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Old 11-20-2009, 11:15 AM
Location: Not where you ever lived
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People resist change, so did the Dutch Church on Long Island. Eighty years after the first baptism was recorded, little had changed.

1677: Elderd Lucasz, Stintie Hendriks; Lucas; Gerrit Snedeker, Egbertie Jansen

1685: Hendrick Jorisz Brinkerhof, Klaasje Kornelis Boomgaert; Jacobus; Gerrit van Kouvenhoven, Joris Abrahams Brinkerhof, Weintie Kornelis Bogart.

1722: Giljam Cornell, Cornelia; Giljam; Dom. van de Veer and wife Jannetie.

1754: Joris Brinkerhof, Lametie Monfort; Hendrik;

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