Isaac H. Bogert
In January 1789, he married eighteen-year-old Catharina Visscher at the Albany Dutch church. Their daughter was born in December. Perhaps the marriage only produced one more child. In 1815, he was identified as an church elder
In 1796 and 1800, he served as a fireman in Albany.
In 1813, Isaac Bogert was listed in the city directory as a resident of 77 Court Street. Subsequent directories further document his Albany residency at several addresses along North and South Market Street. He also was called "Colonel" Isaac H. Bogert.
According to his family bible record, Isaac H. Bogert died of apoplexy on September 22 1841. He was buried in the church cemetery. His widow passed in 1845.
Sources: The life of Isaac H. Bogert is CAP biography number 6106. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources. Family information from his bible appears online.
first posted: 2/10/07; revised 10/25/08