In June 1742, he married Lena Boom. By 1757, the marriage had produced seven children who were christened at Albany churches. However, these Bromleys witnessed baptisms and received burial services from the Dutch church.
In 1742 and 1743, he had entered into an agreement with the Albany city government to live in the house of Samuel Drury and to maintain and repair it.
William Bromley's widow was identified on an Albany "poor list" in 1799.
Sources: The life of William Bromley is CAP biography number 5965. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted: 10/30/06