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Full text of "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"

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A 

HISTORY AND GENEALOGY 

OF THE 

DESCENDANTS 

OF 

WILLIAM HAMMOND 

Of London, England, 

AND 

HIS WIFE ELIZABETH PENN ; 

THROUGH THEIR SON 

13eu|amin of Santib)icl) antr 1ivod)ej3tcr, iHflaisis. 

1600 — 1894. 



BY 

ROLAND HAMMOND, A.M., M.D. 

FELLOW OF THE MASS. MEDICAL SOCIETY, ETC. 



BOSTON : 

DAVID CLAPP & SON, PRINTERS. 
1894. 



Copyright, 1894, 
By R. HAMMOND. 

All rights reserved. 



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TO 

THE MANY MEMBERS OF THE HAMMOND FAMILY 

WHO HAVE SO KINDLY AND PATIENTLY ASSISTED IN 

FURNISHING THE MATERIALS FOR THIS WORK, 

THIS BOOK IS GRATEFULLY DEDICATED, 
WITH THE KIND REGARDS OF THEIR FRIEND, 

THE AUTHOR. 



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" Here lies the volume thou boldly hast sought." — Sir W. Scott. 
"A chiel's amang ye taking notes, and faith he'll prent it." — Anon. 
''Your pardon, good sirs, the table is spread." — Old Play. 

" Go, little booke, God send thee good passage, 
And specially let this be thy prayere, 
Unto them all that will thee read or hear, 
Where thou art wrong, after their help to call. 
Thee to correct, in any part or all." — Chaucer, 

"We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; 

In feelings, not in figures on a dial. 

We should count time by heart-throbs. He most lives 

Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best. 

And he whose heart beats the quickest, lives the longest; 

Lives in one hour more than in years do some 

Whose fat blood sleeps as it slips through their veins." — P. J. Bailey. 



PREFACE. 



The pieseiit work, commenced eight jears ago amid tlie exacting 
cares and dnties of a large professional practice, was completed during 
a long and tedious convalescence. And although many times it was 
extremely trying and disheartening, yet on the whole it has been a 
fascinating and, at times, a pleasant pastime. 

When the writer first connnenced collecting statistics it was with no 
idea of publication. But the work grew to such dimensions that it 
seemed best to carry it to completion for the benefit of the name of 
which it treats. 

A few words are desirable as to the scope of the work, its plan, and 
the sources from which the materials have been obtained. 

As to its scope, the idea lias been to give as complete a history and 
genealogy as possible of all the descendants of William Hammond, 
who died in London, Eng., previous to 1634, and of his son Benjamin, 
who, born at London in 1(521, came to Boston in 1634 with his mother, 
Elizabeth [Peiin] Ilammond, and three sisters, and died at Rochester, 
Mass., in 1703, leaving four sons. Samuel, John, Nathan and Benjamin, 
all of whom married and left children. As far as has been within 
range of possibilities, the history and genealogy of these four sons and 
their descendants have been carefully and conscientiously traced down 
to the present time. 

No one, however, can be more painfully aware than the writer that 
many branches have disappeared, probably beyond all possibility of 
recovery or discovery. Possibly the publication of this Genealogy 
may be the means of biinging some of the lost tribes to light. And 
the author would esteem it a favor if any parties, knowing themselves 
to be related to the Hammonds described in this book, will communi- 
cate with liim personally, giving all the information possible of their 
branches of the name. 

On the other hand, great care has been taken to include none in this 
work unless the writer has felt morally certain that they actually be- 
longed to this line of Hammonds. 

The plan of the work has been to give first a person's place of resi- 
dence, his business or occupation, and such other facts of his life as it 
seemed desirable to place on record. Then follow the facts of his 
marriage, viz : wife's maiden name, date of marriage, and the names 
and dates of birth of his children. Then the children who died young, 
all who did not marry, and the daughters who married, and also the 
sons who married but left no issue, are first disposed of. Finally, the 
sons who married, and left issue that carried on the family or line, are 
taken up, each in turn, and his record brought down to the present 



VI PREFACE. 

time, or until the branch runs out or could be traced no further. Then 
the next son is taken up, and his record traced out in like manner. 

Thus it will be seen that no attempt has been made to arrange the 
work by generations. The writer Hrst tried this plan, but afterwards 
abandoned it for the one here adopted. The latter plan being more 
desirable from the fact that it enables anyone to get a clearer idea of the 
different branches and families, because they are kept together better. 

To enable a stranger to follow out the record more readily, each 
branch, and the different sub-branches or families, have been designated 
by a series of numbers. The head of the family being designated by 
the t, and the sons who carry on the line, each by the number of his 
birth in the fsimily, and the later sons in a similar manner, etc. For 
example, t-5-8. Thomas, means that Thomas was the eighth child 
of 5, and that 5 was the fifth child of f, or the head of the family or 
branch. 

The record of daughters, — unless there were some good reason to 
the contrary, — has usually been dropped after giving their places of 
residence and the facts relating to their husbands and children. Where 
good reasons seem to exist, the record has been carried further, — even 
down to the present time. 

Every available source known to the writer has been drawn upon to 
obtain materials for this Genealogy, — town records, church records, 
probate records, private records, head stones in cemeteries, etc. But, 
after all, a great part of the facts and statistics have been obtained 
from a very extensive correspondence with parties living in nearly all 
the northern and middle, and in many of the western and southern states. 
The writer has received more than one thousand letters and postal 
cards, and has written many more than that number. 

The writer is not so sanguine as to suppose that a work like the 
present, containing so many facts gathered from so many sources, is 
entirely free from errors. But every effort has been made to have the 
facts as correct as possible. 

A " Coat of Arras " is figured and described as a relic of our Eng- 
lish Ancestry, though an interesting one even to Americans. 

The "half-tones" are the best it has been possible to obtain under 
the circumstances. Some of the photographs and steel prints, from 
which they have been made, being very old and much faded, rendered 
it impossible to obtain fine work in such cases. Where a fresh 
photograph could be obtained the quality of the work is all that could 
be desired. 

With these explanatory remarks the author sends the Genealogy 
forth, hoping it may afford in its perusal as much pleasure to its readers 
as it has to the writer in its preparation. 

ROLAND HAMMOND. 

Campello, Mass., January 5, 1894. 



CONTENTS. 



INTRODUCTION 1 

ARMORIAL BEARINGS 6 

PART I.— WILLIAM HAMMOND OF LONDON, ENG. 9 
L— BP:NJAMIN HAMMOND OF SANDWICH AND 

rochp:ster, mass lo 

PART IL— SAMUEL HAMMOND, OLDEST SON OF 

BENJAMIN 11 

L— SETH HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER . . 12 

3. Jedediah of Dartmouth and Rochester . 13 

4. Seth 2d, of Dartmouth, Mass. . . . 21 

II.— SAMUEL HAMMOND 2d, OF ROCHESTER 28 

1. Samuel 3d, of Lakeville, Mass. ... 28 

7. Seth of Acushnet, Mass. .... 31 

8. Barnabas of Rochester, Mass. . . . 34 

III.— THOMAS HAMMOND OF NEW BEDFORD, 

MASS 37 

2. William of Wales, Mass., and Northern New 

York 38 

(3.) Paul of Northampton and Penfield, 

N. Y 39 

(4.) William, Jr., of Northampton, Fulton 

County, N. Y 54 

5. Samuel of Dutchess Co., N. Y. . . . 56 

(2.) Isaac of North East, Dutchess Co., N. Y. 57 

(3.) Luthan of Fleming, Cayuga Co., N. Y. 63 

8. Jabez of New Bedford, Mass. ... 74 



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CONTENTS. 



IV.—JEDEDTAH HAMMOND OF SCITUATE, MASS 

5. Joseph of Hingham, Mass. 

7. David of Hingham ..... 
9. Experience of Scituate .... 

v.— JOSIAH HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER 

1. Nathan 3d, of Rochester 

3. Josiah 2d, of Rochester .... 

VI.— BARNABAS HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER 

1. Gideon of Rochester ..... 

2. Barnabas 2d, of Fairhaven, Mass. . 

4. James, Jr., of Rochester .... 

5. Jesse of Rochester ..... 

VIL— JOHN HAMMOND OF FALMOUTH, MASS. 

3. John, Jr., of Quissett, Falmouth 

8. Barnabas of Quissett, Fahuouth . 



77 
78 
81 
85 

98 

99 

107 

111 
112 
118 
117 
119 

122 

122 
123 



PART III.— JOHN 
BENJAMIN . 



HAMMOND, SECOND SON OF 



129 

I.— JABEZ HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER AND 

NEW BEDFORD 130 

7. Faunce of New Bedford, and Reading, Vt. . 132 

(1.) Nathaniel of So. Woodstock, Vt. . 133 

(2.) Stephen of Hardwick, Mass. . . 146 

(6.) Jabez Holmes of Windsor, Vt. . 149 
(8.) Jiry of Windsor, Vt. . . .163 

(9.) Luther of Cornish, N. H. . . 165 
(10.) Thos. Faunce of Reading and West 

■ Windsor, Vt 167 

9. Jabez 2d, of Woodstock, Vt. ... 170 

11. Calvin of Chatham, Mass. .... 177 

13. John of So. Woodstock, Vt. . . .186 

14. Elijah of Rutland and Oakham, Mass. . . 187 

II.— ELNATHAN HAMMOND OF NEWPORT, R. L 195 

1. John Arnold of Newport, R. I. . . . 197 
7. Nathaniel of Newport, R. 1 201 

III.— BENJAMIN HAMMOND 3d, OF ROCHESTER 206 

2. Nathaniel of Rochester .... 207 

3. Enoch of Rochester 207 



CONTENTS. 



IX 



IV.— ROWLAND HAMMOND OF PLYMPTON,MASS. 216 

5. George 2d, of Woicester Co., Mass. . . 217 

(1.) George, Sr., of Crawford Co., Ohio.. 219 

6. Hatmali of Acusliuet, Mass. . . . 223 

8. Tliomas of Carver, Mass. .... 227 

9. Benjamin of East Carver .... 229 

v.— JOHN HAMMOND, Jii., OF ROCHESTER . 234 

2. Timothy of Rochester .... 235 

PART IV.— NATHAN HAMMOND, THIRD SON OF 

BEN.JAMIN 241 

I.— NATHAN HAMMOND 2(1, OF ROCHESTER 241 

PART v.— BENJAMIN HAMMOND 2d, YOUNGEST 

SON OF BENJAMIN 243 

I.— POLYPUS HAMMOND OF NEWPORT, R. I. 244 

12. Polypus, Jr., of Rochester . . . 244 

IL-JOSEPHUS HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER . 244 

2. Edward of Marion, Mass. .... 245 

IIL— ANTIPAS HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER . 250 

6. Benjamin of Rochester . . . . 251 

IV.— BARZILLAI HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER . 254 

4. Moses of Rochester ..... 255 

5. Stafford of Rochester . . . . .256 

(1.) William of Wauconda, 111. . . 260 

v.— ISRAEL HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER . . 264 

8. Noah of Rochester 204 

VI.— ROGER HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER . . 266 

2. Deborah of Rochester .... 267 

VII.— ELISHA HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER . . 267 

4. Elisha of Columbia, S. C 268 

8. Ebenezer of Edgefield, S. C. . . . 274 



INTRODUCTION. 



It is said that the first mention of the name of " Hamon " or 
" Hamond " is in connection with the conquest of England 
by William the Conqueror in 1066. He caused an Abby to 
be erected on the battlefield at Hastings in honor of his victory 
over Harold, the last of the Saxon kings. In this, which is 
called "Battle Abby," there were deposited the names of all 
the nobles or barons, as they were called, who came with 
William from Xormandy. 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. Amand, in regard to which Burke's 
Landed Gentry, Vol. I., says, " The family of Hammond is 
of considerable antiquity in England, and it is probable may 
have derived its origin from a branch of the Norman House of 
St. Amand." 

At any rate the Hammonds have been in England for many 
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 Ham- 
mond of London, Co. Kent, whose descendants form the sub- 
ject 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 known 
among genealogists as that of "William of London." 

Another family whose descendants have played an important 
part in the affairs of this country, is that of Thomas Hanunoud 
of Lavenham, Co. Suffolk, England. He married Kose Trippe, 
and had, besides several daughters, two sons, A^^illiam and 
Thomas, who after marrying and having children, came to Bos- 
ton, and were known respectively as " William of Watertown," 
and " Thomas of Newton." 
2 



Z HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

A celebrated family in England is that of St. All)ans Court 
in Nonington, Co. Kent. John Hamon, the first known in this 
line, was a tenant under the Culpeppers of St. Albans, and 
began the purchase of the "manor" as it was called. His 
son, Thomas Hamond, completed the purchase of the manor in 
1551. To him was granted a coat-of-arms in 1548, in th€ 
second year of Edward VI., by Barker, Garter King-at-Arms. 
This coat-of-arms, perhaps the oldest granted to any Hammond, 
has been selected after much consideration as the best to repre- 
sent the name of Hammond in this Genealogy.* 

Sir William, b. 1579, d. 1650, grandson of this Thomas 
Hammond, was knighted by James 1., in 1607-8, and had a 
brother Thomas. To this Thomas the descendants of " William 
of Watertown " and " Thomas of Newton " have endeavored to 
trace their line of descent without avail. The present repre- 
sentative of the St. Albans family is William Oxenden Ham- 
mond, Nonington, Co. Kent, England. 

There is quite a general impression and a strong probability 
that William of London is descended from one of the younger 
sons of the family of St. Albans Court, possibly from one of 
the brothers of Sir William, of whom there were several, f though 
the connection has not been traced out, as the English genealo- 
gies preserve full records of the first sons only, later sons and 
daughters being usually merely alluded to. There are also 
reasons for believing that William of London and Thomas of 
Lavenham may have been more or less distantly related, but 
certainly not nearer than cousins if the relationship was as near 
as this. 

There are many other noted families bearing the name in 
England, one of the later being that of Baron Edmund Ham- 
mond who was raised to the Peerage in 1874, and recently 
deceased. The Chaplain, and the Keeper, at the Isle of Wight, 
and one of the Judges of Charles I, were Hammonds. 

There are several distinct branches or lines of Hammonds in 
this country. 

First is that of which William A. Hammond, M. D., of 
Washington, D. C, late Surgeon-General of the U. S. Army, 
is a member. His great grandfather, Philip Hammond, the 
first ancestor of this line in this country, is said to have come 

* Tlie clesiRii with description is given on page 6. 

t Sii- William's biothcrs were:— John, Edward, Thomas, Col. Francis and Col. 
Robert. 



INTRODUCTION. 6 

from Co. Kent, and landed in Ann Arundell Co., Maryland, in 
1()07. Pliilip's brothers, Thomas and Rezin, came over soon 
afterwards and settled at Jamestown, Ya., in 1608, and were 
called " Cavaliers " because they favored Charles I. The Puri- 
tans were called " Round Heads " because they favored Crom- 
well. 

There is another line whose ancestor is said to have settled 
in Kittery, Me., and the family is known as that of "William 
of Kittery," ]\Iaine. When tiie family came to this country is 
not known by the writer. 

In 1032 AA illiam Hammond, son of Thomas of Lavenham, 
Eng., before referred to as AA illiam of Watertown, came to 
Boston, and some years afterwards settled in AVatertown, Mass. 
Two years later his family, consisting- of his wife Elizabeth 
Payne Hammond, two sons, Thomas and John, and three daugh- 
ters, Anne, Elizabeth, and Sarah, rejoined him, arriving at 
Boston in the ship Francis in April, 1684.* AVilliam Ham- 
mond lived and died at AVatertown, the family being transmit- 
ted by his sons Thomas and John. Let it be especially noted 
that he did not have a son Benjamin as claimed bv Savage, this 
Benjamin being the son of AMlliam of London. 

In the same year, 1634, ]\Irs. Elizabeth Penn Hammond, 
widow of AVilliam of London, with her son Benjamin and three 
daughters, Elizabeth, jMartha and Rachel, came in the ship Grif- 
fin, landing at Boston Sept. 18, 1634. From the son Benja- 
min, who settled in Sandwich, Mass., and married Mary Vin- 
cent, all this family has descended. 

In 1636, Thomas, son of Thomas of Lavenham, with his 
wife Elizabeth [Cason] and children Elizabeth and Thomas, 
came to Boston, and settled at Hingham, Mass. In 1640 he 
removed to Newton, where he afterwards lived and died, and 
is known as "Thomas of XcAvton." At Newton, Sarah and 
Nathaniel were born to him. The two sons Thomas and Nathan- 
iel transmitted the family. 

Owing to the similarity of the names of the two AA'^illiam 
Hammonds, only one of whom came to this country; and of 
those of their wives, Elizalieth Penn and Elizabeth Payne, both 
also having l)rotliers named AA'illiam ; and to the further fact that 
Elizabeth Penn's brotlier the admiral, and nephew the Quaker, 
were both named AVilliam ; and especially to the singular coinci- 

* Elizabeth Payne, wife of William Hammond, was a sister of William Paj'no, an 
extensive propeity liolder in New England. 



4 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

denee tliat both Elizabeth Hammonds with their ehikh-en came to 
Boston in the same year, 1634, Savage, and after him Farmer 
and other early genealogists, got badly conftised in regard to 
the two families of William of London and AVilliam of Water- 
town, thought there was only one William Hammond, that he 
married Elizabeth Payne, and denied that Elizabeth Penn was 
the ancestress of any Hammonds in this country. 

The facts contained in the memorandum book* of Captain 
Elnathan Hammond of Newport, R. I., and the admirable arti- 
cle, based on these facts, in regard to the descendants of Ben- 
jamin Hammond, son of AVilliam of London, published in the 
Historical and Genealogical Pegister for January, 187 G, by 
Philip Battel of Middlebury, Vt., have effectually dispelled all 
doubts as to the above points, and have firmly established 
Elizabeth Penn as the wife of William Hammond of London, 
and these two as the parents of Benjamin of Sandwich, Mass., 
whose sons Sanuiel, John, Nathan, and Benjamin settled in 
Rochester, Mass., about 1680—84, and whose genealogy is 
traced as certainly and as surely as that of any name in this 
country. The writer of this Genealogy can personally point to 
the exact spots where these four sons lived, reared their families, 
and died. 

Previous to the year 1787 there were on the shores of Buz- 
zard's Bay, Mass., the two great towns of Dartmouth and 
Rochester, Dartmouth lying to the west of Rochester. In 1787 
the towns of Westport and New Bedford were set off from Dart- 
mouth. In 1812 the town of Fairhaven was set off from New 
Bedford ; and in 1860 the town of Acushnet from Fairhaven. 
Hence the old town of Dai'tmouth constituted the present towns 
of Dartmouth, Westport, New Bedford, Fairhaven and Acush- 
net. 

The principal localities of the old town of Rochester were 
North Rochester, lying in the northwest part of the town ; 
Rochester Centre, in the central part ; Sippican Village, lying 
in the southeast ; Mattapoisett Village in the south, on Matta- 
poisett Harbor, a bi-anch of Buzzard's Bay ; Hammondtown in 
the southwesterly part ; and Mattapoisett Neck in the extreme 
southwest, the latter being a point of land extending some two 
miles south into Buzzard's Bay. 

The town of Rochester was incorporated in the year 1686. 

* For further account of the memorandum book see record of Capt. Elnathan Ham- 
mond. 



INTRODUCTIOX. 

As early as 1638, it appears that the colony court of Plymouth 
granted lands at Sippican to a committee of the Church of Scit- 
uate, for the seating- of a township and a congreg-ation. The 
teri'itory, however, remained unoccupied till 1651, when it was 
granted for the benefit of the town of Plymouth. It w^as proba- 
bly purchased of the natives the same year. The town is said 
to have taken its name from the ancient city of Kochester, in 
Kent, P^ngland, a shire from wdience many of tlie first planters 
of Scituate, and of course Rochester, emigrated. The first 
settlers appear to have come into the place from Sandwich, 
Marshfield and Scituate about the year 1680. Among them 
were the following : Rev. Samuel Arnold, Moses Barlow, 
Aaron Barlow, Jacob Bumpus, Joseph Bui'gess, Joseph Dotey, 
Samuel Hammond, John Hammond, John Haskell, Abraham 
Holmes, Sprague, Samuel White, and Job AVinslow. 

In 1<S;34, the southeasterly part of the town of Rochester, 
containing Sippican Village and adjacent territory, was set off 
as the present town of ^Marion. In 1857 all tlic southerly 
part of Rochester, including Mattapoisett Village, Hannnond- 
town and Mattapoisett Neck, was set off as the present town 
of Mattapoisett, leaving in the present Rochester, Rochester 
Centre and North Rochester. It is probable that but few, if 
any, Hammonds lived within the limits of the present town of 
Rochester. 

Mattapoisett Village is about six miles east of New Bedford, 
five miles west of Sippican Village, and five miles south of 
Rochester Centre. The most of the early Hammonds of Roch- 
ester lived within the limits of the present towns of ]Marion and 
Mattapoisett. 

The Indian word Mattapoisett is said to signify "The place 
of Rest." The Indians living five or six miles north of the 
Village used frequently to come down to the shore for the pur- 
pose of obtaining clams and fish ; one or tw^o miles north of 
the Village, they used to stop at a spring and rest. From this 
circumstance, it is said, the river and place derived their names. 

The first meeting-house was built in the vicinity of Sippican 
Harbor, and at this place, it is probable, the first settlers located 
themselves. The Rev. Samuel Arnold Avas the first minister. 
Mr. Arnold was succeeded by Rev. Timothy Ruggles, wdio was 
settled here in 1710. While he was minister, the inhabitants 
of the southwestern part of the town, now Hammondtown, 
Mattapoisett Neck and the Village, living remote from the place 
of worship, proposed to be set off into a distinct parish. This 



b HAM3IOXD GENEALOGY. 

was done about the year 1733, and Rev. Ivory Hovey was 
ordained their minister. This parish comprised that part of the 
town which still retains the Indian name Mattapoisctt. The 
church was located in Hammondtown . Mr. Hovey was suc- 
ceeded in 1772, by Rev. Lemuel LeBaron. The LeBarons of 
Plymouth County are descendants of Dr. Francis LeBaron, the 
celebrated sui-geon who was Avrecked from a French privateer 
in 1696 in Buzzard's Bay, and afterwards settled in Plymouth, 
Mass. Rev. Thomas Robbins, D. D., the successor of Mr. 
LeBaron, possessed for those times one of the most valuable 
private liljraries in the State, consisting of about 3000 volumes 
and 4000 pamphlets, some of Avhicli were very rare. 

A third Congregational society was formed from several bor- 
der towns, about 1748, of which Rev. Thomas West was for 
many years pastor. This church was located in North Roch- 
ester. 

Much of the land in Mattapoisctt was purchased of King- 
Philip, the great Indian Chief. Many of the original settlers 
of Scituate, Mattapoisctt and adjoining towns, came from Co. 
Kent, England, and there is a street at Scituate Hiirbor named 
by them, and still known as Kent Street. In addition to the 
original settlers of Rochester already given, may be mentioned 
the names of Annable, Turner, Lombard, Lothrop, Parker, 
and Stedman, some of whom afterwards intermarried with the 
Hammonds. 

It is said that the " First })urchase of the town of Rochester 
was by Joseph Lothroj), Barnabas Lothrop, Knellan Winslow, 
and \yilliam Clark, of floseph Winslow, Governor of Plymouth, 
for the sum of £200 current money, Jul. 2, 1679." That 
"The town of Rochester was divided into 33 shares, every 
33rd being reserved for the support of the jVIinistry." That 
"Benjamin Hanniiond the son of AVilliam of Lc)ndon, the first 
in our line from England, moved from Sandwich to Rochester 
in the year 1684, and purchased half a share, or grant, of the 
town of Rochester. The deed certifies that he payed 20 and 6 
pounds." 



Description of the Coat of Arms. 

This Coat-of-Arms was granted by Barker, Garter King at 
Arms, to Thomas Hammond of St. Alban's Court, in 1548, 
second year of Edward VI. 



INTRODUCTION. 7 

Aivns. — Argent, on a chevron sable, between three pellets 
each charged with a martlet of the field, as many escallops or, 
a bordure engrailed vert. 

Crest. — A hawk's head collared gules, rays issuing or. 

3Iotto. — Pro Rege et Patria. [For king and country.] 

Seat. — St. Alban's Court, Nonington, Co. Kent, England. 

There is another armorial ensign or bearing, a copy of which 
is in the possession of the author, which is said to have been 
granted to the Sirname of Hammond. The shield is Norman, 
or heart-shaped, and the grant, if genuine, is undoubtedly very 
ancient and of Norman origin. The only reason this beautiful 
coat-of-arms is not given the preference in this work is because 
its genuineness is not so well attested as that of the one given 
above. The description is as follows : — 

Arms. — Field, argent, a cheveron sable charged with three 
escollops argent. Between three pellets sable each charged 
with a martlet argent, within a bordure engrailed gules. 

Crest. — On a helmet and wreath of three colours, a lion's 
head erased gules. 

Motto. — Tentanda Via Est. [A way must be tried.] 

Extract from the records in [the office of ] the King-at-Arms 
in London. 

A coat-of-arms, in olden times, was a short coat with short 
sleeves, worn over his armor by a knight, and on which his 
armorial bearings Avere worked in bright colors. Hence the 
origin of the term, coat-of-arms. 

Below is an explanation of some of the terms used in her- 
aldry : — 

Cheveron, an honorable ordinary, representing two rafters of 
a house meeting at the top. 

Martlets, birds of the swallow kind without feet, denoting a 
younger son having no landed inheritance. 

Escollops denotes that the bearer or his ancestors had made 
long voyages or pilgrimages, or had been engaged in the Cru- 
sades. 

Bordure, an additional honor or mark of cadency distinguish- 
ing one branch h-om another. 

Engrailed, endented or wavy edges, denoting that the honor 
was obtained with difficulty. 

Erased, when the head is torn from the body and presenting 



O HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

at the neck a rough or ragged appearance instead of straight, 
showing strength as against skill with the sword. 

Argent, silver, or white, referring to the shield, purity. 
Gules, red, referring to the crest, courage. Or, gold, good- 
ness. Azure, light blue, truth and purity. Sable, black, d'enot- 
ing antiquity of lineage. Vert, green, denoting life and vigor. 




PART I. 



WILLIAM HAMMOND OF LONDON, ENGLAND. 



f . William Haininoiid' was born in London, County 
Kent, Eng., and there married Elizabeth Peilil, sister of 
the Admiral, Sir AVilliam Penn, and aunt to "William Penn, 
the Quaker. AVilliam Ilannnond died and was Iniried in Lon- 
don, and was prol>al)ly deseended from the Hammonds of St. 
Albans Court, County Kent, Eng. His children were : 



1. 


Benjamin, 


b. in 1621. 


d in i 


1703 


2. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


d. 




3. 


:\Iartha, 


b. 


d. 




4. 


Rachel, 


. b. 


d. 





These children were all born in London, County Kent, Eng. 

Elizabeth Hammond, Avidow of AVilliam, with her son Benja- 
min and three daus., all young, left a good estate in London, 
and came over to Xew 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, 1S31, in the ship Griffin, and had with them the liev. 
John Lothrop,* their minister. Mrs. Hammond lived in Bos- 
ton and in Watertown, ]\Iass., until the year 1638, when she 
joined Rev. John Lotln-op's church in Scituate, Apr. 16, 1638, 
beino; 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 esta1)lislied a cliurch at Scituate Harbor, Mass., and after- 
wards one at Barnstable, Mass. He is said to have married for his second wife, 
Anna, widow, dausriiter of William Hammond of Watertown, Mass., and had Bar- 
nabas, Abifrail, Bathsheua and John. But the evidence that the widow Anna was the 
daughter of Willijim 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 inde- 
pendent preacher, before coming to Boston. 



10 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Of the tlirce daughters of William Hammond and Elizabeth 
Penn, — Elizabeth, Martha and Kachel, — nothing further can 
be learned. 



I.— BENJAMIN HAMMOND OF SANDWICH AND 
EOCHESTEE, MASS. 

f-l. Benjainm^ HamiiioiKl, son of William and Eliza- 
beth, went to Sandwich, and there in 1(350 married ]Mary Vin- 
cent, dau. of John Vincent, Avho Avas born in England in 1G33. 
Nothing is known as to his whereabouts from his arrival in 
Boston, in 1634, to his marriage to Mary Vincent in 1650, ex- 
cept that he w^as at Yarmouth in 1643. Benjamin Hammond 
and Mary Vincent had issue, as follows : 



1. 


Samuel, 


h. in 1655. 


d. 




2. 


John, 


b. Nov. 30, 1663. 


d. 


Apr. 19, 1749, 0. S 


3. 


Nathan, 


b. in 1670. 


d. 




4. 


Benjamin, 2d, 


b. Nov. 1673. 


d. 


March 29, 1747. 


5. 


Rose, 


b. 


d. 


Nov. 20, 1676. 


6. 


Mary, 


b. 


d. 


young. 



Samuel Hammond and his brother John prol^aldy came from 
Sandwich to Rochester, Mass., about 1680. Benjamin Ham- 
mond with his wife and two sons, Nathan and Benjamin 2d, 
probably came to Rochester about 1684. Benjamin died there 
in 1703, 03. 82 ; and Mary, his widow, in 1705, ie. 72. 



PART II. 



SAMUEL HAMMOND, OLDEST SON OF BENJAMIN. 



f. SaimieF Hamnioiid [oldest son of Bcnj./ William'] 
Avas born at Sandwich, Mass., in 1655, came with his hrother 
John to Rochester, Mass., abont 1680, and settled m the ex- 
treme sonthwesterly [)art of the town, known as the " West 
Neck," where lie died at a ripe aji'e nnich resi)ected. He was 
one of the founders and a prominent member of the first Cong-re- 
gntional Clmrch in Rochester, located in the present town of 
lyiarion. He was an extensive land-holder, and settled four of 
his sons around him, viz : Seth, Josiah, Barnabas and Jedediah, 
the latter of whom afterwards moved to Scituate. He bought 
his land of Hugh CV)le of Swansey, and he of King Philip, 
Sachem of Pokanoket, in 1671.* A house built by his son 
Barnabas m 1767 is still standing. Samuel Hammond m. about 
1680 Mary Hathaway, and had issue : 



1. 


Bt?njaiiiin, 


b. Dec. 


18, 


1G81. 


d. 




•1 


Seth, 


b. Feb. 


13, 


1683. 


d. in 1 


1736-7 


3. 


Kosaniond, 


b Mav 


8, 


1684. 


d. 




4. 


SainiK^l, 2(J, 


b. :Mch. 


8, 


1685. 


d. 




5. 


Thoiiias, 


b. Sep. 


16. 


1687. 


d. 




G. 


Jedediah, 


b. Sep. 


19, 


1690. 


d. 




7. 


f Josiah, 


b. Sep. 


15, 


1692. 


d. 




8- 


Barnabas, 


b. Jan 


20, 


1694. 


d. 




9. 


]\Iaria, 


b. Jan. 


27. 


1697. 


d. 




10. 


John, 


b. Oct. 


4, 


1701. 


d. 




11. 


Jedidah, 


b. Sep. 


30, 


1703. 


d. 





Of these children, RosaiiiOiKr m. Jun. 20, 1705, John 
Spooner of Rochester, and had issue : Peter, Elizabeth, Rose, 
Jeduthan, Benjamin, John, Thomas, Hobbs and Mary. 

* A copy of King Philip's Deed will be found near the end of Part II. 




12 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

9. Maria' m. July 15, 1717, David Clark of Rochester, 
and lived near the Butts place, AYest Neck. Issue : ^Nlary, 
who m. her cousin Barnabas, son of Samuel 2d ; and prol)ably 
others . 

11. Jeclidali' m. Dec. 17, 1719, Joseph Turner of 
Rochester. Of Benjamin nothing further is known, but he 
probably died young. 



I._SETH HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Setli' Hainniond, second son of SamueP [Benj.,^ 
William'], who was a farmer living near his father, m. Mch. 
4, 1706, Mary Randall, and had issue : 

1. Jerusha, b. May 2, 1708. d. 

2. Arehelus, b. Sep. 15, 1709. d. 

3. Jedediah, b. Sep, 16, 1711. d. 

4. Seth, b. d. 

5. Jonathan, b. d. 

6. Sylvanus, b. d. 

Seth may have m. 2d, in 1714, Elizabeth Stewart of Chat- 
ham, and, if so, the last three children were born by the 2d 
marriage. But the Will, proved Feb. 28, 1837, names the 
widow Mary. 

Of Seth's children, 1. Jeruslia' m. Nov. 25, 1733, 
Barzillai Randall of Rochester. 

t-2. Arehelus' m. Dec. 10, 1729, Elizabeth Weeks, 
and lived near the Noble Gelett Place in Fairhaven, just over 
the Rochester line. Issue: 1. Amaziah, 2. Charles, and 3. 
Judah. 

Of these children, 2. Charles'' probably m. Oct. 4, 1764, 
his cousin Eliphel, dau. of Jedediah Hammond. 

t-2-1. Amaziah'' m. about 1756, Lydia Gardner of 
Nantucket, and had issue : 



1. Gardner, 


b. in 17.57. 


d. 


2. Arehelus, 


b. in 1759. 


d. in 1830. 


3. Ruth, 


b. in 1764. 


d. 



Of these children Arehelus was a sailor, and was noted as a 



great whaleman. 



f-5. Jonathan/ probably fourth son of Seth, m. Mch. 
3, 1743, Sarah Jones of Plymouth, and had issue : 



CO 




DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 13 

1. David, b. Jun. 20, 1745. d. 

2. Jonathan, b. Feb. 3, 1747. d. 

Of these children David probably m. Xov. 14, 1766, Abigail 
Taber at Dartmouth. 

t-6. Sylvanus/ fifth son of Seth, m. Feb. 7, 1749, 
Harriet Randall, and had issue : 

1 Ebenezer, t ^ ^j^.,^ ^ ^-.^ d young. 

2. bjlvanus, Jr., ^ a. 

3. Ebenezer, b. Mch. 1.5, 1762. d. Jun. 19, 1841. 

■f-Q-2. Sylvaiius, Jr./ married Charity , and 

lived at Rochester. Issue : 

1. Sylvanus, b. Jan. 10,1786. d. 

2. Ebenezer, b. Apr. 5, 1788. d. 

3. Charity, b. Aug. 8, 1790. d. 

4. Elisha, b. Nov. 26, 1792. d. Jan. 7, 1793. 

5. Seth, b. Dec. 25, 1793. d. 

f-6-3. Ebenezer," who probably lived in Xew Bedford, 
m, Jan. 4, 1790, Prudence Sherman, who was b. May 10, 
1769, and d. Jan. 27, 1848. Issue : 

1. Polly, b. Sep. 8, 1790. d. Apr. 6, 1796. 

2. Charles, b. Jan. 20,1792. d. 

3. Mercy, b. Oct. 1, 1794. d. Apr. 6, 1796. 

4. David, I ^ ^^^^ 26, 1797. d. May 6, 1798. 

5. Jonathan, ) ■' 

6. Betsey, b. in 1800. d. Nov. 27, 1868. 

•j-_6-3-2. Charles' m. Jun. 20, 1819, Lucinda Parlow, 
and lived at Rochester. Issue : 

1. Caleb, b. Mch. 6, 1820. d. 

2. Mary Ann, b. Mch. 3, 1822. d. 

3. Caroline M., b. May 2,1824. d. 



3.— JEDEDIAH HAMMOND OF DARTMOUTH AND 
ROCHESTER, MASS. 

|-3. Jetlediali* Haiiinioiid, second son of Seth" 
[Samuel,^ Benj.,' AVilliani'], lived in the town of Dartmouth 
until after the birth of his eighth child, Phineas, when he re- 
moved to the town of Rochester, where the remainder of his 
children w^ere born. He m. 1st, Mch. 29, 1737, Elizabeth 
Jenney, who died Dec. 14, 1747. Issue : 

1. Zilpha, b. Jul. 5, 1738. d. 

2. Jeduthan, b. Apr. 14, 1740. d. May 31, 1790. 



14 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

3. Eliphel, b. Jun. 14,1742. d. 

4. Jenne, b. Feb. 20, 1744. d. 

5. Elizabeth, b. Jun. 12,1747. d. 

Elizabeth, wife of Jedediah, now dying, he m. 2d, Aug. 11, 
1748, Maiy Bolles, and had issue : 

6. Deborah, b. May 30, 1749. d. 

7. hiiiieon, b. Sep. 14, 1751. d. }-oiing. 

8. Phineas, b. :\Ieh. 15, 1753. d. 

9. Patience, b. Jan. 21, 1755. d. 

10. Anna, b. :Mch. 28, 1758. d. 

11. Pernall, b. Apr. 21, 1760. d. 

12. Ruth. b. Sep. 4, 17G4. d. 

13. Jedediah. b. Jul. 4. 1767. d. 

Of these children, Jedutliaii" died May 31, 1790, and was 
buried in IMiddleboro', Mass. ElipheF* m. Oct. 4, 1764, 
Cliarles Haniiiioiid, son of Archelus. Jeniie*^ m. at 

Dartmouth, ]\Ich. — , 1764, John Weston. Elizabeth" ni. 
at Dartmouth, Apr. ^22, 1771, Freeman Ashley. Phineas'^ 
m. at I)artnu)uth, Jun. 10, 1777, Peace Merrihew. Patience'^ 
m. at Dartmouth, Jun. 10, 17<S1, Sanuiel Tupper. Anna" 
m. at Dartmouth, Nov. 30, 1780, Jona. Jenney. Pernall,^ 
or Parnell, m. at Dartmouth, Aug. 12, 1777, Jacob Kenney. 
Issue: Thomas, Jona., Jacob Jr., and Phineas. [Jacob, Jr., 
who was born in 1796 and died in 1877, was father of Eachel 
Bolles, wife of Joshua Bolles, late of Mattapoisett, Mass.], 
and Ruth** m. May 22, 1785, Sylvanus Tobey. 

f-3-2. Jedutlian,** who lived in Rochester, Mass., m. 
Nov. 3, 1764, Mary Jenney, who was born at Dartmouth, 
May 18, 1749, and died at Rochester about 1826. Issue: 

1. Jane; 2. Paul, b. May 20, 1772, d. May 3, 1795; 3. 
Elizabeth; 4. Jeduthan ; 5. Jedediah; 6. Mary, b. Oct. 10, 
17—; 7. Lydia; 8. Hepsibeth ; 9. Lettes, b. Mch, — , 1778, 
d. Sep. 2, 1852. 

Of these children, Jane' m. 1st, at Xew Bedford, Sep. 
17, 1791, Epln-aim Landers. She m. 2d, Obed Griffith. 

3. Elizabetli' married Asa Racket. Jeduthan' is said 
to have married and had three sons, one of whom, Joseph, was 
a sea captain. Jeduthan, who lived in Dartmouth or Rochester, 
Mass., died and was buried in the Indian Ocean. Mary' m. 
Jun. 30, 1799, Elisha Caswell, and lived at Rochester. Issue : 
Mary, Gilbert and Sylvia, Elbridge G., Hannah, Rhoda, 
Tabathii, ]\Iartha, Lucy and Cynthia. [Elbridge G. m. Eliza- 
beth Gurney, and had : Mary, Julia, Elbridge G. Jr., Lucy J., 
Lucinda Ella and Loring.] 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 15 

7. Lydia' m. Nov. 6, 1806, Bishop Asliley, a blacksmith, 
and lived at Koehester. 

7. Hepsibetli,^ or Hepsibath^ m. Jun. 15, 1806, Stephen 
Hadlcy, and lived in what is now the town of Marion, formerly 
a part of Eochester. Her children were Caroline, Lucy, ^lary, 
Stephen W. and Lydia. [Stephen Wing, Avho was born Nov. 
16, 1812, was a sea captain, and lived at Marion.] 

1-3-2-2. Paul,' oldest son of Jeduthan, and grandson of 
Jedediah, was a shoemaker, and lived in the old town of Roch- 
ester. He m. Oct. 20, 1794, Sarah Edson. Issue : 

1. Paul 2d, b. May 14, 1795. d. Jul. 25, 1875. 

Sarah Edson was born at Bridgewater or Sandwich, Mass., 
Mch. 3, 1776, and died at Fairliaven, Mass., Feb. 14, 1861. 
After Paul Hammond's decease, she m. 2d, a Ryder, and 
3d, Joseph Smith, late of Fairliaven, Mass. 

t-3-2-2-1. Paul 2cl,' son of Paul, settled at Middletown, 
Conn., when a very young man, working in North's dun 
Factory. Al)out 1828 he kept a store in the suburbs of Middle- 
town, and about 1830 moved to the latter place, and was an 
Overseer of the Poor one year. He then connected himself 
with his Uncle Lettes and cousin Joshua in the manufacture of 
steelyards, locks, etc. In 1834 he moved to Utica, X. Y., 
and engaged in various mechanical pursuits ; in the fall of 1847 
he moved to Xew York city and engaged in like pursuits ; later 
was agent of the Stephens Manufacturing Company of Crom- 
well, Conn., makers of iron toys. The last ten years of his 
life he was an invalid, and died in Xew York city. Paul 2d 
m. at Middletown, Conn., May 20, 1819, Abigsiil Cliipman, 
who was born at Middletown, Conn., June 21, 1796, and died 
at Xew York city July 4, 1886, a3. 90, and Avas a very in- 
dustrious woman. Issue : 

1. Louisa Maria, b. Mch. 15,1822. d. 

2. Edson Dana, b. Aug. 12, 182G. d. 

3. Sarah Amelia, b. Jul. 17,1830. d. Sep. 24, 1832. 

1. Louisa 3Iaria'' m. at Utica, X". Y., Jun. 7, 1840, 
Thomas A. Ashford, who was born at Brightholmc, York- 
shire, Eng., Aug. 11, 1814, and died in Xew York city 
Apr. 10, 1879. He was a cabinet maker by trade, a skilful 
mechanic, and for many years worked on piano fortes in Xew 
York city. Issue : 

1. Thomas Edson, b. Jan. 17, 1845. d. Apr. 28, 18G2. 



16 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

2. Louisa Aug., b. Aug. 21, 1848. d. Nov. 27, 1855. 

3. Frances A., b. Feb. 3,1853. 

4. Alfred Aug., b. Feb. 18, 1856. 

5. C'has. Arthur, b. May 18, 1859. 

f-;3-2-2-l-2. Edsoii Dana/ son of Paul 2d, born at 
Middletown, Conn., and for two or three years clerk in a store 
in Utica, N. Y., left there in 1846 and moved to Brooklyn, 
N. Y. ; from 1846 to 1850 was clerk and accountant in a 
produce, brokerage and commission house ; from 1850 to 1856 
chief clerk in a stock broker's office ; 1856 to 1872 assistant 
secretary and secretary of the Ohio & Mississippi R. R. in their 
New York offices ; 1872 to 1874 assistant secretary of the Erie 
R. R. Co. ; since July, 1885, clerk in the auditor's office of 
the Erie Dispatch, New York city. Residence, 54 AVcst 100th 
Street, New York city. Edson Dana m. 1st, at Franklin, 
Mass., Oct. 8, 1848, Louise Marion Thurston, who was born 
at Franklin, Oct. 8, 1829, and died Oct. 1872. Issue : 

1. I\Iarion Amelia, b. Sep. 4, 1850. 

2. Annie Brintnall, > i, c oi icf;q 

3. Allie Thurston, [ ^- ^^'P' 2^' ^^^'^- d. Feb. 17, 1855. 

4. Frank Herbert, b. Nov. 23, 18G2. 

Edson Dana m. 2d, in New Yoi'k city, Oct. 31, 1872, 
Eliza Ann AVhite, nee Knapp, who was born at Lowell, Mass., 
Nov. 7, 1840. Issue by the 2d marriage : 

5. Mary Sylvia, b. Jan. 14, 1874. 

6. Gertrude Violet, b. Jan. 2, 1877. 

Of Edson Dana's children, Marion Amelia'" m. in New 
York city. May 9, 1871, Henry F. Cowles, who was born in 
North Haven, Conn., May 8, 1839, and died at Colorado 
Springs, Col., Feb. 9, 1885. They had no issue. Mr. Cowles 
enlisted in the 16th Connecticut Reg't for three months, and 
also in the 18th Connecticut Reg't ; was a prisoner twenty 
months — ten months in Libby Prison ; was placed under fire 
at Charleston, S. C, but afterwards made his escape. His 
widow resides at Colorado Springs, Col. 

2. Annie Brintnall'" m. in New York city, Nov. 23, 
1873, George W. Southwick, who was born in Brooklyn, 
Dec. 24, 1851, and resides at Stamfoixl, Conn. Issue: 

1. Frank Herbert, b. Apr. 27, 1879. 

2. Arthur Quackenbos, b. Dec. 6, 1880. 

3. Louis Brintnall, b. Sep. 27, 1883. 

G. W. Southwick is a dealer in manufacturers' supplies, New 
York city ; factory at Stamford, Conn. 



DESCEXDAXTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 17 

4. Frank Herbert,'" only son of Edson Dana, at the 
age of 16 went on the clipper "Black Hawk" as cabin boy, to 
Australia, China and San Francisco, thence to Xew York city, 
doubling both Cape Good Hope and (^ape Horn. He after- 
wards graduated from the schoolship St. ]\lary's with honor, 
and then went two voyages on the St. Domingo line of steam- 
ers. He was afterwards fireman, and later engineer, on the 
Erie R. R. He is now engineer on the Myrtle Avenue and 
Broadway branch of the Brooklyn Elevated K. li. Frank 
Herbert m. in New York city, Mch. 22, 1881, Annie Kristina 
Filer, who was l)orn in Laborg, North Jutland, Denmark, 
April 14, 18()0, and resides at 1378 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Issue : 

1. Loub Edwanl, 1). Sep. 23, 1881. 

2. (leoi-fve Albert, b. Aug. 28, 1883. 

3. Henry Clinton, b. Oct. 23, 1885. 

4. Frank Thurston, b. Oct. 28, 1887. 

5. Robert Vincent, b. Oct. 14, 1889. d. Jul. 9, 1890. 

6. Herbert Frederick, b. Oct. 21, 1890. 

f -8-2-5. Jedediali/ third son of Jeduthan, m. Xancy 
Brooks of the State of New York, and lived and died at Farm- 
ington, Conn. Issue: Uri, Lettes, Caroline, Annes, ]Mary, 
Nancy C^atherine, Silas, George and Elizabeth. 

Of Jedediah's children, XJri** left home when a young man 
and has not since been heard from. Lettes,^ who was a teach- 
er, m. a Miss Bird of Plainville, Conn., and had two daugh- 
ters, one of whom lives in the West, and the other is Mrs. 
Granville Bronson of oNIeriden, Conn. 

Caroline* m. Tliomas Greenfield, a hatter, and dealer in 
hats, caps, etc., in MiddletOAvn, Conn. She had three chil- 
dren : Robert, Caroline and George. The whole family are 
dead. Annes/ or Agnes, died while a young woman, on 
the eve of her marriage. Mary,** born Apr. 11, 1816, and 
died Feb. 10, 1875, m. Prof. Edmund Longley of Emory and 
Henry College, Emory, Va. Issue: Selden, Virginia Harriet, 
Catherine Hanunond and Edmund. 

Nancy Catherine,^ who was a music teacher, m. Johnivry 
M. Sharpe, lives at Nashville, Tenn., and has a large familv of 
children. Silas,** Avho was a carpenter, jjut never married, 
died at the West Indies, where he went for his health. 
George,^ who was a printer, m. and liad one child, and 
probably died during the late civil war. Elizabeth** died in 
infancy. 



18 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

■j-_3_2-9. Lettes Haiiiinoiicl,' fourth son of Jeduthan, 
learned the trade of gunsmith in the United States Amory at 
Springfiekl, Mass., where he resided many years. He then 
moved to Famnington, Conn., where lie carried on the business 
of gunsmith; from there he moved to Ashford, Conn., where 
he was enffaired in the same business. He afterwards moved 
to Middletown, Conn., where he resided thirteen years. He 
invented and manufactured a kind of steel-yards, and died at 
East Brookfield, Mass. Lettes Hammond married in 1800, 
Margaret Fosket at Springfield, Mass., who died Apr. 22, 
18G1. Issue: 

1. Jeduthan, b. Mch. 15, 1802. d. May 10, 1876. 

2. Joshua, b. Jul. 29, 1805. d. Sep. — , 1805. 
3 .Mai-o-aret, b. IMch. 10, 1807. d. May 11, 1888. 

4. Joshua Fosket, b. Apr. 14, 1810. d. Apk 27, 1874. 

5. Elizabeth Hacket, b. Sep. 12, 1813. d. May 11, 1867. 

6. Penelope Keyes, b. Jul. 14, 1820. 

7. Samuel, b. Feb. 23, 1823. d. Sep. 3, 1856. 

1. Jetlutlian,* oldest son of Lettes, who manufactured 
the steel-yards invented by his father, lived and died at East 
Brookfield, Mass. He in. Oct. 29, 1827, Sophia Bicknell of 
Ashford, Conn., who d. Jul. 4, 1861. Issue: 

1. Caroline, b. Jul. 28, 1829. 

2. Mary Eliz., b. Jun. 20, 1831. 

3. Samuel Edson, b. May 30, 1834. d. Oct. 16, 1850. 

4. Ellen A., b. Aug. 8, 1849. 

Of these children, Caroline' m. Nov. 8, 1863, Elias H. 
Bartlett, lived in North Brookfield, Mass., and had a daughter, 
Mary H. Mr. Bartlett is dead, and his Avidow lives in East 
Brookfield, Mass. Mary Elizabeth' m. Apr. 8, 1858, 
Alvin S. Moulton, lives at Worcester, ]Mass., and has : Emma 
C, Clara A., and Mary L. All dead except Emma, who m. 
Edwin ]\Iarl)le and lives at Worcester. Ellen A.' m. War- 
ren R. Uphain, lives at East Brookfield, and had one son, 
George AVarren, who d. in infiincy. 

3. Marg'aret,* oldest daughter of Lettes, m. Sep. 23, 
1829, Aaron F. Wells of Greenfield, Mass., who d. Dec. 28, 
1855. She lived in Middletown, Conn., and had issue : Ed- 
ward H., Edward Hagain, Samuel Osgood, Ephraim E. Wil- 
ley, George Eugene, and Francis Henry. 

Of jMargaret's children : Edward H. d. in infency ; Ed- 
ward Hagain is a merchant tailor in Middletown, Conn. ; 
Samuel Osgood, also a tailor, was a corporal in the 21st Conn. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HA3IMOND. 19 

Reo-'t, and died in Confederate Hospital at Upperville, Va. ; 
Ephraini E. Wiley is employed in the manufacture of wringers 
in ]Middlefield, Conn. ; George Eugene, a farmer, d. at ]Mid- 
dletown. Conn. ; and Francis Henry, a merchant, also d. at 
Middletown, Conn. 

Margaret [Hammond] Wells, the mother, d. at ^Middletown, 
Conn., May 11, 1888. 

4. Joshua Foskef* was a mechanic and inventor at 
Pi'ovidence, li. I. He m. Apr. 1, 1832, Eliza Ann Leach, and 
d. at Providence, R. I., Apr. 27, 1874. Besides three that d. 
in infancy, his issue were: 1, Edward M. ; 2, William Em- 
erson ; 3, Charles ; 4, Penelope M. ; 5, Joshua ; G, Ann Eliza ; 
7, Henry W. ; 8, Julia; and 9, Frank. 

Of Joshua Fosket's children : 1. Edward 31.' m. Ann Hig- 
gins at Springfield, ]Mass. Issue: Edward, (xcorge and Stella. 

2. William Emerson,'' who was b. ^Nlch. 11, 1837, is 
a metal pattern maker at ^Nleriden, Conn. He m. 1st, ]\Iay 
10, 18G1, Irene J. Faulkner in I^ynn, ^lass., who d. Aug. 23, 
1867, without issue. William E. m. 2d, May 19, 1869, 
Frances Ann Warner at Berlin, Conn., and had issue : 

1. Faith Irene, b.' July 25, 1877. 

3. Charles'* d. about 1859, in Lynn, Mass., and Pene- 
lope,^ who was a milliner, d. about 1860 in the same city. 

5. Joshua,^ who was a carpenter, m. Sarah Corliss at 
Providence, R. I., and had four or five children. 

6. Ann Eliza^ m. 1st, Asa Hendrick of Providence, R.I. 
She m. 2d, a man by the name of Williams. Eliza left one 
child, and d. in Providence. 

7. Henry' m. Annie Shepward in Lynn. Xo issue. 

8. Julia" m. 1st, Lyman Damon of Springfield. She 
was afterwards divorced, and m. a second time, but had no 
issue. 

5. Elizabeth Hacket,* second daughter of Lettes, m. 
Feb. 18, 1839, Ephraini E. Wiley, a graduate of Wesleyan 
University, Middletown, Conn. Mr. Wiley was afterwards 
professor and for many years president of Emory and Henry Col- 
lege, Emory, Va., and was a popular Methodist clergyman, resid- 
ing at Emory, Va., where he d. Mch. 13, 1893. Elizabeth H. 



20 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Hammond Wiley d. at Middletown, Comi., Ma}^ 11, 1867. 
Issue : 



1. 


Miir<;aret Ann, 


b. 


Feb. 


9, 


1840. 


9. 


France's Elizabeth, 


b. 


Sci). 


•j, 


1841. 


3. 


'\Villiam Harlow, 


b. 


I^Iav 


•29, 


1845. 


4. 


Vir2;inie Watson, 


b. 


Oet. 


7, 


1847. 


5. 


Olin Fi^ke. 


b. 


Dec. 


•28, 


1849. 


6. 


Georoe Ephraim, 


b. 


Oct 


19, 


1851. 


7. 


Charles Sherwood, 


b. 


Oct. 


31, 


1854. 



d. Jul. 1, 1855. 

Of these children, Marg-arel Anii^ m. Jan. 21), 1865, 
John O. Story, M. D., now residing at Dallas, Tex. Issue: 
John E. and Clarence L. 

Fraiices Elizabeth' m. Aug. 4, 1859, John L, Bucha- 
nan, professor in Randolph Macon College, Ashland, Va. 
Issue : Lillian Wiley, William Peters, Margaret Lee, P^liza- 
beth Hanunond, Horace Graham, Raymond Wiley, John Lee, 
Grace Parker and Frank Emery. 

William Harlow" m. Helen Parmenter of New York, 
and is secretary of the Bromine Arsenic Springs, (^rum])ler, 
Ashe Co., N. C. Issue: Charles Emerson, Harriet Palmer 
and Margaret Adaline. 

Virg'iiiie Watson® m. Francis A. Parker, one of the 
firm of the Holsteine Woolen Mills. They now reside at 
Abingdon, Va., and have issue as follows: Albert, Lillian, 
and Virgiuie. 

Olin Fiske/ who is a hotel keeper at Knoxville, Teun., 
m. 1st, Mary Richmond of Va., and had two children. He 
m. 2d, Alice McNew and had two more children. 

George Epliralni," Avho is a physician at Abingdon, Va., 
m. Sarah Elizabeth Scarf. 

6. Penelope Keyes,^ third daughter of Lettes, formerly 
a teacher of music and French in Va., Tenn., and N. C, now 
resides at Abingdon, Va. She has neyer married. 

7. Samuel,* youngest son of Lettes, b. at Ashford, Conn., 
and educated at Wesleyan University, was for many years a 
teacher. He m. Feb. 16, 1848, Margaret M. ]\Icrrick, lived 
at Springfield, Mass., and d. there Apr. 3, 1856. Issue : 

1. Adeline E , b. Feb. 15, 1849. d. Sep. 2, 1885. 

2. Emma L, b. Sep. C, 1851. d. Mch. 4, 1887. 

Emma^ m. Dec. 7, 1882, Edward Doton, and lived and 
d. at Springfield, Mass. Xo issue. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HA31MOND. 21 



4.— SETH 2d, of DAKTMOUTH, MASS. 

t-4. Seth/ third son of Setli, in Xov. 1748, bought of 
Abraham Russell a farm in that part of East Fairhaven known 
as "Xew Boston," then a part of Dartmouth: and in Jan. 
1794, gave a life lease of said farm to his son Seth Jr., and after 
him to his grandson, C^aleb Hammond. He m. Aug. 23, 1738, 
Elizabeth Lombard (or Lumber) of Chatham, Mass., who was 
b. Apr. 1, 1714. Issue: 

1. Adne, b. May 25, 1739. d. 

2. Lurana, b. Jun. 3, 1741. d. 

3. Luerriscea, b Sep. 30, 1743. d. 

4. David, b. Jan IG, 174G. d. 

5. Seth, Jr., b Jul. 4. 1748. d. 

6. Caleb, b. Jan. 30, 1751. d. 

7. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 3,1754. d. at sea, 1 781. 

8. Jedidah, b. Jun. 4, 1756. d. 

Of these children, 1. Adiie' m. Xov. 19, 1702, Edward 
Eldridge at Dartmouth; 2, Lurana'^ in. Dec. 17, 1773, 
Hathaway Randall at Dartmouth ; 4. David" m. Nov. 16, 
1766, Abigad Taber at Dartmouth; 8.. Jedidah" m. Jun. 
26, 1791, George Handy at Dartmouth; 3. liiu'rriscea," 
and 6. Caleb," probably d. single; 7. Nathaniel, " proba- 
bly m. 1st, in 1775, Sarah Stevens; he m. 2d, Dec. '), 1778, 
Deborah Bolles at Dartmouth. Issue : 

1. Natlianiel, b. in 1779. d. Sep. 5, 1802. 

Nathaniel,' was a sea captain, proliably in the merchant 
service. 

f-4-5. Seth Jr.," second son of Seth, lived on AVolf 
Island, Rochester, Avhen his son Caleb was born, but afterwards 
moved on to his father's farm in Ncav Boston, or East Fair- 
haven. He m. 1st, Mcli. 1, 1773, Mary (or Hannah) Bolles, 
and had issue : 

b. about 17 74. d. 

d Nov. 29, 1849. 

d. 

d. 

d. Oct. 17, 1797. 

d. Oct. 20, 1797. 

Seth Jr, m. 2d, Jun. 6, 1787, Anstris [Hannnond] Jenney, 
daughter of Elisha Hammond, and granddaughter of Benjamin 
2d. Issue : 



1. 


Caleb, 


b. about 17 74. 


2. 


Deborah, } 


b. in 177G. 


3. 


Jedidah. ; 


4. 


Eliza, 


b. 


5. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


6. 


Anstris, 


b. 



22 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

7. Elisha, b. d. 

8. Eliliti, b. Sep. 25, 1795. d. Mch. 26, 1872. 

9. Betsey, b. Apr. 20, 1800. d. Sep. 7, 1881. 

Of these children, 5. Elizabeth,^ and 6. Anstris,' d. 
sinole : 2. Deborall' m. a l^lr. Braeev and d. at ]Middle- 
boro', Nov. 29, 1849, a?. 73; o. Jedidah,' who lived in 
East Fairhaven, ni. Gamaliel Handy, and had issue : 

1. Mary, b. May 21, 1800. d. Sep. 3, 1888. Single. 

4. Eliza' is said to have ni. a Westgate, but nothing 
further is known of her. 

7. Elislia,' second son of Seth Jr., who was a farmer at 
East Fairhaven, m. Polly Stevens, but left no issue. 

9. Betsey,' youngest daughter of Seth Jr., lived in 
Mattapoisett. She m. Dec. 25, 1826, Samuel Purrington, 
ship-carpenter, who d. Sep. 5, 1847, x. G6. Issue : Mary 
E., Phebe, Hattie, Joseph, and Henry W. 

