Putnam

[puht-nuh m]
noun
  1. Herbert,1861–1955, U.S. librarian: headed Library of Congress 1899–1939.
  2. Israel,1718–90, American Revolutionary general.
  3. Rufus,1738–1824, American Revolutionary officer: engineer and colonizer in Ohio.
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Putnam

noun
  1. Israel. 1718–90, American general in the War of Independence
  2. his cousin Rufus. 1738–1824, American soldier in the War of Independence; surveyor general of the US (1796–1803)
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