This record has gone through a number of iterations all of which could have introduced errors. I want to be sure when I cite the marriage it that it is clear that this is three steps away from the original. I used EE 7.31 Typescripts of Registers as my guide.
The record can be found on Ancestry here: https://tinyurl.com/y49sfars
The beginning of the "book" can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/yywvzzlx
In case the links don't work the recordset on Ancestry as "U.S. Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989" New York>Clarkstown>Clarkstown, Book 50C
I did not include the Ancestry information in my citation because I haven't decided where I what to place the emphasis. Typically I emphasis the original record with Ancestry being the "repository" at the end of a citation.
This is what I have come up with for the layer concerning the actual record.
Nicholas G Blauvelt, “The Marriage Records of The Reformed Dutch Churches of Tappen and Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York, 1694-1831” (typescript, 1932, The Holland Society, New York), volume 50-C, p. 46 in parenthesis bottom of page, entry 200, 1750, McDoegel [sic], Alexander marriage to McDonnell, Catarina [Catherine]; complied from Walter Kenneth Griffin’s compilation of the same title, 1909, New York, page 94 of translations made by Reverend David Cole D.D. circa 1884. Blauvelt notes that Cole had questions to what Catherine’s surname was recording it as McDonnell or Ouwell.
I am not sure about the punctuation surrounding "page 94" or if a qualifier should be added.
Ann C Gilchrest