Of Betsey's children : Mary E., m. John E. Almy ; Phebe 
m. Jesse GifFord ; Hattie m. Edgar S. Silva ; and Henry W. 
m. Sarah O. Hiller. , 

J--4-5-8. Eliliu,' youngest son of Seth Jr., who was a 
farmer at East Fairhaven, m. 1st, Phebe Snow, who was b. 
Jul. 16, 1795. No issue. Elihu m. 2d, Dee. 14, 1822, 
Almira Snow^ who was b. Apr. 18, 1803, and d. Dec. 31, 
1891. Issue: 

1. Phebe, b. Jun. 10, 1824. 

2. Elizabeth, b. Jul. 6, 1826. 

3. Louisa D., b. Oct. 17, 1831. 

4. Benjamin, b. Au.2;. 24, 1839. 

Of these children, Elizal)eth* lives single at Mattapoi- 
sett; Phebe m. Aug. 22, 1849, Samuel N. Gould of Boston, 
wdio was b. in Lisbon, N. H., May 11, 1822. Issue: Sarah 
E., Mary A., Florence A., and Samuel N. Jr. 

3. Louisa D.,* who lived in the Gelett neighborhood in 
East Fairhaven, m. Apr. 23, 1849, Edward H. "Dillingham, 
who was b. in New Bedford in 1825. Issue : 

1. Salome. b. Apr. 24, 1849. d. Sep. 12, 1852. 

2. P^benezerJ., b. Jan. 10, 1851. 

3. Charles F., b. Feb. 10, 1854. 

4. Edward R., b. Jan. 10, 1859. 

Edward H. Dillingham served in Co. I, 3d Reg't M. V. M., 



b. 


Sep. 


18, 


1803. 


d. 


Oct. 


IG, 


1887, 


b. 


Sep. 


4, 


1806. 


d. 


Jun. 


— , 


1878 


b. 


Jul. 


16, 


1810 










b. 


Jul. 


19, 


1813. 


d. 


Jan. 


— , 


1893, 


b. 
b. 


Oct. 
Nov. 


22, 
6, 


1817. 
1821. 










b. 


Oct. 


22, 


1824. 


d. 


Aug. 


21, 


1873. 



DESCENDANTS OF SA3IUEL HAM310ND. 2o 

at Xewburn, N. C, for 9 months, in 1862-3. He afterwards 
re-enlisted and died in tiie service of his country. 

4. Beiijainin^ resides in Xewton Centre, and is senior 
member of the firm of B. Hammond & Co., flour and urain 
dealers, Boston. He m. .Tun. 25. 1873. Alice D. AVriglit of 
Boston. Issue : 

1. Alice M., b. May 16, 1874. 

2. Edward H.. b. Aug. 29, 1877. 

3. Laura P., b. Jan. 6, 1884. 

f -4-5-1. Caleb,' oldest son of Seth Jr., was a farmer 
at East Fairhaven. He m. Oct. 17, 1802, Hannah Barlow, 
who was b. in 1787, and d. Oct. 23, 1861. Issue : 

1. Nathaniel, 

2. Aniittai, 
t 3. Caroline, 

4. Frederic P., 

5. Abby, 

6. Joseph, 

7. Nancy, 

Of these children, 3. Caroline" m. in 1827, James 
Stubbs, lig'ht-house keeper, who was b. in 1803, and d. in 
1862. After the death of her husband, Caroline continued the 
care of Palmer's Island Li<>ht in New Bedford Harbor. Issue : 
Sarah, Charlotte [m. JirehAV. Clifton of New Bedford], James, 
Charles, Samuel, John, and Plenry. 

5. Abby,® who lives in Taunton, m. Sep. 28, 1834, John 
Jenkins, who Avas b. Jun. 7, 1816, and d. May 11, 1865. 
Issue : 

1. Marv Abbie, b. Nov. 20, 1836. 

2. Rebecca Wing, b. Jul. 31,1844. 

7. Nancy* m. in 1840, Freeman Snow, and lived in East 
Fairhaven. Issue: Helen M., Joseph H., Hannah E., John 
F., Abbie, and Charles M. 

f-4-5-1-1 . Nathaniel,* oldest son of Caleb, was a farmer 
and stone-worker, and lived in New Boston. He m. about 
1820, Mary A. Dexter of Mattapoisett, who d. Apr. 14, 1873, 
ae. 69. Issue : 

1. Susan, b. May 30, 1821. 

2. Celinda, b. Mch. 15, 1826. 

3. Eliza D., b. Dec. 5, 1827. d. Oct. 26, 1860. 

4. George A., b. Jan. 26,1830. 

5. DrusillaM., b. Feb. 28, 1832. d. Dec. 31, 1865. 



24 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

G. Emila A., b. Jan 26, 1834. 

7. Charles W., b. Dec. 10,1835. d. Oct. 11, 1862. 

8. Mary Ann, b. Mch. 29, 1837. 

9. Albert, b. Aug. 26, 1839. d. Auo;. — , 1878. 

10. Josephine E., b. May 30,1841. 

11. Maria L., b. Aug. 4,1843. 

12. Fannie G., b. Aug. 2, 1845. d. Nov. 9, 1890. 

13. Sumner B., b. May 30,1847. 

14. Arabella, b. Dec. 14, 1849. 

Of Nathaniel's children, 7. Charles W.^ d. single, at sea; 
and 10. Josephine^ lives at Fairhaven, single. 

1. Susan, ^ who now lives at Middleboro', ni. Sep. 10, 
1842, William Shaw of Mattapoisett, who was b. in 1822. Her 
children, b. at Mattapoisett, are : AVilliam Nelson, Henry W., 
Sarali fJ., Susan Adelaide, Levi, Eben, Lewis AV., and Lillie. 

2. Celinda^ m. Mch. 1861, Daniel Dexter, a caulker 
of Edgartown, Martha's •Vineyard, where they now live. No 
issue. 

3. Eliza D.' m. Nov. 1852, Daniel Dexter, the present 
husband of Celinda. Issue : Flora and Mary Lizzie. 

4. Georj^e A.^ is a shoe manufacturer, and resides at 
North Middleboro', Mass. He ni. Nov. 14, 1848, Sarah J. 
Bumpvis, who d. Apr. 11, 1891. Issue: 

1. Georo-e Warren, b. May 28, 1851. 

2. Horace Clifford, b. May 28, 1854. d. Feb. 10, 1858. 

1. George Warren,'" who is a shoemaker at North 
Middleboro', m. Dec. 27, 1869, Idella C. Howes. Issue: 
1. Horace Clifford, b. July 12, 1874. 

5. Drusilla M.,' fourth daughter of Nathaniel, m. May 
1, 1850. Gilbert Lyon, a shoemaker at Campello,- Mass Issue : 

1. Frank M , b Dec. 24, 1852. 

2. Edgar M., b. Mch. 8,1854. 

Of Drusilla's children, Frank M.'" is a poultry-raiser 
and resides at Fairhaven, Mass., on the Noble Gelett place. 
He m. Dec. 24, 1882, Eliza W. Pattangall. Issue : Laura 
P., b. Oct. 18, 1883; and Marion, b. Sep. 17, 1892. 

Edgar M.'" is a shoemaker, and resides at Cochesett, West 
Bridgewater. He m. Sarah Smith, and has Eveline and Bertha, 
twins, AUie and Delia. 



DESCEXDANTS OF SAMUEL IIAMMOXD. ZO 

6. Emily A.' m, Sep. 12, 18()4, Clarence Bearse, a car- 
penter, and lives at New Bedford. Issue : Albert and Lottie 
Hicks. 

8, Mary Aiiii^ m. in 1857, Edward Saunders, a sailor 
and co(){)er, and lives at Fairhaven. Issue : Horace and 
George. 

9. Albert/ who was a shoemaker at New Bedford, m. 
Dec. 11, 18G9, Susan Dexter of Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard. 
No issue. 

11. Maria L." m. Feb. 27, 186G, Benjamin F. Austin, 
a car driver at New Bedford. No issue. 

12. Fannie G.® m. in 1870, John Gelett, a farmer at 
East Fairhaven, who was b. Nov. 23, 1836. Issue : Lena 
B., Mary L., Mabel M., John Jr., and Grace E. 

13. Sumner B./ who is a carpenter at New Bedford, m. 
Aug. 6, 1874, Emma E. Francis of Fairhaven, who was b. in 
Apr. 1854. Issue: Sadie, b. in 1875. 

14. Arabella^ m. Oct. 1, 18(18, Benjamin Brown, a belt- 
maker, and lives in Holyokc, Mass. Issue: Minnie Lena. 

f-4-5-1-2. Amittai,® second son of Caleb, was a farmer 
at Mattapoisett, and afterwards a truckman at New IV'dford, 
where he died. He m. Nov. 1, 1827, Eunice Chandler, who 
was b. Jan. 2, 179(5, and d. Dec. 31, 1876. Issue: 

1. HattieP:., b. Jiin. ", 1828. d. Apr. 30, 18G1. 

2. Caleb, b. Nov. 19, 1829. 

3. Jane W , b. Dec. 3, 1832. 

4. Francis W., b. Feb. 26,1836. 

5. Lucy S., b. Jan. 27, 1838. 

Of these children, 1. Harriet E.^ m. Nov. 1844, Nel- 
son B. Tinkham, farmer at Mattapoisett. Issue : Adeline, 
Emma T., Mary F., Allen W., Harris N., and Francis A. 

3. Jane W.« m. Nov. 28, 1850, William W. Wilson, 
a painter at Fairhaven, who was b. Sep. 12, 1830. Issue : 
Hattie M., Eunice C, Charles A., Abbie B., Henry L., and 
Chester B. 

5. Lucy S.' m. Jun. 6, 1857, Latimer S. Blake of New 
Bedford. Issue: Caleb H., Foster M., Harry M., Inez, 
Annie I., and Mabel V. 



26 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

2. Caleb,® oldest son of Amittai, is an architect and bnildcr 
at New Bedford. He served as a member of the Common 
Council five or six years, and of the Board of Aldermen several 
years, and was also a meniljer of the School Conmiittee. He 
m. Apr. 25, 1852, Annie T. Hazard, who was b. Oct. 20, 
1833. Issue: 

1. Edjiar, B., b. Mch. 18, 1854. 

2. Henry F., b. Oct. 18, 1856. 

Of Caleb's children, 1. Edg'ar B.,'" who is an architect 
at New Bedford, m. iMch. 2(), 1884, Annie V. B. Salsbury, 
who was b. -May 17, 1859. No issue. 

2. Henry F.,'" who is a carpenter at New Bedford, in. 
Apr. 11, 1882, Emma L. Fuller, who was b. Aug. 12, 1862. 
Issue : 

1. Frank F. T., b. Sep. 27, 1882. 

2. Chester B., b. Mch. 10, 1886. 

4. Francis W.,' second son of Amittai, who is a car- 
penter at New Bedford, m. Sep. 1861, Abbie A. Macoml)cr, 
who was b. Feb. 25, 1843. Issue : 

1. Arthur P., b. Auoj. 3, 18G2. 

2. Gertrude II., b. Ana. 7,1866. 

3. Oscar S., b. Mch. 27, 1868. 

f-4-5-1-4. Fi'ederic P.,'* third son of Caleb, was a 
farmer and laborer at Fairhaven, and has been thrice married. 
He in. 1st, Nov. 25, 1841, Nancy R. (ritford, who was b. 
Jun. 10, 1805, and d. Jun. 22, 1854. Issue : 

1. Elijah G., b. Aug. 14,1842. 

2. John S., b. Feb. 16, 1845. 

Fred m. 2d, Mch. 4, 1855, widow Emeline Tinkham, and 
had further issue : 

3. Herbert M.. b. Jun. 9,1857. 

Fred m. 3d, Dec. 25, 1870, Rebecca F. Mendell, who was 
b. Jan. 23, 1844. Issue : 

4. Alice May, b May — , 1870. 

5. Fred'c Francis, b. Jul. 25, 1872. 

6. Su.sie Leonard, b. Mch. 7, 1884. 

1. Elijah G./ oldest son of Frederic, is a painter and 
paper-hano-er at New Bedford. He m. 1st, May 10, 1863, 
Laura Doane. No issue. He m. 2d, Oct. 19, 1869, Mary 
Leonard, and had issue : 

1. George L., b. Jun. 25,1872. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 27 

2. John S.,^ second son of Fred, is a carpenter and 
builder, and resides at Mattapoisett. He m. Dec. 26, 18G6, 
Sarah P. Irish, who was b. Feb. 11, 1845. Issue : 



1. 

2. 
3. 


James L , 

Charles W., 
Sarah E., 


b. 
b. 
b. 


Jan. 
Jul. 
Dec. 


6, 

18, 
2 


1868, 
18G9 
1873 


4. 

5. 
G. 


Joseph I., f 
iMigene L, f 
Myrtle, 


b. 
b. 


INIay 
Aug. 


3, 
23, 


1880 
1885 



3. Herbert M./ third son of Fred, who is a milkman 
at Fairhaven, m. Dec. 25, IrSHG, Laura E. Curtis, who Avas b. 
Feb. 25, 1859. Issue: 

1. Chester M., b. Sep. 24, 1887. 

f-4-5-l-(5. Joseph,* fourth son of Caleb, is a farmer at 
New Boston, on the old homestead. He m. Jan. 15, 1846, 
Harriet Macomber, who was b. Apr. 11, 1829. Issue: 

1. AVilliam, 

2. Deborah, 

3. ]\Iarietta, 

4. Arthur C, 

5. Henry W. , 

6. Clarence W., 

7. Hattie T., 

Of these children, Deborah" d. sing-le, and William^ 

is a laborer at Fairhaven, simple. 

3. Marietta^ m. Xov. 19, 1868, Martin Snow Jr., of 
Mattapoisett, and liad issue : 

1. Ella^Iartin, b. Jul. 22, 1869. 

4. Arthur C./ who is a farmer at Fairhaven, m. Jul. 10, 
1884, Janette Pierce, who was b. Nov. 26, 1864. Issue : 



b. 


in 




1849. 






1). 


in 




1850. 


d. Mch. 


10, 1861 


b. 


Mch. 


6, 


1851. 


d. Jan. 


— , 1874 


b. 
b. 


Dec. 
in 


20, 


1852. 
1854. 






b. 


Jan. 


24, 


1856. 






b. 


May 


14, 


1863. 







1. Lerov C, 


b. 


Sep. 


11, 1885, 


2. Clinton P., 


b. 


Dec. 


I, 1887, 


3. Everett N., 


b. 


Dec. 


19, 1890, 



5. Henry W./ who is a laborer at Fairhaven, m. Sep. 17, 
1878, Ftumie E. Bumpus. Issue : 



1. 


Lewis C, 


b. 


Jan. 


— ^ 


1879. 


2. 


Harry C, 


b. 


Oct. 


4,' 


1881. 


3. 


Marietta F., 


b. 


Sep. 


11, 


1884. 


4. 


Ethel E , 


b. 


l^Lay 


9, 


1889. 


5. 


Lillian T., 


b. 


Mch. 


15, 


1891. 



6. Chvrence W.," who is a carpenter at Fairhaven, m. 
Aug. 8, 1889, Susie L. Mendell. Issue: 
1. Ida W., b. Aug. 8, 1890. 



28 HAMMOXD GEXEALOGY. 

7. Hattie T./ who lives at New Bedford, m. May 7, 
1881, ILirry N. Tinkham. Issue: Edith and Emma. 



II. -SAMUEL HAMMOXD 2d, OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

t. Samuer Haiiiiiioiid 2(1, third 'son of SamueP, 
[Benjamin,* William,'] prol)al)ly lived on the West Xeek, Mat- 
tapoisett, near his lather. He m. Xov. 3, 1780, Elizabeth 
Edmister (possibly Deliverance Admixter) , and had issue : 



1. 


Samuel 3(1, 


b. 


Nov. 


5, 


1732. 


d. 


2. 


rriscilla. 


b. 


Jul. 


18, 


1734. 


d. 


3. 

4. 


Innocent, > 
Edminstev, \ 


b. 


Jan. 


5, 


1737. 


d. 


5. 


Zephahiah, 


b. 


AUCT. 


18, 


1740. 


d. 


6. 


Lucy, 


b. 


Aug. 


4, 


1742. 


d. 


7. 
8. 


Seth, } 
Bnrnabas, ^ 


b. 


Sep. 


15, 


1744. 


d. 


9. 


Rose, 


b. 


Feb. 


) 


1746. 


d 



Of these children, nothing further is known of Priscilla, 
Innocent, Zephaniah, Lucy and Rose. 

t-4. Edmister' m. 1st, Nov. 5, 17G3, Elizabeth Cor- 
nish at Dartmouth. He m. 2d, Apr. 9, 17G9, Mary Meigs at 
Rochester. Issue, if any, unknown. 



1.— SAMUEL 3d, of LAKEVILLE, MASS. 

f-l. Samuel 3d,' oldest son of Samuel 2d, probably 
lived in the present town of Lakeville, Mass. He m. Jan. 27, 
1749, Mary Turner of Dartmouth. Issue : 

1. Cadierine, b. May 18, 1749. d. 

2. Mercy, b. May 9, 1751. d. 

3. Christopher, b. Nov. 23, 1753. d. Feb. — , 1824. 

4. Almy, b. Jan. 8, 1758. d. 

5. Anne, b. about 1760. d. 

6. Molly, b. about 1762. d. 

7. Freelove, b. d. 

Of these children, Mercy® and Molly* died quite old, 
single; Fi'eelove,® called "Lovy," formerly lived at Matta- 
poisett, also single ; and of Aliny* nothing further is known. 

1. Catherine® m. May 10, 1770, Simeon AndrcAvs at 
Dartmouth, where she probably lived. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 29 

5. Anne* m. Dec. 12, 1781, Joseph Slioeklev, and lived 
near "Sampson's Tavern" in Lakeville, Mass., on her father's 
place. Issue : William, Ephraim, Pollv, Esther, and Joseph 
Jr. 

Joseph Jr, m. Sally Alden, and had 15 children, the oldest 
of Avhoni, Capt. Joseph Shockley, recently d. at New Bedford. 

•|-_1_3. Christopher/ called Capt. "Kit," was a sea cap- 
tain, and lived near " Sampson's Tavern " in Lakeville, and d. 
in Nantucket. He m. 1st, Aug. 15, 1784, Desire Tobey, who 
was b. in 1758, and d. Nov, 1810, and is buried at the Pond 
Cemetery, Lakeville. Issue: 1, Rebecca; 2 and 3, Elisha 
and Samuel, twins, b. 1787; 4, Betsey; 5, Polly; 6, Pa- 
tience, b. 1794, d. 1859; 7, Thomas; 8, Sally; 9 and 10, 
Lemuel and Harriet, twins; 11, Catherine, b. 1802, d. 1839. 

Christopher m. 2d, a widow Nickerson of Nantucket, where 
he d. without further issue. 

Of the above children, 1. Rebecca' m. diaries AVinant, lived 
in New York City, and d. in flersey City, N. J. Issue : Eliza- 
beth, and Ennna who m. -John Maccabee of -Jersey City ; 
9 and 10, Lemuel and Harriet, twins, d. at two or three years 
of age. 

f-l-o-3. Samuel' was a sea captain, and lived at 
"Lund's Corner," Head-of-tlie-liiver, New Bedford. He m. 
1st, Betsey Spooner, who d. Dec. 8, 182;}, x. 35. Issue : 
Nancy, Joshua and Lizzie. Of these children, Nancy m. 
a Shaw; Joshua d. with cholera at 10 or 12 years of age; 
and Lizzie d. in infancy. 

Samuel m. 2d, Lucy Manchester, and moved to Albany, or 
Utica, N. Y., where he afterwards died, proljably without 
further issue. 

4. Betsey' m. Nov. 2, 1811, Joseph AVarren, lived at 
" Padan Aram," Dartmouth, and had Joseph Warren Jr. 

5. Polly' m. Charles Spooner, lived in Ohio, and had 
Philip Loring, a laAvyer, and other children. 

6. Patience' m. Sep. 13, 1815, Thomas Holmes, who 
was b. Dec. 7, 1791, and d. May 22, 186G, and was a farmer 
at New Bedford, where both dietl. Issue : Betsey, Thomas, 
Charity, and Mary, b. in Mattapoisett ; Eliza, Church, Samuel, 
and Abby, b. in AYoodstock, Vt. 



30 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

7. Thomas/ Avho was a carpenter, in New York City, 
afterwards iiioved to Newark, N. J., where he probably died. 

He married , and had issue, but nothing further 

can be learned in regard to his family. 

8. Sally" m. Stephen Snow of Mattapoisett, where were born 
four children : Sere})ta, Kebecca, Elisha, and Charles. They 
then moved to Lowell, and afterwards to (Linton, Mass., Avhere 
both died, and where the following children were born : Olive, 
Sarah, Lucinda, George, and Mary Ann. Olive m. George 
Wright of Hyde Park, Mass. 

11. Catherine' m. Aug. 3, 1820, Chandler Carver, who 
was a ropemaker and lived at Plymouth, Mass., where both 
died. Issue : Thomas C. of New Bedford, Desire T., Mary A., 
William H., Edwin E., Sanuiel, Catherine A., Lucy A., and 
James M. 

f-1-3-2. Elisha/ oldest son of Christopher, and twin 
brother of Samuel, was a farmer and lived and d. (May 2(], 
1858), in the northwesterly part of the old town of Rochester. 
He m. Apr. 26, 1812, Sally Macomber, and had issue : 

1. Orrin, b. in 1815. d. in 1853. 

f-1-3-2-1. Orriii*^ Avas a farmer on his father's place in 
Eochester, Ijut d. at San Erancisco, Cal. He m. Nov. 23, 
1838, Hannah A. Fisher, who was b. in 1812, and d. in 1872. 
Issue : 

d. in 1841. 



1. 


Ald«n M., 


i). 


in 




1840. 


2. 


llattie F., 


b. 


Dec. 


4, 


1843. 


3. 


Sarah E., 


b. 


Nov. 


9, 


1845. 


4. 


Albert A., 


b. 


in 




1847. 


5. 


Amelia F. 


b. 


Oct. 


12, 


1849. 


G. 


Almira M., 


b. 


Dec. 


9, 


1851. 



d. in 1849. 

d. Mch. 11, 1889. 

Of these children, Hattie YJ m. Dec. 3, 1867, Frank 
Harvey, and lives at Lakeville. No issue. 

3. Sarah E.® m. 1st, Apr. 5, 18(50, Louis Finney, Avho 
d. Apr. 21, 1871. Issue: Mabel Lewis and Cora Ham- 
mond. Sarah E. m. 2d, Jun. 23, 1874, Reuben Simmons, 
who d. Dec. 22, 1884, without issue. Sarah E. resides at 
Middleboro', ilass. 

5. Amelia F.^ m. 1st, Oct. 15, 1857, Isaac Haskins, 
and had a son, Herbert. Amelia F. m. 2d, Feb. 14, 1878, 



DESCEXDAXTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOXD. 31 

Bennajali Hathaway, and lives at Raynliani, Mass. Issue : 
Emma Hammond, George Orrin, Harold Lewis, and Julia 
Francis. 

(k AllTlira M.* or Mvra, m. Oct. 1<S(37, Henry T. Maxim, 
and lived at Taunton, Mass. Issue : Elbrido-e and Luella. 



7._SETH OF ACUSHNET, MASS. 

■J--7. Seth/ fifth son of Samuel 2d, lived near Welden's 
Cotton Factory, Acushnet. He m. Jan. 6, 1773, Mary Bolles, 
and had issue: 1. Seth Jr., who d. at the age of 70; and 
2. jNIercy. 

Seth probably had other children, but notliing further is 
knoAvn. 

Of his children, Mercy" lived at Acushnet, or North New 
Bedford, and m. Jul. 18, 1802, Noah Hathaway. A descend- 
ant, Job Hathaway, lives near the Head-ot-the-River, Acushnet. 

t-7-1. Setli Jr.* lived near Welden's Factory, Acushnet, 
but afterwards moved to New Ik'dford, where he died. He m. 
Dec. 15, 179(>, Elizabeth Randall. Issue: 1. John Randall, 
d. Aug. 23, 1878, a;. 82; 2. Mercy; 3. Charles; 4. Henry; 
5. Polly; 6. Cordelia; 7. Nancy; 8. Susan; 1). Eliza; 
10. Sel^h; 11. Sally. 

Of these children, 2. Mercy,' b. 1801, m. Jabez Gorham 
of jNIattapoisett, where she d, without issue, Oct. 7, 1874, 
SX3. 73. 

3. Charles' was a mariner and lived at AVelden's Factory. 
He m. Eliza Crocker, and had a son Elbridge, who d. single. 

4. Henry' d. in New York at the age of 22, single ; and 
9. Eliza' d. at New Bedford, single. 

5. Polly' m. Palmer Haskell, andd. in Rochester, without 

issue. 

6. Cordelia,' b. 1809, m. Edson DeMoranville, and d. 
at Long Plain, Acushnet, Apr. 16, 1888. Issue: Meribah, 
Elizabeth, Cordelia; Lucy, Sophronia, and Deborah. 

7. !N"ancy' in. 1st, Amos Cushing, and had one son, who 
d. at the age of 14. She m. 2d, William Thatcher, and had 



32 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

two children, William and Nancy. Of these children, William 
d. in the War ; and Nancy m. Joseph Keynolds and lived and 
d. in New Bedford. Nancy [Hammond] Thatcher is living at 
Newport, K. 1. 

S. Susan,' who lives in New Bedford, m. Feb. 10, 1845, 
'\^'illianl II. Hubbard, and has'twin daughters, Mary Elizabeth 
and Adeline. Mary Elizabeth d. at the age of 4 years ; and 
Adeline m. George L. Durfee of New Bedford, and has two 
children, William and Susie. 

10. Setli' lived in Acushnet, but afterwards left his family 
and went South, perhaps to Florida. He ni. Dec. 2, 1846, 
Jane M. Orcntt, and had issue : 

1. Emily, b. Aug. 7, 1847. 

11. Stilly,' at the age of 16 or 17, went to Utah, and 
lived with the Mormons. 

f-7-1-1. Joliii Kaiidall,' oldest son of Seth Jr., lived 
in the Morse neighborhood, Acushnet, where he d. x. about 80. 
He ni. 1st, about 1821, Kuth Turner, and had issue : 



]. 


Charles, 


b. 


.Alay 


22, 


1822. 








•2. 


Ilonrv, 


b. 


in 




1824. 








3. 


RLUh'A., 


b. 


Apr. 


7, 


1830. 


(1. 


in 


1870. 


4. 


Job Earl, 


b. 


Jul. 


19. 


1831. 


d. 


]\Iay 


11, 1884. 


5. 


Calvin, 


b. 


Feb. 


22 


1837. 


d. 


May 


27, 1890. 



John Eandall m. 2d, in 1840, Orpha B. [Hall] Haskins, 
iind had issue : 

6. Andrew Jackson, b. in 1843. d. Jun. 18, 1885. 

Of John Kandall's children, 2. Henry, ^ Avho was formerly 
a sailor, lives at Cuttyhunk, Mass., single. During the War 
he served in the ship Su[)ply, and in the gunboat Sachem, and 
was a member of Co. F, od Keg't Alass. V. jNI. 

5. Calvin P/ during the War was a member of Co. B, 
3d lieg't, Mass. Heavy Artillery. He was nuistered into the 
service May 19, 1863, and discharged Jun. 9, 1865. In early 
life he was a sailor and telegraph operator ; and at the time of 
his death, which occurred at Kochester, was a pensioner. 

3. Ruth A.* m. in 1850 George 11. Taber, and lived in 
New Bedford. Issue: Elizabeth, George L., Susan E., and 
Arthur F. 



« 



DESCENDANTS OF SA3IUEL HAMMOND. 33 

f-7-1-1-1. Charles/ oldest son of John R., was for- 
merly a whaler and stonemason, but now a grocer in New 
Bedford. He m. Feb. 2, 1848, Jane C. Gorham, daughter of 
Jabez Gorham, who d. Sep. 1, 1860. Issue: 

1. Charles, b. in 1850. d. young. 

2. RebtccaJ., b. Dec. 23,1852. 

3. Herbert, b. Oct. — , 1855. 

4. Isabella, b. in 1858. d. young. 

2. Rebecca J.," who lives in New Bedford, m. Nov. 29, 
1866, Thomas H. Wall of New Bedford. Issue : 

1. Annie B. R., b. Oct. 19, 1867. d. Apr. 15, 1868. 

2. Herbert 11., b. Jan. 1,1874. 

3. :\Iary II. D. K., b. Sep. 20, 1879. d. Feb. 17, 1882. 

3. Herbert^ is a grocer with his father, Kempton St., New 
Bedford. He m. Jun': 23, 1889, Mary Kelley of Churchill, 
N. Y., and has issue : 

1. Mary Corrine, b. Jan. 1. 1891. 

2. Son, b. Feb. 6, 1892. 

t-7-1-1-4. Job Earl," third son of John R., who was 
a shoemaker at Fairhaven, m. in 1851 Ruby A. Haskins, and 
had issue : 

1. William II., b. Sep. 10,1851. 

2. John N., b. Jul. 11, 1855. 

3. Henrietta F., b. Jul. 1,1858. d. Jul. 4,1862. 

4. Tott, b. Jul. 14, 1861. d. Jun. 28, 1862. 

5. Job Herbert, b. Aug. 5, 1863. 

6. Ruth Alice, b. Nov. 27, 1866. 

7. Amy Belle. b. Jun. 16, 1870. d. Sep. 28, 1872. 

8. Emery Walton, b. Dec. 25, 1872. 

9. Frank Bowers, b. Jun. 11,1876. 

Of these children, William H./ Emery,' and Fraiik,^ 

live at North New Bedford, single ; and Job Herbert® also 
single, is a shoemaker at North Middleboro, Mass. 

6. Ruth A.' m. Sep. 8, 1885, James N. Cobb of Marion, 
and lives in Acushnet. Issue : Roland. 

2. John N.,* second son of Job Earl, who is a laborer 
and lives in Acushnet, m. Ella F. Reynolds. Issue : 

1. Fred Nelson, b. Apr. 26, 1875. 

2. Charles Albert, b. Aug. 9 , 1877. 

3. Ethel Francis, b. May 12, 1880. 

4. Harry Allen, b. Apr. 11,1882. 

5. Edward Clifford, b. Nov. 28, 1884. 

6. Kenneth Roslin, b. Dec. 18, 1886. 

7. Clement Swift, b. Mch. 20, 1889. 

4 



34 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

t-7-1-1-6. Andrew Jackson/ youngest son of John 
Randall, who was a silver polisher, m. 1st, in 1862, Emma J. 
Sloeiim of New Bedford. No issue. He m. 2d, Jul. 13, 
1870, Annie M. Tripp of New Bedford, who d. in 1880. 
Issue : One child that d. young. 



8.— BARNABAS OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

•|--8. Barnabas," sixth son of Samuel 2d, m. at Roches- 
ter, Dec. G, 1770, Mary Clark, daughter of David and Maria 
[Hammond] Clark. He probably had a son : 

1. Seth 3d, b. in 1773. d. Jun. 26, 1841. 

Barnabas probably had other children, but the records cannot 
be found. 

|_8-1. Setli Hammond 3d,** probably son of Barnabas, 
was b. at Fairhaven or Acushnet in 1773, and d. at Marion, 
Jun. 26, 1841. He was a sea captain, and lived near the 
AVeweantit River, Marion, where all his children were born. 
He m. 1st, Nov. Id, 1794, Elizabeth Damon of Fairhaven, 
and liad issue : 



1. 


Catherine, 


b. 


Jul. 


30, 


1797. 


d. 








2. 


Abigail, 


b. 


in 




1800. 


d. 


Alio-. 


20, 


18G3. 


3. 


Charles B., 


b. 


:\Iay 


2, 


1802. 


<i. 


Feb. 


14, 


1857. 


4. 


Clement, 


b. 


in 




1804. 


d. 


Aug. 


6, 


1850. 


5. 


Eliza, 


b. 


Apr. 


20, 


1806. 


d. 








6. 


Jane, 


b. 


Apr. 


7, 


1808. 


d. 








7. 


Sarah, 


b. 


Jun. 


30, 


1810. 


d. 


Jan. 


16, 


1879. 


8. 


Leonard, 


b. 


Jan. 


22, 


1813. 


d. 


in 




185G. 



Seth 3d m. 2d, Jul. 13, 1818, Elizabeth [Hannnond] 
Blankenship, daughter of Capt. Edward Hammond, and Avidow 
of Job Blankenship. No further issue. 

Of these children, 1. Catherine^ m. Aug. 8, 1816, Jireh 
Clifton of Marion. Issue : Fannie, Harriet, Charles, and 
Joseph. 

2. Abig'aiF m. in 1825, Charles Damon of Marion. Issue : 
Charles, Albert, and Helen. 

5. Eliza' m. Oct. 5, 1823, William Haney, or Hana, of 
Marion, and had issue : Catherine, Sophronia, and William Jr. 

6. Jane' m. Jan. 1, 1832, William Taylor of New York 
City, and had Virginia, who d. young. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 35 

7. Sarah' m. 1st, Oliver Hunt, and had AVilliam H., 
Sarah M., and Carrie A^^., who d. young-. 

Sarah m. 2d, Eleazor AVitherspoon, and had AA^ilhird AV., 
George F., and Frank E. 

S. Leonard' m. Alch. 1S41, Alary Pierce, and d. in Cali- 
fornia, without issue, in 1<S56. 

I-8-1-0. Charles B.' was a sea captain and lived at 
Marion. He ni. Kuth A, Nickerson, who was h. Jul. 12, 
1801, and d. Dec. 12, 1873. Issue : 



1. 


Betsey D., 


b. 


Jun. 


8, 


1826. 


(1. Dec. 


23, 1891 


2. 


Josiah N., 


b. 


Jan. 


12, 


1828. 


d. 




3. 


Clement, 


b. 


Jun. 


1'^, 


1.S30. 


d. Oct. 


7, 1831 


4. 


Alniira Reed, 


1). 


All.;. 


,s. 


1<S36. 


d. 




0. 


Charles A., 


b. 


Oct. 


2S, 


1S38. 







Of these children, 1. Betsey D.^ d. single at Alarion. 

4. Ahnira Reed m. Jan. G, 1857, Charles H. Briggs, 
and lived at Alarion. She liad one son, Edward. 

2. Josiah N.,** oldest son of Charles B., who was a sailor, 
lived at Alarion until the latter part of his life, when he moved 
to Fairhaven. He m. Xov. 1(), 1861, Elizabeth A. Chase of 
Fairhaven, and had issue : 

1. Herbert E., b. Jan 17, 18G5. 

1. Herbert E.," who resides at. South Dartmouth, m. 
Apr. 22, 188(3, Sarah A. Scharves, who was b. in Xew Bedford, 
Mch. 20, 1865. Issue: 

1. :\Iabel Elinor, b. Jun. 6, 1887. 

2. Edith Elizabeth, b. Jan. 7, 1890. 

f-8-1-3-5. Charles A.,* youngest son of Charles B., 
who is a carpenter at ^Marion, m. Oct. 21, 1860, Ellen A. 
Chadwick of Marion. Issue : 

1. Hannah Maria, b. Sep. 10, 1862. 

2. Horace Allen, b. Jun. 20, 1866. 

3. Annie C, b. Mch. 5, 1872. 

4. Ruth E., b. Oct. 12, 1873. 

1. Hannah Maria** m. Xov. 29, 1887, AVilliam A. 
Gurney, and resides in Marion. Issue : Elmer Augustus. 

2. Horace Allen" in. Sep. 25, 1890, Mary A. Stowell 
of Xorth Brookfield, Mass., where they now reside. X"o issue. 



36 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

■J--8-1-4. Clement/ second son of Seth 3d, was a captain 
in the whaling- service, and lived on " Great Neck," Marion. 
He m. about 1825-6, Charity Allen, and had issue : 



1. 


Seth, 


b. 


Oct. 


4, 


1S27. 


d. 


in 


1860-61. 


2. 


Eiiwy E., 


b. 


Feb. 


27, 


1831. 








3. 


Clenient M., 


b. 


:\rch. 


22, 


1833. 


(1. 


Jul. 


29, 1874. 


4. 


Mary A.. 


b. 


:Mch. 


1-1, 


1835. 


d. 


in 


1864. 


5. 


Abigail D., 


b. 


Jan 


29, 


1837. 


b. 


Sep. 


23, 1841. 


6. 


Saraii B., 


b. 


July 


27, 


1839. 


d. 


Jul. 


27, 1S41. 


7. 


Sarah A., 


b. 


Mch. 


11, 


1842. 


b. 


Jan. 


1, 1849. 



Of these children, Mary A. d. single at Marion ; and Abigail 
D., Sarali B., and Sarali A. d. young. 

■j- —8-1-4—1. Seth,* Avho Avas a sea captain and lived at 
Marion, was lost at sea. He ni. about 1850 Emily O. Men- 
dell, and had issue : 

1. Ernest, b. in 1852. d. May 6, 1873. 

2. Oscar Mortimer, b. Jul. 3, 1854. d. in 1872. 

3. Emily O., b. Mch. 20, 1855. d. in infancy. 

Of these children, 1. Ernest/ who was a sailor, m. Ada 
Hunt, and d. at Marion without issue. 

2. Oscar Mortimer^ wa; in the employ of R. H. White, 
Boston, where he d. single. 

•[■-8-1-4—2. EtlAvy E.* is a retired sea captain, and lives 
at "Great Neck," Marion. He m. Sep. 17, 1863, Adeline S. 
Post of New York City, who was b. Jun. 19, 1831. No issue. 

•j-_8-l-4-3. Clement M.* was a captain in the whaling 
service, and was lost at sea off the West Indies. He m. Sep. 
8, 1858, Mary S. Babcock, who was b. Aug. 17, 1838. Issue : 



1. 


Clement Milton, 


b. 


Oct. 


15, 


1859. 






2. 


Emma Scott, 


b. 


Jul. 


17, 


1861. 






3. 
4. 


Amy A., f 

Agnes M., ^ 


b. 


Apr. 


17, 


1864. 






5. 


Lydia B., 


b. 


Aug. 


24, 


1865. 


d. 


young. 


6. 


Minnie Scott, 


b. 


Apr. 


6, 


1868. 






7. 

8. 


SethM., I 
Ida P., I 


b. 


Jan. 


24, 


1870. 


d. 


young. 


9. 


Seth G., 


b. 


Apr. 


28, 


1871. 


d. 


young, 


10. 


Anna A., 


b. 


Jun. 


13, 


1872. 


d. 


young, 



Of these children, 1, Clement Milton' is business man- 
ager of the JS/ew York IVoi^ld, and resides at Metuchen, 
N. J. He m. Jul. 14, 1880, Ada M. Getchel of Mattapoisett. 
Issue : 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 37 

1. Milton, b. Dec. 3, 1881. d. in 1885. 

2. Florence, b. Jan. 30, 1888. 

2. Emma Scott^ m. Sep. 14, 1880, George A. Hart, 
and lives at Taunton, Mass. Issue: Eiiima M., Ida Allen, 
and George Clement. 

3. Amy A.' m. Oct. 1888, Jacob B. Savery, and lives 
at Marion. No issue. 

6. Mimiie,' or Mary, m. Feb. 23, 1888, Arthur H., 
son of Capt. Arthur H. Hammond of Wareham, Mass. Issue : 
BethiahH., b. Jul. 31, 1890. 

8. Ida P.=' m. Mch. 1891, Frank Lincoln, and lives at 
Wareham. No issue. 

4. Agnes M.^ resides with her mother at AYareham, ]Ma8s. 



III.-^THOMAS HAMMOND OF NEAV BEDFORD. 

f. Thomas^ Hammond, fourth son of SanuieP [Benj.,* 
William'], lived at New Bedfoi-d (then a part of Dartmouth). 
Besides land in Rochester, he received from his father 50 acres 
of land situated in the tOAvn of AVales, Mass. He m. Apr. (5, 
1721, Sarah Spooner, and had issue : 



1 


Benjamin, 


b. Mch. 


27, 


1722. 


d. 








2. 


Wiliiani, 


b. Aug. 


17, 


1724. 


d. 








3. 


Abitrail, 


b. Feb. 


6, 


1726. 


d. 


May 


6, 


1739 


4. 


INIaria, 


b. May 


9, 


1729. 


d. 








5. 


Samuel, 


b Apr. 


29, 


1731. 


d. 


May 


16, 


1801 


6. 


Lovina, 


b. Feb. 


9, 


1734. 


d. 








7. 


Thomas, Jr., 


b. Nov. 


1, 


1736. 


d. 








8. 


Jabez, 


b. July 


28, 


1738. 


d. 


Sep. 


G, 


1809, 


9. 


Prince, 


b Jan. 


7, 


1741. 


d. 









Of these children, nothing further is known of 3Iaria or 
Prijice. 

6. Lovina^ m. Jan. 10, 1750-51, John Chase and lived 
at Dartmouth. Issue : Rhoda, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Rhoda, 
Benjamin, Isaac, Meriah, Sarah, Hannah, and John. 

f— 1. Benjamin," oldest son of Thomas, probably lived in 
New Bedford. He m, Mch. 24, 1742-3, Hannah Gifford at 
Dartmouth, and had issue : 



38 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. Fear, b. Apr. 6, 1744. d. 

2. AVilliam, b. Sep. 6, 1745. il. 

3. Zoeth, b. May 2. 1747. d. 

4. John. ) 1, rk t m iv^o d. 
.->,.,,> b. Oct. 10, 1749. , 

5. ^Meribah, J d. 

6. Rebecca, b. Jul. 7, 1750. d. 

7. Andria, b. Aug. 18, 1752. d. 

Of these children, 1. Fear® m. Nov. 22, 1774, James 
Williams at Dartmouth, now New Bedford. Fear proljably 
m. 2d, Jun. 4, 1780, Samuel Gibson at Dartmouth. No issue 
known. 

2. William^ m. Nov. 15, 17 69, Dorothy Sherman at 
Dartmouth. Nothing further known. 

3. Zoeth'^ m. Mch. 10, 1775, Lois Valler of Plymouth, 
Mass., and probably went West. 

4. John" m. Oct. 17, 1782, Silvia Eldridge at Dartmouth. 
Nothing further known. 

f-7. Thomas Jr./ fourth son of Thomas, lived, and 
probably died, at that part of Dartmouth which is now Ncav 
Bedford, Mass. He m. Feb. 17, 1760, Mary Taber, and 
had issue : 

1. Salathiel, b. Jun. 30, 1761. d. 

2. Thankful, b. Oct. 19, 17G5. d. 

3. Prince, b. May 5, 1769. d. 

Of these children, 1. SalathieF m. Oct. 27, 1785, Eunice 
Young of Dartmouth ; and ThaiikfiiF m. Nov. 1, 1789, John 
Sanford of Dartmouth. 



2.— AVILLIAM HAMMOND OF WALES, MASS., AND 
NORTHEKN NEW YORK. 

f. William,'' second son of Thomas" [Samuel,^ Benj.,^ 
William'], was b. at New Bedford, Aug. 17, 1724. He 
probably moved first to AY ales, Hampden Co., Mass.,* and 
afterwards settled in the northern part of the State of New 
York, perhaps at or near Pittstown, Rensselaer Co. He m. in 
1745 Elizabeth Sheperd, who m. 2d, Archy Macomber. Issue : 

1. Benjamin, b. Apr. 5, 1746. d. 

2. Sarah, b. Apr. 19, 174S. d. 

3. Paul, b. Dec. 27, 1757. d. Aug. S, 1S38. 

4. AVilliam, Jr , b. Jun. 1, 1766. d. Apr. 4, 1821. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 39 

1. Benjamin*' probably m. May 28, 1774, at New Bed- 
ford, Hannah Talhuan, but the issue, if any, is not known. 



(3.)— PAUL OF XORTHAMPTOX, AND PENFIELD, 

N. Y. 

■J--3. Paul,^* second son of William, and probably b. at 
Wales, Hampden Co., Mass., m. at Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., 
N. Y., and moved to Northampton (Northville), Fulton Co., 
about 1795, where many ofhis children were born. About 1815 
-20 he moved to Penfield, Monroe Co., afterwards Webster, 
where he was living at the time of his death. He was a soldier 
in the Revolutionary War, and afterwards a farmer. He m. in 
1780, Mary (called" Polly) Fuller, who was b. at Easton, Mass., 
Dec. 14, 1763, and d. at Concord, Pa., Jul. 9, 1842. Issue: 



1. 


Abner, 


b. 


Jul. 


24, 


1 782. 


d. 


Dec. 


22, 


1813. 


2. 


Benoni G., 


b. 


Feb. 


IC, 


17S4. 


d. 


Dec. 


24, 


1866. 


3. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


May 


4, 


1786. 


d. 








4. 


William, 


b. 


Jul. 


27, 


1788. 


d. 


Mch. 


20, 


1.S60. 


5. 


Charles, 


b. 


Sep. 


19, 


1790. 


d. 


Feb. 


6, 


1794. 


6. 


Ruth, 


b. 


Feb. 


7, 


1792. 


d. 


in 




1S60. 


7. 


Bartimeus, 


b. 


Mch. 


16, 


1794. 


d. 


Oct. 


23, 


1823. 


H. 


Paul, Jr., 


b. 


Jan 


26, 


1797. 


d. 


Feb. 


«, 


1880. 


9. 


Samuel, 


b. 


Feb. 


1, 


1799. 


d. 


Mch. 


4, 


1884. 


10. 


Naomi, 


b. 


Mch. 


11, 


1801. 


d. 


Jan. 


— , 


1892. 


11. 


Sarah , 


b. 


Sep. 


11, 


1803. 


d. 


Jun. 


25, 


1890. 


12. 


Mahal a. 


b. 


Mch. 




1805. 


d. 


Oct. 


25, 


1807. 


13. 


Amanda M., 


b. 


Oct. 


30,' 


1806. 


d. 


Apr. 


23, 


1891. 


14. 


Mary, 


b. 


Oct. 


31, 


1810. 


d. 









Of these children, Charles' and Mahala' d. younu" ; 
Bartiniens,' who was b. blind, never married ; and 3Iary' 

* There is a tradition .nnd a Bilile record tliat Paiil Hammond was born in Eiifrlnnd, 
but these may liave arisen ironi the fact th:it he was probably born in Wales. Mass. 

Long before tlie writer got tlie record of this branch lie liad learned from several 
sources that they were directly related to tiie Dutchess County branch of Hammonds 
of New Yoriv, wliose ancestor came to tiiis country in 1634, they i)einjf directly 
descended from Samuel Hammontl^, [Thomas,* Samuel,^ Benjamin,* William' j, 
whose wife was Hannah Sheperd. 

Jacob Hammond, late of Farmington, N. Y., and a descendant of this Dutchess 
County family, in his yontli knew both Paul and his In'other William. Referring to 
a visit of Paul to liis (Jacob's) father in Sr.ratoga Co., after Paul moved to western 
New York, he says: "I well recollect, on the occasion of Paul's eastern visit at my 
fatlier's house, of his rcnuirkii g to father that they were as nearly related as they 
could be and not be brotliers, as their fathers were lirothers and their mothers were 
sisters. This I tliink effectually disposes of the tradition of English liirth." 

Andrew b. Hammond of Dutchess Co. and others give corroborative testimony. 
If tlie Paul Hammond and Dutchess Co. branches are closely related (and of this 
there is no reasonable doubt) it is not probal)le that Paul Hammond was born in 
England. 



40 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

is supposed to have gone west with tlie Mormons at the time of 
their settlement in Ohio, about 1830-31. 

■|--3-l. Abner' was a soklier in the War of 1812, and 
was killed u})on the Niagara Frontier, as western New York 
was then called. He m. Fela Van Antwerp, and is said to 
have had five children, of whom nothing is known. 

f-3-3. Elizabeth^ m. Caleb Lobdell, and probably lived 
at or near AVatertown, N. Y. Issue: Samuel, John B., 
Jerusha, and another daughter Avho probably d. young. 

f-S-G. Rutli/ second daughter of Paul Sr., m. Norman 
Wads worth, and lived and d. at Watertown, N. Y. Issue: 
Paul, Abner, Lloyd, Lemond, Samuel, Sally, and Mahala. 

■|--3-9. Samuel,' seventh son of Paul Sr., was for many 
years a farmer at Webster, Monroe Co., N. Y. In the summer 
of 1867 he went to California, and finally d. at Hollister, San 
Benito Co., Mch. 4, 1884. He m. 1823, Clarissa Close, who 
d. at Webster, iMonroe Co., N. Y., Jul. 2S, 1828. Issue: 



1. 


Mary Caroline, 


b. 


Dec. 


22, 1823. 








2. 


Corlista, 


b. 


in 


1S25. 


d. in 




1S30 


3. 


Charles Yates, 


b. 


Jul. 


IS, 1,S26. 


d. Sep. 


27, 


, 1884, 



1. Mary Caroline* m. in 1848, William P. Glover, and 
lives at Webster, N. Y. Issue: Lewellyn P., Clara, and 
Eugene A. 

■j-_3_9_2 . Charles Yates* went to California about 1 847-8 
as a volunteer in the army during the Mexican War, during 
which service he received injuries which finally resulted in his 
death, which occurred at Napa City, Sep. 27, 1884. After 
the Mexican War he settled on "New York" ranch, Amador 
Co., where he engaged in literary pursuits, and contril^uted to 
the leading newspapers of the state. During the late CUvil 
War he was at one time editor of the Amador Lf^dger. He 
afterwards founded the Yolo Mnil which he afterwards disposed 
of on account of failing health, and engaged in farming. He 
m. Apr. 1853, Maria S. CVunpljell, nee Robinson, who was b. 
Feb. 8, 1831, at Palmyra, Wayne Co., N. Y., and now resides 
on the ranch at Mulberry, Cal. Issue : 

1. VirixiniaC, b. Jan. 26,1854. 

2. Charles S., b. Apr. 15, 1855. 

3. Kate Elizabeth, b. Dec. 18, 1856. d. Nov. 26, 1878. 

4. Robinson, b. Apr. 10, 1859. d. Feb. 19, 1860. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 41 

5. Helen M., b. Nov. 22, 1860. 

6. Nettie :\r., b. May 1,1862. 

7. Frank Close, b. Jan. 6, 1865. 

8. Grant, b. Ano;. 14, 1868. 

9. Ruth, b. Mch. 6, 1872. d. Jul. 13, 1S72. 

Of these children, Virg-inia C m. Jul. 15, 1.S71, Syl- 
vester A. Jones, a printer, and resides at San Francisco, 
Issue: Mary A., Franklin H., Isabel M. and Hattie V., 
twins, Sarah F., Caroline V., and Helen H. 

f-3-9-2-2. Charles S.* is a printer and lives at San 
Francisco. He ni. Mch. 8, 1885, Phoebe Ellen Gross, who 
d. Jun. 17, 1887. Issue: 

1. Blanche, b. Dec. 10, 1885. 

3. Kate Elizabeth^" m. Dec. 13, 1876, George Theo- 
dore Engell, a farmer, and lived and d. at Peach Tree, Monte- 
rey Co., Cal. Issue: Charles G., b. Sep. 26, 1877. 

5. Helen M.' m. Dec. 31, 1832, Leo Green at Hollister, 
Cal. Mr. Green carries on an extensive butchering business 
at Redwood City, San Mateo Co., Cal. Xo issue. 

6. Xettie M.' m. Jan. 22, 1885, Barnett Logan Corn- 
well, a farmer at San Benito, Cal. Issue : 

1. James Francis, b. Feb. 18, 1891. 

2. Kate Leverne, b. Sep. 19, 1H92. 

7. Frank, ^ a farmer, and 8. Grant,* a musician, both 
single, reside with their mother at Midberry, Cal. 

1-3-10. IVaonii, third daughter of Paul Sr., m. 1st, 
Feb. 22, 1820, James Pouse, and lived at Webster, \. Y. 
Issue : Hammond, Phoeby Ann, Hannah, AVilliam, Philander, 
and Mary Jenette. Naomi m. 2d, Nov. 4, 1839, Peter Pandall, 
and had further issue : Amelia and Catherine Maria. 

f-o-ll. Sarah' m. James Close, and lived at Buffalo, 
N. Y., for many years, but removed to Yellow Springs, O., 
about 1883-4. Issue : AVilliam, Jerome, John, Emery, and 
Emily. 

t-3-13. Amanda' m. Nov. 24, 1824, Sylvanus Wager, 
who was b. Jul. 18, 1802, and d. Apr. 27, 1879. He was 
a farmer, and lived at Webster, IMonroe Co., N. Y. Issue: 
Mahala, Mary Maria, Philetus, Polly E., Lucinda A., and 
Sylvester. 



42 HAMMOND GEXEALOGY. 

t-3-2. Benoiii G./ second son of Paul Sr., was a sur- 
veyor and farmer, and lived and d. at Brandt, Erie Co., N. Y. 
He ni. :M:iy 1, 1803, Ruth Lobdell, who was b. Feb. 26, 1785, 
and d. Sep. 17, 18G3, at Brandt, N. Y. Issue: 



1. 


Amnion, 


b. 


Dec. 


29, 


1803. 


d. 


Jul. 


21, 


1849. 


2. 


John L., 


b 


Sep. 


12, 


l^!05. 


d. 








3. 


Charles, 


b. 


Nov. 


2, 


1807. 


d. 


Jul. 


18, 


1875. 


4. 


AA illiani, 


b. 


]\Ieh. 


2l\ 


1810. 


d. 


Oct. 


14, 


1849. 


5. 


Lanv, 


b. 


Mch. 


20, 


1812. 


d. 








6. 


E>ther. 


b. 


Apr. 


22, 


1814. 


d. 


Jul. 


20, 


1840. 


7. 


J. F. Ellis, 


b. 


Mch. 


12, 


1816. 










8. 


George W., 


b. 


Apr. 


21, 


1818. 


d. 


.May 


31, 


1841. 


9. 


Samuel D., 


b. 


Aug. 


4, 


1820. 


d. 


Mcii. 


6, 


1866. 


10. 


Mary, 


b 


Sep. 


29, 


1822. 










11. 


Harry T. W., 


b 


Sep. 


13, 


1824. 


d. 


Jul. 


24, 


1849. 


12. 


Lydia Ann, 


b. 


Sep. 


17, 


182G. 


d. 


Feb. 


!<■, 


1892. 


13. 


Elizabeth J., 


b. 


Dec. 


4, 


1830. 











Of these children, John Li.* and Lany% with their Aunt 
Mary, are supposed to have gone West with the Mormons al)0ut 
1830, as they left the State of New York about that time, and 
have not since been heard from. 

f-3-2-8, Greorge W.,* sixth son of Benoni, studied for 
a physician with Iiis brother Ammon in Troy, X, Y., and d. 
there in 1841, unmarried. 

t-3-2-11. Harry T. W.,* who w^as a school-teacher, 
also studied for a physician, and d. of the cholera at Troy, 
N. Y., Jul. 24, 1849, unmarried. 

f -3-2-5. Esther/ second daughter of Benoni, m. in 
1835, Orrin Pierce, and lived and d. at Brandt, Erie Co., N. Y. 
Issue : Marshall, Edgar, and one unnamed. Her husband 
and children are all dead. 

|_3_2-10. Mary* m. Jan. 2, 1850, John Sly, and lives 
at Seneca, Kan. Issue : Philo, Elizabeth, and Ruth, all of 
whom are m. and have families ; and three that d. young. 

■|-_3_2_12. Lydia Ann' Jan. 27, 1847, David Colvin, 
and lived at Brandt, N. Y. Issue: Edwin, Elizabeth J., 
Matilda, Emma, Alburn, Mary, Ellis, and Samuel. 

f-3-2-13. Elizabeth J.,® youngest daughter of Benoni, 
m. Apr. 28, 1853, Charles Skinner, a farmer and carpenter, 
and lives at Seneca, Kan. Xo issue. 



b. 


Max- 


16, 


1828. 


(1. 


Dec. 


5, 


1828. 




Jan. 


21, 


1830. 












iMth. 


1, 


1833. 












Jan. 


19, 


183.5. 


d. 


Meh. 


30. 


1835. 




Jan. 


2G, 


1836. 


d. 


Jul. 


20, 


1836. 




Sep. 


3, 


1837. 


d. 


9 








Dec. 


1-2, 


1839. 


d. 


May 


16, 


1863. 


I). 


Aujr. 


28, 


1845. 











DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 43 

•|--3-2-l. Amnion,* oldest son of Benoni, and b. at 
Northampton, Fulton Co., X. Y., received his medical educa- 
tion at Castleton, Vt., and at the medical colleg'eB of New York 
City. He practiced medicine at Northampton from 1S2G to 
1830, Avhen he moved to West Troy, N. Y., where he secured 
and nvaintained a hin^h ])osition as a physician, and Avhere he d. 
of cholera, Jul. 21, 1.S41), He m. 1st, Apr. 30, LS27, Kliza- 
beth Spier, who was b. at Lake Pleasant, jMontii,'omerv Co., 
N. Y., Aug. 2, 1805, and d. at West Troy, Sep. 7, l.S4.>, and 
was a sister of Joseph F. Spier, late of Northville, Fulton C^o., 
N. Y. Issue : 

1. Elniina Eliz., 

2. Emma Maria, 

3. Mary Autrusta, 

4. Richard AVatson, 

5. Claudius Spier, 

6. Edwin Fitch, 

7. I?aac Mark, 

8. Elizabeth Ann, 

Dr. Amnion m. 2d, about 1847, Ann ]Mark, but had no 
other issue. 

Of his children, Mark' was killed in battle before Vicks- 
burg, May 16, 1863. 

2. Emma Maria' m. 1st, Feb. 21, 1849, Albertus H. 
Piatt of West Troy. Issue : Lanra Belle, b. at Troy, Jun. 
21, 1852. Emina'm. 2d, Mch. 26, I860, Hiram Pond AYard 
of Warrenton, N. C, who was b. at Poultncy, Yt., Jun. 24, 
1822, and lives at Dubuque, Iowa. j\Ir. AYard is one of the 
numerous descendants of AYilliam AYard who emigrated from 
England in 1639 and settled in ^Massachusetts. No issue by 
the second marriage. 

3. Mary Aug-usta' m. John D. Spicer, a lumber dealer 
at Troy, N. Y. Issue : Lizzie Fitch and Mary Thompson. 

6. Edwin Fitch,' who was in the Army in 1864, went 
many years ago to St. Paid, Minn., and perhaps d. there. He 
m. ^Ich. 1.S62, Mrs. Helen Hilton Hamilton, Avho d. in ]Mch. 
1865, without issue. 

8. Elizabeth Ann' m. Dec. 20, 1866, John T. Stand- 
ring of Deer River, N. Y. Mr. Standring was b. at Lowville, 
N. Y., Mch. 17, 1840. Issue: Leonard Sydney, Joseph 
Mark, Elsie, John Henry, AVilliam Edward, Lizzie,* Fitch 
Spier, and Benjamin Van Burcn. 



44 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

t-3-2-3. Charles,** third son of Benoni, was a farmer, 
and contractor on public works. He lived at Brandt, Erie Co., 
X. Y., and helped build the Erie Canal. He m. 1st, Aug. 19, 
1830, Clarissa Clark, who was b. Dec. 4, 1807, and d. at 
Brandt, Feb. 12, 1844. Issue: 

1. William W. b. Nov. 4, 1831. 

2. George W., b. Oct. 12, 1833. 

3. Marthaline, b. Apr. 6, 1836. d. Mch. — , 1892. 

4. Sarah Ann, b. Jun. 13,1839. 

Charles m. 2d, Jun. 12, 1844, Emeline Rice, who was b. 
Dec. 25, 1805, and d. Jul. 21, 1877. Issue: 

5. Philip Harvev, b. Jun. 12,1845. d. May 21,1847. 

6. Anna Maria," b. Oct. 5, 1849. 

Of these children, 3. Marthaline' m. Jan. 1, 1855, 
Levi Grannis, and lived and d. at Brandt, N. Y. Issue : 
Clarissa, Hattie H., Amy A., and Maud E. 

