The Putnams were one of the first families of Salem, Massachusetts and then moved to Boston, Mass.

Occupations[edit | edit source]

Putnam Coat of Arms

Church Admittance[edit | edit source]

Anthropology [edit | edit source]

  • Frederic Ward Putnam (1839-1915)

Aviation[edit | edit source]

  • Carleton Putnam (c1902-1998), aviator, activist & author
  • George Haven Putnam (1844-1930), publisher, author, explorer

Art[edit | edit source]

  • Brenda Putnam (1890-1975), sculptor
  • Carleton Putnam (c1902-1998), aviator, activist & author
  • George Haven Putnam (1844-1930), book entrepreneur & publishing family member
  • George Palmer Putnam (1814-1872), book entrepreneur
  • George Palmer Putnam (1887-1950), publisher, author, explorer & pubishing-family member
  • George Putnam (b1948), screenwriter

Merchant Marine Captains[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Bartholomew Putnam (1687-1723)

Town Clerks[edit | edit source]

Heads of Committees[edit | edit source]

  • Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam (1717-1790)
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739), Commissioner of taking a list of male heads of families of Salem Village with the selectmen in 1704.
  • Lt. Thomas Putnam (1615-1686), Chairman of the affairs of the Salem Farms parish

Members of Committees[edit | edit source]

  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768), on committees in Danvers
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739), Commissioner of the committee to join with the slectman in taking a list of the male persons and estate of the town.

Constables[edit | edit source]

  • Dea. Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts
  • Caleb Putnam (1754-1776), Constable of Sutton, Mass or Croyden, New Hampshire
  • Ensign David Putnam (1753-1820), Constable of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire
  • Eleazar Putnam (1759-1836), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts
  • Col. Enoch Putnam (1731/32-1796), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts
  • Eleazar Putnam (1665-1732/33), Constable in of Salem, Massachusetts in 1738
  • John Putnam (1657-1722), Constable in 1692 of Salem, Massachusetts
  • Dea. Israel Putnam (1699-1760), 1st Constable of Bedford, Massachusetts in 1729
  • Capt. Hon. Jonathan Putnam (1657-1739), Constable in of Salem Village, Massachusetts in 1691
  • Jonathan Putnam (1715-1762), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts
  • Joseph Putam (1724-1811), Constable of Salem Village, Massachusetts in 1764
  • Hon. Nathaniel "Land Lord" Putnam (1619-1700), Constable in 1656 of Salem, Massachusetts
  • Nathaniel Putnam (1746-1788), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts

Courtiers [edit | edit source]

Judges[edit | edit source]

  • Samuel Putnam, Esq.(1768 -1853)

Grand Jurymen[edit | edit source]

Deputies to the General Court of Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Representative to the Great and General Court of Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739), Representative of Salem Village in 1722

Entrepreneurs[edit | edit source]

  • Gideon Putnam (1763-1812)
  • George Putnam (1839-1960), Founder of Putnam Investments
  • Jonathan Putnam (1721-1743), built a grist mill in Sutton, now owned by the Cranberry Company

Farmers[edit | edit source]

  • Amos Putnam (1697-1774)
  • Eleazar Putnam (1665-c1732)
  • Eleazar Putnam (1695-1741), farmer in Preston, Connecticut
  • Dea. Elisha Putnam (1685-1745), farmer in Sutton, Massachusetts
  • Lt. James Putnam (1661-1727), farmer of Oak Knoll, Massachusetts
  • Jeptha Putnam (1699-1772), farmer in Sutton, Massachusetts
  • John Putnam (1580-1662), farmer in Salem Village, Massachusetts
  • Capt. John Putnam III (1627-1710)
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739)
  • Samuel Putnam (1684-1753)
  • Seth Putnam (1695-1775), farmer in Billerica, Massachusetts

Becoming Freemen[edit | edit source]

Early Settlers and Founders[edit | edit source]

  • James Putnam (1689-1763), a co founder of Danvers, Massachusetts

Historians[edit | edit source]

  • Albigence Walder Putnam (1799-1869)

Family Historians[edit | edit source]

  • Dea. Edward Putnam (1654-1747), First Family Historian of the Putnam family

Immigrants From England[edit | edit source]

