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Note for:   Ulysses Grant Hammond,   ABT 1866 - 1 AUG 1897         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   AUG 1897

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[John Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4094[Hammond file from work.FTW]

[John Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4094

Individual Notes

Note for:   Isaac Elmer Hammond,   12 DEC 1862 - 26 OCT 1900         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   OCT 1900
     Place:   Poplar Cem., Sullivan Co., IN

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[John Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4095[Hammond file from work.FTW]

[John Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4095

Individual Notes

Note for:   John Eddie Hammond,   ABT 1861 -          Index

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[John Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4096[Hammond file from work.FTW]

[John Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4096

Individual Notes

Note for:   Samuel Reed Hammond,   OCT 1859 - 1935         Index

Census:   
     Date:   1900
     Place:   Patoka Twp., Gibson Co., IN

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[John Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4097[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4097[Hammond file from work.FTW]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4097
In 1910 census he was an "Insurance Collector" in 1920 he owned Hammond Insurance Agency.

Individual Notes

Note for:   John A. Hammond,   16 OCT 1824 - 10 AUG 1899         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   AUG 1899
     Place:   Coffman Cem., Sullivan Co., IN

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

Descendants of Ambrose Hammon b. 1793 migrated to Owen Co., KY from Wilkes Co., NC
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1820 Owen Co., Ky census has 2 Hammond families headed by James and Thomas. James was 45 or under and Thomas was younger than 26.
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SOURCE:

1860 Census Gill Twp., Merom, Sullivan Co., Indiana
23 July 1860

Hammond, John/36/M/Engineer/500/250/KY
Hammond, Louisa/28
Hammond, Ann/17
Cassius/14
Charles/12
Mary/10
Samantha/7
Silas/4
Samuel/1month

SOURCE:
Newspaper Account -
OLD RESIDENT
Taken Ill Sunday and Dies Very Suddenly Thursday Morning [August 10, 1899]

"Uncle John" Hammond, one of the oldest residents of this city, died this morning very suddenly. He was taken sick last Sunday, but his condition was not considered dangerous at any time during his illness.

He was born in Kentucky, October 16, 1816, being 82 years, 9 months and 24 days of age at the time of his death. At the age of 16 he began work on the Ohio River as a steam boat engineer, and continued in this vocation until the year 1854, when he came to Sullivan. After this time he was employed as an engineer in the old Seth Cushman grist mill at Merom. At the beginning of the Civil War he joined Co. I, 6th Ind .Cavalry, and continued in the service until the close of the war, having held the position of Veterinary Surgeon in his company.

He returned to Sullivan and was employed as an engineer for Hays Bros. & Neal and George Bauer & Son until their mill was burned, about ten years ago. He was married to Nancy Pinkston, of Cincinnati in 1842. To this union was born eight children, four boys and four girls. He was again married to Louisa Jane [Joseph] Kelly, in 1858, there being born to this union six boys and one girl.

He was a member of the M.E. church and was also one of the oldest members of I.O.O.F. in the city. His funeral will be held under auspices of the Order, but as yet, no arrangements have been made.

A wife and eight children survive him.
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4101[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

Robert Hammon m Nancy Morgan-Aug 29,1820-Owen Co.
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Hammond Family
Author: JOE BURDICK Date: 26 Jul 2001 3:39 AM GMT
In Reply to: Hammond Family by: John Adams
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John Hammond, enlisted at age 42, 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, Hazel eyes, dark hair, born Owen Co., KY, listed occupation as Engineer. Mustered as a farrier (blacksmith).

John was present with his company on the Feb 64 muster, and as Company I was involved in the skirmish at Big Springs, TN on 19 Jan, this means he was not captured when his camp was overun in the pre-dawn hours. Aproximately 20 were captured - the rest were either on picket duty on the roads between Tazewell, TN and the Clinch River, or on detail.

