There was a territorial census taken in 1836, 1840 and 1846. The 1840 listed the family by age and sex groups, as opposed to the 1836 and 1846, which simply list the heads of households. From 1850 on, we get the Federal reports, which list everyone (if they are properly indexed).
In 1850, we find he is from New York and born about 1800 to 1801. Not sure who he is though.
He is Ezra Putnam from New York. He’s been here a while and will be here in 1850. The listing is 100012 and no females are listed. Ezra is in his 40s (actually 39). Also there is another male in his 40s and one in his 30s and a small boy. The older ones must be brothers and one of the brother’s sons the youngster.
In 1850 the family is in Michigan City, LaPorte County, Indiana. At that time he is listed as 39 NY, Mary 29 NY, Hannah 10 WI, Henry 2 MI and Horace Junior 1 IN. They are there in 1860 as well. The present listing is 00002 1001. The other guy is his brother Erastus Putnam. Horace and Erastus are in their 20s, his wife Mary is in her late teens and they have a fairly new daughter, Hannah. In 1850 and 1860 he lists himself as a teamster. By 1870, he has settled into farming in Jackson County, Michigan. Horace is a son of Asa Putnam and Mary Taggart of New Hampshire and then Washington County, New York where they were born. His brother Erastus will be in Waukesha County, Wisconsin in the 1850.
He is from Andover, Windsor County, Vermont and will be here in 1850. The following Amos and Prucius are his brothers. The listing is 100001 100010001. He is in his 30s (34), his wife Elvira Smith in her 20s (26), and there is an older woman, his mother Abigail, in her 60s. Aaron was born in Andover, Vermont on May 31, 1806. His parents are Jonathan Putnam and Abigail Burton from Wilton, New Hampshire. Jonathan is number 1845 in Eben Putnam’s book. Jonathan was born July 29, 1770 in Wilton New Hampshire, and died here in Big Bend Wisconsin October 27, 1839. Abigail will die here on September 19, 1845. This line goes back from Jonathan (1845) > Nathaniel (number 762) > Jacob > Nathaniel > Benjamin > Nathaniel > John.
Another of Jonathan and Abigail’s sons from Vermont. Also here in 1850. The listing is 000001 and no females listed. He is in his 30s, actually he’s 32. Amos was born in Andover, Windsor County, Vermont on April 15, 1808. See his brother Aaron for this line.
Another son of Jonathan and Abigail from Vermont. The listing is 00001 10001. He is about 26 now, Emeline Rachel Hazeltine, his wife, is about 20 and young Hulda was just born. Prucius was born in Andover, Windsor County, Vermont on September 24, 1813. He and Emeline were married here in January 1838. He is Aaron and Amos’ brother. He'll be in Waukesha County in 1850. He didn't move, the County was formed out of Milwaukee in 1846. See his brother Aaron’s listing for this line.
He is in Johnston, Rock County in 1850. The listing is 0001301 0020001. He is from Vermont, and is presently 46, and his wife Mary Picket is 42. John is number 1954 in Eben’s book. He was born May 22, 1793 in Bradford, Orange County, Vermont. They have a son Edwin who will die here October 10, 1841 at age 18. A daughter Abigail will die January 28, 1842 at age 13. Their son Francis will die here November 1, 1841 at age 21. John himself will die here August 19, 1857.He is a son of John Putnam (number 792) and Olive Barron. John’s line goes back John > John >Ephraim > Nathaniel > Benjamin > Nathaniel > John Putnam.
Here in 1840 and 1850.
Here in 1840 and 1850. Jonathan’s son from Vermont.
Here in 1840 and 1850. Aaron’s brother.
Here in 1840 and 1850. More of Jonathan’s family.
Here in 1840 and 1850.
Not here in 1850. This County is just above Milwaukee.
John is listed as 22 NY and lives by himself.
He is listed as 49 NY. His wife, Mariah, is listed as 52 MD. They seem to have just been married, as he didn’t list a wife back in 1840. There are no children listed.
George is listed as 20 NY. He is lodging with the Thomas Atkins family. Mary Jane Atkins (26 NY) must be his sister. In 1860, Mary Jane’s mother, Betsy Putman 68 VT will be with them.
He is in Sauk County in 1860 and that’s how I know his first name. He is here listed J. P. 31 VT. His wife, Lucy Hyde, is 23 NH. Their daughter, Ellen, is 2 WI. He is a well driller and has two other well drillers living with him. In 1860 they are in Sauk County and he calls himself a mechanic. At any rate he is a son of Jonathan Putnam (1952) and Mary Stockwell of Bradford, Orange County, Vermont. He married Lucy here in Wisconsin in 1843. He will be here through the 1880, but will have a new wife Ida C. Rich by 1880.
John is listed as 30 NY. His wife, Catherine, is 29 NY. The children are: Loran (looks like Lawson in 1860) is 6 NY, Harper (Isaac in 1860) 4 NY, and Sylvester 1 WI.
He is listed as 7 IL and living with a Carrier family from New York. He will still be here in 1860 with this family. I think Selim or Selem is right, that’s how it’s spelled in 1870 when he is in Waushara County, Wisconsin. Anyway, Joanna Carrier 25 NY would be his mother. Rand Putnam found a record that states Selim (born in Lake County Illinois November 17, 1840 is the son of S. S. Putnam (born May 30, 1813 in New Hampshire and died December 7, 1841 in Illinois) and Joanna Hamilton. There is an official marriage record of Selem Putnam marrying Joanna Hamilton in Lake County Illinois on October 19, 1841. The dates are off, but S. S. may have been Selem as well. At any rate Selem will marry Susan Wheeler and be here in Wisconsin, mostly in Waushara County through 1910 when he is 70 years old.
John is listed as 56 NY and a farmer. His wife, Eve Lepper, is 50 NY. The children are: Hamilton (John Hamilton) 21 NY, Justin M. 18 NY, and Joseph 14 NY. They were married in Montgomery County New York on January 31, 1818. They are here in 1860 too. They owned land in DeWitt, Onondaga County New York and sold it in 1845 and moved here. He would be somehow connected to Aaron Putman from there and from Cayuga County before that. There was also a John Putman back in Cayuga County in 1820 and 1830 that would be him. At any rate, they are Dutch folks.
He is 35 NY, Sarah C. Walter 28 VT and Walter A. 2 WI. He is listed as being a Clergyman. He should be a son of Cornelius Putnam 4th and Happy Miller, his first wife. He was born in Leyden, Lewis County, New York. He was in Wayne County, New York in 1840 and will be in Schuyler County, NY in 1860, but with a different wife.
John Jacob is listed as 48 VA, a farmer. His wife, Magdalena Fleek, is 45 VA. The children are: Hiram D. 24 OH, a farmer, Elizabeth A. 20 OH, John J. 15 OH, Oliver V. 12 OH, Olivia S. 7 OH, and Henry Clay 6 OH. He is a son of Peter Putman from Hampshire County, Virginia. He was been in Ross, Athens, and Licking Counties in Ohio before coming up here. This is a German family.
Rhoda is listed as 21 ME. She is living with the Walrod family from New York. This is a lumber camp. She’ll be marred here in 1860. She is a daughter of Simeon Walker and Rhoda Putnam. She is also listed at home with them in DeKalb County, Illinois. Her folks will be here in Wausau by 1880 as well.
E. J. is listed as 30 NY. He is living in a hotel.
Edward is listed as 32 CT. He is a Catholic Clergyman living at the Bishop’s home.
He is listed as 25 CT. He lives in the U. S. House Hotel.
He is listed as 25 NY. His wife, Almeda Dustin, is 19 PA. They were married in Jefferson County, Wisconsin May 6, 1849. Their son, Lafayette, is 1 WI. Also in the household is his mother, Lucinda Eggleston Putnam, 52 NY. He is a son of Peter and Lucinda Putnam. Peter was number 2442, a son of Caleb Putnam. He was born in Bloomfield, Ontario County, New York and then was with his folks in Niagara County in 1830 and 1840. He will be in Marshall County, Illinois in the 1860 census, and in St. Louis, Missouri in 1870 and 1880.
Aaron is listed as 44 NY. His wife, Maria, is 34 NY, William 16 NY, Josephine 12 NY, Harriett (listed Annette in 1860) 9 WI, Mary 6 WI and Eugene (listed Herbert in 1860) 2 WI. He is a farmer. In 1860, he will be widowed here. He is a son of Nathan Putnam, number 2206 of Colesville, Broome County, New York and Fairfield, Connecticut before that.
Barnard is listed as 23 GER. His sister or possibly a first wife Gertrude is 20 GER. Also in the household is their father, John, 64 GER. I find him in 1860 in Winneshiek County, Iowa and then again in 1900 at age 73. Based on an article in a German Newspaper in Iowa. The family came over here in 1845 from Westphalia, Germany. Barnard was born in Dorsten Westphalia on January 9, 1828. He came with his parents to Wisconsin in April 1845. He will marry Sybilla Timp here on April 27, 1852. In 1856 they will move to Winneshiek County Iowa.
Edwin is listed as 32 PA. His wife, Sarah Campbell, is 30 IL. The children are: Thomas E. 4 IL, Amanda 2 WI, and William 9/12 WI. He is a blacksmith and also has four laborers living with him. I have a guess here. He married Sarah in Knox County, Illinois on July 12, 1837. I think Edwin is the eldest son of Thomas Putnam and Hannah Huntington of Covington, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Eben states he has no further record, but we do know his brother Samuel Morris Putnam came to Minnesota as a government surveyor in the 1850s and died here in 1857. Several others of his children moved out to northern Illinois. I’ll go out on a limb and say Edwin is indeed Tom’s kid. Edwin then would be number 2452 and Thomas is number 1091 in Eben’s book. The line goes Edwin > Thomas > Elijah > Samuel > Thomas > Thomas > Thomas > John.
He is listed as 38 NH. His wife, Hannah Wright, is 39 NY. The children are: Charles F.10 VT, and George A. 6 NY. Also there is Aaron Holliston 24 CT. He is a son of Jacob Putnam (1880) and Lucy Barnes. He was born in Alstead, NH July 3, 1818, and moved with the family to Marshfield, VT. He married Hannah Wright January 31, 1837, and came here in 1841. He will return to Vermont in 1856.
Daniel is listed as 58 MA. His wife, Rebecca Jane Carleton, is 56 NH. The children at home are: Jesse (Jesse Carleton) 22 VT and G. (George) W. 12 VT. There are several farm hands living here. He came here with his son Jessie in 1847 and laid claim to some 80 acres. They returned to Vermont for a year and then came back with Rebecca and George in 1849. Daniel was born January 17, 1792 and will die here July 23, 1852. In 1860, Rebecca will be widowed here with these two sons. Rebecca was born June 16, 1793 and will die here September 30, 1864. He is number 1834 in Eben’s book. His father was Daniel number 756. The line is Daniel > Daniel > Amos > John > Nathaniel > John.
A son of the above Daniel. Daniel the 3rd is listed as 28 (actually should be 21) VT. He is a miller living with a Williams family. He’ll be here and married in 1860, and in Iowa in 1880.
Harvey is listed as 21 NY, and is living on a farm owned by the Bayse family from Indiana. He is not listed in 1860.
John is listed as 56 VT. His wife, Mary Picket, is 52 VT. He is a farmer. His line was given back in the 1840 entry. He will die here in a farming accident August 19, 1857. Mary is widowed here in 1860.
William Barron Putnam is listed as 43 VT. His wife, Esther H. Brown, is 41 VT. The children are: Henry 18 VT, William 15 VT, Sally 12 VT, Martha 5 WI, and John 3 WI. William was born August 8, 1807 in Bradford, Orange County, Vermont. He is a son of John Putnam and Olive Barron. John, the father was born in Lyndeborough, New Hampshire. William is number 1959 in Eben Putnam’s book. The line goes back to John (number 792) > Ephraim > Nathaniel > Benjamin > Nathaniel > John. They will be in Chippewa County in 1860 but the kids are all gone it seems by then.
He is 32 NY, Harriet 38 OH, Henrietta 10 OH, Catherine 8 OH, Jane G. 6 OH, Samuel E. 4 OH and John 2 OH. I can’t locate them in Ohio in 1840, but it is possible they were living with his folks at the time. He is listed as being an innkeeper.
He is listed as 25 NY. His wife, Ellen is 25 CDN. She is Ellen Coyle who was born in Drummond, Ontario February 19, 1826. They were married in Milwaukee June 14, 1847. The children are: William (William Charles) 2 WI, and Ellen (Ellen Henrietta, and listed Henrietta in 1860) 1 WI. He is a cabinetmaker and will be here in 1860. Charles was born in Oak Orchard, New York January 21, 1824. He is a son of Aaron Dickson Putnam and Rebecca Woodward Goodenough. His mom will be here with him in 1860. His dad, Aaron was a soldier in the Mexican War and was killed in Texas in 1838. Aaron was a son of Cornelius Putnam 3rd and Libby Davis, and a grandson of Cornelius Putnam 2nd and Elizabeth Perkins from Stafford, Tolland County, Connecticut. The line goes back Charles > Aaron > Cornelius > Cornelius (339) > Cornelius > Benjamin > Nathaniel > John Putnam of Massachusetts.
He is 30 NY. His wife Rosella Palmer is 26 NY, Arthur A. 6 WI, Helen 3 WI, and Theodore P. 1 WI. He is a peddler. He and Rosella were married December 20, 1844 in Frisbe Mansion, Wisconsin. They are in Waupaca County in 1860, so I have his name now. He is a son of Asa Putnam and Mary Taggart originally from New Hampshire. He was born in Easton, Washington County New York June 12, 1819. He will die in Chicago January 18, 1907. Rosella was born April 12, 1822 in New York State and will die March 2, 1876.
Aaron is listed as 44 VT. His wife, Elvira Rosina Smith, is 36 VT. The children are: Abigail 13 VT, Prucius? a son 11 WI, A. W. (Amos Whitney) 8 WI, Sybell or Lucille 6 WI, and Olivia (Olivia Jane) 8/12 WI. He is a farmer and has a bunch of laborers listed with him. Gave his line earlier, same as his brother Amos who lives nearby.
Amos is listed as 42 VT. His wife, Frances, is 41 NY. There are no children listed, but there are a lot of laborers there. He is a Sawyer or lumberman. He will be here in 1860 with a new wife Margaret.
He wasn’t in the index, but I find him four houses away from Amos and Prucius. He is 52 VT, Betsy 40 NY. There are some Elmaker children listed as stepchildren Caroline 18 NY, Jesse Ann 11 NY and Charles 7/12 WI. And yes, he is another son of Jonathan and Abigail Putnam. Nathaniel was born August 21, 1798 in Andover, Windsor County, Vermont. See the earlier listing for his brother Aaron to get his lineage. He will die here November 13, 1859. According to some notes in Eben’s files, they had one daughter Hulda Burton who is currently shown living with his brother Prucius and that family, so she may be his or may be Prucius’, just not certain.
He is now 36 VT. His wife, Emeline Hazeltine, is 30 VT. The children are: Hulda (Hulda Burton) 9 WI, Wallace (Prucius Wallace) 7 WI, and Emeline (Emeline Hazeltine) 6 WI.
He is 37 NY, Mary Ann Getman is 36 NY. The children are: C. A. (Catherine Ann) is 16 NY, Mary 14 NY, and Nancy 3 WI. He is a son of John Derrick Putman and Anna Van Alstyne. He was born in Fonda, Montgomery County, NY and married Mary Ann in Caughnawaga, NY June 29, 1835. They will be in Oconomowoc in 1860. Peter will die in Reedsburg, Sauk County, Wisconsin September 30, 1907. The line is Dutch. Goes back Peter > John Derrick > Derrick > Lodowyck A. > Arent J. > Johannes Putman of Albany.
He is 38 NS (Nova Scotia), Rosianna 27 NS, Lydia 9 NS, Martha 7 NS, Prescott 5 NS and William 2 WI. He is a shoemaker. The next John is his brother. Best we can figure, they are from the Pugwash Harbor area in Nova Scotia. There are three other non-Putnam families here all from the same town in Canada. The best bet, based on Jane Wile’s book on Nova Scotia Putnams, is that these are children of William Putnam, Jr. and Eleanor Henry. That line goes back William (2419) > William (1077) > Caleb (417) > Caleb (162) > John (32) > John > John Putnam.
