NEW YORK

CENSUS REPORTS

 

UPDATED MAY 17, 2019

 

NEW YORK 1820 CENSUS

 

In the 1820 census males are broken down 0-9, 10-15, 16-18, 19-25, 26-44, 45 and older. Females are divided 0-9, 10-15, 16-25, 26-44, 45 and over.

 

AARON PUTNAM  Watervliet, Albany County

20001 00001.

 

ELISHA PUTMAN  Albany, Albany County

100101  30101. He, Hester Johnson and the family are back from that short sojourn to Troy a few years back. HeÕll now be here till he dies in 1854. HeÕs number 550.

 

DAVID PUTNAM  Albany, Albany County

220110  31310. He is still here and will be till he dies in 1832. His wife Jeanette Angus will be here much longer. HeÕs number 553, a brother of the above Elisha.

 

SETH PUTNAM  Colesville, Broome County

410010  10010. He is a son of Thomas Putnam Jr. number 452D. Seth was born in Springfield, Windsor County Vermont in June of 1787. He bounced back and forth with his family from Springfield to Charlestown, New Hampshire where his father grew up. He married Jane Karr Hall of Ackworth, NH March 8, 1807. He bought land in Concord, Essex County Vermont earlier that year and moved there pretty much as soon as he married. He was in Concord from 1807 through about 1816. He came here by ox wagon in 1817. He will be here until he dies in 1857. This line goes back Seth > Thomas > Thomas 189 > Seth 49 > Thomas > Thomas > John Putnam.

 

THOMAS PUTNAM  Windsor, Broome County

110010  00010. He is a brother of the above Seth Putnam.  He is a son of Thomas Putnam Junior and Mary Young. He was born in Charlestown, New Hampshire in August 1789. He went to Concord, Vermont with his brother Seth and was shown with him in the 1810 census. He married Lucy B. Morse there in April 1813. He came to Broome County with Seth and will be here again in 1830. He will then be heading some 50 miles west to Elmira in Chemung County (part of Tioga County until 1836), and be there for the 1840 census. They will remain there, living with their only daughter Eleanor and her Husband George West from about 1845 on. Lucy will die in 1865, Tom in 1879. One of the sons shown here is George, have no clue on the other one; he seems to have died young.

 

ROSWELL PUTNAM  Windsor, Broome County

100110  10200. He is a son of Samuel Putnam and Ruth Spencer. He was born November 13, 1790 in Charlestown, Sullivan County New Hampshire. He is number 1170. His line is Roswell (1170) > Samuel (466) > Timothy (191) > Seth (49) > Thomas > Thomas > John. He married Mary ÔMillieÕ Parks in Charlestown. He very well may have come here at the same time as his two cousins. They were all in Charlestown together in 1816. The guy shown in his 20s with Roswell is his younger brother Jeremy Putnam number 1174. TheyÕll all be here a while.

 

PETER PUTMAN  Olean, Cattaraugus County

200011  22010.  Peter's wife was Mary Walters. They were living in Olean, NY, in 1810.  Olean was then a part of Niagara Co., NY. In 1830, Peter was in the same place, but it was called Hindsale, Cattaraugus County NY.  As I mentioned, Peter Putman married Mary Walters.  The elder person listed in Peter's 1820 household is likely Peter's father John Pottman who was listed in 1810 as living next door to Peter. From the History of Cattaraugus County, Peter Putman arrived in Cattaraugus in 1802 from the Delaware River Country.  Peter was born January 7, 1775.  History states also that Peter [and a brother] ran a raft of logs down to Ohio, and Peter then returned to Hinsdale, NY, and built a home.  In the 1880 census, we find Peter Putman's son also a John states that both his parents were born in Pennsylvania.  We know that David Pottman the son of Johannes Pootman of Schenectaday, NY, went to Monmouth County, NJ, near Centerville about 1710 and bought property there from Mathius Cornelise [Van Horne]. This was a Dutch family.  David Pottman likely had two sons:  John and Victor.  Victor Pottman was born about 1721 also likely in Monmouth Co., NJ.  Victor Pottman married Margaret Wies and attended the Smithfield Dutch Reformed Church just north of the Delaware River Gap, PA.  Victor and Margaret Potman likely had a son Peter born in 1760 who lived in Sussex Co., NJ, in the late 1700's and early 1800s before eventually settling in Yates Co., NY, where he died there about 1835.  Victor and Margaret Pottman also seem to have had a son named John Pottman who was the father of Peter Putman/Potman of Hinesdale, NY.  John Potman, Victor's assumed son, was listed in the census of Upper Mount Bethel, PA, which was taken about 1780.  This was just below the Delaware River Gap.  John Potman removed to Nescopack, Luzerne Co., PA, before the 1790 Census and during the 1810 Census was living in Cattaraugus Co., NY, next to Peter Potman.  Peter Potman was listed as an local official in Cattaraugus about 1820.  Peter Putman/Potman was almost certainly Dutch from Pennsylvania and New Jersey. His father John Pottman/Potman would have descended from Victor Pottman, David Pottman, and then Johannes Pootman and Cornelia Bradt of Schenectady, NY. (A lot of this was written by Mark Putnam, the authority on the New York Dutch line)

 

AARON PUTMAN  Cato, Cayuga County

010010  21010. HeÕll be in Victory, Cayuga County in 1830 and 1840. Dutch.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Cato, Cayuga County

000010  200100. He is probably a brother of the above Aaron. He has just married Eve Lepper from Fonda, Montgomery County. They were married there March 31, 1818. He too will be in Victory in 1830.

 

FREDERICK PUTMAN  Locke, Cayuga County

100010  10010. He will be in Genoa, Cayuga in 1830 and 1840. He was born in Vermont and his wifeÕs name is Hannah. ThatÕs the best I can do at this time.

 

LEWIS PUTNAM  Brutus, Cayuga County

011301  11010. He is number 1722, a son of Asa Putnam (718) and Anna Collins of Brattleboro, Vermont. He was born there August 22, 1769. He married Nancy Wilson on June 11, 1794 in Washington County New York where they were shown in 1800. They came here to Brutus in 1805 and he was one of the first settlers in this area. He will die in Weedsport, Cayuga County on March 18, 1845. Most of his kids will be here in Brutus in 1850 and later. This line is Lewis > Asa > Josiah > Josiah > John > Nathaniel > John.

 

ABNER PUTMAN  Chautauqua, Chautauqua County

100010  10100. They were in Stockton last time, and will be in 1830. All these folks listed as Chautauqua are really in different towns. He is number 1318, a son of William Putnam (530) and Submit Fisk of Sutton, and then Buckland, Massachusetts. Abner was born in Buckland on July 28, 1794. He married Vesta Mallery back in Buckland on April 28, 1818. They will be here all the rest of their lives. This line goes back Abner > William > Elisha > Elisha > Edward > Thomas > John.

