Medical Society and medical journals, some of the most valuable being on nervous and mental diseases.
He married in December, 1847, Diana F., a daughter of Dr. Nathaniel and Fanny (Davis) King, of East Montpelier,
and had four children, only one of whom, Alice M., lived to adult age.
Dr. Putnam died at Montpelier, August 20, 1887, from chronic cerebral meningitis. C. S. C.
Tr. Vermont M. Soc, 1SS8-9.