We seek informaton for him during the struggle for American independence.
As early as 1787, he was counted as a member of the Albany Lutheran church.
In 1790, no Jacob Hinderer was counted among the heads of households in New York State. However, in 1799, his Pine Street house and lot were valued on the second ward assessment rolls. In 1800, his household numbered three adults (including a younger couple) and four children. The second ward assessment for 1802 valued his holdings similarly.
A widower for over a decade, Jacob Hinderer was buried from the Lutheran Ebenezer Church in early January 1806. This Albany resident had lived for seventy-four years.
Sources: The life of Jacob Hinderer is CAP biography number 8467. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted: 9/20/12; revised 1/1/13