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Mary Hale was born 15 July 1660 in Newbury, United Kingdom to Thomas Hale III (1633-1688) and Mary Hutchinson (1630-1715) and died 31 July 1718 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. She married Edward Putnam (1654-1747) 1 June 1681 . Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.


Siblings


Offspring of Thomas Hale and Mary Hutchinson (1630-1715)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Hale (1660-1718) 15 July 1660 Newbury, United Kingdom 31 July 1718 Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States Edward Putnam (1654-1747)



Children


Offspring of Edward Putnam and Mary Hale (1660-1718)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Edward Hale Putnam (1682-1755) 29 April 1682 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 23 October 1755 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States Sarah Miles (1686-bef1735)

Holyoke Putnam (1683-1706)
Elisha Putnam (1685-1745) 1685 1745 Susanna Fuller (1695-1745)

Joseph Putnam (1687-?)
Mary Putnam (1689-?)
Prudence Putnam (1691-?)
Nehemiah Putnam (1693-?)
Erza Putnam (1696-1747)
Isaac Putnam (1698-1757) 14 March 1698 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 1757 Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States Anna Fuller (1699-1754)

Abigail Putnam (1700-1764)

Namesakes of Mary Hale (1660-1718)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Mary Hale (1660-1718)Newbury, United KingdomRowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, United StatesThomas Hale III (1633-1688)Mary Hutchinson (1630-1715)Edward Putnam (1654-1747)
Mary Ann Hale (1811)County Louth, IrelandWilliam Maybury (1799-1843)+Samuel Richards (1809-1848)
Mary Elizabeth Hale (1607-)EnglandRhode IslandEdward Smith (1604-1675)





Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
  • Eben Putnam's book on the Putnam family



Contributors

  Robin Patterson

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