His adult life in the community began in August 1730 when he purchased a lot on the "plain." In that year, his lot was on the north side of Hudson Street and east of what became South Pearl - a location that stayed in the family for the rest of the century.
After the 1740s, a number of contemporary individuals named John Kidney living in and around Albany complicate further reconstructing this individual's life.
In 1763, two John Kidneys are included on the list of Albany freeholders.
We seek defining information on the later life and passing of this early Albany resident named Johannes Kidney.
Sources: The life of Johannes Kidney is CAP biography number 5986. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted: 3/10/08