In December 1766, she married twenty-eight-year-old Wilhelmus Mancius - a Kingston minister's son who recently had come to Albany on business. Following his marriage, Mancius settled in Albany and later became a physician and apothecary of some repute. By 1784, their eight children had been baptized in the Albany Dutch church where both parents were pewholders.
Anna Ten Eyck Mancius lost her husband in 1808. Beginning in 1813, she was identified as the principal personage living in the Mancius house at 52 Market Street (afterwards called 314 North Market) until her death in August 1816 at age seventy-four. She was buried in the Dutch church plot of the Washington Park cemetery.
first posted: 1/10/03; revised 4/25/10