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HAMBURG BAPTIST CEMETERY HEADSTONES, SUSSEX CO., NJ
HAMMOND
Noah Hammond Jr born Nov 7, 1773 died May 18, 1830
Catharine relict of Noah Hammond died May 12,1863 AE 81y 4m 13d

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Subject: re: noah and anna breese hammond

Hi Kari: I just came across your rootsweb site while looking up Moses Strait and Anna Hammond.
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I am a descendent of Noah and Anna Breese Hammond. They had eleven children that I am aware of and lived in Hardiston, Sussex co., NJ. It is not known where Noah Hammond was born. Some are trying to make the claim that he is the son of Rev. Noah Hammond in Coram, Long Island, NY. Since there is another Noah Hammond in New York State that claims Rev. Noah Hammond as parent, I find this claim unlikely. Others claim he was born near Anna Breese, again, I have found no proof of this. A biography of Noah Hammond's grandson in Port Jervis, Orange, NY; claims Noah was born was England. So guess away... ;-)
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> I have many of Noah's children and their progeny to present day (at least to mid 20th century) If you are interested in any of this information. I got the impression you were more interested in the Breese family, so I can give you the children of Noah and Anna Hammond if that is helpful. I have tried to find source data to substantiate each claim.
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You are correct regarding Noah Hammond , Jr.(Born 07 November 1773 -18 May 1830) He is a son of Noah and Anna Hammond. His wife's name is Catherine Rorick (born 01 February 1779- 12 May 1863) Both are burried in the Hamburg Baptist Cemetery in Sussex Co., NJ. Catherine is the daughter of Michael and Lucretia Hardin Rorick. Noah and Catherine had one daughter, Lucy Hammond born 20 March 1799- died 30 December 1884. She married Stephen Ford Margarum. Both are buried in Fairview Cemetery in Sussux Co., NJ.
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> Let me know if you want /desire any more information.
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> Fred L Hammond

Descendants of Noah Hammond

Generation No. 1

1. NOAH1 HAMMOND was born Bet. 1744 - 1750, and died Bef. 02 December 1812 in Sussex, NJ. He married ANNA BREESE, daughter of JOHN BREESE and DOROTHY RIGGS. She was born Abt. 1750 in Basking Ridge, Somerset County, NJ, and died Aft. June 1819.

Notes for NOAH HAMMOND:
The family folklore passed down to this family line is that Noah Hammond is the son of three minister brothers who came over from England. Another family branch speculates that Noah Hammond's father is the Rev. Noah Hammond of Coram, Long Island but this has not been proven with documentation. A posting on Familysearch.org states, again without documented proof, that Noah Hammond is from the Basking Ridge Somerset, NJ region where his wife Anna Breese was born. One other source, the Orange County Portrait and Biographical Record lists William Hammond's great grandfather Noah Hammond as "supposed to have been born in England. " But 'supposed' is not the same as 'was.' The origins of Noah Hammond may never be verified. Rev. Noah Hammond of Coram Long Island remains the most likely candidate as he did have a son Noah born in 1743. This evangelical preacher did extend his ministry into Sussex County, NJ. More research is needed.

hildren of NOAH HAMMOND and ANNA BREESE are:
2. i. ELISHA2 HAMMOND, b. 06 February 1769; d. 28 July 1834, Hardyston, Sussex Co. NJ.
3. ii. SARAH HAMMOND, b. 22 June 1771; d. 20 December 1848, Amity, NY.
4. iii. NOAH HAMMOND, b. 07 November 1773; d. 18 May 1830.
5. iv. JOSHUA HAMMOND, b. 28 January 1776, Sussex Co., New Jersey; d. 22 March 1867, Alexandria, Ohio.
v. ESTHER HAMMOND, m. PETER JAY.
6. vi. ANNE HAMMOND, b. 30 May 1778; d. 11 December 1865, Breesport, Chemung, NY.
7. vii. EZRA HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1785; d. Bef. 1850.
viii. ELIZABETH HAMMOND, b. 1786; m. JOHN VAN HOUTEN, 14 October 1804, Sussex Co., NJ.