4. Sarah Ann' m. Sep. 11, 1859, William W. Stewart, 
and lives at Washington, Kansas. Issue: Charles H., Flora 
A., K. Estelle, Wallace H., Martha Lenore, Jessie N., and 
Clyde H. and Clara H., twins. 

6. Anna Maria' m. in 1865, John Hickey, who Avas b. 
May 2, 1<S44, and lives at Brandt, N. Y. Issue : Franklin 
H., Harry B., and Einaline. 

•j-_3_2-3-l. William Wallace,' oldest son of Charles, 
and b. at Hamburg, Erie Co., N. Y., moved soon after to 
Brandt, and to Buffalo in 1877. He received his education in the 
common schools, and at the Academy at Fredonia, N. Y. At 
the age of 20 he spent a year travelling in the Southern States, 
and taught two terms of school there. Afterwards, for 12 
years, he was engaged in lumbering and in mercantile pursuits. 
He was County Judge of Erie Co., from 1877 to 1889, having 
been twice re-electecl. In the Spring of 1890, at the close of 
his term of office, he formed a law partnership at Buffiilo, N. Y., 
now the firm of Hammond, Hatch & Ackerson. During the 
late Civil War he was Capt. of Co. C, 67th N. Y. National 
Guard. After General Lee invaded Pennsylvania the regiment 
was ordered to Harrisburg, Pa., and, after one month's service, 
was mustered out soon after the battle of Gettysburg. He m. 
Ist, Sep. 24, 1854, Amy Ann Hurd, who was b. Sep. 24, 
1834, and d. Aug. 9, 1860. Issue : 

1. Rosabelle A. A., b. Jul. 30, 1860. 




A\'ir-n.A\T \y. IlAM>ro\D. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 45 

"William W. m. 2d, Jul. 21, 1861, Louisa A. HurJ, who 
wash. Mch. 16, 1844. Issue: 

2. Lillv May, b. Jiin. 12, 18G9. 

3. Claik Hurd, b. Feb. 23, 1875. 

Of these children, Rosabelle A. A.'" m. Jan. 7, 1877, 
Charles Koepka, a farmer, and resides in Brandt, X. Y. Issue : 
Lloyd W., b. Xov. 5, 1877; Harry D., b. Dec. 2, 18S0 ; 
Wiley E., b. Jun. 2id, 1886; Alice Amy Ann, b. Jun. 21, 

1889. 

2. Lilly May'" m. Oct. 16, 1888, Edward J. Xewell, 
and resides in Buffalo, X^. Y. Mr. Xewell is Secretary of the 
Queen City Bank. X"o issue. 

f -3-2-3-2. George W.,' second son of Charles, is a 
farmer, and lives at Brandt, X, Y. He m. 1st, in lS,3o, Lavina 
Hoffman, and had issue : 

1. Gcorgiana, b. Jul. 24, 1856. 

He m. 2d, Dec. 24, 1860, Almira Grannis, and lind further 
issue : 

d. Sep. — , 1863. 



2. 


Mary E., 


b. 


in 




1861. 


3. 


Edwin G., 


b. 


Jul. 


10, 


1863. 


4. 


Cora E., 


b. 


Mch. 


24, 


1866. 


5. 


Charles, 


b. 


Jul. 


6, 


1868. 


6. 


Luella, 


b. 


Jul. 


6, 


1871. 


7. 


Will. AVallace, 


b. 


Auj;. 


24, 


1873. 


8. 


Clarissa, 


b. 


Oct. 


12, 


1875. 


9. 


John L., 


b. 


Apr. 


10, 


1879. 


10. 


Lester, 


b. 


Nov. 


2, 


1882. 



Of these children, Georjariaiia'" m. Feb. 20, 1876, Clark 
Judson, a farmer, and resides near Buckhorn, Cheboygan Co., 
Mich. Issue : Mary, George Wallace, Olive, William and 
Frank. 

4. Cora E.'" m. in 1882, Andrew Dugaw, and lives at 
Brandt with her father. Issue: George, b. in 18'S2. 

3. Edwin G.'" is a farmer, and resides at Brandt, X"". Y. 
He m. Margaret Walters, and had issue : 

1. Artemas, b. in 1885. 

2. Charles, b. in 1887. 

3. Seward, b. in 1889. 

4. Vernon, b. in 1892. 



46 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

f-3-2-4. William®, fourth son of Benoni, was a lawyer 
and farmer, and lived at New Buffalo, Berrien Co., Mich., 
but d. at Brandt, N. Y. He m, about 1831, Betsey Pierce, 
who d. in 1851. Issue: Amnion, Helen, Maria, Mary, 
Lydia, INIarshall and Matilda. 

Of these children, Marshall d. in 1861 in the late War; 
Amnion in 1880-81 was a conductor on the Michigan Central 

R. R. ; and Helen m. Kelley, and lived for a while at 

New Buffalo or Three Oaks, jNIicli. She left the latter place 
about 1857-8, having at that time two children, Cornelia and 
Angeline. All attempts to ascertain the whereabouts of Wil- 
liam's children have proved entirely fruitless. 

|_3_2-7. J. F. Ellis,® fifth son of Benoni, is a farmer 
and lives at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. He m. Sep. 16, 1839, 
Mariette Lewis, who d. at Saratoga, Nov. 8, 1884, se. 67. 
Issue : 



1. 


Wm. Jefferson, 


b. 


Sep. 


7, 


1840. 


2. 


Adelbert Delos, 


b. 


Sep. 


22 


1«43. 


3. 


Homer, 


b. 


Meli. 


10,' 


1S46. 


4. 


Mary Verona, 


b. 


Aug. 


13, 


1849. 



d. Aug. 26, 1849. 

Of these children, Mary V." m. Jan. 30, 1867, Sumner 
H. Jeunison, and lives at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Issue : 
Homer E., Sumner S., AYinnie May, Albert E., and Emma L. 

f-3-2-7-1. Will. Jefferson" is a contractor and builder, 
and resides at Saratoga Springs. He m. Dec. 30, 1872, 
Arabelle E. Ward, and had issue : 



1. 


Harry J., 


b. 


Sep. 


7, 


1874. 


2. 


Ernest B., 


b. 


Aug. 


11, 


1878. 


3. 


Fannie M., 


b. 


Jun. 


1, 


1881. 


4. 


Maurice A., 


b. 


Aug. 


30, 


1885. 


5. 


Edith W., 


b. 


Sep. 


26, 


1888. 



1-3-2-7-2. Adelbert Delos" is a carpenter at Saratoga 
Springs. He m. Oct. 18, 1876, Helen Bishop, and had issue: 
1. May, b. May 14, 1879. 

f-3-2-9. Samuel D.,* seventh son of Benoni, previous 
to the Civil War, was a farmer at Three Oaks, Berrien Co., 
Mich. He was a member of Co. E, 12th Mich. Infantry, from 
Nov. 13, 1861 to Mch. 5, 1866. He died the day after his 
discharge at Jackson, Mich., of an injury received on the way 
home. He iii. Sep. 19, 1847, Susan A. Knapp, who d. 
Apr. 22, 1892, at McKinley, Oscoda Co., Mich. Issue: 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAaOIOND. 47 

1. Harry, b. Sep. 6, 1848. 

2. Cornelia, b. May 14, 1850. 

3. Harriet B., b. Apr. 9,1852. 

4. Charles, b. Apr. 26, 1857. 

Of these children, 2. Cornelia" m. Sep. 22, 1869, J. 
Bu'iiey Crosby, a farmer, at XeAv Buffalo, Berrien Co., Mich. 
Issue : Fannie, Nettie, Harry, Fred, John, Hattie, and Henry. 

3. Harriet B.' m. Feb. 24, 1872, Eobert T. Farrington, 
a Methodist clergyman, at McKinley, Mich. Issue : Charles 
Robert. 

1. Harry" is a sawyer, and lives at Bay City, Mich. He 
m. Sep. 9, 1875, Mary Higgins at Bay City. Issue : 



1. 


FredB., 


b. Apr. 


14, 


1878. 






2. 


Mable E., 


b. Jun. 


20, 


1880. 


d. Jul. 


, 22, 1881 


3. 


Earle B., 


b. May 


4, 


1884. 






4. 


Glen Martin, 


b. Mch. 


16, 


1885. 






5. 


Hai-ry Lee, 


b. Aug. 


-'6, 


1888. 







4. Charles"' is a farmer, and lives at Rose City, Ogemaw 
Co., Mich. He m. Aug. 14, 1878, Mary Ellsworth of Ban- 
croft, i\Iich. Issue : 

1. Grace Cornelia, b. Aug. 19, 1879. 

2. Ina May, b. Jan. 30, 1888. 

f-3-2-14. William M.,* son of Benoni G. by a second 
marriage, is a physician at Kansas City, Mo. He attended 
medical and dental lectures in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is legally 
authoi'ized to practice both professions. He formerly lived in 
northern California, and at one time was located at San Diego. 
During the late Civil War, he received a lieutenant's commis- 
sion from Gov. Blair of jNlichigan, and raised a company of 
men. In the Summer of 1864 he went with his company to 
the front, and was attached to the construction corps at Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. He m. 1st, in 1843, Almeda Henry, who d. 
in 1876. Issue: Francis ]\I. and Melville C, both of whom 
d. in infancy. He m. 2d, May 15, 1877, Loretta Mann, a 
graduate of the Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania. 
Issue : 

3. Pansey L., b. Feb. 17, 1878. 

f-3— 4. William,' third son of Paul Sr., was a mason, 
and lived and d. at Webster, Monroe Co., X. Y. He m. 
Apr. 20, 1815, Demaris Osborn, who was b. Jun. 9, 1796, 
and d. Oct. 20, 1851. Issue: 



48 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. DewettC, b. Jun. 7,1819. d Nov. 4,1864. 

■2. S. Ohnstead, b. Sep. 20, 1821. d. Oct. 29, 1837. 

3. Stanley, b. Nov. G, 1823. 

4. Jane L., b. Nov. 27, 1825. d. Feb. 5, 1853. 

5. Marietta, b. Oct. 7, 1827. d. May 26, 1866. 

6. Asher P., b. Dec. 22, 1829. d. Sep. 9, 1885. 

7. William W., b. Mch. 29, 1832. 

8. Charles, b. Jim. 30, 1834. d. Oct. 21, 1860 

Of these children, Sylvester Oiiisteacl** d. at the age of 

16 at Webster, N. Y., nnmarried ; and Marietta' d. at 
Worthmgton, Green Co., Ind., at the age of 38, also single. 

4. Jane L/ m. in 1849, Thomas Jacobs, and lived and 
d. at Pentield, N. Y. Issue : William, and a daughter, both 
dead. 

f-3-4-8. Charles/ youngest son of William, was a nur- 
seryman, and lived and d. at Worthington, Green Co., Ind. 
He never married. , 

f-3-4-1. I>e\vitt C./ who was a brick-mason at Pen- 
field, X. Y., was in the 8th Keg't, N. Y. Cavalry, and d. at 
Harper's Ferry, Va., in 1864. He m. in 1844, in Penfield, 
Monroe Co., N. Y., Parmelia Cheney, who d. Dec. '2S, 1880, 
at Ravenna, Muskegon Co., Mich. Issue: 

1. John, b. May — , 184§. d. Mch. — , 1848. 

2. Abby D., b. Nov. 5, 1847. 

3. Nathan K., b. Sep. 28, 1S49. 

4. J. Dewane, b. Sep. 19, 1851. 

5. Mary Jane, b. Sep. 7, 1853. 

6. Delia ?>larvette, b. Jun. 9,1855. 

7. William P., b. Aug. 20, 1857. 

Of these children, 2. Abby D. 'm. Mch. 3, 1867, Samuel 
IVIorey, who d. Dec. 26, 1875. She lives at Muskegon, and 
her issue are : Charles B., Lillian D., C. Inza, and Arthur D. 

4. J. De^vaiie® is a cook, and resides at Bayfield, 
La Pointe Co., Wis. He m. Aug. 27, 1876, Cecelia Shim- 
mel, but has no issue. 

5. Mary Jane" m. Oct. 11, 1849, William Young, and 
lives at Muskegon, ]Mich. Issue : Paschal Cheney, b. Jan. 31, 
1879. 

6. Delia Maryette" m. Jul. 4, 1873, Thomas Young, 
who was b. Nov. 8, 1849. They live at Ravenna, ]Mich., and 
their issue are : Hattie, Effie, Gracie, Jessie Earl, Queenie, 
and Lillian. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 49 

3. Nathan Iv.^ is a sawyer, and resides at Muskegon, 
Mich. He m. 1st, Sep. 22, 1873, Alice StoAve, who d. May 
8, 1874. Issue: Edna A., who d. in infancy. He m. 2d, 
Apr. 12, 1876, Alice Davis, and had issue : 

1. Charles Dcwitt, b. Jan. 17, 1877. 

2. Nathan Mark, b. Nov. 7, 1878. 

3. William Dewane, b. Aug. 15, 1880. 

4. Mable Permola, b. Dec. 2, 1882. 

7. William P." is a hiborer, and lives at Muskeo-on, 
Mich. He m. Apr. 17, 1881, Electa Davis, and had issue : 

1. Chester Dewitt, b. Nov. 7, 1882. 

2. Claud, b. Feb. 19, 1888. d. young. 

f-3-4-3. Stanley,** third son of William, is a farmer, and 
lives at Fairport, Monroe Co., X. Y. He m. Apr. — , 1850, 
Jane Turner, who was b. Aug. 30, 1830. Issue : 

d. May 31, 1875. 
d. Nov. 17, 1858. 



1. 


Hattie A , 


b. 


Dec. 


0, 


1852. 


2. 


John S., 


b. 


Nov. 


20, 


1854. 


3. 


James B., 


b. 


Jan. 


17, 


1857. 


4. 


Charles C, 


b. 


Feb. 


7, 


1864. 


5. 


Jeifery, 


b. 


May 


G, 


18G7. 



Of these children, Janies^ d. in infancy ; and Hattie' at 

the age of 22, single. 

5. Jeffrey,' unmarried, is a conductor on the New York 
Central cSc Hudson Eiver 11. R., and lives in Buffalo, X. Y. 

2. John S.' is Chief Inspector of the Electric Railway 
in Rochester, X. Y. He m. 1st, in the Fall of 1876, Hattie 
AYright, who d. about 1887, without issue. He in. 2(1, Anne 
Roy of Clyde, X. Y., but has no issue. 

4. Charles C* is a gripman in the employ of the Broad- 
way Cable Railway in Xew York City. He m. Sep. 9, 1887, 
Anna Schnell of Xew York City, who was b. May 22, 1864, 
in Honesdale, Wayne Co., Penn. Issue: 

1. .Stanley, Jr., b. Jnn. 5, 1888. 

2. Charles Pollard, b. May 24, 1890. 

3. Helen, b. Jan. 17, 1892. d. Jul. 10, 1892. 

4. Lulu May, b. Feb. 22, 1893. 

j- -3-4-6. Aslier P.' was formerly a farmer at Penfield, 
X. Y., but moved to AYorthington, Green Co., Ind., before 
the AVar, and engaged in the nursery business. He served all 
through the Avar as Captain of Co. F, 31st Ind. Yols. ; was 
discharged while his regiment was in Texas, and took up his 
5 



b. 


Dec. 


16, 


18G9. 


b. 


Feb. 


15, 


1872. 


b. 


Nov. 


1, 


IS 74. 


b. 


.Alch. 


12, 


1877. 


b. 


Jul. 


•_9. 


1879. 


b. 


Jan. 


8, 


1S81. 



50 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

residence at Victoria, Victoria Co., where lie was living at the 
of his death. He m. 1st, in Penfield, N. Y., Dec. '22, 1852, 
Malana Howe, who d. Sep. 2(5, 1X59. Issue : 

1. Jerome, b. Sep. 29, 1853. d. May 10, 1881. 

2. (iiranl, b. Jul. IG, 1855. 

3. Clarissa D., b. Feb. 26,1857. 

4. :Mai7 Caroline, b. about 1859. d. Oct. 14, 1859. 

Asher P. m. 2d, at Macon, 111., Dee. 18, 1865, Hannah M. 
Peter, and had further issue : 

4. John D.. 

5. Charles E., 

6. William, 

7. Rose, 

8. Catherine, b. Jul. •_9, 1879. d. in infancy. 

9. Malana, 

Of these children, Clarissa Daiiioriiis'' m. in 1882-3, 
George C. Schermerhorn, P. M. at Penfield, N. Y. Issue : 
Fannie J. and Edniond Parnienter. 

1. Jerome® was a brakenian on the Marietta R. E., and 
lived in Calhoun Co., Texas. He m. Jul. 12, 1874, Caroline 
Eol)bins, and had issue : 

1. Charlotte M., b. ]\Iay 18,1875. 

2. Katie Ann, b. Feb. 3, 1877. 

3. Clara Caroline, b. Jul. 12,1879. 

4. Ella Jorome, b. Aug. 20, 1881. 

2. Girard® is a farmer, and lives at De Kalb, 111. He 
m. Jun. lo, 1880, Hattie A. McKee of Macon, 111., who was 
b. Dec. 2, 1856. Issue : 

1. Edna May, 

2. James Albert, 

3. Jennie Belle, 

4. Jessie Fern, 

5. Jerome, 

Asher's children by the second marriage are all single. 

|_3_4-7. William W.,** fifth son of William, is a nursery- 
man, and lives at Bement, Piatt Co., 111. He m. Oct. 11, 
1866, Alvira Worthing of Penfield, N. Y., and had issue : 



b. 


May 


24, 


1881. 


b. 


Jun. 


13, 


1882. 


b. 


Oct. 


29, 


1883. 


b. 


Apr. 


'J, 


1885. 


b. 


Jan 


22 


1890. 



1. 


Lena M., 


b. 


Jul. 


16, 


1867. 


2. 


AVilbur A., 


b. 


:Mch. 


4, 


1870. 


3. 


Winniferd G., 


b. 


Dee. 


28, 


1873. 


4. 


Alvira D., 


b. 


Feb. 


14, 


1875. 


5. 


Emily J., 


b. 


Jun. 


1, 


1877. 


6. 


Carrie M., 


b. 


Jul. 


3, 


1879. 


7. 


Stanley C, 


b. 


Aug. 


13, 


1886. 



DESCEND AXTS OF SAMUEL HAM^IOXD. 51 

The above children of AMlliani W. all reside at Bemeiit, 111., 
and are all unmarried. 

f-3-S. Paul Jr.,' sixth son of Paul, was a farmer, and 
lived, durino- most of liis married life, at AVebster, Monroe Co., 
N. Y., and d. at Concord, Erie Co., Penn. He m. about 
1<S1(S, Abby Sears, and had issue : 

1. James D., b. Jul. 12. 1819. 

2. Samuel, b. Jul. 2(5, 1821. 

3. Harriet, b. Nov. 27, 1823. 

4. Arnold, b. Nov. 17, 182.5. 

5. Edwin. b. Oet. 11, 1827. 

6. Sallv, b. Mav 22, 1830. 

7. MarVette, b. Ap'r. 2, 1832. d. Sep. 27, 18G3. 

8. Ebeiiezer P., b. Au^. 22,1834. 
y. Hannali, b. Get. I, 1838. 

10. Wm. Omar, b. Mcli. 28, 1841. 

Of these children, Harriet** m. Jan. 1, 1S48, James Poj)e, 
a farmer at Corry, Erie Co., Penn. Issue: Truman and 
P^nnna J. 

(). Sally* ni. 1st, Oct. 2, 1851, Josiah McCray, a farmer 
at (^oncord, Ei'ie Co., Penn., Avho was b. Xov. 30, 1<S2(), and 
d. in 1865. Issue: Byron H., Aurilla, Willard I)., Cliap- 
man B., Plamlin H., William Holt, Cassius F., and .Josiah. 
Sally m. 2d, Mcli. 2G, 1871, Rev. Samuel McCray, a Methodist 
cler^vman, who afterwards d. in Minnesota. Issue : Minnie 
B.,'b. Mch. 21, 1875. 

7. Maryette^ m. Jun. 2C), 1855, Jasper Fuller, and lived 
and d. at Sparta, Crawford Co., Penn. Issue: Eva, who m. 
Frank Hill, and has a daughter Flora, b. Sej). 12, 1883. 
Frank Hill, who was a hotel keeper, d. at Corrv, Penn., 
Jun. 25, 1892. 

9. Hannah^ m. Dec. 2G, 18()(), George L. Carey, a 
farmer, at Concord, near Corry, Penn. They have an adopted 
son Harley, b. iSIay 10, 1875. 

f-3-8-1. James D./ oldest son of Paul Jr., is a school 
teacher and farmer, and lives at Corry, Penn. He m. Aj)r. 30, 
1862, Emaline Baxter, who was b. May 2, 1843. Issue : 

1. Charles B., b. in 1864. d. Jul. 9, 1884. 

2. Willie J., b. Jul. 5, 1867. 

2. Willie J.® is a farmer and stock-dealer, and lives with 
his father at Corry. He m. Jun. 2, 1892, Lizzie D. Parsons, 
who was b. Nov. 17, 1867. 



52 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1-3-8-2. Samuel/ second son of Paul Jr., is a farmer 
and millwright at Corry, Penn. He m. Sep. 10, 1851, Mary 
Pond, and had issue : 



1. 


Lawson P., 


b. Jun. 


6, 


1853. 


d. 


Sep. 


7, 


1854. 


2. 


Florence L, 


b. Jul. 


23, 


1855. 


d. 


Mch. 


8, 


1859. 


3. 


Clifford S., 


b. Jan. 


19, 


1857. 


d. 


Mch. 


6, 


1859. 


4. 


Clifton L., 


b Dec. 


8, 


1859. 










5. 


Dor E.. 


b. Dec. 


14, 


1861. 










6. 


S. Bertie, 


b. Nov. 


5, 


1871. 











Of these children, S. Bertie," a farmer, lives with his 
parents at Corry, and is not married. 

4. Clifton Leon/ a graduate of the High School of 
Corry, Penn., class of '88, and of the Iron City College, Pitts- 
burg, Penn., at the age of 22 went to Chester, Wis., where he 
learned telegraphy, and afterwards entered the service of the 
Chicago & North-Western li. li. , as operator. In 1866, 
he went to Antigo, Langlade Co., Wis., as cashier for the 
Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western P. E., and in 1889 was 
appointed agent at that station, which position he now holds. 
He m. Jun. 22, 1887, Carrie Cordelia Cliff of Waupun, Wis., 
wdio was b. at Rock Kiver, Wis., May 22, 1864. Issue : 

1. Arthur CliS, b. Aug. 23, 1890. 

2. Harley Vivian, b. Aug. 15, 1892. 

5. Dor E.® is also a telegraph operator at Antigo. He 
m. Jan. 4, 1888, Harriet Smith, who d. Jan. 26, 1889, without 
issue. 

•j- -3-8-4. Arnold,^ third son of Paul Jr., is a farmer and 
dealer in agricultural implements at Corry, Penn. He m. 
Nov. 16, 1853, Julia E. Baxter, and had issue : 

1. Maylon, b. Aug. 27, 1854. d. Dec. 15, 1884. 

2. Wiley G., b. Nov. 4, 1857. 

3. Mary E., b. Jun. 2, 1868. 

1. Maylon" was a telegraph operator, and lived at Corry, 
with his father. He in. Jan. 6, 1878, Mary Travers, and had 
issue : 

1. Walter P., b. Mch. 15, 1879. 

2. Lillie J., b. Oct. 19, 1880. 

3. Ray M., b. Sep. 10, 1883. 

2. Wiley Gr.^ is a merchant and lives at Corry, Penn. 
He m. Claire Rockwood, and had issue : 

1. Claire Belle, b. Mch. 5, 1888. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 53 

3. May E.' m. Jim. 26, 1890, Dr. Sidney A. Dunham, 
and resides at Buffido, N. Y. Issue: Julia E., b. Sep. 7, 
1892. 

•|-_3_8-5. Edwin,** fourth son of Paul Jr., is a ftirmer, 
and lives at Cony, Penn. He m. Jul. 5, 1852, Emaline S. 
Clark, and had issue : 

1. Ernest Wyatt, b. Mch. 17,1855. 

2. Clark Edwin, b. Feb. 15, 18,S2. 

1. Eriie.st" is a mechanical engineer, and lives at Lima, 
Allen Co., Ohio. He m. Dec. 31, 1878, Nellie Bassett at 
Amherst, Mass. Issue : 

1. Hazel miler, b. Dec. 21,1883. 

2. Florence Bassett, b. Mch. 31, 1888. 

2. Clark Edwin* is an artesian-vrell driller, and resides 
at Geneva, Ind. He m. Sep. 24, 1892, Minnie Rice. 

■j-_3_8-8. Ebenezer Paul,' fifth son of Paul Jr., is a 
teacher and farmer, and lives at ^ledford, Jackson Co., Oregon. 
He m. 1st, Jul. 4, 1859, Henrietta L. Preston, who d. in 1870, 
at Central City, Col. Issue : 

1. Ada Dell Lulu, b. Au^. 22,1861. 

2. Mairsie Belle J., b. Au<r. 23, 18G2. d. Dec. 22, 18G8. 

3. Viccie Maud, b. Feb. 29, 1868. 

Of these children. Lulu® m. Jan. 17, 1879, Charles B. 
Oswald, a farmer, and lives at Express, Baker Co., Ore. 
Issue : Lottie Maud, Charles Otto, and Blanche Viccie. 

3. Maud** m. Apr. 1, 1888, Asher Otto Sinks, a telegraph 
operator, and lives at Portland, Ore. Issue : Lenora Dell, 
and Grover. 

Ebenezer Paul m. 2d, Jun. 22, 1871, Annie Pauline Holmes 
of Georgia, but has no other issue. 

t-3-8-10. Win. Oniar," youngest son of Paul Jr., a 
farmer and justice of the ])eace, lives at Wichita, Kan. He 
m. Amanda Lyons, and had issue : 

1. Eva J., b. Mch. 25, 1880. 

2. Ransom, b. Apr. 5, 1881. 

3. Anuie, b. Mch. — , 1885. 



54 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

(4.)— WILLIAM OF NORTHAMPTON, FULTON C^O., 

N. Y. 

■J--4. William Jr./ third son of William, and b. at AYales, 
Mass., or northern New York, ni. at Pittstown, Pensselaer Co., 
and afterwards moved to Northville, Fulton Co., where he was 
a teacher and former, and where he d. m 1821. He m. Lydia 
Follett of Pittstown, who was b. May 24, 1771, and d. May 
G, 1852, after a second marriage to Daniel Brownell. Issue : 

1. Seneca, b. Jun. 7, 17S8. d. Mvh. 3, 1.S15. 

2. Ira, b. Dec. 3, 1790. d. JNIdi. 5, 1845. 

3. IMarv. b. Aug. 30, 1792. d. Oct. 22, 1810. 

4. Martha, b. Oct. 8, 1794. d. Jun. 1, 1865. 

Of these children, Seneca^ d, at the age of 27, unmarried ; 
Mary^ d. at the age of 18, also single ; and Martlia' m. 
about 1810 Dr. Henry Yan Ness, and lived and d. at North- 
A'ille, N. Y, Issue : William, Seneca, Dr. John, Effie .Vnn, 
Dr. Ira Hammond, Lydia, Nancy, Garrett, Mary, and Cornelia 
Ann . 

■J--4-2. Ira^ Avas a farmer, and lived at Northville, N. Y. 
He m. Wilampey Yan Ness, wdio was b. Nov. 27, 1795, and 
d. Sep. 30, 1835. Issue : 



1. 


Mary, 


b. 


Jul. 


15, 


1814. 








2. 


Lucy, 


b. 


Oct. 


23, 


1815. 








3. 


Cornelius, 


b. 


Dec. 


22 


1817. 








4. 


Martha, 


b. 


Jan. 


23^ 


1820. 








5. 


Jane Ann, 


b. 


Apr. 


1, 


1822. 


d. 


young. 




6. 


Lvdia Louise. 


b. 


Dec. 


24, 


1823. 








7. 


William. 


1). 


Sep. 


9, 


1826. 




•j 




8. 


Senaca, 


b. 


Dec. 


11, 


1828. 




Jan. 29, 


1868, 


9. 


Patience, 


b. 


May 


15, 


1831. 









Of these children, Jaiio Ann* d. young : and William* 

went to California, on the first discovery of gold, and has not 
since been heard from. 

1. Mary* m. Nathaniel Pipinger, and Hacs at Flushing, 
Genesee Co., Mich. Issue not learned. 

2. LiUCy* m. Daniel Pussell, and lived in Northampton, 
Fulton Co., N. Y. Issue : C^ornelius and ]\Iaria. 

4. Martha* m. Dillon P. ]\Ivers, and lived in some part 
of C*alifornia. Issue: Delia, Ida, Lizzie, Katie, and Ennnie. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 55 

G. Lydia liOuise® m. 1st, William Kobinson, and had 
issue: Eliza Ann. She m. 2d, John Gorton, and lives at 
Flushing-, Mich. Issue : Dora, ^Nlyra, John, Ira and Dillon. 

9. Patience'' m. Jun. 30, 1850, Albert Roc, and lives 
in Brooklyn, X. Y. Issue: Julia Emma, Millie Louise, 
Mary Ella, and xVlbert Fredcll. 

■|-_4_2-3. Cornelius* Avas a shoemaker and farmer, and 
lives at Osborn Bridge, Northampton, Fulton Co., N. Y. He 
m. Sep. "1^2, 1841, Fanny Totter, who was b. Sep. 21), 1822. 
Issue : 

1. George W., b. Dec. 22, 1845. 

2. Mary, b. Moh. 2S, 1849. d. Nov. 21, 1855. 

3. Elsina, b. Apr. 28, 1854. d. Oct. 4, 18C1. 
4. 'John, b. Jan. 10, 1802. 

5. Delia, b. Mcli. 10, 1864. 

6. Eugene, b. Feb. 23, 18G7. 

Of these children, Mary' and Elisna" d. young-; Jolin," 
unmarried, is a foundryman at Syracuse, N. Y. ; and Delia** 
m. Jul. 4, 1882, Elias H. Ellithorp, and lives at Osborn 
Bridge, Fulton Co., N. Y. Issue: Clara L., Fannie A., 
Clark R. and E. Fay. 

1. Georjye W.® is employed in a furniture store in Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. He m. Jan. (i, 1<S()(), ]Mary C. Xorris, and had 
issue : 



1. 


FredC, 


b. 


Dee. 


20, 


18G6. 






2. 


Jessie C, 


b. 


Dec. 


20, 


18G8. 


d. Jan. 


2, IS 78. 


3. 


(leorge W., 


b. 


Apr. 


5, 


1.S71. 


d. (fan. 


14, 1K78. 


4. 


Lillie M., 


b. 


Nov. 


11, 


1.S73. 


d. Jan. 


7, 1878. 


5. 


Florence, 


b. 


Aug. 


2!), 


1875. 






6. 


Frank N., 


b. 


Apr. 


20, 


1S79. 






7. 


Grace A., 


b. 


Jul. 


2S, 


1881. 






8. 


AlvaM., 


b. 


Sep. 


16, 


1883. 







1. Fred C. is employed in the same store with his father 

in Syracuse. He m, Oct. 28, l.SDO, Carrie Ciarhing? of 

Clyde, N. Y., who was b. Aug. 28, 1,SG7. Issue : 
1. Harold, b. Oct. 10, 1891. 

6. Enj^'ene" is a glove cutter, and lives at Cjlovcrsville, 
N. Y. He m. Jan. 15, 1888, Crrace Wiimey, and had issue : 

1. Maude E., b. Dec. r, 1888. 

2. Oneta C. M., b. Jul. 1, 1891. 



56 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

■j-_4_2-8. Seneca,* third son of Ira, was a former, and 
lived at Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., N. Y. He m. Feb. 20, 
1858, Margaret Thomas, and had issue : 

1. Williiiin J., b. Jan. 9, 1859. 

2. Nicholas 1)., b. Feb. 21, 1SG3. 

3. Elmer E., b. Moh. 30, 1867. 

1. William^ is a l^utelier and marketman at Amsterdam, 
in company with his brother Xichohis. He m. Dec. 13, 1882, 
Emma E. Kedway, Avho d. Jan. 5, 1889. Issue: 

1. Frank S., b. Feb. 29, 1885. 

2. EdwarcnV., b. Dec. 14,1887. 

2. Nicholas D./ a Imtchcr and marketman at Amster- 
dam, m. Apr. 10, 1890, Minnie Hoffman, and had issue : 

1. Paul, b. Jan. 15, 1891. 

3. Elmer E.® is foreman in a knitting mill at Moliawk, 
Herkimer Co., X. Y. He m. Oct. 1, 1867, "Rachel Saulwater, 
and had issue : 

1. Walter, b. Feb. 26, 1890. 



5.— SAMUEL HAMMOND OF DUTCHESS CO., N. Y. 

I . Samuel Hammond/ third son of Thomas, '' [Sanmel,^ 
Benj.,' William'], was b. at Dartmimth, Mass., Apr. 29, 1731, 
and was in early life a cooper and whaler at New Bedford. He 
moved about 1766 to Washington, Dutchess Co., N. Y., where 
he purchased 200 acres of land, and d. there May 16, 1801. 
He m. at New Bedford, Jan. 29, 1755, Hannah Sheperd, and 
had issue : 



1. 


Eliakim, 


b. 








d. 








2. 


Isaac, 


b. 


Oct. 


15, 


1756. 


d. 


Sep. 


6, 


1832 


3. 


Luthan, 


b. 


Apr. 


3, 


1758. 


d. 


Oct. 


22, 


1806 


4. 


Hannah, 


b. 








d. 








5. 


Daniel, | 


b. 


Nov. 


30, 


1764. 


d. 
d. 








6. 


Thomas, ) 
















7. 


Tylarv, 


b. 








d. 








8. 


Maria, 


b. 








d. 








9. 


Samuel, Jr., 


b. 


Aug. 


U, 


1771. 


d. 


Jul. 


9, 


1829, 


[0. 
11. 


Ruth, } 
Benjamin, f 


b. 


Jul. 


7, 


1774. 


d. 
d. 


Mch. 
Sep. 


20, 
26, 


1814 

1858 



Of these children, 1. Eliakim® is said to have lived some- 
where in western New York. He m. Margaret Macomber, 
but his issue, if any, has not been learned. 



DESCEXDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOXD. 57 

4. Hannah* m. Daniel Browncll, and lived in Hope, 
Hamilton Co., N. Y. Issue: John, Orra, Lewis, Isaac, 
Cyrus, Maiy and Martha. 

7. Mary* m. Thomas Gage, and d. probably young, with- 
out issue. 

<S. Maria" m. ]Macoml)er, and lived in western 

Xew York. She d. young, and without issue. 

10. Until/ who Avas b. in Dutchess Co., X. Y., m. about 
1800, Titus Palmer, and lived and d. at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Issue : Samuel, Hannah, Benjamin, Eliza, Emeline, Louiza, 
and Reuben. 



(2.)— ISAAC OF NORTH EAST, DUTCHESS CO, X. Y. 

f-2. Isaac/ second son of" Samuel, was a farmer, and 
settled in Xorth East, Dutchess Co. He m. Fel). 14, 17711, 
Lois Gardner, who was b. Xov. 20, 17(30, and d. -Jan. 28, 
1850. Issue : 

1. Nathaniel, b. Dcm;. 2, 1779. d. Jun. — , 1831. 

2. Mary, b. May 11, 1781. d. 

3. Eunice, b. Jan. 23, 1784. d. 

4. Ruth, b. Jan. 18, 1789. d. 

5. Samuel, b. Dec. 15 1790. d. 

6. Stephen, b. Apr. 11, 1792. d. 

7. Jemima, b. May 25, 1794. d. 

8. Zephaniah, b May G, 1796. d. :\Ich. 20, 1857. 

9. Lois, b. Mch. 9, 1798. d. 
10. Susan, b. Mch. 1, 1S02. d. 

Of Isaac's children, Jemima' d. single on Long Island; 
and Snsan' d. single at Xorth East. 

2. Mary' m. a INIr. Boice, and died not many years after 
without issue. 

3. Ennice' m. Jacol) Thorne, and lived and d. in western 
New York near Rochester. Issue : Three sons, and a daughter, 
names not learned. 

4. Rntli' m. Joseph Ilaight, settled in Boston, Erie Co., 
X. Y., and d. without issue. 

9. Lois' m. Richard Grey, lived in Xorth East, and d. 
there without issue. 



58 HAMMOND GEXEALOGY. 

t-2-1. Xatliaiiiel,^ oldest son of Isaac, was a carpenter 
and farmer, and settled in Stillwater, Saratoga Co., X, Y., 
about LSOO. He m. Khemember Boyce, who d. ^lay 12, 1857, 
X. 74. Issue : 



1. 


Daniel, 


b. 


Jun. 


10, 1S04. 




Aug. 


15, 


1S7S. 


2. 


Nelson, 


b. 


Nov. 


— , IbOZ. 




Sep. 


8, 


1S7S. 


3. 


Lewis, 


b. 








in 




1.S72. 


4. 


Jane, 


b. 








in 




18GG. 


5. 


Samuel, 


b. 








in 




1S,S7. 


C. 


Jacob B., 


b. 


Jan. 


1, 1815. 




Jan. 


15, 


1SS5. 


7. 


Alonzo, 


b. 


in 


ISLS. 




Feb. 


21, 


1.^03. 



Of these children, Samuel* was a farmer at Malta, Sara- 
toga i\)., where he d. single in 1887. 

4. Jaiie,- who settled in Clifton Park, Saratoga Co., m. 
John Lasher of ]\Ialta, Avho d. in 1.S75. Issue : Priscilla 
Jane, who m. a Mr. Husted of Clifton Park. 

f-2-1-1. Daniel/ oldest son of Nathaniel, was a farmer, 
and lived at Stillwater, Saratoga Co. He m. Loretta Parks 
of Malta, who d. Dec. 2S, 1SG3, a?. 57. Issue: 

1. George Van R., b. Meh. 15, 1.S26. 

2. Elizabeth Jane, b. Jan. 2<s, 1.^31. d. Mch. 15, 1^58. 

Of these children, Elizabeth Jane* d. single at Still- 
water at the age of 27. 

f-2-1-1-1. Georj»-e Van Kensselaer" is a farmer at 
Stillwater. He m. Feb. 25, 1854, Emily Ann AVait of Maha, 

and had issue : 

1. Reuben Wait, b. I\Ich. 5, 1S55. 

2. (ieorge Nath'l, b. Dec. 14, 1S56. d. Feb. 2, 1882. 

3. Albert C, b. about 1858. d. young 

1. Keuben Wait'" lives at Fultonville, Montgomery Co., 
X. Y., and is a book-keeper for the Starin Silk Fabric Co. 
He m. Nov. 10, 1887, Iva Peckham of Ballston. No issue. 

|-2-l-2. Xelson,* second son of Xathaniel, was a farmer, 
and lived at P>altimore, Md. He m. Dec. 29, 1842, Sarah 
Macy of Stillwater, who was b. at Nantucket, jNIch. 17, 1818. 
Issue : 



1. 


John N., 


1). 


Jan. 


24. 


1844. 






2. 


Oliver J., 


b. 


Jan. 


9, 


1840. 


d. 


Mch. 2. 184G. 


3. 


William A., 


b. 


Jul. 


23, 


184 7. 


d. 


Jan. 20, 1852. 


4. 


Reed II., 


b. 


Jun. 


11, 


1850. 


d. 


Jul. 27, 1851. 


5. 


Sarah J , 


b. 


Oct. 


16, 


1853. 







1. 


Allie, 


1). Nov. 


3, 


1871 


1. 


Wesley A., 


1). Sep. 


4. 


IS 73 


3. 


Einmett, 


1). May 


15. 


1875 



DESCENDANTS OF SA:\IUEL HAMMOND. 59 

C. Carrie II , b. Mav 19, 1^55. 

7. Geor2;e W., b. Oct. 9, 185 7. 

8. Ilattie M., b. Jul. 31, l.^GO. 

f-2-1-2-1. John N.,* oldest son of Xelson, is a stcaiu 
engineer, and liACs at Baltimore. He m. May 13, 1<S(S'), ]Mattie 
E. ^Meekins of Baltimore, who was b. Jan. 1, 1858. Issne : 

1. (ieoro-e G., b. Apr. 10, IS.^G. 

2. UeecfA., b. Apr. 1.^, 1SS8. d. Jul. IC, ls,-9. 

3. Loris A., b. Nov. G, 1S90. 

1-2-1-2-"). Sarah fL,^ oldest daug-hter of Xelson, and 
1). in AVashington, 1). ("., m. Get. 23, LS70, BracUbrd S. 
MeXeil, and lives at Baltimore. ^Ir. MeXeil was 1). in Sara- 
toga Co., X. Y., Jul. lit, 1S49, and is an engineer on the 
Bj'iltimore & Ohio K. li. Issue : 

i, 1871. 

(1. Jun. 30. 18 74. 

Of these ehildren, Allie'" m. Dee. 30, 1.S91, Joseph 
Glasgow. 

t-2-l-2-G. Carrie H.,^ seeond dangliter of Xelson, m. 
Feb. 24, 1881, James II. C. Inseo, amr lives at Baltimore. 
jNIr. Inseo, who was b. flun. (!, 1852, is a tinsmith. Issue: 

1. Ilattie ]\I., b. Sep. 22, 1882. d. Jul. 17. 1SS3. 

2. James R., b. Aug. IG, 1884. 

t-2-1-2-7. Geori>-e W./ seeond son of Xelson, is an 
ironworker at lialtimore. lie m. flun. 2i], 1878, Elanora 
Minter, who Avas b. Apr. 2!), I8(;i. Issue: 

1. Mamie, b. Ajjr. 20, 1880. d. Dec. 7, 1883. 

2. John N.. b. Au^-. 15. 1883. 

3. Elanora F.. b. Aug. 3, 1885. 

•|-_2-l_2-8. Hattie M.,' youngest daughter of Xelson, 
m. j\Ich. 10, 1881, William W . Johnson. ]NIr. flohnson, who 
^vas b. Mch. 5, 1849, is a timekee})er, and lives at Baltimore. 
Issue : 

1. AVilliam W., b. Oct. 5. iss2. d. Mch. 21. 188G. 

2. Carrie E., b. Feli. 13. ISSG. 

3. Willie H., b. Mch. 31. 1S91. 

t-2-1-3. Lewis," third son of Xathaniel, was a farmer, 
and lived at Chatham, Columbia Co., X. Y. He m. Ann 
Palmer, who d. in 1870, without issue. 



no 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



■j--2-l-(). Jacob B./ fifth son of Xathanicl, was a ftu-mer, 
and lived at Ballston, Saratoga Co. He m. Oet. 28, 184<S, 
Nancy J. Watkins of Stillwater, who was b. Dec. 16, 1829. 
Issue : 



1. 


Cliarles J., 




Jan. 


7, 


1849. 


2. 


(ieorge W., 




Feb. 


5, 


1850. 


3. 


Marv J., 




Jun. 


13, 


1852. 


4. 


Fi-aiik A., 




Meh. 


22, 


1854. 


5. 


William W., 




Jan. 


26' 


1856. 


G. 


Rosa B.'lle, 




May 


23, 


185 7. 


7. 


Jennie E., 




I\Iay 


3, 


1859. 


S. 


Frances S , 




Jnn. 


5, 


1862. 


9. 


Cirant U., 




Jul. 


1, 


1864. 


10. 


Lillie A , 




Jan. 


11. 


1867. 


11. 


Daniel N"., 




Jnn. 


26. 


1869. 


12. 


Luella J., 


h. 


.May 


22, 


1.S71. 


13. 


Carrie A., 


b. 


Autr. 


?] 


1874. 



d. Mch. 



1878. 



1. Charles,^ oldest son of Jacob B., is a farmer at Charl- 
ton, X. Y. He ni. Mch. 4, 1881, Eliza Wait, and had issue : 



1. Lottie May, 

2. Clarence, 



b. Mch. 18, 1883. 
b. Oct. 1, 1886. 



2. Georg'e W.'* is a farmer, and lives at Milton, N. Y 
He m, Feb. l'S74, Matilda Murrv, and had issue : 



1. Anna M., 

2. Lewis II., 

3. Minnie, 

4. Truman P., 



b. Dec. — . 1875. 
li. Nov. — , 1877. 
b. Auo;. ~, 1883. 
b. in " 1888, 



3. Mary J./ oldest daughter of Jacob B., m. Oct. 10, 
1871, Henry C Knox, and lived at Enon, LaAvrence Co., Pa. 
Issue : 

1. Joseph II., b. Mch. — , 1876. 

4. Fi'aiik A.® is a farmer, and lives at Ballston Spa, 
N. Y. He m. Dec. 17, 1879, Ada C. Holmes, and had issue : 

1. Edrrar L., 

2. Leiand S., 

3. Ethel M., 

5. William W.' 

Saratoga C\j., X. Y. 
had issue : 



b. Aug. 27, 1882. 
b. Nov. 23, 1885. 
b. Jul. 22, 1889. 



is a farmer, and Ha'Cs at Birchton, 
He m. Mch. 1883, Sarah Gray, and 



1. Bessie M., 



]). Mch. 



1886. 



6. Rosa Belle,® second daughter of Jacob B., m. May 
23, 1889, Martin Larable, and lives at Ballston Spa, N. Y. 
Issue : 



1. Carrie M. 



b. Apr, 



1890. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 61 

7. Jennie E." m. Aug-. 18, 1880, David E. Holmes, 
and lives at Saratoga Springs, X. Y. Issue : 

1. Artliur J.. 1). Mav — . 1883. 

2. Eva L., 1). Mfli. — , 1885. 

f-2~l-7. Alonzo/ sixth son of Nathaniel, was a farmer, 
and lived at Malta, Saratoga Co. He m. I^ouisa Culver of 
Malta, who d. in 18(39. Issue: Amelia, George X., and 
Carrie. 

|-2-5. Samuel,' second son of Isaac, inheritc(l tlie old 
homestead at Xorth East, Dutchess Co., X. Y., and was also 
a farmer. He m. Oct. 28, 1834, Lydia Hyde of Connecticut. 
Issue • 

1. C. Walter, h. Oct. 11, 1835. d. Sep. IG, 1875. 

2. Helen A., b. Feb. 26, 1837. 

3. Isaac, b. Nov. 28, 1838. 

4. Frances, b. Feb. 2, 1841. 

5. Lydia D., b. Nov. 27, 1844. 

6. Samuel, 1). Feb. 27, 1847. 

Of these children, Lydia Delphine® resides single at 
Amenia, Dutchess Co. ; and Saniliel'* went to Charleston, 
S. v., in 1879, and engaged in the book business with his 
brother Isaac. 

2. Helen A." m. Aug. 17, 1804, Frederick A. Worth, 
and resides at Amenia. Xo issue. ]\Ir. Worth was formerly 
a book-keeper for the Xew York (ias Light Co., New York 
City, but was obliged to resign on account of ill health. 

3. Isaac® resides at Charleston, S. C, and is a dealer 
in books, engravings and etchings, his place being one of the 
leading literary centres south of Washington. He m. Xov. 18, 
1864, Mary Pulver, but has no issue. 

4. Frances** m. Dec. 20, 1.S77, Charles B. Van Hoven- 
burgh, who d. Jan. 29, 1<S<S7. She resides at Amenia, but 
has no issue. 

1. Cyrus Walter* was a carpenter and miller, and was 
living at the time of his death at Camden, X'. J. He m. 
Jan. 31, 1860, Mary J. Corbin, whose present residence is at 
Vineland, X". J. Issue : 

1. AnnaB , 1). Jun. 12, 18G2. 

2. Ruth Emma, b. :May 15, 1864. 

3. Charles \V., b. Sep. 10, 1S66. d. Jan. 23, 1888. 



62 HAM3IOXD GENEALOGY. 

4. Frances, b. Jul. 20, ISGD. d. Feb. 14, IS 70. 

5. Anbiir \V., b. xMch. •_', 1871. d. Feb. 0.1^91. 
G. Fivilerif C, b. Aug. 31, 1(S73. 

7. Ib-rbert L., 1). Jan. 11, 1<S7G. 

Of tl\(_\sc children, FraiieeH d. at Syracuse, N. Y. ; 
Charles in Charleston, S. C ; and Arthur in Eiverside, 
C'al., all single. 

1. Anna B.^ is a school teacher in Peekskill, X. Y. ; and 
2. EiUliia" is a dressmaker in Santa Anna, Cal. 

7. Herbert® is a seaman's apprentice on the U. S. S. 
St. Louis at League Island, to be transferred later to the train- 
ing ship at Newport, II. I. 

G. Fretleric C/ who is in business at Charleston, S. C, 
m. Aug. 31, ISUI, Emma Phillips. 

•|-_2-(3. Stephen,^ third son of Isaac, settled in Skan- 
eateles, Onondaga Co., X. Y., and was a farmer and manufac- 
turer of leather. He m. Phebe Thorne, and had issue : 

1. Sarali, b. in 1S32. d. about 1862. 

2. Caroline, 1). in 1S34. 

Of these children, Sarah "^ d. single; and Caroline* m. 

about 1<S74, Damon H. Hodskins, and lives at Skaneateles. 
X"o issue. 

•J--2-S. Zephaniah,' fourth son of Isaac, settled in North 
East, Dutchess Co., N. Y., a.nd was a farmer. He m. Laura 
Thayer, who was b. Feb. 1), 17114, and d. Mch. 24, 1S()5. 
Issue : 

1. Xancv, 1). May 2.5, 1S20. d. May 10, 1824. 

2. Maria F., 1). Jan. 12. 1822. 

3. Marv Ann., b. Aug. 2,"), 1823. 

4. Susiin Emily, 1). Jun. G. 182.5. d. May 13, 18,59. 

5. William 11., 1). Aug. 27, 1828. 

Of these children, Mary Ann® resides single at Pleasant- 
ville, Westchester Co., N. Y. 

2. Maria* m. Dec. <S, LS42, John B. Foster, and also 
resides at Pleasantviile, N. Y. Issue: Mary, Browning, 
AVilliam, and Othniel. 

4. Susan Emily® m. Jun. 20, 1S4G, Myron Hubl)cll, 
who d. Nov. 24, 1S()2. She resided at North East, but d. at 
Cornwall Bridge, Litchfield Co., Conn. Issue: William IL, 
who d. about IbbO. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 63 

5. William Henry/ only son of Zcplianinli, is a farmer, 
and lives at North East, Dutchess Co. He m. Meh. 9, lS5i), 
Catherine A. Tanner, and had issue : 

1. Alhert Ilonry, 1). IMch. 24, 18G3. 

1. Albert Henry," who is a carpenter at Millerton, North 
East, m. Oct. 29, 1884, Minnie Loucks. Xo issue. 



(3.)— LUTHAX OF FLEMING, CAYUGA CO., N. Y. 

|-8. Lutlian,* third son of" Samuel, moved from Dutchess 
Co. to Galway, Saratoga Co., Avhen a young man. In 180G 
he moved to Fleming, Cayuga Co., where he died soon after, 
being a farmer. He m. ]Mary Kood, or Kiide, who was b. 
Nov. 30, 1757, and d. Oct. 4, 1832, after a second marriage 
to a Mr. AVaddams. Issue : 



1. 


.Anna, 


b. 


Fd). 


1", 


17.S2. 






young. 


2. 


Elizahetli, 


b. 


Jan. 


10. 


17S4. 








3. 


John, 




Feb. 


10. 


17,-^G. 




Mvh. 


4, 18G5. 


4. 


Ephraini, 




Apr. 


1, 


17,S8. 




Jan. 


20. 1S3G. 


5. 


Hannah, 




Jul. 


11, 


1790. 




Sop. 


11, 1S.53. 


G. 


Isaac, 




Ajir. 


27. 


1792. 






young. 


7. 


Luther. 




MvU. 


3, 


1794. 






\ (lunij;. 


<s. 


Mary. ' 




MlU. 


13, 


179G. 




Dec. 


lal 1S32. 


9. 


Anna, 




about 




179-!. 






young. 


10. 


J^uthan, 




]May 


30, 


1799. 








11. 


Anna, 




Apr. 


17, 


1801. 




Mch. 


9. 18G9. 


12. 


Isaac, 




Nov. 


11, 


1803. 




Feb. 


2 7, ISGG. 



Of these children, nothing further is known of Liitlian,' 
he having left home when a young man. 

2. Elizabeth' m. Jun. 23, 1803, Augustus F. Ferris, and 
lived at Cato, Cayuga Co., N. Y. Issue: Frederic, Eliza 
Ann, Eosctta, Luthan, Chancey, Sylvanus, ]Marv .\nn, dohn, 
Maryctt, Melissa, and P^lizabeth. 

5. Hannah' m. Eben Gaston, and lived at Castile, Wyo- 
ming t^). Issue : Three or four children, names not learned. 

8. Mary' m. Nov. 23, 1814, Nathaniel Close, and lived 
at Scipio, Cayuga Co. Issue : Mary Ann, Elizabeth, Daphna, 
Diana, Betsey Ann, and Andrew J., all dead but tlie last. 

11. Anna' m. Caleb Waddams, a farmer, and lived at 
Geneva, Ontario Co. Issue : Eliza, Elmina, Mary, and Eliza- 
beth. 



64 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

f-3-3. John,' oldest son of Liithan, was a farmer, and 
lived for many years at Kushford, Alleghany Co., N. Y., but 
at the time of his death was liying near Eyansburg, Crawford 
Co., Pa. He was a soldier in the War of 1812, and a promi- 
nent member of the Masonic fraternity, haying been at one time, 
it is said, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of New York. 
He m. 1st, about 1^10, Hulda Tibbals of Cayuga Co., X. Y., 
who d. some years after the birth of her only child. Issue : 
1. Horatio Nelson, b. Jan. 34, 1812. d. Aug. IG, 1864. 

John m. 2d, Eliza Butterfield, who d. Jun. 6, 1880, at 
Meadyille, C^rawford Co., Pa. Issue: 

d. Nov. 13, 1853. 

d. May 14, 1857. 



•1 


Luci-etin, 


1). Jun. 


17, 


1823. 


3 


Hannah, 


1). Aj.r. 


5. 


1825. 


4. 


:\Jary, 


1). Oct. 


4, 


1826. 


5. 


lluth, 


1). (X-t. 


9, 


1829. 


«. 


Luthan, 


1). Sep. 


29, 


1832. 


7. 


Minerva, 


b. Jul. 


7, 


1834. 


8. 


Tliankful, 


1). flun. 


5, 


1836. 


9. 


Elizalieth, 


b. Deo. 


14, 


1840. 


0. 


'Jliomas lienton, 


b. Feb. 


9, 


1843. 



d. Mch. 24, 1867. 
d. Jul. 20, 1880. 

Of these children, Ruth® and Elizabeth' d. single at 
Eyansburg, Pa. 

2. Lucretia** m. Oct. — , 1850. Charles Kawson, and 
liyed and d. at Eyansburg, Pa. Issue : William Harrison. 

o. Hannah^ m. Feb. 3, 1847, Asa Gustavus Nichols, 
who d. Jan. 10, 1880. Hannah liyes at Meadyille, Pa. Issue : 
John, Adaliue, Francisca, Wallace, Fred, Eugene, and Nellie. 

4. 3Iary® m. Noa . G, 1845, Lyman Sibley, Avho died 
Mch. 28, 1891. Mary liyes at Le Mars, Iowa, and her issue 
are : Floid, Ada, Clarence, Eya, Ruth, and Ned. 

7. Minerva® m. Jul. 9, 1857, Thomas Smiley, and liyes 
at Eyansburg, Pa. Issue : Ema, Susan, and Edeth. 

8. Thankful® m. about 1862, Athelston Gaston, who is 
mayor of Meadyille, Pa. Issue : Alma, who d. at the age of 
three years. 

f-3-3-1. Horatio Nelson,® Ayho liyed at Rushford, 
Alleghany Co., N. Y., was a school teacher, land surycyor, 
and farmer. He m. Sep. 2, 1840, Sophia L. Bennett, who 
Ayas b. Dec. 8, 1815, and noAy liyes Avith her son, F. Eugene, 
at Cuba, N. Y. Issue : 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 65 



1. 


Francis Eutjenc, 


b. Jun. 


9, 


1841. 








2. 


Mardin Jerome, 


b. Nov. 


7, 


1842. 








3. 


Floral Annette, 


b. Apr. 


15, 


1844. 








4. 


Charles De Alton, 


]>. Mch. 


20, 


1846. 


d. 


Jan. 


27, 1892, 


5. 


Aurora Sophionia, 


1). May 


31, 


1848. 


d. 


Sep. 


23, 1850, 


6. 

7. 


Emma Felicia, f 
Eva Lucretia, S 


b. Fel). 


20, 


1854. 









3. Flora Annette,* a teacher for many years in ^Nlinne- 
apolis, Minn., in. Jun. 1870, ^Nlajor AVm. D. Hale, postmaster 
at Minneapolis. Issue : Nellie, Philena, Gertrude Louise 
and Flossie, twins, Arthur Dinsniore, and Willie Ilannnond. 

0. Emma Felicia" was formerly a teacher, at Minne- 
apolis. 8hc m. Dec. 2i), 1889, C. Elbert Cady, a native of 
Windsor, Vt., now living at Minneapolis. Issue: Lawrence 
Hammond, b. Jan. 22, 1891. 

7. Eva Lueretia," formerly a teacher at Minneapolis, in. 
Aug. 13, 1884, Walter B. Finch of Jay, Essex Co., X. Y., 
and also resides at Minneapolis. Xo issue. 

t-3-3-1-1. Francis Eugene," oldest son of Horatio 
X^elson, formerly a teacher and land surveyor, is now engaged 
in the prodviction of petroleum at Cuba, Alleghany C^o., X. Y. 
He m. Sep. 20, 1867, Ennna L. Scott at Pleasantvillc, Venango 
Co., Penn. Issue: 

1. Victor Hugo, b. Oct. 25, 18G8. 

2. Virgil Scott, b. Aug. 17, 1870. d. Dec. 6, 1890. 

3. Eugenia Lynn, b. Nov. 28, 1872. 

4. (Jleo Nelson, 1). I\Icli. 21, 1874. 

5. Haidee Florizel, b. Jan. 3, 18 75. 

6. Halley Waldo, b. Jun. 19, 1882. 

7. Evangeline, b. Sep. 2, 1887. 

Of these children, Yirg-il Scott'" Avas quite proficient in 
music, especially on the violin; Eugenia Lynii,'° Cleo 
Nelson,'" and Haidee Florizel,'" all educated at the 
Geneseo State Normal School, X. Y., are teachers. 

1. Victor Hugo,'" b. at Shamburg, Venango Co., Pa., 
is a teacher and supervisor at West Clai*ksville, X\ Y. He m. 
Aug. 2(^, 1891, Mary li. Congdon, and had issue: 

1. Maude lone, b. Aug. 9, 1892. 

1-3-3-1-2. Hardin Jerome,^ second son of Horatio 
X'^elson, is a lawyer at Minneapolis, Minn., making a speciality 
of land titles and rights of way for railroads. He m. Oct. 19, 
G 



66 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1870, Susie E. Hendy, who was b. May 12, 1848, at Elmlra, 
N. Y. Issue : 



1. 


A^nes, 


b. 


Sep. 


7, 


1871. 


2. 


Alice, 


b. 


Jun. 


1, 


1876. 


3. 


Grace, 


b. 


Oct. 


29, 


1879. 


4. 


Flora, 


b. 


Oct. 


18, 


1884. 



t-3-o-l-4. Charles De Alton/ third son of Horatio 
Nelson, in his younger days a teacher, was later a dealer in 
lumber and real estate at jNIinneapolis, where he died in 1892. 
He m, Oct. 5, 1870, Laura D. Farewell, who was b. Dec. 26, 
1846. Issue: 

1. John Bertrand, b. Nov. 13, 1872. 

2. Florenstein, b. Sep. 3, 1879. 

f-o— 3-6. Lutlian,* second son of John, is a lumber mer- 
chant, and resides at Corry, Erie C^o., Penn. He m. Mch. 26, 
1857, at Sadsbury, Crawford Co., Penn., Caroline Brown, 
who was b. Jul. 10, 1841. Issue : 



1. 


