Obediah HAMMOND was born on 5 December 1756 in Prince William County, Virginia. He died on 1 June 1849 at the age of 92 in Calebs Creek, Knox County, Kentucky. He was in Farmer. http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=marlam&id=I28767 < Used Finally found them on this site to connect -- lfhammond14@gmail.com

Obediah was born in Prince William Co., VA. Prince William Co VA wasestablished in 1730/31 from Stafford & King George Cos, VA. DescendnatCounties include Fairfax (Loudoun) in 1742; and Fauquier in 1759. Theboundaries of the newly-created Prince William County were described in a1730 Act of the General Assembly as "...above Chopawansick Creek, onPotomack river, and Deep run on Rappahannock river and a south west lineto be made, from the head of the north branch of the said creek, to thehead of the said Deep run... and known by the name of Prince WilliamCounty.
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Excerpt from the book, The Hammons Family, by Mary Hinchman:
"Hammons and Hubbards appear to have a special bond. According to THEORIGINAL LISTS OF PERSONS OF QUALITY, Hammons and Hubbards came to thenew world at the same time. In 1634, seventeen-year-old John Hamond andtwenty-year-old Thomas Hubbard were among the passengers that sailed fromthe port of London to the American colonies on the Bonaventure. A yearlater, Daniell Hamond age twelve and Samwell Hubbard age sixteen sailedon the Truelove. Over two hundred years later, two Hammons sistersmarried two Hubbard brothers in Floyd Co., KY.

Obediah Hammons, Sr. was a resident of Knox County, Kentucky during thecensus of 1810 - 1840. He was probably the father of three sons -Obediah, Jr. b 1794 NC; John b 1802 TN; and James b 1811 KY. During the1850 census, these men and their families were neighbors, as well as,James b. 1816 KY; and Elijah b 1819 KY. Several Hammonds were listed onother pages of the Knox Co. census."
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Revoltionary Pension Declaration of Obediah Hammons
In order to obtain benefit of an act of Congress passed June the 7th 1832

State of Kentucky
Knox County

On the 22nd day of September 1833 personally appeared in the court beforeJoseph Eve Judge of the 15th Judicial District including the county ofKnox, Obadiah Hammons, a resident of Richland Creek in the County of Knoxand state of Kentucky age 77 on the 5th December next who first beingduly sworn according to law doth of his oath make the followingdeclaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provisions made by theact of Congress passed June the 7th 1832.

That he was drafted in the militia of the United States for a tour of 3months in Roan (Rowan) County, North Carolina on the 18th of March 1776 (I am able to fix upon the precise day by aid of the papers here enclosedmarked (A) found by Wm Ballinger in searching of my old papers for mydischarge) under Richmond Pierson Capt but was transferred to the companyof Richard Dowell Capt of the light horse. During this tour, I waschiefly engaged with my campaign in disarming suspected persons andproviding order in the state of North Carolina. We were constantly movingand during this tour I was in Salisbury at the mouth of Rocky River,_______and various other places that from lack of memory and old age Ican not remember. I was discharged in Rowan County near Salisbury and gota written discharge from my Capt Dowell for this service. I was in nobattles or skirmishes on this tour.

I was drafted under Capt Gibson Woolridge’s company. Davidson was ourGeneral. I am not able to fix upon the precise dates of this tour butknow that the two papers here enclosed marked B & C (also found by WmBallinger while searching my old papers for my discharge) were given tome during this 3 month tour. I know we received news of the Battle ofKings Mountain during this tour. I received a written discharge from myCapt Gibson Woolridge at the old trading fort 7 miles from Salisbury. Atthe close of this last mentioned tour, I volunteered under said CaptWoolridge for 3 months. The object of this tour was to fight the Torieswho we understood had assembled in numbers on the shallow ford of theYadkin River. We marched for that place from Roan County, but before wegot there, we received news that the Tories had been whipped. We werethen discharged and I went home. We were afterwards recalled to completethe tour by my said Capt Woolridge. We then marched below Salisbury, butfrom the lack of memory I cannot undertake a classification of thisservice. I received a written discharge for this service in the county ofRoan.

In a very short time after the close of this service tour there wereorders that two men out of every company should be balloted for 9 months.I and Charles Hunter were balloted as they call it from our company.Richmond Pierson was our Captain, but shortly afterwards we weretransferred to Capt Holston’s company. Our object was to keep down anddisarm the Tories in the state of North Carolina, but as I have statedabout other tours, from lack of memory I can not tell you the route wetook—indeed at the end of the tour I could not of told you all the placesI had been at. We were almost constantly traveling to and fro. I followedmy Captain and paid but little attention to the names of places we wereat. I cannot remember when I reported for this tour, but I know I wasconjoined with it when my former General Davidson was killed at Beatty’sFord on the Catawba. I know also it closed and I was discharged a fewdays before Cornwallis was taken by Washington. I received a writtendischarge for this service from Capt Holston. I thought my discharge waswith my old papers and I being old was told by Wm Ballinger that mydischarges --------------in support of my claim to a pension. I got himto go to my house to hunt them up, but after a diligent search of severalhours he found the papers aforementioned and herewith enclosed—butcouldn’t find any discharges.

There is no living witness to my service except my brother, Peter, whoseaffidavit below and whose attendance I have procured by sending for himin the county of Perry, a distance of 60 or 70 miles—and Henry Hunter ofPerry county who lives at a greater distance from here than my brother.

I hereby relinquish my claim whatsoever to a pension or annuity exceptthe present, and I declare my name is not on the pension roll or anystate or agency. Sworn to and subscribed this day and year aforesaid.

Obadiah Hammons


State of Kentucky
Knox County

Personally appeared before justice of the peace for Knox County, ObadiahHammons, who being duly sworn, deposeth and saith that by reason of oldage and the consequent loss of memory he can not show proof or give afull history of the actions in conduct of his served tours of duty, buthe fells confident that he served 3 tours of 3 months and one tour of 9months as a private in the manner stated in the foregoing declaration aswell as he can remember.


I was born in Prince William County Virginia on the 5th of December 1756.
I have a record of my age found by Wm Ballinger and enclosed (marked D).
I was living in Rowan County, North Carolina—I moved from there to theClinch River in Tennessee, then into Knox County, Kentucky where I havelived for the last 30 years.
I was twice called into service as a draftsman for 3 months each—once asa volunteer for 3 months, and lastly as a balloted man as it was calledfor 9 months.
I knew George Washington as a boy, but never saw him during the war. Icannot remember the names of any Continental Army or Regiments in which Iserved—indeed I am not sure I ever served with any.
I had four written discharges from service, one from Dowell, two fromWoolridge, and one from Holston. They have been burnt I expect as __________, or otherwise lost or mislaid so that I can not find them
I am known in my neighborhood to Job Broughton who was as I am informedand believe a revolutionary soldier.


I, Peter Hammons, age 74 years November next, from the County of Perryand State of Kentucky, do hereby certify that I am the brother of theabove named applicant, Obadiah Hammons, and have been well acquaintedwith him since our infancy.

I served two tours with my brother of three months each, one as adraftsman under Gibson Woolridge, Captain and _____ Davidson, General.The other was under Capt Woolridge as a volunteer. While serving as adraftsman, we received news of the victory at Kings Mountain. Whileserving as a volunteer we marched as my brother stated for the purpose hestated. I saw my brother, Obadiah, in the service under Capt RichardDowell, but cannot tell the length of this tour. I know that my brotherwent out for a nine month tour after we served together under Davidsonand Woolridge, and that he was gone from home for nine months or thereabout, but I did not see him in the service after he marched, nor can Isay from my own knowledge that he served all the time he was absent fromhome—though he has always told that he did. I certainly believe that heperformed the tour of nine months, and the one of three months underDavidson, and the two I served with him.

Subscribed and sworn to in open court the day and date above written.

Peter Hammons


We, Alexander Stewart and Ambrose Y. Anderson residing in the county ofKnox and State of Kentucky hereby certify that we are well acquaintedwith Obadiah Hammons, who has subscribed and sworn to the abovedeclaration, that we believe him to be 77 years of age, that he isreputed and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have been asoldier of the revolution and that we concur with that opinion, and thatwe are also acquainted with Peter Hammons who has been sworn in the aboveavadavat. We have know him for many years, and he is dependable and hisstatements and utterances are believable. Sworn and subscribed the dayand date above.

Alexander Stewart
Ambrose Y. Anderson


And the said court due do hereby declare their opinion after theconsideration of the matter and after putting the interrogations providedby _____act statement that the above named applicant was a revolutionarysoldier and served as he states and the court further certifies that itappraises them Peter Hammons has signed the foregoing avadavat and thatAlexander Stewart and Ambrose Y. Anderson have signed the foregoingcertification, and they are resident citizens of Knox County and thatthey are credible persons and their statements are entitled to credit.

Joseph Eve

I, James F. Ballinger, clerk of the Knox County circuit court do herebycertify that the foregoing contains the original proceedings of the saidcourt in the matter of the application of Obadiah Hammons for a pension.In testimony……….27th day of Sept 1833.

James F. Ballinger
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KENTUCKY PENSION ROLL OF 1835

Report from the Secretary of War in obedience to resolutions of theSenate of the 5th and 30th of June,1834 and the 3rd of March 1836 inrelation to the pension establishment of the United States, Washington
Printed by Duff Green 1835
Obadiah Hammon
Knox County
Private
Infantry and Cavalry
North Carolina Line
$62.50 Annual Allowance
$187.50 Amount received
October 12, 1833, Pension Started, #S2263
Age 78
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1805 Knox Co Tax Lists - Obediah appears for the first time
1810 Knox Co., Ky - Head of household
1820 Knox Co., Ky - Head of household Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Betty "Elizabeth" PULLEN.