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH HAMMOND and JOHN VAN HOUTEN:
In NJ Marriages 1684-1850 @ ancestry.com name is listed as Betsy Hammond

8. ix. JOHN HAMMOND, b. 14 June 1792, NJ; d. 30 January 1867.
x. STEPHEN HAMMOND, b. 1800; m. ABADINA FARBER, 02 June 1821, Sussex Co., NJ.
xi. HANNAH HAMMOND, m. JAMES SCOTT.


Generation No. 2

2. ELISHA2 HAMMOND (NOAH1) was born 06 February 1769, and died 28 July 1834 in Hardyston, Sussex Co. NJ. He married PHEBE WALLING, daughter of INMAN WALLING and ANNA SMITH. She was born 01 May 1775, and died 15 September 1843 in Oakland Co., MI.

More About ELISHA HAMMOND:
Burial: Anabaptist Cemetery, Franklin, NJ
Military service: 1812, private in War of 1812

Children of ELISHA HAMMOND and PHEBE WALLING are:
i. JOHN BEARDSLEY3 HAMMOND, b. 27 June 1792, Sussex Co., New Jersey; d. 23 October 1870, Oakland Co., Michigan; m. MARY SHIRTS, 04 March 1820, Sussex Co. New Jersey.

More About JOHN BEARDSLEY HAMMOND:
Census: 1870, Oxford, Oakland, MI p 399
Comment 1: 1870, Listed as J.E. Hammond
Comment 2: 1870, Age 78 (1792) b NJ

ii. SARAH HAMMOND, b. 07 March 1794, Sussex Co, New Jersey; d. 1878, Michigan; m. STEPHEN SCOTT, 04 February 1815, Sussex Co., NJ; b. 12 March 1790, Franklin Furnace, Sussex, NJ; d. 02 April 1876, Franklin Furnace, Sussex, NJ.

More About SARAH HAMMOND:
Census: 1850, Hardiston, Sussex, NJ 146A
Comment 1: 1850, Lists age as 36 in error

More About STEPHEN SCOTT:
Census: 1850, Hardiston, Sussex, NJ 146A
Occupation: Farmer

iii. NOAH HAMMOND, b. 27 April 1796, Sussex Co, New Jersey; d. 18 May 1830; m. MARGARET ROSE, 07 August 1824, Sussex Co., NJ; b. Abt. 1806.
iv. HOSEA HAMMOND, b. 07 January 1798, Hardyston Twp. Sussex co. New Jersey; d. 29 January 1875, Port Jervis, Orange Co. New York; m. HULDAH TRUEX, 19 December 1818; b. 12 February 1798, Salisbury Mill New Jersey; d. 25 September 1881, Port Jervis, Orange Co. New York.

More About HOSEA HAMMOND:
Occupation: 1860, Carpenter

More About HULDAH TRUEX:
Census: 1880, Port Jervis, Orange, NY p 174B
Comment 1: 1880, Listed as Hildah

v. MARY ANN HAMMOND, b. 05 November 1799, Sussex Co, New Jersey; m. PETER VAN HORN, 12 February 1842, Sussex Co., NJ (Source: Jim & Judy Hammond Diuguid Family Charts.); b. Abt. 1785.

Notes for PETER VAN HORN:
The following is from familysearch.org, dates are all off but the names fit:

# D: I120471
# Name: Peter Van Horn
# Sex: M
# Birth: 18 JAN 1817
# Death: 17 SEP 1890

Father: William Van Horn , Sr. b: ABT 1788
Mother: Rhoda Bell b: 18 AUG 1792

Marriage 1 Mary Ann Hammond b: ABT 1822

Children

1. Andrew G. Van Horn b: ABT 1846
2. Jacob L. Van Horn b: 14 AUG 1848
3. Sarah Ella Van Horn b: 2 AUG 1850
4. Isaac H. Van Horn b: 21 MAR 1852
5. Almira Van Horn b: 29 APR 1855
6. Leonard B. Van Horn b: 15 MAR 1857
7. Amos Van Horn b: 15 MAY 1862

vi. PETER HAMMOND, b. 16 December 1801, Sussex Co, New Jersey.

Notes for PETER HAMMOND:
In the 1870 census index, there is also an Andrew Hammond and Isaac Hammond living in Stillwater: sons??

