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 Welcome to Putnam County Gen Web In Partnership With PCGS


The Original FL-GenWeb Project begun in 1996 & incorporated as 501(c)3 not-for-profit in 2008, with over ten years of accumulated data contributions. Partnered with Putnam County Genealogical Society in 2017 which was est. in 1982.


This site is under construction please bare with me as I begin re-linking everything.



 
 I would like to Welcome PCGS who will be partnering up with us to continue to bring you the Family and local history you are looking for. We are Linked to other sites where information is avalible For Putnam County as well, if you have records or data pretaining to Putnam County you would like to share a link to please contact me. There is plenty of History to go around no need redoing what someone else has put the work into doing.

Hello, 

My name is Susan Richardson and I am your County Coordinator.
If you need help with locating anything or you would like to add something to these pages or any other county.
Please don't hesitate to send me a email just click the contact button above for my address.
We are currently seeking helpers so if you think you might be interrested in working on any of our Florida Counties.
Please contact me. My email address is located above.


To search all of Fl-Genweb use the search box below type in the name of the person you are looking for, another box will appear scroll down in that box past ads to the results listed below.



Putnam County History.....

Per Wikipedia
Putnam County was created in 1849. It was Florida's 28th county created from parts of St. Johns, Alachua, Orange, Duval, and Marion counties. The county was named for Benjamin A. Putnam, who was a soldier in the First Seminole War, a lawyer, Florida legislator, and the first president of the Florida Historical Society. The Putnam County Historical Society has determined that Benjamin A. Putnam is the grandson of Israel Putnam, for whom other counties and places in the United States are named. Benjamin A. Putnam died in the county seat of Palatka in 1869.




Our Cities, 

Crescent City

Palatka


Our Towns, 

Interlachen

Pomona Park

Welaka

East Palatka


Our Communities.....

Bardin

Bostwick

Carraway

Edgar

Florahome

Francis

Fruitland

Georgetown

Grandin

Hollister

Huntington

Johnson Crossroads

Lake Como

Mannville

Melrose

Putnam Hall

Ridgewood

Rodman

San Mateo

Satsuma

Springside

Yelvington



Our Neighbors.....

Clay To The North

St Johns To The Northeast

Flagler To The Southeast

Marion To The Southwest

Alachua To The West

Bradford To The Northwest



Sad News to report.....

It is with my deepest sorrow that I inform you,
 our long time friend and leader has passed.
Fran Smith


August 05,1943 - September 11, 2016
She was a great friend and helped many within our group
learn to create the lovely pages you find here on our sites.
She is missed greatly and will forever live on in our hearts, minds, and on our pages.
Rest in Peace your work is done.



Our News....

We have partnered Putnam County Gen Web with 

Putnam County Genealogical Society. We are looking forward to working with them to bring you more of the information you are use to finding on Fl-GenWeb Project, Inc.


 
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