Obediah HAMMOND was born on 5 December 1756 in Prince William County, Virginia. He died on 1 June 1849 at the age of 92 in Calebs Creek, Knox County, Kentucky. He was in Farmer. http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=marlam&id=I28767 < Used Finally found them on this site to connect -- lfhammond14@gmail.com

Obediah was born in Prince William Co., VA. Prince William Co VA wasestablished in 1730/31 from Stafford & King George Cos, VA. DescendnatCounties include Fairfax (Loudoun) in 1742; and Fauquier in 1759. Theboundaries of the newly-created Prince William County were described in a1730 Act of the General Assembly as "...above Chopawansick Creek, onPotomack river, and Deep run on Rappahannock river and a south west lineto be made, from the head of the north branch of the said creek, to thehead of the said Deep run... and known by the name of Prince WilliamCounty.
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Excerpt from the book, The Hammons Family, by Mary Hinchman:
"Hammons and Hubbards appear to have a special bond. According to THEORIGINAL LISTS OF PERSONS OF QUALITY, Hammons and Hubbards came to thenew world at the same time. In 1634, seventeen-year-old John Hamond andtwenty-year-old Thomas Hubbard were among the passengers that sailed fromthe port of London to the American colonies on the Bonaventure. A yearlater, Daniell Hamond age twelve and Samwell Hubbard age sixteen sailedon the Truelove. Over two hundred years later, two Hammons sistersmarried two Hubbard brothers in Floyd Co., KY.

Obediah Hammons, Sr. was a resident of Knox County, Kentucky during thecensus of 1810 - 1840. He was probably the father of three sons -Obediah, Jr. b 1794 NC; John b 1802 TN; and James b 1811 KY. During the1850 census, these men and their families were neighbors, as well as,James b. 1816 KY; and Elijah b 1819 KY. Several Hammonds were listed onother pages of the Knox Co. census."
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Revoltionary Pension Declaration of Obediah Hammons
In order to obtain benefit of an act of Congress passed June the 7th 1832

State of Kentucky
Knox County

On the 22nd day of September 1833 personally appeared in the court beforeJoseph Eve Judge of the 15th Judicial District including the county ofKnox, Obadiah Hammons, a resident of Richland Creek in the County of Knoxand state of Kentucky age 77 on the 5th December next who first beingduly sworn according to law doth of his oath make the followingdeclaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provisions made by theact of Congress passed June the 7th 1832.

That he was drafted in the militia of the United States for a tour of 3months in Roan (Rowan) County, North Carolina on the 18th of March 1776 (I am able to fix upon the precise day by aid of the papers here enclosedmarked (A) found by Wm Ballinger in searching of my old papers for mydischarge) under Richmond Pierson Capt but was transferred to the companyof Richard Dowell Capt of the light horse. During this tour, I waschiefly engaged with my campaign in disarming suspected persons andproviding order in the state of North Carolina. We were constantly movingand during this tour I was in Salisbury at the mouth of Rocky River,_______and various other places that from lack of memory and old age Ican not remember. I was discharged in Rowan County near Salisbury and gota written discharge from my Capt Dowell for this service. I was in nobattles or skirmishes on this tour.

I was drafted under Capt Gibson Woolridge’s company. Davidson was ourGeneral. I am not able to fix upon the precise dates of this tour butknow that the two papers here enclosed marked B & C (also found by WmBallinger while searching my old papers for my discharge) were given tome during this 3 month tour. I know we received news of the Battle ofKings Mountain during this tour. I received a written discharge from myCapt Gibson Woolridge at the old trading fort 7 miles from Salisbury. Atthe close of this last mentioned tour, I volunteered under said CaptWoolridge for 3 months. The object of this tour was to fight the Torieswho we understood had assembled in numbers on the shallow ford of theYadkin River. We marched for that place from Roan County, but before wegot there, we received news that the Tories had been whipped. We werethen discharged and I went home. We were afterwards recalled to completethe tour by my said Capt Woolridge. We then marched below Salisbury, butfrom the lack of memory I cannot undertake a classification of thisservice. I received a written discharge for this service in the county ofRoan.

In a very short time after the close of this service tour there wereorders that two men out of every company should be balloted for 9 months.I and Charles Hunter were balloted as they call it from our company.Richmond Pierson was our Captain, but shortly afterwards we weretransferred to Capt Holston’s company. Our object was to keep down anddisarm the Tories in the state of North Carolina, but as I have statedabout other tours, from lack of memory I can not tell you the route wetook—indeed at the end of the tour I could not of told you all the placesI had been at. We were almost constantly traveling to and fro. I followedmy Captain and paid but little attention to the names of places we wereat. I cannot remember when I reported for this tour, but I know I wasconjoined with it when my former General Davidson was killed at Beatty’sFord on the Catawba. I know also it closed and I was discharged a fewdays before Cornwallis was taken by Washington. I received a writtendischarge for this service from Capt Holston. I thought my discharge waswith my old papers and I being old was told by Wm Ballinger that mydischarges --------------in support of my claim to a pension. I got himto go to my house to hunt them up, but after a diligent search of severalhours he found the papers aforementioned and herewith enclosed—butcouldn’t find any discharges.

There is no living witness to my service except my brother, Peter, whoseaffidavit below and whose attendance I have procured by sending for himin the county of Perry, a distance of 60 or 70 miles—and Henry Hunter ofPerry county who lives at a greater distance from here than my brother.

I hereby relinquish my claim whatsoever to a pension or annuity exceptthe present, and I declare my name is not on the pension roll or anystate or agency. Sworn to and subscribed this day and year aforesaid.

Obadiah Hammons


State of Kentucky
Knox County

Personally appeared before justice of the peace for Knox County, ObadiahHammons, who being duly sworn, deposeth and saith that by reason of oldage and the consequent loss of memory he can not show proof or give afull history of the actions in conduct of his served tours of duty, buthe fells confident that he served 3 tours of 3 months and one tour of 9months as a private in the manner stated in the foregoing declaration aswell as he can remember.


I was born in Prince William County Virginia on the 5th of December 1756.
I have a record of my age found by Wm Ballinger and enclosed (marked D).
I was living in Rowan County, North Carolina—I moved from there to theClinch River in Tennessee, then into Knox County, Kentucky where I havelived for the last 30 years.
I was twice called into service as a draftsman for 3 months each—once asa volunteer for 3 months, and lastly as a balloted man as it was calledfor 9 months.
I knew George Washington as a boy, but never saw him during the war. Icannot remember the names of any Continental Army or Regiments in which Iserved—indeed I am not sure I ever served with any.
I had four written discharges from service, one from Dowell, two fromWoolridge, and one from Holston. They have been burnt I expect as __________, or otherwise lost or mislaid so that I can not find them
I am known in my neighborhood to Job Broughton who was as I am informedand believe a revolutionary soldier.


I, Peter Hammons, age 74 years November next, from the County of Perryand State of Kentucky, do hereby certify that I am the brother of theabove named applicant, Obadiah Hammons, and have been well acquaintedwith him since our infancy.

I served two tours with my brother of three months each, one as adraftsman under Gibson Woolridge, Captain and _____ Davidson, General.The other was under Capt Woolridge as a volunteer. While serving as adraftsman, we received news of the victory at Kings Mountain. Whileserving as a volunteer we marched as my brother stated for the purpose hestated. I saw my brother, Obadiah, in the service under Capt RichardDowell, but cannot tell the length of this tour. I know that my brotherwent out for a nine month tour after we served together under Davidsonand Woolridge, and that he was gone from home for nine months or thereabout, but I did not see him in the service after he marched, nor can Isay from my own knowledge that he served all the time he was absent fromhome—though he has always told that he did. I certainly believe that heperformed the tour of nine months, and the one of three months underDavidson, and the two I served with him.

Subscribed and sworn to in open court the day and date above written.

Peter Hammons


We, Alexander Stewart and Ambrose Y. Anderson residing in the county ofKnox and State of Kentucky hereby certify that we are well acquaintedwith Obadiah Hammons, who has subscribed and sworn to the abovedeclaration, that we believe him to be 77 years of age, that he isreputed and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have been asoldier of the revolution and that we concur with that opinion, and thatwe are also acquainted with Peter Hammons who has been sworn in the aboveavadavat. We have know him for many years, and he is dependable and hisstatements and utterances are believable. Sworn and subscribed the dayand date above.

Alexander Stewart
Ambrose Y. Anderson


And the said court due do hereby declare their opinion after theconsideration of the matter and after putting the interrogations providedby _____act statement that the above named applicant was a revolutionarysoldier and served as he states and the court further certifies that itappraises them Peter Hammons has signed the foregoing avadavat and thatAlexander Stewart and Ambrose Y. Anderson have signed the foregoingcertification, and they are resident citizens of Knox County and thatthey are credible persons and their statements are entitled to credit.

Joseph Eve

I, James F. Ballinger, clerk of the Knox County circuit court do herebycertify that the foregoing contains the original proceedings of the saidcourt in the matter of the application of Obadiah Hammons for a pension.In testimony……….27th day of Sept 1833.

James F. Ballinger
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KENTUCKY PENSION ROLL OF 1835

Report from the Secretary of War in obedience to resolutions of theSenate of the 5th and 30th of June,1834 and the 3rd of March 1836 inrelation to the pension establishment of the United States, Washington
Printed by Duff Green 1835
Obadiah Hammon
Knox County
Private
Infantry and Cavalry
North Carolina Line
$62.50 Annual Allowance
$187.50 Amount received
October 12, 1833, Pension Started, #S2263
Age 78
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1805 Knox Co Tax Lists - Obediah appears for the first time
1810 Knox Co., Ky - Head of household
1820 Knox Co., Ky - Head of household Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Betty "Elizabeth" PULLEN.


Obediah HAMMOND10 was born in 1792 in ,Rowan,North Carolina. He died on 11 August 1854 at the age of 62 in , , Knox, Kentucky. He has Ancestral File Number FWH6-SS. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Elizabeth SKAGGS.

Spouse: Susannah GARLAND. Susannah GARLAND and Obediah HAMMOND were married on 18 July 1814 in Calebs Creek,Knox,Kentucky. Children were: Mary Sarah HAMMOND, Lavina HAMMOND, James HAMMONS, Solomon HAMMOND, Elijah HAMMOND, Sara HAMMOND, Joseph HAMMOND, Eleanor HAMMOND, Elizabeth HAMMOND, William HAMMOND, Susan HAMMOND, Vina (Lavina) HAMMOND.


Peter HAMMOND >< was born on 5 February 1692/3 in Virginia. He died on 23 February 1692/3 at the age of 0 in Virginia. Parents: Job HAMMOND and Elizabeth KING.