Ruth Alice, 


b. 


Aug. 


22, 


1858. 


2. 


Clara B., 


b. 


Jul. 


15, 


1861. 


3. 


Clarence R., 


b. 


Aug. 


24, 


1864. 


4. 


John Pierson, 


b. 


Sep. 


12, 


1868. 


5. 


Le Roy Gilford, 


b. 


Jun. 


19, 


1874. 


6. 


Douglas L., 


b. 


Jun. 


21, 


1880. 



Of these children, Ruth Alice* m. Feb. 21, 1891, John 
W. Saunders, a jeweler at Corry, Penn. No living issue. 

2. Clara R.^ m. Jun. 14, 1887, Percival White, a teacher 
at Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. White was formerly dean and professor 
of mathematics in Wesleyan University located at Fort Worth, 
Texas. Issue: Alice, b. Sep. 27, 1891. 

3. Clarence Russell" is book-keeper and general mana- 
ger of the lumber-yard at Barberton, O. He is not raai-ried. 

4. flohn P.," engaged in the lumber business with his 
father, lives at Washington, Penn. He m. Ist, Nov. 15, 1887, 
Jennie E. Briggs, who d. Oct. 5, 1888. Issue : 

1. Clinton L., b. Sep. 28, 1888. 

He m. 2d, Dec. 23, 1890, Emma Hathaway of Garland, 
Warren Co., Penn., who was b. Dec. 21, 1872. Issue : 

2. Cashus Russell, b. Nov. 26, 1892. 

f-3-3-10. Thomas Benton/ youngest son of John, 
was a farmer and lumberman. After living some years in the 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 67 

West, he retui-ned to Pennsylvania and was living at the time 
of his death at Meadville, Crawford Co. He m. Jul. 8, IcSGT, 
Sarah S. Brown at Ontario, Iowa. Issue : 



1. 


Maude L., 


b. 


May 


2S, 


1870. 


2. 


Ralph K., ^ 


b. 


Nov. 


19, 


1871. 


3. 


Lawrence K., 


b. 


Mav 


5, 


1876. 


4. 


Grace, 


b. 


Dec. 


1, 


1877. 



Of the above children, Ralpli^ is in partnership with his 
uncle, Athelston Gaston, in the lumber business, at Meadville, 
Penn. 

1. Maude L.' m. Jun. 20, 1888, Charles Joseph Swift 
of Corry, Penn. Mr. Swift is manager of electrical works, 
and resides with his family at Cleveland, O. Maude L. gradu- 
ated at sixteen at the Corry High School, and afterwards 
studied at the State Normal School at Oswego, X. Y. She 
is noted for her fine elocutionary talents. Issue : Alice Ophelia ; 
and Marion, who d. in infancy. 

f-3-4. Epliraini,^ second son of Luthan, was a farmer 
and surveyor ; justice of the peace most of his life ; was in the 
State Assembly two sessions ; and supervisor, town of Aurelius, 
when Aurelius, Aubui-n, and Fleming were one town; d. in 
Aurelius in 183(5. He m. Jan. 31, 1811, Kuth Goodrich, 
who was b. Dec. 8, 171»2, and d. Jul. 18, 1839. Issue : 



1. 


Angelina, 


1). 


Oct. 


24, 


1811. 


(1. 


Jan. 


25, 1872. 


2. 


Eliza Ann, 


b. 


Feb. 


25, 


1813. 


(1. 


Jan. 


29, 1872. 


3. 


Harriet, 


b. 


Jan. 


26, 


1815. 


a. 


Nov. 


— , 1890. 


4. 


Lucius (r , 


b. 


Jun. 


15, 


1816. 


<1. 


in 


1S87-8. 


5. 


Emily, 


b. 


Mav 


3, 


18 IS. 








6. 


John, 


b. 


Oct. 


12, 


1820. 


d. 


Feb. 


22, 1865. 


7. 


Luthan, 


b. 


May 


25, 


1823. 


d. 


Jun. 


4, 1864. 


8. 


Daniel, 


b. 


:\ich. 


5, 


IS 25. 








9. 


Julia Ann, 


b. 


Jan. 


25, 


1827. 


d. 







Of Ephraim's children, Aiig^eliiia* m. Nov. 2, 1831, 
Daniel Gould, and lived at Owosso, Shiawassee Co., Mich. 
Issue : Henry, Amos, Ephraim, Ebenezer, Adelaide, and 
Emily Louise. 

2. Eliza Aim,« m. 1st, Nov. 25, 1835, Nicholas H. 
Storing of Jorden, and lived at Little Falls, Herkimer Co., 
N. Y. Issue : Homer H. and Mary Emily. She m. 2d, 
Nov. 25, 1848, Jacob Shaw, and lived at Ked Creek, Wayne 
Co. Issue : Edwin B., who lives at Ked Creek. 

3. Harriet^ m. May 25, 1839, Alexander Kerr, and 



68 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

lived and d. at Ann Arbor, Mich. Issue : Riitliette, Emily, 
Alice, ]SIarv, Theodore, John, Minerva, Cornelia, William, 
Harriet, and Alexander. 

5. Emily' m. Sep. 5, 1848, Winfield S. Anient, and 
lives at Owosso, Mich. Issue : Claribel, William S., Clarence, 
Edward, and Harriet Eliza, all dead except William. 

9. Julia Anii« m. 1st, Feb. 11, 1850, George W. Bar- 
num, and had issue : Lucius L. and Georgiana. She m. 2d, 
John N. Ingersoll, and lived and d. at Corunna, Shiawassee 
Co., Mich. Issue: AVard and Nell, both dead. 

•f--3-4-4. Lucius G.,* oldest son of Ephraim, was a 
mechanic, ai'ter his return from the Army, and lived at Kirks- 
ville, Adair Co., Mo. He m. May 3, 1842, Anna Maria 
Sumner, and had issue : Charles G. and three others that d. 
young. 

1. Charles G./ the last known of him, was a station 
agent near Mosby, Mo. He is married and has several chil- 
dren. 

f-o— 4— 6. eJolm,* second son of Ephraim, was a farmer, 
and lived at Fleming, Cayuga Co., N. Y. He m. Feb. 20, 
1849, Phila Austen, who was b. Dec. 22, 1826. Issue : 

1. Mary E., b. Jan. 20, 1850. 

2. Aucrusta, b. Oct. 29, 1852. 

3. Epiiraim, b. Feb. 14, 1855. 

4. Ruth Anna, b. Jun. 24, 1857. 

5. Grace E., b. Feb. 1, 1864. 

Of these children, Augusta^ is a school teacher at Flem- 
ing, unmarried. 

1. Mary E.' m. Dec. 21, 1870, Titus W. Cuykendall, 
and lives at Owasco, Cayuga Co. Issue, if any, not learned. 

3. Ephraim® is a copyist in an art gallery in Auburn, 
N. Y. He m. Oct. 17, 1877, Georgia Hadsell, and had issue : 

1. Howard E., b. Aug. 18, 1878. 

4. Ruth Anna' m. Dec. 24, 1878, J. P. Xye, and lives 
at Auburn. Issue : Mable E., Walter, and Clarabell. 

5. Grace E." m. Jun. 27, 1883, Edwin L. Hamilton, 
and lives at Cincinnati, Ohio. Issue : Earl, Lula May, and 
Robert. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 69 

t-3-4-7. LiUtlian/ third son of Ephraini, was a physi- 
cian and surgeon, and lived at Hartford Centre, Van Buren 
Co., Mich. He studied medicine at Pittsfield, Mass., under 
old Dr. Childs, and graduated at Woodstock, Vt., in 1844. 
During our late War he was a member of Co. D, GGth 111. 
Vols. At the time of his death he was assistant suro-eon in 
a hospital in Mo., was taken sick, and d. at Decatur, Mich., 
on his way home. He m. Dec. 25, 1845, Marietta Cook, 
and had issue : 

1. Henry M., b. Jan. 12, 1847. d. May 11, 18G5. 

2. I\Iina J., b. Nov. 23, 1855. 

1. Henry M." was a member of Co. K, 1st Mich. Cav- 
alry, and d. of wounds received at or near Yellow Tavern, Va. 

2. Miiia J.'' m. Oct. 25, 1877, Alpheus S. Anderson, 
and lives at Kalamazoo, Mich. No issue. 

f-3-4-8. Daniel,* fourth son of Ephraim, is a farmer at 
Venice Centre, Cayuga Co., X. Y. He m. Feb. 1, 1854, 
Lucina Whitten, and had issue : 

1. LuthanW., b. Jan. 14,1855. 

2. EmmaE:., b. Jul. 24, 185G. 

3. EzraD., b. Nov. 15,1858. 

Of Danicrs children, Liithan* and Emma' reside at 
home; Ezra^ is a Baptist minister at Rome, Bradford Co., 
Penn. All are single. 

t-3-12. Isaac,' youngest son of Luthan, was a farmer, 
and lived at Le Koy, Genesee (V)., N. Y. He m. Jan. 5, 
1836, Amanda Dunning, who was b. Feb. 20, 1808, and d. 
Apr. 28, 1892. Issue r"^ 

1. ]\Iary Josephine, 

2. Lydia Amelia, 

3. Flora Tryphena, 

4. Phebe Cornelia, 

5. Felicia Anna, 

6. Eimina Amanda, 

7. Caroline Cynthia, 

Of Isaac's childrei 
Anna* lives at Le Roy ; and Pliebe Cornelia" and Eimina 
Amanda ** are artists at Le Roy. 

1. Mary Josephine** m. May 13, 1857, Alexander 
Van Pelt, and lived at La Porte, Ind. Issue : 

1. Clayton H'd, b. May 6,1858. d. Sep. 7, 1S59. 

2. Julia Amanda, b. Feb. 19, 18()0. d. Au<r. 31, 1870. 



b. 


Oct. 


G, 1S3G. 


d. 


:\ray 17, 1861. 


b. 


Jan. 


]i, 1S38. 


d. 


Aug. 2S, 1890. 


b. 


Jill. 


22, 1839. 






b. 


.Alav 


9. 1841. 






b. 
b. 
b. 


Api-. 
Mch. 
Mch. 


2G, 1843. 

1, 1845. 

29, 1847. 






L: 


ydUl 


Amelia^ 


d. 


single ; Felicia 



70 HAaijVIOND GENEALOGY. 

3. Flora Tryphena' m. Oct. 22, 1861, M. E. Forney, 
a builder and contractor, and lives at La Porte, Ind. Issue : 
Katherine Hammond, b. Apr. 14, 1870. 

7. Caroline Cynthia* m. Jun. 23, 1870, George Gal- 
lup, and lives at Blue Rapids, Kan. Issue: Elmina A., 
Stella C, and Alfred Hammond and Halpli Forney, twins. 

•{•-5. Daniel," fourth son of Samuel, was a blacksmith 
and farmer, and settled in Washington, Dutchess Co., N. Y. 
He m. Amy Green, who was b. Apr. 5, 1764. Issue : 

1. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 25, 1788. d. Sep. 6, 1869. 

2. Hannah, b. Dec. 19, 1790. d. Mch. 10, 1845. 

3. (ieorge, b. Dec. 17, 1792. d. 

4. Mary, ' b. Dec. 14, 1794. d. Jul. 11, 1862. 

5. Joseph, b. ]\Iay 2, 1797. d. Nov. SO, 1853. 

6. Benjamin, b. May 13. 1799. d. Dec. 24, 1843. 

7. Henrv, b. Sep. 28, 1801. d Nov. 28, 1872. 

8. Caroline, b. Apr. 6, 1806. d. Nov. 28, 1853. 

9. Emma, b. Apr. 10, 1808. d. Mch. — , 1826. 

Of the above children, Elizabeth, Plannah, and Joseph d. 
single at Bethel, Clermont Co., Ohio; and Emma d. single at 
Washington, N. Y. 

4. Mary^ m. Joseph W. Lock wood, and lived in New 
York city, until after the death of her husl)and, when she 
moved to Bethel, Ohio, where she died. Issue: Daniel H., 
Sarah, and Walter. Daniel H. lived at Loveland, Clermont 
Co., Ohio, where he d. Jun. 2, 1892. 

f-5-3. Georg^e,^ oldest son of Daniel, was a hatter and 
farmer, and settled in Oneonta, Otsego Co., N. Y. He 
m. Hannah Coons, and had issue : Daniel, George Henry, 
and Myra who d. young. 

Of George's children, 1. DanieF was a merchant in Cali- 
fornia, but whether married or single, is not known. 

2. George Henry® m. at Oneonta and had several chil- 
dren. He afterwai'ds left Oneonta, and about 1870-72 was 
living at Crete, Saline Co., Neb. Nothing further can be 
learned in regard to his whereabouts, his wife, or his children. 

•|-_5_G. Benjamin,' third son of Daniel, Avas a carpenter 

and builder, and lived in Dayton, Ohio. He m. , 

and d. at Dayton, Ohio, without issue. 

•|--5-7. Henry' w^as a farmer, and lived at Bethel, Ohio. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 71 

He m. Emma Hitch, daughter of Benjamm Hitcli, and d. at 
Bethel, without issue. 

8. Caroline'' m. Nelson A. Hitch, andd. at Bethel, Ohio, 
Avithout issue. 

t-G. Thomas,* fifth son of Samuel, was a farmer, and 
lived at A^''ashing•ton, Dutchess Co., N. Y. He m, Abigail 

, and had issue : Charles, Milton, Jane, and Phebe 

who was b. in 1815, and d. Jun. 18, 1878. 

Of Thomas's children, (liarles' and Jane' d. single at 
Washington, N. Y. ; Milton' settled in Ohio, and nothing 
further is known of him ; and Pliebe' m. 1st, Esek Dunkin, 
and lived at Washington. Issue : Jane A. and Isaac H. 
She m. 2d, Samuel Bishop, and had further issue : Hannah, 
Franklin, George and Delia. 

t-9. Samuel Jr.," sixth son of Sanuiel, Avas a farmer, 
and settled in Stillwater, Saratoga Co., X. Y. He m. Apr. 8, 
1797, Polly Green of Pawlings, and sister of Daniel's wife. 
Issue : 

2, 1S02. (1. Apr. 17, 1885. 

2o, 1S04. d. Dec. 17, 1882. 

20. 1808. d. Jul. 1, 1869. 

5, ISIO. d. AiKj;. 10, 1835. 

9, 1812. d. :Mdi. 11, 1872. 

IG, 1814. d. Feb. 20, 1893. 

Of these children. Amy,' Borus,' Louisa,' and Jacob' 

never married. All four first settled in Stillwater, Saratoga 
Co., but left there in 1868 and moved to Farmington, Ontario 
Co., where they finally died. 

Dorus and his brother Jacob were men of high character, 
who conunanded the esteem and respect of men of all parties 
and sects. Dorus, though living in a strongly Democratic town, 
was repeatedly elected to various town offices. Jacob, who 
died but recently, the author found to be a remarkably reliable 
and trustworthy correspondent. 

2. Hannah' m. Dec. 11, 1822, Ebenezer Carey, and 
lived at Halfmoon, but died at Farmington, N. Y. Issue : 
Maria, Amy H., Lydia C, Mary S., Samuel, and Ruth H. 

4. Jenetty' m. Dec. 29, 1830, William P. Barbour, and 
lived and d. at Northumberland, X. Y. Issue : Parmelia, 
who m. John Rowe of Xew York city. 



1. 


Amy, 


b. 


Jun. 


2. 


Hannah, 


b. 


Aug. 


3. 


Dorus, 


b. 


Jul 


4. 


Jenetty, 


b. 


I\Idi, 


5. 


Louisa, 


b. 


Jan. 


G. 


Jacob, 


b 


Aug. 



72 HAMMOND GENEALOaY. 

•|--11. Beiijaiiiiii,® seventh son of Samuel, also lived in 
Washington, Dutchess Co., and was a fanner, having received 
100 acres of land from his father by bequest. He m. about 
1800 Anna Fitch, and had issue : 



1. 


Lyrlia, 


b. 


Jan. 


10. 


1801. 


2. 


Maria, 


b. 


Dec. 


25, 


1802. 


3. 


Cyrus, 


b. 


Oct. 


25, 


1805. 


4. 


Isaac, 


b. 


Nov. 


15, 


1807. 


5. 


James, 


b. 


Jan. 


22, 


1810. 


6. 


Amy, 


b. 


Mch. 


9 


1812. 


7. 


Emmor, 


b. 


Jan. 


ig', 


1S15. 


8. 


John, 


b. 


Nov. 


13, 


1817. 


9. 


Andrew B., 


b. 


Dec. 


22, 


1822. 



d. 


Jan. 


31, 


1.S64, 


d. 


Apr. 


1''^, 


1S17, 


d. 


Dec. 


17, 


1884, 


d. 


Jun. 


1, 


1867, 


d. 


Jim. 


G, 


1S67, 


d. 


Oct. 


15, 


1816 


d. 


Oct. 


7, 


1816 


d. 


Mch. 


1, 


1881 



Of these children, Maria, Amy, and Emmor d. young ; 
and Isaac, ^ who was a saddler at Dover, cl. single at the 
asre of 60. 

•J--11-1. Lydia' m. Nathaniel Lockwood, a farmer, and 
lived at AVashington, Dutchess Co. Issue: John F., Anna, 
and Lydia. 

•|-_11_3. Cyrus, ^ oldest son of Benjamin, was a farmer, 
and lived in Washington, Dutchess Co. He m. in 1837-8 
Caroline Sutherland, and had issue : 

1. David S., b. Aug. 3, 1840. 

2. Frederick A., b. Aug. 23,1848. 

2. Frederic A.,^ who is a bachelor, is proprietor of the 
Plaza Hotel, New York city. 

1. David S/ is proprietor of Murray Hill Hotel, New 
York city. He m. Lydia Lockwood, who d. in 1870. Issue : 
Caroline. 

Caroline" m. Robert W. Gibson, an architect in New 
York city. 

f-ll-o. James, '^ third son of Benjamin, was a farmer, 
and lived at North East, Dutchess Co. He served his district 
in the New York legislature during the years 1846-7, and in 
1858 was elected sheriff of Dutchess Co. for three years. He 
m. Nov. 7, 1837, Lucinda Washburn, and had issue : 

1. Anna Melinda, b. Nov. 10, 1840. 

2. Henry Clay, b. Aug. 6, 1842. b. Nov. 17, 1872. 

3. James Edwin, b. May 18, 1844. 

4. John Lockwood, b. Aug. 7, 1850. 




David S. Hammond. 



DESCEND AXTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 73 

Of these children, Henry/ avIio was a farmer, d. single at 
the age of 32, 

1. Anna' m. Oct. 12, 1864, Calvin C. Bra van of Xorth 
East. Issue : Elizabeth, Ellen, P>lihii, Clara, and Henry, 
all residing in Xorth East. 

3. James EdAvin,^ a farmer at Stanford, m. Oct. 25, 
1871, Clarinda Tliompson of that town. Xo issue. 

4. fTolm Li./ a farmer at AVashington, Dutchess Co., m. 
Oct. 11, 1877, Josephine M. Bertine of Amenia, Dutchess Co. 
Issue : 

1. James Edwin, b. Apr. IG, 1879. 

2. Rohcrt Bertine, b. Feb. 3,1883. 

■f-11-8. John/ fifth son of Benjamin, was a farmer, and 
lived at Xewfane, Xiagara Co., X. Y. He m. May 2<5, 1842, 
Maria L. AVashburn of Boston, Erie Co., who was b. May 30, 
1824. Issue : 

1. ]\[elinaa, b. Sep. 23, 1S43. 

2. Amy M., b. Jiin. 2G, 1.S50. d. Jun. 17,1864. 

3. JaniesM., b. Nov. 18, 18G2. d. Apr. 7, 1804. 

1. Melinda' m. Oct. (5, 1874, Stephen C. Iloag, and 
lives in Xewfane, Xiagara Co. Xo issue. 

t-11-9. Andrew B./ sLxth son of Benjamin, is a farmer 
at Washington, Dutchess Co., and lives on the old homestead 
of his father and grandfather. He has been a valuable corres- 
pondent to the writer. He m. in 1856 Sarah E. Conklin, and 
has issue : 



1. 


Anna, 




b. 


Oct. 


31, 


1856. 








2. 


fieorfje. 




b. 


Sep. 


3, 


1858. 








3. 


Conklin, 




b. 


Jul. 


26, 


1.S60. 


d. 


Jan. 


1, 1892. 


4. 


Isaac B., 




b. 


Jul. 


22, 


1862. 








5. 


Andrew B. 


,Jr., 


b. 


Jul. 


12,' 


1866. 


d. 


Oct. 


16, 1877. 



Of these children, Anna and Isaac B., both single, reside 
with their parents. 

2. George* is a butcher, and lives in Washington , Dutchess 
Co. He m. Dec. 11, 1889, Caroline Hicks of Stanford, 
Dutchess Co. Xo issue. 



1. 


Luke, 


b. 






2. 


Jaliez, Jr., 


b. 


Jul. 


31, 1769. 


3. 


Maria, 


b. 


in 


1771. 


4. 


Thomas, 


b. 


in 


1776. 



74 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

8.— JABEZ OF NEW BEDFOED. 

t-8. Jabez' fifth son of Thomas, lived at New Bedford, 
and was admitted to the Friends Society in May 1806. He 
m. Feb. 16, 1760, Zilpha Merrihew, who d. May 29, 1817, 
ffi. 77. Issue : 

d. Apr. 21, 1807. 

d. Dec. 31, 1S21. 

d. Aug. 29, 183 7. 

d. Sep. 29, 1799. 

Of these chihh-cn, Maria^ lived at New Bedford, and m. 
May 5, 1795, Jehaziel Jenne, who d. Nov. 13, 1843, a;. 73. 
Issue : Abigail, Zilpha, Rebecca, Silvia C, and Alice. 

1. Luke® was a master mariner in the merchant service 
sailing from N^ew Bedford. Capt. Luke m. Jul. 26, 1789, 
Rebecca Nye, and had issue : 

1. Mary. b. Mch. 1, 1872. d. Sep. — , 18G5. 

Mary,' who was b. in China, m. Jan. 1816, Jashub Wing 
of New Bedford. Issue: Eleanor H., Charles, Leonard, 
William, David C, and Rebecca. Of these children, Eleanor 
H. m. Henry N. Dean, blacksmith, and lives in New Bedford. 

t-8-2. Jabez Jr." was a ship-carpenter at New Bedford, 
and a deacon in the Congregational Church. He m. Apr. 14, 
1792, Abigail Hathaway, daughter of E. A. Hathaway, who 
d. Dec. 9, 1829, -x. 57. Issue: 



1. 


Susan, 




b. 


Sep. 


22, 


1793. 


d. 


Dec. 


14, 


1831. 


2. 


Thomas 


W., 


b. 


Apr. 


1, 


1795. 


d. 


:\Ich. 


23, 


1S38. 


3. 


Maria, 




b. 


:Mch. 


14, 


1797. 


d. 


Dec. 


31, 


1817. 


4. 


Alice, 




b. 


Apr. 


s, 


1801. 


d. 


May 


31, 


1804. 


5. 


Loring, 




b. 


Nov. 


14, 


1803. 


d. 


Dec. 


9, 


1803. 


6. 


David, 




b. 


Jun. 


19, 


1808. 


d. 


Sep. 


22, 


1.S08. 


7. 


Abigail, 




b. 


Feb. 


29, 


1810. 


d. 


Apr. 


4. 


1810. 


8. 


Charles 


E., 


b. 


Jun. 


9, 


1814. 


d. 


Apr. 


19, 


1842. 



Of these children, Alice, Loring, David, and Abigail, d. 
young ; and Maria d. single at New Bedford at the age of 21. 

1. Susan' m. Jan. 5, 1823, George Shorkley, a sailmaker 
at New Bedford. Issue : Abigail, who m. 1st a GifFord of 
New Bedford, and 2d, Hiram Snow of Mattapoisett. Abigail 
lives at New Bedford, but has no issue. 

8. Charles' in early life, was a cooper, in the whaling 
service from New Bedford. 1838-9, he went to Galena, 111. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 75 

and carried on the business of cooper with his uncle, Abraham 
Hatliaway, where he d. single, Apr. 19, 1842. 

•j-_8-2-2. Thomas AV.,' oldest son of Dea. Jabez Jr., 
was a sea captain in the merchant service, trading at West 
Indian and South American ports. He lived for many years at 
New Bedford, but afterwards moved to New York, Avhere he d. 
Mch. 23, 1838. He m. Oct. 8, 1817, Betsey Davis, neice 
of Peny Davis, who d. Sep. 14, 1840, re. 45. Issue : 



1. 


Maria, 


b. 


Jul. 


16, 


1818. 










2. 


Abigail, 


b. 


Feb. 


10, 


1S20. 


(1. 


Feb. 


27, 


1823. 


3. 


Thomas C, 


b. 


Oct. 


«, 


1821. 










4. 


George S., 


b. 


Dec. 


19, 


1824. 


d. 


Apr. 


7, 


IHGl. 


5. 


Susan, 


b. 


Feb. 


5, 


1827. 


(1. 


Sep. 


17, 


184S. 


G. 


Henry C, 


b. 


Sep. 


c, 


1828. 


d. 


Nov. 


2, 


1S29, 


7. 


Abigail, 


b. 


:\kh. 


21, 


1829. 


d. 


Sep. 


— , 


1829, 


8. 


Charles E., 


b. 


Apr. 


3, 


1834. 











Of these children, the two Abigails and Henry d. young ; 
and Susan d. at the age of 21, single. 

1. Maria^ m. in 1845 Stephen Green, and lived some 
years ago at Boulder, Col. Issue : George, Phebe, Julia, 
Charles, and Abigail. 

■|-_8-2-2-3. Thomas C went to Pullman, Wis., and 
was employed as a carpenter by the Pidlman Car Co., during 
which time he invented and patented a wrench. He m. at 

Platte ville. Wis., , and afterwards moved to 

California. Issue : Two sons, names not known. 

■|-_8-2-2-4. Georj>-e S/ went to Platteville, Wis., where 
he became a dry goods dealer, firm of Baylies & ILnnmond. 
He m. Apr. 8, 1852, Jane ^Matthew Penberthy of Penzance, 
Cornwall, Eng., Avho was b. Dec. 25, 1833. Issue: 

1. Thomas C, b. Dec. 2G, 1852. d. Oct. 1, 1870. 

2. Jane aI , b. Jan. 27, 1856. 

3. Walter F., b. Dec. 2, 1857. 

4. George S., b. Dec. 27, 1863. 

Of the above children, all b. in Platteville, Wis., Thomas 
Clemence d. single, Oct. 1, 1870. 

2. Jane Maria^ lives at Tiverton, R. I., and m. Dec. 27, 
1876, Samuel West Hathaway, who Avas b. Sep. 25, 1854. 
Issue : 



1. George AVest, 


b. 


Jan. 


28, 1879. 


2. William Edgar, 


b. 


Jul. 


7, 1881. 


3. Charles E., 


b. 


Sep. 


24, 1883. 



76 hajnoiond genealogy. 

3. Walter Ford® is a merchant in the clothing- Hne, and 
resides at Gi-inuell, Iowa. He m. Jul. 1878, Hattie Childs, 
and had issue : 

1. Russell Cliilds, b. Feb. 4, 1882. 

2. Martha, b. Feb. 1.5, 1883. d. Jul. 31, 1883. 

3. Walter Jona., b. :Meh. 5,1888. 

4. Arthur George, b. May 7, 1890. 

4. Georsfe Snockley^ isagent for Bell & Provost, men's 
clothing, and resides at Waterloo, Iowa. He m. flun. 8, 
1889, lluby Alice, who was b. Jan. 3, 1863, and daughter of 
Charles and Arvilla Hoag. Issue : 

1. Ruby, b. Dec. 22, 1890. 

f -8-2-2-8. Charles EdAvlii/ youngest son of Thomas 
W., is a farmer, and resides in either Oregon or AVashington. 
He m. Sep. 15, 1862, Sylvia, daughter of Alanson and Nancy 
Noble, and has issue : Frank, Maria, and another daughter, 
name unknown. 

t-8-4. Tlioiiias,® third son of Jabez, ^vas a sea captain 
living at New Bedford, and d. while in port at Wilmington, 
N. C, Sep. 29, 1799. He m. Dec. 3, 1795, Hearty Church, 
daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Church, who d. May 7, 
1838, ffi. 71. Issue: 

I.Eliza, b. Sep. 5,1797. d. May 7,1816. 

2. Thomas, Jr., b. Dec. 3,1799. d. Jul. 27,1847. 

f -8-4-2. Thomas Jr.^ was also a sea captain, living at 
and sailino- from New Bedford. He m. Jan. 1835, Cynthia 
Kirby, who was b. in Dartmouth, Jul. 24, 1810. After Capt. 
Hammond's death she m. 2d, John M. Taber, also deceased, 
and resides with her daughter at New Bedford. By Capt. 
Thomas Jr. she had issue : 

1. Thomas Henry, b. Jun. 30, 1840. d. Apr. 3, 1881. 

2. Hannah Eliza, b. Jan. 4, 1845. 

Of these children, Hannah^ has never married, and lives 
with her mother in New Bedford. 

Thomas Henry/ during the late Civil War, was a cor- 
poral in Co. G, 3d Reg't, M. V. M. In early life he was a 
book-keeper, and later a wholesale dealer in oils in New Bed- 
ford. He never married. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. i i 

IY._JEDEDIAH HAMMOND OF SCITUATE, MASS. 

f . Jedediali'' Haniiiioiid, fifth son of Samuel,^ [Ben- 
jamin,^ William'], went from Rochester to Seituate, and was 
first of the name in that town. His residence was west of the 
North Meeting-House, near the Four Corners. He received 
land from his father in the town of Mattapoisett, near the salt 
water, Avhich is still pointed out as the " Diah Place." He m. 
at Seituate, Nov. 5, 1712, Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph 
Parker. Issue : 

1. Agatha, b. Sep. 13, 1713. d 

2. Joseph, b. Dec. 1, 1714. d. 

3. Benjamin, b. Jul. 28, 1718. d. 

4. Joanna, b. Mch. 9, 17:jl. d. 

1. Ag'atliii'^ m. 1st, Jan. 15, 173-, Thomas Pincin. She 
m. 2d, Mch. 31, 1803, AVilliam Damon. Issue not known. 

f-2. Josei>h/ who lived at Seituate Harbor, m. Nov. 11, 
1736, Thankful Damon, and had issue : 

1. Thankful, b. Aug. 13, 1738. d. 

2. Letlice, b. Apr. 14, 1740. d. in 1803. 

3. Seth, b. Mch. — , 1743. d. 

4. Joanna, b. Apr. 11, 174G. d. 

5. Joseph, b. Nov. 24, 1748. d. Apr. 9, 1819. 

6. Lucy, b. Apr. 17, 1750. d. 

7. David, b. Sep. 4, 1753. d. Fel). 10, 17SG. 

8. Bela, 1). Jan. 29, 175G. d. before 1794. 

9. E.xperience, b. Dec. 17, 175 7. d. Aug. 6, 1825. 

10. WilHani, b. Aug. 2G, 17G0. d. 

11. Frederick, b. Nov. 10, 17G1. d. Dec. 25, 1794. 

12. Agatha, b. Aug. 15, 17G4. d. 

Of these children, Luc\^ and Fred^ probaldy never mar- 
ried, and Lucy very likely d. young; 1. TliaiikfiiF m. 1st, 
Joseph Xash, and 2d, in 1755, a Bailey. Issue not known. 

2. Lettice* d. at Seituate of consumption, x. (Jo. She 
m. about 1756, Joseph Hayden, Jr., who Avas a sailor, and 
was b. at Seituate in 1725. He enlisted as a soldier in the 
Revolutionary A¥ar, was stationed at Roxbury, Mass., where 
he d. at the age of 50. Issue : Abigail, Avho m. John Cogges- 
hall, and d. in New Bedford; Lcttice, who m. Prince Jenney ; 
Pamelia, who m. Samuel Jones; Fanny, who m. Elisha Dun- 
bar, and lived at New Bedford ; Lucy, who m. Elijah Kemp- 
ton of New Bedford; Temperance, who m. Asa Sherman; 
Esther, who m. John Mack ; and Elizabeth, who m. Isaac 
Collier. 



70 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

3. Seth' m. Feb. 17, 1763, Maiy Buck of Scituate, and 
is said to have left a family. 

4. Joanna^ in. Jan. 23, 1765, Xeliemiah Curtis at Scitu- 
ate. Issue, if any, not known. 

8. Bela" m. at Scituate, Jan. 16, 1779, Jennie Staples, 
who d. in 1794, a widow. No further record. 

10. William® movedto Thibodeaux, LaFourche, Interior 
Parish, La., where he became, it is said, very .wealthy. He 
m. Margaret Dclounay, wdio Avas of French descent, but had 
no issue. 

12. Ag-atlia® m. in 1784, Moses Gardner, lived first in 
Hingham, and afterwards in Chesterfield, N. H. Has descend- 
ants in Hartford, Conn. 



5.— JOSEPH OF HINGHAM, MASS. 

•|--2-5. Joseph,® second son of Joseph, was a ship-carpen- 
ter and joiner, and resided at Hingham, Mass. He m. 1st, 
Jan. 2, 1774, Anna Barnes, Avho d. Dec. 29, 1782. Issue: 



1. 


Anna, 


b. 


Apr. 


14, 


1774. 


d. 


Mch. 


8, 17 78, 


2. 


Joseph, Jr., 


b. 


Aug. 


It, 


1776. 


d. 


Jan. 


25, 1835 


3. 


Anna 2d, 


b. 


Apr. 


27, 


1779. 


d. 







Joseph m. 2d, Dee. 30, 1781, Susanna Loring, who d. 
Sep. 10, 1815, se. 69, and had further issue : 

4 Benjamin, b. Sep. 29, 1782. d. Dec. 29, 1782. 

5. Ben'iamin, b. Nov. 10, 1783. d. Aug. 7, 1859. 

6. Loring, Jj. Sep. 5, 1785. d. Oct. 4, 1864. 

Of these children, the 1st Anna and the 1st Benjamin d. 
young. 3. Anna' sometimes called Xancy, m. Oct. 5, 1800, 
John Young of Union River, Me. They lived first at Hing- 
ham, but moved in 1802 to Union River. No further record. 

5. Benjamin,' in 1799, went to Boston and learned the 
trade of silversmith of David Tyler of that city. He afterwards 
became demented, and d. single at Hingham, Aug. 7, 1859. 

6. Loring*,' who was a carpenter and ship-joiner at Hing- 
ham, m. May 15, 1836, Sophia Ewell, who d. Mch. 2, 1856. 
He died at Hingham, without issue. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 79 

f -2-5-2. Joseph Jr.,^ who was a ship-carpenter at 
Hingham, m. 1st, Jan. 4, 1797, Abigail Chipp, who d. Feb. 2(j, 
1800. Issue : 

1. William,? ^ . , ,, , d. Mav 17,1800. 
„ T 1 ^ twins: both d. youn":. 

2. Joseph, ^ ) J o 

Joseph Jr. m. 2d, Jan. 4, 1801, Elizabeth Lincohi, who 
was b. Sep. 15, 1772, and d. Sep. 15, 1848. Issue: 

3. Josej)h Lincoln, b. Oct. 24, 1801. d. IMch. 19. 1855. 

4. Elizabeth Lisle, b. Jan. 17,1804. d. Jan. 11, 188G. 

5. Anna Barnes, b. Oct. 10, 1806. d. Oct. 8, 1881. 
G. Grace Lincoln, b. Jul. 24, 1S09. d. 

7. AVilliam, b. Oct. 17, 1S14. d. about 1837. 

Of these ehiWreu, 4. Elizabeth L.'* m. Oct. 27, 1828, 
Oliver Cushing of Hingham, and had issue : Oliver, AVilliam, 
and Elizabeth. 

5. Anna B/ m. Dee. 1, 1881, Samuel Sprague of Hing- 
ham, and had issue: Samuel, Grace L., Anna 15., Caroline, 
and Sarah Gardner. 

6. Grace Lincohi •* never married; and 7. AVilliam, 

who was a sailor, d. at Cliaideston, S. C, of yellow fever 
about 1837, never having married. 

1-2-5-2-3. Joseph Lincoln,® who was a clerk at Hing- 
ham, and afterwards a cashier in Dorchester, moved to Phila- 
delphia in 1851. He m. Aug. 25, 1824, Sarah Elizabeth 
Hooper of Boston, who d. Jun. 10, 1880, in Philadelphia. 
Issue : 



1. 


Joseph Henry, 


b. 


Sep. 


29, 


1824. 


2. 


Charlotte Lincoln, 


b. 


Nov. 


4, 


1830. 


3. 


Jane Frances, 


b. 


Nov. 


4, 


1836. 


4. 


Sarah Elizabeth, 


b. 


Jun. 


25, 


1838. 


5. 


John Sewall, 


b. 


May 


15, 


1839. 


6. 


Louisa Hooper, 


b. 


Aug. 


21, 


1841. 



Of these children, the first four were b. in Boston, and the 
last two in Dorchester. Besides the above there were a number 
of others, who d. in infancy. 

2. Charlotte Lincoln" m. Feb. 3, 1853,William Means, 
resides at Pliiladelphia, and had issue : Edith Lincoln, Grace 
Burroughs, and Laura Hammond, all married. Edith and 
Laura live at Philadelphia, and Grace at Pottsville, Pa. 

3. Jane Frances" m. Jan. 31, 1873, Samuel McLauren, 



80 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

who was an artist, in Philadelphia, and d. Apr. 2, 1879. No 



issue. 



4. Sarah Elizabeth^ m. Oct. 28, 1858, Martin Hay- 
ward of Philadelphia, broker, who d. Sep. 19, 1879. Issue : 
Amy, Albert, ^Martin, and Mary M. 

5. John SeAvall,® a broker at Philadelphia, m. May 17, 
1860, Sadie Hill, Avho Avas b. Apr. 1837. Issue: 

1. Josejiliine Stafford, b. in 18G1. 

Josephine S.'° m. Apr. 1887, James S. Van Frocken, 
pay elerk in the Navy, and resides at Portsmouth, Va. 

6. Louisa Hooper" m. Apr. 8, 1869, George T. Deiss, 
an attorney at Philadelphia. Issue : 

1. INIabel Wolbert, b. Jan. 2G, 1870. 

2. Joseph Allison, b. Aug. 9, 1872. d. Nov. 2, 1881. 

3. Newiin Fell, b. May 13, 1877. d. Nov. 5, 1881. 

4. ArdiLir Lincoln, b. Sep. 18, 1883. 

•|-_2_5-2-3-l. Josepli Henry/ who is a shoe and leather 
dealer, commenced business in 1840 at Blackstone St., Boston, 
where he continued until the Spring of 1847 ; then moved to 
New York, carrying on the same business ; afterwards moved 
to Newton in 1870, where he resided lo years ; he then moved 
to Corona, Long Island, and later to Brooklyn, N. Y., his 
present residence. He m. Nov. 2G. 1850, Mary Louisa Eobins 
of New York, and has issue as follows : 

I.Sarah Ann, b. Aug. 13,1851. 

2. William Henry, b. Feb. 16, 1853. d. Jul. 3, 1887. 

3. Benjamin Conly, b. Jan. 11, 1854. 

4. Mary Ellen, b. Mch. 24, 18G0. 

5. Frances Louisa, b. Jan. 4, 1865. 

6. Lillian Augusta, b. Aug. 28, 1869. 

7. Elizabeth Jackson, b. Feb. 28, 1873. 

Besides the above, five children d. in infancy. 

Of these children of Joseph Henry, 1. Sarah Ann'" m. 
May 10, 1869, Edwin Willis Clark of New York City, and 
had : Joseph Edwin, Maud Lienor, Florence Ethel, Willis 
Provost, Clarence, Harry Clifford, and three that d. young. 

2. William Henry,'" a book-keeper at Newton, L. I., 
m. Oct. 29, 1.S79, Addie Devoe Van Wickell of Newtown, 
L. I., and had issue: 

1. Charlotte Louisa, b. Sep. 11, 1880. d. Nov. 4, 1885. 

2. Edith Leslie, b. Jul. 24, 1882. d. Jun. 6, 1883. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 81 

3. (irace Whitman, b. Aug. 4, 1884. 

4. \Vhitman White, b. May 29, 188G. 

5. Willetta Ileniy, b. Oct. 26, 1887. 

3. Benjamiii Coiily'" is connected with Reilly & 
Woods's Circus, as chief property clei'k, and resides at Brook- 
lyn, X. Y., when at home. He is not married. 

4. Mary Ellen'" m. Apr. 24, 1889, Warren G. Hamil- 
ton, lives at Flushing, L. I., and has issue: AVarren Alex- 
ander, b. Dec. 2, 1889. AVarren G. Hamilton, formerly a 
solicitor of advertisements, is preparing a work on silks. 

5. Frances Louisa'" m. Apr. 23, 1891, AVm. Harrison 
Shell, a machinist in Brooklyn, who was b. Dec. 2, 1862. No 
issue. 

6. Lillian Augusta'" m. Jun. 1, 1891, Joseph G. Eno, 
a compositor,. and lives at Brooklyn. Xo issue. 



7.-DAA^ID OF HIXGHAM, MASS. 

•J--2-7. David Hammond,* third son of Joseph, lived 
at Hingham, and is said to have been drowned in the harbor 

there, Feb. 10, 1786. He m. p:iizabeth , who d. Oct. 

6, 1793, at Hingham. Issue : 

1. Betsey, b. Jun. 13, 1779. d. 

2. David 2d, b. Oct. 30,1781. d. 

3. Franc-is, b. Jul. 19,1784. d. 

4. George, b. Oct. 15, 1786. d. 

Of these children, 1. Betsey,' or Elizabeth, m. Dec. 
12, 1798, Charles Otis of Scituate. Issue unknown. 

f-2-7-2. David 3d,' who was a blacksmith at Pembroke, 
Mass., m. 1st, Apr. 13, 1808, Betsey Mann Xash of Pem- 
broke, who d. Mch. 10, 1823. Issue : 



1. 


David, 


b. 


Mch. 


11, 


1809. 


d. 


Jan. 


10, 


1810. 


2. 


David 3d, 


b. 


Jan. 


5, 


1811. 


d. 


May 


14, 


1891. 


3. 


Clement, 


b. 


Mch. 


18, 


1813. 


d. 


Aug. 


H, 


1823. 


4. 


Betsey M., 


b. 


Mch. 


1, 


1815. 


d. 


in 




1883. 


5. 


Charlotte N., 


b. 


Dec. 


5, 


1817. 


d. 


in 




1848. 


6. 


Chas. Fred, 


b. 


Nov. 


25, 


1821. 










7. 


Thos. Edw., 


b. 


Jan. 


13, 


1823. 


d. 


Jul. 


", 


1823. 



David 2d m. 2d, Mch. 8, 1825, Judith Cook, and had further 



82 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

8. Asa C, b. Apr. 19, 1S2G. 

9. Judith R., b. Nov. 20, 1827. d. .Tun. 12, 18.53. 

Of these children, 4. Betsey* m. Apr. 1844, Joseph Dunn, 
lived in Rockland, Mass., where she d. in 1883. Issue: 
John, Fred, Joseph, and Betsey. 

5. Charlotte* m. about 1844, Albert Poole, lived in 
Rockland, and d. there in 1848, without issue. 

6. diaries Fred,* who is a shoemaker at Rockland, m. 
Feb. 25, 1865, Isannah Hodge of Maine. Issue : 

1. Frank B., b. Sop. 2, 1874. 

2. EdnaM., b. ^May 25, 1880. 

■|--2-7-2-2. David 3d,* who w-as a farmer and shoemaker 
at Rockland, m. Sep. 1834, Celia Hatch, and had issue : 

1. ]\Iary, b. in 1835. d. in 1840. 

2. Charlotte, b. Feb. 4, 1837. 

3. Celia, b. in 1839 d. in 1842. 

4. Mary, b. Aug. ~, 1843. d. in 1843. 

Of these children, Charlotte/ who is strongly in favor 
of temperance and Woman's Rights, m. Dec. 25, 1863, Josiah 
Mann, foreman of a shoe factory in Rockland. Issue : Paul 
Grayson, avIio d. at birth, and (xordon who is a member of the 
medical department of Boston University. 

Judith [Cook] Hammond with Asa C. and Judith R., her 
children, moved to Kingston about 1837. 

9. Judith R.,* m. about 1850, Horace Bradford of 
Kingston, and d. there Jun. 12, 1853, without issue. 

•|-_2-7-2-8, Asa C.,* a carpenter at Kingston, Mass., m. 
Nov. 4, 1849, Amanda Clark, who was b. Aug. 23, 1827, at 
Plympton, Mass. Issue : 

1. Eugene H., b. Nov. 9, 1850. 

2. Walter C, b. May 17, 1852. 

3. Isabella A., b. Mch. 12, 1856. 

4. Chester E., b. Dec. 19,1860. 

Of these children, Eugene H./ a graduate of Cornell 
University, class of '87, is an architect in New York City. 
He has never married. 

Isabelle^ is a teacher and dressmaker in Kingston ; and 
Chester is a contractor and builder in the same town. 



DESCEXDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 



83 



2. Walter C," contractorandbuilderat Kino^ston, Mass., 
m. Jim. 15, 1879, Eliza H. Chandler of Kingston, and has 
issue as follows : 



1. 


Loster (i., 


b. 


Nov. 


11, 


1880, 


2. 


Jaiiies C, 


b. 


Apr. 


29, 


1882 


3. 


Helen A., 


b. 


Jul 


24, 


1883, 


4. 


Elizabeth Penn. 


b. 


Apr. 


18, 


1886, 


5. 


Walter C, Jr., 


b. 


Dec. 


27, 


1890, 


6. 


Asa C, 


b. 


Dec. 


24, 


1891, 



t-2-7-3. Francis/ the second of David, a laborer at 
Pembroke, Mass., m. 1st, Feb. 22, 1807, Lois Kamsdell, and 
had issue as follows : 



1. 


(ieonjjc, 




in 




1807. 


d. 


in 


18G9. 


2. 


Harriet, 




Feb. 


15, 


1808. 


d. 


Apr. 


23, 1890. 


3. 


Franklin, 










(1. 






4. 


Freeman, 




in 




1813. 


d. 


Aucr. 


5. 1850. 


5 


Lneincbu 




in 




1815. 


d. 


Aug. 


16, 1872. 


G. 


William, 










d. 






7. 


Elizabeth, 




Oct. 


10, 


1818. 


(I. 


lilch. 


21, 1878. 


8. 


Henry M., 




Feb. 


3, 


1S25. 








9. 


J\Iar\% 


b! 


in 




1827. 


d. 


Aug. 


— , 1846. 


10. 


Sarah B., 


1). 


Nov. 


13, 


1829. 








11. 


Joseph, 


b. 


in 




1834. 








12. 


Charles A. 


b. 








d. 


at 3^ 


years of aj 



Of these children, 1. Georg'C,* who was a furnaceman at 
Baltimore, Md., m. Julia Divoll, and had among other issue: 
George, Julia, Sarah, Elizabeth, etc. 

2. Harriets m. Mch. 17, 1831, Albert Southworth of 
Stoughton, Mass., a carpenter. Issue: Albert L., Jedediah, 
George, Louisa, and Cordelia. 

3. Franklin* lived in Florida during the Seminole War, 
and served as a soldier in that war. His house being burned 
by the Indians while he was on duty, his wife, who was an 
English Avoman, succeeded in making her escape. He after- 
wards was a teamster in New Orleans, where he d. more than 
thirty years ago, without issue. 

4. Freeman,* who was a shoemaker, went to Franklin, 
N. H., and m. Alice B. Robertson, and d. there Avithout issue. 

5. Liucinda* m. at Newton, Mass., Charles F. N. Hard, 
and lived and d. at Lowell. Issue: Charles F., Josephine, 
AVilliam H., Alice E., and AValter. 

6. William,* a furnaceman, went first to Pennsylvania, 



84 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

and then to Grafton, Va., where he was living at the time of 

his death. He ni. Mary , and had three sons : William, 

George, and , one of whom d. at Andersonville Prison. 

7. Elizabeth** m. Daniel M. Robertson of Franklin, N. H. 
She lived at Manchester, N. H., and d. at East Boston. Issue : 
Daniel F., William F., and Ida Lucinda. 

8. Henry,* laborer and farmer at Hanover, Mass., m. 
Jul. 18, 1854, Rebecca Johnson. Issue : 

1. Elizabeth J., b. Sep. 17, 1857. 

2. Joseph H., b. Aug. 13, 1859. d. Jan. 15, 1866. 

3. Mary J., b. Dec. 16, 1860. 

4. Florence E., b. Apr. 18, 1879. 

Of these children, 1. Lizzie' m. Aug. 30, 1874, John 
Frank Hollis, and lives in South Weymouth, Mass. Issue : 
Charles, Grace, Willie, Everett, and Mary. 

9. Mary,* fourth daughter of Francis, m. John Studley 
Jr., of Bridgewater, Mass., and lived at Hanover and Lowell, 
Mass. She had a daughter, Sarah, who d. young. Mary d. 
at Lowell, Mass,, Aug. 1846. 

10. Sarah* m. Jun. 20, 1846, Charles W. Rowell of 
Manchester, N. H., where she now resides. Her children 
were: Charles W. Jr., Herbert S., Clara L., Lois Alma, 
Grace L., James F., and Henry I. 

11. Joseph,* a laborer and farmer at Hanover, Mass., 
m. Oct. 4, 1863, Ellen C. Barrell. Issue : 

1. Loyd Frank, b. Mch. 1, 1864. 

2. Seth Oscar, b. Oct. 26, 1865. 

3. Charles F., b. Jan. 24, 1868. 

4. George H., b. Apr. 1,1870. 

5. Charlotte, b. Mch. 31, 1872. 

6. Benjamin, b. Mch. 17, 1874. 

7. Herbert F., b. Mch. 17,1876. 

8. Lizzie E., b. Jul. 29, 1878. 

9. Nellie M., b. Sep. 26,1881. 
10. Willie, b. Jan. 19, 1884. 

1. Frank,® who is a farmer at Norwell, Mass., m. Nov. 
1881, Lettie Sylvester, and had a son Sylvanus, who d. when 
a few weeks old. Frank is Noble Grand of North River 
Lodge, 167, I. O. O. F., at Hanover, Mass. 

2. Seth Oscar,® who is a book-keeper in Boston, m. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 85 

Dec. 15, 188G, Lizzie Osborne, and has a daughter, name not 
learned. 

4. George H.,« m. Mch. 2, 1890, Nellie E. Doherty, 
lives at South Weymouth, Mass., and is a shoemaker. 



b. 


Feb. 


26, 


1781. 


d. 


Aug. 


f 


1878. 


b. 


Feb. 


IS, 


1783. 


d. 


Dec. 


15, 


18G5. 


b. 


Jan. 


15, 


17S5. 


d. 


May 


11, 


1847. 


b. 


Aug. 


11, 


1789. 


d. 
d. 


at sea 






b. 


Jan. 


25, 


1793. 


d. 


Aug. 


— , 


1842. 


b. 


Jul. 


2.S, 


1795. 


d. 


Oct. 


5, 


1874. 


b. 


Jul. 


22, 


1798. 


d. 


Aug. 


1, 


1811. 


b. 


Dec. 


10, 


1800. 


d. 


Aug. 


12, 


1827. 



9.— EXPERIENCE OF SCITUATE, MASS. 

f-2-9. Experience," fifth son of Joseph Hammond, 
lived at Seituate Harbor, Mass. He m. Jun. 18, 1780, Let- 
tice Wilder at Hingham, and had isstie : 

1. Polly, 

2. William, 

3. Thomas, 

4. Experience, Jr., ^ 

5. John, ^ 

6. Sarah, 

7. Frederick, 

8. Olive, 

9. Josej)h, 

Experience Hammond m, 2d, in 1820, Elsie Coleman. No 
issue by this marriage. • 

Of the above children, 1. Polly' m. 1st, Oct. 27, 1800, 
Ezra Vinal of Seituate, a sea captain, who d. at sea, Aug. 16, 
1821. Issue: I.Mary Ann; 2. Abigail C. ; 3. Adeline; 
4. Olive H. ; 5. Ezra."^ 1. Mary Ann' m. 1st, John S. 
Vinal, and had issue: John T., Mary Ann, Ezra, Adeline, 
Betsey Capen, and Sarah Curtis. Mary Ann m. 2d, John D. 
Torrey, and had further issue : ]\Iary Ann, Mercy, and Walter. 
2. Abij^rall C* m. Martin T. Peaks of North Seituate, and 
had : Walter S. 3. Adeline** m. James Hyde, who d. 
Feb. 1878, ae. 59. Issue: Annie E., Addie V., George E., 
and James A. Annie E. m. Henry E. Johnson, and with her 
mother resides at Dorchester, Mass. 4. Oliv^e H.** m. Henry 
Ilyland of Seituate, Mass. Issue : Olive, Georgiana, Abbie 
Carrol, and Henry Puffer. 5. Ezra' m. Ann Collins, and 
had issue: Mary M., Ezra, Lettice, Abbie, James, Martha, 
Charlotte, Henry, and Samuel. 

Polly m. 2d, about 1825-6, AYalter Wall, a fariuer, and d. 
Aug. 1878, without fiu-ther issue. 

4. Experience Jr.' probably died young; 5. John' 
never married, and was lost at sea; 9. Joseph,' who was a 



86 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

sailor, contracted yellow fever from which he partially recovered, 
and d. at home; 8. Olive' d. in childhood ; and 7. Fred,' 
who was a farmer at Scituate, m. about 1814-5 Polly Coleman, 
who d. Jun. 11, 1879, a3. 82, without issue. 

6. Sarah' m. Sep. 15, 1814, Gideon Vinal, a captain of 
militia, living at Scituate, who d. Jun. 17, 1840. Issue : 

1. Carolina A.," who m. James Elleman, who was b. at 
Birmingham, Eng., and is now a manufacturer of electroplates 
and galvanic batteries at Providence, R. I., and has no issue. 

2. Sarah, ^ who m. Perry Brownell and lives at New Bedford, 
and had Gideon, William, John F. (who m. Sarah Dunham 
of ]\rattapoisett), Susan A., Mary, etc. o. Col. John 
Fi'ederic** b. Jan. 28, 1820, captain and major 41st Mass. 
Vol. Inf., and major and lieutenant colonel 3d Mass. Cavalry, 
was in the service from Aug. '62 to Aug. '65, and was wounded 
in the thigh by a ball. He is now pension attorney at Wash- 
ington, D. C, practising before all the departments. He m. 
Lydia G. Cory, but has no issue. 4. William,* who m. 
Lavina A. T. Lavare, and had Augusta, William, Charles, 
Lillie, and Florence. 5. Gideon,® proprietor of a hotel in 

Albany, N. Y., m. Margaret , and had Sarah, Carrie, 

Frederick, William, John, I^avinia, and Florence. Two other 
children of Sarah Vinal, Joseph** and Malinda,** d. in 
infancy. 

f-2-9-2. William Hammond,' oldest son of Experience, 
was a ship-joiner, and deacon of the Congregationl Church at 
New Bedford, Mass. He m. Mch. 3, 1805, Abigail Carroll, 
Avho was b. at Salem, Mass., Jan. 4, 1782, and d. at New 
Bedford, Dec. 17, 1861, x. 80. Issue: 



1. 


Abigail. 


b. 


Aug. 


10, 


1S05. 


d. 


Oct. 


16, 


1888. 


2. 


Unnnah B., 


b. 


Nov. 


19, 


ISO 7. 


d. 


Feb. 


4, 


1886. 


3. 


Elizabetli, 


b. 


Dec. 


24 


1K09. 










4. 


.Juliette L., 


b. 


Jan. 


2^ 


1812. 


d. 


al)out 




1883. 


5. 


Prisfilla, 


b. 


May 


9,' 


1815. 










G. 


Maliiida, 


b. 


Jul. 


9, 


1817. 


d. 


in 




18 75. 


7. 


William, Jr., 


b. 


Sep. 


30, 


1820. 


d. 


Jan. 


9, 


1S91. 


S. 
9. 


Mar<i-aret, ) 
Charlotte, C 


b. 


Sep. 


1, 


1822. 


d. 
d. 


about 
Oct. 


_, 


1855. 
1822. 



Of these children, 1. Abij?ail,® b. in Salem, lived at New 
Bedford. She m. Nov. 10, 1835, Capt. Stephen Christian, 
who was in the whaling business. Issue: Stephen Jr., who 
was killed in battle in the late Civil AVar. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 87 

2. Hannah Beckett- was b. at South Boston, and lived 
and d. in Salem, ]Mass. She m. ]\Iay 20, 1832, Capt. John 
Goldsmith of that city, who d. May 21, 1888, ve. 80, and was 
a captain in tlie merchant senice. Issue: John Henry Jr., 
b. at Salem, Feb. 18, 1833. 

3. Elizabeth/ who lives at Scipioville, Cayuga Co., 
X. Y., m. Nov. 21, 1826, Francis Bowman of Falmouth, 
Mass., a carpenter. Issue: Francis Jr., Elizabeth, Harriet, 
Mary, Daniel, Sarah, etc. 

4. Juliette/ was b. in South Boston, and d. in Pro's idence, 
R. I. She m. Nov. 29, 1832, John T. Stall of New Bedford, 
and had : Sarah, Juliette, and Enuua. 

5. Priscilla/ was b. in Charlestown, and is living at 
New Bedford, ]\Iass. She ni. 1st, Nov. 9, 1835, Alden Gifford, 
and had: Stephen C, AVilliam, George P., and Isabella. 
Priscilla [Hammond] Gitford m. 2d, Feb. 14, 1874, Eben 
Ryder of New Bedford. No issue by the second marriage. 

Of Priscilla's children, Stephen' was in the 2d Mass. 
Heavy Artillery : and William" was in Co. C, 2d Mass. 
Cavalry, was discharged for disability, and re-enlisted in Co. E, 
58th M. V. Inf. Georj»-e P./ who was formerly in the 
whaling service, Avas appointed mate in the U. S. Navy, Feb. 
1864, and was ordered to report to Rear Admiral D. G. Farra- 
gut ; was detailed to duty on the U. S. S. Octovana, and 
participated in the following battles : ^Mobile Bay, Aug. 5, 
1864, capturing Forts ^lorgan and Gaines, and causing the 
evacuation of Fort Powell ; captured the ram Tennessee, the 
gunboat Selma, and caused the destruction of the Gaines ; also 
participated in the bombardment and capture of Fort Huger 
and the Spanish fort, and was in the first gunboat to arrive at 
Mobile City; and remained in the service until 1870. He 
joined the G. A. R., ^lay 22, 1867 ; was Connnander of 
Logan Rodman Post, No 1, 1888-89-90; was Councillor of 
the Cumberland Association of Naval Veterans ; and was an 
aid-de-camp on the Staff of the Commanders-in-Chief Warner 
and Veazey. 

6. Maliiida^ was b. at Chai-lestown and lived at New 
Bedford. She m. Nov. 23, 1837, Horace S. Tower, and had: 
Abbie, Louis and Charles, Lucy, Malinda, and William. 



88 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

8. Margaret/ who was b. and lived in New Bedford, 
m. Apr. 5, 1845, William Hinckley, and had : Margaret, 
who d. in infancy. 