 

ANDREW PUTMAN  Chautauqua, Chautauqua County

131201  00001. He is number 1284. He is a son of Andrew Putnam and Lucy Parks of Sutton, Mass. He was born in Winchester, Mass on March 11, 1769 and died June 14, 1828 here in New York. He married Azuba Stanhope in Greenfield, Mass on December 7, 1791. She was born November 25, 1770 and will die here January 18, 1864. This line is Andrew (1284) > Andrew (525) > Elisha > Elisha > Edward > Thomas > John. Here is some interesting stuff I found on www.findagrave.com obviously written by a descendant: ÒCAPT. ANDREW PUTNAM, of Brookfield, Mass., and Stockton, N. Y., born in Greenfield, 11 March, 1769, died 14 June, 1828. in Stockton, Chautauqua Co NY Captain in militia. Son of ANDREW PUTNAM, of Greenfield, Mass., born in Sutton, May, 1742, died in Townsend, aet., over 70 years ( a Schoolmaster and fitted young men for college.) and Married, 10 Jan., 1764, Lucy PARKS, who died in Townsend.
Married at Greenfield, 7 Dec., 1791, Azuba Stanhope, born 25 Nov., 1770, died 18 June, 1864, daughter of Thomas Stanhope. Their son Gilbert of Stockton was the father of the late Judge Deloss Putnam. Andrew Jr came to Stockton/Centralia in 1827
Children;
1, HARRIET, PUTNAM b. Northfield, 28 Oct., 1792; d. 7 Oct., 1880; m. Feb 1813, Jonathan, son of Jonathan Bugbee, b. Woodstock, CT. b 5/11/1789, died 10/19/1829 both buried Centralia, Cemetery Stockton NY
.Ch.: Andrew P., b. 5 Aug., 1816, Judge L., b. 10 Feb., 1818; d. 9 June, 1888; Darmons; Charity; Jane; Minerva; Harriet BUGBEE
2, NEWELL, b. 28 Feb., 1795. died 3/13/1890 age 95/0/13
1stWife Tacy FENNER died 1/12/1833 Welcome, Son of Tacy and Newell, 8/31/1820, died 10/28/1873 age 52/2/0
2nd wife of Newell, Lucy WINCHELL, 3/15/1806 died 1/12/1897 dau of Lucy and Newell Tacy Victoria, 1/25/1839 died ?? Welthy, female no dates Josephine, no dates All buried Centralia Cemetery
3,GILBERT, b. Brookfield, N. Y., 21 June, 1797 Married in Stockton NY to Thankful ROGERS,died 3/28 1865 age 64/9/18 son Calvin, 2/2/1854 age 29/11/7
all buried Centralia Cemetery, Stockton
4,LOVELL, b. Brookfield, N. Y., 4 Dec., 1799; d. of fever, 31 Jan., 1815. The brothers Gilbert and Newell had the fever also, having contracted it at Crown Point.
5, HIRAM, b. Brookfield, 30 March, 1802 d 1892. married Zeruiah LAWRENCE b 1805, d 1892 both buried Ellington CemeteryChautauqua Co NY
6, OLVIN, b. 27 July, 1804; d. 22 Jan., 1863 Wife Sallie SMITH b. August 13,1813 d. January 10,1890 both in Evergreen Cemetery, Sinclairville Ny
7, OREN, b. 5 Jan., 1807. died 8 /6/ 1894 Town of Ellicott wife Alvira SCHOFIELD
8, ROYAL, b. 6 June, 1809 Royal8 Putnam (Andrew7, Andrew6, Elisha5, Elisha (Deacon)4, Edward (Deacon)3, Thomas2, John1) was born June 06, 1809 in Brookfield Madison Co NY, and died May 08, 1881 in Lewis Burial Ground, Ellery, Chautauqua Co NY. He married (1) Nellie Haviland. She was born 1818 in NY, and died 1852 in Lewis Burial Ground, Ellery, Chautauqua Co NY. He married (2) Almira Emery September 18, 1854. Child of Royal Putnam and Nellie Haviland is:2 i. Lovell Geb9 Putnam, born 1848; died 1862 Feeble Minded Lewis Burying Ground, Ellery.
TWIN
9, UNION, b. 6 June, 1809 in 1880 is in Yellow Medicine MN Granite Falls Village Census, married to Chlorinda FROSS DAR files exist on his daus.
10 WORTHY, b. 11 Oct., 1811 Worthy8 Putnam (Andrew7, Andrew6, Elisha5, Elisha (Deacon)4, Edward (Deacon)3, Thomas2, John1) was born October 22, 1811 in Brookfield Madison Co NY, and died April 10, 1887 in Berrien MI. He married (1) Nancy Sinclair, daughter of Samuel Sinclair and Fanny Edson. She was born March 24, 1806 in Sinclairville NY, chautauqua Co, and died September 06, 1855 in Sinclairville NY. He married (2) Mary Elvira Dalyrymple. She was born in Brookfield Madison Co NY, and died September 17, 1901 in Berrien MI. Nancy Sinclair:Burial: Evergreeen Cemetery .Ó

 

GILBERT PUTMAN  Chautauqua, Chautauqua County

000100  10100. He is one of AndrewÕs kids. They will all be here through at least the 1850, and his wife will be here in Stockton in the 1860 census. Gilbert was born in Brookfield, Madison County New York on June 21, 1797. His wife is Thankful Rogers. This whole family has been here since 1817.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Chautauqua, Chautauqua County

101110  53010. He is a son of Jonas Putnam (606). His wife is Sabra Preston. They will be here in the 1830 through 1850 census. Their kids head to Crawford County Pennsylvania shortly and will be there in 1840. In 1860, Sabra is widowed in Westfield, Chautauqua County at age 80 living with her daughter Carolyn and her husband Edwin Edgerton.

 

RHODA PUTMAN  Chautauqua, Chautauqua County

000010  01001. Rhoda is the widow of Jonas Putnam (606). They were in Cayuga County in 1800, and not indexed in 1810. She lives next to her son John.

 

EPHRAIM (EPHRON) PUTNAM  Chautauqua, Chautauqua County

000010  41010. He is another son of Jonas and Rhoda. His wife is Phebe Wilmarth. They will be here again in 1830.

 

NEWELL PUTMAN  Chautauqua, Chautauqua County

100100  00100. He is indexed as Nowles. Another of AndrewÕs children. He was born in Greenfield, Massachusetts February 28, 1795. His present wife is Tracy Fenner (they were married January 19, 1817), but she will die and he will marry Lucy Winchell here September 10, 1833.

 

DAVID PUTNAM  German, Chenango County

410010  20011. Looks like David and Mary who were in Madison County in 1810 and will be a few miles away in Cattaraugus County in 1830. He is a son of George David Putman and Mary Ferguson from Montgomery County and then Madison County. Dutch family.

 

JOHN PUTNAM  Greene, Chenango County

120001  00001.

 

HENRY PUTNAM  Norwich, Chenango County

100100  00100. He and Nancy are still here in Norwich in 1830.

 

AARON PUTMAN  Plattsburg, Clinton County

100010  30010. He was here in 1810. This is was up in the corner of New York, Vermont and Canada. He is a son of Jacob Putnam (779) of Temple, NH. By 1830, he will be in Warren County and will be there through the 1850 with his wife Mary Case. This line goes back to Jacob 779 > Archelaus 286 > Nathaniel 120 > Benjamin 23 > Nathaniel 5 > John Putnam 1.

 

ARCHELAUS PUTNAM  Peru, Clinton County

200010  10100. His wife is Deborah Kimball.  He is another son of Jacob and Mehetable Putnam from Temple, Hillsborough County New Hampshire. They will be here forever. His line is, of course, same as his brother AaronÕs. HeÕs named after his grandfather.

 

CALVIN PUTNAM  Truxton, Cortland County

110010  12010. He is number 1851, a son of Nathaniel Putnam and his second wife Phebe Snow. He was born in Wilton, New Hampshire June 8, 1782. His wife was Chloe Chapin who died in 1818. He then married Amy Clark in 1818. She is with him now. He will be here the rest of his life.

 

PHILIP PUTNAM  Homer, Cortland County

100001  12010. He is number 1847, another son of Nathaniel Putnam (762), but with NathanielÕs first wife Mary Eastman. PhilipÕs wife is Anna Brown. He will move near his brother in Truxton, and remain here pretty much forever.

 

JEREMIAH PUTNAM  Kortright, Delaware County

000010  00100. He is number 2207, son of Aaron Putnam (936) and Olive Osborne of Stamford, Fairfield County Connecticut. He married Hannah Roe. They are here in 1830, but I donÕt find them in 1840. In 1850 they are in Harpersfield, Delaware County and in 1860 he is in Broome County.

 

FREDERICK H. PUTMAN  Rhinebeck, Dutchess County

100301  014010. I wonder if this is Frederick Putman and Catherine Pennell. They are not in Montgomery County now, but the son Frederick Junior is there.

