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lunteers followed in their wake, among them Henry Putnam, in 1758 a lieutenant in the Louisburg camp the second play Mrs. Putnam is the wife of Henry Putnam who was killed at Lexington. Nancy and Mering hugely, Mercy in attendance. Nancy and Mrs. Putnam at gate. Characters. Nancy. Aged eighlve Nieces of Abigail and Edward Brooks. Mrs. Putnam. A neighbor. (Husband was killed at Lexingt. Of the King's Own. Two farmer lads. Mrs. Putnam. Good day, Mistress Nancy. Tell your aunt pper, it grows late. Nancy. Of a surety, Mrs. Putnam, and thank you vastly for your assistance. r help—you and the other good neighbors. Mrs. Putnam. Sartin sure! Never in all my born days diould be too good for our brave patriots. Mrs. Putnam. Poor fellows! Sorry I can't stay to help r folks ana me ana my folks. Nancy. Yes, Mrs. Putnam, we're all High Liberty Men together, come what may. Mrs. Putnam (really going). Tha ain't no one more willina to give fer the cause 'n wha[1 more...]
Henry Putnam. Anything relating to the life of a man like Henry Putnam, the soldier from MeHenry Putnam, the soldier from Medford who was killed at the battle of Lexington, is always of historical interest. Two articles h Eben Putnam, published in 1907, p. 70. Henry Putnam b. 14 Aug., 1712; bapt. Salem Village, 17 romantic story concerning the courtship of Henry Putnam. It is related that on one of his journeyse he removed to Charlestown, as the name of Henry Putnam does not occur on the Danvers tax list untison and not the father who is mentioned. Henry Putnam Middlesex Co. Registry, Vol. 57, p. 209, Apr., 1753. Deed Joseph Hartwell to Henry Putnam. Middlesex Co. Registry, Vol. 62, p. 563, 9 May, hundred men from Danvers and Beverly. Henry Putnam, senior, of Medford, was killed, his son Henry d, was near or among the Danvers men. There Henry Putnam gave up his life for his country at the age 15 Sept., 1751, d. Savannah, Ga., 1801. Henry Putnam's father, Eleazer Putnam, lived in Danvers.[4 more...]