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Rev. Andrew N. KITTLE of Red Hook, New York 18
Posted by: J. transcriber (ID *****1076) Date: March 06, 2012 at 08:00:34
In Reply to: Kittle, Kittel, Godel by Nick Roach of 676

Nick,
Was the minister or clery Rev. [Reverand]
Andrew N. KITTLE of Eastern New York including Red Hook, NY, your ancestor? He was not my ancestor. I do not have any other information on he or his family other than names and dates of some of the couples he married. I am not related.

from the book: 10,000 Vital Records of Eastern New York 1777-1834 by Fred Q.
Bowman, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1987:

page 83
no. 2852
"Elmendorf, Cornelius Edmund m 5/13/29 Ann Maria Pitcher in Red Hook; Rev. Andrew N. Kittle (8-5/20)."
from the Dutchess County Historical Society's COLLECTIONS, VOLUME 4, undated by probably 1930 (available in reprint from the Society in Poughkeepsie, NY.)
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page 225
no. 7745
"Sharp, Abraham, merchant, m 2/21/21 Helen C. Pitcher, dau of Capt. John, all of Red Hook; Rev. Kittle (8-3/7)."
from the Dutchess County Historical Society's COLLECTIONS, VOLUME 4, undated by probably 1930 (available in reprint from the Society in Poughkeepsiem NY.)
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Note: from page v [part of, edited]
In his third volumne series of vital records drawn from early New York newspapers records are drawn from the marriage and death columns of newspapers published prior to 1835. There are 5192 marriages and 4920 deaths listed. Birth announcements were not published in these early papers.

Marriage officials are identified in the appendix. Towns of residence are by no means confined to eastern New York, i.e, Island of St. Thomas, etc.

The numbers given in parenthesis at the end of each entry are source citations. The first number identifies the newspaper; the remaining numbers (following the dash) refer to the month and day of publication, and less frequently the year of publication. Unless given in the citation, the year of issue of the newspaper is that of the vital record itself.

You're welcome,
volunteer, j.



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