From Aston Abbots, County Bucks and died in Salem Village

  • Dea. Elisha Putnam (1685-1745), Treasurer of Sutton, Massachusetts

Tithingmen[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715), Tything Man of Salem Village
  • Eleazer Putnam (1665-c1732), Tything Man of Salem Village in 1700 and 1705
  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768), Tything Man of Danvers
  • John Putnam (1657-1722), Tything Man in Salem Village
  • Lt. James Putnam (1661-1727), Tything in Salem Village from 1710 to 1711
  • James Putnam (1689-1763), Elected Tythingman in Mar 1758 of Danvers
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739), Tythingman of Salem Village
  • Joseph Putnam (bap1724-c1781), Tythingman in Salem Village in 1754 and 1758
  • Samuel Putnam (1723-1775), Elected one of the first Tything Men of Danvers in 1752

Military[edit | edit source]

  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768)
  • David Putnam (1898-1918), World War I air ace
  • Lt. James Putnam (1661-1727)
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739)
  • Lt. Nathaniel Putnam (c1619 - 23 Jul 1700)
  • Lt. Nathaniel Putnam (1694-1772)
  • Lt. Stephen Putnam (1697-1772), Made Lieutenant of the Third Compnay of Foot of the town of Salem in 1739
  • Lt. Thomas Putnam (1615-1686), lieutenant in the local militia

Served in King Philip's War[edit | edit source]

French and Indian War[edit | edit source]

  • Elisha Putnam (1715-1758), killed at the Battle of Ticonderoga 
  • Maj. Ezra Putnam (1729-1811), participated at the Siege of Cape Breton
  • Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam (1718-179)
  • Brig. Gen. Rufus Putnam (1738-1824)
  • Stephen Putnam (1739-), killed in the French and Indian War
  • Thomas Putnam (1728-1814)

Revolutionary War[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Daniel Putnam (1739-1809), Served in the Continental Army
  • Maj. Ezra Putnam (1729-1811)
  • Henry Putnam (1712-1775), killed at the Battle of Lexington
  • Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam (1717-1790)
  • Brig. Gen. Rufus Putnam (1738-1824)
  • Timothy Putnam (1732-)

​Ministers[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715), Deacon of the Church of Salem Village on 30 Dec 1709
  • Rev. Daniel Putnam (1696-1759), Minister of North Precint in Reading
  • Dea. Ebenezer Putnam (1719-1782), a co founder and Deacon of the First Church in Number Four
  • Dea. Edward Putnam (1654-1747)
  • Dea. Edward Putnam (1682-1755, Deacon of the First Church of Middleton
  • Dea. Elisha Putnam (1685-1745), Deaon of the Church of Sutton in 1731 
  • Dea. Israel Putnam (1699-1760), 1st Deacon of Bedford
  • Dea. Nathaniel Putnam (1686-1754), elected Deacon of the First Church of Danvers on 15 Nov 1731
  • Samuel Putnam (1723-1775), Elected Deacon of the First Church of Danvers Sep 1757
  • Lt. Thomas Putnam (1615-1686) , 1st Deacon of Salem Farms
  • Dea. Thomas Putam (1728-1814), Deacon of the Church of Acworth
  • Dea. Tarrant Putnam, Jr. (1716-1794), Deacon

Held Unknown Town Offices[edit | edit source]

  • Samuel Putnam (1707-1781)
  • Cornelius Putnam (1702-1761)

Overseers [edit | edit source]

  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768), Overseer of the poor in Danvers, Massachusetts

Justices of the Peace[edit | edit source]

  • Dea. Thomas Putnam (1728-1814), 1st Justice of the Peace of Acworth

Politicians[edit | edit source]

Representatives[edit | edit source]

  • Dea. Elisha Putnam (1685-1745)
  • Capt. John Putnam III (1627-1710) , Representative from Salem
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739) in 1710

Proprietors[edit | edit source]