Peter HAMMOND >< was born on 2 February 1693/4 in Virginia. He died on 11 May 1771 at the age of 77 in Virginia. Parents: Job HAMMOND and Elizabeth KING.


Peter HAMMOND was born on 25 November 1759 in ,Prince William,Virginia. He died in 1851 at the age of 92 in ,Perry,Kentucky. He was in Farmer. http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=marlam&id=I28767 < Used Finally found them on this site to connect -- lfhammond14@gmail.com


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Pension Application (Abstract of Pension Papers of Soldiers of theRevolutionary War, War of 1812 and Indian Wars Who Settled in Knox CountyKentucky, Compiled by Annie Walker Burns, 1935):

"I, Peter Hammonds about 74 years of age in November next, of PerryCounty Kentucky, certify that I am a brother of Obadiah Hammonds and havebeen well acquainted with him from our infancy. I served 2 tour(s) withmy brother of 3 months each and was a draftsman under Gibson Wooldridge,Captain, and --- Davidson, Gener(a)l. The other was under CaptainWooldridge as a volunteer. While serving as a draftsman we received newsof the victory at King's Mountain. I saw my brother Obadiah in theservice of Captain Richard Dowel, but could not tell the length of thisservice. My brother sent out for a 9 months tour after we served."
Peter Hammonds

Alexander Stewart and Ambrose Anderson, of Knox County, made declarationin regard to the character and veracity of the applicant and his brotherPeter Hammonds, before Joseoh Eve, Judge.

On a leaf from an old Bible, is recorded:
"Obadiah Hammonds, son of Obadiah and Betty Hammonds, his wife, was bornin the year of our Lord 1756 on the 5th day of December.
Peter Hammonds, son of Obadiah Hammonds and Betty Hammonds, his wife, wasborn Nov. 25 in the year of our Lord, 1759."
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Hammons Rev. War Index :
OBADIAH (also as Hammonds & Hammons), 52263, NC Line, he was a son ofObadiah & Bettey Hammons & he was b 5 Dec 1756, he lived in Rowan Co NCat enl 1776 & after his srv he moved to the Clinch River in TN & in 1803moved to Knox Co KY & he appl there 22 Sep 1833, sol's bro Peter was b 25Nov 1759 & in 1833 lived in Perry Co KY & had srv with his bro Obadiahfor 2 tours

PETER, 530461, NC & VA Line, he lived in Rowan Co NC at enl & later enlin Shenandoah Co VA, he appl 11 Feb 1833 Perry Co KY, an Obadiah Hammondsof Knox Co KY in 1833 also live in Rowan Co NC during - the Rev War butthe relationship to Peter Hammonds wasn't stated (Brother to Obadiah)
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The Revolutionary War Pension File of Peter HAMMONDS included hisdeclaration of 11 Feb 1833 in Perry Co KY that he lived in Rowan Co NC atthe time of his first enlistment and that he later enlisted in ShenandoahCo VA. (RW Pension File S30461)
Pension started on November 15,1833 - $36.66 annual allowance. $109.98amount received

The Revolutionary War Pension file of Obadiah HAMMOND (also HAMMONDS &HAMMONS), application 22 Sep 1833, Knox Co KY, included his declarationthat he was a son of Obadiah & Betty HAMMONS, that he was born 5 Dec1756, that he lived in Rowan Co NC at enlistment & that after hismilitary service, he moved to the Clinch River in TN, then in 1803 movedto Knox Co KY where he applied 22 Sep 1833. His brother, Peter HAMMONDwas born 25 Nov 1759, & in 1833 lived in Perry Co KY & declared that hehad served with his brother, Obadiah, for 2 tours.
(RW Pension File S2263)
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Census -
1820 Knox Co., KY Census:
HAMMONS, PETER SR.
Males: 0/0/1/0/2/1 Females: 0/1/2/0/1/0/0

1840 Knox Co., KY Revolutionary War Veterans:
HAMMONDS, Peter - age 78 years (members of household over 29 years of age= 2)

1840 Knox Co., KY Census:
Mrs. Martha Hammons
Males: 1 15-20 years, 1 20-30 years, 1 40-50 years; Females: 1 5-10years, 2 10-15 years, 1 15-20 years, 1 20-30 years, 1 50-60 years

Peter Hammons
Males: 1 70-80 years; Females: 1 60-70 years

1850 Knox Co., KY Census, Pg 388:
Hammonds, Peter, 83 VA
Nancy, 70, VA

Peter Hammond is listed on Knox Co Ky. Tax Lists, - June 18, 1805, June19, 1806, April 27, 1807, April 27, 1807, and May 18, 1809.
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The following are unsubstatiated ( by me) lawsuits filed by heirs Of OldPeter. They are supposedly transcribed records.

Suit #1 - Knox County, KY Lawsuit, filed 9 March 1851:
THOMAS HALE and MARY HALE vs JAMES HAMMONDS and others, the heirs ofPETER HAMMONDS, SR., deceased.

The plaintiffs, THOMAS HALE and MARY HALE, his wife, state that on the-- day of --, the father of the said, MARY, PETER HAMMONDS, SR., departedthis life intestate, siezed and possessed and the owner of a tract ofland in Knox County, Ky., lying on the (right-hand Fork of Big -- printis missing for two sentences -- and leaving the following persons, theplaintiffs, his heirs and legal representatives to wit: JAMES HAMMONDS(the only living son he has), DORCAS MCCARTY and her husband, WILLIAMMCCARTY, JOHN HAMMONDS, EMILY HAMMONDS, WILLIAM SPEED HAMMONDS, MARY COLEand her husband, JAMES COLE, ESTHER HAMMONDS, these the children of PETERHAMMONDS, deceased, the son of OLD PETER HAMMONDS; PETER HIGNIGHT, JOHNHIGNIGHT, MOSES HIGNIGHT, ISAIAH HIGNIGHT, JAMES HIGNIGHT, WILLIAMHIGNIGHT, CATHERINE CAMPBELL, MARGARET EDWARDS and DAVIS, her husband,MARY CAMPBELL and her husband, JAMES, JANE LEWIS and WASHINGTON LEWIS,her husband, these the children and heirs of PHOEBE HIGNIGHT and thedaughter of OLD PETER HAMMONDS.

WILLIAM and JOHN HAMMONDS, the only children of JEREMIAH HAMMONDS,deceased, who was a son of OLD PETER HAMMONDS; WILLIAM and MARGARETHAMMONDS, the only children of WILLIAM HAMMONDS, and a son of OLD PETERHAMMONS; G.M. HALE and T.J. HALE, TALITHA HINKLE and her husband,ANTHONY, being the only children of MARGARET HALE, the daughter of OLDPETER HAMMONDS. JOHN HAMMONDS and ISAIAH HAMMONDS, sons of OLD PETERHAMMONDS.

They state that a good many of the heirs are non-residents of Ky.
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Suit #2 - Knox Co., KY Lawsuit, filed 25 February 1852:
THOMAS HALE vs P. HAMMONDS HEIRS

The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Sheriff of Knox County. You arecommanded to summons:
JAMES HAMMONDS, JR., PETER HAMMONDS, DORCAS MCCARTY, JOHN HAMMONDS, EMILYHAMMONDS, ESTHER HAMMONDS, PETER HIGNIGHT, JOHN HIGNIGHT, MOSES HIGNIGHT,ISAIAH HIGNIGHT, JAMES HIGNIGHT, WILLIAM HIGNIGHT, CATHERINE CAMPBELL,MARGARET EDWARDS, DAVIS/DAVID EDWARDS, MARY CAMPBELL, JAMES CAMPBELL,JANE LEWIS, WASHINGTON LEWIS, WILLIAM HAMMONDS, JOHN HAMMONDS (sons ofJERRY); WILLIAM HAMMONDS, MARGARET HAMMONDS (children of WILLIAMHAMMONDS, SR.); RACHEL HAMMONDS, MARGARET HAMMONDS (children of OBADIAH);GEORGE W. HALE, THOMAS J. HALE, TELITHA HINKLE, ANTHONY HINKLE, JOHNHAMMONDS, and ISAIAH HAMMONDS (sons of PETER, SR.) to answer in twentydays after the service of this summons on them, a Petition filed againstthem in the Knox Circuit Court by THOMAS HALE and MARY HALE, his wife,and warn them that upon their failure to answer the petition will betaken for confessed or they will be proceded against for contempt and youwill make due return of this summons on the 1st day of the March Term ofsaid Court. Witness, JAMES F. BALLINGER, Clerk of said Court, this 25thday of Feb., 1852.
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Suit #3 - THOMAS HALE and wife, plaintiffs against JAMES HAMMONDS andothers, defendants, Sept. 8, 1857

The defendants, WILLIAM MCCARTY and DORCAS MCCARTY, his wife, state thatsaid DORCAS is a daughter and heir of PETER HAMMONDS, a son of OLD PETERHAMMONDS, referred to in plaintiffs' Petition and they are entitled bydescent to one-eight part of their father's interest in the landbelonging to their grandfather, PETER HAMMONDS. That PETER HAMMONDS, thefather of DORCAS, and son of OLD PETER, left nine children and heirs, oneof whom has since died intestate and childless; and OLD PETER left tenheirs, so that being the interest by descent of these defendants in OLDPETER HAMMONDS' estate is one-eighth of one-tenth.