He is 39 NS, Charlotte Phelps 36 NS, Robert 13 NS, Ellen (Nellie) 11 NS, Louisa 9 NS, James 7 NS, Lydia 5 NS, Harriet 3 WI and Susan 2 WI. He is a carpenter. These brothers got here in 1856. Charlotte is widowed here in 1870, and her folks are with her then. Seems he came to the U.S. in 1856, then joined the Union Army in Wisconsin, and was killed at Shiloh on April 7, 1862.
He is William Wallace Putnam 25 VT, Mary Fuller, his wife, 17 PA and Clara 4/12 WI. He is a son of the following William and Esther. He served in Company K 25th Reg. In the Civil War as a Private.
He is 53 VT, his wife Esther Brown 51 VT, his brother John 28 VT is here as well. He is William Barron Putnam (#1959) and was in Sauk County in 1850. He is a son of John Putnam and Olive Barron. John (792), the father was born in Lyndeborough, New Hampshire. He will be here widowed in 1870.
Still here, he is now 60 NY, Maria 50 MD. They have a William Heinson 6 IL with them.
He is 30 VT, Maria (Martha Rebecca Brewer) 30 VT, George H. 8 VT and Arthur 2 WI. There are also a bunch of farm workers here. He was in Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont in 1850. George was born in Andover, Windsor County, Vermont on March 24, 1826. He is a son of George Washington Putnam and Lucinda Hills of Andover, Vermont. George Sr.’s folks were Peter Putnam (1842) and his first wife Rachel Hills of Wilton, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. This line then goes back from Peter > Nathaniel > Jacob > Nathaniel > Benjamin > Nathaniel > John Putnam.
Still here. He is 42 NY, Catherine 39 NY, Lawson or whatever that I can’t read either here or in 1850 is 18 NY, Isaac (Harper in 1850) 14 NY, Sylvester 12 WI, Ellen 9 WI, Clarence 7 WI, What looks like another Ellen, and Cassie (Carrie in 1870) 4 WI.
She is 68 VT and lives with Thomas Atkins 45 ENG and Mary Jane Atkins 35 NY. Betsy is Mary Jane’s mom. In 1850 there was a George Putnam living here who would be Betsy’s son.
He is now 17 IL and still living with the Carrier family, as he was in 1850. It doesn’t give a relationship, but his mother probably remarried this Carrier guy. In this entry the mother is Harriett, in 1850 Joanna so kind confusing. He will serve as a Private in the 7th Battery in the Civil War.
She is 23 NY, Ezra 7 WI, Nancy 3 WI and Ellen 1 WI. She will be in still widowed in Columbia County through 1910.
He is 40 VT, Mary Spofford his wife is 37 VT, Herbert (Langdon) 11 VT, Leman C. 5 WI and Georgiana V. 2 WI. Pliney Moses Putnam is number 2588 in Eben’s book. He was born March 18, 1820 in Springfield, Vermont. This family was there in 1850. He is a son of Abraham Putnam and Sarah Gill of Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont. Abraham is number 1158. The line goes back through New Hampshire and then Massachusetts. Pliney > Abraham > Timothy > Timothy > Seth > Thomas > Thomas > John. They will be in Waukesha County, Wisconsin in 1870, and in Fillmore County, Nebraska in the 1880 census, the son Leman will be in Missouri.
He is a brother of the above Pliney, so has the same line. He is number 2589 in Eben’s book. He is 39 VT, Mercia or Marcia L. is 41 CT. He is a lumberman and has several laborers with him.
He is 28 NY, Jane Eliza Balcombe his wife is 27 NY. They were married here August 8, 1858. Her mother Mary Balcombe 56 NY is with them. Henry was born December 23, 1830 in Madison, Madison County, New York. He is a son of Hamilton Putman and Jeanette Cleveland. He was with the family in Cortland, Cortland County, New York in 1850. Henry is a civil engineer with the Railroad. He served in the Civil War in Regiment B 1st Cavalry. Henry’s dad, Hamilton, is number 2349 in Eben’s book. Hamilton’s folks were Elijah Putnam, a physician in Madison, and Phoebe Wood. Elijah is number 1049. The line goes back from Henry > Hamilton > Elijah > Eleazer > Henry > Eleazer > John > John.
He is John and Eve’s son. His folks still live in the County. He is 30 NY, Basheba Brown 24 NY and Eugene 2 WI. Now based on info from a descendant, Basheba is Indian. She is/was a member of the Stockbridge Mohegan tribe from New York. The tribe has been relocated to Shawano County Wisconsin. He served in the 32nd Infantry in the Civil War. John is here in 1870 and 1880.
He is 24 NY, a laborer and boarding. He is a son of Benjamin Putman and Sophia Moyer. He was home in 1850 in Cazenovia Madison County New York. Dutch family. He served in Company C 4th Cavalry as a private in the Civil War.
Still here. He is now 67 NY. His wife Eve Lepper is 63 NY. Still at home are Joseph 24 NY and his wife Ellen 26 NY and their daughter Ella J. 3 WI. One other son, John, is in the County, but another son Justin has moved on.
He is 27 VT, Adelia D. 24 NY. He is a sash and blind maker. He is number 2491, a son of Leander Putnam (1124) and his first wife Cynthia Stone. He was born in Middlesex, Washington County, Vermont. He was at home with his folks in 1850. In about 1854, the family moved here to Wisconsin. In about 1856, Leander said, “too cold”, and moved to Richmond, Kansas. Edson remained here, and will be here through the 1900 census when he is 67 and with wife number two. He will serve in Company E 25th Regiment in the Civil War.
He is 39 OH, Catherine Scleithe his wife is 33 OH, Phebe 17 IL, Cornelia 11 IL, David 9 IL, Pidora 7 IL, Marion (William Marion) 4 WI and Aramita 2 WI. They were married February 15, 1844 in Tazewell County, Illinois and have been there for a bunch of years. I do not know who and where he fits in Ohio. The kids will head to Dubuque Iowa in the 1880s.
He is 28 ME, Flora Helen Sweet is 26 ME, Ida M. 4 ME, and John (Charles in 1870) 2/12 WI. He is a powder maker. He is a son of Samuel Putnam and his first wife Susan Adams of Mexico, Oxford County, Maine, and a grandson of Samuel Putnam number 1855. He was born there July 26, 1830 and married Flora January 24, 1852. They will be here in 1870, and then off to Kansas.
She is 13 NH and lives with John May 37 KY and Elizabeth May 29 CAN.
He is a farmer 42 VT, Elizabeth 44 VT, John P. 19 VT (he’s a teamster), Mary 19 VT, Frederick 12 VT and William 8 WI.
John Jacob’s son is now married. He is 34 OH, Sarah Connett 24 OH, Cora 2 WI and Charles 1 WI. He is a farmer with three other laborers living with him. Sarah was born in Licking County, Ohio. German family from Virginia.
She wasn’t in the index, but I know she is here. She is Magdalena Fleek Putman. Her husband, John Jacob Putman had died here on June 5, 1856. She would be 55 VA. Her son Hiram is listed with his new family. At home probably are John jr. (about 25) who will be heading off to Fort Worth, Texas about 1871, Oliver (about 22) who will be in the Civil War shortly and die of complications in the 1880s, Olivia who would be 17 now and Henry Clay Putman (about 16). Henry will remain in the area and become mayor of Brodhead, Wisconsin then be a state senator, buy a lumberyard and run the Green County Bank from 1896 to 1907. Magdalena will die in 1871, but the kids will all be in Brodhead, Green County. There, just to bring you up to date even though the census failed us. German family descending from Philip Jacob Butman (original spelling) of Maryland and Virginia.
He is 28 NY and serving time in the County Jail for larceny.
He is 25 NY (CAN in 1870, NY in 1880), Harriet Pauline Sanderson, his wife, is 24 MA. He is a farmer. He married Harriet in Cambridge, Mass August 16, 1856, and moved out here. He is a son of John Wellington Putnam and Minerva Scott, and was born in Watertown, New York February 22, 1835. The family briefly moved to Canada, and then by 1850 were in Winnebago County Illinois. John was a son of Abijah Putnam from New York and a grandson of Tarrant Putnam (342) from Sutton, Massachusetts.
He is 33 NH, Sarah Jane Scott his wife 22 NH. He is a teamster. Horace is a son of Hiram Putnam and Emily Griswold of Charleston, NH. He would be Number 2481 and his dad Hiram number 1117. Horace was born November 18, 1826. Eben says he was married twice and in 1896 was living in Berlin, Green Lake County, Wisconsin. They are here in 1870.
He is 42 PA, Elizabeth 35 PA. Then there is a Mary Jane Stewart 7 WI, Christ Bareis 17 GER, and Agnes Noble 20 OH. They are in Grant County in 1870.
He is 54 CT, Mercina Thomas 50 MA He is a farmer. His son lives either next door or on the same piece of land. He was in Schroeppel, Oswego County, New York in 1850. He is number 2257, a son of Jedediah and Lois Putnam. He was born July 11, 1806 and will die April 25, 1871. They will be in Dunn County in 1870.
Samuel Mortimer is 25 NY, Mary 24 NY, William O. 3 NY and Clara B. 2 IL. He will be here in 1870, and in Brainard, Minnesota by the 1880 census and also be there in 1900. He is a son of the above Tom and Mercina.
He is 27 NY, and living with E. E. Marin 58 NY and his wife Harriet 42 NY.
He is 65 Canadian and lives alone. He lists himself as a pensioner.
He is 28 NY and a laborer. His mom lives right next door.
She is 67 NY, Theron, a son, is 21 NY, Hester her daughter is 18 (28) NY. She is the widow of Lewis Putman from Victory, Cayuga County, NY. The family (less Lewis) was all there in 1850. The kids will be here in 1870, Abbie won’t. Lewis was a son of Jacob Putman and Sarah Osterhoudt from Montgomery County, NY. Dutch family.
She is 24 ME living with John Clarke 30 Wales and his wife Rhoda 32 ME. Rhoda is a Putnam and was single here in 1850. He is a lumberman. Rhoda and Fanny look like children of Simeon Walker and Rhoda Putnam. They were in DeKalb County, Illinois in 1850. Their folks will also be here by 1880.
He is 44 NY, Mary Duel 40 NY, Charles H. 17 NY, George Lewis 11 NY and there is a Mark Flood 78 NH with them. He is a son of Solomon Putman and Margaretha Walrath. Dutch folks. He was born in Herkimer County, New York June 16, 1816 and will die here in Monroe County, Wisconsin in 1896. He fought in the Civil War from here as did his son Lucius, who for some reason isn’t listed here. He married Mary Duel in Jefferson County July 23, 1827. In 1850, they were back in Theresa, Jefferson County, New York. His line goes back Israel > Solomon >Adam > Jacob > Victor > Johannes.
He is listed 42 VT, Ann E. Smith 32 NY, Theodore 12 IL and Ballou (Hosea Ballou) 6 IL. In 1850 he is in Cook County, Illinois. At any rate, he is a son of Reuben (number 1200) Putnam and Eleanor Abbott. He was born in Bethel, Windsor County, Vermont on November 27, 1818. He married Ann Eliza Smith in about 1847. He will die July 5, 1894 according to a group sheet. His line goes back to Reuben > Ebenezer > Holyoke > Edward > Edward > Thomas >John. See the Illinois 1850 for some more details.
He is 31 VT, Diademma 30 NY and Ida A. 2 WI.
He is a carpenter 33 VT, Sophia 23 PA, Inez 4 WI and Cora E. 2 WI. He is number 2694 in Eben’s book. He is a son of William Witt Putnam and Philena Buck. He was born in Bethel, Vermont on March 29, 1827. His family moved from Vermont to Erie County, New York and then to Union City, Pennsylvania when he was 10 years old. He met and married Sophia there and then headed out here. He’ll be here forever.
She is 16 NY, a college student in a boarding house.
She is 18 PA and living with a Riker family.
She is 15 MA, and lives with William Needham 42 MA and Caroline Needham 40 MA.
He is 44 PA and a blacksmith, Sarah Campbell is 37 KY and Thomas 14 IL. They were here in 1850, but two children Amanda and William seem to have died in the past decade.
He is 54 NY and now a widower. At home are Mary 16 WI, Herbert Eugene 12 WI, and Annette 19 WI, her husband Edward Guild 25 MA and their daughter Effie 7/12 WI. His son William who would be 26 NY is missing as is Josephine who probably got married. The next listed Hezekiah is his brother. Both are sons of Nathan Putnam (2206) and Martha Williams from New York.
He is 44 NY, Aurilla Aylsworth, his wife, 35 NY, Jay 12 NY and Martha 9 NY. In 1850, the family was in Bainbridge, Chenango County, New York. Jay Samuel will move to Carroll County, Iowa in a bit. Hezekiah is a son of Nathan Putnam, number 2206 and his first wife, Martha Williams of Colesville, Broome County, New York and Fairfield, Connecticut before that.
He is a wheat buyer, 29 MA, Hannah E. Plummer 26 MA and George E. 8/12 WI. He is a son of Alfred Putnam and his first wife Mary or Polly Merrill. He was at home in Andover, Mass. in the 1850 census. They will be in Chicago in 1880. Hannah will be in Lawrence Mass. in 1870 with her parents. Don’t find Charles in 1870 though.
He is 33 VT, his mother Rebecca Carleton Putnam is 67 NH and his brother George W. is 22 VT. His father Daniel (number 1834) has died here July 23, 1852. Rebecca was born June 16, 1793 and will die here September 30, 1864. See 1850 for this line.
Another son of Daniel and Rebecca. He is now 31 VT, his wife Mary Jane Wilkins is 27 NY, Clara 5 WI and Emma J. 3 WI. Also there are two hired folks, Winfield Rider 21 NY and Martha Thompson 14 OH. He married Mary Jane here March 26, 1853. They will be in Floyd County, Iowa by 1870.
He is most likely a son of John and Mary who have been here a long time. There were three sons shown in the 1840 census, but none were in the 1850 for some reason. His dad has died in 1857, but mom is coming up in the next listing. Charles is 27 VT, Adelia 32 VT, Sidney W. 5 WI and Ella M. 2 WI. Also there are Mary Osborne 17 WI, Samuel Wells 71 VT and his wife Amanda 69 VT. I would guess these last two are Adelia’s folks. By 1870, Adelia and a couple of the kids will be living in the County Poor House, and Charles is not around.
She is Mary Picket widow of John Putnam who died here August 19, 1857. She is now 62 VT and lives with Joseph Fellows 44 NH and his wife Ellen 34 VT. Ellen is Mary’s daughter. Mary and a granddaughter will be here in 1870.
He is 70 SCOT, Christina 66 SCOT, Robert 28 ENG. They live with a Patterson Family from England, probably his son in law though not recorded as such.
He is Sereno James Monroe Putnam 36 NY, Jane 33 NY, Frances 11 NY, Fred 8 NY and Ida M. 2 OH. He is a deputy sheriff. He is a son of Malachi Putnam and Sarah Blount of Lowville, New York. Sereno is number 2855 in Eben’s books. The line goes Sereno > Malachi > Andrew > Elisha > Elisha > Edward > Thomas > John.
He is 56 NY a saddler with 4 boarders. He was married to Hannah and in Wayne County Michigan in 1840. Then he was in Bennington, Wyoming County, New York. At that time he had a wife named Hannah a year younger than he who must have died. He is a son of Peter Putnam (1080) and Susannah Osgood. His dad Peter was born in Danvers, Mass. January 15, 1758, a son of Peter Putnam (421) and Lydia Endicott. The family was from Massachusetts then Vermont then New York. Norman was born in Bethany October 1, 1803 and then the family was in Genesee County New York after that. They were in Wyoming County, New York in 1830 and then Wayne County Michigan in 1840, then back in Wyoming County in 1850.
He is 23 CT, Char (Charlotte Helen Lovell) 20 CT and William (William Hutchinson) 5/12 WI. He is John Day Putnam number 3273, a son of William Hutchinson Putnam (1631) and Eliza Day of Brooklyn, Windham County, Connecticut. He was born there June 19, 1837. He is a gggrandson of General Israel. He married Charlotte March 2, 1859 and headed here. He will serve in Company F 14th Infantry in the Civil War. They will be here in 1870, then move to River Falls in Pierce County, and then to Los Angeles in 1890. While in River Falls, he will be Mayor and later serve in the State Assembly.
