Person:Thomas Putnam (22)

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m. 17 Oct 1643
  1. Ann Putnam1645 - 1676
  2. Sarah Putnam1648 -
  3. Mary Putnam1649 -
  4. Thomas Putnam1651/52 - 1699
  5. Deacon Edward Putnam1654 - 1746/47
  6. Deliverence Putnam1656 -
  7. Elizabeth Putnam1659 -
  8. Prudence Putnam1661/2 - AFT 1717
  • HThomas Putnam1651/52 - 1699
  • WAnn Carr1661 - 1699
m. 25 Nov 1678
  1. Ann Putnam1679 - 1716
  2. Thomas Putnam1680/81 -
  3. Elizabeth Putnam1683 -
  4. Ebenezer Putnam1685 -
  5. Deliverance Putnam1687 -
  6. Timothy Putnam1691 -
  7. Abigail Putnam1692 -
  8. Seth Putnam1695 -
  9. Susanna Putnam1698 -
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Putnam
Gender Male
Birth[1] 12 Mar 1651/52 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 25 Nov 1678 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Ann Carr
Death[2] 24 May 1699 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States


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Thomas Putnam (January 12, 1651/2—May 24, 1699) was a resident of Salem Village (present-day Danvers, Massachusetts) and a significant accuser in the notorious 1692 Salem witch trials. His father, Lt. Thomas Putnam Sr. (1615–1686), was one of Salem's wealthiest residents. He was excluded from major inheritances by both his father and father-in-law. His half brother, Joseph, who had benefited most from their father's estate, married into the rival Porter family, fueling ill will between the clans. Putnam, his wife, and his daughter, all levied accusations of witchcraft, many of them against members of the Porter family, and testified at the trials.[1]

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References
  1. Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records to the End of the year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1916-1925), vol. 2, page 218.

    PUTNAM, Thomas, s. Thomas and Ann (Holyocke), [born] 12: 1 m: 1652. CT.R.
    [Note: In old-styles dates, the first month is March. More info may be found here.]

  2. Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records to the End of the year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1916-1925), vol. 6, page 172.

    PUTNAM, Thomas, h. Ann (Carr), [died] May 24, 1699. CT.R. [a. 50 y. CR2]

  3.   Thomas Putnam, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).

    [This source has misinterpreted the old style month #1 as January, instead of the correct value of March.]