In December 1685, he witnessed a bond in Albany. In 1687, '88, '89, and again in 1691 and '92, he was elected assistant alderman for the first ward. In 1689, his first ward property was taxed on an Albany subscription list.
He was a member of the "Convention" that governed Albany during the reign of Jacob Leisler. He was appointed an ensign of the Albany soldiers in March 1689. Afterwards, he was re-elected to the Albany council. Healso served as a juror and quartered soldiers.
Rynier Barents Ryndertsen died or had left Albany by the mid-1690s!
Sources: The life of Rynier Barents Ryndertsen is CAP biography number 2476. This sketch is derived chiefly from community-based resources. We seek defining information on his origins and early life.
first posted: 4/15/05