They further state that in addition to the interest acquired by descentas aforesaid, that defendant, WILLIAM MCCARTY, is entitled to purchasefrom the other heirs of the father of defendant, DORCAS, to all theirright, and title of said estate evidences of which he has in part in hispossession in Laurel County and cannot now be filed because they are nowin Laurel County and the balance he will procure and all of which shallbe filed in due time. He is also entitled to the interest of the heirs ofOBEDIAH HAMMONDS, deceased, by purchase. They do not resist a sale of theland belonging to their heirs of OLD PETER HAMMONDS and pray that theproceeds of the same, according to their intent by descent and purchaseas aforesaid may be adjudged against them. They pray that the plaintiffbe ruled and required to file the title papers or give a definite andaccurate description of the land belonging to said estate. They furtherstate the defendant, JAMES HAMMONDS, has never made a settlement of hisaccounts as required by law: some $175 or two-hundred dollars has been inpossession or controlling the possession of the land sought to be sold,ever since the death of the OLD MAN say --- years and the same isreasonably worth the sum of $---- per annum and the defendants have thesame interest in the personality and rents which they have by descent andpurchase in the land as above stated and said JAMES HAMMONDS has neverdistributed to these defendants any part of said estate. They thereforemake this answer a Petition against JAMES HAMMONDS and pray that he becompelled to account for the reasonable rent of said land since the deathof OLD PETER and that he be compelled to settle of his accounts asadministrator of aforesaid and on final hearing, they pray for ajudgement for their distribution share of said estate, real and personalas well as what they are entitled to by descent or by purchase. They prayfor all other proper relief. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Betty "Elizabeth" PULLEN. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Betty "Elizabeth" PULLEN.

Spouse: Margaret HALE. Margaret HALE and Peter HAMMOND were married in 1781 in ,Knox,Kentucky. Children were: John HAMMOND.


Peter HAMMOND was born about 1814. He has Ancestral File Number FWH8-3G. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Elizabeth SKAGGS.


Prudence HAMMOND was christened on 20 May 1561 in Cockfield, Suffolk, , Eng. She was born in 1573 in Of, Great Whelnetham, Suffolk, Eng. She died DEAD in , , England. Prudence was buried in , , England. She has Ancestral File Number 89CP-5R.

Spouse: Robert CASON. Prudence HAMMOND and Robert CASON were married on 19 June 1580 in Great Whelnetham, Suffolk, Eng. Children were: Mary CASON <<$>>, Elizabeth CASON.


Robert HAMMOND >< was born in 1615 in London, England. Parents: Leonard HAMMOND and Anne WEBSTER.


Rose HAMMOND >< was born on 22 April 1578 in Lavenham , Suffolk Eng. She died on 23 March 1605 at the age of 26 in Lavenham , Suffolk Eng. Parents: Thomas (I) HAMMOND and Rose (Trippe) TRIPP.


Sally HAMMOND was born about 1810. She has Ancestral File Number FWH8-14. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Elizabeth SKAGGS.


Samuel HAMMOND Sr <<$>>2608 was born on 19 March 1722 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co, Va. He died in October 1806 at the age of 84 in Kershaw, South Carolina. He has reference number 17. http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:699650&id=I34775396 Used Decendants Parents: Job HAMMOND and Amandine BAYLISS.


Sara HAMMOND10 was born in 1825 in , Calebs Creek, Knox, Kentucky. She has Ancestral File Number FWH6-XH. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Susannah GARLAND.


Sarah HAMMOND (private).

Spouse: Nathaniel STEDMAN.


Sarah HAMMOND <<$>> was born on 13 September 1640 in Middlesex County, Newton, Massachusetts. She was baptized on 13 September 1640 in Hingham, Plymouth, MA.2609 She died after 1675 at the age of 35.2609 Parents: Thomas (II) HAMMOND and Elizabeth CASON.


Sarah HAMMOND was born on 28 August 1808 in Marblehead, Essex, MA. She died on 15 May 1851 at the age of 42 in Salt Lake City, Salt lake, Utah. Parents: Edward HAMMOND and Rebecca FLACK.

Spouse: Nathaniel ASHBY. Sarah HAMMOND and Nathaniel ASHBY were married on 30 November 1826 in Salem, Essex, MA. Children were: Emma Smith ASHBY, Harriet Maria ASHBY, Martha Ellen ASHBY, Mary Jane ASHBY, Susan Ann ASHBY.


Solomon HAMMOND10 was born on 12 July 1815 in , Calebs Creek, Knox, Kentucky. He died on 6 April 1890 at the age of 74 in , , Ky. He has Ancestral File Number FWH6-V5. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Susannah GARLAND.


Susan HAMMOND10 was born in 1835 in , Calebs Creek, Knox, Kentucky. She has Ancestral File Number FWH7-3B. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Susannah GARLAND.


Susanna HAMMOND >< was born on 15 March 1581 in Lavenham , Suffolk Eng. Parents: Thomas (I) HAMMOND and Rose (Trippe) TRIPP.


Susannah HAMMOND >< was born on 7 January 1704/5 in Richmond County, Virginia. Parents: Job HAMMOND and Amandine BAYLISS.


Thomas HAMMOND (private).

Spouse: Elizabeth STEDMAN.


Thomas HAMMOND1432 was born between 1545 and 1552 in Of Lavenham, Suffolk, England. He died on 24 November 1589 at the age of 44 in England. He was buried on 28 November 1589 in Lavenham Parish, Lavenham, Suffolk, England. Descendants of Benjamin Hammond by Philip Battell, Esq., of Middlebury, Vermont, NEHGR, 1876, Vol 30, page 28:

The summary in Dr. Bond's invaluable record of Watertown families includes the English register, credited to mr. S. Hammond Russell, of the
birth of William and Thomas Hammond, which is copied here,as indicating a locality of the name.
THOMAS HAMMOND, of Lavenham, co. Suffolk, married, May 14, 1573, Rose Trippe. He was buried, Nov. 26, 1589.

Children:
i. ELIZABETH, bapt April 1, 1574
ii. WILLIAM, bapt. Oct. 30, 1575;"settled in New-England"
iii. ROSE, bapt. April 22, 1578.
iv. MARTHA, bapt. Nov. 6, 1579.
v. MARIE, bapt. July 7, 1587?
vi. SUSAN.
vii.THOMAS, bapt. Jan. 9, 1586; of Hingham, afterwards of Newton.

Spouse: Rose TRIPPE. Rose TRIPPE and Thomas HAMMOND were married on 14 May 1573 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England. Children were: Elizabeth HAMMOND, William HAMMOND, Thomas HAMMOND.


Thomas HAMMOND1760 was born in 1545 in Lavenham, England.1760 He died on 24 November 1589 at the age of 44 in Lavenham, 13 Colonies.1760 Parents: John HAMMOND and Agnes GARROLD.

Spouse: Rose TRIPPE. Rose TRIPPE and Thomas HAMMOND were married on 14 May 1573 in Lavenham, England.1760 Children were: Elizabeth HAMMOND.


Thomas HAMMOND was born on 9 January 1586 in Melford, Suffolk, England. He died on 30 September 1675 at the age of 89 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA. Parents: Thomas HAMMOND and Rose TRIPPE.


Thomas HAMMOND10 was born about 1594 in . He has Ancestral File Number 1RX7-SRC. He died in Massachusettes.

Children were: Mary WHITE.


Thomas HAMMOND Immigrant was born before 17 September 1618 in England. He died on 10 December 1655 at the age of 37 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. He was christened in Lavenham, Suffolk, England. Will: 6 NOV 1655 Dated
Will: 22 DEC 1655 Inventory taken Parents: William HAMMOND and Elizabeth PAINE.


Thomas HAMMOND >< was born on 20 April 1702 in Richmond County, Virginia. Parents: Job HAMMOND and Mary Ann TYLER <<$>>-><.


Thomas (I) HAMMOND was born in 1545 in Lavenham , Suffolk Eng. He died on 24 November 1589 at the age of 44 in Lavenham , Suffolk Eng. Parents: John HAMMOND and Agnes GARROLD.

Spouse: Rose (Trippe) TRIPP. Rose (Trippe) TRIPP and Thomas (I) HAMMOND were married on 14 May 1573 in Lavenham , Suffolk Eng. Children were: William HAMMOND I <<$>>-< L F H, Susanna HAMMOND ><, Elizabeth HAMMOND <<$>>, Rose HAMMOND ><, Marie HAMMOND ><, Martha HAMMOND ><, Thomas (II) HAMMOND.


Thomas (II) HAMMOND was born on 9 January 1587 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England. He was christened on 2 September 1603 in Melford, Suffolk, England. He died on 30 September 1675 at the age of 88 in Cambridge, Suffolk, MA. THOMAS WAS BELONG TO WILLIAM 1571 & THOMAS 1545 I HAD ON BOTH BUT TO BE LESS CONFUSING I PUT HIM UNDER THOMAS 1545 AS A JR ALSO MOST SITES HAD THIS <> ANYONE WITH INFO EMAIL ME <>lhammond14@yahoo.com<> Also added this line from ->http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=den-gl_obe&id=I082 <>This site on Roots it amy be here just temporay as I want in in my file , it says they decend from him through Jane Hammond, again anyone know email me at the above !

INFORMATION ON THOMAS HAMMOND OF NEWTON, MASS. CAN BE FOUND IN
THE HAMMOND

FAMILIES IN AMERICA, VOL. II PAGES 1 THRU 5.

Thomas Hammond of Melford, England was baptized at Melford,
county of

Suffolk, England, with his twin brother John on Sept. 2, 1603.
He was a

first cousin of William Hammond who settled in Watertown, Mass
in 1636. He

married in Lavenham , England, Nov. 12, 1623 to Elizabeth Cason,
daughter

of Robert and Prudence (Hammond) Cason. She was a grand-daughter
of Robert

and Elizabeth(Myrtle)Hammmond, of Great Whelnetham, England.
Thomas

Hammond was one of the first settlers in Hingham,Mass. He had
land granted

to him there in 1636, and took the freeman's oath on March 9,
1636-7. He

was on the grand jury in 1637. His two younger children were
baptized in

Hingham. The elder children were undoubtedly born in England,
although the

place of their birth has not been ascertained.Thomas Hammond,
Vincent

Druce, John Parker, Nicholas Hodgdon and John Winchester all
settled in

Hingham at about the same time; all of these removed from there
and

settled in the same neighborhood, near the boundary line between
what are

now towns of Newton and Brookline, Mass. His homestead, in
Newton, was

near the Brookline boundary and near a beautiful sheet of water,
which has

since borne his name, "Hammond Pond". The homestead remained in
the family

several generations, Josiah Hovey Hammond, father of Mr. George
W.