7. William »Jr./ who was b. at Fairhaven, was a naval 
architect and ship-joiner at Xew Bedford. He m. 1st, Jul. 19, 
1840, Susan B. King, and had issue : 

1. James C, b. Sep. 16,1842. d. Jul. 19, 1.S72. 

2. Lizzie Imbert, b. Jun. 16, 1846. d. May 16, 18S6. 

AVilliam Jr., went to San Francisco about 1854, and amassed 
quite a fortune, having had a contract with the U. S. Govern- 
ment to convey Government stores up the Colorado River to 
Salt Lake, and building a steamer for this purpose. AVhile 
re-visiting New Bedford the steamer was blown up, causing the 
loss of a greater part of his fortune. In 1851), he came to 
Seattle, Puget Sound District, and built the first steamer of 
any dimensions on the Sound; from 1870 to 1881, he held the 
office of Local Inspector of Steam Vessels of the Puget Sound 
District. After 1882 he retired from business, his health not 
permitting active labor. He m. 2d, Jul. 2, 18G7, Eliza Ann 
Fearer, who was b. in Pock Island City, 111., Feb. 6, 1844. 
Issue by the second marriage : 

3. Lolila Margueret, b. Dec. 11, 1869. 

4. Catherine Abigail, b. Sep. 23, 1871. 

Of the above children of William Hammond Jr., 1. James 
C/ enlisted in May 1861, in the 31st Reg't M. V. M., and 
was honorably discharged ; re-enlisted in Co. G, Mass. Heavy 
Artillery, and served until tlie close of the war. He again 
enlisted, Sep. 25, 1865, in Co. C, 3d Heavy Artillery, U . S. 
Army, and was discharged at Omaha Barracks, Dee. 25, 1868. 
He afterwards entered the employ of the Fitchburg P. P. Co., 
and made his residence in Charlestown, Mass., where his wife 
d. Jan. 6, 1871. He d. at Nantucket, Jul. 19, 1872. James 
C. m. Jun. 1871, Emily F. Dow of Nantucket. Issue : 
1. Sadie 11., b. Jan. 6, 1871. d. Jan. 6, 1871. 

2. Lizzie I.^ lived and m. in Boston, Apr. 1863, George 
W. Gould of that city, who d. Mch. 11, 1891. Issue : Susie 
I., Carrie Gibson, Annie M., Lizzie L., Sadie H., George W., 
and Willie James. 

3. Lolila M.' m. Dec. 21, 1886, Harry Harkins, lives 
at Seattle, Wash., and has two children : AVilliam Hannnond 
and Marjorie. 



DESCEND ANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 89 

4. Catherine A.* m. Oct. 23, 1889, Frank W. Cotterill, 
resides at Seattle, and has one son : Charles Phillip. 

f-2-9-8. Thomas,' second son of Experience Hammond, 
Avas a ship-builder, and lived, until after the birth of his 
children, at South Boston. He built a residence at the base of 
Washington Heights, 70 years ago, where it still remains with- 
out impairing the grandeur of more modern and more imposing 
dwellings. He was a Deacon in the Congregational Cluu-ch, 
Superintendent of the Sabbath School, and a temperate and 
devout man, much respected for his wisdom and integrity of 
character. After his second marriage he purchased a farm at 
Fitchburg Hill, where he was living at the tune of his death. 
He m. 1st, Nov. 5, 1809, Betsey Lovell, who d. ]\[ay 27, 1832. 
Issue : 



1. 


Thomas, Jr., 


1). Nov. 


i;5. 


isio. 




Apr. 


8, 


1879. 


2. 


John, 


1). Nov. 


s. 


isil. 




Way 


9, 


1882. 


3. 


Elizaheth Ann, 


1.. Jul. 


'24, 


1814. 










4. 


jMary Lovell, 


1). Nov. 


'2.S, 


1816. 




.AFav 


12, 


1873. 


5. 


William, 


I). Dec. 


14, 


LSI 9. 




Dee 


21, 


1S,S3. 


6. 


Zeplianiah W., 


1). Jul. 


10. 


1823. 




Feb. 


2G. 


1.S91. 


7. 


Joseph, 


1). Mav 


24. 


182G. 




Jun. 


4, 


1826. 


8. 


Sarah Jane, 


1). Feb. 


13, 


1828. 




Jul. 


1', 


1S33. 


9. 


Benjamin F , 


b. Oct. 


7. 


1830. 




Oct. 


25, 


1830. 


10. 


Frederiek, 


b. Feb. 


27. 


1832. 




Apr. 


29, 


1832. 



Thomas Hannnond m. 2d, Auii'. 15, 1833, Nancy Pierce 
Dodge, who d. Nov. 1-t, 1845. He m. 3d, May 20, 1846, 
Mary Bates. No issue by the second and third marriages. 

Of these children, 3. Elizabeth Aiiii,"* b. in South 
Boston, taught in the schools there and later opened a })rivate 
school in New Bedford. She afterwards was a teacher, and 
later principal of Plaquemine Female Seminary, Plaquemine, 
La. After her marriajje she moved with her husband to Beulah 
Plains, La., where they resided thirteen years. Their planta- 
tion was three-fourths of a mile from Port Hudson, which sur- 
rendered after Vicksburg fell, and their buildinos were burned 
on the first assault, May 27, 1863. About the close of the 
war, she came to Boston, remaining two years, and returned to 
find her plantation pre-empted, which was only regained after 
a three years lawsuit. She m. Jul. 1, 1849, Frederick Stein- 
man Ernst, who was b. in Easton, Penn,, Feb. 2, 1810. 
After his graduation at Yale in 1832, Mr. Ernst studied the- 
ology at Princeton, N. J., and commenced his ministerial 
labors at Natchez, Miss., where he labored several years. He 
afterAvards received a call to Beulah Plains, near Baton Kouge, 



90 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

La., where he remained until the time of his death. It is said 
of him, " Pie was an earnest pastor, his sermons heart-reaehing 
and impressive, his charaeter strong-, unselfish and true, and as 
a man he was greatly beloved." Issue : 

1. Anna M. Dickinson, b. Nov. 24, 1850. d. Jun. 26, 18G1. 

2. Frederick W., b. Jun. 28, 1853. 

Frederick,^ b. in East Feliciana Parish, La., was edu- 
cated at Covington and Danville, Ky., graduated at Dartmouth, 
N. H., in '76, at the Yale Divinity School in 79, and in '83 
accepted a Congregational pastorate at South Hartford, N. Y., 
where he remained about five years. His health demanding 
a change, he went to Europe, and upon his return was called 
to organize Dow Academy, Franconia, N. H., of which insti- 
tution he is still PrincipaL He m. Mch. l.S, 1880, Hattie E. 
Holt, of New Haven, and has two sons and two daughters : 
Clara L., Gertrude S., Clayton IL, and Frederic S. 

4. Mary Lovell' m. Jan. 19, 1837, George Bradford, 
who was b. in Boston, Jul. 15, 1814, and moved to San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., about 1850-52. Mr. Bradfoi'd, who Avas a lumber 
dealer, and one of the city fathers, d. Jul. 5, 1888. Mary, 
his wife, d. May 12, 1873. Issue : Elizabeth Lewis, Daniel 
Lewis, Thomas Hammond, Joseph Franklin, Eveline, George, 
Lovell, Mary Eva, Charles Aug., William G., and Edward 
Winslow. Elizabeth L. m. George B. Hawley and lives at 
Oakland, Cal. 

5. William/ who was a house-carpenter, at New Bed- 
ford, m. Sep. 15, 1844, Lydia P. Carr of Nantucket, who d. 
at Campello, Mass., Oct. 25, 1887, je. 6Q. William d. at 
New Bedford, Dec. 21, 1883, Avithout issue. 

f-2-9-3-1. Tlioiiias Jr.,** eldest son of Thomas, was a 
deacon of the Congregational Church, and a clothing manufac- 
turer, Broadway, South Boston. He m. May 13, 1835, Har- 
riet W. Trow, and had issue as follows : 



1. 


William A., 


b. 


Jun. 


19, 


1837. 


2. 


James B., 


b. 


Apr. 


23, 


1839. 


3. 


Ilattie W., 


b. 


Jan. 


22, 


1S41. 


4. 


Martha Ann, 


b. 


Nov. 


14'. 


1S43. 


5. 


John T., 


b. 


Sep. 


16, 


1845. 


6. 


Henry W., 


b. 


Apr. 


30, 


1847. 


7. 


Jennie S., 


b. 


Jul. 


25, 


1849. 


8. 


Thomas F., 


b. 


Feb. 


22, 


1852. 


9. 


Mary P^iizabeth, 


b. 


Sep. 


3, 


1854. 


10. 


(4eor<);e F., 


b. 


.\pr. 


9, 


1857. 


11. 


Charles N., 


b. 


May 


3, 


1859. 



d. Jan. 18, 1883. 




Jaaiks R. Hammond. 



DESCEND AXTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 91 

Of these children, 1. William Auj»'ustus,' who is a 
pattcrninaker in New York City, ni. Feb. IG, 1875, Sarah 
Fowler of South Boston. Xo issue. 

2. James Bartlett^ was b. Apr. 23, 1839, in South 
Boston, where he remained until his thirteenth year ; entered 
successively the Boston High School and Latin School ; finished 
preparation for college at Phillips Academy, Andover ; gradu- 
ated from the University of Vermont in '(51, and was a member 
of the Phi Beta Kappa Society ; entered the Union Theological 
Seminary, Schenectady, N. Y., the next year, and graduated 
four years later ; army correspondent of the Neio York Tribune ; 
reported Beecher's sermons for the Boston Traveller ; collabo- 
rator American edition Lange's Commentary ; com])iled a 
volume of Psalms, published by Chas. Scribner ; student at 
University of Halle, Germany; teacher at Dedham, Mass.; 
inventor Hammond typewriter ; president Hammond Type- 
writer Co., and resident of New York City. James B. has 
never married. 

3. Hattie Walker' b. at Weymouth, Mass., m. Dec. 24, 
1807, AVilliam S, Phipps of Hyde Park, and resides in Xew 
York City. Mr, Phipps is general manager and book-keeper 
of the Hammond Typewriter office, New York City. Their 
only daughter, Mabel E., b. Dec. 17, 1869, is very talented in 
music. 

4. Martha Ami« m. May 13, 1870, Capt. John J. 
Paynes, who was b. at Deer Isle, jNIe., Jul. T), 1(S23, and 
resides at Hyde Park, Mass. Her children are : j\Iarion Trow, 
John Charles, Joseph Francis, and William Augustus. 

5. John Tro^v,' who was in the late War, has never 
married. He is at present superintendent of the Capital Park, 
Sacramento, Cal. 

6. Henry W.,' who is a carpenter, resides at Taunton, 
Mass. 

7. Jennie Swan' is a teacher at Hyde Park, Mass., 
living Avith her mother. 

8. Thomas Francis,' Avho is general agent of the Ham- 
mond Typewriter for Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and 
West Virginia, resides at Philadelphia. He m. Nov. 14, 1874, 
Lucv Elizabeth Waters, and had issue : 



92 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. Richard Ralph, b. Jim. 19, 1878. 

2. Percy Waters, b May 4, 1886. 

3. Edith, b. May 26, 1889. 

9. Mary Elizabeth'' m. Mch. 1870, Rev. Edmund 
Hardy, and resides at Buffalo, N. Y. Issue : Gertrude, 
Aliee Cary, Eddie J., Jennie Hammond and Fred Hammond. 

10. George Frederic,' who was a salesman, was on 
the ill-fated steamer City oi" C^olumbus, which was wrecked at 
Gay Head, Mass, Jan. 18, 1883. He clung to the rigging of 
the doomed vessel, and just after being rescued died of exhaus- 
tion. 

11. Cliarles Nash/ who is a salesman, in the Boston 
office of the Hammond Typewriter Co., resides at Boston. He 
m. Oct. 1. 1889, Myra Belle Libby, and has a son: 

1. James Bartlett, 2d, b. Dec. 10, 1890. 

f-2-9-3-2. Joliii HaiiiniOiKl,® second son of Thomas, 
was a ship-joiner and house-carpenter, and lived at South Boston, 
Fitchburg, and Ashbnrnham, and d. at Detroit, Mich., May 9, 
1882. He m. Nov. 8, 1834, Sarah Huston, who was b. in 
Wells, Me., Mch. 21, 1809, and d. in Turner's Falls, Mass., 
Jul. 23, 1880. Issue: 



1. 


John L. , 


b. 


Nov. 


3, 


1835. 


d. 


Jill. 


27, 


1864. 


2. 


Sarah J. F. , 


b. 


May 


18, 


1836. 


d. 


Jun. 


19, 


1855. 


3. 


Georfre Henry, 


b. 


May 


5, 


1838. 


d. 


Dec. 


29, 


1886. 


4. 


T.eaffie A., 


b. 


Mch. 


9, 


1840. 










5. 


Martha II., 


b 


Jan. 


17, 


1841. 










6. 


Tliomas, 


b. 


Feb. 


27, 


1843. 










7. 


Waher, 


b. 


Mch. 


21, 


1846. 


d. 


Feb. 


5, 


1847. 


8. 


Frederic, 


b. 


Feb. 


27, 


1847. 










9. 


Henry, 


b. 


Jul. 


30, 


1848. 


d. 


Dec. 


7, 


1888. 


10. 


Albert, 


b. 


Sep. 


26, 


1850. 


d. 


Sep. 


24, 


1873. 


11. 


Juliet, 


b. 


Oct. 


26, 


18.52. 










12. 


Herbert, 


b. 


Mch. 


16, 


1854. 


d. 


Aug. 


1, 


1855. 



Of these children, Walter' and Herbert' d. in infancy ;. 
Sarah' was b. in South Boston, and d. in Ashburnham, 
Mass., single; and Albert,' who was b. in Ashburnham, d. 
near Kansas City, Mo., also single. 

1. John L.,' who Avas b. at South Boston, was a mechanic 
at Detroit, and d. at East Saginaw, Mich. He m. Aug. 1, 
1857, Jane L. Howe of Ashburnham, and had one son : 

1. Herbert H.,2d, b. Jun. 6, 1858. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 93 

Herbert H.,'" who is single, is a hardware merchant at 
Baldwins ville, Mass. 

4. Leaffie A./ who was b. in Fitchburg, m. Jan, 24, 
1865, Granville Hosnier, who is a machinist at Fitchburg, 
Mass. Issue : 

1. Birdie, b. Oct. 21, 1S72. d. Nov. 3, 1872. 

2. Julia H., b. Apr. 12, 1«74. d. Jul. 14, 1874. 

5. Martha H.,' who was b. at Fitchburg, m. Sep. I'l, 
1863, Gilbert L. Rist, who is a merchant at Turner's Falls, 
Montague, Mass. Issue : 

1. Albert H., 

2. Walter J., 

3. G. Frank, 

4. George II., 

6. Thomas,® who was b. at Westminster, Mass., resides 
at Hammond, Ind. of which city he was recently mayor. He 
is superintendent of that branch of the George II. Hauunond 
Beef Shipping Co., which is located in that city. He is also 
a member of the 53d Congress. He m. Oct. 31, 1866, Helen 
E. Potter of Leominster, Mass., and had issue: 



b. 


Sep. 


5, 


1865. 


b. 


Sep. 


1, 


1869. 


b. 


Auj;. 


23, 


1871. 


1). 


Dec. 


12, 


1875. 



1. 


Lizzie, 


b. 


Dec. 


4, 


1869. 


2. 


Carrie, 


b. 


Feb. 


11, 


1872. 


3. 


Walter, 


b. 


Oct. 


2 7. 


18 73. 


4. 


Frank, 


1). 


.Alav 


l.j, 


1875. 


5. 


Edith, 


b. 


Dec. 


8, 


1878. 



8. Frederic,® who was b. in Ashburnham and now 
resides at Allston, was for twenty years connected with the 
ISew England Branch of the George H. Hammond Beef Ship- 
ping Co. He enlisted, Ang. 23, 1864, in Co. H, 4th lleg't 
Mass. Heavy Artillery, and was mustered out Jun, 17, 1865 ; 
lived in Detroit from '65 to '82, and in Allston since the latter 
date ; member of the Allston Club, and dealer in real estate. 
He m. Jan. 21), 1879, Ada Savanac at Detroit, Mich., who 
was b. Sep. 9, 1850. Issue : 

1. Merrill Mills. b Nov. 18. 1879. 

2. Wesley Likins, b. Jul. 22, 1881. d. Aug. 11, 1881. 

3. Marie Louise, b. Feb. 22, 1883. 

9. Henry,® wdio was b. at Ashburnham, Mass., and d. at 
Detroit, Mich., was connected with the Detroit Branch of the 
George H. Hammond Beef Shipping Co. He m. 1st, in 1873-4 
Hattie Wise, and had issue : 

1. Hattie, who lived in the AVest. 



94 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Henry m. 2d, Nov. 25, 1882, Ella Fowles of Detroit, and 
had further issue : 

2. Raymond, b. Sep. 11, 188.1. 

3. Norman Henrv, b. Feb. 3, 1886. 

11. fJuliet/ who was b. in Ashburnham, m. Dec. 9, 1875, 
George H. Goddard, who is a farmer at Montague, Mass. 
Issue : 

1. Cora Lt-affie, b. .Ian. 19, 1877. d. Feb. 13, 1878. 

2. IJatliL' Mav, b. Fub. 3, 1882. 

3. :Sarah 11.," b. Dec. 9, 1886. 

1-2-9-3-2-3, Creorj^e Henry/ second son of John and 
Sarah [Huston] Hammond, and for years one of the most 
extensive dealers of dressed beef in the world, w^as b. at Fitch- 
burg, Mass., May 5, 1838. Leaving school at the early age 
of ten years, he began making leather pocket-books for a 
Mr. Barrett of Ashburnham, Mass., and afterwards carried on 
the business for himself, employing t^velve girls and doing a 
profitable business. Leather pocket-books being now super- 
seded by steel-clasp pocket-books, he, for the next three years, 
worked at Fitchburg, in the mattress and palm-leaf hat factory 
of ]\lilton Frost. At the age of fifteen he purchased the business 
of his former employer, but at the end of six months sold it 
out and went to Detroit, Mich., arriving thei-e in 1854. Here 
for two years and a half, he carried on a matti-ess and furniture 
factory. When only nineteen, his establishment was destroyed 
by fire, and left him with but few dollars in cash. With this small 
amount, lie opened a meat store at the corner of Howard and 
Third Streets, which became an immediate success, and in 1-SGO 
he erected a brick building to meet the demands of his increas- 
ing trade. In 18G5, the business, now removed to Michigan 
Grand Avenue, had become a large and prosperous one. In 
the mean time, he engaged extensively in beef and pork pack- 
ing, fomning in 1872 a partnership with J. D. Standish and 
S. D. Dixon, under the firm name of Hammond, Standish & 
Co. Tne firm erected large packing-houses on Twentieth 
Street, and the business grew to such proportions that for 
several years preceding Mr. Hammond's death they did the 
largest business of the kind in the city. 

Although substantial success followed j\Ir. Hammond's exer- 
tions in his regular line of trade, it is chiefiy in connection with 
the transportation of dressed beef that he exhibited the largest 
business capacity. From tlie incipiency of the undertaking until 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 95 

the method of carrying- on the beef trade of tlie United States had 
undergone complete revohition, his energy was the chief factor 
in the undertaking. The problem of how to preserve meats, 
fruits, and like perishable products, for any length of time in 
transportation, without affecting their quality of flavor, had l)een 
practically unsolved until 18G8, when William Davis of Detroit 
tried in vain to induce capitalists to take hold of the invention. 
Finally Mr. Hammond had a car fitted up expressly for carry- 
ing dressed beef to Eastern markets. The experimental trip 
was made in May l.SGD, from Detroit to Boston, and Avas a 
complete success. Mr. Hammond, with characteristic boldness 
and far-seeing business sagacity, soon after purchased the right 
to the exclusive use of the invention, and with Caleb Ives 
formed the Dressed Beef Transportation Company of Ham- 
mond, Ives & Co., which a few years after was changed to 
the firm name of George H. Hammond & Co. Conunencing 
with one car the business steadily inereased until at the time of 
Mr. Hammond's death, 800 cars were in constant use in their 
fresh meat trade with the Atlantic Coast, and they sent three 
ship-loads weekly to trans- Atlantic ports. They established 
slaughter-houses at Hammond, Ind., and Omaha, Xeb., actu- 
ally founding and building the first named city, which now has 
a large po])ulation, and is a thriving city. At this inmiense 
establishment, 1500 to 2000 head of cattle are killed each day, 
the business transacted reaching the sum of $12,000,000 to 
to $15,000,000 annually. The creation of this business was 
almost entirely due to the enterprise and sagacity of Mr. Ham- 
mond, and the results accom[)lished have been of great benefit 
to the conunercial world. 

In many respects Mr. Hannuond was a remarkable man. 
He scarcely had a boyhood. Beginning life's battles when ten 
years old, before he was twenty he carried upon his shoulders 
the responsibilities that would have tested the powers of most 
mature men. A covu'se of study in Goldsmith's (Commercial 
College while in his teens, begun and completed in the evening, 
gave him a knowledge of accounts, that supplemented his busi- 
ness training and his practical experience. He Avas shreAA'd 
and careful, but clear business perception gaAC him courage 
and boldness. At forty-eight he had noit only become one of 
the Avealthiest men of Detroit, but one of the best business 
men in the United States, and the central figure in a gigantic 
system of operations of Avhich fcAv people in Detroit realized 
the extent, and Avhich revolutionized the beef trade of the 



96 HAMMOND GEXEALOGY. 

eoiintrv and made his name well-known and respected in com- 
uiereial oiirlcs, in Chicago, New York, and Boston. He was a 
large real estate owner, in and near Detroit, and realized so fully 
that his success was gained here, that he desired that the city 
should reap the advantage due to his success. He was vice- 
president ot" The Commercial National Bank, a director in the 
Michigan Savings Bank, and in the Detroit Fire c^ ^Marine 
Insurance C^ompany, and in many ways was a reliable factor in 
the prosperity of Detroit. 

In the full tide of his success, when wealth and honor had 
rewarded his efforts, and Avhen seemingly he could illy be 
spared from the management of the great interests his genius 
had dcA'eloped, the end came suddenly and unexpectedly. 
Naturally of a strong and robust physique, the hard work and 
unremitting toil of many years appeared to fall lightl}^ upon 
him, but disease of the heart, baffling medical skill, terminated 
his life Dec. 29, 1886. 

His death caused deep and genuine sorrow wherever he was 
known, and the community in which he had long lived 
mourned the loss of one whose name was a synonym of busi- 
ness honor, whose private life was unexceptionable, and whose 
future promised so much. 

He was not a member of any church, but made liberal gifts 
to church enterprises, and his contri!)Utions to charitable and 
benevolent objects were many but unostentatious. He was 
reserved in manner, and gave his confidence only to a few, 
whom he implicity trusted, and in whom he created unbounded 
faith. His chief pleasures were found in the domestic circle, 
and he was able to leave the perplexing, and annoying cares of 
business outside of his home, where he was the ideal father and 
husband. 

He was fond of travel, going twice to Europe with part of 
his family, visiting also California and the South, and frequently 
visited, for business or pleasure, various parts of the United 
States. 

Dying in the prime of life, he left the impress of his work 
upon the commercial history of his generation, and to his 
family the rich legacy of a spotless reputation. 

George H. Hammond m. in 1857, Ellen Barry of Detroit, 
who was b. Jan. 20, 1838, and had eleven children, seven of 
whom are living. Issue : 

1. xVnnic Jennie, b. Mch. 15,1859. 

2. George Henry, Jr., b. Feb. 2, 18G1. 



gr;^ 







(iiioiiGi': 11. Hammond. 



DESCEXDANTS OF SAMUEL HAJVOIOXD. 97 



3. 


Sarah Agnes, 


b. Mch. 


31, 


1863. 


d. 


Oct. 


— , 1802. 


4. 


Mary LealKe, 


b. Jan. 


12, 


1866. 


d. 


Feb. 


20, 186.S. 


5. 


Charles Frederic, 


b. Jan. 


31, 


1868. 








G. 


John William, 


b. Oct. 


24, 


1870. 








7. 


Ellen. 


b. Apr. 


8, 


1872. 


d. 


Nov. 


17, 1S73. 


<s. 


Herbert H., 


b. Nov. 


11, 


1874. 


d. 


Apr. 


19, 1875. 


9. 


Florence Pauline, 


b. Dec. 


2, 


1877. 








10. 


Ethel Kate. 


b. Jun. 


10, 


1880. 








11. 


Edward Percy, 


b. Aug. 


3, 


1884. 









Of these children, 1, Annie Jennie'" m. Fel). 25, 1886, 
Charles William Casgrain, who was b. May 24, 18")I>, and is a 
lawyer at Detroit. Issue : 

1. Charlotte Marie Chase, b. Oct. 1, 1887. 

2. George Henry Jr.'" is president of the firm of 
Hammond, Standish & Co., and resides at Detroit. He m. 
Jul. 18, 1882, Francis Belle Perkins, who was b. Aug. 10, 
1861. Xo issue. 

3. Sarah Ag'nes'" m. Jun. 1885, Gilbert Wilson Lee, 
who was b. ]\Ieli. 2f^, ISGI. Mr. Lee is senior partner of a 
large and extensive Avholesale firm, dealing in canned goods 
and fancy groceries, at Detroit. Issue : George Hannnond. 

5. Cliarles Frederic,'" educated in the schools of De- 
troit, and a graduate of the Institute of Technology, Boston, 
class of '91, resides at Detroit. 

6. John William,'" after being educated at Detroit, 
made a tour around the world, and is now a student at Detroit. 

f-2-9-3-6. Zephaniah Woods,* fourth son of Thomas, 
b. at South Boston, was a farmer and gardener, and lived and 
d. in Fitchburg, Mass. He m. Ist, Jun. 8, 1846, Mary Bates, 
who was b. at Cohasset, Aug. 6, 1830, and d. at Fitchburg, 
Jan. 30, 1867. He m. 2d, ^Nlay 8, 1868, Martha L. Lawrence, 
who was b. in Leominster, Jun. 11, 1838, and survives him. 
Issue by the first marriage : 

1. Elizabeth Ann, b. Feb. 14, 1848. 

2. P\innie Bates, b. Sep. 28, 1851. d. Jun. 24, 1891. 

3. Frederick Herbert, b. Sep. 15, 1853. d. Jun. 3, 1878. 

4. William Hiram, b. Sep. 6, 1858. 

Of these children, 1. Elizaheth Ann' m. Nov. 1868, 
George Francis Burrage, who was b. in Leominster, Sep. 14, 
1838, and was au officer in the Civil War. The Burrages 
8 



98 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

resided first at Boston, where the first three children were born, 
later at Denver, and now live at Kedclifle, Col. Issue : 

d. Apr. 23, 1875. 



1. 


Frank Sumner, 


b. 


Oct. 


23, 


1872. 


2. 


Mary Catherine, 


b. 


Nov. 


18, 


1874. 


3. 


Louise ]\iinott, 


b. 


Mch. 


3, 


1877. 


4. 


Clarion Elizabeth, 


b. 


Nov. 


22 


1887. 



2. Faniiie Bates' m. Jan. 20, 1876, Walter C. Colby, 
who was b. in Charlestown, Mch. 9, 1844, and is a gate-tender 
at Everett, Mass. Issue : 



1. 


Edith M., 


b. Nov. 


25, 1877. 






2. 


Mabel E., 


b. Jan. 


17, 1879. 


d. Jul. 


12, 1888, 


3. 


William A., 


b. Jun. 


29, 1887. 


d. Jul. 


, 2, 1887, 


4. 


Mary A., 


b. Oct. 


7, 1888. 







3. Frederic Herbert/ who was b. at Fitchburg and d. 
at Leominster, Mass., was assistant keeper of the Boston Light- 
house for several years, and was keeper of the Narrows Light at 
the time of his death. He never married. 

4. William Hiram/ who is a rancher at Brush Creek, 
Col., m. Aug. 20, 1890, Laura Lobb, and has a daughter: 

1. Helen Bates, b. Jun. 23, 1891. 



y._JOSIAH HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Josiali^ Hammond, sixth son of SamueP [Benja- 
min,^ William'], lived first on the southeast part of his father's 
farm, the house standing quite near the waters of Buzzard's 
Bay. He afterwards sold this farm near the salt water, to his 
son Josiah 2d, and received land to the north of his father's 
place, where he built a second house. Although the house 
has disappeared, the place is still pointed out as the " Siah " 
place. He m. Mary Barlow, and had issue : 



1. Nathan 3d, 


b. Apr. 


27, 1716. 


d. 


2. Charity, 


b. Jun. 


5, 1718. 


d. 


3. Josiah 2d, 


b. Jun. 


17, 1729. 


d. May 21, 1816. 


4. Bethiah, 


b. Jul. 


3, 1731. 


d. 


5. Hannah, 


b. May 


26, 1733. 


d. 


6. Abner, 


b. Jun. 


10, 1735. 


d. 


7. Mary, 


1). May 


20, 1737. 


d. 


8. Deborah P., 


b. in 


1741. 


d. 


Of these children, 


nothing 


further is 


known of Bethiali 


Deborah P. 









DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 99 

2. Charity^* m. Apr. 15, 1744, Roger Hammond, son of 
Benjamin 2d, and lived in Hammondtown. Issue : Olive, 
Deborah, Anna, Benjamin, Thankful, and lioger Jr. 

5. Hannah* probably m. Jan. 15, 1764, Jona. Wing, 
and perhaps lived in the Wing neighborhood, Acushnet, JNlass. 
Issue unknown. 

7. Mary" probal^ly m. Joseph Briggs, and lived in Roch- 
ester. Issue : I^u<"7, iind perhaps a son Ebenezer. After 
Mary's death, Joseph Briggs m. 2d, Rose Hammond, daughter 
of Nathan 3d, and a neice of his first wife. 



1.— NATHAN 3d, OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f-1. Nathan 3d,* oldest son of Josiah, probably lived 
in that part of the old town of Rochester which adjoined the 
town of Wareham. He m. Mary Barlow at Rochester, and 
had issue : 



1. 


Badisheba, 


b. 


Aug. 


23, 


1740. 


d. 


Apr. 


1, 


1767. 


2. 


Beulah, 


b 


Apr. 


13, 


1742. 


d. 








3. 


Aaron, 


b. 


.Alay 


23, 


1744. 


d. 


Nov. 


30, 


1.S33. 


4. 


Barlow, 


b. 


Nov. 


7, 


1745. 


d. 








5. 


Experience, 


b. 


Sep. 


13, 


1747. 


d. 


Sep. 


24, 


1747. 


6. 


Ro!<e, 


b. 


Mch 


5, 


1749. 


d. 


Dec. 


21, 


182G. 


7. 


Shubael, 


b. 


Mav 


1', 


1750. 


d. 


Jul. 


1, 


1«35. 


«. 


Josiah, 


b. 


Dec. 


30, 


17, 2. 


d. 


Dec. 


12, 


1.S09. 


9. 


Tliankful, 


b. 


.Mch. 


22 


1755. 


d. 









Of Nathan's children, nothing further is known of Barlow 
and Thankful, and they very likely d. young. 

1. Bathsheba" m. Dec. 23, 1702, Bezaliel Washburne, 
and probably lived at Rochester. Issue not learned. 

2. Benlah" m. Apr. 1, 1767, John Briggs Jr. at Roch- 
ester, but her issue is not known. 

6. Rose* m. Josepii Briggs, and the family afterwards 
moved to Vermont, perhaps near Barnard, where Joseph d. 
Jul. 15, 1819, m. 76. Issue: Joseph, Mary, Peleg, Fiorina, 
and Abigail. Fiorina m. Dr. Thomas Swift of Barnard, and 
had a daughter Mary A., who m. George C. Hammond of 
Burnard. This George C. was a grandson of Jabez Hammond 
2d, who settled at Woodstock, Vt. 

* For further record of Charity, see Genealogy of Koger Hammond, Part V. 



100 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

8. Josiali,® Avho was a sailor, was lost at sea near Charles- 
ton, S. C, Dec. 12, 1801). 

f-1-3. Aaron,® oldest son of Nathan 3(1, lived near the 
old Friends' ^Meeting House, Marion, and perhaps a part of the 
time near Blackniore's Pond, A\ arehani. He was thrice mar- 
ried. He m. 1st, Aug. 24, ITGU, Abigail Weston, and had 
issue : 



1. Anna, 

2. Aaron, Jr., 

3. ]\Iary, 

4. Barlow, 

5. Lettes, 

6. Isaac \V., 

7. Bathsheba, 


b. Oct. 
b. ]\Iav 
b. May 
b. Jul. 
b. Feb. 
b. Oct. 
b. 


30. 1770. 
10, 17 72. 
29, 1775. 
9, 1777. 
21, 1779. 
13, 17.S2. 


d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 
d. 


iron m. 2d, Dec. 


23, 1784, Jedida White, and had fu 


8. Elijah, 

9. John, 
10. Abigail, 


b. Jul. 
b. Dec. 
b. 


7, 17S2. 
27, 1790. 


d. Feb. 16, 1830. 
d. in IMS. 
d. 



issue 



Aaron m. 3d, May, 8, 1794, Hannah Benson, but had no 
other issue. 

Of these children, nothing further is known of Anna, Aaron 
Jr., Mary, Lettes, and Isaac W. Probably most of them d. 
young. 

4. Barlow'^ m. a jNIiss SkiiF of Rochester, and had issue : 
Celista, and Polly Avho d. at the age of 10. Celista m. May 4, 
1823, Jabez Benson of Rochester, and had issue : William, 
Benjamin, Charity, Mercy, Jabez, and Mary. 

7. Bathsheba' m. Stephen Briggs of Rochester. Issue: 
Stephen, Daniel and Weston. 

10. Abig'ail,^ daughter of Aaron, in. in 1814 Benjamin 
Roo-ers at Wareham. 

■J--1-3-8. Elijah/ fifth son of Aaron, was a farmer, and 
lived first near Blackmore's Pond, Wareham, and afterwards 
on the farm now occupied by Stei)hen Hammond Jr., between 
Rochester Centre and the Marion R. R. Station. He had three 
wives. He m. 1st, in 1813, Sally Hathaway, who d. about 
1816. Issue: 

1. Arthur H., b. Jul. 20, 1814. 

2. Delia, b. Oct. 25, 1815. d. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 101 

Elijali 111. 2(1, Apr. 13, 1817, Xancy [Clifton] PLimmond, 
widow of AV^illiain Hammond, who d. Alch. 2U, 1818. Issue : 

3. Sarah, b. Feb. 15, 1818. d. Sep. 8, 1,S73. 

Elijah m. 3d, Sep. G, 1818, Beulah [Delano] Kiehmond, 
who was h. in 1787, and d. May 1, 1837. Issue : 

4. Nancy Clifton, b. :\ray 15, 1819. d. Apr. 4, 18G7. 

5. Job Delano, b. Nov. 9, 1820. 

6. Nathan Mendell, b. Jiin. 21, 1822. d. 

Of the above children, Nathan Mendell,^ Avho was cap- 
tain of a coasting vessel, d. single, at Baltimore, Md., at the 
age of 35. Delia* m. Horace Lovell of Sandwich, and had 
issue : Horace, James, and Sarah. Sarali^ m. 1st, George 
B. Folger of Nantucket, who d. in Dec. 1S4!). Issue : Lydia 
Winslow and Mary Kussell, both dying young and unmarried. 
Sarah m. 2d, Apr. 23, 1872, Anthony K. Whittemore, but 
had no other issue. 

4. ISTancy Clifton* m. Dec. 4, 1849, John Gould Luce 
of Marion, and had issue : 

1. John Frank, b. Oct. 11, 1851. Single, at ]\hirion. 

f-1-3-8-1. Arthur H.,* oldest son of Elijah, is a farmer, 
and lives in Wareham, Mass., near the Marion line. He m. 
1st, Nov. 10, 1834, Bethiah T. Crapo, who was b. in 1801, 
and d. Jan. 15, 1882. Issue : 

1. Arthur II., Jr., b. Jan. 15, 1836. 

2. Philander, b. about 1838. d. younfr. 
S.Lucy, b. in 1840. d. May —, 1887. 

Arthur H. m. 2d, Mrs. Catherine Louisa Pratt, widow of 
Winslow Pratt. No other issue. 

3. Lucy' m. 1st, Paul Briggs, but had no issue. She m. 
2d, Warren T. Crapo, and moved to North East, Erie Co., Pa., 
where she died. Issue: Delia, Carrie, and Alonzo. 

1. Arthur H. fJr." was for many years a sea captain in 
the whaling service, but is now a farmer at Wareham, .Mass. 
He m. Mch. 30, 1859, Sophia M. Savery, who was b. Mch. 5, 
1838. Issue: 

1. Arthur II. 3d, b. Sep. 18, 1869. 

2. Sophia, b. Jun. 27, 1875. 

2. Sophia'" was lately in the Preparatory School con- 
nected with Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. 



102 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. Arthur H. 3(1,'" Avho resides at Wareham, m. Feb. 
23, 1888, j\Iaiy S. Hammond, daughter of Capt. Clement 
Hammond, late of Marion, Mass. Issue: 

1. Bethiali H., b. Jul. 31, 1890. 

t-1-3-8-5. Job Delano/ second son of Elijah, is a 
farmer at East Wareham, Mass., Point Independence having 
been originally a part of his farm. He m. Apr. 4, 1846, Mary 
E. Swift of Wareham, and had issue : 

1. Obed Warren, b. Jun. 2, 1847. d. Feb. 27, 1866. 

2. James Henry, b. Aug. 3, 1849. d. Jun. 13, 1886. 

3. Mary Elizabeth, b. Oct. 30,1851. 

4. Job 'Delano 2d, b. Feb. 2, 1854. 

5. Nellie Blossom, b. Dec. 27,1855. d. Dec. 19,1865. 

6. Susan Bennett, b. Mch. 15, 1858. d. Dec. 17, 1883. 

7. C'lias. Edward, b. Feb. 27, 1861. 

8. Irvin Carleton, b. Oct. 27, 1864. 

9. Arthur Burton, b Sep. 9, 1867. 
10. Lillie Richmond, b. Jan. 13, 1873. 

Of the above children, 1. Obed Warren^ and 5. Xellle 
Blossom^ d. single, at East Wareham; 3. Mary Eliza- 
beth/ a teacher, 4. Job Delano 2cl/ a farmer, and 
10. Lillie Ricliniond/ are all single and all reside at East 
Wareham. 

2. James Henry' a seaman living at East Wareham, 
m. Aug. 2, 1879, Minnie Westgate, and had issue: 

1. Merle Kimball, b. Aug. 2, 1880. 

G. Susan Bennett' m. Jan. 15, 1881, Fred. Davis of 
Falmouth, Mass., where they resided. No issue to live. 

7. Charles Edward' is a fisherman and lives at East 
Wareham. He m. Jan. 9, 1885, Ella M. [TobeyJ Perry of 
Falmouth. No issue. 

8. Irvin Carleton' is a real estate broker at East Ware- 
ham. He m. Oct. 7, 1889, Laura Gunther of Louisville, Ky. 
Issue : 

1. Carlton D., b. Oct. 2, 1890. 

9. Arthur B.,' who is a clerk at East Wareham, m. 
Sep. 1891, Minnie Hall of Bourne, Mass. 

f-1-3-9. John/ sixth son of Aaron, was a whaler, and 
lived at Wareham, but d. at Fall River, Mass. He m. May 4, 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 103 

1817, Susan Green of Rochester, who was b. Aug. 16, 1795. 
Issue : 

1. Susan, b. in 1820. d. Sep. 6. 1886. 

2. John. Jr., b. Mch. 25, 1823. 

3. Elijah G.. h. Feb. 29,1825. d. Jul. 4,1838. 

4. Elisha Clark, b. Oct. 10, 1827. d. Oct. 8, 1856. 

5. Isaac D., b. Jan. 1,1829. d. 

Of these ehiklreu, Elijah O.^ was drowned at Fall River, 
Jul. 4, 1838. 

1. Susan® m. 1st, Russell T. Lawton, who lived at Fall 
River, and d. there May 16, 1851. She m. 2d, about 1853, 
Walter Perry of Acushnet, where she afterwards lived and 
died, near Mason Taber's Corner. No issue. 

2. John Jr.,® who was formerly a sea captain, is the 
oldest pilot in the eniplo}^ of the Fall River & Xew York Steam- 
boat Co., and lives in Fall River. He m. Jan. 24, 1855, 
Clarissa A. Battey of Fall River, who was b. Jul. 1, 1833. 
Issue : 

1. Adeline, } i ivr oa icct 

rt r^t r^i- r b. May 20, 1857. i u i ,« ,o/.o 

2. Clara Eliza, J ' ' d. teh. 12, 1803. 

Adeline* is a teacher in the public schools of Fall River. 

4. Elisha Clark,* a machinist, lived at Taunton, but 
was buried in Middleboro', Mass. He m. Louisa Siierman, 
who d. Oct. 29, 1856. Issue: Isadore and Clarence, both of 
whom d. young. 

5. Isaac D.® was a cai-penter, and lived and d. in Fall 
River. He m. Mary Nichols, and had issue : 

1. Clarence, b. in 1855. 

Clarence' is a grocer, and lives in Somerset, Mass. He 
m. Francis Marble, but has no issue. 

f-1-7. Shuhael/ fourth son of Nathan 3d, was a farmer, 
and lived in the northeasterly part of Rochester. He m. Oct. 
17, 1773, Anna Barden, who was b. in 1755. Issue: 



1. 


Nathan, 




b. Jul. 


18, 


1775. 


d. 


2. 


Josiah, 




b. Jan. 


15, 


1778. 


d. Oct. 5. 1799. 


3. 


Stephen, 




b. Apr. 


25, 


1780. 


d. Feb. 3. 1828. 


4. 


Olive. 




b. Oct. 


16, 


1782. 


d. 


5. 


Anna, 




b. Mch. 


22, 


17.S5. 


d. 


6. 


Noah, 




b. Jan. 


7, 


1 788. 


d. 


7. 


Shubael, 


Jr, 


b. Jan. 


22, 


1790. 


d. 



104 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



s. Waltstill, 


h. Oct. 


15, 1792. 


d. 


9. Rosanna, 


1). :May 


22, 1795. 


(I. 


10. Charity, 


b. Sep. 


28, 1798. 


d. Sep. 9, 1861. 



Of the above children, nothing further is known of Nathan'^; 
Josiali^ d. single, at the age of 21 ; and Anna' is said to 
have lived in some part of Connecticut. 

4. Olive' m. in 1803, Eliphalet Hall, and lived in some 
part of Connecticut. 

7. Slmbael Jr.' m. Mch. (>, 1806, Patty ShurtlefF, and 
lived in Aliddleljoro'. Nothing further known. 

9. Rosanna' m. Richard Doty, and lived in Middleboro', 
Rochester, etc. Issue : Harrison, Almira, Lucinda, Maria, 
Rufus, Eliza, and Nathan. 

8. Waitstiir m. David Shurtleff of Carxer, and lived in 
South Carver. Issue: Harriet, b. 1813; Martha, b. 1815; 
David AV., b. 1817; Mercy A., b. 1819; Jared, b. 1821; 
Anna, 1). 1823 ; Nathan, b. 1825 ; Stephen, b. 1827 ; Lorenzo, 
b. 1829; andLousia, b. 1834. 

10. Charity' m. in 1815 Eldredge Lovell of Yarmouth, 
Mass., Avhere she lived and died. Issue : 

1. Shubael, b. Dec. 7, 1816. d. Dec 26, 1817. 

2. Mary A., b. Nov. 28,1818. d. Nov. 28,1820. 

3. Mary A., 

4. Lewis E . 

5. (ieorsie, 

6. Noah H'd, 

7. Sarah A., 

8. Martha, 

9. Benjamin, 

10. Oliver, 

11. Nelson, 

f-1-7-3. Stephen,' third son of Shubael, was a nailer, 
and li\ed at Wareham. He in. ]Martha Shurtleft", and had 
issue : 

1. Abiel S., b. Dec. 22, 181S. d. Jun. 14, 1885. 

2. Otis M., b. d. 

2. Otis M.,® Avho was an ensign in the State Militia from 
1837 to LS40, was a nailer, and lived at AVest Wareham. He 
m. in 1835 Nancy Jackson, and liad : Nancy ^Nlalvina, who 
m. Jun. 30, 1855, R. AVhitney Studley of Boston. 



b. 
1). 


Aug. 
Sep. 


31, 
11, 


1820. 
1S21. 


d. 


Dec. 


8, 


1821. 


b. 


Aug. 


24, 


1823. 


d. 


Dec. 


6, 


1860. 


b. 


Feb. 


12, 


IS 26. 










b. 


Jan. 


26, 


IS 28. 


d. 


Sep. 


12. 


1S54. 


b. 


Oct. 


31, 


1S30. 


d. 


Mch. 


11, 


1832. 


b. 


Aug. 


9, 


1832. 










1). 


Nov. 


8, 


1S34. 


d. 


in 




1S80. 


b. 


Mch. 


u, 


1842. 


d. 


Oct. 


17, 


1.S43. 



DESCEXDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 105 

f -1-7-3-1. Abiel S.,^ who was a nailer at Warcham, 
served in the 32d oSIass. Keo't during; the Civil War. He m. 
Pcrnielia AVestgate, Avho was b. Oct. 25, 1825. Issue: 



1. 


Abiel S., Jr., 


1). 


INIch. 


20, 


1.S43. 


d. May 22, 1845 


2. 


G for .re W., 


b. 


Jun. 


22, 


1845. 




3. 


AutrilStUS S., 


b. 


Oct. 


2 


1.S4.S. 


(1. Sep. 23, 1849, 


4. 


]\Iartha, 


b. 


Oct. 


25 ' 


1S50. 


d 


5. 


John C, 


b. 


Nov. 


24, 


1S53. 


d. 



4. Martha® m. AVilliam II. II. Dcardon, and lives at 
Somerset, Mass. No issue. 

2. George W.* is a nailer, and has resided at Plymouth 
and Somerset, Mass., hut now lives at West Wareham. He 
m. Sarah Ellis of Marion, and had issue : 



1. 


William W., 


b. 


Aug. 


30, 


1870. 


2. 


]\Iattie WinjT, 


b. 


Dec. 


27, 


1871. 


3. 


Nellie C, 


b. 


Nov. 


3, 


1873. 


4. 


Susie Ellis, 


b. 


Mch. 


7, 


1884. 


5. 


George Abiel, 


b. 


Feb. 


1, 


1886. 


6. 


Ellis D., 


b. 


Jul. 


24, 


1889. 



5. tlolin C.® is a nailer, and lives at AVest Wareham. He 
m. Alinnie A. Pierce, and had issue : 



1. 


Clifford A., 


b. 


Sep 


24, 


1883. 


2. 


Chester H., 


b. 


IVIch. 


18, 


1885. 


3. 


Thurnian C, 


b. 


yiAV 


12, 


1888. 


4. 


John Franklin, 


b. 


.Alay 


7. 


1889. 



f— 1—7-6. Noali,' fourth son of Shubael, was a moulder, 
and lived first at ^Nliddlehoro', hut afterwards moved to Pocas- 
sett, Mass., where he died. He m. Zi]})ha Alaxim, and had 
issue : 

1. Noah, Jr., b. in 1814. 

2. Zilpha, b. in 181G. 

3. Lucy, b. in 181.S. d. in 1.S83. 

4. Jesse, b. in 1S24. d. in 1855. 

5. Ann, b. in 1827. d. in 1868. 

6. Robert C, b. in 1831. 

7. Eliza, 1). in 1834. 

8. Luther, b. in 1N36. d. in 1.S63. 

2. Zilpha* m. in 1.S34 Stillman AVrig-lit, and lives at 
Pocassett, Alass. Issue: Pose, Loretta, Alartha, Zilpha, 
Anderson, Noah, Preston, AVilliam, Bradford, and Stillman Jr. 

3. Lvicy* m. in 1838, Gardner Hathaway, resided at 
Tremont, Alass. for many years, but finally moved to Pocassett, 
where she died. Issue : Lavina, Alary, Alercy, Gardner, and 
Kobert. 



106 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

4. Jesse* was a moulder, and lived at Pocassett, Mass. 
He m. in 1853 Ann Raymond, and had issue : 

1. Lucy, b. in 1854. 

5. Ann* m. in 1841 Anderson Wright, and lived at Pocas- 
sett. Issue : Harriet, Ira, eJesse, Mabel, and Clara. 

6. Robert C* is a moulder, and resides at Pocassett. 
He m. in 1851 Cordelia Bennett, and had issue : 

1. Harry B., h. in 1866. 

2. Charles F., b. in 1868. 

1. Harry B.« m. Feb. 24, 1892, May A. Bowman of 
West Falmouth, and resides at Monument Beach, Mass. 

7. Eliza* m. in 1855 Asa Adams, and resides at Taunton, 
Mass. Issue : Estelle R. and Lizzie N. 

8. Liutlier* was a moulder, and lived at Pocassett. He 
enlisted in Co I, 40th Reg't M. V. M., and d. in the Hospital 
at Beaufort, S. C. He never married. 

t-1-7-6. Noali Jr.* was formerly a moulder at Pocas- 
sett, Mass. In 1859 he moved to and now lives on the Dolo- 
res River, La Plata Co., Col. He m. 1st, Feb. 10, 1842, 
Rosetta Taylor, and had issue : 



1. 


Joanna, 


b. 


Jul. 


7, 


1843. 


2. 


Naluim W., 


b. 


.Tun. 


8, 


1847. 


3. 


Mary E., 


b. 


Apr. 


22 


1850. 


4. 


Eliza L., 


b. 


Jul. 


26! 


1854. 


5. 


Jesse, 


b. 


Jun. 


29, 


1859. 


6. 

7. 


Etta, } ' 
Effie. S 


b. 


May 


13, 


1862. 


8. 


Robert C, 


b. 


May 


12, 


1865. 



Noah Jr. m. 2d, in 1888, Mrs. Almyra Pratt, but had no 
further issue. 

1, Joanna® m. Jul. 7, 1864 , Edgar G. Bates, a ranch- 
man of Denver, Col., and lives at Pine River, La Plata Co., 
Col. Issue: Laura E., Rosetta, Martin, Norman, William, 
Everett, (xrace. Bertha, Myrtle, and Huldah. 

2. Nahuni W." is a blacksmith and wagonmaker, and 
resides at Durango, Col. He m. Mch. 6, 1883, Anna M. 
Little, daughter of Orrin G. Little of New Albany, Ind. 
Issue : 

1. OwenC. b Feb. 18,1884. 

2. Gilbert N., b. Jul. 15, 1888. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 107 

At 17, Nahiim W. Avas enrolled in Co. E, 3d Reg't Col. Vol. 
Cavalry, for 100 days, and was mustered out at Denver, 
Dec. 28, 18G4. 

3. Mary E.* m. Apr. 23, 1865, Johnson Gibson of Den- 
ver, and resides at Hamburg, Fremont Co., Iowa. Issue: 
James, Jennie, Robert, Oscar, and Effie. 

4. Eliza L." m. 1st, Aug. 3, 1871, Simon Graves of 
Denver, and resides at Dolores. Issue : Herbert, Lillie, and 
Frank. Eliza m. 2d, Jun. 1882, Samuel Johnson of Pine 
River. Issue : Hattie, John, and Myrl. Mr. Johnson is a 
stock-raiser on Dolores River, Col. 

5. Josse^ is a lumberman, and resides at Pine River. 
He m. Jun. 27, 1883, Renie AV. Little, sister of Xahum's 
wife. Issue : 

1. Clyde R , b. May 17. 1884. 

2. Aiiiy B., b. Apr. 12, 18,s6. 

3. Roscoe C, b. May 18, 1888. 

4. LolaM., b Sep. 20, 1^90. 

6. Etta' m. Nov. 15, 1880, Oswald C. Sominers, a ranch- 
man of Pine River, Col., where tliey reside. Issue: Earl, 
Minnie, Raymond, Bessie, and Miles. 

7. Effie' m. Aug. 3, 1H79, Y. C. Salabar, a ranclunan of 
Pine River, where they now reside. Issue : Florence, Tvlean, 
Raymus, Earnest, and Albert. 

8. Kobert C.® is a sawyer and resides at Pine River. 
He m. Dec. 24, 1887, Elsie N. Little, sister of Xahum's wife. 
Issue : 

1. :MvronN., b. Oct. 23, 1890. 



3._J0SIAH 2d, of ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f-S. fJosiali 2d,^ second son of Josiah, and a sea-faring 
man, bought of his father and lived on the first " Siah " place 
near the waters of Buzzard's Bay, in the extreme soutliwestly 
part of the old town of Rochester. He m. 1st, Jan. 10, 1750, 
Rebecca Hammond, daughter of Capt. Jabez Hammond, who 
was b. Feb. 14, 1731, and d. Dee. 29, 1767. Issue: 

1. Elnathan, b. Nov. 19,1751. d. Jul. 19, 1831. 



108 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 



2. 


Anstris, 


b. Oct. 


11, 


1753. 


d. 






3. 


Richard, 


b. Jan. 


1, 


1756. 


d. 






4. 


Eunice, 


b. Jan. 


.22, 


1758. 


d. 


Feb. 


15, 1785. 


5. 


Priscilla, 


b. in 




1760. 


d. 






6. 


Lothrop, 


b. Apr. 


3, 


1762. 


d. 






7. 


Mary, 


b. Apr. 


2 


1764. 


d. 






8. 


Nathan, 


b. Feb. 


26,' 


1766. 


d. 


Apr. 


8, 1802. 



Josiah 2(1 m. 2d, Jul. 7, 1771, jNIaiy Barlow, who cl. 
Feb. 11, 1805, te. 75. Xo further issue. 

Of the above children, nothing further is known of Anstris, 
Priscilla, and Lothrop. 

4. Eunice® m. May 31, 1777, Noah Hammond, son of 
Israel, and grandson of Benjamin 2d. Issue : Ilebecca, Eliza- 
beth, and Priscilla. 

7. Mary® probably m. Jan. 24, 1785, Job Xeal of Eoch- 
ester. Issue : Josiah, Nathan, Abigail, and Nathaniel Ham- 
mond. 

f-3-3. Richard,® who lived in Fairhaven, Mass., m. 
Mch. 30, 1784, Ilebecca Stetson. Issue : Rebecca, liichard, 
Josiah, Fanny, and Eliza. 

Of these children, nothing further is known, except that 
Relbecca m. A. French Taber, and lived at Fairhaven, Mass. 

f-3-1. Elnatliaii,® oldest son of Josiah 2d, who was a 
captain of militia, lived on what is known as the AVilliam 
BoAvles place in Hammondtown, Mattapoisett. He m. 1st, 
Oct. 3, 1776, Temperance Clark, who d. Oct. 7, 1816, as. 64. 
Issue : 

1. Ansel, 

2. Ahce, 

3. Lothrop, 

4. Al)i<>;ail, 

5. Eunice, 

6. Wyatt, 

Elnathan m. 2d, Elizabeth Allen of Chilmark, who d. Jun. 
17, 1845, iG. 85. No other issue. 

Of the above children, Ansel,^ who was a sea captain, is 
supposed to have been captured at sea by pirates in 1805 ; and 
Liotlirop' d. single, at Mattapoisett. 

2. Alice, ^ or Elsie, m. 1st, in 1805, Nathaniel Cushing, 
and lived at Mattapoisett. Issue : Capt. Elnathan, Eunice, 
Charles Henry, Elizabeth, and Mary Ann. 



b. 


in 


1779. 


<i. in 




1805. 


b. 


in 


1782. 


d. Feb. 


13, 


1860. 


b. 


in 


1783. 


d. Dec. 


2, 


1854. 


b. 






d. Jan. 


16', 


1847. 


b. 


Aug. 


5, 1790. 


d. Jun. 


11, 


1845. 


b. 






d. Apr. 


20, 


1853. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 109 

Alice m. 2d, Josiah Sparrow of Rochester, but had no other 
issue. 

4. Abigail' m. in 1805 Alfred Kendrick of New Bedford, 
and had issue : Ansel, Hulda, Frank, Caroline, Eliza, Abby, 
Emily, John, Henry, George, and Ann Eliza. 

5. Eunice' m. in 1810, Dr. Seth Haskell of Rochester, 
and had issue : David, Caroline, Lucy, William, and ]\Iaria. 

f -3-1-6. AVyatt' was a house-carpenter, and lived at 
Mattapoisett. He m. :\Ich. 12, 1810, Mary LcBaron of Ply- 
mouth, who d. Jul. 19, l8o3. Issue : 

1. AVilliam LeBaron, b. May 27, 1813. d. 

2. Marv Allen, b. Sep. 26, 1816. b. in 1S36. 

3. Ansel, b. May 9, 1822. d. 

Of these children, 1. William LeBaroii* was lost at 
sea, and 3. AiiseF d. at sea, both single. 

2. Mary Allen'* m. Oct. 27, 1834, Hallett M. Cannon, 
a ship-carpenter at Mattapoisett. Xo issue. 

f-3-8. Xatlian,* fourth son of Josiah 2d, was a sea cap- 
tain, and lived and d. at ^Mattapoisett, ^Nlass. He m. Oct. 18, 
1789, ]\Iehitable Barlow, who was b. ]May 27, 1705, and d. 
Mch. 14, 1835, at Poughkeepsic, X. Y. Issue : 



1. 


An.^tis, 


b. 


Sep. 


3, 


1791. 


d. 


Jun. 


24. 


ISU. 


2. 


Nathan, Jr., 


b. 


:\Ich. 


13, 


1793. 


d. 


Sep. 


5, 


ISOO. 


3 


Thomas, 


1). 


Feb. 


2S, 


1794. 


d. 


May 


24, 


18.S(). 


4. 


Sally. 


b. 


Sej). 


IS, 


1796. 


d. 


Sep. 


11, 


ISOO. 


5. 


Charlotte, 


b. 


Jul. 


14, 


1798. 


d. 









]Mehitable with three children, Anstis, Tiiomas, and Char- 
lotte, after the death of her husband, moved from Rochester, 
Mass., to Amenia, Dutchess Co., X. Y., about 1803-5. 

Of the above children, Anstis, Xathan Jr., and Sally d. 
young; and Charlotte' m. Theodorus Gregory, lived at 
Poughkeepsie, X. Y., and had three children: Clarissa, 
Thomas, and ^Nlariette, all dead. 

t-3-8-3. Thomas,' second son of Xathan, was a phvsi- 
cian and surgeon, and lived at Dover, Dutchess Co., X. Y., 
from 1824 to 1865,' and d. at Port Huron, Mich. He m. 
Jan. 7, 1814, Clarissa Barlow, daughter of Thomas and Amv 
[Delano] Barlow, who was b. Xov. 2b, 1794, and d. Feb. 27, 
1859. Issue : 



110 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. Anslis, b. Dec. 9, 1815. d. Dec. 29, 1834. 

2. riavilaiul. b. Feb. 19, ISIS. <1. Jun. —,1866. 

3. Natbaii, b. Jun. 14, 1S20. d. Jun. 20, 1839. 

4. Thomas, Jr., b. Dec. 17, 1S22. 

5. Theodore, b. Jun. 7, 1S25. d. Apr. 5, 1857. 
6 Charles, b. Jun. 23, 1826. 

7. Harriet, b. Jul. 31, 1830. d. in 1887. 

J- E'!^^'"' i b.Nov. 18,1838. ')-?^l^- 2;.;8f- 

9. Ldwai-d, ^ ' d. Dec. 21, 1838. 

2. Haviland/ who was a gunsmith, served during the 
Civil War, in a N. Y. Reg't of Heavy Artillery. He m. Kate 
Maney of St. John, N. B., now deceased. Issue: Clara, 
who died at the age of 10 or 12. 

5. Tlieodore* was a wheelwright at Dover, Dutchess Co., 
N. Y. He never married. 

6. Charles* is a railroad conductor, and lives at Babylon, 
Long Island. He ra. Sep. 1849, Hannah McKoy, and had 
issue : Charles Edward and Clarissa, both dying young. 