More About PETER HAMMOND:
Census: 1830, Hardiston, New Jersey

vii. HANNAH HAMMOND, b. 1803, Sussex Co, New Jersey; d. 02 April 1888, Sussex Co, New Jersey; m. JOHN BEARDSLEY CARY, 27 March 1829, Sussex Co., NJ; b. 01 January 1799; d. 15 January 1877, W. Mountain, Sparta NewJersey.

Notes for JOHN BEARDSLEY CARY:
John was captain in the Second Sussex militia that went to Sandy Hook in 1812. After the war for a time he was Captain of the Hamburg Calvary Company. However this seems unlikely as this would make his age 13 years old at the time the War of 1812.

More About JOHN BEARDSLEY CARY:
Burial: Sparta church yard
Occupation: Laborer

Marriage Notes for HANNAH HAMMOND and JOHN CARY:
Database found on Ancestry.Com NJ Marriages 1684-1850 lists marriage date as 7 April 1824 in Sussex county, NJ

viii. ELIZABETH M. HAMMOND, b. 22 September 1806, Sussex Co, New Jersey; m. JOSHUA D. AUSTIN BEARDSLEE, Aft. 1836, Hardyston, Sussex Co. NewJersey; b. Abt. 1809, NJ.

More About ELIZABETH M. HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Prophetstown, Whiteside, IL p 228D

Notes for JOSHUA D. AUSTIN BEARDSLEE:
Proceedings of the Centennial Anniversary of the Presbyterian Church at Sparta, N.J., November 23, 1886, Together with a History of the Village

Joseph Pierson bought the farm, which Noah Crane once owned, of Richard Slaght in 1801. Ezekiel Pierson, his brother, already lived on the turnpike. They are the progenitors of the Piersons who still live in the vicinity. Henry Osborne lived, as early as 1800, if not before, where Isaac, his son, now lives. The Rikers were among the earliest settlers here. The Hills and McDavitts came to this country together, and settled in the Pullis neighborhood as early as 1770. The Bonkers were living here eighty or a hundred years ago. The Beardslees were early settlers in North Hardyston. Samuel, John and Morrison Beardslee are among the first names that occur in the township records.


Proceedings of the Centennial Anniversary of the Presbyterian Church at Sparta, N.J., November 23, 1886, Together with a History of the Village

To get at the names of the early settlers we have carefully examined the first town-committee book of the township of Hardyston, now in the possession of Senator Lawrence. These records go back to 1790, but only come down to 1819. Vernon was set off from Hardyston in 1792, and township matters were in the charge of the freeholders until 1798, when the first town committee was formed. The collectors for these thirty years (1790-1819) were Thos. Van Kirk, Jos. Perry, Simon Wade, William Braisted, David Fford, John Beardslee, Job Cory and Sam. Beardslee. The assessors were Andrew Linn, Jos. Sharp, Elias Ogden and Thomas Lennington. The town clerks were Elias Ogden, Zebulon Sutton and John Lanterman.


More About JOSHUA D. AUSTIN BEARDSLEE:
Census: 1880, Prophetstown, Whiteside, IL p 228D
Comment 1: 1880, Name spelled Beardslie

ix. JOEL HAMMOND, b. 26 August 1808; d. 20 March 1882, Clarkson, Oakland, Michigan; m. ELIZA MCCANN; b. 1814, New Jersey.

Notes for JOEL HAMMOND:
Date of death: 20-Mar-1882
Ledger Page: 335
Record Number: 300
Place of death: Independence, Mich
County of Death: Oakland
Sex: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Age: 73 years 5 months
Cause of Death: consumption
Birthplace: New Jersey
Occupation: farmer
Father's Name: Hammond, Elisha
Father's Residence: Michigan
Mother's Name: Hammond, Phoebe
Mother's Residence: Michigan
Date of record: 17-Aug-1883

More About JOEL HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Independence, Oakland, MI p 174C

More About ELIZA MCCANN:
Census: 1880, Independence, Oakland, MI p 174C

x. PHEBE HAMMOND, b. 16 March 1811, Sussex Co, New Jersey; d. 06 April 1863, Greenville, Montcalm Co.,MI; m. ELIAS SMALL, New York; b. Abt. 1810, NY; d. 02 September 1856, Greenville, Montcalm Co.,MI.
xi. STEPHEN HAMMOND, b. 19 December 1812; d. 19 November 1897, Six Lakes, Montcalm MI; m. ALMEDA MCCANN, 08 September 1838, Sussex Co. New Jersey; b. 1815; d. Bef. 1870, Michigan.

