Well, as your G2G tag implies, this man is included in the scope of the Palatine Migration project, a subproject of German Roots. I added the project template to his profile.
I suggest that you peruse our project pages to see other resources about the New York Palatines. Note: It seems to be me that it's not entirely accurate to call them indentured servants; I think they were more like refugees who were interned in work camps.
Some of these people are documented in the excellent genealogies authored by Henry Z. Jones, but for others it can be difficult to cobble sources together. It looks like your sources are a mix of user-contributed genealogies and transcribed records. Please try to add descriptive citations (author, title, date, publisher, and description of contents) for your sources so that the rest of us can identify the nature and content of each item you cite without clicking on every link. And do remember that we need to be careful about user-contributed genealogies for early ancestors, as pages like this one that you cited sometimes blend solid information from good records with pure supposition to assemble an erroneous biography, and when they don't identify their sources, it's hard to tell the difference between fact and fiction.