7. Harriet' m. Jun. 17, 1858, Asa Wright, and lived at 
Port Huron, Mich. Issue : Bertha and Harry. 

t-3-8-3-4. Thomas Jr.,' third son of Thomas, is a 
physician and resides at Dover Plains, Dutchess Co., N. Y. 
He graduated in medicine at the University of New York in 
184G ; and was a member of the New York State Assembly in 
1876-7. He m. 1st, May 18, 1854, Rachel Burton, avIio was 
b. May 26, 1825, and d. Oct 27, 1873. Issue: 

1. Burton, b. Oct. 18, 185G. 

2. Charles, b. Mch. 11,1862. 

Dr. Hammond m. 2d, Aug. 29, 1877, Harriet A. Burton, a 
relative of his first wife. No further issue. 

1. Burton* is an attorney-at-law, and resides at Lyons, 
Wayne Co., N. Y. He m. N^ov. 14, 1878, Sophie Van Marter, 
and had issue : 

1 . Clara Dorsey, 

2. Rachel Burton, 

3. Helen Cline, 

4. Mary Ellen, 

2. Charles' is a clerk in the War Department at Wash- 
ington, D. C. He m. in 1885 Etta Adams, daughter of Allan 
Adams of Richmond, Va., where she d. Nov. 16, 1892, with- 
out issue. 



b. 


Apr. 


13, 


1881. 


b. 


Jan. 


30, 


1884. 


b. 


Apr. 


13, 


1887. 


b. 


Jul. 


1-1, 


1889. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. Ill 

f-G. Abiier/ third son of Josiah, lived to the north of 
the first "Siah" place, West Mattapoisett Neck. He m. in 
1760 Huldah Hammond, and had issne : 



1. 


Roger, 


b. Jan. 


16, 


17G1. 


d. 


2. 


Jeduthan, 


b. Sep. 


27, 


1762. 


d, 


3. 


Charity, 


hap. in 




1770. 


d 


4. 


Elizabeth, 


bap. in 




1772. 


d 


5. 


Ruth, 


bap. in 




1774. 


d 


G. 


Abner, Jr., 


bap. in 




177G. 


d, 



Of these children, nothing further is known of Jeduthan, 
Charity, Elizabeth, Ruth, and Abner Jr. Probably some or 
all of them died young. 

|-G-1. Roger/ who lived in Rochester, Mass., m. 1st, 
Oct. 1, 1780, Lydia Jenney, who was b. in 1751), and d. Nov. 
27, 17i)6, and was buried at Aeushnct. She was a daughter 
of Nathaniel and Mercy Jenney. Roger probably m. 2d, Oct. 
1792, Olive Hovey, and is said to have moved to Portland, 
Me. Nothino- further is known of him. 



VI.— BARXABAS HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Barnabas^ Haiiiiiiond, seventh son of Sanuiel,^ 
[Benjamin,^ William'], Avas a farmer, and lived on the old 
homestead of his father. The old house built by him in 17()7 
is still standing, fairly Avell preserved. He m. Mch. 14, 1722, 
Susannah Hannnond, his cousin, and daughter of Nathan Ham- 
mond [Y. Part IV.], who was b. Mch. 24, 1701. Issue: 

1. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 29,1722 d. Sep. 16,1796. 

2. James, b. about 1725. d. in 1780. 

3. Mary, bap. 7, 11, 1742. d. 

4. Ellis, bap. 7, 11, 1742. d. 

Of these children, nothing further is known of Elizabeth, 
Mary, and Ellis. 

t-2. Jalne^s'' was a farmer, inheriting his father's form. 
He m. Apr. 3, 1753, Hannah Barlow, and had issue : 



1. 


Gideon, 


b. 


Jun. 


2, 


1754. 


d. 


Mch. 


21, 


1849. 


2. 


Barnabas 2d, 


b. 


in 




1756. 


d. 








3. 


Susannah, 


b. 


Aug. 


21, 


1758. 


d. 








4. 


James, Jr., 


b. 


Jan. 


26, 


1763. 


d. 


Jan. 


29, 


1826. 


5. 


Jesse, 


b. 


Apr. 


24, 


1765. 


d. 


Aug. 


29, 


1844. 



Of these children, Susannah* m. Jun. 1803, Harper 
Delano, and lived on Great Neck, Marion. No issue. 



112 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1.— GIDEON OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f— 2— 1. Gideon,® oldest son of Jflmes, was a sergeant in 
Capt. Clapp's Company, Col. Cotton's Regiment, in 1775. 
Dnring the Revolutionary War, lie was a captain in the Regular 
Army, and did good service in the field, being with Gen. 
AAashington at Medfbrd, Mass., at one time. He was after- 
wards a farmer, having the old homestead as an inheritance 
from his father. He m. Xov. 7, 1798, Mary Norton, who Avas 
b. Sep. 14, 1756, and d. Apr. 5, 1839. Issue : 

1. James, b. Dec. 11, 1795. d. Oct. 23, 1857. 

2. Priscilla. h. Sep. 8, 1799. <i. Feb. 9, 1.S84. 

3. AVaitstill, b. Oct. 2, 1801. d. May 17, 1826. 

Of these children, Waity^ d. at the age of 24, and Pris- 
cilla' at the age of 84, both single. 

f-2-1-1. James,' only son of Gideon, Avas a school- 
teacher and a farmer on his father's place. He m. 1st, ^lay 12, 
1836, Hannah [Morgan] Cowell, who was b. Xov. 1805, and 
d. Aug. 6, 1846. Issue : 

1. John M., b. Mch. 22, 1837. 

2. Edwin. b. Nov. 10, 1838. d. Aug. 21, 1891. 

3. Mary Eliza, b. Apr. 5,1841. d(I)XO/^/f^Z 
James m. 2d, ^lary [Hammond] Davis, daughter of Timothy 

Plammond, and Avidow of Moses Davis. X"o further issue. 

f -2-1-1-1. John M.," AA'ho in early life Avas a slioc- 
maker, aftcrAvards bought out the other heirs, and lived on his 
father's place a number of years after his marriage. He after- 
wards sold the old homestead, and moved to New Bedford, 
Avhere he is noAV Avorking as a carpenter. He m. Nov. 27, 
1858, Mary Ann Shaw of Fairha\'en, who Avas b. Apr. 20, 
1842. Issue : 

1. Joanna P., b. Aug. 29, 1859. d. Feb. 4, is 74. 

2. Eloise M., b. Aug. 9, 1861. d. Dec. 23, 1886. 

3. Edwin F., b. Jul. 14, 1863. 

3. EtlAvin F.," aa-Ivo is a carpenter at Ncav Bedford, m. 
Jan. 5, 1886, Augusta L. Escher. Issue : 

1. Leroy E., b. Jan. 31.1887, 

f-2-1-1-2. EtlAviii,* Avhen a young man, Avent to Sacra- 
mento, Cal., Avhere he Avas in business for many years, but died 
at Los Angeles. He m. Sep. 1870 Annie France, and had 
issue : 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 113 



1. 


John Edwin, 


b. 


about 


1873. 


d. 




young. 


2. 


Edna, 


b. 


in 


1S76. 


d. 


May 


— ' 1S91. 


3. 


Etola, 


1). 


Dec. —, 


, 1878. 


d. 


Sep. 


— , 1879. 


4. 


Edwin, Jr., 


b. 


about 


1880. 









Mrs. Hammond, with her sou Edwin Jr., resides at Sacra- 
mento. 

f-2-1-1-3. 3Iary Elizabeth/ a graduate of the Normal 
School at Bridge water, Mass., was for a number of years a 
teacher in the public schools in Mass. She m. Sep. 7, 1866, 
Lenuiel Pitts, who was b. Aug, 22, 1841, and lives in Quincj, 
Mass. Issue : 

1. Annie Hollywood, b. Nov. 1, 1867. 

2. Clara Belle' b. Aug. 21, 1869. 

3. Ralph Shaw, b. Jul. 8, 1873. 

4. Marian Hammond, b. Apr. 26, 1877. 

5. Marv Eva Thayer, b. Sep. 8, 1878. 

6. Lemuel, Jr., b. May 4, 1881. 



2.— BARNABAS 2d, OF FAIKHAVEN, MASS. 

f-2-2. Barnabas 3cl,* second son of James, was a rigger, 
sailmaker, and ship owner, and lived in Fairhaven, Mass. He 
m. in 1780 Hulda Hillman of Gay Head, Martha's Vineyard. 
Issue : 



1. 


Daniel, 


b. 


about 




1782. 


d. 








2. 


James, 


b. 


in 




1784. 


d. 


Oct. 


4, 


1858. 


3. 


Barney, 


b. 


in 




17S7. 


d. 


Sep. 


1', 


1864. 


4. 


Susan, 


b. 


Jan. 


14. 


1788. 


d. 


Jan. 


11, 


1850. 


5. 


Freelove, 


b. 


Jul. 


31, 


1789. 


d 


May 


26, 


1831. 


6. 


Polly, 


b. 


in 




1790. 


d. 








7. 


Wilson, 


b. 


Feb. 


1', 


1791. 


b. 


Dec. 


1.5, 


1871. 


8. 


Freeman, 


b. 








d. 









Of these children, Dailier d. single at Fairliaven ; Slisail^ 
m. Feb. 14, 1805, Tripp Taber, and lived at Fairhaven. Issue : 
Harriet, Francis, Daniel Hammond, Enoch, Granville, and 
Emily. Freelove' m. in 1801 Anthony Allen, who was b. 
Apr. 21, 1777, and d. Apr. 27, 1857. She lived at Fairliaven, 
and had issue : Eliza F. , Cliarles C. , and William W. Polly' 
ni. Selick Osborn, and lived at Fairhaven. Issue : Nathaniel 
and Mary. 

8. Fi'eeman' was a sailor, and lived at Fairhaven. He 
m. Ruby Blankenship of Marion, but had no issue. 
9 



114 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

f -2-2-2. James' was a rigger and sailmaker, and lived 
at Fairhaven. He m. 1st, Sep. 27, 1807, Catherine Blanken- 
ship of Marion. Issue : 

1. Eliza B., b. in 1811. 

2. Susan, b. in 1S14. d. Aug. 22, 1843. 

3. Francis, b. Jun. 12, 1817. 

James m. 2d, Ruth Sherman, but by her had no issue. He 
m. 3d, Lydia Howard, and had further issue : 

4. James, Jr., b. Mch. 4, 1828. 

5. Charles A., b. in 1829. d. Oct. 8, 1863. 

6. George L , b. about 1831. d. young. 

7. Catherine, b. Dec. 6, 1833. 

Of James's children, Susan* died at Fairhaven, single ; 
Eliza B.** m. in 1830 Abner Brownell, and lived in Little 
Compton, R. I. Issue : George Morgan, Ann Eliza, Henry 
Grinnell, and Susan Augusta. Catherine * m. Jan. 1, 1857, 
James Lewis, and lives at Fairhaven. Issue: Charles W., 
b. Mch. 22, 1865, who lives single at Fairhaven. 

f -2-2-2-3. Francis,* oldest son of James, is a laborer, 
and lives at Fairhaven. He m. 1840, Sally Eldredge, and had 
issue : 

1. Charles E., b. Nov. 24,1844. 

2. Francis, Jr., b. Apr. 24, 1846. 

3. John, b. Nov. 14, 1847. d. young. 

4. Georgianna, b. Aug. 22, 1849. 

5. Sarah E., b. Nov. 1, 1858. d. Jun. — , 1887. 

Of these children, 4. Georgiana/ who lives in Fairhaven, 
m. Jul. 4, 1866, James M. Hall Jr., who was b. in 1845. 
Issue: Charles F., b. 1870; James M. Jr., b. 1874. 

5. Sarali E.^ m. Charles Thomas, and lives at Fairhaven. 
Issue : Albert, Thomas, Ellery, and Bertha. 

1. Charles E.® is a laborer, and lives at Fairhaven. He 
m. Feb. 7, 1866, Louise [Macomber] West, who was b. Sep. 
26, 1842. Issue : 

1. Helen Mar, b. Feb. 4,1868. 

2. INIary, b. about 1871. d. young. 

3. William, b. about 1874. d. young. 

4. Charles W., b. Jul. 22, 1878. 

Of these children, Helen Mar,'" who lives at Fairhaven, 
m. Jun. 25, 1889, Audelle W. Monk, who was b. Feb. 9, 
1870. Issue: Louise E. Monk, b. Feb. 27, 1890. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 115 

2. Francis Jr.^ is a laborer, and lives at Fairhaven. He 
m. Jul. 3, 1870, Esther Davis, and had issue : 

1. Lydia, b. Sep. 12, 1871. 

2. Henry, b. Apr. 10, 1875. 

f -2-2-2-4. James Jr./ who is a caulker at Fairhaven, 
m. in 1853 Parnielia Howard. Issue : 

1. Adelaide N., b. Nov. 30, 1856. d. Oct. 8, 1884. 

2. MarciaD., b. Sep. 30,1860. 

Of these children, Adelaide N.® d. at Fairhaven, single ; 
and Marcia D.^ m. Jul. 23, 1885, Frederick H. AVood of 
Fairhaven. No issue. 

t-2-2-2-5. Charles A./ who was also a caulker at Fair- 
haven, m. Oct. 28, 1855, Marcia T. Davis. Issue : 

1. George, b. Sep. 1, 1858. 

1. George® is a druggist in New Bedford, firm of Church 
& Hammond, and lives at Fairhaven. He m. Nov. 4, 1882, 
Edvina A. Stowell. No issue. 

•|-_2-2-3. Barney,' third son of Barnabas 2d, was a rig- 
ger and sailmaker at Fairhaven. He m. 1812 Sally P. Delano, 
who was b. in 1786, and d. in 1863. Issue : 

1. David Delano, b. in 1812. d. in 1866. 

f-2-2-3-1. Dav^id Delano^ was a cooper at Fairhaven, 
and was thrice married. He m. 1st, in 1834 Sarah Hodges, 
who was b. in 1817, and d. in 1838. Issue: 

1. Julia A. Bates, b. Aug. 16, 1836. 

2. George F., b. in 1838. d. in 1850. 

David D. m. 2d, May 22, 1839, Sarah [Brown] Paine, 
who was b. Nov. 5, 1801, and d. in 1851. Issue : 

3. Sarah Thomas, b. Aug. 6, 1841. 

David D. m. 3d, Dec. 30, 1854, Mrs. Betsey P. Hattle- 
stone (or Huddlestone), but had no further issue. 

Of David's children, 3. Sarah Thomas' resides, single, 
at Boston; and Jnlia A. Bates' m. Jun. 21, 1870, Capt. 
Aaron C. Sergeant, and lives at Melrose, Mass. Capt. Ser- 
geant, who was formerly in business in Boston, d. Apr. 4, 1890. 
No issue. 

1-2-2-7. Wilson,' fourth son of Barnabas 2d, was a 



116 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

riii'ger and a sailmaker at FairliaTcn. He m. Nov. 2, 1811, 
Harriet Blankeuship of Marion, who was b. in 1790, and d. 
Nov. 13, 1834. Issue : 



1. 


William B., 


b. Jun. 


12, 


1812. 


^.5*^^ >'?'' 


2, 


Lydia Parker, 


b. Oct. 


17, 


1816. 


d. Oct. 15, 1823. 


3. 


Harriet, 


b. Jan. 


25, 


1818. 




4. 


Elizabeth 11., 


b. Feb. 


9, 


1821. 




5. 


Henry, 


b. May 


11, 


1828. 


d. Jul. 18, 1884. 


6. 


Jane Hiller, 


b. Oct. 


28, 


1833. 





Wilson m. 2d, Jun. 7, 1840, Cloe Phillips, who was b. in 
1801, and d. Dec. 18, 1870. No further issue. 

Of Wilson's children, Henry** was a painter at Fairhaven, 
Avhere he d. single at the age of 56. 

3. Harriet* m. about 1836, Edwin R. Almy, and lived 
at Fairhaven. Issue : Edwin II., Harriet, Frank, William, 
Nathaniel, and George. 

4. Elizabeth H/ in. Jul. 6, 1839, Samuel Rand of 
Fairhaven, who d. in 1858. Issue : 

1. Mary, b. Feb. 15, 1844. 

2. Deborah, b. Jun. 3, 1849. 

3. Frank A., b. Feb. 17, 1854. 

6. Jane Hiller* m. in 1853 Charles L. Wrio-htino-ton, 
and lives in Wilmington, Del. Issue : Susan, Ida Frances, 
Luella, and Hattie Alniy. 

|_2-2-7-l . William Blankensliip, * oldest son of Wil- 
son, educated in the common schools, in early life was a grocer's 
clerk, and then a cooper at Fairhaven. In 1832 the CongTCga- 
tional Church at Fairhaven, appreciating young Hanmiond's 
earnestness of purpose, and devotion to the cause of Chris- 
tianity, determined to prepare him for the ministry. Accord- 
ingly he was fitted for college at Bangor Seminary, Maine ; 
oraduated at Amherst Colleo'C, class of '40 : and at the 
Andover Theological Seminary in '43 ; was ordained at Canton, 
Mass., as a Congregational clergyman, Jun. 5, 1844; installed 
at South Braintree in 1849 ; was agent for the Mass. Sabbath 
School Society in 1856; preached at Morrisville, N. Y,, seven 
years, and at Lenox, N. Y., seven more ; in 1870 was installed 
pastor of the Congregational Church in Acushnet, Mass. ; and 
in 1878 in Rome, N. Y., where he now lives, a retired clergy- 
man. He is an honest man, of positive ideas, and an accepta- 
ble preacher, full of many years and good works. He m. 



.<^tB| •i'B\ 



% 




Rev. William B. Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 117 

Mch. 18, 1844, Louise M. Pond of Clinton, N. Y., who was 
b. Oct. 9, 1818, and d. Jim. 24, 1880, at Rome, N. Y. Issue : 

1. Sarah B., b. ,Jan. 1, 1845. 

2. William F., b. Sep. 1, 1848. d. Sep. 30, 1852. 

3. Julius W., b. Sep. 1, 1855. d. Oct. 20, 185G. 

4. Eddie L., b. Jun. 14,1858. d. Jul. 28,1862. 

Sarah Baclielder* resides with her father at Rome, X. Y,, 
never havino^ married. 



4.— JAMES JR. OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

t-2-4. James Jr.,® third son of James, was a farmer, 
and lived on the West Neck, Mattapoisett, in the southwesterly 
part of the old town of Rochester. He m. May 10, 4786, 
Deborah Snow, who was b. in 1765, and d. Dec. 3, 1843. 
Issue : 

1. Nancy, b. Sep. 17, 1786. d. Apr. 10, 1874. 

2. Gideon 2d, b. in 1791. d. Jun. 3, 184.S. 

3. Bruce F., b in 1798. d. Oct. 18, 1S54. 

4. Deborah, b. May 13, 1800. d. Feb. 8, 18G7. 

■|-_2-4-l. Nancy' m. about 1806 Seth Bradford, and 
lived in what is now Acushnet, Mass. Seth was a farmer in 
Acushnet, and was b. at Plympton, Mass., Dec. 22, 1783. 
Issue : James H., Henry A., Sarah A., Melvin Otis, Deborah, 
Aaron, Philip A., and Josiah. 

t-2-4-3. Bruce F/ Avas a ship-carpenter, and lived in 
the village of Mattapoisett. He m. 1st, Lydia Blossom, who 
was b. Oct. 18, 171)6, and d. Aug. 12, 184*8. Issue: 
1. Horace Bruce, 1). in 1825. d. Nov. 26, 1848. 

Bruce F. m. 2d, Sapphira Peckham, who d. Sep. 19, 1853, 
but had no other issue. 

f-2-4-4. Deborah,' who lived in Mattapoisett Village, 
m. 1st, Mch. 31, 1822, Luther Avery. She m. 2d, Jul. 31, 
1837, Wyatt Snow of Mattapoisett. No issue by either hus- 
band. 

t-2-4-2. Gideon 2d,' oldest son of James Jr., inher- 
ited and lived on his father's farm. He m. about 1810 Rebecca 
Blossom, who was b. Aug. 31, 1792, and d. May 7, 1872. 
Issue : 

1. Joseph J., b. Aug. 11, 1812. 



118 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



2. 


Adeline -T , 


b. 


Nov. 


13, 


1814. 


d. 


Mch. 


18, 


1878. 


3. 


Amelia L., 


b. 


Jan. 


26, 


1815. 


d. 


May 


14, 


1887. 


4. 


Frederic A., 


b. 


Nov. 


2 


1817. 










5. 


Mary B., 


b. 


Jan. 


25,' 


1821. 


d. 


Mch. 


3, 


1843. 


6. 


Sylvia R., 


b. 


Oct. 


6, 


1832. 


d. 


Mch. 


19, 


1884. 



2. Adeline J.,* who lived at Fairhaven, m. in 1830, 
Edward Simmons, who was b. at Middleboro', Mass., and d. 
in California. Issue : 

1. Eliza A., b. Dec. 14, 1834. 

2. Edward W., b. Jul. 12, 1839. 

Of these children, Eliza A.« m. Jun. 20, 1866, Robert 
Bennett of Fairhaven. No issue, Edward W/ m. S. Helen 
Wilcox. Issue: Walter E., b. Feb. 18, 1874. 

3. Amelia E.,® second daughter of Gideon 2d, who also 
lived in Fairhaven, m. Feb. 13, 1834, Peleg AV, Gilford, who 
was b. Jul. 10, 1805. Peleg Gilford was a captain in the 
whale fishery, sailing from Fairhaven, where he d. Sep. 27, 
1888. Issue: 

1. Sarah Eliz., b. Apr. 25,1839. 

2. Abbie Palmer, b. Jan. 20, 1841. 

Of these children, Sarah E/ m. Feb. 7, 1861, Cornelius 
Grinnell, and lives at Brooklyn, N. Y, Issue : Mary Arnold, 
Henry Bogers, Lizzie Winslow, and Leslie Clark. 

Abbie® m. Nov, 17, 1862, Henry H. Rogers, and lives in 
New York City. Mr. Rogers, who is a member of the Standard 
Oil Co., is giving his native village, Fairhaven, many substan- 
tial tokens of his regard in the form of public buildings, etc. 
Issue: Annie S., Cara Leland, Millicent Gifford, Mary Hud- 
dlestone, and Henry Huddlestone Jr. 

5. Mary Blossom,* who lived and died on the old home- 
stead, m. James Allen who was born in New Bedford. Issue : 
Mary, who died young. 

6. Sylvia R.® lived first in Fairhaven, and afterwards 
lived and d. in Brooklyn, N. Y. She m. Daniel Ripley, who 
was b. in New Bedford. Issue : Willie, who d. in infancy. 

f-2-4-2-1. Joseph J.,* oldest son of Gideon 2d, was a 
farmer and lived on the old homestead, West Neck, Mattapoi- 
sett. He m. Dec. 23, 1835, Nancy Allen of Acushnet, who 
was b. Apr. 4, 1814, and d. Sep. 26, 1870. Issue: 

1. Mary A., b. Jul. 29, 1838. d. May 15, 1864. 

2. Rebecca H., b. Dec. 18, 1840. d. Mch. 5, 1886. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAlVrVIOND. 119 

3. Amelia L., b. Apr. 18, 1843. d. May 9, 1883. 

4. James A., b. Aug. 8, 1846. 

Of these children, 3Iary A.' and Rebecca H/ d. at 

Mattapoisett, single. 

3. Amelia L.' m. Nov. 13, 1866, Benjamin F. Eobinson, 
and lived at Mattapoisett. Issue : 

1. Harry L., b. Oct. 6, 1867. d. Mch. 8, 1886. 

4. James A.' is a shoemaker, and lives at Brockton, 
Mass. He m. Jan. 6, 1869, Hattie Burrell of Falmouth, 
Mass., who was b. Jan. 26, 1841. Issue: 

1. Horace Bruce, b. Feb. 9, 1880. 

Joseph J. noAV resides, with his son James, at Brockton, 
Mass. 

•|-_2-4-2-4. Frederic A.,^ second son of Gideon 2d, is 
a rancher at Los Angeles, Cal. He m. Sep. 12, 1844, Kebecca 
[Gelett] Bly, who d. Feb. 10, 1892. Issue : 

1. Andrew R., b. Jul. 31,1845. 

2. Thomas B., b. Oct. 4, 1847. d. Sep. 1. 1876. 

3. Mary, b. in 1849. d. in 1849. 

4. Sylvia, b. in 1850. d. in 1852. 

5. George S., b. Mch. 20, 1857. d. Aug. 18, 1888. 

Of these children, who were b. at Buffalo, N. Y., Mary' 
and Sylvia* d. young: Thomas B.' was killed by the 
Apaches at Globe City, Ariz., in 1876; and George S.' d. 
single, at Los Angeles, in 1888. 

1. Andre^v Robinson® is a broker, and lives in Xew 

York City. He m. 1st, Delia , and had issue : 

1. Alice, b. Mch. 15, 1877. 

He m. 2d, Kate Wame, but has no further issue. 



5.— JESSE OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f-2-5. Jesse/ fourth son of James, was a house-carpen- 
ter, and lived in Mattapoisett Village. He m. 1st, Susannah 
Shaw of East Fairhaven, daughter of William Shaw, who was 
b. in 1776, and d. Aug. 14, 1811. Issue : 

1. Hannah, b. Jun. 19, 1795. d. Nov. 3, 1879. 

2. Sophia, b. Nov. — , 1796. d. Dec. 19, 1859. 

3. Mary, b. Sep. 25, 1800. d. Feb. 20, 1865. 

4. Susan, b. about 1802. d. young. 



120 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

5. Lucy, b. in 1803. d. Feb. 6, 1879. 

6. Roger AVing, b. in 1807. d. Dee. —, 1849. 

7. Sarah Shaw, b. in 1809. d. Jan. — , 1812. 

Jesse m. 2d, Mch. 20, 1813, Charity Winslow, who was b. 
in 1773, and d. Jun. 13, 1849. Issue : 

8. Joseph W., b. Dec. 27, 1813. 

9. Sarah AV., b. Nov. 22, 1817. d. Jan. 1, 1827. 

10. Jesse, Jr., b. Feb. 7, 1820. 

11. Susan, b. Jan. 13, 1822. 

12. WiUiam, b. Feb. 2, 1825. d. Aug. 25, 1825. 

Of Jesse's ehildren, the two Sarahs, the first Susan, and 
William d. young ; and Jesse Jr/ resides at Stockton, 
Cal., single. 

f -2-5-1. Hannah' lived in the southwesterly part of 
Bridiiewater, Mass., near the Middleboro' line. She ni. in 
1815" David Hall, who was b. Mch. 5, 1784, and d. Nov. 16, 
1865. Issue: Susan, Henry C, David, David 2d, William, 
Stephen P., Sophia C, Abbie Leach, Sylvia L., and Mary. 

f -2-5-2. Sophia,' who lived in New Bedford, m. Jan. 
1818, Henry Cannon, who was b. Jul. 4, 1796, and d. Oct. 4, 
1863. Xo issue. 

|-2-5-3. Mary,' who liAcd in New Bedford, m. Nov. 13, 
1821, Stephen Potter, who was b. Aug. 17, 1799, and d. 
May 31, 1834. Issue : John Kempton, Gideon Hammond, 
Southward 2d, Sophia Cannon, and Gideon Hammond 2d, 
Southward 2d was for many years a noted accountant in New 
Bedford. 

•{■-2-5-5. liUCy' lived first at New Bedford and afterwards 
at Bridgewater, Mass. She m. Sep. 1, 1826, Thomas Cottle 
Briggs, who was b. in Freetown, Mass., Jul. 6, l'S06, and d. 
Jan. 21, 1861. Issue: jNIary Durfee, Susan Delano, John 
Burbank, Charles Peirce, Ruth Burbank, Sophia Cannon, Wil- 
liam Taber, Isaac Stackhouse, Jesse Hammond, and George 
Durfee. 

•|-_2-5-ll. Susan' m. Nov. 4, 1854, Charles H. Smith, 
and resides at Norton, Mass. No issue. 

•|--2-5-6. Roger Wing-,' known as Wing, moved to 
Bridgewater and lived near the Raynham line, where he died. 
He m. 1st, in 1832, Jane Leach, who d. Apr. 3, 1838. 
Issue : 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 121 

1. Isaac, b. Sep. 13, 1834. 

2. Jane, b. Aug. 13, 183G. 

Wing m. 2d, Harriet Susan King, who was b. in 1814. 
No other issue. 

Of Wing's children, 2. Jane/ who lives in Taunton, Mass. , 
m. Aug. 1852 George E. Leonard, Avho was b. in 1832, and 
d. in 18(34. Issue : George Edward, b. Jul. 1855 ; Jesse 
Hammond, b. 1857 and d. 1862; Ella Jane, b. 18()0 ; and 
Harry Ellsworth, b. 1862. 

f-2— 5-6— 1. Isaac* lives at Raynham, and formerly kept 
a livery stable in Taunton. He m. 1st, Jane Leonard, Avho 
was b. in 1836, and d. Oct. 1862. Issue : 

1. Nellie, b. Sep. 14, 1857. 

2. Jennie, b. Aug. 3. 18G0. 

Isaac m. 2d, in 1865, Maria J, Williams, who was b. in 
1849. Issue : 

3. Fannie W., b. Jun. 7, 18C7. 

4. Herbert, b. Feb. 22, 1870. 
5* Frank, b Jan. 14, 1872. 
6. Ennna King, b. Mch. 1. 1873. 

Of Isaac's children, Nellie' m. Apr. 1, 1876, :Martin L. 
Sturtevant, and lives at South Braintree, Mass. Issue : Harry 
P., Embert, and Jennie and Fannie, twins. 

2. Jennie,* who lives at Bridgewater, Mass., m. Feb. 3, 
1892, Harry Amos Clark, a jeweler, who was b. Mch. 11, 
1861. Issue: Amy Hammond, b. Apr. 12, 1893. 

3. Fannie Williams" m. Aug. 2, 1885, Edwin Vial, 
and lives in Kaynham, Mass. Issue : Lena Hanunoud and 
Marion Frances. 

4. Herbert" lives in Taunton and at present is a hack- 
driver. He m. May 19, 1892, Hattie Jane Field, but has no 
issue. 

5. Frank," who is a butcher and unmarried, lives at 
Raynham ; 6. Emma King," also unmarried, lives at Rayn- 
ham. 

f-2-5-8. Joseph Winslow,^ who was formerly a cap- 
tain on the river steamers in California, resides at Stockton, dxl. 
He m. Oct. 12, 1842, Sophia Wing Southworth, who was b. 
at Mattapoisett, Jan. 12, 1817. Issue: 

1. Sarah Winslow, b. Dec. 7, 1845. 



122 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1 . Sarah Wiiislo^v, ® who was b . at Mattapoisett, m . Jim . 
24, 1862, Willard J. Belding, who was b. Apr. 9, 1828, at 
Barre Centre, Orleans Co., N. Y. Issue : Sophie, b. Apr. 10, 
1863, at Stockton, Cal. Sophie m. Mch. 15, 1888, Charles 
O. Bennett, who was b. in Knowlesville, Orleans Co., N. Y., 
May 19, 1856. 



VII.— JOHN HAMMOND OF FALMOUTH, MASS. 

f. John* Haimiioiid, eighth son of Samuel'^ [Benjamin,* 
William'], went to Falmouth, Mass., and m. Jan. 23, 1728, 
Marah [Maria] Green. He was chosen town clerk in 1736, 
and selectman and assessor in 1739, and was a pew-holder in 
1756. Issue: 



1. 


Phela [Phebel, 


b. Nov. 


9 

-1 


1729. 


fl. 


2. 


L}dia, 


b. Feb. 


25, 


1731. 


d. 


3. 


John, Jr., 


b. Apr. 


17, 


1734. 


d. 


4. 


jVIar}-, 


b. Nov. 


4, 


1735. 


d. Nov. 13, 1736. 


5. 


Jediithan, 


b. Dec. 


25, 


1737. 


d. 


6. 


Paul, 


b. Apr. 


20, 


1740. 


d. 


7. 


Marah, 


b. May 


23, 


1742. 


d. 


8. 


Barnabas, 


b. 






d. 



Of these children, 1. Phebe* m. Sep. 6, 1750, Reuben 
Gilford of Falmouth. Issue unknown. 

2. Lydia' m. Mch. 28, 1754, Jabez Weeks of Falmouth. 
Issue, if any, not learned. 

5. Jeduthaii' m. Dec. 27, 1759, Fear Gifford of Fal- 
mouth. Issue, if any, not known. 

6. Paul* m. Feb. 27, 1766, Anna Davis Jr. of Falmouth. 
Issue : Perhaps a son Abner, who d. in the West Indies. 



3._J0HN Jr. OF FALMOUTH, MASS. 

t-3. John Jr.,' avIio lived at "Quissett," so called, in 
Falmouth, m. Dec. 1761, Rebecca Nye, and had issue : 

1. Silvanus, b. Feb. 14, 1764. d. Feb. 16, 1850. 

2. Nathaniel, b. Feb. 14, 1766. d. Dec. 24, 1S51. 

3. Hannah, b. Mch. 19, 176S. d. Apr. 24, 1854. 

4. Lydia, b. Oct. 15, 1769. d. May 23, 1791-2. 

5. Iluldah, b. Apr. 8, 1772. d. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAIVIMOND. 123 

6. Lucv, h. May 14, 1775. d. Feb. 26, 1848. 

7. Isaiah, b. Apr. 9, 1777. d. Mch. 20, 1817. 

8. Jeduthan, b. Mch. 11, 1780. d. Sep. 17, 1798. 

9. Samuel, b. Aug. 15,1783. d. Jan. 5,1863. 

Of these children, Silvamis,* who was a mariner, Haii- 
iiali,* Lryclia,® and Lucy/ were all single, and lived and d. 
at Qnissett, Falmouth ; and Jeduthan" d. a young man. 

f-3-2. XatliauieF who was on the State Valuation in 
1811, and was a mariner, lived at Quissettt. He m. Jun. 27, 
180(j, Thankful Meigs, and had issue : 

1. Lydia, b. Sep. 17, 1807. d. Mar. 16, 1834. 

Nathaniel in. 2d, Betsey Rowley, but had no further issue. 

f-3-5. Huldali® m. Barnabas Chadwick Jr., lived at 
Quissett, and had issue : John, Joseph, Samuel, and AVilliam. 
All dead, except Samuel, who resides at Quissett. 

f— 3-7. Isaiah,* who was a master mariner, m. Oct. 11, 
1804, Ruth Hatch, and d. at ]Martinique, West Indies, without 
issue. His widow m. in 1818 Timothy Parker. 

t-3-9. Saniuer was a farmer at Quissett. In the War 
of 1812, he was one of a company of 32 men, who under the 
coimnand of Capt. AVeston Jenkins, went in a wood coaster 
and captured an English privateer, called the Retaliation, lying 
at anchor in Taupoline Cove. It was a bold enterprise, but 
was done without losing a man. He m. his cousin, Eunice 
Hannnond, daughter of Barnabas, and d. without issue. 



8.— BARXABAS OF FALMOUTH, MASS. 

f-8. Barnabas^ was repeatedly elected to various minor 
offices in the town of Falmouth, and was on the State Valua- 
tion in 1811. He ra. Oct. 20, 1782, Joanna Hatch, and had 
issue : 

1. Eunice, b. May 12, 1783. d. Dec. 30, 1866. 

2. Robert, b. Dec. 11, 1785. d. Apr. 30, 1859. 

3. Elizabeth, b. May 19, 1788. d. 

4. Joanna, b. Sep. 4, 1791. d. 

1. Eunice* m. Samuel Hammond of Falmouth, as stated 
above, and d. without issue. 



124 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

2. Robert,^ who Avas a sea captain and master rig'ger at 
Woods Holl, Falmouth, m. Rebecca Hatch, and d. leaving no 
issue. 

4. Joanna,^ the youngest of the other two sisters, m. 
Andrew Y. Davis of Woods Holl, and lived but a few months, 
dying without issue. Andrew Y.Davis afterwards m. 3. Eliza- 
beth'^ and had two children : Prince A. and Joanna Eliza- 
beth. 

Of these children, Prince A. d. in Califoi-nia in 1850 ; and 
Joanna Elizabeth m. Louis C. Swift, and has two sons : 
Prince D. and John P., both living. The older son, Prince 
D., who lives at Woods Holl, m. Charlotte O. Field of Middle- 
boro', and has two daughters. The younger son, John P., m. 
Jennie E. Hannaford of South Boston, and has no issue. 



Deed of Khig Philip and ]\Ionjoha77i to Hugh Cole. 

Know all men by these Presents, tliat I, Philip, Chief Sachem 
of Porhanlett [Pokanoket], & Monjoham of Mattapoisett, Do 
acknowledge that for and in Consideration of the Summ of five 
Ponnds & ten Shillings to us in hand Paid by Hugh Cole of ye 
Town of Swansey, in tlie Jurisdiction of Plymouth in New Eng- 
land, Ship Wright, wherewith VVe Do acknowledge our Selves 
to be fully Satisfied, Contented and fully Paid, and thereof & of 
every Part & Parcell thereof Do Exonerate, acquit & Discharge 
the s*^ Hugh Cole He, his Heirs, Exec'* & Admin" foiever, by these 
Presents Have Bargained, alienated & Sold, Enfeofted & Con- 
firmed, and by these Presents Do Bargain, Alienate, Sell, En- 
feofie & Confirm, from us the s*^ Philip & Monjoham & our Heirs, 
to Him, the s*^ Hugh Cole & his Heirs & assigns forever, A cer- 
tain Parcell of Land lying & being near a Place called Acushenah 
in the Township of Dartmouth in ye Jurisdiction of Plymouth 
aforcs'', 15eing Bounded on ihe Southwest Corner with a Stake by 
the Water Sitie, which is on the Southeast Corner of Dartmouth 
afores*^, & so runs to the Eastward to a red oak tree marked, and 
from the red oak to the Water Side on a South Point, and north- 
erly to a Pine tree marked on four Sides, and from the s'' Pine to 
ve Westward to Dartmouth Bounds to a Small red oak tree with 
Stones about it, With free Liberty to cut Wood & Timber on ye 
Commons adjacent. 

To Have & to Hold all the s'^ Tract or Parcell of Land bounded 
as afores'* With the Liberty of Cutting Wood & Timber on ye 
Commons. The which s'^ Tract or Parcell of Land was likewise 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 125 

granted unto ye s** Hugh Cole by the Court of Plymouth, unto 
Him the s'' Hugh Cole, To Him & his Heirs & Assigns forever. 
The s'' Premises with all & Singular the appurtenances. Profits, 
Benefits. Privile<lges & Immunityes belonging thereunto With all 
our Rights, Title & Interest of and into ye Same or any Part 
thereof. With the Liberty of Cutting Wood or Timber on ye 
Commons adjacent as afores'^. 

To appertain unto the only proper use and Behoof of him, the 
s** Hugh Cole, him, his Heirs and assigns forever, free & clear, & 
clearly acquitted of & from all other & former Gifts, Grants, 
Bargains & Sales whatsoever. To be Holden of his majestv, 
Charles King of England, as of his manors of East Greenwich 
in the County of Kent in the Realm of England, in free & com- 
mon Souage & not in Capite, nor by Knight Service, nor by the 
Rents & Services thereof & thereby due & of Right accustomed. 
With Warranty against all Persons that by our Right & Title of 
or into the s'' Premises or any Part or Parcell thereof. Giving & 
hereby Granting Liberty unto the s'^ Hugh Cole, either by Him- 
self or his attorney to Record or Enroll these Presents, Or to 
Cause them to be Recorded or Enrolled in his majesties Court of 
New Plymouth afores*^. Or in any other Place of Publick Records, 
according to yousual manner of Recording i& Enrolling Deeds and 
Evidences of Lands made &. Provided. 

In Witness whereof We, the s** Philip & Monjoham, have here- 
unto Set our hands & Seals this third day of November, One 
thousand. Six bundled, Seventy & one, 1671 — 

Signed, Sealed & D'd ] The Mark ^~\~^ of Philip, 

In ve Presence of ( the Sachem, & of his [Seal] 

W^illiam Harvey, [ The Mark yVV^ Monjoham, 

Thomas Leonard. J and his [Sealj 

This deed of Sale was acknowledged Before me. Constant 
Southworth, assistant, this third Day of November 1671 — 

Copy as of Record Exm*^ by Josiah Cotton, Clerk & keeper of 
the Colony Records. 



lVi7l of Samuel Hamnio7id. 

In the name of God, Amen : 

This twelveth day of July, 1728, in the first year of the reign of 
our Lord King George II, I, Samuel Hammond of Rochester, in 
the county of Plymouth, in the Province of Massachusetts-Bay 
in New England, yeoman, being of a disposing mind and memory 
and desirous to set my house in order before I die, do make this my 
last will and testament. 1st, I give my soul to God and my body to 



126 HAIVIMOND GENEALOGY. 

the ground after my decease in hopes of a glorious resurrection, 
and as touching such worldly estate as hath pleased God to bless 
me withal, I give and dispose of the same in the following manner 
and form : — 

Imprimis: I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Mary, all 
the estate both out and indoors, wherever it is or may be fountl 
during her continuing my widow, and then after her decease to 
be disposed of to my children as hereafter in my will I shall 
order. 

Item 2nd, I give to my son Thomas, besides what I have 
already given him, fifty acres of land and three parts of the ten 
acres of meadow land I have in the town of Wales, and 20 acres 
of land in Rochester not yet laid out, which land I lent to my 
brother Nathan Hammond, to go to his heirs and assigns forever. 

Item 3d, I give to my son Jedediah, 50 acres of land and three 
parts of the 10 acres, a lot of fresh meadow that I have in Roch- 
ester and the | of the share of land in Rochester, not yet laid out, 
to be to him and his heirs and assigns forever. 

Item 4tli, I give to my son John, 50 acres of land, and the tliree 
parts of my 10 acre lot of meadow that lays aforesaid, and a cer- 
tain piece of land lying to the south of my homestead, as it has 
already been bounded out to go to him, and his heirs and assigns 
forever ; likewise I give to my son John, | of my land and meadow 
lying on Branch Island. 

Item 5th, I give to my grandson, Archelus Hammond, 50 acres 
of land to him his heirs and assigns forever. 

Item 6th, I give to my grandson, Peter Spooner, 50 acres of 
land lying in Wales aforesaid, to him his heirs and assigns for- 
ever. 

Item 7th, I give to my daughter, Mariah Clark, 50 acres of 
land, in the town of Wales, to her her heirs and assigns forever. 

Item Sth, I give to my son Samuel Hammond 10 acres of land 
whereon he now livetli, to him his heirs and assigns forever. 

Item 9th, I give to my son Josiah the lot of land where his 
house now stands, together with the meadow at the foot of it, 
and 4 acres of meadow in Cook's meadow, and :| of a shaie of 
Cedar swamp together with | of all my lands in Rochester, and 
I farrow cow which he heth already I give to his heirs and assigns 
forever. 

Likewise I also constitute my son Josiah and my son John to 
be joint executors of this my last will and testament. 

Item loth, I give to my son Barnabas 3 acres of land in Cook's 
meadow, and the remaining part of said meadow I give to my son 
Seth with what I have given him. 

Item nth, I give to my granddaughter Abigail one featherbed 
and bedding. 

Item I2th, I give to my granddaughter Elizabeth Spooner 15 
sheep when she shall come to the age of iS years, to be paid to 
her by the executors of my movable estates. 



DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL HAMMOND. 127 

Item 13th, I give to my granddaughter Rose Spooner 15 sheep 
as above. 

Item I4tli, I give to my 6 grandchildren Jeduthan, Benjamin, 
John, Thomas, Hobbs, and Mary Spooner, 5 shillings apiece to 
be paid to them by my executors after mv decease. 

Item 15th, I give to my wife my best featherbed and bedding, 
to be all hers and her assigns. 

Item i6th, I give to my daughters Mariah and Jedidah all of my 
movables both within and out of doors after my wife's decease. 

My will is that my executors pay all my debts out of the money 
that shall be due me at my decease so far as that will go, and the 
remainder if any there be out of my personal estate. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 
day and jear above written. 

Samuel Hammond. 

Signed, Sealed, Published and pronounced by Samuel Ham- 
mond as his last will and testament in presence of us. 

Thos. Clarke. 
Joshua Coggshall. 
"Nath'l Delano. 

Sept. the 2oth 1728. 

The within named Thos. Clarke, Josh. Coggshall and Nath'l 
Delano made oath that they saw the within named Samuel Ham- 
mond, late of Rochester county of Plymouth deceased, sign, seal 
and heard him declare the within written on to be his last will 
and testament. 

Isaac Winslow, Judge of Probate. 
[Probate Records, Plymouth, Mass., Vol. 5, Page 477.] 



PART III. 



,}Oim HAMMO^'D, SECOND SON OF BENJAMIN. 



f . John' Hainniond, [second son of Benjamin/ Wil- 
liam'], was b. at Sandwich, Mass., Nov. 30, 1663. came to 
Rochester, Mass., with his brother Samuel about 1680, and d. 
there Apr. 19, 1749, O. S. He settled in the southwesterly 
part of the present town of Mattapoisett, Avhere about the year 
1700 he built the "Old Hammond House," known at the 
present time as the " Howes House." It is the oldest dwelling- 
house in the town, and is w^ell preserved. It stands on the 
west bank of the Mattapoisett Eiver, in a picturesque location, 
and is one of the old landmarks of the town. 

John Hammond was a noted man of his time ; was select- 
man and assessor three years ; member of the State legislature 
two years ; a lieutenant of militia, and a justice of the peace. 
He Avas also one of the founders, and a prominent member of 
the first Congregational Church in Rochester. He m. in 1691 
jNIary Arnold, eldest daughter of the Rev. Samuel Arnold, first 
minister of the gospel that was settled in Rochester. ]\Iary 
Arnold was b. May 1672, and d. Aug. 3, 1756, and had seven 
sons and four daughters. Issue to grow to maturity and marry 
were : 

1. Bethiab, 

2. Sarah, 

3. Jabez, 

4. Elnathan, 

5. Benjamin, 

6. Rowland, 

7. Elizabeth, 

8. Abigail, 

9. John, Jr., 

10 



b. 


Aug. 


11, 


1693. 


d. 


Mch. 


17, 


1 75 7. 


b. 


Dec. 


23, 


1695. 


d. 








b. 


Feb. 


2G, 


1699. 


d. 


Feb. 


— , 


1786. 


b. 


I\Ich. 


7, 


1703. 


d. 


May 


24, 


1793. 


b. 


Dec. 


1, 


1704. 


d. 


Jul. 


19, 


1758. 


b. 


Oct. 


30, 


1706. 


d. 


Jun. 


16, 


1788. 


b. 


Jan. 


5, 


1709. 


d. 








b. 


Mch. 


27, 


1714. 


d. 


May 


16, 


1753. 


b. 


Sep. 


4, 


1716. 


d. 


Dec. 


20, 


1785. 



130 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Of these children, 1. Betliiali^ m. Joseph Haskell of 
Rochester, and had many children that grew to maturity and 
married. Issue : Nathaniel, Jean, Sary, Joseph, Mary, Elna- 
tlian, John, Nathaniel, Bethiah, Abigail, and Hannah. 

2. Sarah'' m. Apr. 26, 1722, Noah Sprague of liochester, 
son of Samuel Sprague. She had sons and daughters, whom 
she lived to see married and dead. Issue : Joshua, Alden, 
Allathia, Elizabeth, Samuel, Mary, Samuel, Noah, Elizabeth, 
and John. 

7. Elizabeth" m. Oct. 13, 1731, Ebenezer, son of Capt. 
Hope Lothrop of Falmouth, and had two sons and three 
daughters. They moved to New Township, Ga., where he pur- 
chased a farm, built a comfortable dwelling-house, and died 
soon after. His widow and five small children were afterwards 
attacked by the Indians, and she was obliged to leave at an 
hour's warning, carrying nothing with her but her children and 
one bed. The Indians burnt her house and destroyed all her 
stock of cattle and household goods. Through the assistance 
of friends she was enabled to get back to Oblong, Dutchess 
Co., N. Y., where with the aid of her friends in Rochester she 
made a comfortable living. After some years she m. Dea. 
Wilcox, a man of property, who died a few years after with a 
cancer. After that she lived with her two sons in New York, 
perhaps at Oblong. 

8. Abigair m. Feb. 11, 1750, Ebenezer Perry of Roch- 
ester, and had one son Nathan, who d. at the age of 40. 



I.— JABEZ HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER AND NEW 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

•f. Jabez" Haminoiid 1st, oldest son of John,^ [Ben- 
jamin,^ William'], was b. at Rochester, Mass., Feb. 27, 1699, 
moved to Dartmouth, afterwards New Bedford, Mass., probably 
about the first of Dec. 1765, and, with his son John, went to 
South Woodstock, Vt., in 1782, Avhere he d. Feb. 1786, a3. 87. 
Jabez Hannnond was a prominent man in his day, and is said 
to have held a commission as captain from the King of England. 
After the birth of his children, probably May 17, 1765, he 
wrote out a Family Record, giving the births, marriages and 
deaths, and the names of his father and mother, himself, his 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 131 

wives and children, up to the date of writing. This ancient 
paper, somewhat impaired by time, is still in existence, and is 
a rare and remarkal)le document.* Jabez Hammond was twice 
married, and was the father of 18 children. He m. 1st, A})r. 14, 
1725, Sarah, daughter of Hope Lothrop of Falmouth, who d. 
Nov. 9, 1734. Issue : 

1, 1726. 
20, 1727. 
10, 1729. 

14, 1731. 
24, 1733. 

15, 1734. 

Jabez Hammond m. 2d, May 12, 1736, Abigail Faunce, 
who d. at the af>e of 84. She was a daughter of Kcv. ]\Ir. 
Faunce from England, minister at Plymouth, Majss,, and grand- 
daughter of Thomas Faunce of Enoland. Issue : 



1. 


Joshua, 


b. 


Apr. 


2. 


Hannah, 


b. 


Jul. 


3. 


Zilpha, 


b. 


Aug. 


4. 


Refiecoa, 


b. 


Fel). 


5. 


Lothrop, 


b. 


Apr. 


6. 


Sarah, 


b. 


Oct. 



d. 


Jan. 


2. 


1727. 


(J. 


Jun. 


9, 


1730. 


d. 


Jun. 


IS, 


1730. 


d. 


Dec. 


29, 


1767. 


d. 


Nov. 


26, 


1756. 


d. 


Dec. 


8, 


1734. 



7. 


Faunce, 


b. 


Mav 


20, 


1737. 


d. 


Feb. 


8, 1813. 


8. 


Sarah, 


b. 


Mcii. 


24, 


1739. 


d. 






9. 


Jabez 2d, 


b. 


Jun. 


9, 


1741. 


d. 


May 


2, IS 0.7. 


10. 


Luther, 


b. 


Apr. 


8, 


1744. 


d. 




young. 


11. 


Calvin, 


b. 


Dec. 


29, 


1745. 


d. 






12. 


Rhoda, 


b. 


Nov. 


16, 


1747. 


d. 






13. 


John, 


b. 


Jan. 


20, 


1750. 


d. 


Aug. 


— , 1814. 


14. 


Elijah, 


b. 


Mch. 


4, 


1751. 


d. 


Apr. 


20, 1S15. 


15. 


(ieorge, 


b. 


Aug. 


19, 


1754. 


d. 


about 


180Q. 


16. 


Caleb, 


b. 


Dec. 


3, 


1757. 


d. 






17. 


Ruth, 


b. 


Sep. 


? 


1759. 


d. 


Dec. 


11, 1761. 


18. 


Abigail, 


b. 


Jun. 


26, 


1762. 


d. 


about 


1842. 



Of these children, Joshua, Hannah, Zilpha, Sarah, Luther 
and Ruth d. young ; Lothrop* d. single at Jamaica, West 
Indies ; and George* and Caleb* d. single at Woodstock, Vt. 

4. Rebecca* m. Jan. 10, 1750, JosiahHannnond Jr., her 
second cousin, grandson of Samuel Hammond. She lived in 
wdiat is now Mattapoisett, and was the mother of eight children : 
Elnathan, Anstris, Kichard, Eunice, Priscilla, Lothrop, Mary, 
and Nathan. f 

8. Sarah* m. in 17G1 Enoch Winslow of Rochester, and 
moved to AVoodstock, Vt., about 1789. Issue: Two daugh- 
ters, and a son Noah, who left a large family, and d. at Pem- 
brook, N. Y., when about 40 years old. 

12. Rhoda* m. Aug. 2, 1774, Calvin Washburn of Dart- 
mouth, and lived and d. in Pawtucket, II. I. Issue : Mary 
and Nancy. 

• See end of Part IIL 

t For further record of Rebecca'.s children, see Genealogy of Josiah Jr., p. 107. 



132 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

18. AbijyalF m. Enoch Leonard, and moved to Pomfret, 
Vt., about 1790-95, where she d. at the age of about 80. 
Issue : Three sons and three dauijhters. 



d. 


Aug. 


19, 


1834. 


d. 


Sep. 


23, 


1806. 


d. 


May 


9, 


1857. 


d. 


Jim. 


6, 


1771. 


d. 








d. 


Oct. 


25, 


1841. 


d. 








d. 


Jun. 


9, 


1834. 


d. 


Feb. 


27, 


1871. 


d. 


Dec. 


24, 


1865. 



7.— FAUiSCE HAMMOND OF NEW BEDFORD, AND 
READING, VT. 

f. Fauiice* Haiiiniond, son of Jabez 1st,* [John,^ 
Benjamm,^ AVilliam'], was b. at Rochester, Mass., May 20, 
1737, moved to Dartmouth, now New Bedford, about the year 
1777, and to Reading, Vt., Nov. 1787, where he d. Feb. 8, 
1813. He m. Dec. 3, 1761, Mary Holmes of Plymouth, 
Mass., who d. Feb. 1, 1813. Issue: 

I.' Natlianiel, b. Feb. 6, 1763. 

2. Ste])hen, b. Feb. 17, 1765. 

3. Ruth, b. Mch. 2, 1767. 

4. Luther, b. May 28, 1769. 

5. Sally, b. Mch. 31, 1771. 

6. Jabez Holmes, b. May 1, 1773. 

7. Mary Clark, b. Jul. 13,1775. 

8. Jiry, b. Sep. 25, 1778. 

9. Luther, b I\Lay 5, 1781. 
10. Thomas Faunce, b. Dee. 17, 1783. 

Of these children, 3. Ruth/ oldest daughter of Faimce, 
was b. in Rochester, Mass., Mch. 2, 1767, and moved to 
Reading, Vt., Nov. 1788. She m. Nov. 10, 1786, Mitchell 
Pope of Dartmouth, Mass., who d. Jan. 23, 1849. She had 
13 children : Elnathan, Nathaniel, Mary, Sally, Jabez, Reu- 
ben, Ruth, Mitchell Jr., Cynthia, Luther Ralj^h, Thomas 
Faunce, Lutina, and Andrew. 

In Mch. 1856 Ruth moved to Wisconsin with her son 
Thomas Faunce, wdiere she d. May 9, 1857, je. 90. It is said 
that none of her children are living. 

5. Sally/ second daughter of Faunce, was b. at Roch- 
ester, Mass., and probably lived and d. at Middlebury, Vt. 
She m. 1st, Feb. 25, 1790, Henry Carlton, who d. May 20, 
1812, X. 51. She m. 2d, Oct. 12, 1813, Harvey Monger, 
and probably d. without issue. Both marriages occurred in 
Reading, Vt., but Harvey Monger, her second husband, was a 
resident of Middlebury. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 133 

7. Mary Clark/ third daughter of Fniince, was b. at 
Dartmouth, Jul. 13, 1775, lived at Woodstock, Vt., and d. 
there previous to Nov. 1824. She m. David Kendall, who d. 
Mch. 1857, after a second mariage in Nov. 1821. No issue 
known. 



1. 


Nathaniel. Jr., 


b. 


Xov. 


2, 


1786. 


2. 


Al)raiii, 


b. 


in 




1788. 


3. 


Marv, 


b. 


in 




1790. 


4. 


David, 


b. 


in 




1792. 


5. 


George, 


b. 


about 




1794. 


6. 


Henry Clinton, 


1). 


Aug. 


20, 


1797. 


7. 


Jolin G., 


b. 


Apr. 


8, 


1800. 



(1.)— NATHANIEL HAAOIOND OF SOUTH WOOD- 
STOC^K, VT. 

f. Nathaniel^ Haiiiiiioiid, oldest son of Faunce,* 
[Jabez,* John,^ Benjamin,^ William'], who was a shoemaker, 
lived at South Woodstock, and d. at Reading-, Yt., with his 
son David. He m. about 1785 Mary Adams, who was b. in 
1755, and d. Oct. 29, 1821. Issue:" 

d. Feb. 2, 1874. 

d. Mdi. IS, 1S12. 

d. in 1.S21. 

d. Oct. 29, 18.54. 
d. about 1S29. 

d. Jun. ~, 1844. 

d. Jul. 8, 1876. 

Of these children, 2. Abraiii^ d. at the age of 24, and 
probal)ly never married ; 3. Mary' m. a ]\Ir. Proctor of Ver- 
mont, and had several children ; and 5. Georg'c' was b. at 
Woodstock, Vt., and d. at Brookville, Ind. He m. 1st, Sally 
Hawley, who was b. in ^Massachusetts. He m. 2d, jNIary 
. No issue. 

f-1. Nathaniel Jr.," b. in the Blue Hills, Me., at six 
years of age moved with his father to Vermont, and in 1820 to 
Indiana, where he d. at Rensselaer, Jasper Co., Feb. 2, 1874. 
He at first studied law, but afterwards studied and successfully 
practiced medicine for a number of years in Franklin and Bar- 
tholomew Cos., Ind. But being troubled with deafness, which 
increased with his years, he afterwards devoted his time to agri- 
cultural pursuits. He was a devout Christian, a great reader, 
and one of the best informed men of his time. He Avas thrice 
married. He m. 1st, Oct. 9, 1811, Patty Ball at Hartford, 
Vt., who Avas b. at Weston, Mass., Apr. 17, 1790, and d. at 
Brookville, Ind., Jun. 14, 1822. Issue: 

1. Natb'l Allen, b. Nov. 9, 1811. d. Jun. 15, 1822. 

2. Abram Adams, b. Mch. 21, 1814. d. Auo-. 27, 1874. 



134 HAMMOXD GEXEALOGY. 

3. Sarah Ball, b. Aug. 9,1816. d.Jun. 8,1838. 

4. William Penn, b. Oct. 25, 1818., d. Feb. 19, 1875. 

5. John Arnold, b. Oct. 14, 1821. d. Aug. 1, 1822. 

Nathaniel m. 2d, Aug. 29, 1822, Hannah Van Meter, who 
was b. in Virginia, Jun. 29, 1794, and d. Sep. 21, 1831. 
Issue : 

C. George W., b. Sep. 4, 1823. d. Oct. 10, 1879. 

7. Martha Ann. b. Oct. 31, 1825. d. IMay 24, 1890. 

8. David, b. Oct. 14, 1827. d. Feb. 2, 1854. 

9. Mary, b. Jan. 8, 1830. 

Nathaniel ni. 3d, May 29, 1832, Hannah H. Serring, who 
was b. Aug. 11, 1803, and d. in Kensselaer, Ind., Mch. 14, 
1885. Issue: 



10. 


Henrv, 


b. 


Jul. 


13, 


1833. 


d. 


Jul. 


31, 1833. 


n. 


ElWlL, 


b. 


Aug. 


30, 


1834. 


d. 


Sep. 


19, 1834. 


12. 


Edwin PoIIok, 


b 


Nov. 


26, 


1835. 








13. 


Sarah L., 


b. 


Apr. 


30, 


1838. 


d. 


I\Iay 


1, 1874. 


14. 


Jane, 


b. 


Feb. 


26, 


1840. 








15. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


Mch. 


1, 


1842. 


d. 


