In 1727, he was among those who were compensated by the provincial government for provisioning and otherwise assisting the troops at Oswego. As late as early 1735 his name was found among those supplying "strouds and rum" for Oswego.
In 1734, he was appointed firemaster for the second ward.
Perhaps he married Lydia Van Alstine in November 1733 at Albany Dutch church. However, no children were christened to the couple and only one witnessing of a baptism (1736) was recorded for them in the extant church records.
Sources: The life of Jacob Verplanck is CAP biography number 1152. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted 1/20/11; updated 8/20/13