 

ASA PUTNAM  Lewis, Essex County

20020  20010. He is a son of Lewis Putnam (1722) and Nancy Wilson. He was born in Hebron, Washington County NY in December 1797. He isnÕt married yet, so the other couple with 4 kids is probably his brother Robert. All these folks will be back near their folks in Cayuga County by 1830.

 

EDWARD PUTNAM  Batavia, Genesee County

100130  30110. He is number 1262, a son of Edward Putnam (511) and Mary Mastic of Middleton, Massachusetts and Grafton, Vermont. He was born August 18, 1782 in Grafton. He was a merchant here in Warsaw, and is now a farmer. The line is Edward > Edward > Miles > Edward > Edward > Thomas > John. He will be in Warsaw, Genesee County in 1830 through 1850.

 

FRANKLIN PUTNAM  Bethany, Genesee County

Listing is 31002  00101. He is a son of the following Peter. He was born December 18, 1782, and married Phebe Burroughs. He was here and married in 1810, and will die here December 20, 1826.

 

PETER PUTNAM  Bethany, Genesee County

0113010  00001. He is number 1080, and is actually Peter 2nd. He was born in Danvers, Mass. January 15, 1758, a son of Peter Putnam (421) and Lydia Endicott. They were in Vermont in the 1780s and possibly in Clinton County NY in the 1790 census, and here, but in Batavia, in 1810. He is married to Susan Osgood. He will die here in 1821, Susan in 1822. The line is Peter 1080 > Peter 421 > Caleb > John > John >John.

 

PETER PUTNAM, JR.  Bethany, Genesee County

4100201  00100. He is a son of the above Peter. He was born October 21, 1795, and is married to Prudence Johnson.

 

REUBEN PUTNAM  Parma, Genesee County

011201  001100. He is a son of Cornelius Putnam (#339) and Elizabeth Perkins. He was born in Stafford, Tolland County Connecticut on June 30, 1758. He will die here in Parma on March 4, 1838. He married Mahulda Cummings in Connecticut on October 13, 1784, and she died back in Tetford, Vermont in 1816. His son Reuben and his wife Polly Downer are living with him. The other 3 kids are George, Ira and Parks. His kids will head off to Michigan in the 1840s.

 

STEPHEN PUTNAM  Bergen, Genesee County

000010  10100. He is a son of Aaron Putnam and Sarah Colburn of Hanover, New Hampshire, and a grandson of Cornelius Putnam number 339. He is married to Lucy Cobb. He will be here in 1830, as will an older Henry Putnam. In 1840 he will be in Summit County Ohio, back in Genesee County in 1850, and in 1860 in Clarendon County Michigan.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Danube, Herkimer County

100010  200111  He and wife 26 to 45. He is Johannes Putman and is married to Maria Sager.  He will die here in the next decade. Maria will die here July 6, 1822. Dutch folks.

 

GARRET D. (DERRICK) PUTMAN  German Flats, Herkimer County

20010  20100. He was here in 1810 and will be till he dies in 1869. His wife is Cathryn Ann Rynex. His line was given in 1810. Dutch.

 

ALFRED PUTMAN  Herkimer, Herkimer County

200010  30110. He is number 1726, a son of Asa Putnam and Anna Collins. He was born in Brattleboro, Vermont. He was here in 1810 and will still be here in 1860. His line goes back Alfred (1726) > Asa (718) > Josiah > Josiah > John > Nathaniel > John.

 

JACOB PUTMAN  Litchfield, Herkimer County

100011  200101. His wife is Mary Ann, ages are 26 to 45, one son, two daughters. One older male as well probably his father Isaac. He is a son of Isaac according to Warren. They will be here through the 1860.

 

SOLOMON PUTMAN  Litchfield, Herkimer County

200011  421100  He and his wife Margaretta have 2 sons and 7 daughters at home. One older male, Henry, is at home.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Little Falls, Herkimer County

21001  100101. He is between 26 and 45. He is a son of the next listed David. He was born back in Caughnawaga, and his wife is Catherine Winnie.

 

DAVID PUTMAN  Little Falls, Herkimer County

000001  00201  David and his wife Catherine Ledder are over 45. They have 2 girls 16-26 at home. They were here in 1810. David will die here in 1824.

 

DANIEL PATMAN  Manheim, Herkimer County

Listing is 22010  10100. May be a Putman, not sure.

 

FREDERICK PETMAN  Manheim, Herkimer County

Listing is 010101  40210, He lives 5 houses away from the above Daniel. Again, no idea if a Putman or not.

 

ASA PUTMAN  Newport, Herkimer County

0001000  01021. New Englander. He is a son of the upcoming John and Hannah. He too will be in Mexico, Oswego County in 1830 with his folks.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Newport, Herkimer County

000001  00101. He is married to Hannah Thomas. He was here in 1810 and will be here for a while, and then go to Mexico, Oswego County and finally to Clayton, Jefferson County until they die in the late 1840s. He is number 1341 a son of Adonijah Putnam (540) and Mary Wilkins from Guilford, Windham County Vermont.

 

GARDNER PUTMAN  Newport, Herkimer County

20001  00010. He is a son of the above John and Hannah Putnam. Looks like he will die soon, as there is a widow, Hannah Putnam, here in 1830.

 

ABIJAH PUTMAN  Lyme, Jefferson County

010101  20101. This is Abijah Putnam who will be in nearby Brownsville in 1830 and 1840. He owned lands here in 1817 and in 1825. He is a New Englander, and a son of Tarrant Putnam #342. His wife is Mary Wellington and she will die in the next several years. He will be widowed in Brownsville, Jefferson County in 1930 living with his son John Wellington Putnam. He will die in Brownsville, Jefferson County on October 17, 1849.

 

CHRISTOPHER PUTMAN  Lyme, Jefferson County

110301  12010. He was in Herkimer County in 1800. He is from the Dutch family, and a son of Aaron Putman and Delilah Fox. He married Elizabeth Vrooman. He moved to Canada, but returned to fight for America in the War of 1812. He will move to Niagara County and then on a visit to his son Daniel, will suddenly die at age 70 in the 1840s.

 

PARLEY PUTNAM  Lyme, Jefferson County

He is a son of John and Hannah Putman. John is EbenÕs number 1341. He is married to Prudence Allen. This listing was mis-indexed as Pulmer and is next to two Allen families. The listing is 000100  00100. They are here in 1830.

 

SAMUEL PUTMAN  Rodman, Jefferson County

00001  20201. He is number 1898, a son of Archelaus Putnam (769) and Mary Nichols of Wilton, New Hampshire. He was born there May 1, 1789. His wife is Zenia Green. They will be here through the 1850 census.

 

SIMON (SIMEON) PUTNAM  Antwerp, Jefferson County

2010  11010. He is a son of Derrick Putman and Nellie Van Brocklin. He was born in Caughnawaga, Montgomery County July 28, 1795. He married Polly Keller in Caughnawaga in 1814. This line is Simeon > Derrick > Lodowyck A. > Arent J. Johannes Putman.

 

ELIHU PUTNAM  Adams, Jefferson County

121210  22110. He is number 1342, a son of Adonijah Putnam (540) and Mary Wilkins. He was born in Guilford, Vermont about 1770-1775. He married Polly Thomas back in Vermont. This is his last appearance, but his sons Ezra and John will be here in 1850. This line is Elihu > Adonijah > Jonathan > Elisha > Edward > Thomas > John.

 

JOHN PUTNAM  Hounsfield, Jefferson County

01001  20010. He should be a son of Uzziel Putnam who was here in 1810, and in Ohio now. He will be here in the 1825 State Census, and in Oswego County in 1830. They will then head out to Cass County Michigan where his brothers are.