  • Amos Putnam (1697-1774), owned proprety in Danvers and Middleton
  • Dea. Elisha Putnam (1685-1745), baught 500 acres in Nipmug County in 1713, owned land in Sutton
  • Ensign Ezra Putnam (1696-1747), owned land in Topsfield
  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768), owned land in Danvers
  • Henry Putnam (1712-1775), purchased 45 acres in Danvers from J. Hartwell in 1753
  • Isaac Putnam (1698-1757, baught 33 acres of the Davenport farm in Dec 1726
  • Dea. Israel Putnam (1699-1760) in Billerica
  • Jeptha Putnam (1699-1772), owned 129 acres in Sutton
  • John Ptuanm (1580-1662), owned 110 acres
  • Capt. John Putnam III (1627-1710), owned 50 acres in Salem Village
  • Jonathan Putnam (1721-1743), owned land in Sutton
  • Samuel Putnam (1684-1753)
  • Seth Putnam (1695-1775), owned 60 acres in Billerica
  • Lt. Thomas Putnam (1615-1686), owned considerbal proprety in Jamaica and Barbados
  • Timothy Putnam (bap1691-1762) in Salem Villae

Selectmen[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715) years in office: 1707-1713
  • Dea. Ebenezer Putnam (1719-1782) years in office: 1755, 1756, 1761, 1765
  • Cornelius Putnam (1702-176) years in office: 1733-1734
  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768), Selectman of Salem Village in 1751 and in Danvers in 1753 and 1757
  • Dea. Edward Putnam (1682-1755,) one of the first Selectmen of Middleton
  • James Putnam (1689-1763), Selectman of the Farms Village, Mass in 1747
  • Capt. John Putnam III (1627-1710)
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739)
  • Joseph Putnam (1687-c1772), one of the first Selectmen of Danvers
  • Capt. Nathaniel Putnam (1619-1700)
  • Samuel Putnam (1723-1775), 1Selectmen of Lunenburg, in office: 1767-1670
  • Lt. Thomas Putnam (1615-1686), Selectmen of Salem in 1643, one of seven selectmen
  • Dea. Thomas Putnam (1728-1814), Selectmen of Acworth in 1772, 1773, 1775, 1776, 1778

Surveyors[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715)
  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768), Surveyor of Highways in 1752 of Danvers
  • Eleazer Putnam (1665-c1732), Surveyor of Highways in 1711 of Topsfield Road, Salem Village
  • Henry Putnam (1712-1775), Surveyor of Lumber in Danvers
  • James Putnam (1689-1763), Surveyor of Highways in 1729
  • John Putnam (1657-1722),
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739), Surveyor of Highways of Salem Village on 17 Mar 1684/85
  • John Putnam (1657-1722), Surveyor of Highways in Salem Village
  • Joseph Putnam (bap1724-c1781), Surveyor of Highways in Salem Village in 1756
  • Lt. Thomas Putnam (1615-1686), Surveyor of Highways, Inspector of Bridges

Collectors of Taxes[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715) of Salem Village in 1700

Treasurers[edit | edit source]

  • Dea. Elisha Putnam (1685-1745), Treasurer of Sutton, Massachusetts

Trustees[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739), Trustee of Salem Village in 1713

Moderators/Wardens[edit | edit source]

  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768), Warden of Danvers
  • Dea. Ebenezer Putnam (1719-1782), Moderator of Number Four in 1765, 1766, 1769
  • Dea. Thomas Putnam (1728-1814), Moderator of Town Meetings in 1775 and 1779

Yeomen[edit | edit source]

  • John Putnam (1580-1662)

Other[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664 -c1715)
  • Cornelius Putnam (1702 -1761)
  • Thomas Putnam, Jr. (bapt. c1614-1686)

Family Connections[edit | edit source]

  • Bacon
  • Baker
  • Bradlee
  • Brown
  • Gardiner
  • Gardner
  • Holyoke
  • Hutchinson
  • Pickering
  • Procter
  • Putnam
  • Tufts
  • Weld
  • Winthrop

Salem Witch Trials Participants[edit | edit source]

Born in Bellerica, Mass.[edit | edit source]

  • Timothy Putnam (1732-)

Born in Middleton, Mass.[edit | edit source]

  • Eunice Putnam (1719-)
  • Abigail Putnam (1720-)
  • Miles Putnam (1725-1800)
  • Hannah Putnam (1727-)
  • Thomas Putnam (1728-1814)

Born in Salem Village, Mass.[edit | edit source]

The following is an incomplete list of Putnam family members who were all born in Danvers, Massachusetts when it was Salem Village.

