NameAnne Putnam666,662,667,589
Birth27 Jul 1726, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts670,668
Christening31 Jul 1726, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Age: <1
DeathMonson, Hampshire, Massachusetts
BurialFamily farm, Monson, Hampshire, Massachusetts669
FatherIsaac Putnam (1698-1757)
MotherAnna Fuller (1699-1754)
Birthabt Oct 1720, Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts
Christening30 Oct 1720, Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts645,668 Age: <1
Death1797, Monson, Hampshire, Massachusetts Age: 76
BurialFamily farm, Monson, Hampshire, Massachusetts669
OccupationFarmer, blacksmith
FatherJosiah Trask (1697-)
MotherMary Woodbury (1701-1732)
Marriage31 Oct 1745, Sutton, Massachusetts668
ChildrenIsaac (1745-)
 Peter (1746-1809)
 John (1747-1747)
 Daniel (<1755->1820)
 Noah (1755-1830)
 Eunice (~1757-~1789)
 Sampson (~1760-1810)
Notes for Anne Putnam
See the notes for her husband.
Notes for Josiah (Spouse 1)
They are buried on their farm (long known as the Rufus Blodgett farm) on Moulton Hill in Monson, Massachusetts. Their graves are at the corner of the property where the Cedar Swamp Mountain road branches off from the main road to Stafford Hollow. The graves were long since covered over with stones removed from the fields.669

His will is dated 6 January 1797 and it was proved on 7 March 1797.

Corbin Collection has a precis of their ancestry.

Possibly also the parents of Daniel Trask (wife Hannah) and Isaac Trask (wife Ruth), who resided in Monson, MA.
According to John Trask, son of Peter and Rachel (Colburn) Trask, he lived in Monson, Hampshire Co., MA. His son Peter lived next to him, and another son Sampson moved about 2.5 miles away after the latter married.

Very speculatively [MAH] father of Noah Trask of Brimfield and Stafford, Connnecticut, father of Truman who moved to Unadilla, Otsego Co., New York. 668
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