Anne (Holyoke) Putnam

Anne (Holyoke) Putnam

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Anne Putnam formerly Holyoke
Born in Tanworth, Warwickshire, England
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Wife of — married in Lynn [Essex County], Massachusetts
Died in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
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Biography

Ann, daughter of Edward and Prudence (Stockton) Holyoke, who came from one of the most prominent and aristocratic families in the colony, and were founders of the present city of Holyoke [Hampden County], Massachusetts. She occupied in the church the "principal pew" reserved for women, the leading church distinction in that day. Her death occurred 01 September 1666. Lieutenant Thomas and Ann were the grandparents of Major General Israel PUTNAM, and great grandparents of Major General Rufus PUTNAM. Ann Holyoke was also the great aunt of Edward Holyoke, president of Harvard University from 1737 to 1769.[1][2]

Baptized

Anne was baptized January 18, 1620/1, in Tanworth, Warwickshire, England.

JANUARY 18, 1620/1, Tanworth, Warwickshire, England.[3][4][5]

Religion

Anne occupied in the church the "principal pew" reserved for women, the leading church distinction in that day.

Date: 1684[6][7]

Immigration

Anne ...

Date: 1637, Massachusetts[8]

Death

Anne ...

SEPTEMBER 1, 1665, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts[9][10][11]
Death ca 1665, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.[12]
death occurred 01 September 1666.[13]

Buried

Family

Husband: Thomas Putnam
Wife: Ann Holyoke
Child: Ann Putnam
Child: Sarah Putnam
Child: Mary Putnam
Child: Thomas Putnam
Child: Edward Putnam
Child: Deliverance Putnam
Child: Elizabeth Putnam
Child: Prudence Putnam
Child: Joseph Putnam
Marriage:
Date: OCTOBER 17, 1643
Place: Lynn, Massachusetts[14][15][16][17][18][19]

Sources

[1]Douglas Richardson, The Ancestry of Edward Holyoke, and His Nephew Thomas CONT Morris of New Haven, "The New England Historical and Genealogical CONT Register", Vol. CXLVII: January 1993.

[2]James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary, of the First Settlers of New CONT England , (Baltimore, MD: GPC, 1969), in the custody of the Waco-McClennan CONT County Library, Waco, Texas.

[3]Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, (Salem, Mass:, Essex Institute, CONT 1918), Volume II, Births.

[4]Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to_1700, (Baltimore, CONT MD: GPC, 1985), in custody of the Waco-McClennan County Library, Waco, CONT Texas.

[4]Savage Dictionary [Joseph is not found in the Salem Vital Records].

[5]Genealogical and Family History of the State of Vermont, Publication: Carleton, ed. Chicago: Lewis, 1903, pp 404-407, Note: Dr. Warren Edward PUTNAM, of Bennington [Bennington County], Vermont, Submitted by Cathy Kubly,

[6]http://www.rockvillemama.com/bennington/putnamwarrenedward.txt Text: Ann, daughter of Edward and Prudence CONT (STOCKTON) HOLYOKE, who came from one of the most prominent and aristocratic CONT families in the colony, and were founders of the present city of Holyoke CONT [Hampden County], Massachusetts. She occupied in the church the "principal CONT pew" reserved for women, the leading church distinction in that day. Her CONT [Ann (HOLYOKE) PUTNAM's] death occurred 01 September 1666. Lieutenant Thomas CONT and Ann (HOLYOKE) PUTNAM were the grandparents of Major General Israel CONT PUTNAM, and great grandparents of Major General Rufus PUTNAM. Ann HOLYOKE CONT was also the great aunt of Edward HOLYOKE, president of Harvard University CONT from 1737 to 1769.

[7]Rand & Heather Putnam Title: The Putnam/Thompson Family Genealogy Abbreviation: The Putnam/Thompson Family Genealogy Publication: http://www.geocities.com/randputnam/


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  1. Source: #S473
    Anne was born before January 18, 1620/1, in Tanworth, Warwickshire, England.
    JANUARY 1620/1, Tanworth, Warwickshire, England.<ref>Source: [[#S469]] Data: Text: Birth Jan 1621, Tanworth, Warwickshire, England</li>
    <li id="_note-1">[[#_ref-1|↑]] Source: [[#S481]] Data: Text: b: 18 Jan 1620/21 in Tanworth-in-Arden, Warwickshire, England (45)</li> <li id="_note-2">[[#_ref-2|↑]] Source: [[#S469]] Data: Text: Christen 18 Jan 1621, Tanworth, Warwickshire, England</li> <li id="_note-3">[[#_ref-3|↑]] Source: [[#S474]] Data: Text: Chr: 18 Jan 1620/1 Tanworth, Warwick, England</li> <li id="_note-4">[[#_ref-4|↑]] Source: [[#S481]] Data: Text: b: 18 Jan 1620/21 in Tanworth-in-Arden, Warwickshire, England (45)</li> <li id="_note-5">[[#_ref-5|↑]] Source: [[#S473]] Data: Text: She occupied in the church the "principal pew" reserved for women, the leading church distinction in that day.</li> <li id="_note-6">[[#_ref-6|↑]] Source: [[#S499]] Data: Text: In 1684 Mrs. Putnam in the apportionment of seats in the meeting house at the Village was seated in the first, or principal pew reserved for women.</li> <li id="_note-7">[[#_ref-7|↑]] Source: [[#S469]] Data: Text: Immigration 1637, Massachusetts</li> <li id="_note-8">[[#_ref-8|↑]] Source: [[#S474]] Data: Text: Died: 1 Sep 1665 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts</li> <li id="_note-9">[[#_ref-9|↑]] Source: [[#S481]] Data: Text: d: 1 Sep 1665 in Salem Village, Essex Co., MA (66)(67)</li> <li id="_note-10">[[#_ref-10|↑]] Source: [[#S499]] Data: Text: d. 1 Sept. 1665</li> <li id="_note-11">[[#_ref-11|↑]] Source: [[#S469]] Data: Text: Death ca 1665, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts</li> <li id="_note-12">[[#_ref-12|↑]] Source: [[#S473]] Data: Text: Her CONT [Ann (HOLYOKE) PUTNAM's] death occurred 01 September 1666.</li> <li id="_note-13">[[#_ref-13|↑]] Source: [[#S469]] Data: Text: Marriage 17 Oct 1643, Lynn, MA</li> <li id="_note-14">[[#_ref-14|↑]] Source: [[#S473]] Data: Text: He [Thomas PUTNAM] was married 17 August 1643 at Lynn CONT [Essex County], Massachusetts, to Ann, daughter of Edward and Prudence CONT (STOCKTON) HOLYOKE</li> <li id="_note-15">[[#_ref-15|↑]] Source: [[#S474]] Data: Text: Marr: 17 Aug 1643 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts CONT | To: Lieutenant Thomas Putnam[3]</li> <li id="_note-16">[[#_ref-16|↑]] Source: [[#S481]] Data: Text: m: 17 Oct 1643 in Salem, Essex Co., MA (57)(58)</li> <li id="_note-17">[[#_ref-17|↑]] Source: [[#S497]] Data: Text: married (1) ANN HOLYOKE October 17, 1643 in probably Lynn, Massachusetts, daughter of EDWARD HOLYOKE and PRUDENCE STOCKTON</li> <li id="_note-18">[[#_ref-18|↑]] Source: [[#S499]] Data: Text: m.1. 17 Oct. 1643 Lynn, MA, ANN (3) HOLYOKE (d. 1 Sept. 1665)</li></ol></ref>




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