  • Ann Putnam (1645-1676)
  • Samuel Putnam (1652-1676)
  • Dea. Edward Putnam (1654-1747)
  • Deliverance Putnam (1656-)
  • John Putnam (1657-1722)
  • Capt. Jonathan Putnam (1659-1739)
  • Lt. James Putnam (1661-1727)  
  • Prudence Putnam (c1661-)
  • Elizabeth Putnam (1662-1697)
  • Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715)
  • Eleazer Putnam (1665-c1732)
  • John Putnam (1667-c1737)
  • Mary Putnam (1668-)
  • Joseph Putnam (1669-c1724)
  • Ann Putnam (1679-1716)
  • Thomas Putnam (1681-c1757)
  • Dea. Edward Putnam (1682-1755)
  • Samuel Putnam (1684-1753)
  • Ebenezer Putnam (1685-)
  • Dea. Elisha Putnam (1685-1745)
  • Elizabeth Putnam (c1686-1728)
  • Josiah Putnam (1686-1766)
  • Dea. Nathaniel Putnam (1686-1754)
  • Capt. Bartholomew Putnam (1687-1688)
  • Joseph Putnam (1687-c1772)
  • Tarrant Putnam (1688-c1732)
  • James Putnam (1689-1763)
  • Joshua Putnam (c1690-1739)
  • John Putnam (1691-1764)
  • Johnathan Putnam (1691-1732)
  • Timothy Putnam (bap1691-1762)
  • Benjamin Putnam (c1692-1744)
  • Caleb Putnam (c1693-1757)
  • Esther Putnam (1693-)
  • Lt, Stephen Putnam (1694-1722)
  • Eleazer Putnam (1695-1741)
  • Seth Putnam (1695-1775)
  • Rev. Daniel Putnam (1696-1759)
  • Ensign Ezra Putnam (1696-1747)
  • Amos Putnam (1697-1774)
  • Isaac Putnam (1698-1757)
  • Dea. Israel Putnam (1699-1760)
  • Jeptha Putnam (1699-1772)
  • Moses Putnam (1700-)
  • Cornelius Putnam (1702-1761)
  • Jethro Putnam (bap1702-1751)
  • David Putnam (bap1706-1760)
  • Holyoke Putnam (1706-)
  • Samuel Putnam (1707-1781)
  • Col. David Putnam (1707-1768)
  • Nathaniel Putnam (-1711)
  • Jacob Putnam (c1711-1781)
  • Edward Putnam (1711-1800)
  • Henry Putnam (1712-1775)
  • Nathaniel Putnam (1714-1720)
  • Sarah Putnam (1716-)
  • Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam (1717-1790)
  • Archaleus Putnam (1718-)
  • Ephraim Putnam (c1719-1720)
  • Nehemiah Putnam (1719-1791)
  • Hannah Putnam (c1721-1802)
  • Jonathan Putnam (1721-1743)
  • Oliver Putnam (bap1722-bet1789&1694)
  • Phineas Putnam (1722-)
  • Samuel Putnam (1723-1775)
  • Joseph Putnam (bap1724-c1781)
  • Asaph Putnam (1724-)
  • Maj. Ezra Putnam (1729-1811)
  • Nathan Putnam (1730-1752)
  • William Putnam (-1700)

Education[edit | edit source]

Harvard Graduates[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. Daniel Putnam (1696-1759) - graduated 1717
  • Frederic Ward Putnam (1839-1915)
  • Judge Samuel Putnam, Esq. (1768-1853)

​Other

  • David Putnam (1767-1792), graduated from Phillips Andover Academy

Brick Layers[edit | edit source]

  • Lt. James Putnam (1661-1727)

Born in Sutton, Mass.[edit | edit source]

  • Stephen Putnam (1728-1803)
  • Amos Putnam (1730-1811)
  • Capt. Daniel Putnam (1739-1809)

Died in Marietta, OH[edit | edit source]

  • Maj. Ezra Putnam (1729-1811)