They were in Dane County in 1850. He is now 42 VT, Lucy L. Hyde, his wife, 33 NY, Lucy Ellen 12 WI, John 9 WI, Emma 7 WI, Charley 2 WI and Frances 1 WI. He will be here in 1870 with a new wife Ida Rich.
He is 33 NY, Mellisa Phillips 26 NY, Alice 6 NY, Warren 4 NY, Ward 4 NY, John 1 WI. He will serve in Company I 1st Infantry in the Civil War. They will be here in 1870. Then in 1900, Melissa will be widowed in Rock County and some of the sons will be there too. He is a son of Aaron Putman and was born in Montgomery County New York. He was missing in 1850, but was with his dad in Onondaga County New York in the 1855 State Census. Dutch folks.
He is 32 NY, Harriet Burrington, his wife 24 NY, Lillie 5 NY and Harriet 1/12 WI. He is a fisherman and will be in Oceana County, Michigan in 1870, and still there in 1900. He is a son of Daniel and Diana Putman from Brownville, Jefferson County, New York. He was there with his brother Alfred in 1850 alongside his folks.
He is 18 ME living with Charles Rogers 42 ME and Adeline Rogers 32 ME. He is a son of Simeon Waters Putnam Junior and his second wife Phebe Spear of Rockland, Maine. He was home there in 1850. His dad remarried in 1853 and went to Boston. Guess Charlie just decided to head west rather than south. He will serve in the Civil War in the first Wisconsin Regiment. He will marry Ida Abbott here in 1871, and move to Nebraska. In 1880, they will be in Hamilton County, Nebraska.
She is 16 ME. She is a school teacher and is boarding. A daughter of Simeon Putnam. She is Elvira Ellen Putnam, b. 19 Jun. 1844 in Cambridge, Maine. She will later marry George W. Buffum, of Onsatonna, Minn.
He is 55 NY, Jane 48 NY, Henry 18 NY, Rhoda A. 10 IL, Monroe (James Monroe) 8 IL and George 7 WI. He is a ‘line burner’ whatever that is. He was in McHenry County, Illinois in 1850 and will be back there shortly. He is a son, I think, of Frederick Putman, Jr. and Margaret Barnhardt of Montgomery County, NY. Dutch family. The son Henry will serve in Company F. 4th Cavalry in the Civil war.
J. (JOHN) PUTNAM Whitewater, Walworth County
He is 31 MI, Elizabeth 36 MI. He is a peddler. He is John A. Putnam, a son of Ira H. Putnam and Polly Markham of Cass County, Michigan. He was at home with his mom in 1850 there.
He is 41 NY a merchant, his wife Rosella Palmer 36 NY, Arthur 15 WI, Nellie 13 WI, Theodore 11 WI, Antonette (Helen) 8 WI, Elbert 6 WI, Clara 3 WI, Josephine 6/12 WI. They were in Waukesha County in 1850. They will be here in 1870, then I guess he’ll head south into Illinois sometimes. He next appears in the 1900 census of Cook County, Illinois at age 81 with Helen and Josephine around to keep him company. He is a son of Asa Putnam and Mary Taggart originally from New Hampshire. He was born in Easton, Washington County New York June 12, 1819. Rosella was born April 12, 1822 in New York State and will die March 2, 1876. He will be widowed in Cook County Illinois in 1900, and will die in Chicago January 18, 1907. The son Elbert Victor was born September 19, 1854 and will marry Agnes Emilie Roeitzsch in 1874-75 and they are in Sheboygan County in 1880 and then Milwaukee in 1900. Agnes will die there February 18, 1910. Elbert will be widowed in Chicago, Illinois in 1910 and 1920 and die there in 1929.
He is 38 NY and a farmer, Mary Marr 24 NY, George J. 5 WI, William J. 3 WI and Frank Adelbert 1 WI. He will be a Corporal in Company D 37th Infantry in the Civil War. They are here in 1870.
She is 23 ME her son Wallace is 4 WI. The son, by the way will be in North Dakota in 1880. She is the wife of Levi Putnam of New Hampshire. They will both be here in 1870. See that listing.
He is now 54 VT, Elvira Smith 46 VT, Abigail 22 VT, then the son whose name looked like Prucindes in 1850 and looks like Periman now (the name is Penander, I believe) is 21 WI, Whitney (Amos Whitney) 18 WI, Sibyl 16 WI, Nellie 10 WI, Cyrus 5 WI and Lillian 3 WI.
She is 50 NY, Hulda 8 WI. Also there are Caroline Elanker 28 NY and her son Charles 10 WI. She is the widow of the Nathaniel and was here in 1850. He died here November 3, 1859. She lives very near Aaron. She and Hulda are here in 1870.
He is now 52 VT and his new wife Margaret is 39 NY. His brother Prucius lives next door, as does his eldest brother Jonathan.
He is now 45 VT, a merchant, Emeline Hazeltine is 40 VT, Wallace 17 WI, Emeline 16 WI, Bertha 8 WI, Wilton 3 WI and Leslie or Lester, a son, 2 WI.
He is 65 VT and his daughter Lydia is 23 NY. He is Prucius' brother. He is another son of Jonathan Putnam (1845) and Abigail Burton. He was born in Andover, Vermont November 13, 1795. He was married to Rebecca Powell (February 9, 1832), and in 1840 they were school teachers in Poughkeepsie, New York. Rebecca died in the 1840s, and in 1850 he and Lydia were in Somerset, Niagara County, New York living with a Rowell family. He moved out here with his brothers during the 1850s. He will be in East Troy, Walworth County in 1870.
He is 46 NY, Mary Getman is 45 NY, Mary 22 NY, Nancy 13 WI and Ida 6 WI. He is a carriage maker and has two workers living with him. They were here in the County in 1850. Dutch folks from Montgomery County, NY. See the 1850 for the line.
Still here, but is now a grocer. He is 35 NY, Ellen Coyle 34 CAN, William 11 WI, Henrietta 10 WI, Viola 8 WI, Edward 6 WI, Charles 3 WI. Also there is his mother Rebecca Goodenough Putnam 65 NY, John E. Murphy 14 CAN, Henry Murphy 5 WI and Mary Fitzpatrick 14 WI. See 1850 for his lineage and stuff.
He is 23 NY and works at a lumber mill.
He is 45 NS, a labourer, and his wife Rosana is 33 NS, a housekeeper. Living with them are their children Martha 16 NS, Prescott 14 WI, Willie 12 (male) WI, Lillian 8 WI, Warren 6 WI, Robert 4 WI, and Frank 2 WI. See the 1860. The following Charlotte was married to his brother John.
She is Charlotte Phelps, widow of John Putnam from Pugwash Harbor in Nova Scotia. They were here in 1860. He was killed in the Civil War in 1862. She is 42 NS and is keeping home. Living with her are her children Robert 23 NS, a sailor, James 18 NS, who “works in Nova Scotia,” Lydia 16 NS, Harriet 14 WI, and Susan 11 WI. Also living there is James Lee 26 MI, an insurance agent, and his wife Nellie Lee (Ellen) 21 NS, who is “living with her mother.” Also at home are her parents Nathaniel Phelps 69 NS and his wife Mary Phelps 71 NS, who are “living with their daughter.” Charlotte was born in Amherst, Nova Scotia February 4, 1823 and will die here in February 1904.
He is 40 VT a farmer. His wife Alamantha is 38 VT a housekeeper. At home are their children Henry A. 17 VT, Oliver 15 VT, Emma 13 WI, William F. 11 WI, George 9 WI, Artemecia (female) 7 WI, Amos 5 WI, and John 3 WI. He is Henry Brown Putnam, a son of the upcoming William Barron Putnam, and was at home with him in Sauk County in 1850. He was married to Pauline with two girls in 1860 in Rockford, Winnebago County Illinois. They split and she and the girls are in Gilpin County Colorado now in 1870. My guess is that this is the second marriage for both. All the older kids from Vermont are hers, Emma, William and George his as shown in the Illinois 1865 State Census, and the younger ones could be either. He and Alamantha will split or she’ll die and he is in Burt County Nebraska in 1800 with wife number 3, Frances Ann Dyer. She will die or something around 1900 and he will marry yet again in 1895 in Missouri. Then in 1900 he is in Cedar County Missouri with wife number 4, Alice Ann Elkner.
He is 34 VT a farmer and his wife Mary Fuller is 27 PA a housekeeper. Also at home are Caroline 10 WI, Netta 7 WI, and Elenor 1 WI. There is also George Lydell 20 PA a farm worker living with them. He is probably Mary’s brother. He is William Wallace Putnam a son of the following William Barron Putnam.
He is William Barron Putnam, 62 VT and is listed as a farmer. Living with him are his son John 23 WI and his wife Adda (Julia Adeline Wells) 20 CAN. William’s wife Esther Brown has died in the past decade. He is living next door to his son William. See his listing in Sauk County in 1850 for this line. William will have a new wife, Eunice, and be in Monroe County in 1880 at age 73.
He is 56 NY and is a farmer. Living with him is his wife Mary W. Getman 55 NY and their children Nancy 22 WI and Ada A. 16 WI. They were in Waukesha County in 1860. Dutch family.
He is 23 NY and is listed as a farmer. Living with him is his wife Emma Andrews who is 23 NY and is keeping home. They were just married here January 1, 1870 He is Isaac Harper Putnam, son of the following John and Catherine.
He is 46 (should be about 50) NY and is a farmer. His wife Catherine is 49 NY and is keeping house. Also living with them are their children Sylvester 20 WI, a farmer, Clarence 15 WI, and Carrie B. 13 WI. They have been here since 1847.
He is 21 NY and is a farm laborer living with John Beckford.
He is 48 VT and is listed as a farmer and a lawyer. His wife Mercia is 51 CT and is keeping home. Living with them is Lucy Young 9 WI. He is a son of Abraham Putnam and Sarah Gill of Springfield, Vermont. He was here in 1860 with his brother Pliney.
He is 17 WI and is a laborer living with Rosselle Streeter 49 and Fanny Streeter 27. In 1860, he was here with his mother Eliza. Have no clue as to his father though. They are all in Columbia County through 1910 and Ezra through 1920.
He is 65 MA (really CT) and is a “retired farmer.” His wife Mercena Thomas is 63 MA and is keeping home. They were in Kenosha County in 1860. See that listing for his line.
She is 21 NY and is listed as having no occupation. She is living in the home of John Sterling 41 PA, a logger and his wife Sarah 37 PA. She is the sister of Henry Cleveland Putnam who is also here in town.
He is 12 CAN and is listed as a farm helper in the house of Seth Smith.
He is 38 NY and is a Civil Engineer. His wife Jane Eliza Balcombe is 37 NY. At home are their children Ernest 9 WI and Sarah Jane 7 WI. Also living there are Samuel Balcombe 27 NY, a carpenter, and his brother Samuel Putnam 28 NY, a Registers Clerk. He was here in 1860, see that listing for his line. He will become a banker by 1876.
He is 15 NY and is a farm laborer living with Enoch Felch. He is a son of Lafayette and Melissa Putnam, and was with them in Sheboygan County in 1860.
He was indexed as Pasina, but is the son of John and Eve Putman and was here in 1860 too. His folks are still living next door. He is 35 NY, his wife Basheba Brown 41 NY and they have Zenas (Eugene) 12 WI, Elmira 10 WI, Lida (Della) 8 WI, John 4 WI and Peter V. 3 WI. The writing was very poor on this entry.
He is 78 NY and his wife Eva Lepper is 73 NY. He has been here since the 1840s. Dutch family from Montgomery County and then Cayuga County New York.
He is 30 ME, “working for Powder Co.,” his wife Lavinia is 24 OH. At home are their daughters Flora 4 OH and Mamie 2 WI. He is a son of Samuel Putnam and his second wife Sylvia Stevens Brisbee of Rumford, Maine. His half brother is listed next. Lavinia will be widowed soon, and then listed in 1880 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio married to Dennis Smead and the kids are all there listed as stepchildren. He died and she went back home to Ohio and married. The kids are all in the Cleveland area through 1930.
He is 39 ME and is the “Foreman of Powder Mill.” His wife Flora H. Sweet is 37 ME. Also at home are their daughter Ida M. 14 ME and son Charles A. 10 WI. Also there is Almira Putnam 69 ME. She is an unmarried sister of his father Samuel. He is a son of Samuel Putnam and his first wife Susan Adams of Mexico, Oxford County, Maine. He was here in 1860, see that listing for the line. They will be in Montgomery County, Kansas by the 1880 census.
She is 16 WI and is a “house worker” in the household of Peter Wyatt. She is a daughter of George and Catherine Putnam. She was at home with them here in 1860.
He is 49 NY, a day labourer. His wife Polly is 37 OH. At home are their sons Eri 11 IA and Franklin 5 IA, as well as daughter Ella 3 WI.
He is 53 PA a farmer and his wife Elizabeth is 46 PA. Living with them are these Smith children: Albert 17 IN, Mary 15 WI, David 13 WI, Lucy 11 WI, and Cora 4 WI. He and Elizabeth were in Iowa County in 1860 and will be here with these kids listed as nieces and nephews in 1880.
He is 35 CAN (NY in 1860 and 1880, and was born in NY) and is a farmer. His wife Harriet Sanderson is 34 MA and their children Ida 9 WI and Nettie 3 WI are living at home. He is a farmer, and I gave his line back in the 1860. His brother Henry is listed shortly in Decatur.
He is 24 PA (OH) and is listed as a “traveling agent.” His wife Ella Tyrell is 19 PA and is keeping house. They were just married here February 19, 1870. He is a son of John Jacob Putman and Magdaela Fleek, as are the following Oliver and John Junior. This is a German family. See the 1860 for this line.
He is 34 WI (OH) and is a lawyer. He is living at the boarding house. He has recently returned from the Civil War. He will be here till about 1886 when he will die of complications of wounds received during that War.
He is 31 NY (actually CAN) and is a farmer. His wife Maria Holly is 30 NY and their children Eugene 3 WI and Minerva 8 M. (born in Nov.) WI are at home. He is Charles Henry Putnam from Ontario, Canada. He married Maria Adaline Holly September 16, 1865 in Albany, Green County, Wisconsin. Their first child, Eugene was born in Broadhead, Green County, Wisconsin in 1867. They will be in Fort Worth, Texas in 1880. He will die before 1900, and Maria will be there in Fort Worth with her son Charlie through the 1920 census. He is a brother of Cyrus Putnam listed earlier, and is a son of John W. Putnam and Minerva Scott from Oneida County, NY and then briefly Canada where Henry was born and then Winnebago County, Illinois.
He is John Jacob Putman Jr., 35 OH, a farmer, and his wife Virginia is 19 WI. Living with them is his mother Magdalena (Fleek) Putnam 65 VA. She will die here in 1874. Don’t know what happened to Virginia, but in 1871 John will marry Julia D. Moore and then will move to Fort Worth, Texas and be there the rest of his life. He probably went with the above Charles Henry Putnam though they are not remotely related.
HORACE PUTNAM Berlin, Green Lake County
He is 43 NH a farmer, his wife Sarah Jane Smith is 42 NH a housekeeper, and their son Winfield Scott is 10 WI and at school. Also living with them is Jennie Christie 15 SCOTLAND, also at school. He is number 2481. See the listing here for 1860.
She is 15 WI and is a domestic servant is the house of Moses Powers. She is probably the daughter of Eliza Putnam as shown in Dodge County in 1860.
He is 40 NH and is a farmer. His wife Levina is 35 VT and is a housekeeper. Their children Frank E. 14 MA, George H. 11 VT, and Bertram 4 VT are at home. He looks to be the son of Ira Putnam and Susan Kimball of Warren, Vermont. He was home in 1850 then gone.
He is 9 IL, she is 12 IL and they are living with a J. M. Voak.
He is 30 NY and is listed as a farmer. His wife Mary is 33 NY and is keeping home. Living with them are their children William 13 NY, Clara 11 IL, Mary A. 6 WI, and Bernard 2 WI. He is a son of Thomas Jedediah Putnam from Oswego County, NY. They were all here in 1860. Mort will be in Minnesota in 1880 and 1900. His folks are presently in Dunn County, Wisconsin.
He is 16 IL and is living with Theodore Putnam 20 IL, a laborer. They are residing in the home of Levi Withee. Hosea Ballou and Theodore are sons of Alden Putnam and Ann Eliza Smith. Their folks are in Monroe County now. If you look up the 1850 Illinois Census, you’ll find this family in Cook County and I have a good write-up there on their history.
