Benjamin Bogert was a carpenter who worked locally and as far away as at Oswego. His career lasted at least thru 1767. In that year, he was listed on a city assessment roll in a third ward house that he shared with his son.
Benjamin Bogert lost his wife before September 1767 when he posted a bond to administer her estate. He may have died in 1770. In 1788, he still owed eight shillings to the estate of a deceased Albany physician.
Sources: The life of Benjamin Bogert is CAP biography number 6058. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted: 7/25/07