More About STEPHEN HAMMOND:
Census: 1850, Hardiston, Sussex, NJ 157B
Residence: 1839, Independence Twp. Oakland Co, MI

More About ALMEDA MCCANN:
Census: 1850, Hardiston, Sussex, NJ 157B
Comment 1: 1870, Not found in 1870 census with husband
Residence: 1839, Independence Twp. Oakland Co, MI

xii. NATHAN HAMMOND, b. 26 February 1816, New Jersey; d. 01 May 1891, Independence, Oakland, MI; m. SALLY ANN BALDWIN, 15 December 1842, Independence, Oakland, MI; b. 06 December 1819, NY; d. 12 January 1898, Lakeview, Oakland Co. Michigan.

Notes for NATHAN HAMMOND:
In 1839 Nathan Hammond was living in Independence Township., Oakland Co., Michigan.

More About NATHAN HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Independence, Oakland, MI P180D
Comment 1: 1880, Listed as K.

More About SALLY ANN BALDWIN:
Census: 1880, Independence, Oakland, MI P180D

xiii. WILLIAM S. HAMMOND, b. 23 September 1820, Sussex Co, New Jersey; d. 1899, Clarkson, MI; m. AMANDA BURGESS, 30 June 1844, Independence, Oakland, MI; b. Abt. 1826, NY; d. 1903, Clarkson , Michigan.

More About WILLIAM S. HAMMOND:
Census: 1870, Independence, Oakland, MI p 302

More About AMANDA BURGESS:
Census: 1870, Independence, Oakland, MI p 302

3. SARAH2 HAMMOND (NOAH1) was born 22 June 1771, and died 20 December 1848 in Amity, NY. She married NATHAN GOBLE,JR. He was born 01 November 1768 in Morristown, NJ, and died 07 January 1841 in Amity, NY.

More About SARAH HAMMOND:
Burial: 1848, Amity Presbyterian Church Cemetery

Children of SARAH HAMMOND and NATHAN GOBLE are:
i. NOAH3 GOBLE, b. 08 August 1795; m. (1) SUSAN LANTERMAN, 22 March 1817; b. 07 July 1798; m. (2) JULIA NORRIS, 25 March 1823; b. 25 April 1799.
ii. WILLIAM GOBLE, b. 08 October 1797; d. 28 April 1883, Amity, NY; m. (1) MARTHA MARIA PRICE, 08 May 1817, Possibly Hardyston, NJ; m. (2) SARAH A. CLARK; b. 1820; d. 1899, age 79 years-3 months- 26 days.

More About WILLIAM GOBLE:
Census: 1880, Caroline, Tompkins, NY P2D

More About SARAH A. CLARK:
Census: 1880, Caroline, Tompkins, NY P2D

iii. ELIAS OGDEN GOBLE, b. 1799, NJ; m. ELIZABETH ANN ROWLEY, 31 January 1829; b. 1802, NY.

More About ELIAS OGDEN GOBLE:
Census: 1880, Florida, Orange, NY p351A

More About ELIZABETH ANN ROWLEY:
Census: 1880, Florida, Orange, NY p351A
Christening: 1880, Listed at age 70 (1810)

iv. ANNA GOBLE, b. 1802; m. PETER CLOWS JESSUP, 20 December 1821; b. 1806.
v. SAMUEL GOBLE, b. 1802; m. ELETTA DUSENBERRY, 27 December 1838, Amity, Orange, New York (Source: Familysearch.org.); b. 23 December 1807.
vi. JOHN GOBLE, m. PRISCILLA VIBBERT, 20 November 1845.
vii. STEPHEN GOBLE, m. RUTH.

4. NOAH2 HAMMOND (NOAH1) was born 07 November 1773, and died 18 May 1830. He married CATHERINE RORICK, daughter of MICHAEL RORICK and LUCRETIA HARDIN. She was born 01 February 1779 in NJ, and died 12 May 1863.