She is 41 NY and is a servant in the household of Benjamin Buckmaster. She is probably either the wife of Theron’s brother William who was single here in 1860, or his sister listed as Hester in 1860.
He is 32 NY, a farmer, and his wife Elizabeth Helm is 32 WI, a housekeeper. They were married February 15, 1860 here in Fayette At home are children Dinia 9 WI, George H. 8 WI, and William 6 WI. Also there is Lewis Olson 15 NORWAY a laborer. He is a son of Lewis and Abigail Putnam from Cayuga County in 1850 and then here in 1860. He married Elizabeth here February 15, 1860.
HORACE PUTNAM Milwaukee (1st Ward), Milwaukee County
He is 46 VT and is listed as a locomotive builder. His wife Margaret is 48 SCOTLAND and a housekeeper. At home are James 16 VT, a “scholar,” and Della 14 VT, also a “scholar.” There is a Hugh McDerment 18 SCOTLAND a railroad brakeman who is Margaret’s son from her first marriage back in Scotland. Horace is a son of Perley Putnam and Mary Jane Cole. He was born in Franconia, Grafton County February 11, 1823. He married Marianna Antoinette Woodward in Manchester, New Hampshire September 13, 1845. They were there in the 1850 census, and in Northfield, Vermont in 1860. She died in September 1860. Margaret is a second wife. They will be in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1880.
MARY PUTMAN Milwaukee (3rd Ward), Milwaukee County
She is 37 BAVARIA and is keeping home. Living with her are her children Clinton 18 NY, Margaret 16 NY, and Webster 13 NY. She is the wife of Jacob Putman. They were in Albany, NY in 1860. Dutch family.
WILLIAM PUTNAM Milwaukee (7th Ward), Milwaukee County
He is 24 NY, a railroad clerk, and is rooming in the house of Hiram Chase.
He is 52 VT and is a farmer. Living with him is his wife Anna Eliza Smith 42 NY. Reuben’s son from Bethel, Vermont. They were in Cook County, Illinois in 1850. See that listing.
She is 40 NY and is keeping house in the home of William W. Atlis. She is the widow of L. F. Putnam from Vermont. They were here in 1860.
He is 27 NY and is listed as a laborer. Living with him is his wife Sarah M. Smith 27 NY and daughter Frances D. 1 WI. He is a son of Isaac Putnam and Mary Duel, who are listed next. He was home here with them in 1860. He was born in St. Lawrence County, NY on October 28, 1823, and married Sarah here July 18, 1866.
He is 50 NY, his wife Sarah 50 NY, Clark 21 NY, George 13 NY and Almira 4 WI. Also here is Israel Putman 47 WI (NY) working on the farm. Israel is a son of Solomon Putman and Margaret Walwrath. Not sure who Henry is though, but he is not his brother Henry.
He is 54 NY and is a farmer. His wife Mary Duel is 45 NY and Lester is 8 WI. Also living there is their son George Lewis Putnam 21 NY, a farm laborer, and his wife Margaret Jane Brooks 20 OH. George was born in Jefferson County, NY on February 24, 1849, and just married Margaret here December 23, 1869. This family is Dutch. He is a son of Solomon Putman and Margaret Walrath.
He is 34 NY and is a farm laborer. His wife Zilpha M. Ripley is 28 NY and is keeping home. Also living there is Ellis Cornwall 8 NY, who was Zilpha’s son from her first marriage. Nope, not a son of the above Isaac. He is a son of Henry Putman and Elizabeth Emhoff from Jefferson County, NY. He was born August 21, 1836 in Herkimer County, NY. Henry was a brother of Isaac above. Another Dutch family.
He is 31 NY and is a farm laborer. His wife Sarah Wanda Marks is 22 NY and their son Willie U. is 4 WI. He is one of Isaac and Mary’s sons. He was born December 10, 1839 in Herkimer County, NY and married Sarah May 17, 1864 back in New York. He served in the Civil War in Company A 4th Cavalry. Not sure f here or back in New York, but the entry is in the Wisconsin record.
She is 20 OH and is living with Daniel Brooks. She is the daughter of Daniel Brooks and Marie LaRue from Morrow County, Ohio. She is also listed above with her husband George Lewis Putman. They were just married here December 23, 1869.
He is 38 NY and is a farmer. His wife Nancy Wingate is 38 NY and their children Geo. (George) 14 NY, H. (female) 16 NY, Ida 11 NY, N. (Nelson) 6 NY, and Lydia 2 NY are at home. They were in Constantia, Oswego County, New York in 1860. He is a son of Cornelius and Clarissa Putman from Onondaga County, NY. The family is Dutch.
JOSEPH PUTNAM Appleton, Outagamie County
He is 43 VT and is a carpenter. His wife Sophia is 33 PA and their children Cora 11 WI, Ula (female) 9 WI, and Effie May 6 WI are at home. He is number 2694 in Eben’s book. He is a son of William Witt Putnam and Philena Buck. He was born in Bethel, Vermont on March 29, 1827. His family moved from Vermont to Erie County, New York and then to Union City, Penn. when he was 10 years old. He met and married Sophia there and then headed out here
He is 64 NY and is a farmer. His wife Mary is 48 CAN, their son Henry is 17 WI and is helping on the farm. He was widowed here in 1860, so Mary is a new gal, they were married October 28, 1868 but her maiden name wasn’t listed. They’ll be here in 1880 too.
He is 35 NY and is listed as a painter, his wife Caroline Thompson is 34 PA. At home are Albert 12 IN, Charles 10 MI, Chester 5 WI, and Carrie 3 WI. He is a son of Ebenezer Putnam and Philena Mason from Allegany County, NY. He was with his mom in 1850 in Hillsdale County, Michigan. They will all be in Woods County, Oklahoma in 1900.
He is 21 WI and is a “brakeman for the railroad.” He is rooming with Jacob Traverse. He is Aaron’s son Herbert Eugene Putnam.
He is 54 NY a carpenter, Mary (Aurilla Aylsworth) 45 NY, Jay 22 NY, Martha 19 NY and Hetty 9 WI. They were here in 1860 and will be in 1880.
She is 19 NJ (actually NY) and is “teaching school.” She is rooming with William George. She is Hezekiah’s daughter and is also shown with the family just above.
She is 41 VT and is living with her children Ella 12 WI, Ray 8 WI, and Ben (Burr) 6 WI. They are living in the Rock County Poor House. She is the widow of Charles A. Putnam who was here in 1860. She is in Janesville with her son Burr in 1880.
He is 24 NY and is a farm laborer. Living with him is his wife Louisa Everette 21 OH and their daughter Flora 2 WI. They will move to Cedar Rapids Iowa and Louisa is widowed there in 1880 and 1885 with Flora and 2 more kids.
He is 49 PA and is listed as a Grocer. His wife Lavinia Lucinda Babcock is 37 NY. Living with them are their children Florence 16 IL, Emmett 13 IL, Myrtle 12 IL, Walter 10 IL, Edson 7 IL, and Herbert 4 IL. Also living there is James Brace 26 NY, a farmer, and his wife Cora Brace 33 NY. They were in Winnebago County, Illinois in 1850 and 1860. See the 1850 there for his line. You can also see the Wisconsin 1880 for more info. And then they are in Iowa in the 1885 State Census in Mitchell County.
He is 41 MA and is a farmer. His wife Julia A. Worthen is 35 MA. Also at home are children William 6 MA and Mary 3 WI, as well as Frederick Hayden 16 ME and farm laborer. He was single in North Andover, Mass. in the 1860 census. They are here in 1880. He is a son of Levi Putnam and Betsy Fisk from Mass.
He is 33 VT and is a farmer. His wife Eliza J. is 24 VT and is keeping house. Living with them are their children Edith A. 4 WI and Ava (female) 2 WI. He is a son of Daniel and Rebecca Putnam. They were all here in 1860. They will be in Walworth County by 1900.
He is 43 VT, a farmer, and his wife Seraphina J. Chamberlain is 29 VT. Also at home are their children Laura E. 8 WI, Nellie 5 WI, and Abby R. 1 WI. There is also Thomas McGrain 70 IRE, a farm laborer, living with them. They were married here October 16, 1860. He too is a son of Daniel and Rebecca. Seraphina will die here on March 14, 1873, and Jesse will marry Betsy Elizabeth McIntosh May 9, 1874. They are here in 1880 and 1900.
He is 49 NY and is a farmer. His wife Jane is 47 NY and is keeping home. Also residing there are their children Fred S. 18 NY (a grocery clerk), Ida M. 11 WI, Charles S. 9 WI, and Edwin 6 WI. He is number 2855, see the listing here in 1860.
She is 73 VT and is listed as having no occupation. Living with her is her granddaughter Mary Fellows 8 WI. She is Mary Picket widow of John Putnam. She has been here a while.
He is John Day Putnam 32 CT and is a farmer and his wife Charlotte Lovell is 31 CT and is keeping house. At home are children William 10 WI, Catherine 9 WI, Sarah 3 WI, and Charles 1 WI. They were here in 1860, see that listing. This guy is an actual descendant of General Israel.
She is 19 OH and is “at home” with the Mann family. The Mann family consists of A.E. 41 VT, a commercial broker, wife Kate 35 OH, Charles 14 WI, Frank 10 WI, and Louis (male) 5 WI. There was a Norman Putnam here in 1860, but he didn’t have any kids listed. No real ideas.
He is 24 PRUSSIA, a brewer, and is rooming in a Hotel owned by Christian Olson.
He is 51 VT and is a farm laborer. His second wife Ida Rich is 26 VT, John 19 WI, Emma 17 WI, Charles 12 WI, and Fred 1 WI. He was here in 1860, but his wife Lucy Hyde has died since then. He married Ida September 10, 1864. He is a son of Jonathan Putnam (1952) and Mary Stockwell of Orange County, Vermont. They are in Chippewa County in 1880.
He is 32 NY and is a farmer. His wife Catherine is 28 NY and is keeping home. Living with them is their son George N. 3 WI. He looks to be a son of Benjamin Putman and Sophia Moyer of Montgomery County, NY. If so, a Dutch family.
He is 43 NY and is listed as a Broker. His wife Melissa Phillips is 36 NY. Also at home are their children John 11 WI, Albert 6 WI, Allen 6 WI, and Emma 6 months WI. They were here in 1860 and had two twin boys age 4 who are missing. I wonder if these two are them and the ages are 15 or 16. None are at home in 1880, but there is an Albert Putman age 25 right here then. I think same guy. He was a son of Aaron Putman from Cayuga County New York, and Montgomery County before that. Dutch family.
FRED PUTTMAN Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan County
He is 86 Saxony (Germany) and his wife Dove is 80 Saxony.
He is 70 NY and is a farm laborer. His wife Jane is 54 NY and is keeping home. Living with them are their sons Monroe 18 IL and George 16 WI. He is a son, I think, of Frederick Putman, Jr. and Margaret Barnhardt of Montgomery County, NY. Dutch family. They were here in 1860.
He is 70 NY, a laborer. His wife Jane is 54 NY and is keeping home. Also at home are their sons Monroe 19 IL and George 17 WI. Living next door to them are Robert Barker 41 ENGLAND, a farmer, and Louisa Putman 22 WI. Dual listing for the guy above.
He is 74 VT and is listed as having no occupation. He is living with Highland H. Park 34 VT, a farmer. Also living there is his daughter Lydia Stevens Putnam Park 34 NY and her daughter Emma Park 2 WI. He is a son of Jonathan Putnam (1845) and Abigail Burton. He was born in Andover, Vermont November 13, 1795. He was married to Rebecca Powell.
He is 64 VT and is a farmer. His wife Elvira Smith is 56 VT and daughter Lillian is 13 WI. He and the following Amos are more sons of Jonathan and Abigail Putnam.
He is 62 VT and is a farmer. His wife Margaret is 50 NY. Also at home is their son-in-law William Hutchins 32 NY, his wife Mary (Putnam) Hutchins 28 WI, as well as John Quinn 16 a farm laborer from Canada.
She is 60 NY, Hulda 18 WI. She is the widow of the Nathaniel and was here in 1850. He died here November 3, 1859. She and Hulda were here in 1860. Hulda is married to Harry Rose by 1880.
She is 43 CAN and is keeping home. Living with her are daughter Henrietta 20 WI and son Charles 13 WI. She is Ellen Coyle, wife of Charles Wesley Putnam. They were here in 1860. She, Charles and the rest of the gang will all be in Minneapolis, Minnesota by 1880 and Ellen will be widowed there in 1900.
He is 50 VT and is a farmer. His wife Mary Spofford is 47 VT. Also at home are their children Leman 13 WI, Georgiana 12 WI, and Herbert (Herbert Langdon) 21 VT. Also living on the farm is Aikin Boynton 56 NY, a carpenter, and his wife Amanda Boynton 53 NY. Pliney Moses Putnam is number 2588 in Eben’s book. He was born March 18, 1820 in Springfield, Vermont. He is a son of Abraham Putnam and Sarah Gill of Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont. They were in Dodge County in 1860. The whole gang will be in Filmore County, Nebraska by the 1880.
He is 56 VT and is a farmer. His wife Emeline Hazelton is 50 VT. Their children are Burton 18 WI, Wilton 14 WI, and Leslie 12 WI. Also there is John Clark 16 WI, a farm laborer, and Emery Bailey 4 WI (a grandson who will be here in 1880 too). He is another son of Jonathan Putnam (1845) and Abigail Burton.
He is 25 WI, a printer. His wife Nellie is 23 ENG and they have Winifred 2 WI. Also here is his younger sister Carrie Putnam 13 WI. She was listed as Clara in 1870 at age 3. He is a son of Erastus and Rosella Putnam from Waukesha County Wisconsin and here in 1860 and now. They are in Beaver County Utah in 1880. He will be in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington by 1910, and he will be there in an old soldier’s home by 1920. In the meantime Nellie and their daughter Winnie are in Leavenworth Kansas in 1885 and in Utica New York by 1910. A divorce it seems.
He is 51 NY and is listed as a Livery Man. His wife Rosilla Palmer is 49 NY and is keeping house. Living at home is their daughter Helen 22 WI who is a school teacher as well as Annetta 18 WI, Elbert V. 16 WI, Carrie 13 WI, and Josephine 11 WI. He is a son of Asa Putnam and Mary Taggart of New Hampshire and then New York. He has been here since the 1840s. He is a son of Asa Putnam and Mary Taggart originally from New Hampshire. He was born in Easton, Washington County New York June 12, 1819. He will die in Chicago January 18, 1907. Rosella was born April 12, 1822 in New York State and will die March 2, 1876. I don’t find him in 1880 yet, but he is in Cook County Illinois by 1900 and will die there in 1907.
He is 39 NH and is a farmer. His wife Isa is 33 ME and is keeping house. Living with them are their children Wallace 14 WI, Clavia 4 WI, and Sarah 2 WI. He is number 2483, a son of Hiram Putnam (1117) and Emily Griswold of Charlestown, New Hampshire. His brother Horace is in Green Lake County. In 1860, Levi was somewhere, but Isa and the kids were here. He did serve as a Corporal in Company A 36th Infantry in the Civil War.
He is 48 NY and is a farmer. His wife Mary Jane Marr is 33 NY and is keeping home. Also at home are their children George 14 WI, William 13 WI, Frank 10 WI, Ida May 8 WI, Edward 4 WI, and Albert 1 WI. They were here in 1860.
He is 28 IL and is a farmer. His wife Susan Wheeler is 35 NY and is keeping house. They were just married April 21, 1870 according to an IGI entry. Living with them are Milly 18 NY (a school teacher) and Edwin 10 WI. The kids are by Susan’s first marriage to a Sprague guy. The kids will revert to the Sprague name. They were in Dodge County in 1860. They are in Green Lake County in 1900 and back in Waushara County in 1910 living with her son Edwin.
He is now 56 NY and a retired grocer, his wife Christine Sheldon 52 NY and Henry 11 WI. They were in Houghton County, Michigan in 1860. He is a son of Asa Putnam and Polly Fowler from Vermont. He was born in Essex, Essex County, New York. They are here again in 1880.
He is 28 NY, Louisa Gaston 21 NY, Daisy 2 WI, and George 6/12 WI. Also there is Susan Gaston 56 NY, who looks to be Louisa’s mommy. He is a son of the above Harrison and Christine.
