Coming of age during the struggle for Independence, we expect to be able to further document his wartime activities. Afterwards, he received a land bounty right in conjunction with the city militia regiment.
In October 1779, his property was valued at ten dollars on the city assessment roll.
In 1790, the household of Christopher Bogert was configured on the census of Watervliet. At that time, a boy, two older males, and one female were listed as inhabitants. The unit probably sat just north of the city line.
Christopher Bogert was buried from the church in August 1796. This Albany native had lived only 42 years.
Sources: The life of Christopher Bogert is CAP biography number 6086. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources. Wikitree entry.
first posted 9/10/18