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My Wifes great Gramndmothers Dar Certificate 1909

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Posted 2 years ago

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We just borrowed this to start getting my wife and her sister in the DAR. This women Rebecca Putnam, Cook/Pickett was a grand daughter of the famous Putnam family from the start of the revolutionary war, Nathan was her connection He in the Danvers Alarm which attacked British after they left Lexington on the second day , after The Concord bridge fight. 7 minutemen died from Danvers town that day. Nathan was there, his brother died Perley. Her Grandfather was Perley Puntam a Col in the Army after the war, he was a son of Nathan.

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  1. filmnet filmnet, 2 years ago
    Sarah Bradlee Fulton DAR was in Boston this years, she was the women who made the clothes for the minutemen who looked like Indians the day when they went to the Tea Ship in Boston and thrown it in the sea. She was loved by Washington , he did go to her house ones after the war.

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