Died/Settled in Sutton, Mass.[edit | edit source]

  • Edward Putnam (1711-1800)
  • Holyoke Putnam (1706-)
  • Jonathan Putnam (1721-1743)
  • Nathan Putnam (1730-1752)
  • Nehemiah Putnam (1719-1791)
  • Gen. Rufus Putnam (1738-1824)

Weavers[edit | edit source]

  • Timothy Putnam (bap1691-1762)

Family Members With Wills[edit | edit source]

Putnam-Bradlee tree[edit | edit source]

John Putnam was born in 1580 in Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, England and died on 30 Dec 1662 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. He was baptized on 17 Jan 1580 in Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire, England. He was a descendant of the Emperor Charlemagne. He married in 1605 in England to Priscilla Gould. She was born in 1586 in Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire England and died on 30 Dec 1662 n Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. Their children were:

  1. Elizabeth "Eliza" Putnam (1612 - 1682)
  2. Lt. Thomas Putnam was born on 8 Mar 1615 in Aston Abotts, Buckinghamshire, England and died on 5 May 1686 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. He married first on 17 Oct 1643 in Massachusetts, North America to Ann Holyoke ( - ). He married second on 14 Sep 1666 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America to Mary Varen ( - ).
  3. John Putnam, Jr. (1617 - 1620)
  4. Nathan Putnam (1619 - 1700)
  5. Phoebe Putnam (1624 - 1630)
  6. Capt. John Putnam III (1627 - 1710)

Capt. John Putnam III was born on 27 May 1627 in Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire, England and died on 7 Apr 1710 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. He married 3 Jul 1652 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America to Rebecca Prince. She was born on 1 Jun 1627 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 16 Nov 1704 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America.

  1. Rebecca Putnam (1653 - )
  2. Sarah Putnam (1654 - 1676)
  3. Jonathan Putnam (1657 - 1739)
  4. Priscilla Putnam (1657 - 1704)
  5. Capt. James Putnam (1661 - 1727)
  6. Hannah Putnam (1663 - )
  7. Eleazer Putnam (1665 - )
  8. John Putnam (1667 - 1736)
  9. Susanna Putnam (1670 - )
  10. Rebecca Putnam (1673 - )
  11. Ruth Putnam (1673 - )

Capt. James Putnam was born on 4 Sep 1661 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 7 Apr 1727 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. He married in 1686 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America to Sarah Brocklebank. She was born in 1664 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 25 Dec 1717 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. Their children were:

  1. Sarah Putnam (1686 - )
  2. Capt. Bartholomew Putnam (1688 - 1723)
  3. James Putnam (1689 - 1764)
  4. Jonathan Putnam (1692 - 1723)
  5. Nathan Putnam (1692 - 1723)
  6. Archelaus Putnam (1797 - 1718)
  7. Elizabeth Putnam (1700 - 1764)
  8. Jethro Putnam (1700 - 1815), Freemason

Capt. Bartholomew Putnam was born in Oct 1688 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 23 May 1723 at sea. He married on 6 Jul 1710 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America to Mary Putnam. She was born on 21 Feb 1691 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. Their children were:

  1. Bartholomew Putnam, Jr (1712 - 1753)
  2. Joseph Putnam (1714 - 1788)
  3. William Putnam (1717 - 174)
  4. Mary Putnam (1719 - )

Joseph Putnam was born on 1 Aug 1714 in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 9 Jul 1788 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America. He married on 19 Feb 1735 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America to Sarah Urann. She was born on 16 Dec 1716 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America and died before 1765 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America. Their children were:

  1. Sarah Putnam (1736 - )
  2. Mary Putnam (1737 - )
  3. Mehitable Putnam (1739 - )
  4. Joseph Putnam, Jr. (1740 - 1741)
  5. Elizabeth Putnam (1742 - )
  6. Hannah Putnam (1758 - 1793)
  7. Rebecca Putnam ( - )

Hannah Putnam was born in 1758 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 4 May 1793 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. She married on 7 Aug 1777 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America to Josiah Bradlee I. He was born on 24 Mar 1754 in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 2 Oct 1798 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. Their children were:

