Van Sinderin, Ulpianus

Van Sinderin, Ulpianus a Reformed (Dutch) minister, was born in Holland, and emigrated to America, being called in the place of Vincentius Antonides, in 1746, to preach at Brooklyn, Flatlands, Bushwick, New Utrecht, Flatbush, and Gravesend, where he ministered until 1784, and then resigned. In the beginning of this pastorate he incurred the displeasure of Johannes Arondens, a former pastor and troublesome spirit, by officiating at a marriage shortly after his arrival. The quarrel occasioned considerable trouble, but was afterwards forgotten. He died Oct. 1,1803. See Corwin, Manual of the Ref. Church in America, s.v.

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