Hammond, of the Forest Paper Co., having been the last of the
race who was

born there. Thomas Hammond was one of the wealthiest men in town
in his

day. He died in 1675, leaving an unsigned will which was
admitted to

probate. It is found in Middlesex Probate, No. 7160. Thomas
Hammond is

also mentioned in a book called the history of Newton, Mass
which can be

found in the Seattle public library. Family history of Newton
and first

settlers pages 1 thru 11.

EARLY HISTORY OF ENGLAND-Hingham, Mass. dirived it's name from
the old

Hingham in England. The mosaic into which the facts about Old
Hingham

should be fitted is no less than the history of England from
1600 to 1650,

momentous years which witnessed the rise of modern democracy.
The struggle

for freedom it is true can be traced far back to this period.
Judged

broadly it is as old as time. Mighty human issues hung upon this
contest.

Absolute monarchies were rising on the continent. It was bodly
said in

Jame's Parliament, and probably with truth, that England was the
only

country in Europe where the people were fighting for their
rights. On one

side were the common people, sometimes ignorant and mistaken,
but doggedly

persistent. The parish clergy often were with them, and a few of
the

bishops. On the other side was the Court, comprising the King,
the nobles,

and the higher clergy. The two parties were fundamentally at
varience, The

Court neither understood nor sympathized with the rising
democracy.The

desirability of a truly representative government, concerning
the people's

right to govern themselves, upon the principles that we will pay
no taxes

except those which we ourselves shall levy, about our freedom to
think and

act as we please, and to worship God as we deem helpful, on
these

essential underlying principles of democracy we all agree. In
England

there was a mighty difference of opinion about these matters
between 1600

and 1650. Men fought for them to the death and to death men
fought against

them. It was for these great privileges of freedom that together
with

others the men of Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex were contending. In
the

1630's migration to New England was a family enterprise
comprised of

"Companies". These companies comprised not just families, but
coalitions

of families.

Additional information on the early history of Newton, Mass. and
the

Hammond families and their participation in the Revolutionary
War can be

found in the book HISTORY OF NEWTON by S.F. Smith (1880) held by
the New

England Historic and Genealogical Society of Boston, Mass. Edwin
G.

Hammond joined this Society in July of 1992, membership #
268415. Parents: Thomas (I) HAMMOND and Rose (Trippe) TRIPP.

Spouse: Elizabeth CASON. Elizabeth CASON and Thomas (II) HAMMOND were married on 12 November 1623 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England. Children were: Thomas (III) HAMMOND <<$>>, Elizabeth HAMMOND <<$>>, Sarah HAMMOND <<$>>, Nathaniel HAMMOND I <<$>>, Jane HAMMOND, John HAMMOND Sr<<$>>.


Thomas (III) HAMMOND <<$>>2610 was born on 13 September 1630 in Lavenham England. He was christened on 13 September 1630. He died on 20 October 1678 at the age of 48 in Newton, Middlesex, Ma, USA. These Thomas's had 2 sets of Parents & I removed 1 so if you know which let me know at lhaamond14@yahoo.com !

2 DATE 11 JUL 1656
2 PLAC Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts
1 DEAT
2 DATE 26 FEB 1723/24
2 PLAC Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts


Died of Smallpox.

INFORMATION ON THOMAS HAMMOND JR. OF NEWTON CAN BE FOUND IN THE
HAMMOND

FAMILIES IN AMERICA, VOL. II PAGES 5 & 6.

Thomas Hammond was born in England about 1630 and came to
Hingham, Mass

with his parents about 1636. He later moved to Newton, Mass in
1650 with

his parents and married Elizabeth Stedman whose birth and
parentage is not

known.She was probably a sister of Nathaniel Stedman, who
married his

sister, Sarah Hammond.Thomas and Elizabeth were married Dec. 17,
1662.

Thomas died in Newton, Mass. Oct 20, 1678 of small-pox.Elizabeth
died in

Newton in 1715. Thomas was a farmer on the estate left him by
his father.

But few papers appear in the settlement of the estate,
(Middlesex Probate

No. 7160 1/2) there being only the inventory and a petition for
the

appointment of his widow as administratix as noted below.

INVENTORY OF ESTATE OF THOMAS HAMMOND -1678 A true Inventory of
ye Estate

of Thomas Hammond, of Cambridge Village, deceased, intestate,
the 20th of

ye _____ 1678

The house and barns with ye adjacent lands being estimation one
hundred

and thirty acres. (value-260 pounds). Remote lands, lying in
Boston

bounds, by estimation 60 acres. (value-80 pounds). Stake meadow,
4 acres

(value- 6 pounds). 4 horses and 6 cows (value 26 pounds).
Cattle, sheep,

swine, farming tools, household stuf, &c. The summe totall 468-8
pounds.