 

AARON PUTNAM  Turin, Lewis County

000100  20100. He is Aaron Dickinson Putnam and married to Rebecca Goodenough. He is a son of the following Cornelius Putnam and Elizabeth Davis. He will be in Orleans County in 1830, and then go to fight in Texas and die there in 1838.

 

CORNELIUS PUTNAM  Leyden, Lewis County

010101  01001. Cornelius (3rd) and his wife Lizzie Davis have been here since the early 1800s. I gave the line back in 1810. He will die before 1830. His son Cornelius 4th is now out in Palmyra, Ontario County.

 

MALACHI PUTNAM  Lowville, Lewis County

221101  10010. He is indexed as Walker, but this is indeed Malachi Putnam. In reading the actual census it is Malachi. He was here in 1810, so look at that listing for his line. He is number 1285, a son of Andrew Putnam (525) and Lucy Parks of Sutton, Massachusetts.

 

ELIJAH PUTNAM  Madison, Madison County

130101  12101. He is number 1049, and was here in 1810. See that listing for his lineage. HeÕs a doctor and will be here all his life.

 

FREDERICK PUTMAN  Hamilton, Madison County

000010  40010. This would be Frederick Putnam and his wife Lucretia Ely. He was born in November 1786 in Tolland, Connecticut. According to court records he was ÔillegitimateÕ and appointed to a guardian there in 1801. Charles Putnam and Martha Rose were in Tolland County in the 1780s, and they had a son Frederick who would have been around 23 at the time. He may well have been the father of this one. That family soon moved to Vermont and then to New York State. Just donÕt know. This Frederick will be in Genesee County in 1830 and 1840 and then in Clarendon, Orleans County by 1850.

 

RICHARD (LEWIS) PUTMAN  Lenox, Madison County

200010  11010. He is a son of Derrick Putman and Nellie Van Brocklin of Montgomery County. He was born there April 27, 1783. He married Hannah Rudd October 4, 1803. They will be here in 1830, and then head out to Wayne County Michigan about 1834-35, as he has land transactions at that time. He will die in the mid 1840s, and Hannah will be shown as a widow in 1850 in Butler, Wayne County. This line is Lewis > Derrick > Lodowyck (Lewis) > Arent J. > Johannes Putman.

 

AARON PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

000100  00110. He is a son of John Arent Putman and Magdalena Vischer. They are nearby here. He was born in TribeÕs Hill September 2, 1796. He is married to Joanna Neff. They will be here in 1830. His line is Aaron > John A. > Arent V. > Victor J. > Jan Putman.

 

ARTHUR PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

200010  00010. HavenÕt the foggiest idea. Not a common name in either the Dutch or English families.

 

CALEB PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

410010  00000. Warren had something in his files that he was born about 1780 and his wife was Polly Hall. He was a son of Jacob Putman of Tribes Hill. Nothing more except Polly had married A Gilcrest and died February 5, 1864. Dutch guy.

 

FREDERICK PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

Nothing found on the page.

 

FRANCIS J. PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

010010  41011. He is a son of Jacob Johannes Putman and Elizabeth McCarthy. He was born here in the county April 30, 1775. He married Hannah Lepper in Caughnawaga January 17, 1807. They will be here in Amsterdam through the 1850. He will die here February 7, 1857. The line is Francis J. > Jacob J. > Johannes V. > Victor J. > Johannes Putman.

 

GARRET PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

20100  00010. He is a son of Victor J. Putman and Margaret Putman. Margaret is a daughter of Johannes V. Putman and Annatje Van Antwerp. He was born in Mohawk September 19, 1793, and married Mary Maria Hanson in 1814. They will be here for a while and in 1850 be in Florida, Montgomery County. GarretÕs line is Garret V. > Jacob V. > Victor J. > Jan.

 

ISAAC PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

010110  00010. He is a son of David J. Putman and Hannah Van Antwerp. His line is Isaac > David J. > Johannes V. > Victor J. > Johannes or Jan Putman. He married Hannah Paddock. They will be in Amsterdam till the middle 1820s, then in Charlton, Saratoga County in 1830 through the 1850.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

210001  00000. His name would be Johannes Arent Putman. He was born in Tribes Hill on February 27, 1765. He married Magdalena Matilda Visscher in Tribes Hill in the late 1780s. He will die here in 1844. His line is John A. > Arent V. > Victor J. > Jan.

 

PETER PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

220010  10010. He is Peter Victor Putman, born in Fonda September 18, 1780. He married Maria Lepper in Caughnawaga February 26, 1807. His folks are Victor J. Putman and Margaret Putman. His line is Peter V. > Victor J. > Jacob V. > Victor Janse > Johannes Putman.

 

VICTOR PUTMAN  Amsterdam, Montgomery County

010021  00001. He is a son of Jacob Putman and Annatje (Annie) Newkirk. He was born August 8, 1754 in Tribes Hill, Montgomery County and will die here April 13, 1837. He married Margaret Putman. She was a daughter of Johannes Victor Putman and Annatje Van Antwerp also of Tribes Hill. This line is Victor > Jacob > Victor >Jan.

 

PUTMANS in Canajoharie, Montgomery County

Something got screwed up in this Census listing. They are not all in Canajoharie, most are in fact in Root and that area. TheyÕll be there in 1830 as they were in 1820.

 

AARON PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

301110  01010. He is Arent or Aaron L. Putman, a son of Lowys or Lewis Putman and Sarah Van Antwerp. He was born in 1751 (christened July 10, 1751 in Niskayuna, Albany County. He will die in Caughnawaga August 1, 1830. He married Rebecca De Garmo February 28, 1772 in Schenectady. His line is Aaron > Lewis > Cornelius > Jan.

 

DAVID J. PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

000010  10100. David Johannes and Hannah Van Antwerp. Been here a while. He is a son of Johannes Victor Putman and Sarah Van Eppes. He was born in Schenectady in 1747 and will die here in Montgomery County March 10, 1828. He married Hannah Van Antwerp. His line is David > Johannes > Victor > Jan.

 

FRANCIS PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

010011  00121. Francis (#796) and Anna Putnam have been over in Cherry Valley, Otsego County since the 1780s. Francis was born in Salem, Mass. just before the family moved to Wilton, New Hampshire. The line is Francis (796) > Nathaniel (289) > Nathaniel > Benjamin > Nathaniel > John Putnam.

 

FREDERICK PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

000210  33110. This should be Frederick Junior and his wife Margarita Barnhardt. He was born about 1775 and was married in the early 1800s. His folks were Frederick Putman and Catherine Pennell. The line goes Frederick > Frederick > Lodowyck > Arent J. > Johannes Putman.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

001101  00001. They will be here in Root in 1830 and in their 60s.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

010010  11010. Probably a son of the above John. He is married to a gal named Elizabeth. By 1830 they will be in Steuben County and will be there through the 1850. John will die in the early 1850s, and Elizabeth will be there through the 1870.

 

LEWIS PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

010010  11010. They will be here in Root in 1830. He is probably a son of the next Lewis F.

 

LEWIS F. PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

010011  11110. He could be a son of Frederick Putman and Catherine Pennell from Mohawk.

 

LODOWIG PUTMAN  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

001101  00121. He is a son of Victor Arent Putman and Maria Schultz (I think). He was born February 17, 1787. His widow Margaret will be here in the 1830 census. The line is Lodowyck or Lodowig (or just Lewis) > Victor A. > Arent V. > Victor J. > Johannes Putman.

 

PHILIP PUTMAN, JR.  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

200010 01010. Looks like a son of the below Philip Sr., but I donÕt think so. This Philip is going to be in Openheim in 1830 and then out to Lyme, Jefferson County through the 1850. His age right now is 39 years old now and shown in the 26-44 age grouping. He just canÕt be the next guyÕs son who was only 9 years old in 1781 when this Philip was born. I think the census guy used Jr. and Sr. to indicate one older and one younger. He is a son of Aaron David Putman and Delilah Fox from here. He was listed here in 1810.

