Myndert was a mainline coppersmith who settled at what became 48 Court (617 South Market) Street in a modest home that was served by two slaves. He was called a"tin plate worker and was a charter member of the Albany Mechanics Society. In 1796, he was a member of an Albany fire company.
Myndert Lansing died in April 1814 at the age of forty-six. His will passed probate later that month. His widow remained in their South Market Street home for many years before passing on in March 1845.
Sources: The life of Myndert Lansing is CAP biography number 3635. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted: 6/20/08