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Biography

Ann Holyoke was born January 1621 in Tanworth-in-Arden, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom to Edward Holyoke (1585-1660) and Prudence Stockton (c1584-bef1648) and died 1665 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. She married Thomas Putnam (1615-1686) 1 October 1643 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.
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Children


Offspring of Thomas Putnam and Ann Holyoke (1621-1665)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ann Lynn Putnam (1645-1676) 25 August 1645 Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 14 November 1676 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States William Traske, Jr. (1640-1689)

Sarah Putnam (1648-?) 23 May 1648 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
Mary Putnam (1649-?) 17 August 1649 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 1699
Thomas Putnam, Jr. (1652-1699) 12 March 1652 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 1699 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States Ann Carr (1661-1699)

Edward Putnam (1654-1747) 4 July 1654 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 10 March 1747 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States Mary Hale (1660-1718)

Deliverance Putnam (1656-1699) 5 July 1656 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 1699
Elizabeth Putnam (1659-1705) 30 August 1659 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 12 December 1705
Prudence Putnam (1661-c1745) 28 December 1661 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 1745 William Wyman (1656-1705)

Joseph Putnam (1665-1665) 1665 1665




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