3 edition of Puttenham of Puttenham, Putnam of Salem, 1086-1900 found in the catalog.
Puttenham of Puttenham, Putnam of Salem, 1086-1900
|Series||Putnam leaflets ; vol. 4, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 87/5614 (C) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet : geneal. tab. ; 64 x 56 folded to 20 x 14 cm.|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||87126236|
The name Putnam has undergone many spelling variations, including Puttenham, Putnam, Putman and others. Early Notables of the Putnam family (pre ) Notables of this surname at this time include: George Puttenham (), English writer who is the . John Putnam was christened on Janu /80 in Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, England. He was a Buckinghamshire yeoman, who came from Aston Abbots in Bucks, a parish lying in the eastern part of the county near the Hertfordshire border and only a short distance from Puttenham, the original home of .
Puttenham Common is of high archaeological interest. Substantial finds have been recorded from almost every period. The main feature is the Hill Fort at Hillbury which is a Scheduled Ancient Monument, probably dating back to the Iron Age. The reserve was also used extensively by the military during World War 2 with evidence including slit. John Putnam (), 12th Putnam (Puttenham) in this line, son of Nicholas and Margaret Putnam, was the immigrant ancestor. John lived on his inherited estates at Ashton Abbots until he immigrated to Massachusetts by /41, when he received a grant of land and where his wife Priscilla Deacon (?-?) [Priscilla Gould?]was enrolled in the.
Surname meaning for Putnam English: habitational name from either of two places, in Hertfordshire and Surrey, called Puttenham, from the genitive case of the Old English byname Putta, meaning ‘kite’ (the bird) + Old English ham ‘homestead’. History of Puttenham By Barbara McCusker Ma at From THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND- HERTFORDSHIRE, Volume Two, p.p. Edited by William Page, ald Constable and Company Limited, London,
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Puttenham of Puttenham, Putnam of Salem, by Eben Putnam, unknown edition,Pages: The Branch of John Putnam of Salem. The branch of the Puttenham family that led to John Putnam who came to Massachusetts was centered in Penn of County Buckinghamshire.
It was here in Aston Abbots that this John was born. This is a genealogy leading up to the Putnams of New England. Author of An inquiry into the authenticity of the so-called first meeting house at Salem, Mass., A History of the Putnam Family in England and America: Recording the., Puttenham of Puttenham, Putnam of Salem,The Putnam lineage, Vital records of the town of Brewster, Putnam leaflets, Putnam of Salem in the French War from Essex County,A history of the Putnam family in.
I believe the Puttenham lineage to John Putnam of Salem is incorrect. +1 vote. 15 views. The Warden Also stated that she will send me a copy of Margaret Vincent's book Churches and Manor of Puttenham and that there are research papers on the family locked inside the.
Puttenham was referred to in the Domesday Book of and was called Reddesolham or domesday assets were owned by the Bishop of domesday assets were: 1 plough, 2 acres ( ha) of meadow, woodland worth 4 rendered £2 per year to its feudal overlords.
Queen Victoria reviewed some troops from Frowsbury Hill on 7 July OS grid reference: SU John died at Salem on 30 December He was about 80 years of age at the time of this death. The Putnam name then descends from their three surviving sons: Thomas, Nathaniel, and John, who all spent their lives, raised their families and died in Salem, Massachusetts.
John Putnam had a grant of land in Salem, MA in NATHANIEL PUTNAM was the son of JOHN PUtnam (born Bef.
Janu /80 in Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, England, and died Decem in Salem, Massachusetts) and PRISCILLA GOULD (married about January /11 in Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, England, daughter of RICHARD GOULD and ELIZABETH).
was born Abt. October in England, and died. PUTNAM. RICHARD FITZ WALE. MAUD, daughter of William De Puttenham (see TURVILLE). Mary's Church- Puttenham, Hertfordshire. Richard and Maud gave to the priory of Canon's Ashby the church of Putenham with its appurtenances, sixteen acres of land in one field, sixteen acres of land in the other field, four acres of meadow and all the moor under their garden.(1) By another charter Maud.
William (2), son of Henry (2) Puttenham, was born aboutdied in His will was dated Jand proved at Lambeth, J Read's book fills in a lot of the questions of the history of the Puttenham family in England left unanswered by Eben Putnam's works written at the turn of the century.
This information includes the descent of the later Puttenhams from the FitzWale family in the 13th century. The old colonial American and Puritan Putnam family was founded by John and Margaret Gillam Putnam in the 17th century, in Salem, notable individuals are descendants of this family, including those listed below.
John Putnam was born about and came from Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire, England. Early Notables of the Puttenham family (pre ) Notables of this surname at this time include: George Puttenham (), English writer who is the reputed author of "The Arte of English Poesie" ().
Thomas Putnam Sr. (), was one of Salem's wealthiest residents; and his son, Thomas Putnam (), American resident of. I'm looking for people with the surname Puttenham Putnam or other version of the name.
I'm trying to solve how the Putnam family of Salem is related to the Puttenham family of England. One of the question. How Richard Puttenham of Eddlesborough is related to Sir Roger de Puttenham and Robert de Puttenham.
Welcome to Puttenham Golf Club, one of the oldest and finest golf clubs in the South East of England. Puttenham was formed in by a group of Army Officers, Charterhouse School Masters and local businessmen.
Whether it was a strategic military decision or just luck they chose well when deciding to build it on land that drained well naturally. John Puttenham of Edelsborough was born in the s.
He was a tenant in John died before Richard Putnam was born in to John Puttenham. He lived in Slapton, England in He married Joan. His will is dated Decem He is buried in the Churchyard in Woughton, England.
William (William Putnam) Puttenham was born on month dayat birth place, to John Putnam/Puttenham and Lady Agnes Putnam (Puttenham) (born Goody). John was born inin Of Woughton, England.
Lady was born inin Hawridge, Hertfordshire, England. Thank you I wasn't shure if I was missing something. The PM didn't know anything. Norman Graham makes Henry his father and Margaret Vincent said in her book that he was a brother or cousin to William and Nicholas Puttenham that some genealogist believe Henry to be his father and others believe he is a decendant of Richard Puttenham making them cousins.
The Putnam lineage; historical-genealogical notes concerning the Puttenham family in England, together with lines of royal descent, and showing the ancestors of John Putnam of Salem, and his descendants through five generations, together with some account of other families of the name and of the Putnams of the Mohawk valley.
– Ann Putnam, Jr., The old colonial Puritan Putnam family was founded by John and Priscilla Gould Putnam in the 17th century, in Salem, Massachusetts. Originally from Buckinghamshire, England, the family immigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in about Head of the family, John Putnam, who had been born inwas already in.
Puttenham family history, genealogy, and family tree. Find the origins, meaning of the Puttenham name, photos, and more.Born in Woughton, Buckinghamshire, England on to Nicholas Puttenham / Putnam and Margaret Goodspeed.
Henry Putnam (Puttenham) married Putnam and had 2 children. He passed away on in Edelsborough Parish, Buckinghamshire, England.JOSEPH PUTNAM, borndied of Salem, married about Elizabeth dau. of Israel Porter and had 13 children 11 of whom were living at the time of their father's death: William Putnam of Salem.
Col. David Putnam of Salem. Gen. Israel Putnam of Pomfret, Conn., born 7 Jan.of whom later.