JAMES PUTNAM Oshkosh, Winnebago County
He is 29 CAN and is an engineer. His wife Dulcia Wheeler is 23 WI and is a housekeeper. Living with them are their children Maud E. 4 IL, George W. 2 WI, and Thaddeus L. 2 mos. WI. James married Lydia Dulcia Wheeler on April 10, 1864 in Green County, Wisconsin. They are in Wrightstown, Brown County in 1880. According to a descendant, he is a son of William Putnam (from NY) and Rachel Scott (from Canada), and was born in Canada January 15, 1841.
He is 37 NY, a farmer, and his wife Elizabeth Lane is 25 NY, a housekeeper. At home are children George 7 WI, Millie 2 WI, and Frank 1 WI. He is a son of Roswell Putnam (1170) and Mary Parks from Sanford, Broome County, New York. They’ll be here in 1880. He will be here in 1900 with a new wife, Emma Kuhn. Elizabeth will be here too, but on her own. Looks like a divorce. He will then head out to Portland, Oregon and die there September 9, 1916. Emma will be widowed there in the 1920 census.
He is 44 NY, a farmer, and his wife Elvira is 46 NY. At home are their sons Frederick 17 NY and Clinton 11 WI. He is a son of Roswell Putnam from Broome County, NY. There was a David there (age 24) in 1850. The above Orrin was a son of Roswell Putnam as well,
This is the full 1880 Census, not just the Soundex portion.
William is 19 CAN, Frank 17 CAN, Sarah 13 CAN, James is 2 WI, Warren 6 WI. They are stepchildren of R. and Elizabeth Wilkerson from Canada.
He is 28 Nova Scotia as were his folks. His wife Nettie Compton is 21 WI NY WI. He works on a steamboat. He is a son of John Putnam and Charlotte Phelps from Nova Scotia. He was in Brown County with his mother in 1870. He married Arnelta L. Compton in Brown County May 6, 1877.
He is 21 WI NY NY and works in a sawmill. He is in company housing there.
He is 39 CAN NY CAN, Lydia D. Wheeler 32 WI NY NY, Maud 13 IL, Thadeus 10 WI, Josephine 7 WI and Grace 3 WI. James married Lydia Dulcia Wheeler on April 10, 1864 in Green County, Wisconsin. They were in Oshkosh, Winnebago County in 1870. They are in Grant County in 1900 through 1910. He is a son of William Putnam and Rachel Scott and was born in Prince Edward County Canada January 15, 1841.
She is Charlotte Phelps, the widow of John Putnam and was here in 1860 and on. She is 50 NS (Nova Scotia), Ellen 29 NS, and Susan 20 WI are daughters. Then under Ellen are Guy 3 WI and Edward 9 WI. These are Ellen’s kids. Ellen is her daughter who married James Lee and was here with him in 1870. Charlotte will be here in 1900, and Susan will be married here in 1900 with her.
He is 24 NS (Nova Scotia), Mary Gaw 22 WI and Christine 2 WI. They were married here December 27, 1877. He is a son of Alexander and Rosanna Putnam who were here in 1860. His mom lives here in De Pere too. They are here in 1900 and he has a new wife here by 1910.
Alex’s wife is now 49 Nova Scotia, Warren 18 NS, Robert 16 WI, Leslie 6 WI and Ellen 1 WI. I think Warren was born in Wisconsin as well, unless he was born when mom took a trip back home He was listed WI in 1870. Her son Prescott is nearby, but her son William split. Now, about Alexander. He is not shown in this 1880 census, but is here in 1900 and young Leslie is with him. Rosanna is then missing in 1900, probably died by then.
He is 59 VT and living with his brother John P. Putnam 62 VT. He is a son of Jonathan Putnam (1952) and Mary Stockwell of Bradford, Orange County, Vermont. He will marry Clara Mapes here January 25, 1883. He will die before 1896 and Cara and kids are in Barron County in 1900 and then around here forever.
He is with his second wife, and has moved from Sauk County. He is 62 VT, Ida C. Rich 37 VT, Frederick 11 WI, Jennie 8 WI and Lizzie 6 WI. His brother Ephraim 69 VT is there as well. They are sons of Jonathan Putnam (1952) and Mary Stockwell of Orange County, Vermont.
He is 32 WI, Addie Wells 30 CAN, Charles 8 WI, Frank 7 WI, Emmett 5 WI and Eugene 2 WI. He married Julia Adaline Wells here on January 27, 1870. He is a son of William Barron Putnam and Esther Brown. He was at home with his dad in 1870 here.
William Wallace is 45 VT VT VT, Mary E. Fuller is 37 PA, Nettie 17 WI, Eber D. 11 WI, Clifford 9 WI, Eulalia? A daughter 6 WI. He is William Barron Putnam’s son and was in Bloomer, Chippewa County in 1860. They are all in North Dakota by the 1890s and will be forever.
He is 22 WI VT VT a tinsmith and boarding. He is a son of John Putnam and his first wife Lucy Hyde from Orange County, Vermont. They were here in Sauk County in 1860. Charles will be here in 1900 and 1920 and married by then.
She is 61 NY VT VT and lives with her sister Sarah Durston 49 NY VT VT and her husband M. C. Durston 51 VT. They are daughters of Samuel Putnam and Zenia Green of Clayton, Jefferson County, NY.
He is 22 CAN CAN CAN and boarding. He looks to be the son of George Putman of Thorold, Welland County, Ontario as shown there in 1871.
She is 22 WI VT PA. Might be the daughter of Charles Putnam and Adelia Wells from Rock County.
She is 24 WI and a ‘servant’ with a Fuller family.
She is 18 WI NY NY and a domestic servant with a Stiles family.
He is 12 WI NY NY, a stepson of August and Eliza Ebert. Eliza 43 NY NY NY would be his mom, obviously married to a Putnam before August. Eliza was in Dodge County in 1860 and 1870. They are here in 1900, but Eliza has resumed the Putnam name again. She is still here in 1910. His brother Ezra is presently in York, Dane County but will be here with them in 1900.
He works in a store and is 39 NY NY NY. His wife Harriet Antoinette Whipple is 38 NY VT NY and they have Birdella Lavinna 14 NY and Ida May 11 NY. Truman Samuel is a son of Chester Barnet Putnam. He was in Ellisburgh, Jefferson County New York up to the 1870. His mother died in 1861 and his dad and sister are in Kent County, Michigan. Truman will join them shortly. Birdella was born May 28, 1866 and will die in Grand Rapids, Michigan March 14, 1956. She will marry Horace DeWitt Smith June 30, 1886 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Ida May was born in Henderson, Jefferson County New York November 10, 1868 and will die in Grand Rapids Michigan March 31, 1917. She married John W. Tubbs September 10, 1900.
He is 21 WI NY VT and works on the Allen farm. He is a son of George Washington Putnam and Martha Rebecca Brewer of Burke, Dane County, Wisconsin. His folks are from Windsor County, Vermont. He will be in Wyoming and married by 1900.
He is 20 WI CT CT and a student at the University. He is a son of John Day Putnam from St. Croix County.
He is 50 MA ME MA and in a hotel.
He is now 33 NY, Emma Andrews 33 NY, John 9 WI, Edith 5 WI, and an infant son (should be Claude) 7/12 WI. Emma’s mother is with them. She is Ruth Smith 66 NY. Harper is a son of John and Catherine Putnam and was at home with them here in 1860.
He is now 62 NY NY NY, Catherine 50 NY NY NY and Carrie 22 WI is at home
He is 28 WI NY NY, Laura Chatterton his wife 25 NY CAN CAN, Eugene 5 WI and Viola M. 3 WI. He is John and Catherine’s son and was born here. He and Laura were married here November 27, 1873.
He is 26 MA MA MA a laborer and boarding.
He is 25 WI, NJ NJ and a ‘servant’ with a Mullen family. He was in Dodge County with his mother Eliza in 1860 and single there in 1870. They are all together in Columbia Colunty by 1900 and there through 1920.
He is indexed as I. G., but ol’ John has been here a while. He is now 59 VT, Mercee 62 CAN, and Enias, an adopted son, is 5 WI.
He is 48 NY NY NY, Sarah Barbara Wead 38 NY NY NY, Alonzo (Alonzo Sylvester born February 5, 1864) 15 IL and Orson (Orson Andrew born October 29, 1871, and will die July 6, 1899) 8 WI. They were in De Kalb and then Kane County, Illinois prior to heading up here. The kids were all born in Aurora, Kane County, Illinois. They are here in 1900, and John will die here January 22, 1903. Sarah will remarry to Frederick Schuyler in 1905. She will die here on April 5, 1922. I believe he is a son of John Putman from Herkimer County New York. If so, this is a Dutch family. The eldest child, John K. born back in 1859 is missing here. Don’t know what happened. There was another daughter, Fanny Barbara born February 22, 1862. She just married Isaac Livingston Johnson here on May 10, 1880. There was also a son, Oscar Albert born September 10, 1866, but he died here November 19, 1878.
He is 14 WI, and lives with his mother Christina Merow 62 Prussia and her new husband Christian Merow 65 Prussia.
He is 48 NY NY NY, Jane Balcombe 47 NY NY NY, Ernest B. 19 WI, Sarah J. 19 WI. He is a banker, president of the Chippewa Valley Bank. Been here since the 1850s.
He is 35 NY NY NY, Maria 38 NY NY NY, Mary 12 WI.
He is 17 WI NY NY and works on a farm. He looks like the son of Lafayette Putnam and was home in Scott, Sheboygan County in 1870. His brother Warren was in this town back in 1870 as well.
She is 47 NY NY NY and lives with a Crofoot family from New York.
He is 29 VT VT VT, Sarah Beeching his wife is 29 CAN ENG NY, and Harry R. 1 MA. He would be Edward Beecher Putnam a son of Edward Putnam and Caroline Stone from Middlesex, Vermont. They were married September 11, 1878 in Massachusetts. He was actually born in Malden, Massachusetts, but thought it was Vermont. They are in Jackson County Illinois in 1900 and then Sangamon County where he will die October 14, 1908 and Sarah will die there June 29, 1912.
Still around, he is now 57 NY, Burcha (Basheba) 40 NY, Estella 19 WI, Delia 17 WI, John 14 WI, Albert (Joseph A. in 1900) 12 WI and Venneta 8 WI. They will be in Chickasaw County, Iowa in 1900. He is of the New York Dutch line, she is New York Indian.
He is 61 PA VT --, Elizabeth 55 PA PA PA. Then there are a pack of kids with the last name of Smith listed as nieces and nephews. Albert F. 37 IN PA PA, Mary L. 25 WI OH PA, Putnam D. 22 WI OH PA, Lucy A. 20 WI OH PA, Clara 14 WI OH PA. Then there is another niece Emily E. Lincoln 10 WI PA --.
He is 54 OH VA VA, Sarah A. Connett 44 OH MD OH, Charles 20 WI, Lucia 18 WI, John H. 16 WI. Also his sister in law A. J. Connet 25 WI MD OH is with them. He is a son of John Jacob Putman and Magdalena Fleck. Been here since the 1840s. German family from Hampshire County, Virginia and then Licking County, Ohio where he was born. The son John H. will marry Carrie R. Carver here September 1, 1887. But I don’t know where he went by 1900.
He is 48 MA MA MA, a butter and egg dealer living in a hotel. In 1850 he was single in Holden, Worcester County, Mass., and in New York City in 1870. He is a son of Ebenezer Putnam (1503) and Tryphena Bassett from Holden.
He is 46 NY NY NY, Harriet Sanderson 45 MA MA MA, Ida 19 WI, Nettie 13 WI, George 8 WI. Also there is Harriet’s mother, Martha Sanderson 74 NH. They were here in 1860 and 1870.
He is 40 OH VA VA, Alice Malvena Copp, his wife, 30 WI, Oliver S. Jr. 3 WI and Matthew C. 1 WI. His brother H. C. (Henry Clay) Putman 33 OH is with him. They are sons of John Jacob and Magdalena Putman originally out of Hampshire County, Virginia and then Ross County, Ohio. German family originally from Maryland.
34 OH OH OH and boarding.
He is William Putnam, a son of Rufus Putnam and Mary Herskell
from Clark County, Ohio. He runs a clothing store here in town. He was at home
there in 1850. He will marry Harriet Jane Willard in the 1880s and they will be
in Fillmore County Minnesota in 1900. Jane will be widowed there by 1910. This
is from History of La Crosse County, Wisconsin, 1881, p. 785. “W. R.
PUTNAM, dealer in hats, caps and gentlemen's furnishing goods, No. 47 Main
Street, was born in Clark Co., Ohio, in 1846. His father, Rufus Putnam, born in
Marietta, Ohio, in 1805, was a son of Judge Edwin Putnam and a grandson of Gen.
Rufus Putnam, the first white man in Ohio. He was a brother of Gen. Israel
Putnam, and, in company with Gen. Tupper, purchased 1,500,000 acres of land in
what is now the State of Ohio, at 62-1/2 cents per acre, and in April, 1788, laid out the city of Marietta, this being the
first settlement made in the Northwest. W. R. Putnam enlisted in the early part
of 1863 in the 31st Ohio V. I., Company H, and was in the service about five
months when he was accidentally shot and discharged for disability. He was
afterward in the service about four months, under the hundred-day call, in
1864. He resided in different parts of Ohio till 1867, the last four years in
Cincinnati; came from there to Chicago, and from Chicago to La Crosse, in 1873,
to accept a position in the dry goods house of Mons Anderson, where he remained
four years, since which time he has been in his present business.”
He is now 53 NH NH NH, Sarah Jane Smith his wife 52 NH, Winfield Scott their son 19 WI. He is a shoe manufacturer as is his son. Been here since the 1850s.
He is 52 NY NY NY, Elizabeth Helm 45 TN TN TN, George 18 WI, William 16 WI, and Diana 20 WI. They were here in 1860 and 1870. He’s a son of Lewis and Abigail Putman from Cayuga County, New York. Dutch family.
She is 39 NY NY NY a servant with Lief Mayne from Norway.
He is 6 WI IRE WI, and a stepson of John and Hattie Waters.
He is 71 ME MA ME, Rhoda 71 ME ME ME. Son of a gun. This is Simeon Walker Putnam and his wife Rhoda Watson. He is a son of John Putnam and Lucinda Walker of Somerset County, Maine. They moved to Illinois in the 1840s and then to Iowa in the 1860s. Good to see they are alive and kickin’. Their daughter Rhoda came here to Wausau in 1850 and married a John Clarke here. By 1860 she was still here and her sister Fanny was with her. The folks must have headed here in the early 1870s to join them here in Wausau.
She is 82 NY NY NY and lives with her daughter Harriet Kittell 36 NY NY NY and her husband William and their children.
He is 32 WI, Ida 26 WI and Guy 8 WI. He is a son of Aaron and Maria from New York. He was born in Racine, Racine County, WI and was at home there in 1850 and 1860. He works for the railroad. He’ll be here through the 1920.
She is 50 Bavaria in a hotel it looks like. She was here in 1870, and with her husband Jacob in Albany, New York in 1860. Dutch line.
He is now 61 VT, Anna E. Smith his wife is 51 NY, Royal 6 WI. Royal is a grandson, probably a son of Alden’s son Theodore. They also have an adopted daughter Jennie Tousley 17 WI. He is a son of Reuben (number 1200) Putnam and Eleanor Abbott. He was born in Bethel, Windsor County, Vermont on November 27, 1818. He married Ann Eliza Smith in about 1847. He will die July 5, 1894. They were here in 1860.
He is 30 NY, Pricilla Brown 22 NY and Margie 9 MI. William Henry Putman is a son of Henry Putman and Elizabeth Emhoff from Jefferson County New York. He was born in Theresa, Jefferson County October 2, 1851. He will be here in Wisconsin till he dies in Chippewa Falls November 16, 1944. Pricilla was born in 1848 in Jefferson County and will die of pneumonia here on March 26, 1925. He will then marry Edith Isabella Ehlke who is some 40 years younger than him, and they are in Chippewa Falls in 1930. She will die there October 2, 1956.
He is 27 NY NY NY, Ellen C. Andrews his wife 32 CT and Wilber O. 2 WI. He married Ellen in Vernon County December 24, 1876. Also in the household are his parents, Israel 61 NY, and Lydia Ann Duel, 53 NY. Alice Putman 14 WI, is listed as well, and is probably Israel’s daughter. Israel and Clark were here in 1870, but not indexed so can’t check. Israel is a son of Solomon Putman and Margaret Walrath from Herkimer County, NY, and a brother of Isaac here in the town. Dutch family. He will have a new wife Millie and they are all in Acadia Parish Louisiana in the late 1890s, and there in the 1900 through 1930 censuses.
