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Re: Nathan Putney m. Hannah c. 1827 possibly NH
Posted by: E. Elkins (ID *****2341) Date: December 19, 2008 at 03:55:32
In Reply to: Nathan Putney m. Hannah c. 1827 possibly NH by Maggie Musselman of 477


I was researching Charles Putney who m/ Myrtle Elkins in NH mid 1880's and came upon your Greeley Putney in the
book "Genealogy of Greenleaf Family", by James Edward Greenleaf, publ. 1896 in Boston.

Referenced was Hannah L. (dau of Greenley Putney of Washington, NH) who m/ Albert Greenleaf, b. Feb. 14, 1847.
They had two daus
Minnie M. b. June 16, 1871
Nellie M. b. May 26, 1875

But while I am on the topic, a wonderful website for you, if you are researching family members in Exeter or Hampton, NH is the

Lane Library in Hampton, NH.

They have most of the families in their searchable database - and you should check their website (google) for your Glidden / Rollins (a.k.a. Rowlins) ancestors.
(On the left top side of their website, just enter a surname in the search area.)

Both families are well represented in the early history of Exeter and Hampton, which includes the Haines family as well.

With a bit of research you'll find the families from this area also were represented in Scarborough (Scarboro) Maine's early history.

Happy Holidays, Ricky

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