-----HENDRICKS AND HENDRICKSON FAMILY OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJFAMILY REUNION
Everyone interested in the Hendrickson Cemetery is invited!!
Saturday November 13, 2010at Old Brick Church, 490 County HighwayNo. 520 East,Marlboro, NJChurch Office:732-946-8860Tues - Thur9:30 to 4 PM There are picnic grounds near the back of the church and an annex building, Volharden Hall.This is the same place that we had our first family reunion in June 1999
3 PM - 5 PMOutdoor picnic;Tour of the cemetery of the Reformed Dutch Church of the Navesink now Old Brick Church.The church was founded in 1699 and later built on Hendrickson Hill (granted by Daniel and William Hendricks(on).They were both buried in the Hendrickson Cemetery on Laurel Avenue in Holmdel.The original Daniel Hendrickson house was on the corner of Laurel and Holland Avenue.His brother, William, had a house and sawmill nearby on the Mahoras Creek which parallels Laurel Avenue.
5 PM - 6 PM"The Founding of New Netherland" and "The Origin of the Hendricks(on) Family"A recent discovery in the 300-year-old papers in the New York State Archives by DelLynn Leavitt, the genealogist for the Henry Hendricks Family, has revealed the origin of the Hendricks(on) Family of Monmouth County, NJ.Dr. Andrew Hendricks will discuss this totally unexpected finding.DelLynn Leavitt and his family are flying out from Idaho to join us.LeAnn Hord and her daughter, Ann, are coming from Texas to assist at the meeting.An updated copy of Dr. Hendricks' bookThe Hendricks and Hendrickson Family of Monmouth County, NJ will be available.
6 PM - 7 PM or laterHendricks and Hendrickson Family Association meeting Discussion of the destruction of the Hendrickson Cemetery.This meeting is important to establish legal standing in order to receive any funds for the restoration of the Hendrickson Cemetery.Without legal standing, we can not restore the cemetery.
Sunday, November 14th, 2010
10 PMChurch Service at Old Brick Church(see address and phone number for the church above) 2 PMLecture on "Daniel Hendrickson1723-1788:Early Monmouth County Merchant, Entrepeneur, Artist, and Musician" by Joe Hammond at the Monmouth County Historical Association, 70 Court Street, Freehold, NJ
Hope you can all make it to the Family Reunion!.
Andrew A. Hendricks, MD 103 Rosewood Drive Lumberton, NC28358 910 738-7154Office 910 738-4455Fax