A second source is available through Kinship Books. "Baptism Record of the Stone Arabia Reformed Church," transcribed by Arthur C. M. Kelly covers the years 1739 to 1899.
Persons with the surname BROUWER or BROWER, extracted from the version published by Arthur C. M. Kelly are now available online. This scanned PDF is from the William B. Bogardus Collection.
Brouwer-Brower, Baptism record of the Reformed Dutch Church of Stone Arabia
Today, Stone Arabia is a hamlet within the Town of Palatine in Montgomery County, New York. It is located on the north side of the Mohawk River. The original settlers consisted of German immigrants from the Palatine and descendants of Dutch families that had first settled in the areas of Schenectady and Albany in the 1600s. Among the earliest settlers was Willem Brouwer/Brower, who is often claimed as (but not proven to be) a son of Willem Brouwer and Lysbeth Drinckvelt of Beverwijck.
|The Stone Arabia Church in 2010|