Notes for NOAH HAMMOND:
" A society under the auspices of the Baptist denomination was organized in1823, under the following covenant:

'We whose names are here recorded were constituted into a gospel church on the11th day of December, 1823, by Elder Trott, Grenell, and Gilbert, Brethren Doland, Betts, Sayre, and Rorick. Elder Scott preached the sermon from Samuel, 22nd chapter, 1st and 2d verses. Elder Gillett gave the right hand of fellowship, and Elder Grenell gave the charge. Zelotes Grenell moderator, and P D Gillett clerk. The names of members are Lucy Rorick, Michael Rorick, Noah Hammond, Catherine Hammond, Catherine Clay, Clarissa Sharp, Hannah Van Wart, Mary Hammond, Spencer Scott, Fanny Rull. '

Those names above assume the title of ' The First Particular Baptist church of Hardyston.'

The church building was erected in 1832, much interest having been felt, which caused the congregation to subscribe liberally towards the enterprise. Baptist services were maintained until 1853 with a greater degree of regularity, when they were suddenly abandoned, and for several years the church remained closed. " History of Sussex and Wantage Counties, page 341.

Proceedings of the Centennial Anniversary of the Presbyterian Church at Sparta, N.J., November 23, 1886, Together with a History of the Village

Land had been given at the Head of the Wallkill near the present village of Sparta, for church purposes, but the people of North Hardyston objected to going so far to meeting, and petitioned for land to be given them within a reasonable distance. The petition was favorably considered, and a new parsonage lot of fifty-four acres was set off to the people of North Hardyston. This land is situated over two miles from the North Church, and constitutes a part of the land of Asa Munson, and is called "parsonage lot" in his father's deeds. This donation fixed the name of the new church, our corporate name being still the Presbyterian Church of North Hardyston. This grant was made about 1774 [1787], and was no doubt very influential in the founding of the society. The house of worship was not erected on the lands donated. Col. Isaac Cary, who lived here, and who had much influence, insisted that it should be built on a hill near his house that had been used as a burying ground. He carried his point, and the "Cary Meeting House" was built on the hill above the site of the present church. The North Church of Hardyston, so called to distinguish it from the Hardyston at Sparta, was rebuilt in 1815 on its present site. This latter building was burned down in 1830 by a negro incendiary, instigated by a man imprisoned for debt in Newton jail. A subscription list dated June 19, 1813, read: "We, the subscribers, being sensible of the decayed situation of the old meeting-house near the Widow Beardslee, and of the necessity and great utility of having a decent and comfortable house erected at or near the place where the old one stands for public worship, do engage to pay the several sums annexed to our respective names in to the trustees of the First Presbyterian Church, of Hardyston, or to their order, one-fourth part on demand, one-fourth part in six months after the said building is commenced, and the residue in six months after the second payment becomes due. When a sufficient sum is subscribed, managers shall be chosen to contract and superintend the work, and that Martin Ryerson, Israel Munson, George Buckley, Noah Hammond, Peter Whitaker and J. Sutton, be a committee to circulate subscriptions to raise funds for the purpose aforesaid." John Linn subscribed $150; Samuel Fowler, $150; George Beardslee, $150; James Scott, $100; Chas. Beardsley, $100, and others very liberal sums amounting to $1133.

More About NOAH HAMMOND:
Burial: Hamburg Baptist Cem, Sussex, NJ

Notes for CATHERINE RORICK:
In 1850 Catherine is listed as a farmer with Mitchell FOuntain age 48 and Catharine Doland age 20 helping her.

More About CATHERINE RORICK:
Burial: Hamburg Baptist Cem, Sussex, NJ
Census: 1850, Hardiston, Sussex, NJ p 147A

Child of NOAH HAMMOND and CATHERINE RORICK is:
i. LUCY3 HAMMOND, b. 20 March 1799; d. 30 December 1884, Sussex Co, New Jersey; m. STEPHEN FORD MARGARUM, 14 March 1821, Sussex Co., NJ; b. 03 June 1793; d. 01 January 1852, Sussex Co, New Jersey.

More About LUCY HAMMOND:
Burial: Fairview Cemetery, Sussex, NJ
Census: 1880, Hardyston, Sussex, NJ P 56D

Notes for STEPHEN FORD MARGARUM:
One of her sons, Stephen Ford Margerum, born in 1793, was enterprising and soon formed extensive business connections. In 1827, he bought 1,085.65 acres of the Colonel Seward tract in Snufftown, which was sold at commissioners sale in New York City. He then moved into the Seward Mansion, and his mother Mrs. Mary F Margerum, lived with him until her death. His son Noah H., Now owns the homestead. Another son Theodore F is a cashier of the Farmers National Bank, of Deckertown, NJ.