 

PHILIP PUTMAN, SR.  Canajoharie, Montgomery County

310002  21011. This is probably Philip and Jane Houck. Philip is a son of Frederick Putman and Catherine Pennel. He was born here May 16, 1772. He married Jane May 25, 1806. The age shown here is consistent with him being 48 years old.

 

PUTMANS in Charlestown, Montgomery County

Like the Canajoharie listings, most of these folks are in Glen and that area.

 

CORNELIUS PUTMAN  Charlestown, Montgomery County

100011  11000. He is a son of Hendrick Putman and Maria Quackenbush. He was born here in Glen on August 27, 1796. He married Gazena Visscher Mabie here on October 24, 1820. HeÕs a lawyer, and will be here all his life.

 

ABRAHAM V. (VICTOR) PUTMAN  Charlestown, Montgomery County

000100  11100. He is a son of Victor Cornelius Putman and Anna Garrison. He was born August 28, 1790 and married Maria Vedder September 26, 1813. The line is Abraham V. > Victor C. > Cornelius V. > Victor J. > Johannes Putman.

 

GARRET PUTMAN  Charlestown, Montgomery County

01010  20011. He is Garret Derrick Putman, a son of Derrick Putman and Nellie Van Brocklin. He is married to Catherine Ann Rynex.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Charlestown, Montgomery County

100201  01010. He would be the John L. Putman here in 1810 and again in 1830.

 

LEWIS PUTMAN  Charlestown, Montgomery County

210210  20010. Lewis or Lowis is a son of Arent L. Putman and Rebecca De Garmo. He was born November 17, 1777 and married Mary ÔPollyÕ Schenk April 12, 1799. He will be here in Glen until he dies in 1838.

 

PETER PUTMAN  Charlestown, Montgomery County

000001  00000. Peter Derrick Putman is married to Maria Eacher. He is a son of Derrick Putman and Nellie Van Brocklin

 

WILLIAM PUTMAN  Charlestown, Montgomery County

210110  21010.

 

ABRAHAM PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

200010  11010. They will be here in 1830. Just canÕt tag them yet.

 

AARON PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

10010  12010. He is Aaron Victor Putman, a son of Victor Arent Putman and Maria Schultz. They will be here right through 1850. He was born in Stone Arabia July 2, 1779, and will die here in Johnstown June 4, 1866. He married Maria Hallenbeck in Caughnawaga March 8, 1803. This line goes back Aaron Victor > Victor Arent > Arent Victor > Victor Janse > Johannes Putman.

 

EDWARD (EBENEZER) G. PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

200010  00100. Indexed as Edward, but has to be Eben. He will be in Herkimer County in 1830. He is a son of Johannes (John) Lewis and Lucy Putman. He was born in Johnstown, Montgomery County August 11, 1788 and married Rebecca Frayer there September 23, 1813. They were in Johnstown in the 1820. I lose him after this. Dutch, the line goes Eben > John L. > Lodowyck (Lewis) & Elizabeth Suits > Arent Janse & Elizabeth Ackerman > Johannes or Jan Putman.

 

FRANCIS PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

010011  00121. He is a son of Johannes Victor Putman and Annatje Van Antwerp. Francis was born in Tribes Hill in about 1750. He married Anna Dence or Dens on May 2, 1775. His line is Francis (Frans) > Johannes > Victor > Jan. He will be here in 1830.

 

HENRY PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

130010  30010.  He would be one of PeterÕs PutmanÕs sons. Most of the family left Sussex County New Jersey about 1801-02 and went back up to Yates County NY. They will be here in 1840.

 

CORNELIUS PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

100001  00101. He was indexed as Horns but looks like Corns. Cornelius Victor was here in 1810. They are here in 1830 and both in their 60s.

 

JACOB L. PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

000111  00200. His middle initial is ÔLÕ, so he would be a son of Lodowcyk or Lewis (same name). Best bet is the Lodowyck Putman and Maritje (Mary) Hallenbeck family shown in Mohawk, Montgomery County in the 1790. His dad died in 1812 and his mother will be with them in 1830. His line would be Jacob > Ludwig > David > Arent > Jan.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

100010  00010. He is a son of Johannes and Lucy Putman. He was born in Johnstown December 25, 1794, and married Rebecca Wells April 2, 1818. In about 4 years they will head out to Illinois and settle in Will County. They will be there in 1840 and 1850 and then will go north to Walcott, Rice County Minnesota. They will be there in the 1860 and he will die there September 19, 1864.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

301110  02010. Johannes Victor is a son of Victor Arent Putman and Maria Schultz. Been here most of his life and will be until he dies in 1863. He was born in Stone Arabia December 12, 1877 and married Catarina Hanson on December 5, 1802. This line is John > Victor A. > Arent V. > Victor J. > Johannes or Jan Putman.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

200010  10010. He is John Derrick Putman, a son of Derrick Putman and Nellie Van Brocklin of Johnstown. He was born January 19, 1786 and will die here June 20, 1846. He married Anna ÔNancyÕ Van Alstyne May 7, 1808.

 

LODOWYCK PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

Listing is 00001 00010. He is a son of Derrick Putman and Nellie Van Brocklin. He went by the anglicized name of Lewis. He was born April 27, 1783 and married Hannah Rudd in Caughnawaga on October 4, 1803.

 

LUCY PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

001000 01001. She would be the widow of John or Johannes Lodowyck Putman, son of Lodowyck Arent Putman and Elizabeth Suits. He died here in Johnstown November 25, 1811.

 

MARGARET PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

000100  00101. She is Margaret Visscher, second wife and now widow of Victor Putman who died here November 9, 1816. Poor gal had only been married a year or so.

 

PETER PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

10100 10010. He is Peter Derrick Putman, a son of Derrick ÔRichardÕ Putman and Nellie Van Brocklin. He was born in Ephratah, Montgomery County April 1, 1789, and will die here in Fulton County April 2, 1855. He married Maria Eacher in Caughnawaga September 23, 1810.

 

PETER F. PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

000010  10100. He is Peter Francis Putman and his wife Maria Becker. Peter was a son of Francis Putman and Maria Fonda, and was born in Tribes Hill July 3, 1792. They will be here a while more, then go to Michigan. His line goes back Peter > Francis > Cornelius > Victor > Johannes Putman.

 

RICHARD PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

000001  00001. This is Derrick ÔRichardÕ Putman. He was called Richard. He is a son of Lodowyck Arent and Elizabeth Suitz (Suitzen). He was born in Johnstown in 1744. He married Neeltje (Nelly) Van Brocklin in Stone Arabia, Albany County October 17, 1767. He will be here until 1833 when he will die in Johnstown, Fulton County. His line is Derrick > Lodowyck > Arent > Jan.

 

VISSHER (FISHER) PUTMAN  Johnstown, Montgomery County

000010  30100. He is a son of John A. Putman and Magdalena Visscher. He was born in Tribes Hill October 29, 1793, and married Jane Ellison August 8, 1816. They will be here in 1830 and he was listed as Fisher. Based on his momÕs name I would guess the actual name would be Visscher. He went by Fischer though, and was postmaster here for many years. His line is Fisher or Visscher > John A. > Arent V. > Victor J. > Johannes Putman.

 

LODOWIG PUTMAN  Palatine, Montgomery County

000010  01000.

 

EDSON PUTMAN  Concord, Niagara County

000100  00100. He is a son of Jesse Putnam (788) and Rachel Putnam of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire and then Guilford, Vermont. Rachel (#799) was a daughter of Nathaniel Putnam (289) of Danvers, Mass and then Wilton, New Hampshire. This was RachelÕs second marriage (married Timothy Carlton first). He was born November 25, 1797 in Guilford, Vermont. He married Elizabeth Knapp back in Vermont. He is in Pine Grove, Warren County Pennsylvania in 1830 and 1840. He is near his brother Daniel in Pine Grove. He will die there November 10, 1845, Elizabeth about the same time. In 1850 only his kids will be there.