Debts going from the estate- 8-16 pounds.Dated the 6th of ye
12th month

1678 (signed) James Trowbridge and Thomas Greenwood

Elizabeth Hammond, his relict, widd. is granted adm. shee
giveing bond as

ye law pvides and shee attested this invent. on oath 1-2-79
(Middlesex

Probrate, No. 7160 1/2) Nothing further could be learned about
his sons,

Nathaniel and John. There are some indications that John may
have married

and left descendants, as there are some of the name in later
generations


Descendants of THOMAS HAMMOND Generation No. 1 1. THOMAS5 HAMMOND (WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Bef. September 17, 1618 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England, and died December 10, 1655 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He married (1) Unknown. He married (2) HANNAH CROSS July 11, 1654 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, daughter of JOHN CROSS and HANNAH UNKNOWN. She was born April 07, 1636 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, and died March 24, 1656/57 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Notes for THOMAS HAMMOND: Admitted a Freeman at Ipswich, Massachusetts 1639, Thomas Hammond seems to have been an active, enterprising man during his short career. In the Court files April 14, 1648, is found a paper of which the following is an abstract: "I Edmund Shearman, of Dedham, Clothier; ?? adventure by sea, two broadcloths, by Thomas Hammond, New England, planter. Signed Thomas Hammond; Edmund Shearman." By this it would appear that Thomas had visited England in 1648 and brought over with him some cloth for sale in the Colony. There appears to have never been any settlement for the same prior to the death of Thomas which occurred a few years later, for April 8, 1660, Edmund Shearman and Henry Wright, of Dedham, County of Essex give a power of Attorney to Rev. John Sherman, and in 16?? he brought suit against the estate for the recovery of the price of the same. This power of attorney is witnessed by "Bazal" Angier and Nath. Backster. There appears to have been some controversy over the will of Thomas Hammond, as on June 21, 1659 "William Waynes and John Parker, indifferent persons, were appointed by the Court to determine the controversies among the heirs of Thomas Hammond." (See Bond in Watertown, pp. 778-9.) How these controversies could have arisen under the will which follows is not now known. There was but one heir, his widow being dead, and that heir a minor child and the controversy must have arisen over the guardianship of his son and the custody of his property during his minority. April 4, 1654, his nephew, Timothy Hawkins, Jr., chose him as his guardian. His widow, Hannah (Cross) Hammond, survived him but a little over a year. She died March 24, 1657. She made her will March 19, 1657, five days prior to her decease, probably then knowing that her end was near and wishing to make every arrangement possible for her infant son, who was so soon to be doubly orphaned. In this will she gave to her mother one-half of the rent of the Cross farm in Ipswich. To John Sherman and each of his children ?5; to John Livermore ?4. 12; the remainder of her estate to her mother and John Sherman, in trust for her son, who was committed to their care. The inventory of Thomas Hammond's estate by Edward Garfield, John Coolidge, Joseph Tainter and Anthony White, dated Dec. 22, 1655. House, barn and upland bought of John Stowers, ?120. Cross farm in Ipswich, with seven cows and two oxen, ?200. Housing and land in England, at Lavenham, renting at ?14 per year, ?120. Elizabeth Barrett, debt to be paid in two years, ?25; and also some personal estate. In his will which follows he makes John Sherman one of his executors. This must have been Capt. John Sherman as Rev. John Sherman appears to have been the attorney in the suit before mentioned, against his estate. Came to NE either in 1631 with his father or in 1633 with brother William, before mother and other siblings arrived in 1634. Returned to England in 1647/8 to reclaim his grandmother's lands. Only had the one child, Thomas He returned to England in 1647-48 to reclaim his grandmother's lands. His will, dated Nov. 6, 1655, mentions his wife Hannah, dr. of Hannah Cross; and he provided for an expected posthumous child. WILL OF THOMAS HAMMOND, OF WATERTOWN, MASS. Nov. 21, 1655 I, Thomas Hamond being att present of sound memory; though sick in body; doe dispose of my outward estate as followeth: Fy: I will and bequeath to my beloved wife Hannah Hamond the fearme in Ipswich bounds known by the name of Crosses fearme with all the stock be on it; as I had it with her; my meaning is the sd fearme housint lands with all appurtinances and dairy together with the stock; my wife Hannah should have and enjoy to hur and hur heires to their owne proper use. 2ly. My houseint & land in Watertown wheare I now live with all my land in Watertown my will is my wife shall injoy it the time of hur widowhod; my meaning is, my house I now dwell in and all the upland & medow bought of John Stowers in Watertown my wife shall have the use of duerint hur widowhod. 3. All the househould stuff that my wife brought with hur my will she should have it all again to hur self. 4. In case my wife be now with child then my will is that child shall have the foresaid house and land in Watertown; if it be a sonn at the age of twenty one yeares; if it be a daughtor then abt the day of marriage; or abt eighteen yeares of age; wher com first; allso my will is that the foresaid child be it sonn or daughtor should have the bed I now lay upon with all the firniture about it, too chayers and fouer stooles, one payer of cob irons, with brass bosses upon them, to read ((???)) too ((???)) ones & too great pewter platers, also my will is that the estate of land that I have in England, in Lavenham, in Suffolk, my wife shall injoy duerint hur widowhod. Also I give to my wife my bay maree. Also I give to my wife too cowes; my three sheep to the child my wife is withall, and six cowes and my hors and my two oxen & a heffer of one yeare & ((???)) to the child my wife is now withall. Also my will is my wife shall have tenn pounds per anum out of my land in Watertown duerint hur life & the remainder for bringing up the child to age. Also my will is the houseint and land, catell and houshould stuf given to my child my will is in case my wife be not with child or it be still borne or dy befor the time expressed for receivit it; then the sd estate to be equally divided between my brothers and sisters children. Also my will is that my land in England given to my wife befor duerient hur widowhood shall afterward go to the foresd child if said child be not borne or live not to age of twenty one years then my will is my broth (John Ha) mond shall have it to him & his heires. (Also my will is) my estate not expressed (be sold by my) executed for the discharge of my debtes in New England and in case the estate mouvabl goods ((???)) or debts due to me not in this my will shall not sufficient to discharge all my sd. debts then my will is my Executors shall take of the cattell the oxen or cowes for the discharge tharof att the discretion of my executor and the debts to be discharge in the first place. Also make apoynt and fully authorize my beloved wife, John Livermore & John Sherman executors of this my will firmed by my hand & seall this twenty one of November in sixteen hundred fifty and five. (Signed) Thomas Hamond Witness-- John Livermore, John Sherman. Source: History and Genealogies of the Hammond Families in America Vol 1 p. 63 - 66 "Great Migration Begins" Ancestry.com More About THOMAS HAMMOND: Baptism: September 17, 1618, Lavenham, Suffolk, England Notes for HANNAH CROSS: Hannah (Cross) Hammond, survived her husband by a little over a year. She died March 24, 1657. She made her will March 19, 1657, five days prior to her decease, probably then knowing that her end was near and wishing to make every arrangement possible for her infant son, who was so soon to be doubly orphaned. In this will she gave to her mother one-half of the rent of the Cross farm in Ipswich. To John Sherman and each of his children ?5; to John Livermore ?4. 12; the remainder of her estate to her mother and John Sherman, in trust for her son, who was committed to their care. The inventory of Thomas Hammond's estate by Edward Garfield, John Coolidge, Joseph Tainter and Anthony White, dated Dec. 22, 1655. House, barn and upland bought of John Stowers, ?120. Cross farm in Ipswich, with seven cows and two oxen, ?200. Housing and land in England, at Lavenham, renting at ?14 per year, ?120. Elizabeth Barrett, debt to be paid in two years, ?25; and also some personal estate. In his will which follows he makes John Sherman one of his executors. This must have been Capt. John Sherman as Rev. John Sherman appears to have been the attorney in the suit before mentioned, against his estate. History and Genealogies of the Hammond Families in America Vol 1 [p.65] New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Vol. IV Author: William Richard Cutter Publication: Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996 Text: It has records of achievements of people from England, who have set up commonwealths in New England. About 6000 names included in this record. Page: p.1808 A Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, On the Basis of Farmer's Registry; volume 2 Author: James Savage Publication: Boston: Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1860-62 Page: p. 345 More About HANNAH CROSS: Baptism: October 09, 1638, Hampton, Essex, Massachusetts Child of THOMAS HAMMOND and HANNAH CROSS is: + 2 i. LIEUTENANT THOMAS6 HAMMOND, born July 11, 1656 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died February 26, 1724/25 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. Generation No. 2 2. LIEUTENANT THOMAS6 HAMMOND (THOMAS5, WILLIAM4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born July 11, 1656 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, and died February 26, 1724/25 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. He married (1) SARAH PICKARD December 06, 1671 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, daughter of JOHN PICKARD and JANE CROSBY. She was born January 31, 1656/57 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, and died January 16, 1712/13 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts. He married (2) Elizabeth Noyes August 21, 1677 in Watertown, Essex, Massachusetts. She was born August 26, 1655 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, and died April 04, 1679 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He married (3) Hannah Platts October 17, 1713 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, daughter of Abel Platts and Lydia Bailey. She was born February 05, 1678/79 in Rowely, Essex, Massachusetts, and died June 26, 1748 in Rowely, Essex, Massachusetts. Notes for LIEUTENANT THOMAS HAMMOND: He was left an orphan when but a few months of age. His grandfather, William Hammond, died when he was but four years of age and his grandmother, Cross, surviving but a few years, it is probable that his uncle, Lieut. John Hammond, Watertown, took charge of his bringing up and education. He appears to have been much better educated than the average man of his time. He was a fine penman as is shown by specimen of his handwriting which are still in existence. It seems that he had some military training in his younger days, probably owing to the influence of his uncle, Lieut. John, and he is credited with service in King Philip's war, in the Companie of Capt. Joseph Syll, in 1675, and Capt. Joseph Cutter, in 1676. It is probable that he took an active part in the military affairs later in life as he is mentioned as "Lieut." in the records at Ipswich. Growing up as he did without parent restraint he early learned self-reliance and became one of the most active, enterprising men of the locality in which he liveed. The following account found on page 143, of the Essex County Genealogical Register, shows the characteristics of the man. "Thomas Hammond if living now would be one of our liberal men Paul Jewett, who was contemporary with him, reports him through his son Dea. Joshua Jewett, that Hammond had no particular reverence for Sunday, parson or church; that he was a hustler in business and paid little regard to time or place albeit he might coin an honest dollar. He was born too early and the stiff orthodoxy of his day condemned him, and the 'faithful' said that Devil held him. It became the whispered secret that 'Tom Hammond had sold himself to the Devil.' Time passed, 'Tom' kept business in a whirl and made money. He owed several of his townsmen, as would be natural with a man who drove his business. Gossip was rife and 'Tom' resolved to test it--in modern phase he suspended. Then calling in his creditors, who were also his accusers, he said: 'Gentlemen, there are two piles of money; the larger pile is ample to pay you all, but I got it through Satanic influence, and you must take the responsibility of its spell upon you. The other pile will pay you only a small dividend, but it is free. I hoarded it before I made a league with the Devil. Take which you will and sign a release.' They took the smaller pile. Few people now-a-days play a shrewder game." Thomas Hammond and his wife rest in the Rowley Cemetery, on the left near the entrance. Their headstones are beautifully engraved in the fashion of that time, and read as follows: HERE LIES YE BODY OF MR. THOMAS HAMMOND, DECST. FEBRUARY YE [A figure cut out and 16, it looks like, cut above]6, 1724, IN YE 69TH YEAR OF HIS AGE. HERE LYETH BURIED YE BODY OF MRS. SARAH HAMMOND, WIFE OF MR. THOMAS HAMMOND, WHO DIED JANUARY YE 16, 1712-13, AGED 57 YEARS. He appears to have lived in Ipswich on the old Cross farm, after his second marriage, until about 1690 when he removed to Watertown, where he had considerable property interests. He was admitted freeman April 18, 1690, and continued to reside there until about 1706, when he returned to Ipswich and spent the remaining years of his life on the old farm situated near the west end of Muzzey hill, adjoining the town of Rowley. He was a large owner of real estate as is shown by the Essex Registry of Deeds. The following abstracts serve to show the relationship between the parties and prove conclusively that Thomas married a third wife and had two daughters by her, although this marriage is not mentioned in any of the works now in print. June 11, 1713, he conveyed the old Cross farm to his sons, David and Nathaniel Hammond, "in consideration of parental love." The farm is described as follows: "Bounded on the cart way which lyeth next ye line yt parts Ipswich at Rowley, and on ye N. W. side by Bradstreet farm, so-called containing 100 acres, subject to a yearly lien which John Cross, the former owner, put upon said farm for the support of ye Grammar school." The deed is witnessed by Nehemiah Jewett, Philip Nelson and Elizabeth (her X mark) Bu?? (Essex Registry 25; 243.) Nov. 7, 1717, he conveyed "for love and affection to me son-in-law, Ephraim Jewett--thatch lot on Rogers island in Ipswich and new up-land lot at Jeffries." His wife, Hannah relinquished her right of dower in the same. (Essex Registry?? 32; 208.) May 23, 1724, Thomas Hammond "in consideration of parental love which I bear my son, Thomas Hammond of Watertown," conveyed to him a salt marsh in Ipswich with the proviso that, "should I die before my now present wife, my said son, Thomas, shall pay to my said wife the sum of ?40, provided she doth acquit rights of dower, or power of thirds in all of my estate according to Covenant, and not else." Thomas was also required to pay his brothers, David and Nathaniel Hammond, ?5 each. Proved in Court April 13,1725, by witnesses Nathaniel Knowlton and Thomas Manning, to have been the deed of Thomas Hammond, late of Ipswich, deceased. (Essex Registry 44; 158.) March 28, 1724, he conveyed "to my daughter Elizabeth Jewett, the now wife of Ephraim Jewett, in consideration of parental love," &c., lands in Ipswich and Rowley. (Essex Registry 44; 162.) By a deed proved in Court April 13, 1725, "in consideration of parental love," &c., he conveyed lands to his two daughters, Hannah and Mary Hammond, minors, of Ipswich; "my daughter, Hannah, must pay to my daughter, Sarah Lambert, ?10, and my daughter, Mary, shall pay to my daughter, Elizabeth Jewett, ?10." (Essex Registry 45; 29.) His daughter, Hannah, afterwards married Lieut. Nathaniel Bradstreet, and the lands then deeded to her have since remained in possession of her descendants and are now owned (1897) and occupied by John Francis Bradstreet, who has in his possession the original deed given by Thomas Hammone in 1724. This deed is a finely executed document, written in a bold old English hand, and has a fine signature showing him to have been a good penman at that advanced age, is characteristic of the family for many generations. Thomas Hammond was selectman in Watertown in 169?? and 1696. He was witness of the will of John Bond in Watertown, Feb. 26, 1690. He was executor of the will of his kinsman, Timothy Hawkins, in Watertown, in 1697. Buried in Rowley Cemetery on the left near the main entrance. Source: History and Genealogies of the Hammond Families in America Vol 1 [p. 72 - 75] Vital Records of Rowley, MA, p. 468. Died in his 69th birthday More About LIEUTENANT THOMAS HAMMOND: Burial: Rowley Cemetery, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts Notes for SARAH PICKARD: Title: Early Settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts. Author: Complied by George Brainard Blodgett, A.M. Publication: Revised, Edited and Published by Amos Everett Jewett Call Number: International Standard Book Number: 0-89725-027-3. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 81-83875. Page: 128, 292. Ref.# 145-4 Ancestral Charts of Herman Sampson Cushing Author: Cushing, Herman Sampson and Florence (Buckley) Cushing Publication: unpublished Media: Manuscript Page: 20 More About SARAH PICKARD: Burial: Rowley Cemetery, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts Notes for Hannah Platts: More About Hannah Platts: Baptism: February 23, 1678/79, Rowely, Essex, Massachusetts Children of THOMAS HAMMOND and SARAH PICKARD are: 3 i. Hannah7 Hammond, born November 15, 1680 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died January 13, 1691/92 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. 4 ii. Sarah Hammond, born January 20, 1681/82 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died July 11, 1759 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts. She married Thomas Lambird December 19, 1699 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; born Abt. 1679 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. 5 iii. Thomas Hammond, born November 17, 1687 in Dorchester, Plymouth, Massachusetts; died October 22, 1762 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He married Mary Harrington March 08, 1708/09 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; born May 11, 1687 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died May 18, 1760 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. 6 iv. Elizabeth Hammond, born May 12, 1688 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died September 1752 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She married Ephriam Jewett June 11, 1709 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; born February 1678/79 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; died December 13, 1739 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. + 7 v. DAVID HAMMOND, born Bef. November 23, 1690 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died September 22, 1765 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts. 8 vi. Jonathan Hammond, born July 25, 1697 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died September 16, 1777 in Swanzey, Cheshire, New Hampshire. He married Abigail Hastings July 29, 1741 in Lunenburg, Worcester, Massachusetts; born September 05, 1719 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died September 05, 1777. 9 vii. Nathaniel Hammond, born July 25, 1697 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died February 02, 1759 in Swanzey, Cheshire, New Hampshire. He married Bridget Harris January 30, 1712/13 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; born December 17, 1692 in Watertown, Middlesex, Parents: Thomas (II) HAMMOND and Elizabeth CASON.