Stephen F Margarum died Jan 2, 1852 AE 58y 7m
Lucy wife of Stephen Margarum died Dec 30, 1884 AE 85y 9m 10d

More About STEPHEN FORD MARGARUM:
Burial: Fairview Cemetery, Sussex, NJ
Census: 1850, Vernon, Susssex, NJ P66A

Marriage Notes for LUCY HAMMOND and STEPHEN MARGARUM:
NJ Marriages 1684-1850 @ ancestry.com lists date as 13 March 1821 in Sussex County, NJ


5. JOSHUA2 HAMMOND (NOAH1) was born 28 January 1776 in Sussex Co., New Jersey, and died 22 March 1867 in Alexandria, Ohio. He married DOROTHEA HEADLEY. She was born 19 June 1783, and died 08 July 1865 in Alexandria, Ohio.

Notes for JOSHUA HAMMOND:
Joshua and Dorothea Headley Hammond married in New Jersey. Immigrated to Ohio between 1837 and 1840 as they are in the 1840 census with 6 children and 2 other men settled in St. Alban Township., Licking County; near but north east of Alexandria, Ohio. This farm was in a community called Hardscrable. The last parcel of this 300 acre tract passed from the Hammond name in 1937, an ownership period of 95 years. 11 children all born in New Jersey. Joshua and Dorothea died on this farm and were buried in Alexandria, Ohio. Source: Jim and Judy Hammond Diuguid Family Chart.

More About JOSHUA HAMMOND:
Census: 1860, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio

More About DOROTHEA HEADLEY:
Census: 1860, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio

Children of JOSHUA HAMMOND and DOROTHEA HEADLEY are:
i. DANIEL3 HAMMOND, b. 03 April 1803; d. 09 April 1876, Clarence, IA; m. ELIZA CARLOCK, 01 March 1828, Sussex Co., NJ; b. 18 December 1802; d. 01 January 1871, Clarence, IA.

Notes for DANIEL HAMMOND:
Source: Jim & Judy Hammond Diuguid family charts state this:
"We know that Daniel and Eliza left New Jersey with their Family after 1840: Maybe as late as 1848. Moved to Delaware Co. Ohio, February 1850 where he bought land in Jefferson Township.; Franklin Co. Ohio. Close to William Headley (Dorothea Headley Hammond's Brother) and Ichobod and Elizabeth Dean (Daniel's sister). In the same community were the Rorick and the Kimbels Families with whom the Daniel Hammond children would marry.
Daniel's daughter Sarah married Henry Strait who also had a farm in Jefferson Township. but his other daughter Elizabeth married Robert Mahaffey and they lived just north of Westerville in Genoa Township. Delaware, Co. Shadrach married Emeline Kimbel, while in Franklin Co. Ohio, but they moved west when Daniel did.
It's amazing to note that within a circle of 30 miles lived all of these families. John Hammond in Delaware, Joshua, Noah & Elisha Hammond in St Albans Township.; Licking County, Peter Headley in Town of Jersey, Licking Co., Daniel Hammond, William Headley, Ichobod Dean in Jefferson Township., Franklin Co. By 1860 most of the families in Franklin County had sold and moved, Daniel Hammond, Rorick's & Kimbel's went to Cedar & Jones Cos. Iowa.

Marriage Notes for DANIEL HAMMOND and ELIZA CARLOCK:
Database found at ancestry.com on NJ Marriages 1684-1850 lists marriage as being to an Elza Ann Griffin on 1 March 1828.

ii. ELIZABETH HAMMOND, b. 07 May 1804; d. 27 September 1866, Annawan, IL; m. ICHABOD DEAN, Abt. 1840, Morris Co., NJ; b. 19 September 1799, Morris Co., NJ; d. 01 November 1872, IL.

More About ICHABOD DEAN:
Comment 1: Another source lists Byram, Sussex, NJ as birth

iii. WILLIAM HAMMOND, b. 11 December 1806; d. Sparta, Sussex, NJ.
iv. NOAH HAMMOND, b. 09 January 1809; d. 12 May 1890, Clarence, IA; m. JANE L. BROOKS; b. 25 September 1815; d. 20 January 1886, Clarence, Iowa.