 

GEORGE PUTMAN  Concord, Niagara County

000210  01101. There are several listings in the IGI that he was born in the 1752-1755 time-frame and that he married Mary (Polly) Ferguson in about 1777 in Otsego. George David Putman is a son of David Arent and Elizabeth Putman. Dutch family. They were in Otsego County in 1800 and in Cazenovia, Madison County. He will die here March 14, 1829 at age 79. So, the listing seems to be one column off.

 

GEORGE PUTMAN, JR.  Concord, Niagara County

100010  10100. He lives right next to his dad.

 

FREDERICK PUTNAM  Augusta, Oneida County

011101  00001. He is number 982, son of Charles and Martha Rose Putnam. He was born in Preston, Connecticut August 20, 1762. He has been here since the late 1700s. His wife is Mary King.

 

MRS. PUTNAM  Augusta, Oneida County

000010  000020. She is Martha Rose, the widow of Charles Putnam (385). She lived to be 104 years old. She lives a few doors away from her son Frederick. The son shown here is probably George Putnam (986c). The girls are probably his sisters, Lucy and Martha.

 

LEWIS PUTNAM  Deerfield, Oneida County

200110  21110. Wonder if he is connected to the Nathan Putnam who is here in 1830. At that time, Nathan is in his 30s and could be the second oldest son shown here. In 1830 Nathan heads the family and there is an older woman there who could be LewisÕ widow. Also wonder if Lewis is connected to Nathan number 614 from Sutton. Eben didnÕt have much except one of that NathanÕs daughters moved to central New York.

 

DAVID PUTNAM  Lee, Oneida County

100010  10010. He was born in Connecticut in 1791. He is a son of David Putnam and Miriam Pease of East Windsor, Connecticut. That David was a son of Cornelius Putnam (339) and Elizabeth Perkins of Sutton, Massachusetts and Stafford, Connecticut. David Senior has been here, in Lee, Oneida County since the 1790s. Dave Junior and his wife Nancy Allcott will be in Lee, Oneida County next, probably taking over his daddyÕs farm, and he will be there through the 1860 census.

 

ELIZABETH PUTNAM  Rome, Oneida County

302300  12001. She is Elizabeth Rynex, the widow of Caleb Putnam (1085), who died here in 1819.

 

NATHANIEL PUTNAM  Sangerfield, Oneida County

100220  30110. He is number 1489, son of Micah Putnam. He was born in Grafton, Mass. on May 7, 1786. He married Betsy Wheeler of Berkshire, New York on July 18, 1811.

 

DAVID PUTNAM  Western, Oneida County

000001  00010. He is David Putnam Senior, son of Cornelius Putnam (339). Been here since the 1790s. He is now widowed as Miriam Pease, his wife, has died November 18, 1802 . He too will die before the 1830 census. The kids, David Junior and Ebenezer, will be here through the 1850 and David much longer.

 

HORACE PUTNAM  Western, Oneida County

011210  10110. He is a son of Cornelius Putnam (3rd) and Libby Davis, and another grandson of Cornelius Putnam (339). He was born in Stafford, Connecticut. He married Mary Smith here. He will be here in 1830, and in Rome, Oneida County for the 1840 and 1850 census.

 

PETER D. (DAVID) PUTNAM  Western, Oneida County

111010  30010. Peter Putman is a son of David Johannes Putman and Hannah Van Antwerp. He was born in Montgomery County on March 27, 1789 and will die here in Western in 1864. He married Hannah Adams October 15, 1809. This line is Peter D. > David J. > Johannes V. > Victor J. > Johannes Putman.

 

JOHN PUTNAM  (PULMAN)  Spafford, Onondaga County

300100  0010. He lives one house away from the following Salter Pulman, and is probably his son.

 

SALTER PUTMAN (PULMAN)  Spafford, Onondaga County

201110  11010. There was a Salter in 1790 in Albany County who is the guy in Schoharie County now.  They are Pulmans or Pullmans. See the Albany 1790 listing. Family originally from Boston and then Rhode Island, and keep getting indexed as Putmans. IÕm keeping them here, as Pulmans, so others donÕt get confused.

 

PERLEY PUTNAM  Marcellus, Onondaga County

010101  01210. Been here since the early 1800s. His wife is Polly Symonds. He is a son of Asa Putnam and Anna Collins from Brattleboro Vermont. He is number 1721 in EbenÕs book. He was born March 10, 1767. Okay, bit of interesting info. PerleyÕs mother Anna married Benjamin Symonds after Asa died. Benjamin had previously been married to Mary Davis and Polly was their daughter. So É.. in this case Perley married his stepsister. Perley will die here in September 1827 and Polly in October 1834.

 

CORNELIUS PUTNAM  Palmyra, Ontario County

100210  20010. He is Cornelius Putnam the fourth, his wife is Happy Miller. They have been here a few years. Cornelius is a son of Cornelius Putnam 3rd and Ruth Davis. He was born in Stafford, Tolland County Connecticut on February 25, 1786. He came to New York in about 1807 with his folks. The family was in Lewis County NY for the 1810 and 1820 census. Cornelius 4th married his first wife, Happy Miller in Lewis County on March 31, 1810. She will die in 1821, and he will marry Sophia Harris in 1824. She died in 1827 and he married Lucy Price Sherman, a widow, in 1829. She died in 1832 and he married Matilda Bradley on July 15, 1842 in Wayne County which was formed from this part of Ontario County. Cornelius will die in Wayne County on December 2, 1850. This line goes back Cornelius 4th > Cornelius 3rd > Cornelius 2nd (339) > Cornelius (127) > Benjamin > Nathaniel > John.

 

STEPHEN PUTNAM  Palmyra, Ontario County

120010  30010. He is a son of Cornelius Putnam and Libby Davis, and was born in Stafford, Tolland County Connecticut on September 9, 1789. His wife is Dorcas Smith from Massachusetts. They will be in Macedon, Wayne County in 1830. The line is Stephen > Cornelius > Cornelius (339) > Cornelius (127) > Benjamin > Nathaniel > John.

 

GEORGE PUTNAM  Ontario, Ontario County

100010  01011. He was born in Connecticut and was a son of John and Mary Putnam. But I have no idea as to who John was. We think he was the guy in Pittsfield, Mass in 1810, Granville, Mass. in 1800, and in Ward, Mass. in 1790. The older woman is his mother Mary. George married Sophia Fairman March 7, 1811. He will be here in 1830 and 1840, but this part of Ontario County will be in the newly formed Wayne County. His widow Sophia will be here in 1850.

 

JOHN PUTNAM  Ontario, Ontario County

010101  31110. He is number 906g, the son of Cornelius Putnam (339) and Elizabeth Perkins. His wife is Prudence Walton. They have been here since the 1790s, and they will be in Wayne County New York in 1830 as this area of Ontario County will be in Wayne County by then. No real move, just the County changed.

 

PETER PUTNAM  Bloomfield, Ontario County

202210  10200. He is number 2442, a son of Caleb Putnam (1085) who was in Rome, Ontario County and just died there May 24, 1819. Peter and his wife Lucinda Eggleston will be in Lockport, Niagara County in 1830 and 1840. Lucinda will be widowed by 1847, and in 1850 be with her son Lafayette in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at age 52 NY.

 

JOHN PUTNAM  Bloomfield, Ontario County

He isnÕt listed and may well not be here at all. He is number 1741, a son of John Putnam (725) and Abigail Small of Danvers and then Fitchburg, Mass. This John was married to Elizabeth Carlton who died here in 1819. They had at least two sons, Eri Carlton Putnam and John Putnam Junior. John was in Boston in 1810, and in the Jefferson County NY neck of the woods around 1811 or 1812, and then moved out here. He had land transactions here from 1814 through 1819. He may well now be in Canada. He will die in Port Dalhousie, Ontario, Canada about 1830. IÕm just listing him here as he was here around this time.

