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men from Lynn marched through Medford. The word reached Salem and Danvers at about nine o'clock in the morning of the nineteenth. The DanveDanvers men, three hundred and thirty-one of them, without waiting for a full regiment set off at nine o'clock. Before noon they came striding thrrter. The high street to Menotomy. Whence come you? Minuteman. Danvers. Forward! Mrs. Fulton. Not a second's pause (clasps hands)! Saws. (Enter Dr. Tufts.) Tufts. Truly the whole countryside is up. Danvers men already. I trow that never men came thence at such a pace befd he could not but take fire had he seen the faces of those men of Danvers. Heat, exhaustion, hunger, thirst—forgotten in that determination doctor. Tell us what we must do now if these game men of ours or Danvers come wounded back. Tufts. Gather the women and scrape lint for er hill assuredly. Whence come ye? Minuteman. Salem. Tufts. Danvers and Lynn have passed already. Ye are late. Minuteman. All has
history of this family (Henry), as the father left Danvers and his son Henry seems to have remained there, cau a company there; his son Henry was also there from Danvers. In 1738, he united with his brother, Samuel Puteir mother, Elizabeth, in a deed of sale of land in Danvers to Benjamin and Joseph Knight. In or about the yeaPutnam, but had not disposed of all his property in Danvers, as he was on tax list in 1752, and on the fourth o of the three tellers at the first town meeting in Danvers to collect and count the votes for selectmen. At then styled Gentleman, and, according to Wyman, from Danvers. For proof of the identity of Henry of Charlestothy of notice that the Danvers militia marched from Danvers to West Cambridge, a distance of over sixteen milesbreastwork. There were nearly two hundred men from Danvers and Beverly. Henry Putnam, senior, of Medford, was Henry Putnam's father, Eleazer Putnam, lived in Danvers. He settled on a farm north of the Gen. Israel Put