The Old Dutch Church of Kingston, NY Writes Statement of Reconciliation for Slavery and Racism.

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“…we the Consistory and Congregation of the First Protestant Reformed Dutch Church, known as “Old Dutch Church,” acknowledge with deep regret our history of dehumanizing racism that allowed for the enslavement and subsequent segregation of our sisters and brothers of African descent.”

 

Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church

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The following link are materials taken from the Baptismal and Marriage registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, NY. ┬áPage 52 – Baptism register for people of “Colour” (old original book – Volume 4 – page 310).

Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kin

From the 1855 Census – Black Households in Kingston

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The following link are materials from the 1855 Census, Volume 1, Ulster County NY that lists Black households in Kingston, NY.

Kingston Census 1855

From the 1840 Census: Kingston Families Listing Free Black Residents

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The following link is research taken from the 1840 Census of Ulster County, NY of Kingston families listing free Black residents.

1840 Census – Kingston Families Listing Free Black Residents

1810 – 1909 Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church, Kingston NY

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Click on the link below to view Marriages from the Old Dutch Church in Kingston, NY designated as “Colored” from 1810 to 1909.

1810-1909 Marriages of the Old Dutch Church Designated as Color

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