Anna Hogan Trotter
Stefan Bielinski

Anna Hogan was born in 1720. She was the first daughter born to Albany businessman Jurrian Hogan and his wife, Maria Beekman Hogan. She grew up in her family's Pearl Street home in a developing mixed neighborhood of old and new Albany people.

By 1750, she had become the wife of newcomer John Trotter. Over the next decade, five of her children had been baptized in Albany churches. She was more closely associated with St. Peter's Anglican church.

In 1764, she was named as one of seven living children in the joint will of her parents. Anna Hogan Trotter died sometime after!



the people of colonial Albany Sources: The life of Anna Hogan Trotter is CAP biography number 4292. This profile is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.

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first posted: 8/30/03