Putt family tree

  • John Putt, the 'father' of the family from our records, with eleven children born between 1794 and 1816
  • William Putt, one of John's children, with his first wife Mary Ann Moore and their ten children
  • William's second wife, Ellen Elizabeth Collins, and their four children
  • William, born 1841, the first of the sons of William Putt and Mary Ann, and his seven children
  • George, born 1843, and Thomas, born 1848, the second and third sons of William Putt and Mary Ann, and their children. George only had one daughter; Thomas seven children
  • Ernest, born 1876 and one of the sons of Thomas, had five children and three grandchildren
Archive Notes:

Family tree of the Putts, from William Putt in 1809 when the family was living in Cassington. This includes Thomas Putt, born 1848, the father of Ernest Putt and grandfather of Stephen Putt ('Stivey', 'Stivy', 'Stivvie, or 'Stivie') the disabled cobbler, b. 1902, d. 1976. See Genealogy section.

It is believed that Stivie Putt was born a cripple, although there may also have been a story about him being dropped when he was a baby. He was originally going to be a tailor, before he ended up being a shoemender. It is recalled that if you came into the shop to complain about your shoes not being done yet, he would turn off his hearing aid and turn away from you so that he couldn’t hear you!

See also records 2149 and 2032

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