More About NOAH HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Oxford Twp, Jones Co., Iowa P 510B

More About JANE L. BROOKS:
Census: 1880, Oxford Twp, Jones Co., Iowa P 510B

v. JOHN JAY HAMMOND, b. 22 April 1811, New Jersey; d. 08 October 1873, Tullahoma, Tenn; m. ABIGAIL DENNISON POTTER, 02 August 1851; b. 21 January 1831, Delaware, Ohio; d. 06 January 1899, Woods Cross, Utah.

More About JOHN JAY HAMMOND:
Census: 1850, St. Albans, Licking, OH p 174b

More About ABIGAIL DENNISON POTTER:
Census: 1880, Franklin, Tennessee p 99D

vi. STEPHEN HAMMOND, b. 11 August 1813; d. Infant.
vii. SARAH HAMMOND, b. 24 July 1816; d. Alexandria, Ohio; m. (1) SHEDRICK CARLOCK; b. Abt. 1812, Alexandria, Licking, Ohio; d. Abt. 1848; m. (2) RICHARD OLDHAM.

More About SARAH HAMMOND:
Census: 1860, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio

More About SHEDRICK CARLOCK:
Christening: 1860, Not found in census with wife. dead?

viii. ELISHA HAMMOND, b. 16 December 1818, Morristown, New Jersey; d. 14 July 1890, Alexandria, Ohio; m. SUSAN HARIGAL, 22 October 1846; b. 16 September 1827, Zanesville, Ohio; d. 27 March 1901, Alexandria, Ohio.

Notes for ELISHA HAMMOND:
I came across the following family in the 1880 census:

Albert HAMMOND Self M Male W 52 (1828) NJ Farmer NJ NJ
Catharine HAMMOND Wife M Female W 45 NJ Keeping House NJ NJ
Asa HAMMOND Son Male W 19 OH Laborer NJ NJ
Henry HAMMOND Son Male W 17 OH Laborer NJ NJ

Source Information:
Census Place St. Albans, Licking, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1255040
NA Film Number T9-1040
Page Number 102C

Is he a brother? is there a connection?

More About ELISHA HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 99A

More About SUSAN HARIGAL:
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 99A
Comment 1: 1880, States parents birth as Germany

ix. JOSHUA HAMMOND (Source: Jim & Judy Hammond Diuguid Family Charts.), b. 15 May 1820, NJ; d. 11 June 1896, Alexandria, Licking, OH; m. (1) ELGARVIA HARIGAL (Source: Jim & Judy Hammond Diuguid Family Charts.); b. 26 August 1832, OH; d. 13 June 1926, Licking Co., OH.

More About JOSHUA HAMMOND:
Burial: Maple Grove Cemetery, Alexandria, Licking, OH
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 100C

More About ELGARVIA HARIGAL:
Burial: Maple Grove Cemetery, Alexandria, Licking, OH
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 100C

x. HIRAM HAMMOND, b. 16 December 1824; d. 27 September 1902; m. HARRIET HAMMOND; b. Abt. 1826; d. 1903.

More About HIRAM HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 99B

More About HARRIET HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 99B

xi. HARRIET HAMMOND, b. 19 February 1826, Newark, NJ; d. 12 August 1908, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio; m. NOAH HAMMOND; b. Abt. 1824; d. Bef. March 1872.

More About HARRIET HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio p324B

6. ANNE2 HAMMOND (NOAH1) was born 30 May 1778, and died 11 December 1865 in Breesport, Chemung, NY. She married MOSES DOW STRAIT, son of JACOB STRAIT and ABIGAIL GOULD. He was born 12 November 1786 in Milton, Morris, NJ (Source: JEANNE C. DOUGHTY IGI @ familysearch.org.), and died 27 December 1843 in Breeseport, Chemung, NY.

More About ANNE HAMMOND:
Burial: Old Baptist Cemetery, Breesport, Chemung Co., NY

More About MOSES DOW STRAIT:
Burial: Old Baptist Cemetery, Breesport, Chemung Co., NY

Child of ANNE HAMMOND and MOSES STRAIT is:
i. BETSY A.3 STRAIT, b. Abt. 1810, NJ; m. CRANDELL.

