Person:Jonathan Putnam (2)

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m. 3 Sep 1652
  1. Rebecca Putnam1653 - 1689
  2. Sarah Putnam1654 -
  3. Priscilla Putnam1656/57 - 1704
  4. Capt. Jonathan Putnam1659 - 1739/40
  5. Lt. James Putnam1661 - 1727
  6. Hannah Putnam1663 - Bef 1731
  7. Eleazer PutnamAbt 1665 - 1732/33
  8. John Putnam1667 - Bef 1737
  9. Susanna Putnam1670 - Abt 1720
  10. Ruth Putnam1673 - Abt 1720
  • HCapt. Jonathan Putnam1659 - 1739/40
  • W.  Elizabeth Whipple (add)
m. Bef 1682
  1. Samuel PutnamAbt 1682 - Abt 1682
  • HCapt. Jonathan Putnam1659 - 1739/40
  • WLydia PotterAbt 1661 - Bef 1745
m. Bef 1684
  1. Lydia Putnam1684 - 1711
  2. Elizabeth Putnam1686/87 -
  3. Ruth Putnam1689 -
  4. Jonathan Putnam1691 - 1732/33
  5. Esther Putnam1693 -
  6. Jerusha Putnam1696 - 1697
  7. Jerusha Putnam1700 - 1716
  8. David Putnam1706 - Bef 1742
Facts and Events
Name[3] Capt. Jonathan Putnam
Gender Male
Birth[1] 17 Mar 1659 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Bef 1682 to Elizabeth Whipple (add)
Marriage Bef 1684 to Lydia Potter
Death[2][5] 2 Mar 1739/40 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[2][3][4] Danvers, Essex, Massachusetts, United StatesWadsworth Cemetery
References
  1. Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records to the End of the year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1916-1925), 2:213.

    Putnam, Jonathan, s. John and Rebecka (Prince), Mar. 17, 1659. CT.R.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records to the End of the year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1916-1925), 6:170.

    Putnam, Jonathan, Capt., Mar. 2, 1739, in his 81st y. GR4
    [GR4=Wadsworth Cemetery in Danvers]

  3. 3.0 3.1 Putnam, Eben. A history of the Putnam family in England and America: recording the ancestry and descendants of John Putnam of Danvers, Mass., Jan Poutman of Albany, N.Y., Thomas Putnam of Hartford, Conn. (Salem, Mass.: Salem Press Pub. and Print. Co., 1891-1908), 63-4.

    Captain Jonathan Putnam [#28], s/o John Putnam and Rebecca Prince, b. Salem Village 17 Mar 1659, d. Salem Village 2 Mar 1739, m. (1) [only child born about Aug 1682] Elizabeth Whipple, m. (2) [first child born 4 Oct 1684] Lydia Potter.
    [Note: no indication given or evidence presented to help in providing correct double-dating for birth and death dates. Was not baptized until 1667, and no mention of probate dates.]

  4. "Danvers Inscriptions: Wadsworth Burying Ground", in Perley, Sidney, ed. Essex Antiquarian. (Salem, Mass.: Essex Antiquarian), 6:21.

    Here Lyes ye Body
    of Capt Jonathan
    Putnam who Departed
    This Life March ye 2nd
    1739 in ye 81 year of
    his Age.

  5. Massachusetts, Probate Court (Essex County). The Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts. (Salem, Massachusetts: The Essex Institute, 1916, 1917, 1920), Case 23061: Putnam Jonathan 1740 Mch 10.

    Will of "Jonathan Putnam of Salem ... Yeoman", dated 8 Mar 1737, signed 17 Mar 1738/39, proved 10 Mar 1739[/40], names wife Lydia [several items "to Continue Dureing her life & to be performed by my two grand Children Jonathan Putnam & David Putnam"], daughter Elizabeth Porter, daughter Esther Marble, grandson Thomas Flint, grandson Jonathan Flint, grandson Nathan Putnam, remainder of lands to two grand children Jonathan Putnam & David Putnam equally divided. Grand child Jonathan Putnam to be sole executor.
    10 Mar 1739/40: "Lydia Putnam widow and Relict of Jon'a Pu[t]nam Late of Salem Deceast do accept of the Dower and bequest given my by my late Husband Jon'a Putnam in and by his last will and Testament and Do acknowlidge my self Content therewith".
    18 Mar 1739[/40]: Inventory of Cap't Jonathan Putnam Late of Salem Deceas'd: £2034-0-0.
    31 May 1756: Accounting of Jon'a Puttnam Exec'r of his Grandfather Cap Jon'a Puttnam late of Salem Dec'd, allowed.