He participated in the East Tennessee Campaign and The Atlanata Campaign, most likely was in the Battle of Nashville, TN. As a "recruit" - not mustering in with the original Regiment, but joining later - he would have witnessed the combining of the 5th & 6th Indiana Cavalries to form a new 6th Cav from 17 June '65 thru Sep 15 '65. Will undoubtedly uncover more details within the next year. I'm writing a book on the 6th Indiana Cavalry, and as part of that, I'm establishing a data base of all unit members from Regimental and Company records from the national archives. Do you have any biographical data, war stories or a copy of a photo that I could use in my book?
[Hammond file from work.FTW]

Descendants of Ambrose Hammon b. 1793 migrated to Owen Co., KY from Wilkes Co., NC
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1820 Owen Co., Ky census has 2 Hammond families headed by James and Thomas. James was 45 or under and Thomas was younger than 26.
********************************************************************************************

SOURCE:

1860 Census Gill Twp., Merom, Sullivan Co., Indiana
23 July 1860

Hammond, John/36/M/Engineer/500/250/KY
Hammond, Louisa/28
Hammond, Ann/17
Cassius/14
Charles/12
Mary/10
Samantha/7
Silas/4
Samuel/1month

SOURCE:
Newspaper Account -
OLD RESIDENT
Taken Ill Sunday and Dies Very Suddenly Thursday Morning [August 10, 1899]

"Uncle John" Hammond, one of the oldest residents of this city, died this morning very suddenly. He was taken sick last Sunday, but his condition was not considered dangerous at any time during his illness.

He was born in Kentucky, October 16, 1816, being 82 years, 9 months and 24 days of age at the time of his death. At the age of 16 he began work on the Ohio River as a steam boat engineer, and continued in this vocation until the year 1854, when he came to Sullivan. After this time he was employed as an engineer in the old Seth Cushman grist mill at Merom. At the beginning of the Civil War he joined Co. I, 6th Ind .Cavalry, and continued in the service until the close of the war, having held the position of Veterinary Surgeon in his company.

He returned to Sullivan and was employed as an engineer for Hays Bros. & Neal and George Bauer & Son until their mill was burned, about ten years ago. He was married to Nancy Pinkston, of Cincinnati in 1842. To this union was born eight children, four boys and four girls. He was again married to Louisa Jane [Joseph] Kelly, in 1858, there being born to this union six boys and one girl.

He was a member of the M.E. church and was also one of the oldest members of I.O.O.F. in the city. His funeral will be held under auspices of the Order, but as yet, no arrangements have been made.

A wife and eight children survive him.
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4101[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

Robert Hammon m Nancy Morgan-Aug 29,1820-Owen Co.
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Hammond Family
Author: JOE BURDICK Date: 26 Jul 2001 3:39 AM GMT
In Reply to: Hammond Family by: John Adams
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John Hammond, enlisted at age 42, 5' 8" tall, dark complexion, Hazel eyes, dark hair, born Owen Co., KY, listed occupation as Engineer. Mustered as a farrier (blacksmith).

John was present with his company on the Feb 64 muster, and as Company I was involved in the skirmish at Big Springs, TN on 19 Jan, this means he was not captured when his camp was overun in the pre-dawn hours. Aproximately 20 were captured - the rest were either on picket duty on the roads between Tazewell, TN and the Clinch River, or on detail.

He participated in the East Tennessee Campaign and The Atlanata Campaign, most likely was in the Battle of Nashville, TN. As a "recruit" - not mustering in with the original Regiment, but joining later - he would have witnessed the combining of the 5th & 6th Indiana Cavalries to form a new 6th Cav from 17 June '65 thru Sep 15 '65. Will undoubtedly uncover more details within the next year. I'm writing a book on the 6th Indiana Cavalry, and as part of that, I'm establishing a data base of all unit members from Regimental and Company records from the national archives. Do you have any biographical data, war stories or a copy of a photo that I could use in my book?

Individual Notes

Note for:   Louisa Jane Joseph,   22 OCT 1832 - 12 OCT 1923         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   14 OCT 1923
     Place:   Coffman Cem., Sullivan Co., IN

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[John Hammond.ged]

MARRIAGE:
Sullivan Co., IN; Book 1, Page 30

CENSUS:
1850 Turman Twp., Dist 106, Sullivan Co., IN
15 Sept 1850
Page 207

DEATH:
Sullivan Daily Times; 14 Oct 1923

Death Calls Aged Woman:
Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond Dies at Home of Daughter Mrs. John Rodman

Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond, 91 years old, the widow of John Hammond, died at the home of her daug hter Mrs. John Rodman, 910 North State street Friday morning. Death was caused from disease s incident to her advanced age. Mrs. Hammond's last illness having been of five months durati on.