More About BETSY A. STRAIT:
Census: 1880, Breesport, Chemung, NY p493B

7. EZRA2 HAMMOND (NOAH1) was born Abt. 1785, and died Bef. 1850. He married REBECCA JAY 11 November 1809 in Sussex Co., NJ (Source: New Jersey Marriages 1684-1850, Ancestry.com.). She was born Abt. 1790, and died Aft. 1850.

Child of EZRA HAMMOND and REBECCA JAY is:
i. WILLIAM3 HAMMOND (Source: Faye Brown Charts @ Rootsweb.com.), b. Abt. 1811, New Jersey; m. SARAH (Source: Faye Brown Charts @ Rootsweb.com.); b. PA.

Notes for WILLIAM HAMMOND:
1850 Census
Wm. 39 yrs old born in NJ
Sarah 28 " " Pa
Ezra 19 " " NY
Uriah 16 " " "
Adaline 10 " " "
Edward 8 " " "
Wm. Jr. 3 " " "
Eliza 2 " " "
Rebecca 60 " " NJ


In 1880 Census

William HAMMOND Self M Male W 69 NJ Farmer NY NY
Sarah HAMMOND Wife M Female W 57 PA Keeping House NJ NJ
Philander W. HAMMOND Son S Male W 33 NY Laborer NY PA
Ida HAMMOND GDau S Female W 15 NY At Home NY NY
Charles CAMPBELL Other S Male W 16 NY Laborer NY NY

Source Information:
Census Place Veteran, Chemung, New York
Family History Library Film 1254817
NA Film Number T9-0817
Page Number 582B

More About WILLIAM HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Veteran, Chemung, NY 582B

More About SARAH:
Census: 1880, Veteran, Chemung, NY 582B

8. JOHN2 HAMMOND (NOAH1) was born 14 June 1792 in NJ, and died 30 January 1867. He married MARY KETCHAM 13 November 1813 in Sussex Co., NJ (Source: New Jersey Marriages 1684-1850, Ancestry.com.). She was born 1792 in NJ, and died 25 January 1877.

Children of JOHN HAMMOND and MARY KETCHAM are:
i. SARAH J.3 HAMMOND, b. 26 January 1813; d. 20 August 1882, Probably in Licking CO., OH; m. (1) MOSES NORTHRUP, 27 September 1840, Sussex Co., NJ; m. (2) WILLIAM B. STODDARD, 22 February 1848; m. (3) JOHN ECKLEBERRY; b. 13 June 1818; d. 16 February 1877.

Notes for SARAH J. HAMMOND:
Abstracts from Delaware Gazette 1875-1884: Mrs. Sarah J., widow of late John Eckelberry of this city died near ALexandria, Licking, OH on last sunday in her 69th year. Her sister was Mrs. C.D. Potter and Z.P. Hammond of this city. Her remains were placed in the vault at Oak Grove Cemetery.

More About SARAH J. HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 99B
Residence: 1880, Living with sister Harriet Hammond

ii. NOAH HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1824; d. Bef. March 1872; m. HARRIET HAMMOND; b. 19 February 1826, Newark, NJ; d. 12 August 1908, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio.

More About HARRIET HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio p324B

iii. HARRIET HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1826; d. 1903; m. HIRAM HAMMOND; b. 16 December 1824; d. 27 September 1902.

More About HARRIET HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 99B

More About HIRAM HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, St. Albans, Licking, Ohio p 99B

iv. ASA M. HAMMOND, b. December 1829; d. 12 June 1904; m. BELLE SPAULDING; b. 20 June 1845; d. 22 September 1917.

More About ASA M. HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio P 331B

More About BELLE SPAULDING:
Census: 1880, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio P 331B

v. MARY KETCHAM HAMMOND, b. 1831.
vi. ZACHARIA PRICE HAMMOND, b. 1833, NJ; d. 22 August 1897; m. (1) MANNIE E. POTTER; b. Abt. 1833, OH; m. (2) NANCY ANN BLAND, 25 October 1859; b. 20 March 1836, NJ; d. 30 November 1911.

More About ZACHARIA PRICE HAMMOND:
Census: 1880, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio P 324B
Military service: Civil War: SGT Co. D; 145th Regt; OH INF

More About MANNIE E. POTTER:
Census: 1880, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio P 331B