passaic County Historical Society, New Jersey, p. 94.
405. “Records of births, marriages and deaths of New Jersey, 1848-1900,” Marriages, deaths Passaic Co. v. AC 1848-1867, Microfilm, FHL US/CAN Film 584579, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, viewed 22 July 2003, Bk AC: page 20.
406. Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA. Film #: 183590, Page #: , Ordinance #: 853.
407. “Records of births, marriages and deaths of New Jersey, 1848-1900,” Marriages, deaths Passaic Co. v. AC 1848-1867, Microfilm, FHL US/CAN Film 584579, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, viewed 22 July 2003, Bk AC: page89.
408. Herbert S. Ackerman and Arthur J. Goff, Records of Four Methodist Churches in Northern New Jersey, Reprint by Bergen Historic Books, Inc.; Robert D. Griffin, original publisher: Englewood, New Jersey, original 1948; reprint 2002, p. 38.
409. “Records of births, marriages and deaths of New Jersey, 1848-1900,” Marriages, deaths Passaic Co. v. AC 1848-1867, Microfilm, FHL US/CAN Film 584579, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, viewed 22 July 2003, Bk AC: page 283.
410. “Abraham G. Post Household,” 1840 U.S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, Manchester Township, page 012, line 1, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication M704-258.
411. “Hannah Post Household (living with David D. Demarest),” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Paterson, p. 380, Dwelling 115, Family 165, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 42, born abt 1806.
412. “Interment Name Index, Cedar Lawn Cemetery,” McLean Boulevard and Crooks Avenue, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, received 12 July 2000, photocopies of records requested by compiler, #12747.
413. “Death Certificate of Hannah Post,” 4 November 1895, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, number P37, certified correct photocopy from microfilm or electronic image of original document, New Jersey Vital Records, Trenton, New Jersey.
414. “Samuel Fisher's Census,” Paterson, N.J., 1824-1832.
415. William Nelson, History of the Old Dutch Church of Totowa, Paterson, New Jersey 1755-1827 including Baptismal Register 1756-1808, Press Printing and Publishing, Paterson, New Jersey, 1892.
416. “Hannah Post Household (living with David D. Demarest),” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Paterson, p. 380, Dwelling 115, Family 165, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 17, born abt 1833.
417. “Records of births, marriages and deaths of New Jersey, 1848-1900,” Marriages, deaths Passaic Co. v. AC 1848-1867, Microfilm, FHL US/CAN Film 584579, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, viewed 22 July 2003, p. 57.
418. “Post Family Bible, 1832,” Original in possession of Beatrice Marvel, 230 McGraw Hill Rd., Sturgis, KY 42459, Original photographed 1977; slides held by Nancy Ratay, 26 February 1838.
419. Rev. Theo. W. Welles, D.D., The Pastor and the Church or Rev. John H. Duryea, D.D. and the 2nd Reformed Church at Paterson, N.J., Board of Publication of the Reformed Church in America, New York, 1896, 26 February 1838, baptised 11 April 1841.
420. “Hannah Post Household (living with David D. Demarest),” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Paterson, p. 380, Dwelling 115, Family 165, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 12, born abt 1838.
421. “Death of Margaret J. Nesbit,” 27 December 1916, Manhattan, New York, New York, Reg. No. 36432, Department of Health of the City of New York, Municipal Archives, Microfilm FHL 1322400, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, 12 February 1838.
422. “Post Family Bible, 1832,” Original in possession of Beatrice Marvel, 230 McGraw Hill Rd., Sturgis, KY 42459, Original photographed 1977; slides held by Nancy Ratay, side note on Bible says 1915.
423. “Death of Margaret J. Nesbit,” 27 December 1916, Manhattan, New York, New York, Reg. No. 36432, Department of Health of the City of New York, Municipal Archives, Microfilm FHL 1322400, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
424. Compiled by Robert J. Hazekamp Jr., Early Paterson Newspapers Marriage & Death Notices 1822-1867, Passaic County Historical Society & Genealogy Club, 2013, from the Mattie M. Bowman Collection, p. 161.
425. “Peter Winters Household,” 1840 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, Manchester Township, page 012, line 7, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication M704 roll 258, in age category 70-80.
426. “Peter Winters Household, living with Garret Doremus,” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Manchester Township, p. 384, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 74, born New Jersey.
427. “Will of Peter W. Winters,” Passaic #481 1854, Passaic County, NJ, Vol. A-B 1835-1865, FHL US/CAN Film #955713, photocopy.
