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|Michael Butler||Hiram Putney|
After years of searching, I have found a record of Hiram Putney's parents. Hiram was born around 1819 in New York, possibly in western New York, or possibly in Washington County, NY. On his marriage license to Lydia Briggs, he reports his parents as being Jno. (John) Putney and Lucretia Putney. His marriage to Lydia was his second marriage. They were married Oct. 12, 1865 in Rock County, Wisconsin. He says that he lived in Durand, Ill., was born in N.Y. He and Lydia were married in Beloit, Wisconsin. Hiram's first marriage was to Rachel Warren. In the 1850 census, I find a Lucretia Putney, 70, living with John Putney, 40, in Orangeville, Wyoming, NY.I would love to hear from anyone else interested in Hiram. He had 13 children, all of whom were living when he died in 1899 in Iowa.
Found this note on the web at http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/putney/424/
I am researching John Putney. He appears to be a brother to Hiram. Lucretia was indeed in the 1850 household of John Putney in Orangeville, Wyoming, New York.
I thought I would pass this along to you.
It looks like a good camera is in the future for me, the old digital just dont take good pictures anymore and seems there is alot I could be doing helping with pics from this area. Hopefully soon
|George Falk||Mc Roberts photos in Rose Hill|
Thanks for the photos of Stewart and Mary's markers.
I assume you did not get a photo of a "family monument". There must be one to go with these two "first name only" markers. Perhaps one of us will have to get over to Greene again this year. Possibly me when I am on my way back south. I may need to look at the Pliny and Asa Warren monument again.