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Welcome to the Putnam County, Florida site for the FLGenWeb and USGenWeb Projects.

Located on the St. John's River in North Central Florida, Putnam County was formed in January, 1849. It was named for Major Benjamin Alexander Putnam, a St. Augustine attorney who had served as an officer in the Second Seminole War.

Incorporated areas of Putnam County include Palatka (the county seat), Crescent City, Interlachen, Panoma Park, and Welaka. Other towns and villages include Bardin, Baywood, Bostwick, Carraway, East Palatka, Edgar, Florahome, Frances, Fruitland, Georgetown, Grandin, Hollister, Johnson, Keuka, Mannville, Melrose, Norwalk, Orange Springs, Putnam Hall, and Satsuma.


The Putnam County, FLGenWeb Site

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State Coordinator: Darrel Bell

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This page last updated on Monday, 10-Sep-2018 10:55:41 MDT

Thanks to Bob Franks for the county graphics. Photos of the county courthouse, the Putnam House Hotel and Benjamin Putnam courtesy of the Florida Photographic Collection.