Mrs. Hammond was the daugher of Isaac and Margaret Joseph and was born in Sullivan county Oct ober, 22, 1832. In 1850 she was married to William Kelly and one child was born to this unio n. Mr. Kelly died shortly after the birth of the child and later the child followed its fath er to its heavenly home. About 1858 Mrs. Kelly married John Hammond. To this union seven ch ildren were born, three of whom Elmer, Joseph, and Grant Hammond along with their father Joh n Hammond have answered the death summons. Five children, the offspring of Mr. Hammond's fir st marriage have also been called by death.

Mrs. Hammond was a member of the Methodist church and was a great, great grandmother at her d eath, little Harold Allen Evans of Evansville being the great, great grandchild. Her son Oma r Hammond now residing at Long Beach California visited his mother in Sullivan a year ago.

Surviving the deceased woman are one daughter Mrs. John Rodman with whom she made her home, t hree sons Omar Hammond and John Hammond of Long Beach, California and Sam Hammond of Evansvil le and one step son, Silas Hammond of Sullivan.

Funeral services are to be held at the Rodman residence, 910 North State street, Sunday after noon at two o'clock. Burial will be at the Coffman cemetery.

PICTURE:
Picture of Harriet N. Joseph Scott, Louisa J. Hammond, Barzilla Tague,
James R. Joseph, Sara Joseph Tague, and Eliza L. Joseph Kelly Akers.
Copy in possession of Donald and Joyce Kelley
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4107[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

MARRIAGE:
Sullivan Co., IN; Book 1, Page 30

CENSUS:
1850 Turman Twp., Dist 106, Sullivan Co., IN
15 Sept 1850
Page 207

DEATH:
Sullivan Daily Times; 14 Oct 1923

Death Calls Aged Woman:
Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond Dies at Home of Daughter Mrs. John Rodman

Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond, 91 years old, the widow of John Hammond, died at the home of her daug hter Mrs. John Rodman, 910 North State street Friday morning. Death was caused from disease s incident to her advanced age. Mrs. Hammond's last illness having been of five months durati on.

Mrs. Hammond was the daugher of Isaac and Margaret Joseph and was born in Sullivan county Oct ober, 22, 1832. In 1850 she was married to William Kelly and one child was born to this unio n. Mr. Kelly died shortly after the birth of the child and later the child followed its fath er to its heavenly home. About 1858 Mrs. Kelly married John Hammond. To this union seven ch ildren were born, three of whom Elmer, Joseph, and Grant Hammond along with their father Joh n Hammond have answered the death summons. Five children, the offspring of Mr. Hammond's fir st marriage have also been called by death.

Mrs. Hammond was a member of the Methodist church and was a great, great grandmother at her d eath, little Harold Allen Evans of Evansville being the great, great grandchild. Her son Oma r Hammond now residing at Long Beach California visited his mother in Sullivan a year ago.

Surviving the deceased woman are one daughter Mrs. John Rodman with whom she made her home, t hree sons Omar Hammond and John Hammond of Long Beach, California and Sam Hammond of Evansvil le and one step son, Silas Hammond of Sullivan.

Funeral services are to be held at the Rodman residence, 910 North State street, Sunday after noon at two o'clock. Burial will be at the Coffman cemetery.

PICTURE:
Picture of Harriet N. Joseph Scott, Louisa J. Hammond, Barzilla Tague,
James R. Joseph, Sara Joseph Tague, and Eliza L. Joseph Kelly Akers.
Copy in possession of Donald and Joyce Kelley
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4107[Isaac Adkins Joseph.ged]

MARRIAGE:
Sullivan Co., IN; Book 1, Page 30

CENSUS:
1850 Turman Twp., Dist 106, Sullivan Co., IN
15 Sept 1850
Page 207

DEATH:
Sullivan Daily Times; 14 Oct 1923

Death Calls Aged Woman:
Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond Dies at Home of Daughter Mrs. John Rodman

Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond, 91 years old, the widow of John Hammond, died at the home of her daughter Mrs. John Rodman, 910 North State street Friday morning. Death was caused from diseases incident to her advanced age. Mrs. Hammond's last illness having been of five months duration.

