PO Box 354
North Reading, MA 01864
Thus Reverend Daniel Putnam became the first pastor of the Parish at the age of twenty-three and served up to the time of his death on June 20, 1759.
Only two acres remain of the high land granted to Rev. Putnam as an inducement for him to settle here in 1720. This grant was one of the early settler\'s first acts that enabled North Reading to become a town. The land parcel is the site of the Putnam House, its barn, and the reconstructed West Village School House, circa 1844. The entire two acre parcel has been nominated to the National Historic Register.
The house and grounds are now owned by the town and are leased to the Historical Society for its headquarters.
Reverend Daniel Putnam House