He is 57 NY, N. R. (Nancy Goddard, a second wife) 42 IL and Edna D. 3 WI. He was in Topeka, Kansas in 1870 and his wife was Lilla Moore from Canada. He will be in Windsor, Shelby County, Illinois in 1900. He is a son of Edward and Lydia Putnam as shown in 1860 in Lake County. He’ll be widowed in 1900, and be listed as born in Mass. at that time.
He is George Lewis Putman 31 NY NY NY, Margaret Jane Brooks his wife is 30 OH OH OH, Eliza 9 WI and Milton 8 WI. He is Isaac and Mary’s son. They are here in Sparta as well, and have been for a while. Dutch folks.
Isaac Putman is still here. He is now 64 NY NY NY, Mary Duel his wife is 60 NY, Lester 19 WI. Also there is Ida Gibson 8 WI listed as stepdaughter, probably a granddaughter.
He is now 61 NY NY NY, Lydia Ann Duel 53 NY NY NY, their daughter Allie 14 NY (should be WI) is with them. He and the above Isaac are brothers and they married Duel sisters. They are sons of Solomon Putman from Jefferson County, New York.
He is a Clergyman, 73 VT VT VT, Eunice Winship 54 MA MA MA. He has a stepson John Winship 19 WI NY MA. William Barron Putnam was in Sauk County and then Chippewa County in 1870. He was widowed then, Eunice is a new gal. She is widowed here in Greenfield Monroe County in 1900 and 1910. They were married September 24, 1871 and she was married to a Winship before.
He is 53 VT ENG VT, and his daughters Eula 19 WI and Effie 16 WI are with him. His wife Sophia has died in the past 10 years.
He was here in 1870. He is 48 NY NY NY, Nancy Wingate 48 NY MA NY, Nelson J. 15 NY, Lydia 12 NY and Wilber (William) 8 WI. His son George lives a couple of houses away. They were in Constantia, Oswego County, New York in 1860. He is a son of Cornelius and Clarissa Putman from Onondaga County, NY. The family is Dutch. They are here in Seymour in 1900 and 1905. Nancy is widowed here in 1910, and in 1920 she and Nelson and his family will be in Beloit, Rock County. She will be 87 then.
He is George Ward Putnam 22 NY, Mary LaPointe his wife 21 WI, George 2 WI and Louis 1 WI. His folks are the prior listing. They are in Green Bay, Brown County in 1900.
He is 2 WI and a stepson of John Reynolds. Her brother John Day Putnam Jr. 3 WI is there too. See the listing for John D. Something is very confusing here. He will be in Nevada in 1920.
He is 3 WI and a stepson of John Reynolds. His brother Dana is here too. This is screwy. John Senior is still alive, and listed next. He will be in Los Angeles with most of the kids, including these two, in 1890. No idea what’s going on.
He is 42 CT CT CT, Catherine (Charlotte Lovell) 41 CT, William H. 20 WI, Catherine E. 19 WI, Sarah L. 13 WI, Charles E. 11 WI. He’ll be off to California in about 10 years.
He is 73 NY CT CT, Mary 58 ENG (CAN). They were here in 1870, she is his second wife.
She is 68 Prussia, her daughter Agnes A. is 30 Prussia. They live with her other daughter Bertha Fixin 42 Prussia and her husband Adolph Fixin 46 Holstein.
He is a tug boat captain 27 NY NY GERM, and boarding. He is a son of Jacob and Mary Putman from Albany. He was home there in 1860. He was with his widowed mother in Milwaukee in 1870. He will be married in Los Angeles in 1900. Dutch family.
He is a carpenter 63 NY CT CT, Aurilla Aylsworth his wife is 56 NY NY NY. Been here since the 1850s. Hezekiah, Aurilla and Hettie will move to Carroll County Iowa where their son Jay Samuel Putman is now. They will be there in the 1885 state census
She is 19 WI NY NY and at school. She is a daughter of the above Horace, and was shown with them in 1870.
He is 54 VT, Martha Rebecca Brewer his wife 52 VT, George H. 27 VT, Frederick E. 18 WI, Israel P. 12 WI, and A. (Addison) Lincoln 9 WI. They were in Burke, Dane County in 1860 and in 1850 were in Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont. See 1860 for his line.
He is 51 MA MA MA, Julia Worthen 45 MA, William 16 MA, Mary G. 15 WI and Henrietta 7 WI. They were here in 1870. He is a son of Levi Putnam and Betsy Fisk from Mass.
She is 54 VT NY NH, Ella 22 WI, Burr 16 WI. Burr is listed as a ‘Morocco Dresser’, not a transvestite but a leather worker. She Adelia Wells is the widow of Charles A. Putnam from Johnstown. She was in the County Alms House in 1870 with her two kids. She and her son Burr are in Rockford, Winnebago County Illinois in 1900, and she is in the Winnebago County Alms House in Illinois in 1910.
He is 45 NY NY NY and boarding.
He is 21 MI MI MI and boarding. He is a son of William and Martha Putnam from Leroy, Ingham County, Michigan.
He is an oil inspector 59 NY NY NY, Jane M. 56 NY VT MA, Fred 26 NY, Ida M. 22 WI, Charles 19 WI and Edwin 17 WI. Been here since the late 1850s. He was born in December 1820 and will die here August 20, 1891.
Right now he is 58 PA, Lavinia Babcock 47 NY, Florence 25 IL, Emit (George Emmett) 23 IL, Myrtle 22 IL, Walter (Walter Ernest) 20 IL, Herbert 14 IL and Mabel 9 WI. In 1850 and 1860 he was in Laona, Winnebago County, Illinois, which lies directly below Rock County, Wisconsin. He’s only moved a few miles since then. In 1850, he lived right along side his folks John W. and Minerva Putnam. He was born in North East Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania. In 1830, his folks are in Batavia, Genesee County, New York. They moved to Ontario, Canada and then to Illinois in the 1840s. By 1900, they will be in North Milton Precinct, Umatilla County, Oregon. Kids will be there through the 1920. Based on his son Walter’s kids birthplaces at that time, the family moved to Iowa and, they were there in the 1885 State Census, before heading northwest to the Coast.
Jesse Carleton has been here since the 1840s, a son of Daniel and Rebecca. He is now 53 VT MA NH, Eliza Betsy McIntosh his second wife is 43 SCOT, Laura E. 18 WI, Leona N. 14 WI, Abbie 11 WI, Daniel 7 WI. This is a second marriage for both as there are three step children: Mary Jane Skuse 23 Boston MA, Lillie Skuse 21 NY and James S. Skuse 17 NY at home. They were married here May 9, 1874. His first wife Serephina Chamberlain had died March 14, 1873. Laura is from his first marriage. They are here in 1900.
He is a farmer 42 VT VT VT, Eliza Jane 34 VT VT VT, Edith 14 WI, and Amy 12 WI. They were here in 1870 and will be in Walworth County by 1900.
He is 29 WI VT NY, Mary Ann 27 MI and Edward A. 5 WI. He is a son of John P. Putnam of Sauk County. They will be in Canyon County Idaho in 1900 and then divorced by 1910.
In 1900, he uses his full name of Alfred, so I’ll use it now. He is 41 NY NY NY, Mary Ackerman is 40 NY, Lulu 19 NY, Clark 14 NY, Birdie (Evelyn) 8 MI. David Ackerman 69 NY, Mary’s dad, is here too. They were in Eaton County, Michigan in 1870, and will be in Milwaukee in 1900 and 1910 and 1920. He is a son of Daniel and Diana Putnam from Jefferson County, New York.
He is Elbert Victor 25 WI, Agnes Emilie Roeitzsch his wife 24 WI, Arthur 4 WI and Charlotte 2 WI. He a son of Erastus Israel Putnam and Rosella Palmer from Waupaca County. Erastus was a son of Asa Putnam and Mary Taggart from New Hampshire and then in Washington County New York. Elbert was born September 19, 1854 and married Agnes in 1874-75. They are in Milwaukee in 1900. Agnes will die there February 18, 1910. Elbert will be widowed in Chicago, Illinois in 1910 and 1920 and die there in 1929.
He is 44 NY NY NY, Catherine 40 NY, George N. 13 WI, Linn P. a daughter 7 WI, Giles 4 WI and Henry 1 WI. He is a son of Benjamin Putman and Sophia Moyer. He was home in 1850 in Cazenovia, NY. Dutch family.
He is a druggist, 48 VT MA MA, Belle Telestra 38 IL, Mary Jane 8 WI. There is also a stepson Mortimer Williams 19 WI from Telestra’s first marriage. He will be here with a new wife in 1910 and then widowed by 1920. Think he is a son of John Putnam and Frances Stone of Cabot, Vermont.
She is 66 NY NY NY and boarding with Robert Barker from England. She is the widow of Frederick Putnam from Linn Township in 1870.
He is 24 WI NY NY, Leora DeLine, his wife, 16 WI and Mabel 1 WI. He is a son of Frederick and Jane and was with them here in 1860. They were married here March 10, 1878. They will be in McHenry County Illinois in 1900 and 1920.
She is 13 WI NY ME and a niece of William and Susan Chase. Susan 48 ME ME ME would be her aunt. She could be a daughter of Erastus Putman in Waupaca County.
He is a farmer 38 IL IL NY, Susan A. Wheeler 44 NY MA MA. There is also Edwin L. Putnam 20 WI listed as a stepson. They have been here since 1860 and Edwin was listed as a regular son before this. He is actually a son of Susan’s first marriage to a Sprague. He will use the Sprague name later on. In 1910 they all will be in Waushara County, and he will be listed as E. Sprague. Selim and Susan will be with him then.
He is 55 NY NY NY, Mary Jane Marr 44 NY NY NY, Ida M. 18 WI, Albert A. 10 WI, Stacy N. (a son) 8 WI, Guy M. 5 WI and Freddy 2 WI. They were in nearby Marion in 1870, and in the County in 1860 as well. His eldest son George is in Iowa, William has gone to Missouri, and Frank Adelbert is in Iowa. They are in Waupaca County in 1900, and he will die there January 6, 1906. Pretty sure he is Dutch but I don’t find him before 1860 anywhere.
Still here and is now 72 VT NH NH, Margaret 59 NY NY NY.
He is 23 WI VT VT, Dora Luella Park 23 MN VT VT. He is Wilton Fremont a son of Prucius Putnam and Emeline Hazelton here in town. They were married here December 21, 1879. He will die September 2, 1882. Dora will be widowed here in 1900 and then be in Milwaukee still widowed through the 1930 census at age 73.
He is now 66 VT VT VT, Emeline Hazelton 60 VT VT VT. They also have a grandson Emery H. Bailey 14 WI with them. Emery was here in 1870 too. He and Emma will be in Weld County Colorado in 1885 near their son Prucius Wallace Putnam who has been there a while now.
He is now 25 NY NY NY, Josephine 25 IL, Cora B. 2 IL and Walter 8/12 WI. He is Lafayette’s. Seems he popped over the border for a couple of years.
He is 12 WI and a ‘prisoner’ in some sort of juvenile reform school.
He is a harness maker, 23 IL NY IL and boarding. He is the son of Samuel Porter Putnam and Minerva Brock. He was at home in Mason County Illinois in 1870.
He is listed as Hiram, but is the Harrison who was here in 1870 too. He is 65 NY MA MA, his wife Christine Sheldon is 61 NY NY NY. His son’s George and Henry have moved on. George is married and in Michigan now and will be till he dies in 1918. Christine will die here December 1, 1884.
He is 46 NY, Lizzie 35 NY (she is Elizabeth Lane), George 17 WI, Nellie 12 WI, Frank 11 WI and Carleton 1 WI. Also there is Emma Kuhn 21 WI. Interesting, in 1900 the Emma listed here will be his wife, not Lizzie. He is a son of Roswell Putnam from Broome County New York. He was here in 1870.
He is 53 NY MA MA, Alvira 55 NY CT CT, Clinton 21 WI. Another son of Roswell Putnam and Mary Park. He was here in 1870. The son Clinton Hamilton will marry Dora C. Bristol here on October 21, 1887. He will then marry Harriet Jane Russell here June 22, 1897. They are here in 1900.
He is 26 NY NY NY, Cynthia Eldridge 20 WI OH OH. He is a farmer. He is a son of David and Elvira from here. He married Cynthia March 25, 1880. They are in Wood County in 1900 and Cynthia is widowed in Oshkosh in 1920.
He’s moved from Racine where he has been since the 1840s. He is now 67 PA, Sarah Campbell 64 TN (KY in 1860), their son Thomas E. is here but I’m giving him his own listing.
He is 22 WI NY NY and works on the Miller farm. He looks to be the son of Jacob and Mary Jane Putman from Waushara County as shown in 1870.
He is 34 IL, Lillie 32 NY, Nellie 14 WI, Addie 11 WI, twins Della and Stella 6 WI. He is living with his folks Edwin and Sarah. They were in Racine in 1850 and 1860.
This census lists both the age and the month and year of birth. It is many times inaccurate, as the year was added in later when the separate reports were compiled.
She is 34 WI Sep 1865, Frank 15 WI May 1885, John 13 WI May 1887, Arthur 10 WI May 1890, Hester 6 Jul 1893 and Guy (Clyde) 3 WI Aug 1896. They are all in Chippewa County in 1905 and 1910. Clara Mandada Mapes married Ephraim Putnam in Chippewa County January 25, 1883 and he died before 1896. Ephraim was a son of Jonathan Putnam (1952) and Mary Stockwell of Bradford, Orange County, Vermont.
He is 31 WI Feb 1869, Myrtle Owen his wife is 26 PA Oct 1873, Mabel 10 WI Apr 1890, Made 5 WI Jun 1894 and Maud 4 WI Jan 1896. He is a son of John P. Putnam from Vermont. In 1880 he was at home with them in Chippewa County. They are in Jackson County Oregon in 1910 and 1920.
She is 16 WI Jan 1884 and listed as daughter in law of Clarence P. Winn.
He is now 44 NS-CAN Feb 1856, Mary Gaw 39 WI Sep 1860. He is Alex’s son and has been here since 1860. There will be a divorce in the next year, as he will marry Caroline Wright in 1901 and be here with her in 1910. Mary will be a servant with a family in Allouez, Brown County in 1905. Says she is married.
He is 67 CAN born Jan 1833. His son Leslie 22 WI Mar 1878 and Leslie’s wife Mollie Johnson 21 WI Mar 1879 are with him. Alec was here in 1860 and 1870, missing in 1880 and now here again. His wife and kids were here in 1880, however. Leslie was married here December 21, 1898.
She is Charlotte Phelps 70 CAN (Nova Scotia). With here are her daughter Susan Statton 39 WI and her husband Elmer Statton 42 OH. She is John Putnam’s widow and has been here since the 1850s. Charlotte was born in Amherst, Nova Scotia February 4, 1823 and will die here in February 1904.
She is Dorothy Pierson 24 WI May 1876 and boarding with Christina Ferguson. Her son Robert is 2 WI May 1897. She is the wife of Alec’s son Robert who is now missing, but they will be in Madison, Dane County in 1905, 1910 and 1920. They were married here February 3, 1898 (?).
He is 43 NY Oct 1856, his wife Mary LaPointe 41 WI Sep 1859, Jesse a son 21 WI Apr 1879, Pansy 16 WI Jul 1884, Ethel L. 18 WI Dec 1882, Allen 14 WI Sep 1886, Claude 13 WI Mar 1887, Maryann 11 WI Nov 1889, Elmer F. 9 WI Oct 1891, Frank 5 WI Mar 1895, Lillie 3 WI Jan 1897. Also there is a granddaughter Lydia 2 WI Mar 1898. They were in Outagamie County in 1880. He is a son of George who is still back in Outagamie County. He is divorced in Preble, Brown County in 1905 with his three sons. I don’t find them in 1910. George will die in Outagamie County October 25, 1912 and Mary is widowed in Milwaukee by 1920. The son Frank is married there in 1920. The son Claude is married to Julia Haver and they are in Outagamie County in 1920 then back here in 1930 and 1940.