Vina (Lavina) HAMMOND10 was born in 1839 in , Calebs Creek, Knox, Kentucky. She has Ancestral File Number FWH7-4H. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Susannah GARLAND.


William HAMMOND (private).

Spouse: Helen ROBERSON.


William HAMMOND <<$>> was born in 1548 in Milford, Suffolk, England. He died on 26 November 1859 at the age of 311 in Lavenham Suffolk England. NFORMATION ON WILLIAM HAMMOND CAN BE FOUND IN THE HAMMOND
FAMILIES IN

AMERICA, VOLUME I PAGE 50. ALSO IN REFERENCE TO THOMAS HAMMOND
OF NEWTON

IN VOLUME II PAGE 1 THRU 5. HELD BY EDWIN HAMMOND OF OAK
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William Hammond the son of John and Agnes Hammond of Melford,
England are

the parents of Thomas Hammond of Newton, Mass. This information
can be

found in Volume 1 of the Hammond Families in America by Fredrick
Stam

Hammond on page 50.

http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=tjglad Parents: John HAMMOND and Agnes GARROLD.

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William HAMMOND1432 was born before 30 October 1575 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England. He was christened on 30 October 1575 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England. He died on 8 October 1662 at the age of 86 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. William was buried in October 1662 in Watertown, Suffolk County, New England. Name variations: Haman, Hamons, Hammon, Hammons, Hammond
Hammond Fam, Vol I, 1902 pg 566: (re father & mother of Benjamin Hammond)
... "Benjamin was the son of William and Elizabeth (Penn) Hammond of
London, England."
See notes under Elizabeth Penn. This William Hammond has been confused
with a William Hammond of Watertown, Mass. who married an Elizabeth Paine
(Payne). This William Hammond died prior to 1634, when his wife emigrated
with her son Benjamin on the Ship Griffin. The William Hammond, of
Watertown, pg 53 of The Hammond Family, Vol. I, who m. Eliz. Paine, had
no son Benjamin. Our William died in England and his wife, Elizabeth Penn
came to America as a widow, 1634, with her son Benjamin and three
daughters.
Family Tree Maker Online: GenealogyLibrary.com: A History and Genealogy
of the Descendants of William Hammond of London, England and his Wife
Elizabeth Penn; Through Their Son Benjamin of Sandwich and Rochester,
Mass. 1600-1894, by Roland Hammond, A.M., M.D. Fellow of the Mass.
Medical Society, Etc., Boston: David Clapp & Son, Printers. 1894:
Page 1:
It is said that the first mention of the name "Hamon" or "Hamond" is in
connection with the conquest of England by William the Conqueror in 1066.
He caused an Abbey to be erected on the battlefield at Hastings in honor
ofhis victory over Harold, the last of the Saxon kings. In this, which
is called "Battle Abbey," there were deposited the names of all the
nobles and barons, as they were called, who came with William from
Normandy. Among these names is that of Hamound, afterwards written
Hammond.
The name of Hammond may arise from one of three sources, viz: 1.
Hammonet, a town or house, or an elevation; 2. Hamon, faithful; 3. St.
Armand, in regard to which Burke's Landed Gentry, Vol. I., says, "The
family of Hammond is of considerable antiquity in England, and is
probable may have derived its origin from a branch of the Norman House
St. Armand."
In any rate the Hammonds have been in England for may centuries, and
there were and are in that country many eminent families bearing the
name.
A family of special interest to us is that of William Hammond of London,
Co. Kent, whose descendants form the subject of this Genealogy. He
married Elizabeth Penn (*), sister of Admiral Sir William Penn, and aunt
to William Penn the Quaker, and had a son Benjamin and three daughters
who with their mother afterwards came to Boston. This family is know
among genealogists as that of "William of London."
Page 9: [PART I. WILLIAM HAMMOND OF LONDON, ENGLAND.]
William Hammond (1) was born in London, County Kent, Eng., and there m.
Elizabeth Penn(*) ... William Hammond died and was buried in London,and
was probably descended from the Hammonds of St. Albans Court, County
Kent, Eng. His Children were: (These children were all born in London,
Co. Kent, Eng.)
1. Benjamin, b. in 1621. d. in 1703
2. Elizabeth, b. d.
3. Martha, b. d.
4. Rachel, b. d.
Page 10:
Of the three daughters of William Hammond and Elizabeth Penn,--Elizabeth,
Martha and Rachel,--nothing further can be learned.
(*) Hammond Fam., by Frederick Stam Hammond, Vol I, 1902 pg 566:
Elizabeth Penn, wife of William Hammond, is said to have been a daughter
of Sir William Penn, and aunt to William Penn, the founder of
Pennsylvania, but this does not seem possible in light of the latest
discoveries in the Penn genealogy (See NEHGR, July 1900). It is probable
that her name was Elizabeth Penn, however, as there exists no
satisfactory reason for doubting the general accuracy of the record kept
by Capt. Elnathan Hammond and his father.*
*Fora very full account of this record see "Genealogy of the Family of
Horatio Hammond," published 1876, pp 6-12.
Descendants of Benjamin Hammond, by PhillipBattell, Esq., of Middlebury,
Vt., NEHGR 1876, Vol 30 pg
28-29:
WILLIAM HAMMOND married, June 9, 1605, Elizabeth Payne (Pe

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ORIGIN: Lavenham, Suffolk
MIGRATION: 1631
FIRST RESIDENCE: Watertown
OCCUPATION: Husbandman.
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admission to Watertown church prior to May25, 1636implied by freemanship.
FREEMAN: May 25, 1636 [MBCR 1:371].
EDUCATION: His inventory included "one great Bible and 3 other books"valued at 13s.
OFFICES: Watertown selectman, November 8, 1647 [WaTR 1:10]. With IsaacStearns,arbiter in dispute between John Wincoll and Benjamin Crisp [WaTR1:14]. "Old Goodman Hammond" was appointed to a committee to assign seats in the meeting house,November 17, 1656 [WaTR 1:47].
ESTATE: On February 26, 1629/1630 William Hammond was declared a bankruptin England and "the 20th of November after that date he departe[d] the land and fleeth into New England [NEHGR 106:83, citing a 1656 law suit against William Hammond]. (This would place him on the Lyon which sailed from Bristol on December 1, 1630 and arrived in New England the following February [WP 2:317].) In the "year 1645 Rose his mother dyeth ... but now in the year 1647 his son Thomas come from New England to be admitted to the land"[NEHGR 106:83]. On November 22, 1647 "William Hamond granted aletter of attorney unto Thomas Hamond his son to ask & demand of the lordof the manor the possession of certain lands in Lavenham in Suffolk which were the possession of Rose Steward his mother" [Aspinwall 112].
On July 25, 1636 William Hammond was granted forty acres in the GreatDividend [WaBOP 5]; granted eight acres in the Remote Meadows, June 26,1637 [WaBOP 8]; granted a farm of one hundred fifty-five acres, 10 May1642 [WaBOP 12].
In the Watertown Inventory of Grants WilliamHammond held six parcels:homestall of forty acres; three acres of meadow; forty acres of upland being a Great Dividend; eighteen acres of upland beyond the Further Plain; eight acres of Remote Meadow; and four acres of upland [WaBOP108]. In the Inventory of Possessions he held three parcels: three acres of upland; two acres of meadow; and another two acres of meadow [WaBOP146]. In the Composite Inventory he held six parcels: homestall of thirty-four acres; three acres of meadow; forty acres of upland being a Great Dividend; eighteen acres of upland beyond the Further Plain; eight acres of Remote Meadow; and a farm of onehundred fifty-six acres [WaBOP61].
In his will, dated July 1, 1662 and proved December 16, 1662, "William Hammond of Watertowne ... now about ninety years of age"bequeathed to "my loving & dear wife Elizabeth Hammond my whole estate"for life, and after her death to "my son John Hammond all my houses & lands"; to "Thomas Hammond son of my son Thomas Hammond deceased" Ð40 when twenty-one, butif he dies before that then "the Ð40 to be equally divided between the children of my daughter House & daughter Barnes [i.e., Barron's] children"; to "daughter Barnes" Ð30; to "the four children of my daughter Elizabeth House deceased" Ð5 apiece; to "Adam Smith son of my daughterSarah ... one mare colt" and to"my daughter Sarah Smith" Ð5 [MPR 2:88-90,Case #10262].
The inventory of thee state ofWilliam Hammond totalled Ð467 16s. 9d., including Ð318 in real estate: "one dwelling house & an orchard," Ð24;"23 acres of pasture land," Ð69; "11 acres of broken-up land," Ð48; "15 acres of meadow," Ð90; "8 acres of meadow remote," Ð15; "18 acres of landin lieu of township," Ð6; "1 Great Dividend, 40 acres," Ð40; "1 farm, 160 acres," Ð20; and "a part of a barn," Ð6 [MPR 2:90-93,Case #10262].
BIRTH: Baptized Lavenham, Suffolk, October 30, 1575, son of Thomas andRose(Trippe) Hammond.
DEATH: Watertown October 8, 1662 "aged about ninety-four [sic]" [WaVR25].
MARRIAGE: Lavenham, Suffolk, June 9, 1605 Elizabeth Paine, baptized Lavenham September 11, 1586, daughter of William and Agnes (Neves) Paine.Elizabeth arrived in New England in 1634 on the Francis with her three youngest children [Hotten 279]. She died Watertown September 27,1670 "aged about ninety years [sic]" [WaVR 33]. Parents: Thomas HAMMOND and Rose TRIPPE.

