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George A. Putnam served in the 2nd Colorado Cavalry during the Civil War. He lost a leg as a result of a saber wound. After the war, he fathered 13 children, only one of whom (James Garfield Putnam) produced any offspring. He is buried in the G.A.R. cemetery in Snohomish, Washington.
Edith Brandon remembers him, even though he died when she was 7 years old.
- b: August 1, 1838 in Andover, MA
- d: April 30, 1920 in Glenwood, WA
- Lucy Adiline Rea (1842-1915)
- b: March 27, 1842 in Andover, MA
- m: October 20, 1864 in Andover, MA
- d: July 12, 1915 in Vineland, NJ
- Francis Braman Putnam (1865-1872)
- b: July 17, 1865 in Walden, VT
- d: April 08, 1872 in Lyndeborough, N.H..
- Jasper Putnam (1867-1889)
- b: January 18, 1867 in Lyndeborough, N.H
- d: March 05, 1889 in Andover, MA.
- Mary Rea Putnam (1869-1879)
- b: June 01, 1869 in Lyndeborough, N.H.;
- d: August 12, 1879 in Andover, MA.
- Georgia Sarah Putnam (1870-1872)
- b: August 26, 1870 in Lyndeborough, N.H.
- d: October 20, 1872 in Lyndeborough, N.H.
- George Hildreth Putnam (1873-1954)
- b: November 11, 1873 in Kittery, Maine
- d: March 18, 1954
- Caroline Harriet Putnam (1875-1875)
- b: April 11, 1875 in Kittery, Maine
- d: September 18, 1875 in Kittery, Maine
- James Garfield Putnam (1877-1961)
- b: April 23, 1877 in Kittery, Maine
- d: July 18, 1961 in Vader, Washington
- Robert Lincoln Putnam (1879-1880)
- b: May 07, 1879 in Andover, MA
- d: May 27, 1880 in Andover, MA