David Putnam Jr

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Abolitionist David Putnam Jr was the son of educator David Putnam and the great-grandson of Revolutionary War General Israel Putnam. - AsNotedIn



Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1808/05/17 Elizabeth Perkins Putnam, wife of David Putnam, gives birth to a son, David, at in home Marietta, Ohio. Born David Putnam House, Marietta Marietta
1847/00/00 George W Henderson accused David Putnam Jr, of Marietta, Ohio, of aiding in the escape of nine of Henderson's slaves. Putnam will late win the case when he is defended by Salmon P Chase, later Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court. Abolitionist Henderson Hall Historic District Williamstown
1847/02/11 Two slaves, one of them belonging to J Tumbleson Esq, and one to G Henderson, Esq, Wood County, Va, escaped into Ohio on Saturday night last. It is alleged that they were concealed in the house of David Putnam Jr (lost) in Harmar. - Marietta Intelligencer Abolitionist Harmar Historic District Marietta
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