Mrs. Hammond was the daugher of Isaac and Margaret Joseph and was born in Sullivan county Oct ober, 22, 1832. In 1850 she was married to William Kelly and one child was born to this union. Mr. Kelly died shortly after the birth of the child and later the child followed its father to its heavenly home. About 1858 Mrs. Kelly married John Hammond. To this union seven children were born, three of whom Elmer, Joseph, and Grant Hammond along with their father John Hammond have answered the death summons. Five children, the offspring of Mr. Hammond's first marriage have also been called by death.

Mrs. Hammond was a member of the Methodist church and was a great, great grandmother at her death, little Harold Allen Evans of Evansville being the great, great grandchild. Her son Omar Hammond now residing at Long Beach California visited his mother in Sullivan a year ago.

Surviving the deceased woman are one daughter Mrs. John Rodman with whom she made her home, three sons Omar Hammond and John Hammond of Long Beach, California and Sam Hammond of Evansville and one step son, Silas Hammond of Sullivan.

Funeral services are to be held at the Rodman residence, 910 North State street, Sunday after noon at two o'clock. Burial will be at the Coffman cemetery.

PICTURE:
Picture of Harriet N. Joseph Scott, Louisa J. Hammond, Barzilla Tague,
James R. Joseph, Sara Joseph Tague, and Eliza L. Joseph Kelly Akers.
Copy in possession of Donald and Joyce Kelley
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4107[Hammond file from work.FTW]

[John Hammond.ged]

MARRIAGE:
Sullivan Co., IN; Book 1, Page 30

CENSUS:
1850 Turman Twp., Dist 106, Sullivan Co., IN
15 Sept 1850
Page 207

DEATH:
Sullivan Daily Times; 14 Oct 1923

Death Calls Aged Woman:
Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond Dies at Home of Daughter Mrs. John Rodman

Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond, 91 years old, the widow of John Hammond, died at the home of her daug hter Mrs. John Rodman, 910 North State street Friday morning. Death was caused from disease s incident to her advanced age. Mrs. Hammond's last illness having been of five months durati on.

Mrs. Hammond was the daugher of Isaac and Margaret Joseph and was born in Sullivan county Oct ober, 22, 1832. In 1850 she was married to William Kelly and one child was born to this unio n. Mr. Kelly died shortly after the birth of the child and later the child followed its fath er to its heavenly home. About 1858 Mrs. Kelly married John Hammond. To this union seven ch ildren were born, three of whom Elmer, Joseph, and Grant Hammond along with their father Joh n Hammond have answered the death summons. Five children, the offspring of Mr. Hammond's fir st marriage have also been called by death.

Mrs. Hammond was a member of the Methodist church and was a great, great grandmother at her d eath, little Harold Allen Evans of Evansville being the great, great grandchild. Her son Oma r Hammond now residing at Long Beach California visited his mother in Sullivan a year ago.

Surviving the deceased woman are one daughter Mrs. John Rodman with whom she made her home, t hree sons Omar Hammond and John Hammond of Long Beach, California and Sam Hammond of Evansvil le and one step son, Silas Hammond of Sullivan.

Funeral services are to be held at the Rodman residence, 910 North State street, Sunday after noon at two o'clock. Burial will be at the Coffman cemetery.

PICTURE:
Picture of Harriet N. Joseph Scott, Louisa J. Hammond, Barzilla Tague,
James R. Joseph, Sara Joseph Tague, and Eliza L. Joseph Kelly Akers.
Copy in possession of Donald and Joyce Kelley
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4107[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

MARRIAGE:
Sullivan Co., IN; Book 1, Page 30

CENSUS:
1850 Turman Twp., Dist 106, Sullivan Co., IN
15 Sept 1850
Page 207

DEATH:
Sullivan Daily Times; 14 Oct 1923

Death Calls Aged Woman:
Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond Dies at Home of Daughter Mrs. John Rodman

Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond, 91 years old, the widow of John Hammond, died at the home of her daug hter Mrs. John Rodman, 910 North State street Friday morning. Death was caused from disease s incident to her advanced age. Mrs. Hammond's last illness having been of five months durati on.

