Person:Lydia Putman (3)

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m. 11 Nov 1818
  1. Levi Houlton Putnam1820 - 1890
  2. Lydia Trask Putman1822 - 1904
  3. Alonzo Ednselo Putnam1824 - 1909
  4. Julia Caroline Putnam1825 - 1886
  5. Sally Pearce Putman1828 - 1885
  6. Alvarez Gansalo Putnam1829 - 1914
  7. Amos Augustus Putnam1831 - 1853
  8. Lyman Orlando Putnam1834 - 1872
  9. (twin)1836 - 1836
  10. Polly Cook Putnam1836 - 1920
  11. Isa Angeline Putnam1838 - 1916
  12. Varney Wheeler Putnam1839 - 1930
  13. Henry Harrison Putnam1842 - 1921
  14. Charles Championette Putnam1843 - 1863
  15. Maria Burleigh Putnam1845 - 1922
  16. Samuel Wormwood Putnam1847 - 1929
  17. Frank Lewis Putnam1850 - 1887
  • HDavid HanaganABT 1821 - 1904
  • WLydia Trask Putman1822 - 1904
m. 22 Feb. 1844
  1. CARRIE HANNIGAN
  2. FAY HANNIGAN
  3. Isa P. Hanagan1846 -
  4. Fannie C. Hanagan1848 -
  5. Marietta Hanagan1850 -
  6. Caroline Hanagan1852 -
  7. Alonzo P. Hanagan1854 - 1964
  8. Lyman Hanagan1855 - 1900
Facts and Events
Name Lydia Trask Putman
Gender Female
Birth? 16 Jun 1822 Houlton, Aroostook, Maine, United States
Marriage 22 Feb. 1844 Houlton, Aroostook, Maine, United Statesto David Hanagan
Death? April 1904 Houlton, Aroostook, Maine, United States
Alt Death? 1914 Houlton, Aroostook, Maine, United States

Excerpt from a letter written to my grandmother, Dorothy Etta Landick Conn, from Lydia Hanagan (daughter of Alonzo Hanagan). In June of 1957:

"I don't think your grandmother had any middle name. Everywhere I've seen it listed as just plain Etta- not Marietta. Her Mother was Lydia Trask Putnam, who was named for her grandmother Lydia Trask Putnam. Lydia Trask (the original one) was the daughter of Jonathan Trask who was killed with General Wolfe at Quebec during the Revolution. She married Aaron Putnam, and her son Amos married Christiana Wormwood.

MARRIED IN HOULTON, MAINE FEB 22, 1844 DEATH DATE ALSO REPORTED AS APRIL 1904 DATA FROM ORIGINAL FAMILY REGISTER IN POSESSION OF ROBERT ERVIN PUTNAM AND FROM PUTNAM FAMILY GENEALOGICAL CHART

References
  1.   Import from Conn-Nectons & Cousins.
  2.   Aroostook, Maine, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 1900.
  3.   United States, Maine, Aroostook, Census, 1880, 1880.

    abt 1822