Florance Robertson in her book "The Genealogy of Henry and Ann Kinnestates Henry Kinne married a woman named Annwho was admitted to the Salem Church on August 24, 1654;and who died in 1680.She sites records and published biographies that state that Henry Kinne's wife was Ann Putnameand that they were married on the 12th day of the 10th month in 1649.Her facts, however, dissolve as she writes that she is "presumed to be the same Anne Putnam who was baptized Feb. 4, 1629-30, Greenwich, Kent, Eng., dau. of Edmund (Edward) Putnam of Greenwich and his wife Anne Compton, who were married Feb. 10, 1623-4 at Greenwich, Eng."Florance Robertson bases her claim on the fact that the Kinne and Putnam families were close neighbors in Salem.
Putnam, Eben "A History of the Putnam Family in England and America" The Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., Salem, Mass, U.S.A. 1891. Miscellaneous; lxix.see at archive.org
Robertson, Florance Keeney "The Genealogy of Henry and Ann Kinne, Pioneers of Salem, Massachusetts" Wetzel Publishing Co., Inc. 524 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, California. 1947. p. 1,2.see at hathitrust
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Please see comment by Anne B where she give additional sources to find marriage of Ann Compton to Edmund Putnam. Also dismisses any problem in spelling of Putnam/Putman.
I am hopeful that we can keep the name "Ann Compton," disconnecting parents and siblings, deleting references to royal line in her bio and sources, and adding that she was NOT of the royal line so that others will not make her royal in the future.
After this is solved, I would like to collaborate with you about Ann Putnam Kinney. Putnam-116
Howard-5219 and Putnam-116 are not ready to be merged because: one of the Profile Managers has made a polite request to postpone merging Putnam and Howard into Unknown. This is not an indefinite delay, but will be discussed next week after they return from a family event. Meanwhile I will be looking into some links they sent me. We don't want to rush this change. Thank you. April Dauenhauer
Howard-5219 and Putnam-116 appear to represent the same person because: Please review these potential duplicates.
Based on the bio for the husband there is no evidence for either name Howard or Putnam - both sets of parents for these women should be removed and the maiden name should be Unknown. IF There is a solid source for a different solution - can it be proposed? Henry had only one wife that was the mother of his children her name was Ann - so these are a duplicate.