 

POLLY PUTNAM  Pittsford, Ontario County

010000  20110. She would be Polly Rood, the widow of Reuben Putnam (1739). They were married around 1810 back in Vermont. I think he died here around 1819.

 

THOMAS PUTNAM  Penfield, Ontario County

100100  10010. Best guess is that he is the one who will be in Greece, Monroe County in 1840 and in Orleans, Wayne County by the 1855 State Census. If he is, then he was born in Connecticut according to the 1855 or in Mass. according to the 1860. He is the younger brother of George Putnam, who was born in Connecticut and was married to Sophia Fairman. She is widowed there shortly after 1850. But, we have no ideas as to who their folks were. They seem to be John and Mary Putnam from Ward and Pittsfield, Massachusetts, but have no idea who they are or how the fit in. Thomas married Abigail Grover in Pownal, Bennington County Vermont December 10, 1815.

 

JEREMIAH PUTNAM  Volney, Oswego County

101301  201010. He will be here again in 1830. He will then be joined by several kids of Jedediah Putnam from Preston, Connecticut, but he is not listed as a son in EbenÕs stuff.

 

AARON D. (DERRICK) PUTNAM  Cherry Valley, Otsego County

300001  10211. Aaron is a son of Derrick Putnam. They were here in 1810, and will head out to Michigan in a couple of years and be there by the 1825 state census.

 

JOHN D. (DAVID) PUTNAM  Cherry Valley, Otsego County

200001  22110. Another son of David Putman and Elizabeth Lehrin. He is married to Catalina (Dutch) or Caroline (Anglicized) Winnie. Also here in 1810.

 

SAMUEL PUTNAM  Cherry Valley, Otsego County

110100  10100. No such animal here. This listing would probably be for David Putman and Hannah Lettis. They were here in 1810 and will be through 1850.

 

NATHAN PUTMAN  Unadilla, Otsego County

110010  310100. Number 2206, a son of Aaron Putnam (936) and Olive Osborne from Fairfield County Connecticut. He was in Delaware County in 1810. HeÕll be here again in 1830.

 

DANIEL PUTNAM  Richfield, Otsego County

100010  10010.  He is number 1334, a son of Joseph Putnam (538) and Tamar Towne. He was born in Sutton, Massachusetts August 30, 1789. He married Clarinda Haskell in Westborough, Mass. April 9, 1815. They are in Oneida County in 1830. In 1840 and 1850 they are in Madison County New York. He is or will become a minister.

 

SIMEON PUTMAN  Otsego County

200001  00100. His widow Eleanor will be here in 1830.

 

MARGARET PUTNAM  Lansing, Rensselaer County

000001  00001. She would be the widow of Lewis Putman (551) who has been here since the early 1800s.

 

ASAPH PUTNAM  Moreau, Saratoga County

310010  11010. He is Asaph the third, son of Asaph number 605 and was here in 1810. These folks will be in Plattsburg, Clinton County in 1830.

 

RHODA PUTNAM  Moreau, Saratoga County

000020  00001. She is Rhoda Brown the widow of Asaph Putnam number 605. The two sons at home are Cornelius and Benedict. They will be here in 1830.

 

BENJAMIN PUTNAM  Saratoga, Saratoga County

200110  10110. He is a son of Gideon Putnam (549) and Doanda Risley. He is Benjamin Risley Putnam number 1381. He was born in Rutland, Vermont July 23, 1788 just before the family jumped the border into New York. He married Eunice Morgan here February 2, 1812. He will be here until October 10, 1846 when a horse kicked him in the head and did him in.

 

LEWIS PUTNAM  Saratoga, Saratoga County

10001  00101. Another of GideonÕs kids. He is number 1382. He was born here August 17, 1790 and will remain here until he dies of typhoid July 5, 1873. He married Laura Bradley here February 22, 1813, but she will die shortly on September 2, 1820.

 

ROCKWELL PUTNAM  Saratoga, Saratoga County

Listing is 000210  01001. Ah yes, another son of Gideon. He is number 1382, GideonÕs son. He is number 1383, born here November 3, 1792, and will be here all his life. He runs a store with his brother Lewis. He will marry Elizabeth H. Peck October 21, 1823. The older gal is his mother Doanda. Dad died in 1812, but mom will hang in until 1835. The others are siblings, his brothers Washington ad Leander and a sister Phila. These last three, along with Rockwell, will get married in the next five years.

 

DAVID PUTNAM  Milton, Saratoga County

100010  10100. He is a son of Jacob Johannes Putman and Elizabeth McCarthy, and was born in Amsterdam. He is married to Anna Vrooman and they will be in Manlius, Onondaga County in 1830 and then in Syracuse till they both die, he in the mid 1860s, she in 1875. Dutch family

 

DAVID PUTNAM  Junius, Seneca County

110010  21010. He is a question mark. Might even be a New Englander. He will be a town over in Waterloo in 1830 and what looks like his son Norman will be there too.

 

JOHN PUTNAM  Ovid, Seneca County

300010  20010. He is married to Lena Weaver, Dutch line out of Montgomery County. He is a son of Jacob Johannes Putman and Elizabeth McCarthy. Line goes back John > Jacob J. > Johannes Victor > Victor Janse > Jan Putman. He will be in Romulus in 1830.

 

SARAH PUTNAM  Romulus, Seneca County

001100  12110. She is Sarah Dunn, the widow of Henry Putman. They were in Ovid in 1810. Dutch family out of New Jersey. Her eldest son John is now in Michigan, and Sarah will go there shortly with her daughter who is about to marry Jacob Burton.

 

AARON L. PUTMAN  Duanesburg, Schenectady County

000001  00001. This is Arent Lewis Putman and his wife Rebecca DeGarmo. He was born in Schenectady, but has spent his life in Caughnawaga, Montgomery County. He will return there and die August 1, 1830.

 

MATTHEW PUTMAN  Duanesburg, Schenectady County

302211  20111. He is a son of Arent (Aaron) Lewis Putman and Rebecca DeGarmo. He was born in Schenectady, married Nancy Ann Vedder in Montgomery County on March 8, 1810. His line is Matthew > Arent (Aaron) > Lowys (Lewis) > Cornelius J. > Johannes Putman. They were here in 1830 and 1840.

 

CORNELIUS PUTMAN  Glenville, Schenectady County

110111  10111. Again, a son of Teunis Putman. He will be here in 1830 living with his son John Baptiste. Line is Cornelius > Teunis > Cornelius > Jan.

 

HARMAN  PUTMAN  Niskayuna, Schenectady County

300010  00100. He is a son of Johannes Putman and Elizabeth Vedder, and was born here April 29, 1787, and will die here May 15, 1847. He married Margaret Wheaton in 1812, but she died in 1822 and he never remarried. He doesnÕt make the index for 1830, but is here and will be shown again in the 1840. His line is Harmon > Johannes > Louis > Cornelius > Johannes or Jan.

 

VICTOR PUTMAN  Niskayuna, Schenectady County

001120  10110. His wife is Catherine Van Vranken. He is a son of Jacob J. Putman and Elizabeth McCarthy. He was born August 22, 1778 here in Schenectady. His line is Victor J. > Jacob J. > Johannes V. > Victor J. > Jan.

 

AARON PUTMAN  Rotterdam, Schenectady County

230011  20111. Aaron Johannes and his second wife Catalina Van Schaick.  Born here and will be here till he dies in 1830. Some of these sons will start popping up on their own by 1830. The eldest shown here is Johannes or John.

 

CLARA PUTMAN  Schenectady, Schenectady County

010000  00101. She was widowed here in 1810 and will be still widowed and here in 1830. She should be Catalyntje Brandt, second wife and now widow of Christiaan Chester Putman. They were in Saratoga County in 1800.