Spouse: Elizabeth PAINE. Elizabeth PAINE and William HAMMOND were married on 9 June 1605 in Of Lavenham, Suffolk, England. Children were: Ann HAMMOND, Hannah (Anna) HAMMOND, Thomas HAMMOND Immigrant, Elizabeth HAMMOND, Benjamin HAMMOND, John HAMMOND (Immigrant).


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Name: William Hammond Sex: M Birth: 30 OCT 1575 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England Death: BEF. 1634 in England 1 Note:
A History and Genealogy of the Descendants of William Hammond Author: Roland Hammond Call Number: R929.2 H227 A history and genealogy of the Descendants of William Hammond of London, England, and His Wife Elizabeth Penn, through their son Benjamin of Sandwich and Rochester, Mass. (1600-1894. Bibliographic Information: Hammond, Roland. A History and Genealogy of the Descendants of William Hammond. Boston: David Clapp & Son. 1894. PART I. WILLIAM HAMMOND OF LONDON, ENGLAND. (+). William Hammond1 was born in London, County Kent, Eng., and there married Elizabeth Penn, sister of the Admiral, Sir William Penn, and aunt to William Penn, the Quaker. William Hammond died and was buried in London, and was probably descended from the Hammonds of St. Albans Court, County Kent, Eng. His children were: 1. Benjamin, b. in 1621. d. in 1703. 2. Elizabeth, b. d. 3. Martha, b. d. 4. Rachel, b. d. These children were all born in London, County Kent, Eng. Elizabeth Hammond, widow of William, with her son Benjamin and three daus., all young, left a good estate in London, and came over to New England in the troublesome times of 1634, from a desire to have the liberty to serve God according to the dictates of their consciences. They arrived in Boston, Sep. 18, 1834, in the ship Griffin, and had with them the Rev. John Lothrop,(*) their minister. Mrs. Hammond lived in Boston and in Watertown, Mass., until the year 1638, when she joined Rev. John Lothrop's church in Scituate, Apr. 16, 1638, being the 33d member of said church. Mrs. Elizabeth [Penn] Hammond probably returned to Boston near the close of the year 1639, as she died and was buried there A.D. 1640. (*) Rev. John Lothrop established a church at Scituate Harbor, Mass., and afterwards one at Barnstable, Mass. He is said to have married for his second wife, Anna, widow, daughter of William Hammond of Watertown, Mass., and had Barnabas, Abigail, Bathsheua and John. But the evidence that the widow Anna was the daughter of William Hammond is far from convincing. Rev. John Lothrop received the degree of A.B. from Queen's College, Cambridge, Eng., in 1605, was admitted to the living in Egerton in 1611, renounced his Orders in 1623, and became an independent preacher, before coming to Boston. Of the three daughters of William Hammond and Elizabeth Penn,--Elizabeth, Martha and Rachel,--nothing further can be learned. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx internet: Ancestors of LeRoy Earl Hammond Generation No. 11 1024. William Hammond (Source: A History and Genealogy of the Descendants of William Hammond of London England, and his wife Elizabeth Penn 1600-1894.), born Bet. 1580 - 1600 in London, County Kent, England; died Bef. 1634 in London, County Kent, England. He married 1025. Elizabeth Penn. 1025. Elizabeth Penn, born Bet. 1580 - 1600 in London, County Kent, England; died 1640 in Boston, MA (Source: A History and Genealogy of the Descendants of William Hammond of London England, and his wife Elizabeth Penn 1600-1894, pp.9-10, William Hammond was born in London, County Kent, England, and there married Elizabeth Penn, sister of the Admiral, Sir William Penn and aunt to William Penn, the Quaker. William Hammond died and was burried in London, and was probably descended from the Hammonds of St. Albans Court, County Kent, England. Elizabeth Hammond, widow of William, with her son Benjamin and three daughters, all young, left a good estate in London, and came over to New England in the troublesom times of 1634, with a desire to have the liberty to serve God according to the dictates of their consciences. They arrived in Boston, September 18, 1634, in the ship Griffin, and had with them the Rev John Lothrop*, their minister. Mrs. Hammond lived in Boston and in Watertown, Mass until the year 1638, when she joined Rev. John Lothrop's church in Scituate, April 16, 1638, being the 33rd member of said church.. Mrs Elizabeth [Penn] Hammond probably returned to Boston near the close of the year 1639, as she died and was buried there A.D. 1640 Of the three daughters of William Hammond and Elizabeth Penn, --Elizabeth, Martha and Rachel,--nothing further can be learned.). Children of William Hammond and Elizabeth Penn are: 512 i. Benjamin Hammond, born 1621 in London, County Kent, England; died 1703 in Rochester, MA; married Mary Vincent ABT 1650 in Sandwich, MA. ii. Elizabeth Hammond iii. Martha Hammond iv. Rachel Hammond 1026. John Vincent Child of John Vincent is: 513 i. Mary Vincent, born 1633 in England; died 1705 in Rochester, MA; married Benjamin Hammond ABT 1650 in Sandwich, MA.
Father: Thomas Hammond </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=11221b&id=I04094> Mother: Rose Trippe </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=11221b&id=I04095> Marriage 1 Elizabeth Penn </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=11221b&id=I02991> b: 1580 in of Lavenham, Suffolk, England
Married: 9 JUN 1605 in Lavenham, Sulfolk, England
Children
Elizabeth Hammond </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=11221b&id=I03350> b: 28 OCT 1620 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England
Benjamin* Hammond </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=11221b&id=I02988> b: 1621 in London, Kent, England
Martha Hammond </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=11221b&id=I03353> b: ABT. 1625 in London, Middlesex, England
Rachel Hammond </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=11221b&id=I03355> b: ABT. 1627 in London, Middlesex, England
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records say wife came to Boston with some of her children in 1634 Parents: Thomas (I) HAMMOND and Rose (Trippe) TRIPP.


William HAMMOND >< was born on 3 September 1682 in Virginia. Parents: Job HAMMOND and Elizabeth KING.


William HAMMOND >< was born in 1687 in Virginia. Parents: Job HAMMOND and Elizabeth KING.


William HAMMOND was born about 1816. He has Ancestral File Number FWH8-4M. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Elizabeth SKAGGS.


William HAMMOND10 was born in 1834 in , Calebs Creek, Knox, Kentucky. He has Ancestral File Number FWH7-25. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Susannah GARLAND.


Winifred HAMMOND was born on 22 July 1698 in Virginia. Parents: Job HAMMOND and Elizabeth KING.


Elizabeth HAMMONDS was born about 1785.
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Spouse: James COPE. Elizabeth HAMMONDS and James COPE were married about 1804 in Hawkins County, Tennessee. Children were: Andrew COPE, John COPE, William M. COPE, Daniel COPE, Jane COPE.


Isaiah [Hammond] HAMMONS <<$>>->< was born about 1752. He died UNKNOWN. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Betty "Elizabeth" PULLEN.


Isaiah [Hammond] HAMMONS <<$>>->< was born about 1752. He died UNKNOWN. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Betty "Elizabeth" PULLEN.


James HAMMONS10 was born on 14 July 1815 in , , Knox, Kentucky. He died on 6 April 1890 at the age of 74 in , , Knox, Kentucky. He was buried on 10 April 1890 in , , Knox, Kentucky. James has Ancestral File Number FWH5-QB. Parents: Obediah HAMMOND and Susannah GARLAND.


Mary Jo HAMMONS was born on 23 May 1933. She died on 27 June 1977 at the age of 44.
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Spouse: Living ROBERSON. Children were: Living ROBERSON.


William H HAMMONS was born on 11 February 1858 in ,Knox,Kentucky.

Spouse: Demaris Ellen NEWKIRK. Demaris Ellen NEWKIRK and William H HAMMONS were married on 29 August 1889 in ,Orange, Indiana.


Sarah A HAMNER was born on 20 April 1824.

Spouse: Joseph Smathers HOPKINS. Sarah A HAMNER and Joseph Smathers HOPKINS were married on 15 August 1850 in ,Davis,Iowa.


Edmund HAMPDEN was born in 1335 in Hampden,Buckinghamshire,England. He died on 29 April 1420 at the age of 85 in Great Hampden,Buckinghamshire,England. Parents: John DE HAMPDEN and Joan DE AYLESBURY.

Spouse: Joan "Joanna" BELKNAP. Joan "Joanna" BELKNAP and Edmund HAMPDEN were married in 1378 in Hampden,Buckinghamshire,England. Children were: John HAMPDEN.


Eleanor HAMPDEN was born in 1445 in Great Hampden,Buckinghamshire,England. Parents: John HAMPDEN and Elizabeth WALESBOROUGH.

Spouse: Walter DE ARDEN. Eleanor HAMPDEN and Walter DE ARDEN were married in 1466 in Great Hampden,Buckinghamshire,England. Children were: Thomas ARDEN.


Isabella HAMPDEN was born in 1478 in Baddesley, Hertfordshire, England. Parents: Thomas HAMPDEN and Margery POPHAM.

Spouse: Walter NOWDIGATE. Children were: Anne NOWDIGATE, Elizabeth NOWDIGATE, Thomas NOWDIGATE.