In 1764, Anthony was named co-executor of the will of his father who died two years later. He was among the eight living children who ultimately would share in the substantial estate that encompassed a large part of the South End of Albany.
In 1766 and '67, his first ward house and property was accorded modest assessments.
In 1773, he sold a lot near the pastures to Jellis De Garmo.
Anthony seems to have raised his family in the landmark Pearl Street house of his father. Assessment rolls for the remainder of the century document his first ward holdings. In 1799, the first ward assessment showed two residences under the name of Anthony Hallenbeck.
In 1788, he was among those marching ahead of the Albany cordwainers celebrating ratification of the Federal constitution.
In 1788 and again in 1791, he was identified as a fireman in the first ward.
In August 1797, he was identified as a freeholder and a shoemaker in the first ward.
Anthony Hallenbeck died sometime after 1800. His will passed probate in January 1809. His widow survived until 1846.
Sources: The life of Anthony Hallenbeck is CAP biography number 5247. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted 1/20/11; updated 5/6/18