Jan. 


15, 1885. 


16. 


Samuel, 


b. 


:\Iay 


26, 


1845. 


d. 




young. 



Of theBe children, Nath'l Allen was b. at Hartford, Vt. ; 
Abram Adams at Brattleboro', Vt. ; Sarah Ball and William 
Penn at Middlebury, Vt. ; and the others at Brookville, Frank- 
lin Co., Ind. Nath'l Allen, John Arnold, Henry, Ellen H., 
and Samuel d. young ; and Sarah Ball at the age of 22, single. 

13. Sarah L.,' fifth daughter of Nathaniel Jr., m. Feb. 
2, 1859, John Miller of liensselaer, who d. there Mch. 18, 
1878, ffi. 50. Issue : May, Edith A., Halleck H., Jennie L., 
Albion, and Mary S. 

14. Jane' m. 1st, Aug. 29, 1861, James G. Sale, who d. 
while in the Army at Bowling Green, Ky,, Dec. 7, 18G2. 
Issue : Frank G. Jane m. 2d, Apr, 24, 1870, Thomas E. 
Antrim, and resides in Norton, Kan. Issue : Charles Dickens. 

•j._l_15. Elizabeth" m. Sep. 27, 1865, Mordecai F. 
Chilcote, one of the leading attorneyvS-at-law at Rensselaer, 
Ind. Mr. Chilcote is a graduate of Olivette College, Michigan, 
and was a captain in the 42d Indiana Regiment, serving in the 
Departments of Tennessee and Virginia. Issue : Fred L. and 
Gay lord H. 

|-l-2. Abram Adams Haiiiiuoiid,® second son of 
Nathaniel Jr., was b. at Brattleboro', Vt., Mch. 21, 1814. 




•'IbP' 




Gov. Abram a. Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF .JOHN HAINOIOND. 135 

He came to Indiana when six years old, and was raised at 
Brookville, where he studied law with John Kyman, a lawyer 
of note of that place. In 1835 he commenced the practice of 
law in Greenfield, Hancock Co. He afterwards was in partner- 
ship Avith various eminent lawyers, — including John H. Brad- 
ley, Hugh O'Xeal, a celebrated criminal lawyer of his day, and 
Hon. Thomas H. Nelson, — and in various parts of the State 
of Indiana. He filled the position of Prosecuting Attorney 
while at Columbus with decided ability. In 1850 he was 
elected first Judoe of the Court of Common Pleas for Marion 
Co. In 1855 he removed from San Francisco, Cal., where he 
had previously moved, to Terre Haute, Ind. In 185G Mr. 
Hammond was nominated for Lieut. -Governor by the Demo- 
crats, he having gone over to that party after the dissolution of 
the Whig pai'ty in 1852. He made an active canvas and Avas 
elected Lieut. -Governor of Indiana, having given ^Ir. Douglas 
a weak support, not caring to folloAv the Breckenridge move- 
ment. 

Gov. Willard d. at St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 5, 1860, and Mr. 
Hammond became Governor, serving until the inauguration of 
Gov. Lane, Jan. 14, 18(51. His only message to the Legisla- 
ture was an able and timely one. His i-ecommendations were 
favorably received and acted upon by the Legislature. 

In the election of 1860, Col. Henry S. Lane was elected 
Governor, and Oliver P. Morton Lieut. -Governor of Indiana. 
Five days after the delivery of Gov. Hammond's message 
Lieut. -Governor ]Morton became Governor by reason of the 
resignation of Governor Lane, who had been elected to the 
United States Senate. 

About this time rheumatism fastened itself upon Gov. Ham- 
mond and never let go its hold ; he even had to walk on 
crutches. He tried all manner of remedies but got no relief. 
After a while asthma attacked him, and in the Sunnner of 1874 
he went to Colorado, hoping to be benefited by its climate, but 
the dry mountain air failed to work a cure. He d. at Denver, 
Aug. 27, 1874, and was buried in Indianapolis, Ind. 

Gov. Hammond was not a showy man, but he was an able 
one, nmch abler than the public gave him credit for. He had 
a logical mind, and was remarkably clear in stating his posi- 
tions and drawing his conclusions. He had not great learning, 
but he was a close observer of events, and during his life gath- 
ered a large mass of information ; neither was he particularly 
well read in law, but he was a good lawyer, for he compre- 
hended principles and was able to apply them in practice. 



136 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Gov. Hammond's residence was at Indianapolis, though he 
made several changes in the location of" his business. He was 
a man that would have succeeded anywhere, for inability he was 
far above most of his competitors at the bar. 

Gov. Hannnond was an unusually fine specimen of physical 
manhood. He walked with a spring, and moved with the 
agility of an athlete. He was of medium height, compactly 
built, and of dark complexion. His head was large and well- 
shaped. While the expression of his countenance was kind 
and gentle, it never betrayed passion or emotion. He was cool, 
deliberate and self-possessed, keeping his temper and feelings 
under perfect control. He was frank in his manners, honorable 
in his dealings, and dignified in his deportment. Although 
not one of the most learned Governors of Indiana, he was, by 
nature, one of the ablest. 

Gov. Hammond m. Apr. 5, 1838, at Greenfield, Ind., Mary 
B. Amsdcn, who, after the death of her husband, resided at 
Denver, Col., Avith her daughter Mrs. Sweeney, and where 
she d. Feb. 4, 1890. Issue : 

1. George, b. Jun. 2, 1S52. 

2. Mary, b. in 1855. d. in 1866. 

1. George," a girl, m. May 30, 1876, Anthony Sweeney, 
a fire insurance and real estate broker at Denver. No issue. 

•|--l-4. William Peiin/ third son of Nathaniel Jr., 
was b. at jNIiddlebury, Vt., Oct. 25, 1818; practiced law at 
Greenfield, Ind., from 1841 to 1843, and from the latter date 
to 1852 in Martinsville, Ind. ; was in the Indiana Legislature 
about 1848 ; moved to Keokuk, Iowa, in 1852, and thence, 
about 1857, to Albia, Iowa, where he d. Feb. 19, 1875. 

He m. Nov. 3, 1841, at Greenfield, Ind., Sarah J. Woos- 
ter, who was b. Mch. 10, 1824, and now resides at Los Ange- 
les, Cal. Issue : 

1. IMattie M., b. Oct. 2D, 1842. 

2. Albert Hugh, b. Nov. 29, 1S44. 

3. Georgia C, b. ]\Ich. 29,1847. d. May 20,1870. 

4. Mary^'E., b. Meli. 18, 1850. 

5. Colypso II., b. ]\Iay 11, 1853. d. Jul. 30, 1853. 
G. Natlianiel, b. Jun. IG, 1854. d. Jun. 16, 1854. 

7. Thomas Bell, b. Sep. 5, 1S56. 

8. Charles J., b. Feb. 13, 1.S61. d. Jul. 11,1862. 

9. William E., b. Aug. 4, 1862. d. Apr. 20, 18,S4. 
10. Katie Y., b. Jul. 20,1864. 

Mattie was b. at Greenfield, and Albert, Georgia, and Mary 




WiLMAM Penn Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 1-37 

at Martinsville, Ind. ; Colvpso, Nathaniel, and Thomas at 
Keokuk, and William, Charles, and Katie at Albia, Iowa, 

Of these children, Thomas BelF is a book-keeper and 
stenographer, and resides at Los Angeles, Cal. He has never 
married. 

1. Mattie M.^ m. Jan. 1, 1860, Samuel L. Cramer, and 
lives at Ballard, Wash. Issue : Charles, George, and William 
Penn . 

2. Albert H.^ is a harnessmaker at East Los Angeles, 
Cal. He m. Oct. 14, 1887, Frances L. Gessler, but has no 
issue. 

3. Georgia C m. :\Ich. 14, 1867, Harry L. Water- 
man, lived at Albia, and d. at Ottumwa, AVapello Co., Iowa. 
Issue: Philip, b. Mch. 14, 1868. 

4. Mary E.' m. Jan. 14, 1868, Thomas AV. IMilburn, 
and lives at Kaven Wood, jNIo. Issue : Edwin P., Albert P., 
Pearl A., Edwin Fred,*T?oy, Earl, and Clifford. 

10. Katie Y.' m. Aug. 18, 1880, Frank Humphreys, 
and resides at Los Anoeles. Issue : George H, 

f-1-6. Georg-e W./ fifth son of Nathaniel Jr., was a 
farmer, and lived and d. near Alexandria, ]\Iadison Co., Ind. 
He m. Apr. 7, 1842, Pebecca A. ]Manering, who now resides 
at Alexandria, Monroe Township, Ind. Issue : 

d. Aug. 4, 1S43. 

d. Oct 8, 1890. 
d. Feb. 15, 1S51. 
d. Sep. 16, 1871. 

d. Aug. 31, 1860. 



d. Jul. 6, 1SG7. 

Of these children, Jessie C.,^ single, resides with her 
mother at Alexandria, Madison Co., Ind. 

2. Ambrose 31.' is a carpenter, and lives at Alexandria. 
He m. Feb. 16, 1881, Alniyra Lloyd, and had issue : 

1. Cora E., b. Oct. 3, 1882. 

2. (Georgia, 1). Apr. 27, 1885. 

3. Guy, ' b. Jul. 16, 1889. d. June 28, 1890. 



1. 


Nathaniel. 




Meh. 


25, 


1843. 


2. 


Ambrose M., 




Sep. 


•21, 


1845. 


3. 


INJary J., 




Mav 


29, 


1848. 


4. 


AVilliani T., 




Dec. 


30, 


1850. 


5. 


Nancy C, 




Jan. 


14, 


1852. 


6. 


George H., 




Sep. 


12, 


1854. 


7. 


Jessie C, 




]\I(h. 


n, 


1<S57. 


8. 


Charles, 


b. 


Dee. 


31, 


1859. 


9. 


Elmer E., 


b. 


Mch. 


12, 


1860. 


10 


Richard G., 


1). 


Nov. 


11, 


1864. 


11. 


Luc}', 


b. 


Jun. 


13, 


1867. 



1. Jessie M., 


b. Jun. 


14, 1887. 


2. Mary M., 


b. Nov. 


14, 1889. 



138 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

3. Mary J.^ m. Aug. 24, 1866, Henry Babbitt, and lived 
at Newton, Harvey Co., Kan. Issue : Charles H., b. Jun. 20, 
1879. 

6. Georj^e H.^ is a farmer in Monroe ToAvnship, Madison 
Co., Ind. He m. Oct. 5, 1874, Eliza J. LaKue, and had issue : 

1. Lillie M., b. May 1, 1875. 

2. Gertrude, b. Sep. 8, 1879. 

9. Elmer E.' is also a farmer in Monroe Township, Ind. 
He m. Aug, 8, 1886, Laura A. Foland, and had issue : 

d. Feb. 7, 1890. 

10. Richard G.^ is a clergyman in the ^Methodist Episco- 
pal Church, and is now located at Plainfield, Hendricks Co., 
Ind. He m. Mch. 31, 1889, Hortense A. Riggs, but has no 
issue. 

t-1-7 . Martha Ann/ second daughter of Nathaniel Jr. , 
m. 1st, Feb. 16, 1842, in Franklin Co., Ind., James M. Alley, 
who d. Oct. 5, 1842. Issue: 

1. Jennie, b. Jan. 15, 1843. d. Jan. 2G, 1873. 

Martha Ann m. 2d, Apr. 13, 1847, AVilliam Potts, who was 
b. Mch. 21, 1825, at Laurel, Ind. He is a farmer, and lives 
near Greenfield, Ind. Issue : 

2. James K., b. Mch. 11, 1848. d. Apr. 12, 1865. 

3. George W., b. ]May 14, 1S50. 

4. Mary E., b. Nov. 1, 1852. 

5. Edwin H., b. Dec. 17, 1S54. d. Nov. 18, 1889. 

6. John W., b. Feb. 1, 1.S57. 

7. Belle II., b. Jul. 9, 1.S59. 

8. Alice, b. Jan. 1, 1X62. 

9. Lucy J., b. Mch. 5, 1864. 

Of these children, Mary E." m. Oct. 2, 1872, Kepler 
Boyd; John W.' m. Mch. 12, 1881, Rebecca Elsbury ; and 
Belle H.^ m. Aug. 18, 1889, Prof. Alpheus Reynolds. 

t-1-8. David,® sixth son of Nathaniel Jr., was killed by 
the accidental discharge of a gun Feb. 2, 1864, in Jasper Co., 
Ind. He m. Oct. 10, 1849, Nancy J. Sherwood, who d. 
about 1863. Issue : 

1. William E., b. Oct. 17, 1850. d. Oct. 23, 1.S71. 

2. John EdAvin, b. Feb. 11, 1853. d. Ajn-. 19, 1870. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAjNOIOND. 139 

•j-_l_0, Mary,^ third daughter of Nathaniel -Tr., Ijves at 
Alexandria, Madison Co., Ind. She m. Dec. 25, 1S45, James 
H. Manering, a farmer, who was b. in Kent Co., Del., Dec. 9, 
1823. Issue: 

1. Nathaniel H., b. Sep. 19,1847. 

2. Ambrose A., b. Sep. 21, 1S50. 

3. Martha C, b. Dec. 17, 1.S52. 

4. Sarah L., h. May 18.1855. d. May 19,1855. 

5. James W., b. Jan. 1, 1857. 

6. Elizabeth J., b. Mch. is, 1S59. d. Mch. 19,1859. 

7. Ella N., b. Alio;. 24, 1860. 

8. Edwin B., b. Jun. 30, 1863. 

9. Hannah B., b. Sep. 1, 1865. d. Oct. 13, 1865. 

Of these children, Nathaniel H.' is a physician residing 
in Grant Co., Ind. 

t-1-12. Edwin Pollok Hammond/ eighth son of 
Nathaniel Jr., was b. at Brookville, Franklin Co., Ind., Nov. 
26, 1835. ]\Ir. Hammond in early life had fair school advan- 
tages, and Avith diligent application obtained a good education. 
In l'S55 he studied law in the office of his half In-other, Abram 
A. Hammond, in Terre Haute ; and in 185G-7 was admitted 
to the senior law class of Asbury University at Greene Castle, 
and graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Laws. In 1858 
he located at Kensselaer, Jasper Co., Ind., and opened a law 
office. 

Upon the breaking out of the Rebellion ]Mr. Hannnond 
enlisted in Co. G, 9th Ind. Volunteers, and was commissioned 
2d, and afterwards 1st, Lieutenant, and served in the Three 
Months' Campaign, in AVest Mrginia. He Avas with the force 
that surprised the Rebel Cam]) at Philippi, and in the engage- 
ment at Carrick's Ford, in which the Confederate (ieneral 
Garnett was killed. Returning to his home in Rensselaer, he 
resumed the practice of law. In 1861, he Avas elected as 
Representative in the Legislature from the Counties of NcAvton, 
Jasper and Pulaski. In 1862, he helped organize Co. A, 87th 
Ind. Volunteers, and Avas conunissioned as Ca])tain of the Com- 
pany. He Avas promoted, Mch. 22, 1863, to the rank of ]Major, 
andXov. 21, 1863, to that of Lieut. Colonel. The Regnnent 
lost heavily in killed and Avounded, in the battle of Chicka- 
mauga. Col. NcAvell Gleason, having been placed in charge 
of the brigade, Lieut. -Col. Hammond commanded the Regi- 
ment during the last year of the War. They Avere at Chatta- 
nooga, and at the siege of Atlanta, and Avith Sherman on his 
march to the sea. 



140 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Mr. Hammond enjoyed the respect and good-will of the 
officers and men under his command, and the confidence of his 
superior officers. At the close of the War, for gallant and 
meritorious services, he was appointed by the President to the 
Brevet rank of Colonel in the United States Volunjeers. C^ol. 
Hammond again entered the practice of law in llensselaer, and 
at once had a large business. 

In March, 1873, Gov. Hendricks appointed Col. Hammond 
to be Judge of the 30th Judicial Circuit, which was ratified by 
the people at the next October election. In October, 1878, 
the Judge was unamiously re-elected. May 14, 1(S83, he was 
appointed Judge of the Supreme Court from the Fifth District, 
by Gov. A. G. Porter, to fill a A-acancy. Judge Hammond is 
a Pepublican, and was a delegate to the National Convention 
in 1<S72, which nominated General Grant for his second term. 
In 1884, he was defeated for Judge of the Supreme Court, but 
received 5000 more votes than Blaine and others on the same 
ticket. 

At the November election of 1890 he was elected Judge of 
the 30th Judicial Circuit for the term of six years. In August, 
1892, he resigned the office of Circuit Judge, and formed a 
law partnership with Charles B. and William Y, Stuart, under 
the firm name of Stuart Bros, and Hammond, with headquar- 
ters at Lafayette, Ind., where the Judge now resides. In June, 
1892, Judiic Hammond received the Deoree of LL.D. from 
Wabash College, Indiana. 

Judge Hannnond m. 1st, Aug. 8, 18G1, Lucy J. Sayler, 
who d. Jan. 3, 18G3, re. 22, without issue. He m. 2d, Mch. 1, 
1864, Mary Y. Spitler, who was b. at Rensselaer, Ind., 
Mch. 12, 1843. Mrs. Hammond is an able and accomplished 
lady, and highly cultivated in vocal and instrumental music. 
She was also one of the Board of Managers of the World's 
Fair, Women's Department for Indiana. Issue : 

d. Sep. 6, 18G9. 



1. 


Louie, 


b. 


Nov. 


18, 


1864. 


2. 


Maude, 


b. 


Apr. 


16. 


1868. 


3 


]\rary A., 


b. 


Jul. 


19, 


1870. 


4. 


Edwin P., Jr., 


b. 


M<h. 


2 


1873. 


5. 


Jean, 


b. 


Au^. 


16,' 


1875. 


G. 


Nina Van R., 


b. 


Feb. 


29, 


1880. 



Of these children, 1. Louie' m. Nov. 7, 1882, William 
B. Austen, wdio was b. at Rensselaer, Ind., Apr. 21, ISGO. 
Mr. Austen graduated at Wabash College, Indiana, Jun. 22, 
1881 , and is an attorn ey-at-Iaw at Rensselaer. Issue : Yirginia, 
b. Aug. 25, 1883. 



J^ 




Col. Edwin P. Hammond. 



d. 


Feb. 


18, 


1817. 


(1. 


iMch. 


29, 


1819. 


d. 


May 


18, 


1850. 


d. 


Nov. 


12, 


1891. 


d. 


Sep. 


2G, 


18.5-2. 


d. 


Jan. 


IS, 


18G1. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 141 

f-4. David/ third son of Nathaniel Sr., b. at Wood- 
stock, Vt., moved to Ivcading, and became a prominent man in 
the town. He was extensively engaged in tlie manufacture of 
shoes, and was also interested in farming. He was afterwards 
interested in the manufacture of shoes at Windsor, Vt., although 
he resided at Heading, and d. there Oct. 20, 1854, x. 62. He 
m. Alice Stone, who was b. in 1793, and d. Jan. 7, 1864, 
ffi. 71. Issue : 

1. George A., b. Aug. — , 181C. 

2. (ieorge Augustus, b. Sep. 28, 1818. 

3. Augusta, b. Apr. IG, 1820. 

4. Mary, b. Oct. 16, 1822. 

5. Samuel Albro, b. Aug. 16, 1825. 

6. E(hiiund Stone, b. Apr. 16, 1828. 

7. Oliver Bailey, b. Apr. 20,1830. 

8. Frederic C, b. Apr. — , 1833. 

9. (ieorge Henry, b. Apr. 9, 1837. 

Of these children, Mary and Oliver Bailey d. single, at 
Reading. 

8. Augusta* m. Oct. 2, 1838, James Lawrence Hartwell 
of Reading, Vt., and lived at Windsor, Vt. Issue: Alice 
Augusta, Mary Ellen, Charles Gale, James Lawrence Jr., 
Frank, and Alice Augusta 2d. These children all d. young, 
except Mary Ellen," who m. Nov. 13, 1867, Theodore H. 
Say re, and lives in New York City. 

1-4-8. Frederic C.,* sixth son of David, was a hotel- 
keeper, and lived at Belvidere, 111. He m. Susan Downer of 
of AVeathersfield, Yt., and d. without issue. 

t-4-5. Samuel Albro,* third son of David, is a f^n-mer 
and stock-raiser, and lives at Le ]Mars, Plymouth Co., Iowa. 
He m. 1st, Nov. 10, 1851, Mar}- Louisa Hapgood, who was b. 
Jul. 30, 1827, and d. Apr. 28, 1857. Issue : 

1 David, 1). Mch. 21, 1855. 

Samuel A. m. 2d, Nov. 1863, Salome F. Hapgood, a cousin 
of his first wife, who was b. Dec. 9, 1826, and d. Dee. 28, 
1876. He m. 3d, Sep. 25, 1878, Mrs. S. J. Benton, who 
Avas b. in Wethersfield, Conn., Apr. 28, 1831. No issue by 
the second and third marriages. 

f -4-5-1. David," son of Samuel A., is a farmer and 
stock-raiser with his father at Le ]Mars. He m. Apr. 7, 1881, 
Lizzie M. Benton, who was b. Dec. 24, 1861, and d. Apr. 15, 
1887. Issue: 



142 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

1. Mabel B., b. Sep. 19, 1882. 

2. Chester II., b. Jiin. 3, 18S4. 

3. Louise S. H., b. xVug. 16, 1886. 

■f--4-(). Ediiiuncl Stone,* fourth son of David, lives at 
Reading, Vt., and is one of the most extensive fanners in 
town, and has been largely engaged in the breeding of Merino 
sheep. He was for several years one of the selectmen of the 
town of Reading. He m. Feb. 26, 1852, Jane Mandana 
Shedd, who was b. Apr. 16, 1833. Issue : 

1. Oliver Guy, b. Oct. 20, 1855. d. Jun. 29, 1878. 

2. Dwight S., b. Mdi. 8, 1S59. 

Of these children, Oliver Guy^ d. single at Reading. 

2. Dwig-lit S.,® is a farmer, and lives at Felchville, Yt. 
He m. Sep. U, 1880, Ida J. Barnes. No issue. 

f-4-9. Georg-e Henry/ seventh son of David, is a 
butcher, and resides at Springfield, Vt. He m. in 1862, Ann 
Eliza Clark, and had issue : 

1. Fred Collamer, b. Mch. 24, 1863, 

2. John Nathaniel, b. Mch. 11,1865. 

1. Fred Collanier^ is a machinist, and resides at Read- 
ing. He m. Jan. 5, 1883, Carrie Ellen Slade of Springfield, 
Vt., and had issue : 

1. George Allan, b. ISIay SO, 1887. 

2. Ruth, b. Dec. 10, 1890. 

2. Jolm Nathaniel" is a butcher with his father at 
Springfield. He m. Nov. 8, 1882, Emma Saftord of Spring- 
field, and had issue : Alice Stone and Georgia Anna, both of 
whom d. young. 

■f-(5. Henry Clinton,' fifth son of Nathaniel Sr., b. in 
Woodstock, Vt., was an eminent lawyer in Indiana, and d. at 
"Wappelo, Iowa, Jun. 1844. He m. in 1820, Mehetable B. 
Thomas, who was b. in Pennsylvania, Feb. 27, 1798, and d. 
in Milford, Butler Co., Ohio, Jun. 11, 1841. Issue: 

1. Mary Adams, b. Nov. 19,1821. d. Aug. 14,1839. 

2. Elvira Thomas, b. Jul. 5, 1823. 

3. John Q. Adams, b. Apr. 13, 1825. d. Nov. 15, 1850. 

4. George Clinton, b. :May 20, 1827. d. Mch. 3, 1875. 

5. Eveline Tredway, b. Jul. 8, 1829. 

6. Thomas Harrison G., b. Sep. 16, 1X31. 

7. Augustns Adelia, b. Dec. 27, 1833. d. Dec. 16, 1856. 

8. Aurelia Teresa, b. Jun. 9, 1839. d. Sep. 18, 1839. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 143 

Of these children, born in Brownsville, Union Co., Intl., 
Mary Adaiiis^ d. single, and Aurelia Teresa** d. young. 

f-6-3. John Q. Adams, ^ oldest son of Hemy Clinton, 
in 1S45 moved from AVappelo, Iowa, to AVaukegan, 111. In 
1<S49 he went to California, and, while returning, d. on board 
ship Xov. 15, 1850, and was buried at sea. 

t-(3-2. Elvira Thomas/ m. in Milford, Ohio, Apr. 2, 
1845, Thomas H. Boone, who was b. in County Derry, Ix-e- 
land, Meh. 14, 1823, and d. at Dousman, Waukesha Co., 
Wis., Jun. 2H, 1890, and was a Protestant of Scotch descent. 
Mrs. Boone, soon after her marriage, moved with her father 
and remaining family to Wappelo, Louisa Co., Iowa, and 
afterwards to Dousman, Wis., where all her children were born 
except the oldest. Issue : 



d. Mav 29, 1890. 



Of these children, Alice J.« m. Apr. 5, 1871, William 
M. Jacques, and lives in West Olive, Mich. Xo issue. 

2. Georg-e H.^ m. Oct. 17, 1884, Xellie M. Doe in 
Big Rapids, Mich., and lives in Waukesha, AVis. JSo issue. 

3. Eva J.^ m. in 1882, Thomas Edmonds, and d. at Jef- 
fersonville, Ind., May 2U, 1890. Issue : Evelyn Elvira. 

5.- Mary A.,' or Mamie, m. Xov. 26, 1885, Henry D. 
Howell, and lives at Waukesha. X"o issue. 

6. Lizzie L.^ m. Sep. 4, 1889, AVarren AVheeler, and 
lives in AVaukesha. Issue : Dora May. Gussie^ lives at 
home with her mother. 

f-6-4. George Clinton/ second son of Henry Clinton, 
was a carriagemaker, and lived in Dayton, Ohio, till 1855, 
Avhen he returned to Janesville, AVis., where he died. He m. 
in 1851, Martha Gosling, and had issue : 



1. 


Alice J., 


b. 


Dec. 


17, 


1845. 


2. 


Georjje 11., 


b. 


Jan. 


28, 


185G. 


3. 


Eva J., 


1). 


Apr. 


21, 


1858. 


4. 


Gussie E., 


b. 


Dec. 


31, 


1859. 


5. 


Mary A., 


b. 


Dec. 


26, 


1861. 


6. 


Lizzie L., 


b. 


Jan. 


27, 


18GC. 



1. 


Nellie Laura, 


b. Mch. 


27, 1858, 


2. 


George S., 


b. Jun. 


9, 18G5, 


3. 


Edith Bird, 


b. Jun. 


10, 1870, 



Of these children, Georg"e S.' is agent for a tobacco firm 



144 HAIVIMOND GENEALOGY. 

with headquarters at St. Paul, Mum. ; and Edith Bird^ 
lives Avith her sister in Chicago, both single. 

1. Kellie Laura/ oldest daughter of George C, m. at 
AVatertown, Wis., May 18, 1882, Newton Partridge, who was 
b. Meh. 23, 1852, and is a lawyer at Chicago. Mr. Partridge 
has recently ])een elected professor in the legal department of 
the North AVesteru University, Chicago. Issue : 

1. Edith Alice, b. Aug. 24, 1883. 

2. Edgar Hammond, b. Nov. 6, 1885. 

3. Newton Lyman, b. Dec. 10,1890. 

t-6-5. Eveline Treadway** m. :\Ich. 7, 1850, Samuel 
Stewart, a Protestant of Scotch descent, Avho d. Apr. 15, 
1892, and resides at Ottowa, AVis., near her sister Mrs. Boone. 
Issue : Lizzie M., Hettie J., Gussie A., Ella E., Clinton D., 
Lucy A., Harrison J., Charles S. and Arthur AY. 

Of these children, Oussie A." m. Adelbert Tuthill, and 

has two daughters : Lela and ; Lizzie' m. Jos. 

Kennedy, and had : Eva, Lottie and AVilbur ; Hettie* m. 
Andrew Kennedy, and had : CliiFord and Lucy. Ella E.* 
m. AValter Jones, and has a daughter : Edith Eveline ; Lucy 
A.' m. Dec. 1889, Rev. T. D, AVilliams, and has a son: 
Sanmel Stewart ; Harry' is in Chicago ; and Clinton' and 
Charles' are at home. 

t-G-G. Thomas Harrison,* third son of Henry Clin- 
ton, was formerly a carriage-trimmer, and resided at Dayton, 
Ohio. In 1856 he moved from Dayton to Janesville, Wis., 
and after several years to Oshkosh. A few years later he 
moved on to a ranch at Redlands, Cal., where he is now a fruit- 
grower. He m. at Madison, AVis., in 1858, Emily Fcrgason, 
and had issue : 

1. Ella A., b. Sep. 9, 18G0. 

2. Lottie, b. Dec. 10, 18G8. 

1. Ella Aug-usta' m. Sep. 17, 1890, Edward Glover 
Judson, an enterprising business man, and at present Mayor of 
Redlands. Issue : 

1. Henry Hammond, b. Jan. 1, 1892. 

2. Lottie' m. Apr. 1887, Francis Townsend of Redlands, 
and now resides at Los Angeles. Issue : 

1. Mabel, b. Jun. I, 1888. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 145 

f-6-7. Aug:usta Adelia/ fourth dauo-hter of Hemy 
Clinton, m. Dec. 1(5, 1<S54:, Charles AVest, and d. in Venice, 
Ohio, Dec. 16, 1858. Issue: 

1. Emma A., b. :\rdi. 11,1856. 

2. Addie R., b. Jun. 18, 1857. 

Of these children, Addie R.' lives single at Bushnell, 111., 
and Emilia A.' m. in 1870, John Chapman at Big- Rapids, 
Mich,, where they lived several years. They afterwards moved 
to Knoxville, Tenn., and thence to Albany, Ore., where they 
now reside. Issue : Holley West and Altha Emma. 

f— 7. John G.,' sixth son of Nathaniel Sr., was b. at 
Woodstock, Vt., Apr. 8, 1800, and d. at Brookville, Ind., 
Jul. 8, 187G. While a soldier in the Florida War, he was 
wounded, and after returning home drew a pension. He after- 
wards settled down to steady life, and spent a portion of his 
time in farming at Brookville. He m. Mch. 15, 1840, C^har- 
lotte Davies, who was b. in 1806, and is still living, at Meta- 
mora, Franklin Co., Ind. Issue: 

d. J'eb. 10, 18G2. 



1. 


Nathaniel R., 


b. 


Axvr. 


22, 


1841. 


2. 


Abram, 


b. 


Mav 


17', 


1842. 


3. 


AVilliam Penn, 


b 


Feb. 


G, 


1H44. 


4. 


Sarah A., 


b. 


Jan. 


10, 


1846. 


5. 


John, 


b. 


Jun. 


29, 


1848. 


6. 


Robert M., 


b. 


Jun. 


1, 


1852. 


7. 


Augusta, 


b. 


Jan. 


1, 


1856. 



The above children were b. at Brookville, except Augusta, 
who was b. at Metamora. 

■|--7-2. Abraiii,* second son of John G., is a farmer, and 
lives at Muncie, Delaware Co., Ind. He m. Mch. 1, 1868, 
Charlotte Mathews, and had issue : 



1. 


William E., 


b. 


Dec. 


12, 


1868. 


2. 


David, 


b. 


Oct. 


4, 


1870. 


3. 


Samuel, 


b. 


Dec. 


11, 


1877. 


4. 


Mary C, 


b. 


Jan. 


10, 


1879. 



f-7-3. William Penn,* third son of John G., is a 
farmer, and resides near ]\Ietamora. He m. Sep. 21, 1865, 
Elizabeth Lacy, and had issue : 

1. Kattie, b. Sep. 2, 1866. 

2. AVilliam H., b. Jan. 29,1868. 

3. John G., b. May 17, 1871. 

11 



146 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

f-7-4. Sarah A.,** oldest (laug-liter of JohnG., m. Mch. 
9, 1862, X. P. Force of Metauiora, and resides at Oak Forest, 
Franklin Co., Ind. Issue: 

1. Alice C, b. Aug. IS, 1,S65. 

2. Albert J., b. Dec. 17,1870. 

t-7-5. tJoliii,^ fourth son of John G., is an extensive 
farmer, and resides at Metaniora. He m. Feb. 1, 1869, Maria 
Matthews, and had issue : 

(1. Jul. 4, 1S91. 



1. 


Marshall, 


b. 


Sep. 


8, 


1871, 


2. 


Kate, 


b. 


Jul. 


4, 


1873. 


3. 


Ellen, 


b. 


Jun. 


5, 


18 75 


4. 


Cora, 


b. 


Sep. 


26, 


1877, 


5. 


Mary, 


b. 


Apr. 


22, 


1879 



■|--7-6. Robert M.,* fifth son of John G., is a farmer, 
and lived recently at Delena, Ark. He m. Sep. 20, 1878, Mary 
Bright, and had issue : 

1. Nathaniel L., b. Dec. 28,1879. 

2. Blanche, b. Jul. 20, 1881. 

f-7-7, Aug-usta,^ second daughter of John G., m. Feb. 
14, 1878, Henry Lacy, and lives at Metaniora. Issue : 

1. :Mabel, b. Dec. 13, 1878. 

2. Otis, b. Feb. 5, 1879. 

3. Flora, b. Jan. 10, 1881. 

4. Alice, b. Feb. 20, 1883. 



(2.)— STEPHEN HAMMOND OF HARDWICK, MASS. 

f. Stephen,^ second son of Faunce," [Jabez,'* John,^ 
Benjamin," AVilliam'], who was b. in Rochester, Mass., and 
lived and d. in Hardwick, Mass., was a manufjicturer and seller 
of boots and shoes. He m. about 1790 Hannah Stone, who 
was b. in 1766, and d. Oct. 1848, in Copenhagen, N. Y. 
Issue : 

1. Submit, b. Mch 7, 1791. d. May — , 1S79. 

2. Hannah, b. Mch. 23, 1792. d. Nov. 7, 1885. 

3. Larissa, b. May — , 1793. d. in 1S78. 

4. 8tei)hen, Jr., b. Jun. 16,1797. d. Mch. 20, 1883. 

5. Ellas, b. Jun. 28, 1799. d. Dec. 12, 1837. 

6. Mary, b. Sep. — , 1801. d. in 1840. 

7. Eliza', b. Aug. 12, 1803. d. Jun. 28, 1873. 

8. Sarah S., b. Sep. 23, 1806. d. Feb. 18, 1892. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAM3IOND. 147 

f-1. Submit, " who lived at Copenhagen, N, Y., m. 1st, 
Jun. 1834, Jared Knapp, who d. Meh. 27, 1859. She m. 2d, 
in 18G1, Levi Robbing, and d. at Copenhagen, May 1879. 
No issue. 

f-2. Hannah,' who lived and d. at Windsor, Yt., ni. 
Meh. 3, 1814, ,[ames Wardner, who was b. ^lay 12, 1791. 
Issue : Fredei'ic, Fanny, Laura, Mary, Frank Homer, Charles, 
James Sullivan, George Waldo, Eliza, Shubael and Byron 
Ferdinand. 

t-3. Larissa' lived at Colerain, Mass., and d. at Brattle- 
boro', Yt. She m. Ignatius Perkins of Colerain, and had 
issue : Larissa, James, ^laria, Mary, George, Caroline, Charles, 
Elias and Sarah. 

f— G. Mary,' who lived and d. at Hardwick, Mass., m. 
Timothy Fay, and left six children : James, Maria, Stephen, 
Rhoda J., Larissa and Augusta. 

t-7. Eliza,' who lived and d. at Watertown, N. Y., m. 
Feb. 1830, Darius Sherwin, who was b. Jan. 29, 1831. 

Issue: Mary E., b. May 4, 1833. Mary E. m. 

Keyes, and resides at Petoskey, ]Mich. 

t-8. Sarah S.' m. Feb. 19, 1824, Gilbert Stafford, and 
lived and d. at Ceres, Cal. Issue: Larissa IL, William G., 
Franklin, Aurelia and Aurecta, twins, Sarah E., Mary S., 
Ignatius P., and Submit L. 

f— 4. Stei)hen Jr.,' oldest son of Stephen, was a black- 
smith, and lived and d. at Copenhagen, N. Y. He m. Ist, in 
1828, Harriet Bledgett, who d. in the Fall of 1851. Issue : 

1. William M., b. Jul. G, IS29. d. Nov. iS, 1882. 

2. Ii-fiiu, b. Jun. — , 1832. 

Of these children, Irene resides, single, at Copenhagen. 

1. William M.® was a woolen merchant, and lived in 
New York. He m. Jul. 24, 18 GO, Emily L. Sikes, and had 
two sons, one of whom d. in infancy. Issue : 

1. Fred S., b. Mcb. 17, 1SG2. 

Fred S.,^ who is a life insurance agent, m. Jul. 9, 1881, 
Mary Tazer, and had one daughter, who d. young. 



148 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Stephen Jr. ni. 2d, in 1853, Linda Munger, and had issue: 

3. Ida II., b. Jan. 10, 1854. 

4. Frank II., f t, t i < nj-/^ 
r 1^ , JT f 0. Jul. 4, lHo6. 

5. iM-ed 11, ) 

6. Janda II., b. Sep. 25, 1858. 

After the death of their mother, wliich occurred soon after 
Linda's birth, Ida was adopted by her uncle Nelson Munger, 
and took the name of Ida Munger ; Frank was adopted by his 
mother's cousin, Josiah Kich, and his name became Frank H. 
Ricli ; a family by the name of Perkins adopted Fred and 
Linda, and they took the name of Perkins. 

3. Ida H.,* second daughter of Stephen Jr., was b. at 
Adams, JeiFerson Co., N. Y., and resides at Watertown. She 
m. Jun. 10, 1874, Charles E. Holbrook, a printer. Issue : 
Henry M., Charles W., and Raymond H. 

4. Frank H.® keeps a livery stable, and resides at Low- 
ville, Lewis Co., N. Y. He m. Apr. 25, 1877, Lucinda 
Chamberlain, and had issue : 

1. Floyd, b. Mfh. 30, 1879. 

5. Fred H.® is pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church 
at Williamsport, Penn. He m. Nov. 23, 1876, Elizabeth 
Mclntrye. No issue. 

6. Linda H.' m. Feb. 16, 1875, William Smart, a 
farmer at Hose, Wayne Co., N. Y. Issue : 

1. Nellie, b. Jun. 1, 1876 

f-5. Elias,' second son of Stephen, was a tanner and 
shoemaker, and lived and d. at Leroy, N. Y. He m. at Shel- 
burne, Mass., Sep. 20, 1825, Mercy Allen, who was b. Feb. 
24, 1802, and d. Jan. 14, 1892. Issue: 

1. Martha Ann, b. May 8, 1827. 

2. Maria, b. Jul. 3, 1831. 

3. Stephen II., b. Apr. 5, 1834. 

After the death of Elias, the family returned to Shelburne, 

Mass. 

1. Martha Ann^ m. 1st, George Roberts, and lived at 
Colerain. Issue : Charles, Clifford, Stephen, Noah, Porter, 
Martha, and Fidelia. 

Martha m. 2d, about 1886, William R. Whittaker of East 
Wilmington, Vt., where they now reside. No further issue. 




Lewis M. Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 149 

2. Maria* m. Henry Baldwin, and lives in Cleveland, 
Ohio. Issue : Lillie, Jennie, and George. 

3. Stephen H/ is a boot and shoe dealer at Springfield, 
Mass. He m. Ist, Jun. 10, 1869, Caroline' James of Provi- 
dence, R. I., who d. in 1873. He m. 2d, Feb. 14, 1877, 
Louise Warren of Leicester, Mass., who d. about 1884. He 
m. 3d, Oct. 13, 1888, Mrs. J. F. Baker of Springfield, who 
d. Jan. 10, 1890. No issue by either marriage. 



(6.)— JABEZ HOLMES HAMMOND OF WINDSOR, VT. 

t . Jabez Hobiies/ fourth son of Faunce, ' [Jabez," John,' 
Benjamin,^ William'], was b. at Rochester, Mass., May 1, 
1773, moved to Windsor, Vt., and d. at West Windsor, Oct. 
25, 1841. He m. about 1796 Marv Rowe, who was b. Apr. 
22, 1773, and d. Aug. 30, 1839. Issue : 



1. 


Faunce, 


b. 


Jan. 


8, 


1797. 


(1. 


Dec. 


10, 


1S74. 


2. 


Celia, 


b. 


Apr. 


23, 


1798. 


d. 


Oct. 


18, 


1813. 


3 


Calvin, 


b. 


Feb. 


16. 


1800. 


d. 


Mch. 


4, 


1874. 


4. 


Stephen, 


b. 


Jun. 


14, 


1801. 


d. 


Oct. 


14, 


1875. 


5. 


Ji'*y> 


b. 


Nov. 


14, 


1802. 


d. 


Nov. 


26, 


1868. 


6. 


Dudley, 


b. 


Feb. 


21, 


1804. 


d. 


Feb. 


26, 


1804. 


7. 


Jaliez, 


b. 


Jan. 


31, 


1805. 


d. 


Nov. 


29, 


1S13. 


8. 


Holmes, 


b. 


Jan. 


17, 


1807. 


d. 


Jan. 


25, 


1892. 


9. 


.James, 


b. 


Au^. 


18, 


1808. 


d. 


Apr. 


27, 


1H72. 


10. 


Elon Oscar, 


b. 


Meii. 


25, 


1811. 


d. 


Mch. 


20, 


1872. 


11. 


Daniel, 


b. 


Jul. 


14, 


1812. 


d. 


Apr. 


13, 


1882. 


12. 


Jabez 2(1, 


b. 


Jun. 


15, 


1815. 


d. 


Aug.. 


12, 


1893. 



Of these children, Celia, Faunce and Calvin were b. at 
Windsor, Vt. ; Stephen and Jiry at Woodstock ; Dudley at 
Reading ; and the remaining children at West Windsor. 

f-1. Faunce,' oldest son of Jabez Holmes, was a shoe- 
maker at Windsor and Woodstock, and d. at GreensI)orough, 
Vt. He m. Jul. 20, 181.S, Clarissa Thompson, who was b. 
Nov. 29, 1795, and d. at Lowell, Mass., Feb. 11, 1883. 
Issue : 

1. Stephen Frederic, b. ]\Ich. 30, 1820. d. Nov. 21. ].S44. 

2. Celia Francis, b. May 28, 1821. d. Jan. 30, 18,si. 

3. Clara Sulia, b. Dec. 13,1822. d. Jun. 4, 18.S9. 

4. Mary Jane, b. Nov. 20, 1824. 

5. Elon Oscar Eells, b. May 19, 1826. 

6. Susanna Artemisa, b. Jul. 15, 1828. 

7. Jabez Faunce, b. Mav 17, 1831. 

8. John Melville, b. Mch. 30, 1834. 

9. Zacheus Dudley, b. Nov. 24, 1836. d. Jan. 18, 1843. 



150 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Of these children, Clara Siilia' in. Jan. 1, 1846, Philip 
D. Badg-er, and d. at (Treensborou^h, Vt., without issue. 
Stephen F.'^ d. single, at Greensborough, Vt. 

■f--l-2. Cella Francis* m. Jan. 7, 1857, Eugene Allen 
Fisher of St. Albans, Vt. She lived at Greensborough, Vt., 
West Broome and Sweetsburg, Que., and d. at Dunboro, P. Q. 
Issue : 

1. Henrietta, b. Sep. 18, 1859. 

2. (4eorge Edward, b. May 16, 1861. 

3. Euo-ene Allen, b. ]\Iay 2, 1862. d. Jun. 18, 18C6. 

4. Geo. AVash. Wilson, Jr., b. Feb. 14,1868. 

■[•_1_4. Mary Jane* m. Jan. 17, 1854, Stephen Foster 
Collier, and lives in Greensborough, Vt. Issue : 

1. Stephen Fred'c, 

2. Frank Foster, 

3. Minnie Ellwya, 

4. Thomas Faunce HM, 

5. Clarissa Jane, 

6. ^lary Elsie Kezia, 

7. Hattie Anieda, 

Of these children, Minnie E.'' ni. ^^lav 7, 1891, John A. 
Campbell. 

•J--1-5. Elon O.scar Eells* is a carpenter, and lives at 
West Derby, Vt. He m. Nov. 12, 1849, Martha Ann Cole, 
who was b. at Salem, Vt., Dec. 15, 182G. Issue : 

d. Aug. 30, 1854. 



b. 


Nov. 


14, 


1854. 


d. 


Dec. 


8, 


1880. 


b. 


Mch. 


13, 


1856. 


d. 


Nov. 


18, 


1869. 


b. 


Feb. 


21, 


1858. 










b. 


Oct. 


24, 


1859. 


d. 


Jul. 


16, 


1818. 


b. 


May 


17. 


1861. 










b 


Sep. 


1, 


18G2. 


d. 


INIay 


3, 


1885. 


b. 


Oct. 


23, 


1864. 











1. 


Leona Adella, 


b. 


Aug. 


10, 


1851. 


2. 


Lilla Ophelia, 


b. 


Jun. 


14, 


1S54. 


3. 


Dora Inez, 


b. 


Jun. 


22, 


1857. 


4. 


Fred Bertrum, 


b. 


Oct. 


12, 


1859. 


5. 


Willie Palmer, 


b. 


Nov. 


7, 


1.S61. 


6. 


Elon Alanthus, 


b. 


Jul. 


12, 


1869. 



1. Leona A." m. Mch. 15, 18G7, Frank Wheelock, and 
had issue : Burnice and Hattie. 

3. Dora Inez^ m. Jan. 1, 1878, Clarence Charles Tower 
of Rochester, Vt., and lives at AVest Derby, A"t. Issue: 
Alton, Ines, Theodore, and Benjamin. 

4. Fred Bertriini® is a merchant, and lives at South 
Troy, Vt. He m. May 1, 1884, Frances A. Chandler, Avho 
was b. Oct. 8, 1865. Issue : 

1. Arline H., b. Nov. 3, 1886. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 151 

5. Willie Palmer' is a travelling salesman for the 
Lovell M't'o- Co., and lives at ^Milwaukee, Wis. He m. Jan. 
16, 188(3, Nellie Conner, who was b. in Plymouth, Ind., Nov. 
10, 18G3. Issue: 

1. flarrv Grover, b. Sep. 6, 1888. 

2. Ethei May, b. Oct. 31, 1^90. 

6. Eloii A." is a carpenter, and lives at Barre, Yt. He 
m. Jan. 1, 1890, Ella Marrett, and had issue: 

1. LucretiaP., b. Jul. 25, 1S91. 

t-l-(). Susanna Arteniisa,* fourth daug-hter of Faunce, 
lives at Higldands, Col. Siie m. at Lowell, ]\Iass., Oct. 15, 
1854, Joel Washington Chaffee, who was b. at Eoxbury, Vt., 
Aug. 25, 1834. Issue : 

1. Namena Silvene, b. Jul. 24, 1859. 

2. Onia F. W., b. Mch. 2, ISGl. 

3. Ciaris.-^a Abigail, b. Mch. 7, 18G3. 

4. Philip II., b. May 11, 1881. d. Jun. 13, 1S87. 

Of these children, Xaniena Silvene* m. Jan. 11, 1884, 
Amos L. Parker of St. Johnsbury, \t. ; and Onia F. W.® 
m. Nov. 21, 1884, Laura Maria D'Rosia of North Adams, 
Mass. Issue : Bessie and iNIilt. 

t-1-7. Jabez Faunce,' third son of Faunce, is a farmer, 
and resides at Coplin, Me. He m. at Lowell, j\Iass., Feb. 1, 
1857, Mary F. W. Hinds, daughter of Lisdale L. Hinds of 
King-field, Me. Issue : 

(1. Jan. 10, 18G3. 



1. 


Inez Adelaide, 


b. 


Jun. 


21. 


1858. 


2. 


Charles Henry, 


b. 


Au.,r. 


31. 


1859. 


3. 


Etta Susie, 


1). 


Jan. 


22, 


1862. 


4. 


Laniout Faunce, 


b. 


Mch. 


23, 


U64. 


5. 


Nellie Cutler, 


1). 


Aucr. 


24, 


1866. 


6. 


Elon Bartlett, 


b. 


Apr. 


1, 


1.^69. 



2. Charles Henry,' is a farmer at Coplin, Me. Hem. 
at Coplin, Oct. ol, 1885, Ellie S. Taylor. Issue: 

1. Nellie Blanche, b. Apr. 16, 1886. 

2. Nora May, b. May 10, 1888. 

3. Dau., b. Oct. 20, 1891. d. Jan. 22, 1892. 

3. Etta Susie% who lives at Flagstafl^, Me., m. Jan. 1, 
1885, John 11. Viles, son of Asa Viles of Madison, Me. Issue : 

1. Harry L., b. Sep. 2. 1886. d. May 13, 1888. 

2. Glenn R., b. Oct. 21, 1888. 

3. Leah Verna, b. Mch. 29, 1891. 



152 HAIVIIVIOND GENEALOGY. 

4. Lamoiit Faiiiice'' is a lumberman and farmer at 
Flagstaff, Me. He m. May 7, 1888, Nira M. Viles of Flag- 
staff, Me. Issue : 

1. Hugh Faunce, b. Meli. 29, 1890. 

t-1-8. John Melville/ fourth son of Faunce, is a 
clergyman, and resides at Brownsdale, Minn. He m. 1st, 
Aug. 15, 1859, Helen G. Fairbrother of Brownington, Vt. 
Issue : 

1. Annie L., b. Sep. — , 1859. d. Apr. — , 18G9. 

2. George Herbert, b. Jul. 21, 1.S65. 

3. Leora Belle, ' b. Jan. 8, 1868. 

4. Gertrude L., b. Nov. 20, 1872. d. 

John M., having obtained a divorce from his first Avife, m. 
2d, Dec. 15, 1879, Mrs. Mary S. Leroy at Lowell, Mass. 
Issue : 

5. Fred Elvvyn, b. Apr. 26, 1881. 

Of these children, Annie L. was b. at Coventry, George 
Herbert at Craftsbury, and Leora B. and Gertrude L. at Barton 
Landing, Vt. ; and Fred Elwyn at Low^ell, Mass. 

f-3. Calvin Hammond,' second son of Jabez Holmes, 
was a farmer and laborer, and was born, lived and died at 
West AVindsor, Vt. He m. Jan. 1, 1829, Lucy McGrath, 
wdio was b. Mch. 31, 1810, and d. Oct. 16, 1873. Issue: 

1. Henrv Holmes, b. Sep. 5, 1830. 

2. Luc/Ann, b. Nov. 9, 1832. d. Nov. 28, 1881. 
3 Sarah Lovina, b. Apr. 30, 1.S37. 

4. Meli.ssa Sophia, b. Apr. 22, 1839. 

5. Augusta Melinda, b. Feb. 11,1848. 

Of these children, 

f-o-1. Henry Holmes/ who is a farmer and carpenter 
at West AVindsor, Vt., m. Aug. 31, 1863, Caroline F. Bel- 
lows, who was b. Apr. 3, 1849. Issue : 

1. Henry Foster, b. Mny 15, 1865. 

2. Clarence Arthur, b. May 9, 1869. d. Mch. 17, 1885. 

3. Carl Wade, b. Sep. 9, 1871. 

f-3-2. Lucy Ann* m. in 1854 Hiram Soule, and had: 
Charles, Alma, Cora, and jNIary. 

t-3-3. Sarah Lovina* m. Nov. 4, 1854, David G. 
Gardner, who was b. Jul. 14, 1838, and d. Jan. 22, 1884. 
Issue : D. Clinton, Lindon E., Ida M., and Frank L. 




Carr Lyall Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 153 

t-3-4. Melissa Sophia^ m. Xov. 2S, 1856, Allen Gard- 
ner, and had: Juliette E., Henrietta, George and Henry, 
t^yins, Lucy Emma, and ^label Melissa. 

t-3-5. Aiij^usta 3Ieliiicla' m. Jan. 1, 1875, Lewis 
McGratli. No issue. 

All the children of Calvin Hammond resided at West Wind- 
sor , Vt. 

t-4. Stephen,^ third son of Jabez Holmes, was h. at 
Woodstock, Vt., Jun. 14, 1801, and d. at Clinton Junction, 
Rock Co., Wis., Oct. 14, 1875. Jn 1835 he moved to Law- 
rence, St. Lawrence Co., X. Y., Avliere he carried on farming 
principally, but was a builder to some extent. In Jun. 1854, 
he removed to Clinton Junction, and pursued the calling of a 
farmer until failing health compelled him to abandon labor 
about 18G5. He acquired a competence, and lived in compara- 
tive quiet during the evening of his life. He was a consistent 
Christian and ])romincnt in Church work, being for nearly fifty 
years a meml)er of the Baptist Church. 

His widow, living at Chicago at the age of 8(5 with her son 
Lewis M. Hammond, enjoys good health, reads the finest print 
without the aid of spectacles, and devotes her days to doing all 
in her power to alleviate the unfortunate, — a grand, noble 
Avoman, full of many years and good works.* Stci)hen Ham- 
mond m. Jun. 14, 1824, Lovina McGrath at A\'indsor, Vt. 
Issue : 

1. Geoi-fre Washington, b. Mc-h. 22, 1825. 

2. Lewis Morelle, h. Dec. 12, 1835. 

3. Stephen Ford, b. Jan. 20, 18J3. 

t-4-1. Greorgre Wasliiii}»:toii,^ b. at Windsor, Vt., at 
21 was employed in the foundry ot Hannuond c'i Draper at 
Windsor, Vt. In 1854 he moved first to AVisconsin, and after- 
wards to Iowa, where he bought a large tract of land near 
Maquoketa. In 1857 he moved to Lyons, Iowa, and for about 
15 years dealt in merchandise, after which he retired to his 
beautiful fruit farm about a mile from the city, Avhere he now 
resides. He m. Jul. 4, 1849, Mary Adams at Lawrence, X. Y. 
Issue : 

1. f:ninia, b. May 3, 1853. 

2. Frank, b. Mch. 12, l,s64. d. Feb. 23, 1867. 

* She d. Dec. 4, 1892, and was buried at Clinton, Wis. 



154 HAMIMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. Emma^ m. Oct. 22, 1890, D. B. Bishop at Lyons, 
Iowa, and resides at North AVilliston, Vt. 

•|--4-2. Le^vis Morelle,^ second son of Stephen, b. in 
Lawrence, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., lived there, and in Pots- 
dam, N. Y., until the Spring of 1853, when he removed to 
Clinton, AVis., where he remained the next ten years. In 
18G8 he moved to Janesville, and was engaged in the Internal 
Revenue Dept. until Nov, 1873 ; then moved to Milwaukee and 
engaged in life insurance : in 1880 removed to Chicago, where 
he has since resided, having been for the last seven years a coal 
shipper. Business and pleasure trips have taken him to nearly 
every State and Territory in the Union. In the Summer of 
1888 he took a trip through Continental Europe, returning to 
business in the Fall of that year. 

Lewis Morelle m. Apr. 27, 1858, Esther L. Willis at Clin- 
ton Junction, Wis., who d. Jan. 10, 1888, at Chicago. Issue : 

1. Can- Lvall, b. Jan. 24. 1861. d. Mch. 2-2, 18S8. 

2. Rollin (iatre, b. Oct. 11, 1862. d. Apr. 10, 1863. 

3. Tlu'o.lore'Morelle, b. Sep. 16, 1864. 

4. Kay Benson, b. Feb. 24, 1871. 

4. Ray Benson,' fourtli son of Lewis Morelle, and b. at 
Janesville, Wis., is at present engaged in the coal business 
with his father in Chicago. He m. Sep. 28, 1891, Lizzie 
Graham of Chicago. Issue : 

1. Esther Louise, b. May 27, 1893. 

1. Carr liyall," oldest son of Lewis Morelle, and b. at 
Clinton, AVis., d. at Las Vegas, New Mexico, Mch. 22, 1888. 
After receiving a liberal education, he settled at Sioux City, 
Iowa, where he was Capt. of Co. H, 3d Iowa National Guard. 
His health failing, he removed to Chicago in Apr. 1887. In 
]\Ich. 1888 he started with his father for California, and while 
resting at Las Vegas, d. of haemorrhage of the lungs. Thus 
this noble man, fitted to vie with any, as a scholar, as a gentle- 
man, and as a business man, — Avith his wife and two little 
ones, — all ])assed away in a few months. Plem. at jMihvaukee, 
Jan. 1, 1884, Maude Cunningham, who d. at Chicago, Feb. 
3, 1888. Issue: 

1. Theodora :\ray, b. Sep. 20, 1885. d. Jul. 20, 1SS6. 

2. Fannie :\Iaude, b. Aug. 6, 1887. d. Jul 24, 1888. 

f-4-2-3. Theodore Morelle'' Hammond, second son 
of Lewis M., was b. at Clinton Junction, Rock Co., Wis., 




Thkodork M. Hammond. 



DESCEXDANTS OF JOIIX HAMMOXD. 155 

Sep, in, l'S64. He removed with his parents to Janesville, 
Wis., in 1867, and to Milwaukee, in 1874. In Jul. ISSO he 
removed to Chicago, and took the Latin Scientific Course in 
the old University of Chicago. He graduated in '85 with the 
Degree of B. S., winning tlie Anderson English Essay prize, 
_and enjoying tlie title of class poet. 

In the Fall of 1885 he was chosen Principal of the City High 
School at Sandwich, 111., where he remained during the school 
year. He then al^andoned teaching, and soon afterwards 
engaged in the coal business in Chicago, where he now resides. 
Besides the coal business, he engages to some extent in news- 
paper correspondence, and in literary and social work, being 
President of the Plymouth Club, composed of young men. 

At its organization, Mr. Hammond was chosen by the 
Trustees to be University Factor, — the Business Department, 
— of the new University of Chicago, and entered upon the 
responsible duties thereof Aug. 1, 1892. 

He m. at jNIilwaukee, Wis., Jun. 14, 1888, Fannie Loring 
INIerrick. daughter of Lewis Merrick, formerly of AVorcester 
and Monson, Mass. Issue : 

1. Lewis :\Iemck, b. Apr. 11,1889. 

2. Kiilph Perry, b. Nov. 2S, 1891. 

t-4-3. Steplieu Ford/ third son of Stephen, was b. 
at Lawrence, X. Y., and moved with his parents to Wisconsin 
in 1854; was in the Army one year, Co. D, lOth Keg't, and 
served as Dept. Commander of AVisconsin in 1878 ; was fi*eight 
agent of Wisconsin Central li. K. at Milwaukee for nine years, 
and station agent for several years. In Mch. 1880 he settled 
in Ashton, Spink Co., South Dak., and engaged in farming 
and in handling merchandise ; was for four years Kegister of 
Deeds in Spink Vo. ; was also President of the Bank of Ash- 
ton ; and in 1888 was Div. Commander of the G. A. R. of 
Dakota; was afterwards real estate broker at Duluth, ^Nlinn. ; 
and moved to Minneapolis, ]\Iinn., May 1, 1891, where he is 
now a broker. He m. elun. 3, 18G3, Ida Mendenhali of Janes- 
ville, Wis. Issue : 

1. Arden Ford, b. Meh. 21, 186 7. 

2. Ida May, b. Jan. 17,1879. 

1. Arden Ford' is Assistant Manager of the Duluth 
JSfews, and resides at Duluth, Minn. He m. Jul. 8, 1891, 
Nellie Foster at Yankton Indian Agency, [Greenwood], S. D. 
Issue : 

1. Esther Nyle, b. Jun. 16, 1892. 



156 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

2. Ida May' lives with her fether at Minneapolis, Minn. 

f-5. Jiry,' fonrth son of Jabez Holmes, b. at Woodstock, 
was a farmer at Windsor, Vt. He m. Nov. 19, 1824, Hulda 
Davis, Avho was b. Oct. 17, 1804, and d. at Hartland, Vt., 
Mch. 25, 1889, re. 84. Issue: 



1. 


