Place:Marbletown, Ulster, New York, United States


Coordinates41.883°N 74.1°W
Located inUlster, New York, United States
Contained Places
Marbletown Cemetery
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Marbletown is a town in Ulster County, New York, United States. The population was 5,607 at the 2010 census.

The Town of Marbletown is near the center of Ulster County, southwest of the City of Kingston. US 209 and NY 213 pass through the town. It is at the eastern edge of the Catskill Park.


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The area was settled around 1638 but received its patent (to Henry Beekman, Thomas Garton, and Charles Brodhead) only in 1703. The community of Marbletown once served briefly as the state capital, after the city of Kingston was burned by the British during the American Revolutionary War. Part of Marbletown was used in 1823 to form the Town of Olive and another part was used in 1844 to form the Town of Rosendale. The Town of Marbletown was formed in 1844.

The Bevier Stone House, Rest Plaus Historic District, and Cornelius Wynkoop Stone House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Marbletown had a First Reformed Dutch Church, the records of which have been copied, filmed, transcribed, indexed in a variety of ways, some filmed, some not. Here is an overview of what is available at the LDS Family History Library. Be sure to cite the appropriate source you use.

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  1. Baptisms of the First Dutch Reformed Church, Marbletown, Ulster County, N.Y., 1746-1798: transcribed from the original church books at Stone Ridge, N.Y.  Zimm, Louise Hasbrouck, 1883-
Typescript (photocopy).
Contents: Vol. 1-2. 1746-1787 -- Vol. 3. 1772-1798.
 Includes index.
GS #860284 may not circulate to family history centers.
The filmed portions contain overlapping dates. There were two distinct records of baptisms kept by the coetus and conferentis parties of the Dutch Reformed Church prior to the Revolution.. Filmed by GSU 1971 on 2 reels; vol 1-2 (860283 Item 7); vol. 3 (860284 Item 1)
  2. Church records, 1746-1871 Dutch Reformed Church (Marbletown, New York). 
Translated from the original church books at Stone Ridge, N. Y., with name index by Louise Hasbrouck Zimm
Microreproduction of typescript (3 v.) translated in 1938.
Filmed by GSU 1977: 1016565 Items 1-3.
  3. Church records, 1746-1871  Reformed Dutch Church (Marbletown, Ulster County, New York)
Microreproduction of original records at the New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Text in Dutch and English. Contains records of baptisms, marriages, deaths, minutes of meetings, lists of members, admissions. Filmed by GSU 1974. 961880.
  4. Church records, 17th, 18th centuries. Dutch Reformed Church (Marbletown, New York). Microreproduction of ms. Manuscript on film. English. 497536 Item 11
  5. Source:First Dutch Reformed Church, Marbletown, Ulster, New York computer printout; births or christenings, 1746-1798|First Dutch Reformed Church, Marbletown, Ulster, New York computer printout; births or christenings, 1746-1798 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Department. C-50550-1. Extracted from: Baptisms of the First Dutch Reformed Church, Marbletown, Ulster County, N. Y. 1746-1767. 974.734/M1 K2z. 883694 Item 10.
  6. Source:Vital records of North Marbletown Reformed Church (print), Ulster County, New York, 1737-1944, baptisms 1746-1944, marriages 1796-1930 [and] Stone Ridge Methodist Church, Ulster County, New York, marriages 1858-1875, baptisms 1874-1884  Worden, Jean D. copied and indexed by Mrs. Jean D. Worden. Includes index. Includes cemetery records for Marbletown, High Falls, and Stone Ridge; and some other miscellaneous records. Books/monographs (not filmed).
  7. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at Marbletown, N.Y., 1746-1803.  Versteeg, Dingman. Microfilm of handwritten transcript (p. 151-323) in possession of the Holland Society of New York, New York City. Copied from the original records by Dingman Versteeg. Contains baptisms, some with birth dates, 1746-1803; elders and deacons, 1746-1778; extracts from minutes of meetings, 1771, 1786; list of members, 1771; marriages, 1796-1803; subscribers, 1751, 1764. Filmed by GSU 1977: 1016561 Item 3. Another filming (1939): 17746.
  8. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Marbletown and Stone Ridge, Ulster County, N.Y., 1746-1859  Reformed Dutch Church (Stone Ridge, Ulster County, New York). Microfilm of handwritten transcript (371, 48 p.) at the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York City. Contains ministers, 1753-1859; baptisms, 1746-1858; marriages, 1787-1855. Manuscript on filme (filmed by GSU 1941): 17747
  9. Vital records of North Marbletown Reformed Church, Marbletown, Ulster County, NY, 1851-1995: baptisms - 1852-1995; marriages - 1887-1994; deaths - 1885-1960; members - 1851-1995  Kelly, Arthur C. M. Transcribed and indexed by Arthur C.M. Kelly. Includes index. Book, not filmed!
  10. Marbletown Church records, Reformed Dutch Church, Stone Ridge, Ulster County., New York : baptisms, 1806-1860, 1868-1955; marriages, 1868-1953; deaths, 1868-1955Stmnt.Resp.compiled by Kenneth E. Hasbrouck. Microreproduction of original typescript (2 v.) written in 1957. Baptisms, 1806-1860 copied by Louise H. Zimm. Includes index. Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967. 529192 Item 4: Baptisms 1868-1955 Marriages 1868-1953 Deaths 1868-1955. 529194 Item 6: Baptisms 1806-1860.
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