Cornelia Bogert Quackenbush
Stefan Bielinski

Cornelia Bogert probably was born in the colony of New York during the 1670s.

In October 1696, she married Albany native Wouter Quackenbush, Jr. at the Albany Dutch church. At that time, both marriage partners were identified as single (unmarried) people living in Albany. By 1709, their five children had been baptized at the Albany church where Neeltie was a lifelong member

This couple set up their home on Albany's North End near the other Quackenbush properties. In 1697, she and her husband were alone in their third ward home.

Cornelia Bogert Quackenbush died in November 1735 and was buried from the Dutch church. Her husband died a year later.

biography in-progress


the people of colonial Albany Sources: The life of Cornelia Bogert Quackenbush is CAP biography number 1017. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources. We seek defining information on her origins.

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first posted: 11/5/04