  1. Capt. Josiah Bradlee, Jr. (1778 - 1860)
  2. Joseph Putnam Bradlee (1783 - 1838)
  3. Hannah Bradlee (1787 - 1856)
  4. Sara F. Bradlee (1789 - 1866)
  5. Mary Bradlee (1793 - 1848)

Capt. Josiah Bradlee, Jr. was born on 7 Mar 1778 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 6 Jan 1860 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. He married first on 26 Nov 1802 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA to Lucy Hall. She was born on 28 Nov 1782 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, North America and died on 3 Mar 1816 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. He married second on 6 Jun 1817 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA to Joanna S. Frothingham (1785 - 1869) who was the daughter of Isaac Frothingham ( - ). His children with Lucy Hall were:

  1. Hannah Matilda Bradlee (1803 - 1871)
  2. Lucy Hall Bradlee (1806 - 1901)
  3. Frederic Hall Bradlee (1807 - 1886)
  4. James Bowdoin Bradlee (1813 - 1872)

His child with Joanna S. Frothingham (1785 - 1869) was:

  1. Henry Bradlee (1819 - 1861)

Frederic Hall Bradlee was boron 18 Sep 1807 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 24 Aug 1886 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. He was married by Rev. E.S. Gannett on 12 Apr 1831 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA to Lucretia Wainwright.  She was born in 1816 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 25 Aug 1886 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. Their children were:

  1. Elizabeth Gair Bradlee (1832 - 1902)
  2. Lucy Hall Bradlee (1834 - 1917)
  3. Capt. Josiah Bradlee III (1837 - 1902)
  4. Frederick Wainwright Bradlee (1839 - )

Capt. Josiah Bradlee III was born on 17 Dec 1837 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 10 Sep 1902 in Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. He married on 17 Mar 1864 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA to Alice Crowninshield. She was born on 22 Nov 1839 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 29 Apr 1926 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. Their children were:

  1. Sarah Crowninshield Bradlee (1865 - )
  2. Frederick Josiah Bradlee I (1866 - 1951)
  3. James Bowdoin Bradlee (1873 - 1962)
  4. Francis Boardman Crowninshield Bradlee (1881 - 1928)

Frederick Josiah Bradlee I was born on 28 Mar 1866 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 13 Feb 1951 in Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. He married on 15 Jan 1890 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA to Elizabeth Whitwell Thomas. She was born on 16 Oct 1868 in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 28 Jan 1952 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. Their children were:

  1. Frederick Josiah Bradlee, Jr. (1892 - 1970)
  2. Theodore Chase Bradlee (1895 - 1896)
  3. Sargent Bradlee (1898 - 1987)
  4. Malcolm Bradlee (1900 - 1960)

Frederick Josiah Bradlee, Jr. was born on 20 Dec 1892 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 28 Apr 1970 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. He married on 3 Jul 1917 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA to Chevaliere Josephine de Gersdorff. She was born on 18 Jun 1896 in Manhattan, New York, USA and died on 15 Oct 1975 in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. Their children were:

  1. Frederick Josiah Bradlee III (1919 - 2003), Author, Broadway Actor
  2. Chevalier Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee (1921 - 2014)
  3. Constance Bradlee (1923 - 1993)

Chevalier Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee was born on 26 Aug 1921 in Back Bay, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 21 Oct 2014 in Gerogetown, Washington, DC, USA. He married first in 1942 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA to Jean Saltonstall. She was born on 17 Jan 1921 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 19 Jul 2011 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. He married second on 19 Apr 1947 in Manhattan, New York, USA to Antoinette Eno "Tony" Pinchot. She was born on 15 Jan 1924 in Manhattan, New York, USA and died on 9 Nov 2011 in Milford, Picke County, Pennsylvania, USA. He married third on 20 Oct 1979 in Washington, DC, USA to Sally Sterling Quinn. She was born on 1 Jul 1941 in Savanah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA. His a child with his first wife Jean Saltonstall:

  1. Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee, Jr.

His children with his second wife Tony Pinchot were:

  1. Dominick "Dino" Bradlee
  2. Marina Bradlee

His child with his third wife was:

  1. Josiah Quinn Crowninshield Bradlee, GORC, CCR, MStJ, (b.1982)

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