Mrs. Hammond was the daugher of Isaac and Margaret Joseph and was born in Sullivan county Oct ober, 22, 1832. In 1850 she was married to William Kelly and one child was born to this unio n. Mr. Kelly died shortly after the birth of the child and later the child followed its fath er to its heavenly home. About 1858 Mrs. Kelly married John Hammond. To this union seven ch ildren were born, three of whom Elmer, Joseph, and Grant Hammond along with their father Joh n Hammond have answered the death summons. Five children, the offspring of Mr. Hammond's fir st marriage have also been called by death.

Mrs. Hammond was a member of the Methodist church and was a great, great grandmother at her d eath, little Harold Allen Evans of Evansville being the great, great grandchild. Her son Oma r Hammond now residing at Long Beach California visited his mother in Sullivan a year ago.

Surviving the deceased woman are one daughter Mrs. John Rodman with whom she made her home, t hree sons Omar Hammond and John Hammond of Long Beach, California and Sam Hammond of Evansvil le and one step son, Silas Hammond of Sullivan.

Funeral services are to be held at the Rodman residence, 910 North State street, Sunday after noon at two o'clock. Burial will be at the Coffman cemetery.

PICTURE:
Picture of Harriet N. Joseph Scott, Louisa J. Hammond, Barzilla Tague,
James R. Joseph, Sara Joseph Tague, and Eliza L. Joseph Kelly Akers.
Copy in possession of Donald and Joyce Kelley
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4107[Isaac Adkins Joseph.ged]

MARRIAGE:
Sullivan Co., IN; Book 1, Page 30

CENSUS:
1850 Turman Twp., Dist 106, Sullivan Co., IN
15 Sept 1850
Page 207

DEATH:
Sullivan Daily Times; 14 Oct 1923

Death Calls Aged Woman:
Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond Dies at Home of Daughter Mrs. John Rodman

Mrs. Louisa J. Hammond, 91 years old, the widow of John Hammond, died at the home of her daughter Mrs. John Rodman, 910 North State street Friday morning. Death was caused from diseases incident to her advanced age. Mrs. Hammond's last illness having been of five months duration.

Mrs. Hammond was the daugher of Isaac and Margaret Joseph and was born in Sullivan county Oct ober, 22, 1832. In 1850 she was married to William Kelly and one child was born to this union. Mr. Kelly died shortly after the birth of the child and later the child followed its father to its heavenly home. About 1858 Mrs. Kelly married John Hammond. To this union seven children were born, three of whom Elmer, Joseph, and Grant Hammond along with their father John Hammond have answered the death summons. Five children, the offspring of Mr. Hammond's first marriage have also been called by death.

Mrs. Hammond was a member of the Methodist church and was a great, great grandmother at her death, little Harold Allen Evans of Evansville being the great, great grandchild. Her son Omar Hammond now residing at Long Beach California visited his mother in Sullivan a year ago.

Surviving the deceased woman are one daughter Mrs. John Rodman with whom she made her home, three sons Omar Hammond and John Hammond of Long Beach, California and Sam Hammond of Evansville and one step son, Silas Hammond of Sullivan.

Funeral services are to be held at the Rodman residence, 910 North State street, Sunday after noon at two o'clock. Burial will be at the Coffman cemetery.

PICTURE:
Picture of Harriet N. Joseph Scott, Louisa J. Hammond, Barzilla Tague,
James R. Joseph, Sara Joseph Tague, and Eliza L. Joseph Kelly Akers.
Copy in possession of Donald and Joyce Kelley
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4107

Individual Notes

Note for:   James H. Hammond,   JAN 1888 -          Index

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4085[Hammond file from work.FTW]

[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4085

Individual Notes

Note for:   John W. Hammond,   1884 - 25 OCT 1885         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   OCT 1885

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4086[Hammond file from work.FTW]

[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4086

Individual Notes

Note for:   Essie M. Hammond,   JAN 1882 - 14 JUN 1925         Index

Alias:   Bessie /Mae/

Residence:   
     Date:   1910
     Place:   Lived with Mother and Father in 1910 census

Burial:   
     Place:   Oak Hill Cemetery, Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4087[Hammond file from work.FTW]

[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4087

Individual Notes

Note for:   Nancy Ellen Bell,   JUL 1862 -          Index

Alias:   /Ella/

Individual Note:
     [hammond.ftw]

[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4088[Hammond file from work.FTW]

[Samuel Reed Hammond.ged]

This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/djkelley/1/data/4088