She is 17 WI Jul 1883 and a servant with David Smith. She is also listed above with her folks George and Mary.
She is 50 SWITZ, and has two of her children by a former marriage. They are Oscar 26 WI and Anna 24 WI last name Weissmiller. She had married A. G. Putnam in Green County on November 24, 1886, and he has since died. She is here in 1905 through 1930.
He is 36 NY Jul 1864, Cora M. Hunter 28 WI Sep 1871, Blanche M. 8 WI Apr 1892, Aurelia M. 6 WI Aug 1893, Vinna E. 4 WI Mar 1896, Nancy R 2 WI Apr 1898, and Nelson Jr. 1 WI. They will be in Beloit, Rock County in 1920 and 1930. A son of George and Nancy from Outagamie County in 1880.
He is 42 WI May 1858, Rosa M. Steese 34 WI Sep 1866 and Emma M. 17 WI Mar 1883. He is a son of John Putnam and his first wife Lucy Hyde from Orange County, Vermont. They were here in 1880 and in Sauk County in 1860. He married Rosa here April 10, 1881. They are here in 1910 and he is widowed in California in 1920 and 1930.
He is 52 WI Mar 1848, Julia Adeline Wells 50 CAN Oct 1849, Emmett 25 WI Mar 1875, Eugene W. 22 WI May 1878 and Archie L. 15 WI May 1885. They were here in 1880.
He is 26 WI Apr 1874, Agnes Noteman 22 WI Jan 1878, Gaile a son 2 WI and his twin Gladys 2 WI both born May 1898. He is a son of John B. Putnam and Addie Wells, and was born here.
He is 48 NY Oct 1851, Georgia 39 WI May 1861. He is a son of Henry Putman and Elizabeth Emhoff from Jefferson County, NY and then in Sparta, Monroe County, WI. Dutch family. He will be here till he dies in 1933.
She is 81 NY VT CT Feb 1819 and lives with her widowed sister Sarah A. Dunston 69 NY VT CT. She is an unwed daughter of Samuel Putnam (1898) and Zenia Green of Clayton, Jefferson County, NY. She was home in 1860. She will die here December 27, 1906 after a hopefully nice Christmas.
He is 13 WI Apr 1887 and an inmate at the Wisconsin Home for the Feeble Minded.
He is 28 WI Apr 1872, Annie Metzger, his wife, 25 WI Jan 1875. He is Cyrus’ son, shown in Green County in 1880. They are here in 1910 and in Taylor County in 1920.
He is 24 WI Apr 1876, Clara Maude Bangle, his wife, 19 WI Aug 1880, Volney James, a son, 2 WI Jun 1898, and Helen 2/12 WI Mar 1900. Ernest Wesley Putman is a son of John and Amanda also here in Mentor. They were married in Eau Claire County March 7, 1896. They are all here in 1910.
He is 49 NY Oct 1850, Manda (Amanda Paulina Nokes) 46 NY Nov 1853, Rastus (Russ in 1920) 19 WI Oct 1880, Emma 16 WI Sep 1883 Lila 11 WI Sep 1888. John Putman is a son of Henry Putman and Elizabeth Emhoff from Jefferson County NY and then in Sparta, Monroe County, WI. Dutch family. Here still in 1910, and Amanda will be widowed by 1917.
She is 65 NY Jun 1835, her son John is 28 WI Feb 1872. She was here in 1880 as was John.
He is 40 WI Apr 1860 and lives alone. He is a son of the above Eliza Putnam. He and his brother John are all together here with their mom in 1905.
He is 32 NY Mar 1868, Grace Rogers 21 WI Sep 1878 and Grace Mildred 9/12 WI Sep 1899. They were married here November 17, 1897. He is the son of Alfred Putnam and Mary Ackerman. He was with them in Eaton County, Michigan in 1870 and here in Sheboygan in 1880. They are here in 1910.
He is 19 WI Dec 1880 and boarding. He will be here still single in 1910, and married in Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin in 1920. He should be the son of Isaac Harper Putnam and Emma Smith. He was just born here in 1880.
He is 48 VT Feb 1852, Ruth Calloway 40 WI Oct 1859 and May 15 ND Nov 1884. He is a son of George W. Putnam and Martha Rebecca Brewer, and was in Richland County in 1880. He and Ruth were married in Crawford County December 25, 1883. Ruth is widowed here in 1905 through 1920.
Isaac Harper is 53 NY Aug 1846, Emma Andrews Smith 53 NY Jun 1846, Arthur C. 9 WI Dec 1890. There is also a boarder Ruth Montanye 22 WI. He’s been here since the 1850s, a son of John and Catherine.
He is 29 WI Mar 1871, Lillie O. (Lillian Octavia Higginbottom) 24 WI Feb 1876, Arthur S. 6 WI Apr 1894, Leon C. 4 WI Sep 1896, and George W. 3/12 WI Mar 1900. He is a son of George Washington Putnam and Martha Brewer from Rutland, County, Vermont. They were in Richland County back in 1860. They will be in Dewey County, South Dakota in 1920. Arthur will have his own family then. The son George will be in the Army at Fort Dix in New Jersey in 1920.
He is 28 WI Apr 1872, Mary 24 WI Nov 1875. He is a son of Isaac Harper Putnam and Emma Smith from Dane County. He was home there in 1880, and will be here in Waupun in 1900, but it will be part of Fond du Lac County then.
She is 23 WI Jul 1876 and living with her father Carl Nelson. Her son Ensor G. 4 WI Sep 1895, daughter Gladys 7/12 WI Jun 1899 are with her. She married Orson Andrew Putman, son of John Putman of Sturgeon Bay, Door County. They were married September 6, 1893. Orson died here July 6, 1899 leaving her widowed. They are still here with her folks in 1910.
He is 69 NY NY NY Jan 1831, Sarah Wead 59 VT VT VT Jan 1841. They were here in 1880 and Illinois before that. John will die here January 22, 1903. Sarah will remarry to Frederick Schuyler in 1905. She will die here on April 5, 1922. I believe he is a son of John Putman from Herkimer County New York. If so, this is a Dutch family.
He is 36 IL Feb 1864, Lucretia Catherine Johnson 31 CAN Mar 1869, Hubert 11 WI Sep 1889, and Phyllis 4/12 WI Jan 1900. He is a son of John and Sarah Wead Putman and was here in 1880. He was born back in Aurora, Kane County Illinois February 5, 1864. He and Lucretia were married here March 29, 1887 and are here in the 1910 census. He will die May 22, 1917, and Lucretia will be widowed in Chicago, Illinois in 1920 living with her son Hubert and his wife Ella.
He is 40 ENG Feb 1860 and boarding with a John McGuire.
He is 21 WI Sep 1870, Clara Brown his wife 36 WI Mar 1864, Isle a daughter 6 WI Dec 1893 and Emmett 3 WI Nov 1896. He is a son of John B. and Addie Putnam, and was at home with them in Auburn, Chippewa County in 1880. He married Clara here on October 11, 1892. He is here still in 1910, and off someplace by 1920.
She is 50 NY Mar 1850, Jeannette 24 NY Feb 1876. She is the widow of Samuel Cleveland Putnam of Cortland, New York. She and Jenny were there with him in the 1880 NY census. Samuel was a brother of the following Henry Cleveland Putnam. She will be in Queens, New York in 1910 with her oldest daughter Annie who is married there now.
He is now 68 NY Mar 1832, Jane E. Balcom 67 NY Aug 1832. There are also three servants with them. He is Hamilton Putnam’s son and has been here since the 1850s. He is widowed here in 1910.
Interesting. This is Isaac Van Rensselaer Putman, jr. Don’t know where he has been, as I don’t find him listed with the family in 1860 nor 1880. He may well have stayed back in Herkimer County, New York, but was here in 1888 when Nora was born. His dad has died in Sparta back in 1870. At any rate, he is 63 NY Aug 1836, Mary C. Dinger, his second wife, is 43 WI Mar 1857 and Nora E. 12 WI Dec 1887. His first wife, Zilpha Ripley, died in Sparta in 1882. Dutch family.
He is 67 VT Oct 1832, Gertrude Towne 48 OH Sep 1851. He’s been here since the 1850s. Gertrude is his second wife. They were married here July 4, 1890. He’s Leander and Martha’s son from Washington County, Vermont.
She is 75 NY (PA in 1880) May 1825 living with John Church and listed as ‘mother.’ She is the widow of David Putnam. They were in Wingville, Grant County in 1880.
He was in Brown County in 1880. He is now 59 CAN Jan 1841, Dulcie (Lydia Dulcia Wheeler) his wife is 52 WI Aug 1847 and they have James M. 16 WI Jun 1884. They are in Wingville, Grant County in 1905 and 1910. He is a son of William Putnam and Rachel Scott and was born in Prince Edward County Canada January 15, 1841.
This is what happens when you spell it like he pronounces it. He was indexed as Hassam when the guy putting the info on the card couldn’t tell a S from a R. But Hiram pronounced his name Harram. He is John Hiram Putman and was born here May 16, 1863. He is 36 WI May 1864, Cassie or Carrie Carver 30 WI Sep 1869, Leo James 11 WI May 1889. I don’t find them in 1910 but he is probably in Manville, Niobrara County Wyoming. He will die there December 3, 1917. His son Leo is single there when he registered for the draft. Leo will then move to San Francisco and marry Ethel and be there in 1920 and 1930 and forever. He’ll have a young wife Pauline by the 1950s.German folks out of Virginia.
Sarah Cannett, Hiram’s widow is now 64 OH Jan 1836 and lives by herself.
She is Harriet Sanderson, 64 MA Apr 1836, and lives alone here. She is Cyrus’ widow and has been here a bunch of years. Cyrus died of stomach cancer August 31, 1898. Harriet will die January 30, 1917 in Monroe at the home of her daughter Nettie.
John Jacob’s son is now 53 OH Jan 1847. He has a servant, Ida Eugene 26 WI with him. He’s president of the Green County Bank at the present time. He was married to Frances Sutherland back in 1881. German family from Virginia. By 1907 he will have a new wife Clara Richardson who will be with him in 1910, and she will be widowed here in 1920.
He is 21 WI Feb 1879 and lodging with Lewis Hyatt. Oliver’s son was born here.
He is 23 WI Apr 1877, and lodges with William McCord. He is Oliver Junior and was born here. German like most everyone in Brodhead. He will be an actor in New York City in 1930. He’ll still be single then.
He is now 59 IL, Nov 1840, Susan A. Wheeler his wife 65 NY Jun 1834. In 1850 and 1860 he was with his mom and stepfather in Dodge County. He and Susan were in Waushara County in 1870 and 1880. They are back in Waushara County in 1910.
She is 37 WI Oct 1862 and listed as the daughter of Maria Kendall. She married Winfield Scott Putnam here in 1883 and they were here in 1895 and separated ever since. She is here in 1905 through 1940 at least and lists herself as divorced then.
He is 31 WI Jul 1868 and listed as a servant to Crist Custerson.
He is 39 CT May 1861 and a servant with Edward McClark.
She is 27 WI Apr 1874 and listed as a servant with Laurence O’Reilly. She is a daughter of James Putnam and Lydia Wheeler and was at home in Brown County in 1880.
He is 33 MI Nov 1861. His wife Frances Josephine Curry is 33 WI Aug 1866, and their son Daniel C. 14 WI Feb 1886. He is the son of Abraham Putnam and Mary Blazier as shown at home in 1870 and 1880 in Leslie, Ingham County Michigan. He married Frances in Wood County February 18, 1885. They are in Barron County in 1910 and in Minnesota in 1920 and 1930.
He is 19 WI May 1881, and listed as servant to William Bushman.
He is 92 Unknown and in the Asylum for the Chronic Insane. He looks to be the guy who just popped up in Winnebago County in 1880. That guy was from NY, his folks from Mass.
He is 56 NY Oct 1843, and his daughter Katie M. 17 WI Feb 1883. He is a son of Isaac Putman and Mary Duel from Jefferson County, NY and then here in Sparta, Wisconsin. He was married to Sarah Smith who has died recently. Katie will get married and divorced in the next 3 years. Charles and here are in Trempealeau County in 1905
He is 37 WI Apr 1863, Anna C. Reed his wife 32 WI Feb 1868, James 7 WI Feb 1893, Esther 5 WI Feb 1895 and Charles H. 2 WI Feb 1898. He is a son of Theron and Elizabeth Putnam. He married Anna here August 13, 1891. They are here forever.
He is 35 WI Jan 1865, Fannie Louise Stoll his wife 32 WI Jul 1867, Edna 7 WI Jun 1892 and Roy 1 WI Jul 1898. They were married here December 20, 1888. He is a son of Theron and Elizabeth Putnam. He was home with them here in 1870 and 1880. Fannie will be widowed here in 1905 through 1930.
He is 67 NY Jul 1832, Elizabeth Jane Helm 61 WI Sep 1838. He is a son of Lewis and Abigail Putnam from Cayuga County in 1850 and then here in 1860. He was with his mother Abigail here in 1850, and married here in 1870 and 1880.
He is 73 WI (it is really VT) Mar 29, 1827. He is living with his son in law William Knott. We haven’t seen him since 1860, but he’s been here and will till he dies. He is son of William Witt Putnam and Philena Buck of Bethel, Windsor County, Vermont. His wife Sophia has died. Joseph is married here in 1905 and then his wife Angie is widowed by 1910.
He is 20 WI Nov 1880 Ida Wolfe, his wife, 18 WI Jun 1881. Can’t find him in the 1880. He and Ida will be in Oconto County in 1905.
He is 45 WI born Sep 1854, Agnes 44 WI Aug 1858, Alfred 19 WI Aug 1880, Nora 16 WI Sep 1883, Warren 14 WI Jan 1886 and Lillian 2 WI Dec 1897. Not sure who he is. He and Agnes were in Sheboygan County in 1880.
He is 49 CAN born Aug 1850, Margaret 47 WI Sep 1852, Albert 17 WI Dec 1882, Oliver 15 WI Apr 1885, Margaret 8 WI Dec 1891, Jenny 5 WI Feb 1895. Also there is an Ellen Putman 58 IRE Nov 1841 listed as sister in law.
He is 63 NY June 1836, Mary Ackerman 62 NY Aug 1837. They live with their son in law Arthur Peticolas, and their daughter Evelyn Peticolas. They were in Eaton County, Michigan in 1870 and here in Sheboygan County in 1880. They will all be here in 1910 and 1920 as well. He is a son of Daniel Franklin and Dianna Putnam from Jefferson County, New York.
He is 24 WI Feb 1876, Martha George 23 GER Apr 1877 and son Raymond 11/12 WI Jun 1899. They are living with Martha’s sister Anna 25 GER married to John Spanheimer. He is a son of Elbad? and Agnes Putman from Sheboygan County in 1880. Their marriage record of August 22, 1898 lists her as Martha S. George.
He is 60 WI Nov 1840 and lodging with August Koch.
He is 51 WI Jun 1848 and boarding. He is a son of Aaron and Maria from New York. He was born in Racine, Racine County, WI and was at home there in 1850 and 1860. He works for the railroad. His wife Ida has died. He will be married to a new gal Mollie by 1902 and here with her in 1910 and 1920.
He is 30 KS Feb 1870, Mattie E. (Martha Ellis) is 30 WI Feb 1870, Ellis L. 3 WI Jun 1896, and Julia L. 2 WI Nov 1897. Also there are Mattie’s brother Ralph B. Ellis 20 WI and his wife Ruth S. 16 WI, and Mattie’s sister Evaline Ellis 12 MI. They were married here September 17, 1895. He is a son of Robert W. and Julia Putnam and was born in Leavenworth, Kansas. His folks are here in Wauwatosa as well. They are here in 1910 and by 1920 they will all be in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kirk and the family are all in Burbank California by 1930.
She is 75 MA Mar 1825, her grand daughter Dulcia Tarr is 22 WI Sep 1877. She was here in Monroe County in 1880 and was married to William Barron Putnam in Tunnel City. She is here still in 1910.
