Mary Bloodgood Folliet
Folliet was once a carpenter whose home was in the second and then in the first ward. Weathering the scrutiny occasioned by his pro-British sympathies, he may have moved his family to Schaghticoke where a Charles Folliet was listed on the census of 1790.
Mary Bloodgood Folliet went with her husband to Rensselaer County where she was buried in January 1796. She had lived fifty-six years and eight months. Her husband survived until 1818.
Sources: The life of Mary Bloodgood Folliet is CAP biography number 4834. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted: 2/25/07