428. Colista Evelyn Brown Stuewer, The DeGraw Family in America 1638-1978, reprint by Bergen Historic Books, Inc., Robert D. Griffin, Publisher, August 1985, reprint September 2002.
429. “Peter Winters Household, living with Garret Doremus,” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Manchester Township, p. 384, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 70, born New York.
430. “Jerry Doremous Household with Elizabeth Winters,” 1860 U. S. Census, Essex County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7th Ward Newark, p. 216, National Archives, Denver, Colorado, Micropublication Film M653-689, age 80, born New Jersey.
431. “Rachel A. Doremus Household,” 1880 U. S. Census, Essex County, New Jersey, population schedule, city of Newark, Vol. 76, E.D. 86, sheet 16, line 10, page 242D, 72 Sheffield Street, dwelling 108, family 173, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film T9-779.
432. “Records of births, marriages and deaths of New Jersey, 1848-1900,” Deaths Atlantic-Hudson v. 8 1880-1881, Microfilm, FHL US/CAN Film 589829, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, viewed 24 July 2003.
433. Arthur C.M. Kelly, Baptism Record of the Clarkstown Reformed Church, West Nyack, Rockland County, NY 1749-1899, Kinship, Rhinebeck, NY, 1998, #553.
434. Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA. Film #: 445737, Page #: , Ordinance #: 67954.
435. William Nelson, The Doremus Family in America 1687-1987, edited by Edith Whitcraft Eberhart, Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore, 1990.
436. “Peter Winters Household, living with Garret Doremus,” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Manchester Township, p. 384, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 28, born New Jersey.
437. “Jerry Doremous Household with Elizabeth Winters,” 1860 U. S. Census, Essex County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7th Ward Newark, p. 216, National Archives, Denver, Colorado, Micropublication Film M653-689, age 38, born New Jersey.
438. “Garret Doremus Household,” 1870 U. S. Census, Essex County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7th Ward, Newark, p. 128 or sh 255, dwelling 476, family 2175, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M593-881, age 47, born New Jersey.
439. “Peter Winters Household, living with Garret Doremus,” 1850 U. S. Census, Passaic County, New Jersey, population schedule, Manchester Township, p. 384, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M432-461, age 33, born New Jersey.
440. “Jerry Doremous Household with Elizabeth Winters,” 1860 U. S. Census, Essex County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7th Ward Newark, p. 216, National Archives, Denver, Colorado, Micropublication Film M653-689, age 45, born New Jersey.
441. “Garret Doremus Household,” 1870 U. S. Census, Essex County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7th Ward, Newark, p. 128 or sh 255, dwelling 476, family 2175, National Archives, Denver, CO, Micropublication Film M593-881, age 52, born New Jersey.
442. Maryjane Proctor, Family Chronicles of the Paterson Intelligencer Newspaper, Marriages & Deaths 1825-1856, Passaic County Historical Society, New Jersey, p. 53.
443. “Death of John Hindle,” 30 May 1849, Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey, St. Pauls’ Episcopal Church Records, information sent to me by Arlette Keri.
444. “Interment Name Index, Cedar Lawn Cemetery,” McLean Boulevard and Crooks Avenue, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, received 12 July 2000, photocopies of records requested by compiler, #8924.
445. “Death Certificate of Elizabeth Hindle,” 18 November 1882, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, H59, certified correct photocopy from microfilm or electronic image of original document, New Jersey Vital Records, Trenton, New Jersey.
446. “Records of births, marriages and deaths of New Jersey, 1848-1900,” Deaths Hunterdon-Warren V. 13 1882-1883, Microfilm, FHL US/CAN Film 589834, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, viewed 22 July 2003.
447. “Interment Name Index, Cedar Lawn Cemetery,” McLean Boulevard and Crooks Avenue, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, received 12 July 2000, photocopies of records requested by compiler, #6011.
448. “Marriage of John Hindle and Elizabeth Lawton,” 14 February 1820, Oldham, Lancashire, England, St. Mary’s Church, Oldham, Parish Records, Marriages 1809-1828, FHL BRITISH Film 1656118, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, page 12h, No. 372 on FHL film 1656118.
449. “Death Certificate of Elizabeth L. Hindle,” 15 January 1883, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, H74, certified correct photocopy from microfilm or electronic image of original document, New Jersey Vital Records, Trenton, New Jersey.
450. Family History Library, “British Births and Christenings, 1538-1973 Database,” http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#start, viewed 5 August 2010, Parish Registers for St. George Church (Staleybridge, Cheshire), FHL films 2113210 and 2356038.
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