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Harmanus was born on September 27, 1776 a son of David Bogardus and Maria Harrison. 
Marriage & Children
On July 13, 1800 he married Ariantje (Harriet) Moak who was born on July 22, 1780, a daughter of Hendrick Moak and Elizabeth Heller. Their known children:
- Marie (Mary) Bogardus born April 6, 1801, married Wendell Long, died January 28, 1887
- Elizabeth Bogardus born September 12, 1802, married Jacob Waggoner
- Harriet Bogardus born March 25, 1810, died January 31, 1836
- David Henry Bogardus born October 6, 1816, died December 5, 1895
Harmanus died on January 13, 1831 in Westerlo and was buried at the Wideman Farm Burial Ground at Brayman’s Corners. Harriet died in 1836. 
Harmanus Bogardus Will
Additional Research Notes
He came from Feura Bush to New Salem and lived there until about 1822 when he apparently moved to Westerlo , where he died some 14 years later. Bi-centennial History of Albany: History of the County of Albany ..., Volume 2 By George Rogers Howell, Jonathan Tenney page 901 Harmanus Bogardus, a carpenter, came here from Feura Bush, erected buildings and kept a tavern. He also built a house for Judge Mead, where Michael Flansburgh now lives. At about 1822 Bogardus sold his property to Adam A. Clark, who continued the business for many years.