He is 51 NY Feb 1849, Margaret Jane Brooks 50 OH Mar 1850, Milton Elmer 28 WI May 1872, Jacob Roswell 17 WI Mar 1883, Ira E. 12 WI Nov 1887, Andrew Earl 8 WI Nov 1891, Florence N. (an adopted daughter) 4 WI May 1896, and two grandchildren: George E. 6 WI Dec 1893 and Ester M 2 WI Apr 1898. The two grandchildren belong to his son Milton. Milton was married to Mary Reitz on July 23 1892, and she just died in 1899. On November 3, 1900, he will marry Ida Lorenze and they will be here in 1910. Isaac’s son has been here since the family arrived in the early 1850s. The sons Ira and Andrew will be in Benton County, Oregon in 1920. Dutch family. Margaret will die here in 1907, and George will marry Mary Dinger here in Sparta around 1910, and they will be in Washington County, Oregon by the 1920 census. Mary was married to his cousin Isaac Van Rensselaer Putman who died here in 1908.
She is Mary Duel, Isaac’s widow who died here in 1896, 79 NY Aug 1822, Lester H. 39 WI Nov 1862. Also there are two of Lester’s children Mamie A. 18 WI Jul 1883 and John L. 14 WI Jul 1887. The son Lester was married to Ella Nichols, who has remarried James W. Ripley. They got a divorce in the late 1890s. Ella is with James Ripley and her daughter Hazel (Lester was the daddy) in Wells, Monroe County in 1905 and Angelo Center, Monroe County in 1910. In 1910 Lester has a daughter born in Nebraska in 1907, who may be with another wife, though he is listed as widowed in 1910. Just doesn’t want to admit to being divorced I guess. He will be in Corvalles, Oregon in the 1910 and 1920 census. Dutch folks.
PERSYLLIS PUTNAM Sparta, Monroe County
She is 52 NY Oct 1849 and lives alone. She is Priscilla Brown, the ex-wife of William Putnam as shown in the 1880 census in Little Falls, Monroe County. William has married Edith Ehlke and moved to Chippewa County where he will stay till he dies in 1933.
He is 19 WI Jul 1881 and lodging with Charles Dunlop. He should be the son of Julian Putnam and Emma Johnson from Sherburne County. He was just born there in 1880.
He is 46 MI Mar 1854 and is boarding with Edwin Lewis.
He is 68 NY Apr 1832, Nancy Wingate 68 NY Mar 1832, Lydia 30 NY Apr 1870 and Victor J. 9 WI Mar 1891. Victor is listed a grandson in 1905 he is a son of George’s daughter Lydia and an unknown guy. They were here in 1880. George will die in a hospital in Milwaukee September 22, 1905. Nancy will die here in Seymour March 4, 1921. Dutch from Oswego County, New York.
He is 40 WI Dec 1859, Mattie 33 WI Mar 1867. Also there is a niece Louise Cory-Thomas 8 IL. He is William Hutchinson Putnam a son of John Day Putnam and Catherine Lovell, and was with them in St. Croix County in 1860. William married Mattie L. Foster in River Falls, Wisconsin on May 21, 1890. He is the city treasurer here in River Falls. He also seems to have had a hobby of raising honeybees.
She is 51 MI Mar 1849 and divorced. She has two sons: Calvin Wilson 16 WI and Stephen A. Putnam 9 MN. So she was either divorced twice or widowed the first time. She was here in 1895 and is still here in 1905 and 1910. Her son Stephen in the 1925 Iowa State Census states his folks were Israel Putman from Pennsylvania and Lydia Armstrong. Pretty sure Israel was the son of Pliney and Martha Putnam as shown in the 1857 census of Rice County Minnesota. He and his folks were from Pennsylvania and Stephen was born in Minnesota.
He is 55 GER Apr 1845 and boarding.
He is 16 WI WI SD Nov 1883 and a servant to Edward Lewis. No ideas at all as to the folks, but he will head South to Tennessee and marry a girl named Stella there in 1909 and then be over the border in Jackson County Alabama in 1910. In 1920 and 1930 he is in Chattanooga Tennessee with a second wife Cordelia and a stepdaughter. But still no ideas why he went to Tennessee or who his folks were.
He is 42 NY Jul 1857, Mary 39 PA Aug 1860, William 16 PA May 1884, Lillian M. 12 WI Aug 1887 and Webster Junior 10 WI Sep 1889. He is a son of Jacob and Mary Putman from Albany. He was home there in 1860. Dutch family. His brother Clinton was probably here recently as well. Clinton is presently in Los Angeles, and has a wife Ida Dana from Wisconsin and a 5 year old daughter born here in 1894.
George Washington Putnam and Martha Rebecca Brewer’s son was born here. He is 32 WI Oct 1867, Venetta May McBride his wife of 6 years is 30 WI Sep 1869 and James L. 5 WI Jun 1894. They are in Lincoln County in 1905 and 1910 through 1930. The son James Leslie will marry Rena from Wisconsin and they will have a daughter Elizabeth here in 1922 and Virginia in 1926. He was born in Ash Ridge Wisconsin June 6, 1894 and will die in Los Angeles June 3, 1979. Rena was born in Merrill, Wisconsin October 2, 1899 and will die in Orange, California October 13, 1984.
He is 38 WI Aug 1861, Luella Jane Bobb 40 WI Sep 1858, Peter F. 14 WI Apr 1886, Ralph A. 10 WI Aug 1889, Florence M. 3 WI Dec 1896. He is a son of George Washington Putnam and Martha Brewer. He was at home in 1880 in Marshall, Richland County. He married Louella here September 4, 1884. They are here still in 1910. Then they will be in Stanislaus County, California in 1920.
She is 64 MA Apr 1836. She is listed as mother in law with B. S. Burchow or something. She is Harriet Sanderson, widow of Cyrus Putnam from Green County.
He is 23 WI Apr 1877. His wife Marie Carls 22 IL Dec 1878. He is James Eugene Putnam, a son of Sylvester and Laura Putman from Dane County. They are just married June 14, 1900, and will be here in 1910 and in Monroe County in 1920. He will be widowed and back here by 1930.
She is Sylvester’s widow from Dane County. She is now 44 NY Jul 1855, Eugene 23 WI Apr 1877, John 18 WI Oct 1881. Her daughter May 20 WI Feb 1880 and her husband Robert West 25 WI are here as is her mother Laura Chatterton 73 CAN. Sylvester has just died here on April 13, 1900.
He is 14 WI Jan 1884 and listed as a servant with William Wright.
Daniel and Rebecca’s son has been here since the 1840s. He is now 73 VT Mar 1827, Betsy Eliza McIntosh his second wife is 65 SCOT Apr 1835, Daniel 27 WI Mar 1873. Betsy will die here September 23, 1905. Jess is widowed here in 1910 (but not in the census index) and will die here November 13, 1913.
He is 22 IL Jul 1877 and boarding. He is a son of Wallace A. Putnam and Mary Lyman from Ela, Lake County, Illinois. In 1880 he was there with his folks and they were living with his grandparents, Dennis Putnam and Harriet Minor.
He is 19 WI Feb 1881 and boarding with Ira Aurdick. He should be a son of the following Harry and Mary Putnam. He will be in Hennepin County, Minnesota, single in 1910 and married in 1920.
He is 53 MA Feb 1847, Mary Dippen 36 WI Aug 1863, Charlotte 16 WI Aug 1883, Parker 14 WI May 1886, Cora 11 WI Aug 1888. There are also four boarders. They are here in 1905 and Mary will be widowed here in 1910 and 1920. Parker will still be with her, though he will be married by 1908.
She is the widow of Sereno James Monroe Putnam who was here with her in 1860, but not listed since. Sereno died here in Janesville on August 20, 1891. She is 75 NY Sep 1824, Charles S. 39 WI Aug 1860. Also there is her daughter Ida P. Hall 42 WI Jan 1858, her husband James J. Hall 46 NY and their son Harold 16 WI.
She is 66 NY Sep 1833, and lives alone. Melissa Phillips is the widow of Lafayette Putnam. They were in Scott Township, Sheboygan County from the 1857 through the 1870. I can’t find them in 1880. She and Lafayette were from New York. Dutch family.
He is 33 WI Jul 1866, Calvin 11 IA Aug 1888, Raymond 8 WI Dec 1891 and Bernard 7 WI Mar 1893. No wife is listed, although he has been married to Cora Calvert now for 9 years March 10, 1891). They are in Green County in 1905 and 1910 together. He is a son of Lafayette and Melissa Putman and was at home with them in Sheboygan County in 1870.
She is 28 WI May 1872, Stephen 6 WI Aug 1893, Bessie 5 WI Mar 1895, Lottie 3 WI Feb 1897, Frank 2 WI Apr 1898 and Gladys 1 WI May 1899. She married Albert F. Putnam (born WI) here November 25, 1891. He must have just died. She will be widowed here in 1905, and then will marry Clarence Bullock in 1907, and be here with him and the kids in 1910 and 1920. Only Albert that might fit would be Jacob and Mary Putman’s son from Waushara County as shown in 1880.
He is 33 WI Mar 1867 and listed as a nephew of Henry Dockstader. His wife Helena Maurer is 27 WI Oct 1872 and listed as niece. He is a son of the next listed Gilbert. He was at home here in 1880. They are still here in 1910 and she is widowed here in 1920 and 1930.
He is 64 NY Mar 1836, Catherine Nare 60 NY Sep 1839. They were here in 1880. He is a son of Benjamin Putman and Sophia Moyer. He is from Cazenovia, NY. Dutch family.
Still here, but looks like a new wife. He is 67 VT Mar 1833, Belle 56 IN Oct 1843. He will be here widowed in 1905 and 1910 and living with his daughter Mary Jane then. Think he is a son of John Putnam and Frances Stone of Cabot, Vermont.
He is 62 VT Nov 1837, Eliza J. 54 VT Aug 1845. They are here still in 1910, and she’ll be widowed here in 1920. He is a son of Daniel Putnam (1834) and Rebecca Jane Carlton. He was at home in 1850 and 1860 in Rock County. In 1870 he was still in Rock County, but then married to Eliza.
He is 46 WI May 1854, Josephine 45 NE Oct 1854, Eugene W. (Walter) 20 IL Oct 1879, Frank W. 19 IL Sep 1880, John J. 16 IL Feb 1884, Fred H. 15 IL Jan 1885, Iva M. 13 IL May 1887 and Emma 11 WI May 1889. He is Lafayette’s son and was born in Sheboygan County. Josephine will be here in 1905 and 1910, but by herself after she and Warren are divorced.
He is 46 IL Jun 1853, his wife, Etta Ann Hollister, is 34 IL Oct 1865, Gertrude 14 WI Jun 1885, Ross 12 WI Aug 1887, Pearl 10 WI Aug 1889, Clyde 7 WI Nov 1892, and Glen 4 WI Apr 1896. He is a son of Frederick and Jane Putman from Linn, Walworth County. He and Etta were married here April 22, 1884. He was at home back in 1860 and 1870. They are here through 1930 and longer.
She is 28 WI Apr 1872 and lives alone. She is Nettie M. Christenson and married John G. Putman here May 16, 1898. John just died here on March 18, 1900. No idea who he was.
She is 20 WI Jan 1880, and a servant for Frank Machus.
He is 45 NY NY NY Jul 1855, his wife Maggie Wussaw 26 WI GER GER Feb 1874. They have Gracie 16 WI Nov 1884, Nora 10 WI Jun 1890, Harvie 7 WI Jun 1893, Orvil (Annabell) 2 WI Feb 1898, Herbert Apr 1900. The first 3 are from his first marriage. He is George Ward Putman a son of Lafayette and Melissa Putman from Sheboygan County. He was listed as Ward there in 1870. He married Margaret May 15, 1896. This is his second marriage. He first married Louisa Kupkufelke here August 13, 1881. They are here in 1910, and in 1920 but they are separated then. George will die here July 24, 1921. Margaret is in Waukesha, Waukesha County widowed in 1930 as well.
He is 33 WI Aug 1867, Matilda Hemple 24 WI Aug 1876, Maud 2 WI May 1898 and Ora a son 5/12 WI Jan 1900. He is a son of Jacob Putman and Mary Jane Marr from Waushara County. They were married June 30, 1897. In 1910 they are in Green Lake County, and in 1920 they will be in Racine, Racine County.
He is 21 WI Jun 1878 and a hired hand of Hans Larson. He is a son of Jacob and Mary Putnam from Waushara County. He’ll be here in 1905, and in Monroe County, Wisconsin in 1910, and in Houston County, Minnesota in 1920.
She is Dora Luella Park 42 MN Jan 1858, her daughter Daphine W. 19 WI Dec 1880. She was married here to Wilton Putnam a son of Prucius and Emeline Putnam from here and Vermont before that. He died here September 2, 1882. She will be with her daughter in Milwaukee in 1920 and 1930.
He is 47 WI Aug 1852 and boarding with Eugene Waterman. He looks to be the William J. who was shown at home with his folks, Jacob Putman and Mary Marr, in Marion, Waushara County. Age is off, bet the actual age is 42. Those two numbers look alike.
He is 24 WI Nov 1875 and boarding with George Jillian. He is a son of Gilbert Putman and was with that family in 1880 in Sheboygan County. He is here in 1910 and married then.
They were in Waushara County before this. He is listed as 81 NY but is really only about 72 NY, Mary Marr 64 NY Mar 1836 and Fred 22 WI Jun 1877. Jacob will be widowed in 1905 with his son Edward in Waushara County. Jacob will die here January 6, 1906.
She is 70 NY Dec 1829, and listed as mother in law with Albert Steel.
She is 62 NY Oct 1837 and lives alone. She is still here in 1910.
He is 41 WI Dec 1858, Harriett Jane Russell his wife 39 WI Apr 1861. He is son of the following David. He was shown at home in the 1870 and 1880 here. He first married Dora C. Bristol here on October 21, 1887. He later married Harriet here on June 22, 1897. They are here in 1905, Providence, Rhode Island in 1910 and then in Crawford County Pennsylvania in 1920.
He is 74 NY Sep 1825. He was here in 1870 and ever since. He is a son of Roswell Putnam from Broome County, NY. He will die here on March 31, 1907.
He is 42 WI May 1857, Lillie Irene Bishop his wife 36 WI Jun 1864 and Pearl J. 8 WI Sep 1891. They were married here March 17, 1883. He is William Putnam a son of Jacob Putnam and Mary Marr. He was born in Marion, Waushara County.
She is 47 IL born Apr 1853, and living with her sister Tille Atkins.
She is listed as 66 NY Oct 1833 and living with her daughter E. J. Crowfoot. I believe she is Elizabeth Lane, ex-wife of Orrin Putnam.
He is 27 MI Mar 1873, Bertha Wesenberg his wife is 26 WI Feb 1874. They will have some kids and be in Portland, Oregon in 1910 through 1930. He is the son of Martin H. Putnam and Harriet Burlingame from Pentwater, Michigan. He was born in Pentwater March 11, 1872 and will die in Portland, Oregon January 31, 1940. Bertha is a daughter of Henry and Maria Wesenberg and was born here in Oshkosh in February 1874 and will die in Portland December 26, 1953.
He is now 66 NY Nov 1833, Emma 41 WI Sep 1858, Chester W. 10 WI 1889, Harold O. 8 WI May 1892, Salome M. 4 WI Sep 1895. Now, back in 1880 Orin was married to Elizabeth Lane and this Emma was living with them at that time. Her name was Emma Kuhn then. Now it seems Lizzie and he may have divorced and he married Emma. Probably a good story here someplace. Anyway, he is a son of Roswell Putnam of Broome County, New York. Been here since the 1860s. He will head out to Portland, Oregon and die there September 9, 1916. Emma will be there, widowed in 1920 with her son Harold.
He is 31 WI Apr 1869 and boarding. He is a son of Orin Putnam and Elizabeth Lane. He was born here in Oshkosh. His folks are still there.
He is 85 PA Jul 1814, Sarah Campbell his wife 81 TN Jan 1819, and John 17 WI May 1883. This John is listed as a grandson. John must belong to their son Thomas who is missing in this census. Edwin will die here on March 5, 1902. Sarah will be in Appleton, Outagamie County in 1905 living with her granddaughter Ada who had married Edward Marsh. Ada was a son of their son Thomas
He is 47 NY Nov 1852, Cynthia Eldridge 39 WI Jun 1860, Arthur 16 WI Feb 1884, George 14 WI Jan 1886, Earl 11 WI Aug 1888, Florence 9 WI Dec 1890, Sarah 7 WI Apr 1893, and Grace 4 WI May 1896. Also there is Cynthia’s father John Eldridge 66 OH Dec 1833. He is Sereno James Putnam’s son as shown in 1880 in Rock County. They are here in 1905 and in Oshkosh, Winnebago County by 1910.