 

ARCHIBALD PUTMAN (PULMAN)  Middleburg, Schoharie County

010010  10010. These next three guys are actually Pullmans, and indexed as such in other years. Just leaving them here in case you get confused like I did. HeÕll be in Albany County in 1830.

 

DARIUS PUTMAN (PULMAN)  Middleburg, Schoharie County

200110  00010. Ditto, a Pullman. HeÕll be in Wayne County in 1830.

 

SALTER PUTMAN (PULMAN)  Middleburg, Schoharie County

100110  10110. Ditto, a Pullman or Pulman. There is another Salter Pulman in Onondaga County as well.

 

JOHN L. (LOCKE) PUTMAN  Summit, Schoharie County

300010  10010. In 1830, there will be a John L. Putnam in Sharon, Schoharie County who is then in his 20s. This is probably him as well. John Locke is the son of Josiah Putnam (1725) and Susan Dickerman. His wife is Phebe Town.

 

JOSIAH PUTMAN  Sharon, Schoharie County

200010  20110. He is number 1725, a son of Asa Putnam (718) and Anna Collins of Danvers, Mass. and then Brattleboro, Vermont. He was born in Danvers August 1, 1781, and married Susan Willard Dickerman in Brattleboro February 2, 1804. They will be a while, move to Montgomery County by the 1830, then go back to Brattleboro. This line goes back from Asa (718) > Josiah > Josiah > John > Nathaniel > John. The next two guys are brothers.

 

LUEL (SEWELL) PUTMAN  Sharon, Schoharie County

110020  40011. He is number 1727, born in Danvers September 23, 1786. He married Rebecca Shepard in Vermont. They were in Norwich, Chenango County in 1810, and they will be in Deerfield, Oneida County by 1830. His line is Sewell > Asa (718) > Josiah > Josiah > John > Nathaniel > John.

 

PETER PUTMAN (UTMAN)  Sharon, Schoharie County

421101  11001. He lives near Josiah, but I canÕt see any relationship. Same with the next two guys. Matt Putnam looked up these three families, and they are actually Utmans. They were here in 1810 and were indexed as Utman then. IÕm leaving these three here in case someone else gets confused, but they are NOT Putmans, unless possibly part of the Dutch Putmans with a lisp or something.

 

JACOB PUTMAN (UTMAN)  Sharon, Schoharie County

310101  12210. Ditto the above comment.

 

JOHN PUTMAN (UTMAN)  Sharon, Schoharie County

210103  21111. Ditto the above comment.

 

SETH PUTMAN  Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County

100010  30010. HeÕs number 1108, a son of Seth Putnam and Dolly Holden from Middlesex, Vermont. This line goes Seth 1108 > Seth 444 > Ebenezer 184 > Seth > Thomas > Thomas > John. HeÕll be here in 1830 through 1850.

 

ANDREW PUTMAN  Wayne, Steuben County

100100  00100. He is the second eldest son of the next listed John and Jane Putman. They will be here through the 1850. His wife Submit Caswell is originally from Massachusetts.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Wayne, Steuben County

120001  01010. He is a son of John and Sina Putman of Sussex County New Jersey. He was born in 1774. His wife is named Jane Stull. They will be here in 1830 through 1850. This is a Dutch Putman family. This line is John > John > John> David > Jan or Johannes Putman.

 

JOHN PUTMAN  Wayne, Steuben County

300010  10110. He is a son of the following Peter Putman and Sarah Kinnan. His wife is Sarah Martin. They will be here in 1830, and then head off into Canada. They will be in Middleton Township, Norfolk County Ontario in the mid 1830s. He will be naturalized there in 1848. They are shown there in the 1851 census.

 

PETER PUTMAN  Wayne, Steuben County

000011  00001. Peter was a son of Victor Putman and Margaret Weis, and was born in 1760 in Sussex County New Jersey. His grandfather David had moved to New Jersey from Albany County New York very early on. Dutch family. Peter served in the Revolution there, fought at Monmouth. He married Sarah Mary Kinnan in Wantage, Sussex County New Jersey March 20, 1780. They came back to New York in the early 1800s, and moved out west to this neck of the wood. Peter will move 15 miles to Barrington in the next few years and will remain there. He will die in Barrington (Yates County by that time) on October 3, 1835. Dutch line Peter > Victor > David > Johannes Putman.

 

VICTOR PUTMAN  Wayne, Steuben County

300010  10010. He is the eldest son of the above Peter. He was born October 26, 1782 in Walpack, Sussex County NJ. They will be listed in Yates County (formed from here in 1826) in the 1830 census. I donÕt find them in 1840.

 

AARON PUTNAM  Bolton, Warren County

200010  21010. He should be Aaron Wilkins Putnam (1260), a son of Aaron Putnam (509) born in Grafton, Vermont. He is married to Eunice Tooley. He is probably the guy that was in Fort Ann, Washington County in 1810. Ages and kids tie in perfectly. He misses the 1830, but his son Jefferson is here in 1840. The other son shown here is Thomas.

 

PARKS PUTNAM  Bolton, Warren County

000011  00001. He is a son of Asaph Putnam (221) and Sarah Park. He was born in Sutton, Massachusetts July 7, 1756, and moved with his folks to Saratoga, New York right after the Revolution. He married Sarah Chapman. His line is Parks > Asaph > Isaac > Edward > Thomas > John Putnam. See his and AsaphÕs listing in 1790 in Albany County.

 

JONAS PUTMAN  Bolton, Warren County

000010  10100. He is number 1696, a son of Daniel Putnam (705) and Kezia Pollard of Ashburnham, Mass. and then Windham, Vermont. He was born in Ashburnham September 7, 1792, and married Sally Ward of Chester, Vermont. They will be here a while, return for a couple of years to Vermont, and then be in Washington County New York in 1830.

 

ASA PUTNAM  Easton, Washington County

302210  10010. We are working on him. Current thinking is that he is a son of Aaron Putnam (791) and Phebe Farnum from Lyndeborough, New Hampshire, or at least a very close cousin.

 

ISRAEL PUTNAM  Hartford, Washington County

100010  20110. He is number 2132, a son of Eleazer Porter Putnam (895) and Rebecca Smith of Newbury, Orange County Vermont. Israel was born in Danvers March 25, 1785, but moved to Vermont when he was five. He studied medicine at Middlebury College in Vermont and came out here a couple of years ago. He married Charlotta Safford in Fair Haven, Vermont and the family will be back there in Rutland County in 1830. He will move back to Sheldon, New York where he will die December 10, 1835. Charlotta will then take the kids back to Boston where she will die in 1860.

 

PETER PUTMAN  Hebron, Washington County

Indexed as Patman, but is Peter Putnam (#1286) and Susannah Keep. They are from Townsend, Mass. and were in St. Johnsbury, Vermont in 1810. They got here in 1816. They will move out to Cayuga County where Susannah will die in 1827. He will then be in Athens, Calhoun County Michigan where he will die February 28, 1847. The listing is 21111  03001. The kids are all there in 1850.

 

HENRY PUTNAM  White Creek, Washington County

200010  10100. He is indexed as Patnam. We think he is a son of the elusive John and Mary Putnam from Ward and Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He married Sally Stockwell just across the border in Pownal, Vermont in 1818. His brother Thomas married Abigail Grover there in 1815 as well.

 

JOHN P. (POPE) PUTNAM  White Creek, Washington County

The listing was all blank. He is number 691, a son of Peter Schuyler Putnam (250) and Lucy Frink of Pomfret, Connecticut. He was born there May 9, 1786. He moved to Williamstown, Massachusetts as a child when his father took over management of the Mansion House Inn. John graduated from Williams College there and then went to Albany to study law. He moved here shortly afterwards, and was single here in 1810. He married Elizabeth Dorr in Cambridge on January 5, 1813. He will move to Cambridge, Washington County practice law and die there October 10, 1867. They had one child who died in infancy, and adopted a daughter Mary.