The old colonial American and Puritan Putnam family was founded by John and
Priscilla Gould Putnam in the 17th century, in Salem, Massachusetts. ... (1679–
1716), accuser at Salem Witchcraft tr...
The witch hysteria of 1692 began in Salem Village. ... members of the community
were the Putnam family who were intregral in promoting the witchcraft trials.
According to Boyer and Nissenbaum, the village split into two factions: one
interested in gaining more autonomy for Salem Village and led by the Putnam
Nov 19, 2013 ... House of Thomas Putnam & family in Danvers circa 1891 .... The Salem Witch
Trials eventually came to an end in 1693 and Thomas Putnam ...
Although Thomas Putnam's role in initiating legal proceedings has been
generally recognized as important to the escalation of the witchcraft crisis in
Salem in ...
Ann Putnam, Jr. played a crucial role in the witchcraft trials of 1692. ... her father
and many other Putnams gave testimony against the accused during the trials.
Save to my tree Salem Witch Trials Putnam/Porter rivalry The Salem witch craze
was largely fueled by personal differences between two families, the Putnams ...
The members of the Putnam family were significant contributors to this aspect of
..... Putnam, recanted her role in the witch trials, saying before the Salem Village ...
Apr 23, 2016 ... Genealogy for John Putnam (1627 - 1710) family tree on Geni, with ...
REFERRED TO AS JOHN SR in Salem witch trials- see birthdate below.
An account of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692. ... two clans (the Putnams and
the Porters) were competing for control of the village and its pulpit, and a debate