Il.ilda, 


b. 


Mvh. 


6, 


1826. 


d. }oung. 


2. 


L\iciii(l;i Marie, 


b. 


Jan. 


IG, 


1830. 




3. 


Rassclas Wait, 


b. 


-Tun. 


25, 


1832. 




4. 


Erasmus Winslow, 


b. 


Dec. 


5, 


1837. 





2. Liicinda Marie ^ m. Apr. 15, 1856, Thomas S. Luce, 
a farmer, and resides at Stowe, Vt. No issue. 

4. Erasmus W.* never married, and is night watchman, 
at the Windsor Prison, AViiidsor, Vt. 

t-5-3. Rasselas Wait® is a laborer, and lives in Lake 
City, Calhoun Co., Iowa. He m. Sep. 14, 1856, Eliza 
McGeorge, who was b. in Licking Co., Ohio, Jan. 7, 1832. 
Her grandfather McGregor, who was a Scotchman and partici- 
pated in the Scottish Rebellion, was an eminent physician, and 
with his family came to New York. Issue : 

1. AVilliain Henry, b. Oct. 3. 18.57. 

2. Georo-e Washington, b. ^Nlay 17. IsfiO. 

3. Eniuia Lucinda, b. Feb. 6, 1870. 

1. Williaiii Henry/ oldest son of Rasselas W., is in 
the mercantile business at Bloonifield, Neb. He m. Mch, 19, 
1882, Malana Elizabeth Stevens, who was b. Sep. 6, 1S61. 
Issue : 



1. 


Mabel Rose, 


b. 


Dec 


10, 


1882. 


2. 


Jessie Fiilhner, 


b. 


Aug. 


26, 


1884. 


3. 


Edith Irene, 


b. 


Jun. 


25, 


1888. 


4. 


A. v., 


b. 


Jun. 


21, 


1890. 


5. 


Son, 


b. 


Feb. 


16, 


1892. 



2. Georg'e W./ second son of Rasselas W., resides at 
Bloonifield, Neb., and is engaged in boring wells. He m. 
Nov. 23, 1884, Eliza Jennie Worth of Michigan. Issue: 

1. Maggie May, b. Sep. 14, 1888. 

3. Emilia Liiicinda/ only daughter of Rasselas, m. 
Jvd. 6, 1887, Gideon D. Thompson, and resides at Lake City, 
Calhoun Co., Iowa. Issue: 

1. Nellie Kathleen, b. Sep. 20, 1888. 

2. Vivian Deloss, b. Mch. 22, 18S9. 

3. Charles Rinaldo, b. Feb. 13, 1892. 




HoLMKs Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 157 

f-8. Holmes/ seventh son of Jal)ez Holmes, was I), at 
Windsor, Vt., Jan. 17, 1807. He followed the occupation of 
mason at Windsor until 1848, when he removed to ^Milwaukee, 
Wis,, where he engaged in farming. In 1857 he removed to 
Clinton, where he d. Jan. 25, 1892. 

Holmes m. Ist, at Windsor, Vt., Mch. 8, 1832, Sarah 
Marcy, daughter of Prosper ]\Iarcy, who d. at Janesville, Wis., 
Jul. 1(), 1873, je. 6S. Issue: 

1. Carrie, b. i\Iay 17, 1833. d. Aug. 1, 1891. 
■2. :\[arcia, b. Dec. 24, 1834. 

3. Emma Sarah, b. Jul. 18, 1842. d. Oct. 17, 1871. 

Holmes m. 2d, at Bcloit, Wis., Jul. 21, 1874, Caroline 
Winkler. No further issue. 

1. Carrie,* b. at Ludlow, Vt., ni. at Clinton, Wis., 
Dec. 25, 1860, Thomas W. Williams. They moved to White- 
water, Wis., in 1860, and to Milwaukee in 1870, Avhere she 
d. Aug. 1, 1891. Issue: 

1. Clarence Holmes, b. Sep. 2, 1864. 

Clarence Holmes® is manager of the Northwestern Col- 
lection Co. at Milwaukee. He m. Oct. 22, 1885, Libbie 
Germaine at Milwaukee. Issue : 

1. Reginald (Jermaine, b. Sep. 2 7, 1800. 

2. Marcia,** b. at West Windsor, Vt., formerly lived at 
Milton, AVis., but now resides at Janesville. She m. Oct. 15, 
1856, A. Webster Baldwin, attorney, of Milton, who d. ]May 
29, 1885, at Janesville. Issue : 

I.Carrie May, b. :\ray 17,1858. 

2. Emma li^liza, b. Feb. 2, lJ-61. 

3. Bertie, b. Apr. 22, 1872. d. Juu. 3, 1872. 

Of these children, Carrie May' m. Apr. 28, 1891, Robert 
J. liogan, a train dispatcher, and lives at Louisville, Ky. 
Issue : Marcia May, b. Jun. 12, 1892. 

2. Emma Eliza^ m. Jun. 2, 1887, Frank E. Clark, 
real estate broker, and lives at Chicago. Issue : 

1. Maurice James, b. Sep. 9, 1890. 

3. Emma Sarah,* third daughter of Holmes, b. at 
West Windsor, Vt., m. Dec. 25, 1868, J. AVillard Hartshorn 
at Clinton, AVis., where she d. without issue Oct. 17, 1871. 



158 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

f-9. James/ eighth son of Jabez Hohnes, Avas a farmer, 
and lived in varions pLaces. He m. Feb. 5, 1831, Lvicy B. 
Flanders of Warner, N. H., who was b. Nov. 3, 1812. In 
1831 he moved to Lawrence, N. Y., where he had the follow- 
ing issue : 

1. John F. C, b. Jan. 30, 1833. 

2. Adelaide 11., b. Deo. 5, 1834. d. Meb. 22, 18.58. 

James then moved back to Windsor, and had further issue : 

3. Harrison James, b. May 29,1838. d. Oct. 21,1888. 

4. Laura A., b. Nov. 4,1842. d. Jan. 18,1864. 

He moved to Calais, Vt., in 1845, and had two more chil- 
dren : 

5. Cbarles W., h. Feb. 19, 184 7. d. Mcli. — , 1852. 

6. Ella H., b. Feb. 5, 1850. 

James remained in Calais until 1867, and then went to 
Shopiere, Rock Co., Wis., where he d. Apr. 27, 1872. His 
widow, Lucy B., is now living at East Calais, Vt. Adelaide 
d. single. 

t-9-1. John F, C.,* oldest son of James, during the 
late Civil War was a sergeant in Co. A. 6th Eeg't Vt. Vols. 
He is now a farmer at East Calais, Vt. He m. ]May 9, 1854, 
Martha Long of Waitsfield, Vt., and had issue : 

1. Cora Adelaide, b. Ano- 28, 1857. d. Oct. 18, 1872. 

2. Lucy Jane, b. Jnf. 26,1860. 

3. Hannah (iertrude, b. Sep. 2, 1866. 

Of these children, Lucy Jaiie^ is single. East Calais ; and 
Hannah Gertrude' m'. Alch. 19, 1890, Edson J. Sparrow, 
and lives at Calais, Vt. 

t-9-3. Haridson J./ second son of James, graduated 
from the Medical College at Cleveland, Ohio, in '69 or '70, and 
engaged in the practice of medicine and surgery. He located 
successively in AVisconsin, Texas, and Florida. He was City 
Physician of Prairie-du-Chien, Wis. ; assistant surgeon and 
medical director of recruits, in tlie Cow-boy War on the liio 
Grande in Texas ; and the first mayor of Orange City, Volusia 
Co., Fla., Avhere he resided 12 years. He was a Mason, and 
a Knight Templar of high rank, and a devoted member of the 
Fraternity. For many years a sufferer from asthma, his dis- 
ease finally assumed the form of consumption, and he died of 
hocmorrha^e, Oct. 21, .1888, while on a visit to his former 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 159 

home at East Calais, Vt. He m. 1st, Sep. 1, 1890, ^Nlaiy J. 
Dickinson of Cambridge, Vt., who d. Feb. 'I'l^ 18GG, at Clin- 
ton, Vt. Issue : 

1. Mary J., b. Feb. IG, 186G. 

Dr. Hammond m. 2d, Nov. 27, 18(3G, Libbie J. Scott of 
Emerald Grove, AVis. Issue : 

2. Kate Luella, b Sep. 15, 1874. 

1. Mary J.,* b. at Clinton, Wis,, m. at Orange City, 
Fla., Jan. 4, 1888, William P. Liffler, and resides at St. 
Augustine, Fla. No issue. 

2. Kate Luella,' b. at Austin, Tex., resides with her 
mother in Orange City, Fla. 

f-9-1:. Laura A.,* second daughter of James, m. Mch. 
11, 1860, W. C. Bugbee at Calais, Vt., where they resided. 
Issue : 

1. Mary A., b. Apr. 4, ISGI. d. Dec. 25, 1863. 

2. Minnie G., b. May 17, 18G3. 

2. Miunie G.' m. Dec. 28, 1886, Fred J. R.obbins, and 
resides at l>arre, Vt. Issue : 

1. Clarence, b. Jul 24. 1888. 

t-9-6. Ella H.,« third daughter of James, m. :\Ich. 27, 
1838, Clarence E. Dwinell, Avho is a merchant at East Calais, 
their place of residence. No issue. 

|-10. Elon Oscar,' ninth son of Jabez Holmes, was a 
farmer at East Montpelier, Vt,, and d. at AVoleott, Vt., Mch. 
20, 1872. He m. 1st, in 1830, Fanny Burnham, and had 

issue : ^ 

1. Helen, b. May 10, 1832. 

2. Jane, b. Oct. 13, 1833. 

1. Heleu^ m. Jan. 13, 1852, D. Willard Dudley, and 
lives at ^Montpelier, Vt. Issue : 

1. F'anny Hammond, b. Feb. 21, 1854. 

2. Jaue* m. 1st, Jul. 1, 1853, Charles Austin Tabor, 
who d. Sep. 21, 1879, w. 47, and lived at East Montpelier, 
Vt. Issue : 

1. Diana Foster, b. Feb. 22, 1855. 

2. Helen Frances, b. 



160 HAMMOND GENEALOLY. 

Jane m. 2d, Oct. 14, 1890, Hon. Albert Dwinell, and lives 
at East Calais, Vt. No issue. 

Elon Oscar m. 2d, Jul. 4, 1847, Mrs. Parmelia Harrington, 
who d. Oct. 10, 1865. No issue. He m. 3d, Feb. 5, 1866, 
Wid. Hannah S. Randall, and had issue : 

3. Olie E. II., ? 1 r> i i om 

, ,,, ,. > b. Dec. 4, 18GG. , j ., , ,o-o 

4. Lion Oscar, ) d. .Jan. 14, 18 r2. 

The son died in childhood; and Olie' m. Apr. 2, 1889, 
Norton W. Jipson, M. D., of (Chicago, where she with her 
motlier now reside. Issue : Lucy Hannah, 1). Feb. 20, 1891. 

f-ll. DanieF Haiiimoiid, tenth son of Jabez Holmes, 
b. at AVest Windsor, Vt., Jul. 14, 1812, m. Apr. 17, 1834, 
Mary Sawin, Avho was b. Jan. 28, 1815, and d. Feb. 20, 1885. 
Daniel lived at West Windsor, where he d. Apr. 13, 1882. 
They had eiglit children, six now living, viz : 

1. IraMallory, b. Feb. 7, 1835. 

2. Stephen F., b. T'.Iay 14, 183G. 

3. Ulvsses Ilaller, b. Feb. 1<S, 1839. 

4. Jalez Holmes, b. Feb. 20, 1842. 

5. Sarah Lovina, b. Ai)r. 28, 1843. d. May 28, 1SG4, 
G. Mary Deli.olit, b. INIch. 10, 184G. d. Sep. IG, 1847. 

7. Elwin Klverton, b. Nov. 4, 1848. 

8. Ernest Mark, b. Ju\. 30, 1852. 

Of these children, 5. Sarah Loviiia,** by an early mar- 
riage, had Guy P., who afterwards took liis mother's maiden 
name, Hammond. 

1. Guy P.,' who is a farmer at Windsor, Vt., m. Sep. 
13, 1887, Hattie E. Spaulding. Issue: 
1. Edith Maude, b. Jan. 1, 1891. 

t-11-1. Ira 3Iallory' lives at Cornish, N. H., and is 

manaoino- a farm for the Hon. Wm. M. Evarts. He served 

nine months in Co. A, 12th Vt. Vols. He m. Sep. 1863, 
Ellen F. Kendall, and had issue : 

1. Abl)ie, b. Jiin. 2, 186G. 

2. Mary, 1). May — , 1875. 

f-11-2. Stephen F/ is a mechanie and carpenter and 
lives at Brownsville, Vt. He was 1st Sergeant of Co. A, 
12th Vt. Vols., and was promoted to 2d Lieutenant. He m. 
1st, Feb. 2, 1864, Helen Perkins, who was b. Dec. 24, 1839, 
and d. Oct. 1881. Issue: 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 161 

1. George C, b May 23, 18G5. 

2. Forest, b. Jan. 28, 1SG7. 

Steplien F. ni. 2d, May 11, 1885, Eliza M. Backus, but 
had no issue by the second wife. 

1. Georg-e C.^ is a brakcnian and lives at ^Vindsor, Vt. 
He ni. 8ep. 12, 1885, Jennie Hastings, and had issue : 

1. Helen Forest, b. Mch. 4, 1888. 

2. Forest,^ who is a shoemaker at Lebanon, X. H., ni. 
Jun. 9, 1888, Jennie A. Brooks. Issue : 

1. George Luman, b. Apr. 7, 1889. 

2. Susie Claribel, b. Sep. 27, 1890. 

t-ll-o. Ulysses H.** resides at Middlesex, Vt., and has 
had the contracts for sawing- the wood for the Vermont Central 
11. R. He served nine months in the army in the same com- 
pany as his brothers. He m. Mch. 19, 18G5, Lauraette Winn, 
and has one daughter living : 

1. xUldie Mary, 1). Nov. IG, 1866. 

f-11-4. Jabez Holmes^ resides in West Windsor and 
is a farmer and jobber. He served nine months in Co. A, 
12th Vt. Vols., being promoted from Corporal to Sergeant. 
He m. Aug. 24, 1865, Julia Ann Blanchard, who was b. Nov. 
3, 1846. Issue: 

1. Dwiolit, b. Apr. 1, 186 7. 

2. Charles C, b. Aug. 29, 18C9. 

3. Fred A., b. Aug. 2, 18 74. 

4. Addie M., b. Dee. 15, 1877. d. INIay 8, 1889. 

5. Luther J., b. Jun. 22, 1881. 

6. Duane I)., b. Jan. 19, 1886. 

7. iAIa.wvell H., b. Jul. 19, 1887. 

1. Dwiglit,' who lives at West Windsor, m. Apr. 3, 
1888, Lucy J. Spaulding of that town. Issue : 
1. Gladys, b. Aug. 19, 1890. 

t-11-7. Elwyn E/ lives at West Windsor on his father's 
place, and is a farmer. He m. Aug. 15, 1888, Mrs. Mary E. 
Hale. No issue. 

t-11-8. Ernest Mark^ resides at Turner's Falls, Mass., 
and is a machinist in a cotton mill. He m. 1st, Sep. 1875, 
Nellie Blood, who was b. May 1853, and d. Jul. 1879. Issue : 

1. Elmer Clinton, b. Oet. 2, 1876. 

2. Martha Lovina, b. Mch. 14, 1878. 

3. Nellie, b. May — , 1879. 

12 



1G2 HAMMOXD GEXEALOLY. 

Mark m. 2d, Sep. 24, 1883, Maiy Blood, sister of his first 
wife. They have one chikl : 

4. Clam Belle, b. Jul. 14, 1884. 

f-12. fJabez 2d,' eleventh son of Jabez Holmes, was a 
tinsmith and hardware dealer, and resided at Perkinsville, Vt., 
but died with his daughter at South Royalston, Vt. Pie m. 
May 2, 1841, Adaline Rogers of Claremont, X. H. Issue: 

1. Juliette, b. Sep. — , 1841. 

2. i:(lward 11., b. ]\Ich. 2, 1844. 

3. Charles W., b. Feb. II, 184G. d. Aug. IG, 1849. 

4. Millard F., b. Nov. — , 1848. 

Of these children, 1. pJuliette' m. in 18G6, Albert Sar- 
geant, and lives at South Royalton, Vt. Issue : Edward W. 

4. Millard F.,* the last known of him, was assistant 
postmaster at Xorthport, X. Y. He m. Jul. 19, 1874, Harriet 
E. Shepard, who was b. in Alstead, Cheshire Co., X. H., 
Meh. 22, 1848. Issue : 

1. Gertrude Mina, b. Apr. 4, 1875. 

Gertrude Mina," b. in Worcester, Mass., is employed in 
a store in Boston, Mass. 

•|--12-2. Edward W/ is a repairing and jobbing machin- 
ist at AVorcester, Mass. He ni. 1st, Jul. 30, 1865, Ellen L. 
Wellington, and had issue : 

1. Adeline Lucy, b. May 22, 186G. 

2. Charles Lewis, b. Feb. '21,1868. 

3. Alice Louise, b. Aug. 16, 18G9. 

4. Carrie, b. Apr. ~, 1872. d. 

5. Fraucenia W., b. May 8, 1873. d. Sep. 18, 1873. 
G. Edward E., b. Aug. 27, 1874. 

7. Harry, b. Jan. 13, 1877. 

EdAvard W. m. 2d, in 1879, Rosette L. Morse. Xo further 
issue. 

Of these children, Edward" and Harry" live with their 
father at Worcester. 

1. Adeline Lucy" m. Apr. 10, 1892, Walter A. Waite, 
and resides at East Xorthfield, Mass. 

2. Charles Lew^is," b. at Greenfield, Mass., is a lumber 
salesman, and resides at Holyoke, Mass. He m. Sep. 17, 
1890, Elora Ella, daughter of William B. and Mary Miles, 
and b. at Springfield, Mass., Apr. 2, 1860. Xo issue. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 163 

3. Alice Louise^ m. at Holyoke, Sep. 5, 1891, Martin 
Lemuel Sluifelt, who was b. at Montreal, Apr. 8, 1859. No 
issue. 



(8.)— JIKY HAMMOND OF WINDSOR, VT. 

f. Jiry** HaniiiioiKl, fifth son of Faunce,^ [Jahez,* 
John,^ Benjamin,' A\'illiani'], was b. at Dartmouth, Mass., 
Sep. 25, 1778, and d. at Windsor, Vt., Jun. 9, lS3-t. He 
moved to Reading, Vt., in Nov. 1787, and thence to Windsor, 
Vt., where he lived, and where his chief occupation was that 
of a foundryman. He m. Oct. 7, 1804, Huldah Morton, who 
was b. at Windsor, Feb. 12, 1777, and d. Mch. 20, 1857, at 



Jacksonville, 111. 


Issue 
















]. 


Lathrop, 


b. 


iVIav 


27, 


1805. 


(1. 


Aug. 


1, 


18G7. 


2. 


Di-usilla, 


b. 


Sep. 


22, 


180G. 


d. 


Sep. 


2 7, 


1807. 


3. 


Sally Carlton, 


1). 


Jun. 


20, 


1808. 


rl. 


Nov. 


6, 


1886. 


4. 


Sophronia, 


b. 


Feb. 


8, 


1810. 


d. 


Mar. 


31, 


1811. 


5. 


Joab, 


b. 


Aug. 


18, 


1811. 


d. 


Nov. 


27, 


1811. 


G. 


Jiry, Jr., 


b. 


Sep. 


IG, 


1813. 


d. 


Aug. 


— , 


1837. 


7. 
8. 


Sylvaiuis, ? 
Sylvester, ^ 


b. 


Aug. 


24, 


1815. 


d. 
d. 


Jun. 
Sep. 


2 

IG.' 


181C. 
1815. 


9. 


Aaron, 


b. 


Jun. 


30, 


1817. 


d. 


Dee. 


21, 


1888. 



Of these children, Drusilla, Sophronia, eloab, Sylvanus, and 
Sylvester d. young-; and Sally Carlton and Jiry Jr. d. single 
at Jacksonville, 111. 

f— 1. TjJitlirop,' or Lothrop, was a mechanic, and worked 
a great deal in stone masonry. He lived in Windsor Co., Vt., 
until 1850, when he emigrated to Jacksonville, 111. Here he 
lived three years, and in 1853 moved to Mercer Co., Mo. He 
then went back to Illinois, bought a lease at Oak Ridge, near 
Petersburg, and engaged in mining coal. His death occurred 
in a very tragic and unknown manner, his lifeless body having 
been found at the bottom of the coal shaft more than 150 ft. 
deep. He m. Oct. 18, 1840, Sarah Adams Craigue, who was 
b. Mch. 3, 1816, and d. Jan. 27, 1883. Issue : 

d. Apr. IG, 1883. 



1. 


Eliza, 


b. 


Aug. 


3, 


1841. 


2. 


Ellen, 


b. 


Jan. 


8, 


1843. 


3. 


Wellington, 


b. 


May 


8, 


1845. 


4. 


Emma, 


b. 


Jan. 


27, 


184 7. 


5. 


Aaron, 


b. 


Feb. 


9, 


1849. 


6. 


Elniina Esther, 


b. 


Apr. 


17, 


1851. 


7. 


William Jiry, 


b. 


Aug. 


2, 


1854. 



164 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Of Lathrop's children, 2. Ellen* was a teacher from 18 
years of age, and d. single at Jacksonville. 

f-1-1. Eliza/ was a teacher for 36 years, and is a *vriter 
and poetess, and resides at Harris, Sullivan Co., Mo. She m. 
Jul. 27, 1862, Walter H. Odneal, who is an attorney-at-law 
and member of Legislature. Issue: William Grant, S.Ellen, 
and Walter Sherman. 

2. S. Ellen' m. Apr. 17, 1887, F. M. Clobb, and was 
a teacher for 23 years, dying at the age of 41. 

|-l-4. Emma* was also a teacher and resides at Bland- 
insville, 111. She m. Nov. 1, 1874, William G. Short, who is 
a farmer. Issue : Louie, John, Charles, Joseph, and Elmina. 

■|--l-6. Elniina Esther* was a school-teacher, and resides 
at Oakland, Pottawattomie Co., Iowa. She m. Aug. 2, 1883, 
William H. Davis, a farmer. Issue : Floyd, Emma, and a 
son. 

f-1-3. Welllng'ton,* oldest son of Lothrop, served three 
years in the Union Army under Sherman, being a member of 
the 23d Missouri Keg't. He was formerly a farmer in Mercer 
Co., Mo., but in Feb. 1889 moved to Ilwaco, Pacific Co., 
Wash. He m. 1st, Sep. 14, 1873, Catherine Ann Hunter, 
and had issue : 

1. Susan Cora, b. Dec. 11, 1875. 

2. Sarah Daisy, b. Nov. 15, 1878. 

3. John Wellington. b. Ang. 20, 1881. 

4. :\Iissouri, b. Feb. 18, 1885. 

Wellington m. 2d, Oct. 18, 1885, Susan Gregory, and had 
further issue : 

5. Lelia. b. Ang. 21, 1886. 
G. Tenia, b. Oct. 19, 1887. 
7. William (ilen, b. Nov. 10, 1889. 

J--1-5. Aaron* is a farmer and stock dealer at Topsey, 
Mercer Co., Mo. He m. Feb. 4, 1877, Jemima Horn, and 
had issue : 



1. 


Ellen, 


b. Mch. 


9, 


IS 78. 




2. 


Elza. 


b. Oct. 


2G, 


1879. 




3. 


Carl, 


b. :^Iay 


3, 


1881. 


d. Sep. 25, 1882, 


4. 


Eli, 


b. Jan. 


28, 


1883. 




5. 


Wni. Jesse, 


b. Jul. 


19, 


1888. 


d. Jul. 21, 1888 


G. 


Elbert, 


b. Dec. 


23, 


1889. 




7. 


Elmer. 


b. Aug. 


31, 


1891. 





DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 165 

f-l-T. William Jiry* is a rancher and stock raiser, and 
resides at Challis, Custer Co., Idaho. He m. Feb. 2, 1882, 
Jane Horn, and had issue : 



1. 


John Ladirop, 


1). 


Nov. 


11, 


1882. 


2. 


Frank Edijar, 


b. 


Nov. 


13, 


1884. 


3. 


Georrje Berlie, 


h. 


Mch. 


17, 


1888. 


4. 


Catherine Vuelta, 


b. 


Jul. 


13, 


1889. 



f-9. Aaron,' sixth son of Jiry, and b. at Windsor, Yt., 
was a foundryinan and h)cater of minerals, and resided the 
most of his life at Jacksonville, 111. He m. 1st, Aug. 2, 
1843, Laura Russell, who was b. at Readino;, Vt., Aug. 24, 
1813, and d. at Jacksonville, Mch. 24, 1855. Issue : 

1. Sarah Huldah, b. Jul. 4,1846. d. Aug. 11,1847. 

2. Homer Alonzo, } , , ,, -.oAn i \ o- io>n 
„ ^ • T-'ii r b. Jun. 8, 1849. d. Aug. 2i, 1849. 

3. Georgia Llla, \ ' o » 

Aaron m. 2d, Mch. 15, 1856, Lucy Minerva Headle, who 
w^as b. at Plymouth, Yt., Aug. 15, 1827. Issue: 

4. Ilattie Elvira, b. Sep. 29, 1857. d. Aug. 17, 1888. 

5. Son, b. Sep. 27, 1859. d. Oct. 7. 1859. 

6. Henry Joseph, b. Apr. 19, 1861. 

7. Geo. Clarence, b. Feb. 24, 1863. 

8. Laura M., b. Aug. 27, 1865. 

9. Eva S. E., 1). Oct. 9, 1867. 

Of these children, Georj^e Clarence* is a blacksmith, 
and resides at Jacksonville ; and Laura^ and Eva* are 
teachers at Jacksonville. 

•j-_9_4. Hattie Elvira* m. Apr. 26, 1887, George M. 
Savage, an attorney, and lived and d. at Olynipia, Wash. No 
issue. 

f-9-6. Henry Joseph* was recently Assistant Secretary 
of the Y. M. C. A., and resides at Jacksonville. He m. Dec. 
6, 1888, Amanda Moore, but has no living issue. 



(9.)— LUTHER HAMMOND OF CORNISH, N. H. 

f. Luther* Hammond, sixth son of Faunce," [Jabez," 
John,^ Benjamin,^ William'], was b. in Dartmouth, jNIass., 
May 5, 1781, and d. at Cornish, N. H., Feb. 27, 1871, a^. 90. 
He moved from Dartmouth to Cornish previous to his marriage 
in 1809, as all his children were born in the latter place. He 



16G HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

m. Sep. 6, 1809, Abigail Hall of C^ornisli, who was b. Feb. 
24, 1788, and d. Apr. 26, 1874, x. H6. Issue : 

1. Luthor, Jr., b. Jun. 17,1811. 

2. ]Marcia, b. Jan. 0, 1813. d. Jan. 22, 1836. 

3. Adin Hall, b. Sep. 20, 1814. d. May 26, 1874. 

Of these children, Marcia d. single at Cornish. 

1—1. TjUtliei* »Jr/ is a farmer, and lives at Amsden, Vt. 
He ni. 1st, Dec. 17, 1838, Amanda H. Currier, who d. Oct. 
13, 184.S. Issue : 

1. Marcia, b. Sep. 7, 1839. 

Luther m. 2d, Sep. 25, 1849, Sophia Smith, who d. Jul. 25, 
1851. No issue. 

He m. 3d, Sep. 2o, 1851, Mary M. Farwell. Issue : 

2. Adin Luther, b. Dec. 24, 1858. d. Aug. 29, 1862. 

3. Mary Maria, b. Dec. 16, 18C0. d. Aug. 28, 1862. 

1. 3Iarcia^ m. Jan. 1, 186 1, Jarvis AValker of Langdon, 
N. H., and now resides at Alstead, X. H. Issue: Mary 
Abbie and Delia Caroline. Delia Caroline d. Sep. 13, 1889. 

■|--3. Adin Hall,' second son of Luther, was a graduate 
of the Eclectic Med. College at Cincinnati, O,, and a noted 
specialist in midwifery and in thoracic diseases. He practised 
medicine for many years in Oneida Co., N. Y., and while a 
resident of Stowe, Vt., had a large and successful practice. 
He had a fine physique, a kind heart, and was much esteemed 
both by patients and by the profession. He died and was 
buried at Stowe in May 1874. He m. in 1840 Betsey Ann 
Randall of Woodstock, Vt., who was b. May 15, 1814, and d. 
Oct. 2, 1891, at Saratoga, X. Y. Mrs. Hammond studied 
medicine with her husbanil, and was for many years a prosper- 
ous and successful nurse. Issue : 



1. 


Tlionias Ogilvie, 


b. 


in 


1841. 


d. young. 


2. 


llallerD., 


b. 






d. young. 


3. 


Jo.';e])li Volney, 


b. 


Feb. 


8, 1855. 




4. 


Elizabeth jNIarie, 


b. 


Feb. 


12, 1858. 





Of these children, Thomas^ and Haller^ d. young; 
and Josepli*^ left home at the age of 21, and nothing further 
is known of liim. 

4. Elizabeth Marie, * only daughter of Dr. Adin Ham- 
mond, and b. in Oneida Co., X. Y., was educated at the State 
Xormal School at Brockport, X. Y., and at the Academy at 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHiN" HAMMOND. 1G7 

Waterlnirv, Vt. She graduated from the Boston Cooking 
School in 'Si), and for two years was Principal of the second 
incorporated Cooking School in America. Her health recpiiring 
a dry atmosphere, she moved to Colorado and now resides at 
Denver in that State, still pursuing her chosen vocation. She 
has never married. 



(10.) —THOMAS FAUNCE HAMMOXD OF EEADING 
AND WEST WINDSOR, VT. 

f. Thomas Faiinee/* youngest son of Faunce* [Jabez,'' 
John,' Benjamin,' AA'illiam'], was b. in Dartmouth, Mass,, 
and went with his father to Beading, Vt., in 1787, Avhere he 
was a Justice of the Peace and Judge of Probate. He lived 
in Beading until 1836, when he removed to Avhat is now West 
Windsor, Vt. In the Spring of 1864 he removed to Chester, 
Vt., where he d. Dec. 24, 1865, as. 82. He m. 1st, Jan. 25, 
1808, Betsey Bisliop, wlio was b. Jan. 2'), 1788, and d. 
Apr. 9, 1844. Their children, all born in Beading, Avere : 



1. 


Achilles Volncy, 




A]>r. 


12. 


1809. 




Dec. 


6, 


1845, 


2. 


Homer Ilauiilton, 




IMeh. 


16, 


1811. 




Dec. 


12. 


1872. 


3. 


Alexander Hanson, 




Nov. 


3, 


1812. 




Oct. 


(i. 


18G6, 


4. 


Ulvsses Ilaller, 




Nov. 


2r\ 


1814. 




Dec. 


21, 


1890, 


5. 


Elizabeth, 




Feb. 


12, 


1817. 




Sep. 


13. 


18G9, 


6. 


Lyeiirgus Claxton, 




Mi.y 


10, 


1819. 




Feb. 


18. 


1890, 


7. 


M'ary. 




A"-. 


IG, 


1821. 




Jnn. 


23, 


1845, 


8. 


Levi Carver, 




Mch. 


17, 


1824. 




May 


13, 


1872, 


9. 


Henry Clay, 


b." 


Apr. 


15. 


1828. 


d." 


:\Iay 


)>G, 


1859, 



Thomas Faunce m. 2d, Jul. 1, 1845, Betsey Sargeant, who 
d. Jun. -IS, 1848. He m. ;5d, Nov. 22, 1848, Anna Henry, 
with whom he lived until liis death. No issue by second and 
thii'd wiACs. 

Of these children, Mary' d. single, at the age of 24, at 
West Windsor ; and Henry Clay' went to California in 
1854, where he d. INIay 20, 1859, n43ver having married. 

f-l. Achilles Voliiey' engaged in early life in mercan- 
tile pursuits, and was for a time located in Chester, Vt., and 
later in New York City. In 1845 he went to Savannah, Ga., 
with a cargo of merchandise, and was stricken with the yellow 
fever and died within a few days. He m. Jun. 4, 1833, ^Nlarv 
Elizabeth Pomeroy, who was b. Dec. 8, 1816. Issue: 

* See end of Part III. for obligation to parents. 



b. 


Mch. 


24, 


1834. 


d. 


Aug. 


13, 


1834. 


b. 


Oct. 


10. 


183.^}. 


(1 


Jan. 


24, 


1837. 


b. 


Feb. 


11, 


1838. 


(1. 


Nov. 


1, 


1841. 


b. 


Oct. 


31, 


1840. 


d. 


Dec. 


8, 


1840. 


b. 


Oct. 


31, 


1842. 











168 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. George Pomeroy, 

2. Bishop Pomeroy, 

3. Mary Elizalietli, 

4. "Wilfiam Haller, 

5. Henry Clay, 

t-l-;'). Henry Clay,* son of Achilles Volney, enlisted 
at Broekport, Apr. 2G, 1861, as private, Co. K, 13th X. Y. 
Vol. Inf. for two years, and was discharged as Sergeant, May 3, 
1863. He was engaged in eleven battles: 1st Bull linn, 
Yorktown, Williamsburg, Hanover Court House, Mechanics- 
ville, Gaine's Mill, Savage Station, Malvern Hill, 2d Bull Run, 
Antietam, and Fredericksburo-. He re-enlisted Feb. 24, 1864, 
as Q. M. Serg't, in Co. C, 22d N. Y. Vol. C^alvary, at Brock- 
port, for three years. Under this enlistment he w^as engaged 
in the following battles : Wilderness, AYhite Oak Swamp, 
Seven Days Eaid [Wilson's], and Stony Creek. At the latter 
place he was taken prisoner of war, on the 28th of June 1864, 
and confined in Salisbury, N. C^, Andersonville, Ga., and 
Florence, S. C, prisons for eight months, exchanged at Wil- 
mington, N. C. , Feb. 28, 1865, and re-joined the army at 
Winchester, Va., in May 1865. He was discharged from the 
service at Winchester in August, 1865, by reason of general 
orders mustering out prisoners of war. Henry C. resides at 
Brockport, Monroe Co., N. Y. He m. May 3, 1870, Helen 
A. Richards, and had issue : 

1. jNIary Lucv, b. Jun. 21,1871. 

2. Henry Clay, Jr., b. May 19. 1887. 

f-2. Homer Hamilton,' second son of Thomas Faunce, 
lived in Reading, Vt., with the exception of a few years spent 
in Massachusetts, while learning the carriage-maker's trade. 
He manufA-ctured carriages and sleighs in his native town for a 
number of years, and later worked as carpenter and builder. 
He was a Justice of the Peace for a number of years, and was 
serving his tenth year as Town Clerk at the time of his death. 
He m, Sep. 22, 1844, Nancy Maria Goddard, who Avas b. 
Apr. 27, 1817, and d. Jan. 28, 1846. They had one daugh- 
ter : 

1. Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 23, 1846. d. May 2, 18G5, single. 

He m. 2d, Jan. 25, 1848, Eliza Goddard, a sister of his 
former Avife, Avho Avas b. Nov. 4, 180(S, and d. Dec. 3, 1886. 
They had two children : 

2. Volnev Homer, b. Jul. 17. 1849. 

3. Jane Amelia, b. Nov. 11, 1852. d. Aug. 18, 1863. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 169 

' •J--2-2. Voliiey Hoiiier^ resides at AVindsor, Yt,, and is 
a lawyer. He m. Nov. 2, 1886, Mrs. Sarah D. Waite. No 
issue. 

•|--3. Alexander H./ third son of Thomas Fannce, was 
a bachelor and lived in many different places. He was living 
at Reading-, Vt., at the time of his death, but died at Weath- 
ersfield, Vt. 

•j-_4. Ulysses Haller,' l)achelor, was a teacher of pen- 
manship, &c., and was at one time engaged in some of the 
departments at Wasliington, as clerk. He went to California 
in 1854, where he d. in Dec. of 1890. He served his country 
in the War of '61-'65. 

f-5. Elizabeth/ oldest daughter of Thomas Faunce, 
resided at Dodge's Corners, Waukesha Co., Wis., where she 
died. She m. Sep. 9, 1841, Koyal L. Bayley, and had six 
children: James Austin, IlaHcr Hanunond, James Luther, 
Thomas Faunce, Mary Elizabeth, and John Dodge. 

f-6. Lycurgus C engaged in early life in the foundry 
business and in the manufacture of iron. He lived in West 
Windsor, and AVindsor, Vt., until 1852-3, when he went to 
California, where he has since remained. He m. Jan. 22, 
1850, Arvilla Draper, who d. May 15, 1851. Ko issue. 

f-8. Lievi Carver,' sixth son of Thomas Fannce, was a 
farmer, and settled at Lone l^ock, Richland Co., Wis. He m. 
Oct. 5, 1845, Susan M. Lanphier, who was b. Mch. '1"^, 1823. 
Issue : 

1. Ida Ann, b. Sep. 1-2, 1846. 

2. Rasselas Alstine, h. -Tnl. 20, 1848. 

3. Flortnce Ilosina, 1). Sep. 7, 1852. 

4. Levi Carver, Jr., b. Apr. 28,1857. 

1. Ida Ann® m. Jan. 1, 1866, Robert Clement, a farmer, 
and resides in Richland (Jentre, Wis. Issue : 

1. Dora, b. Oet. 14, 18GG. d. Sep. 23, 18G7. 

2. Scott, b. Jan. 23. 1869. 

2. Rasselas Alstine,® who is a farmer at Scxtonville,. 
m. Sep. 13, 1868, Ida Cleveland. Issue : 

1. Frank J., b. Mch. 31, 1870. 

2. Elmer E., b. Anir. 10, 1871. 

3. Charles, b. Nov. 29, 1873. d. Sep. 28, 1875. 

4. Carl S., b. Dec. 18, 1875. 



170 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

5. Lillie F.. b. Sep. 22, 187G. 

0. Susie, b. Meh. 27, 1879. 

7. Benjamin II , b. Dec. 19,1888. 

3. Florence Rosiiiti' m. Apr. 20, 1874, Philip Rolfe, 
a farmer, and resides at Viola, Wis. Issue : 

1. Leota Irene, b. Feb. 24, 1875. 

4. Levi C. Jr.' m. Aug. 2S, 1879, Hattie L. Andrews, 
and is a farmer at Lone Roek, Wis. Issue : 

1. DoraM.. b. Oct. 10. 1881. 

2. (ilenn AV., b. Sep. 8, 1884. 

3. Jennie, b. Dec. 1, 1886. 



9.— JABEZ HAMMOND 2d, OF WOODSTOCK, VT. 

f. Jabez^ Hamiiiond 2(1, second son of Jabez%[ John, ^ 
Benjamin," William'], was b. at Rochester, Mass., Jun. 16, 
1741, and d. at South Woodstock, Vt., May 2, 1807. He 
lived first at Rochester, j\Iass., nfterwards at Xew Bedford, and 
moved to Woodstock about 177.3— (SO, where he bought a farm 
of 50 acres of Thomas Cottle. He m. Dec. 19, 1764, Pris- 
cilla Delano, who d. Mch. 11, 1810, and was a descendant of 
a celel)rated French Huguenot family, De La Nois. Issue : 



]. 


Pliilip. 


b. 


Jul. 


19, 


1765. 


d. 


Jul. 


2, 1854. 


2. 


i^rary. 


b 


about 




1768. 


d. 






3. 


Rboda, 


b. 


Apr. 


27, 


1771. 


d. 


Aug. 


27, 1849. 


4. 


Rebecca, 


b. 


Mch. 


7, 


1772. 


d. 


Sep. 


28, 1855. 


5. 


Abiiiail, 


b. 


in 




1774. 


d. 


in 


1825. 


6. 


Jabez D. , 


b. 


Aug. 


2, 


1778. 


d. 


Aug. 


18, 1855. 


7. 


Priscilla, 


b. 


in 




1782. 


d. 


j\Iav 


6, 1819. 


8. 


fieorire C, 


b. 


Jul. 


16, 


1783. 


d. 


Oct. 


16, 1849. 


9. 


Thankful. 


h. 


about 




1785. 


d. 


in 


infancy. 



In addition to the above there was probably a son Caleb," 
b. in 1776, and d. in 1795, single. 

Of these cliildren, Abig'aiF never married, and lived with 
her sister Priscilla at Barnard, Vt. 

f-l. Philip,*' oldest son of Jabez 2d, was a former, and 
at the age of 30 moved to Bridgewater, Vt., where he lived 
and died. He m. 1st, Dec. 2, 1792, Lydia Green, who was 
b. Sep. 1, 1770, andd. Jan. 29, 1825. "issue: 

1. Caleb, b. May 19, 1794. d. Apr. 16, 1821. 

2. Lucia A., b. Apr. 3, 1796. d. 

3. Kuhv, b. Jun. 4,1798. d. Mch. 13,1832. 

4. Lvdui. b. Jul. 14. 1802. d. Mch. 24, 1812. 

5. Jabez M., b. May 21. 1805. d. Apr. 3, 1841. 




IiK\'. Pmr.ii' Dk.laxo Hammond. 



DESCEXDAXTS OF JOHN HA^mOXl), 171 

Philip m. 2(1, Jan. 80, 182(>, :\Inrv [Knapp] Potter of 

Onondaga, X. Y., who was b. Jan. 14, ITil-t, and d. Jul. 2, 
1854. Issue : 



G. 


Philip Delano, 


b. 


Jan. 


1, 


1827. 


(1. 


Dec. 


24, 


1884. 


7. 


L\dia (irt'L'ii, 


b. 


Jiin. 


24. 


1828. 


<]. 


Sep. 


28, 


1829. 


s. 


Chnrlos G., 


1). 


Jan. 


20, 


1831. 


d. 


Au-. 


5, 


1831. 


9. 


Calvin F., 


b. 


Dl'c. 


5, 


1832. 


d. 


Jul. 


31. 


1833. 


10. 


^lary M., 


b. 


Feb 


18, 


183.5. 










11. 


A mas a K., 


b. 


Jul. 


12, 


1836. 


d. 


Aug. 


13, 


1841. 



Of these children, the two Lydias, Charles, Calvin, and 
Amasa d. young- ; Ijucia A.' m. Joel Tucker of Barnard, 
Vt., and had two childicu : Lucia Ann and Jane Ann, who 
d. in infancy ; Ruby' ni. Abiel Tripp, and d. without issue ; 
and Jabez M.' ni. Mariette Hancock of jNIichigan, and also 
d. without issue. Lucia A. is said to have d. in Michigan. 

■(•-1-1. Caleb, ^ oldest son of Philip, was one of the pioneer 
physicians of Eochester, N. Y., a very cultivated man, and 
very active in educational matters. He m. Sep. 1<S20 Jane 
Ann Stillson of Kochester, X. Y., who d. Xov. 14, ISO',), 
Issue : 

1. Caleb Holton. b. Aug. 14, 1821. d. Apr. 22, 1SS3. 

■J--1-1-1. Caleb lloltoii,'* born and educated in Koches- 
ter, X. Y., graduated from the (xeneva jVIedical College in 
1S45, bcino- a student with Dr. Frank H. Hamilton of Xew 
York City, and also his surgical assistant in college for two 
years. In 1846 he commenced pi-actice in West Henrietta, 
Monroe Co., X"^. Y., moved in the Spring of 1<S.")4 to East 
Eush, and in 1877 he removed to Ionia, Mich., where he d. 
Apr. 22, 1883, of disease of the heart. 

He m. 1st, Oct. 10, 1848, Susan Cutler of Lima, Living- 
ston Co., X. Y., who d. Sep. 4, 1865. Issue: 

1. Joanna Dean. b. Meh. 16, 18.51. d. Jan. 21, 1862. 

2. Eliz. Fairbanks, b. Sep. 11, 1853. 

3. Susan Cutler, b. Sep. 3, 18,55. 

4. Alice, b. Nov. 16, 1857. 

5. Jabez Dean, b Jul. 29, 1860. 

6. Caleb Stillson, 1). Nov. 27, 1862. 

Caleb Holton m, 2d, Oct. 1866, Mrs. Louisa Green, who 
d. Dec. 23, 1867. He m. 3d, Aug. 9, 1871, Mrs. Ann E. 
• Bunnell of East Rush. Xo issue by the second and third mar- 
riages. 

Of Dr. Hammond's children, 2. Elizabeth F.^ m. Jun. 



172 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

21, 1883, John H. Bird, M. D., of Rochester, N. Y., and 
now resides in New York City. Dr. Bird is a graduate of the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, and represents 
the Eastern branch of the house of Park, Davis & Co. No 
issue. 

3. Susan Cutler' m. Aug. 7, 1883, Frank L. Stillson, 
and resides at C'raig, Neb. Issue : 

1. Harriet Alice, b. May 7, 1884. 

2. Frank Benj., b. Feb. 13, 1887. 

3. (h-acie Eliz., b. Mcli. 13, 1891. 

4. Alice" m. Jan. 25, 1882, Frank H. Harter, and resides 
at Ionia, ]\Iich. No issue. 

5. Jabez Dean" graduated from the Rush Medical Col- 
lege, Chicago, in Feb. 1884 ; has never married, and is prac- 
tising medicine in Chicago. 

6. Caleb Stillson' resides in East Orange, N. J., and 
is the Eastern Manager of the publishing house of Rand, 
McXally & Co. of Chicago. He m. Jun. 7, 1886, Grace 
Simms of Lincoln, 111., and had issue: 

1. Calel) Dean, b. :\rch. 25, 1887. 

2. Helen, b. Sep. 22, 1889. 

f-l-G. Philip Delano,' third son of Philip, was b. at 
Bridgewatcr, Vt., May 18, 1794, and d. at Minneapolis, Minn., 
Dec. 24, 1884. He was a teacher of more than ordinary 
merit, beginning the work at IG, and continuing it until the 
age of 35. He graduated from AVesleyan University, jNliddle- 
town. Conn., in the Fall '50, and in the Spring of '57 became 
Pi-incipal of the Seminary at Danville, 111. Soon after leaving 
college, he was ordained a minister of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, and in 'Gl was elected Chaplain of the 35th Rcg't 111. 
Vols., and was a pensioner for the last ten years of his life. 
He now connected himself with journalisni, Avas a fine editorial 
writer, and was constantly on the staff of some of our best 
ncAvspipers. He was a ready and pleasing writer, and a good 
speaker from either pulpit or platform. He removed to Harris- 
burg, Dik., in the Spring of '85. He m. Nov. 23, 1854, 
Pauline C Whitman, and had issue : 

1. William Bowen, b. Aii^. 28, 1^5'). 

2. Linnie Pauline, b. Jiin. 21, 18,57. 

3. VenoraE., b. May 14, 18G0. 

4. Stella. b. Dee. 24, 1861. 

5. Dean Whitman, 1). ]\lay 18, 1866. 




Pauline Hammond C'lahk. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND, 173 

Of these children, 5. Dean Whitman* resides with his 
mother at Lakota, Nortli Dak. 

■}-_l_G_l, William Bowen® is a printer, and lives at 
Minneapolis. He m. May 31, 1878, Maggie L. Higgins of 
Zionville, Ind., who was b. Nov, 15, 185G. Issue: 

1. Arthur Delano, b. iMdi. 4, 1879. d. Jan. 29, 1879. 

2. Bertha Kate, b. Sep. 27,1880. 

3. Albert Carlos, b. Oct. — , 1882. 

4. Alfred Percy, b. Jul. 4,1884. 

5. Jessie, b. Jun. 30, 18S9. 

2. Pauline* who is a fine contralto singer, was ]VIanager 
of the Telephone Exchange at Roxbury for 13 years. She m. 
Apr, 11, 1893, William Tilden Clark of the Peason Cordage 
Co., and resides at Koxbury, Mass. 

3. Venora E.* m. May 23, 1883, Charles F. Robbins, 
an attorney, and resides at Indianapolis, Ind. Issue : 

1. Charles F., Jr., b. Jul. G, 1886. 

4. Stella* m. Jun. 4, 1884, Franz Untersce, an architect, 
and resides at Brookline, Mass. Issue : Franz Joseph, (\n*l 
Roland, Ernie, and Marie. 

f-1-10. Mary M.,' ycmngest daughter of Philip, tiuight 
in the public schools from the age of 1(5 until she entered Dan- 
ville Seminary, as a teacher, with her brother Philip, where 
she taught a full 20 years. She afterwards taught in Hedding 
College, Abingdon, 111. ; Female College, Jacksonville, 111, ; 
and Baker University, Baldwin, Kan. She also taught draw- 
ing and painting, and gave some years to painting portraits in 
India ink and crayon. For some years she has been connected 
with the Women's Foreign Missions, and other charitable insti- 
tutions of Kansas, iier residence being at Baldwin. 

•(•-2. Mary/ oldest daughter of Jabez 2d, lived at A\'ood- 
stock, Vt., and was twice married. She m, 1st, Ebed M. 
Burke, and had two sons : Albert and Ebed M. Jr. Albert^ 
lived at Lodi, N. Y., and died while a member of the New 
York senate. He is said to have married, and to have left a 
daughter Nellie. Mary m. 2d, Noah Wiuslow, but had no 
other issue. After her second marriage, she moved to the 
State of New York, w^here she afterw^ards died, 

f-3. Rlioda," second daughter of Jabez 2d, m. Dec. 31, 



174 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1801, Xiitlianicl Dean of Barnard, Vt., who was b. Apr. 11, 
17G1, and d. Feb. 11, 1851. They resided at Albany, N. Y., 
and had issue: Amos, Mary, Minerva, Priscilla D., and 
Natlianiel W. 

Of Khoda's children, Mary,' Minerv^a,' and Priscilla' 
all d. single at Albany. 

5. Xathaiiicl W.' m. Mary B. Dean, and d. at Glen- 
wood, Iowa, in 1879. Issue : Maria, Albert, Amos, and 
A\ illiam G. 

1. Amos Dean,' b. Jan. IG, 1803, became an eminent 
lawyer, and was afterwards elected President of the Albany 
Law School. He was celebrated for his irreat abilities as a 
jurist, and was the author of several volumes on legal subjects. 
He m. Eliza J. Davis, and had issue : Amos Hammond, b. 
Jun. 16, 1845, Frederick Augustine, Josephine Davis, and 
Joanna Armsby. Of these children, Aiiios Haiiiiiioiitl,'* 
who is a clergyman at ^Monmouth, 111,, m. Jun. 1<S70 Sarah 
J. Treadwell. Issue : Ellen Edwards, Fred Porter, Edna, 
Mary, Alice, and Ethel. Frederic Aug'ustine" resides 
single at Albany. Josephine* m. Theodore D. Palmer, 
resides at Newark, N. J., and has two children: Josephine 
Eudora and Amos Dean. Joanna" m. Fred M. Cameron, 
and resides at Albany. Xo issue. 

t-4. Rebecca,® third daughter of Jabez 2d, m. in 1800 
Samuel Laird, who was b. in 1770, and d. in 1<S88. She lived 
at Warren, Vt. until after the l)irth of her children, and in 
1820 the family all moved to North Madison, Ind., where 
Mrs. Laird and her husband lived, and afterwards died. After 
removing to Indiana, Mr. Laird engaged in farming, Avhile his 
wife became a teacher of the classics. Mrs. Laird was an 
intelligent and educated woman for her time, and was quite a 
poetess. She wrote a number of volumes of poems, several 
of which were published. Issue : Julia, Samuel, Horatio 
Nelson, and Charles K., all dead except the last. 

Of these children, Julia' m. a James Hammond, lineage 
not known, and had issue : John, Jabez, Maria, and James Jr. 

2. Samuel' was a merchant and steamboat owner at 
Natchez, Miss. He m. Margaret S. Bright, sister of J. D. 
Bright, late U. S. senator. Issue : Juliet, Louisiana, and 
Maro-aret Antoinette. 



DESCEXDAXTS OF JOHX HAMMOXU. 175 

3. Horatio Xelson^ was a farmer in Kansas, and d. 
in 18<S(3. He m. 1st, Hannah Stonenietz, and had issue : 
Jidia Walton, and Mary who d. young. He ni. 2d, Eliza A. 
Waldsniith. No other issue. 

4. Charles K./ was engaged in mercantile pursuits for 
35 years, during which he travelled through many parts of the 
United States. He is now a retired merchant, living at Xortli 
Madison, Ind., enjoying the fruits of his labors, having been 
a very successful business man. He m, 1st, fJaue Dinwiddie, 
and had issue : jMargaret, Caroline, and Josr})hiue. He ni. 
2d, Sarah Zenor, and had further issue : Brooke, Flora Khea, 
Mariamine, and Graham Bright. 

t-6. Jabez Delano,* second sou of Jabez 2d, author 
and statesman, was b. in New Bedford, Mass., Ang. 2, 1778, 
and d. in Cherry Valley, N. Y., Aug. 18, 1855. With a 
limited education he taught school at 15, was admitted to the 
bar in 1805, and settled in Cherry Valley, N. Y. He was 
elected to Congress as a Democrat, serving from Dec. 4, 1815, 
till Mch. 3, 1817 ; was State senator from 1817 to 1821 ; and 
in 1822 removed to Albany, where he practised his profession 
until 1830. From 1825 till 1<S2() he served as a commissioner 
to settle the claims of New York against the Federal govern- 
ment ; and was at one time a member of the Council of 
Appointment, consisting of three members, who had the distri- 
bution of the State patronage. In 1831 he visited Europe for 
his health, and on his return again settled in Cherry Valley. 
In 183<S he was chosen County Judge, and from 1845 until his 
death was one of the llegents of the University of New York. 
He received the Degree of LL.D. fi'om Hamilton College in 
1845. Failing health compelled him to retire from public life, 
and he then devoted his time to writinii: various works, amono" 
which are "The Political History of New York," in three 
volumes ; " Life and Opinions of flohn Melbourn " ; " Life of 
Silas Wright " ; and " Evidence, Independent of Written Revela- 
tion, of the Immortality of the Soul." He was of a kind and 
sympathetic nature, and, remembering his own struggles in early 
life, gave kindly assistance and advice to many young men just 
beginning life's battles,* 

He m. 1st, probably about 1810, ]\Iiranda Stoddard of 
Woodstock, Vt., who d. in 1832. Issue: 

* TaliCn mainly Iroin Apijlctou's " Cyclopedia of American biography," by per- 
mission. 



17G HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. IMaria B., b. Oct. 31, 1811. d. Oct. 19, 1818. 

2. Wells Stoddard. h. Dec. 15, 1.S14. d. Jan. 28, 1849. 

3. Jabez, b. about 181G. d. at the age of 10. 

These children were all born at Cherry Valley, and all died 
single, Maria and Jabez when youno;. 

2. Wells S.,' a very able man, was, at the time of his 
death, a lawyer of considerable note at Cherry Valley, N. Y. 

Judge Hammond m. 2d, in 1834-5, Laura Williams of 
Woodstock, Vt., who d. Jul. 9, 185o, without issue. 

t-7. Priscilla/ fifth daughter of Jabez 2d, m. John S. 
Bicknell, and lived and d. at Barnard, Vt. Mr. Bicknell, who 
was a captain in the regidar army in the War of 1812, was a 
farmer at Barnard, and a man of note in his day. Issue : 
Fannie, Abigail, John Starks Jr., and Jabez H. 

Of Priscilla's children, Fannie' d. single at the age of 20 ; 
Abigail' m. Orrin Gambell, and had a daughter Fannie and 
a son Orrin Jr. who is a lawyer at Albany, N. Y. Abigail 
and her husband died some years ago. 

John Starks Jr./ who was b. in 1814, and d. in 1864, 
was a farmer at Barnard. He m. Helen [Dyer] Bicknell, his 
brother's widow, and had : Abbie Elizabeth, Frank Dean, and 
Olin Dyer. Frank d. at the age of 20; Abbie m. J. Wylie 
and lives in California ; and Olin is a lawyer at Morrisville, Vt. 

Jabez H.' who was b. in 1816, and d. in 1846, was a 
physician of some eminence, and practised medicine in Brid- 
port, Vt. He m. Helen L. Dyer, and had : Stark John and 
Hammond Jal)cz. Hannnond d, at the age of 5 years ; and 
Stark lives at Johnson, Vt. 

t-8. George C/ third son of Jabez 2d, who Avas a school- 
master and farmer, lived some oO years in Pomfret, Vt., where 
all his children were born. He afterwards moved to Barnard, 
Vt., where he d. Oct. 16, 1849. He m. in 1806 Lucy Payne, 
who was b. in 1773, and d. in 1850. Issue : 

1. Almii-a, b. Jid. 20, 1808. d. Jul. 29, 1883. 

2. Miranda, b. Jul. 25, 1811. 

3. George C. 2d. b. JMoli. IG, 181G. 

Of these children, Alniira' m. in 1856 William Sterling, 
and lived at Woodstock, Vt. No issue. 




Judge Jabez Delano Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAIMMOND. 177 

2. Miranda^ m. in 1833 A. Nelson Williamson, and 
lives at Hartland, Vt. Issue: Alonzo N., Myra, Burkley, 
Addie, Albert, and Clarence. 

Alonzo N., a physician, lives at New London, Conn., and 
makes a speciality of epilepsy and allied diseases. He was 
formerly Assistant to the chair of Theory and Practice of jNIedi- 
cine in the Medical Dept. of the University of New York. 

f-8-3. George C. 2(V bono-ht and now lives on the 
farm formerly oAvned by Capt. Bicknell, his aunt Priscilla's 
husband. He Avas formerly a school-master and farmer, and 
more leeently a newspaper correspondent at Barnard. He m. 
Sept. 15, 1851, Mary A. Swift, who was b. in 1820 and d. in 
1883, and a granddaughter of Rose Hammond. Eose Ham- 
mond, who was probably a daughter of Nathan 3d, m. Peleg 
Briggs at Rochester, Mass., and had a daughter Fiorina. Peleg 
Briggs afterwards moved from Rochester to Woodstock, Vt., 
where Fiorina m. Dr. Thomas Swift, and had Mary A. Issue : 



1. 


Lucy F., 




b 


Oct. 


29, 


1852. 






2. 


Carrie S., 




b. 


Sep. 


16, 


1854. 


d. Oct. 


17, 1870. 


3. 


Emma A., 




b. 


Oct. 


27, 


1857. 


d. Jun. 


22, 1864. 


4. 


(ieoriie C. 


3d, 


b. 


Mch. 


1'"*, 


18G0. 






5. 


Bertha B. 


) 


b. 


Oct. 


25, 


1^63. 







Of the above children, Carrie and Emma d. young ; and 
Lucy, George C. 3d, and Bertha are all single, and all reside 
at Barnard, with their father. George C. 3d^ manages the 
farm. 



11.— CALVIN HAMMOND OF CHATHAM, MASS. 

f. Calvin Hammond* of Dartmouth, fourth son of 
Jabez^ [John,^ Benjamin," AVilliam'], settled in Chatham, 
Mass. He m. Dec. 15, 1765, Patience Young of Chatham, 
and had issue : 

1. John, b. Mch. 15, 1766. d. Aug. 8, 1839. 

2. Mary, b. d. 

3. Stephen, b. d. 

t-2. Mary* m. Jun. 20, 1790, Samuel Young of Chat- 
ham, and had : Patience, Ebenezer, Samuel, and Molly. 
3. Stephen," who was a sailor, probably died at sea, unmar- 
ried. 

13 



178 HAMMOND GEXEALOGY. 

f-1. John,® (luring the War of 1812-14, was taken from 
a fishing vessel off Cliatham, and forced to act as pilot of a 
British privateer for several weeks, but was finally landed at 
Cliathaui, He ni. May 15, 1788, Hannah Wing, lived in 
Chatham, and had issue : 



1. 


Elizabeth, 


1). 


Nov. 


2. 


17S8. 


(1. 








2 


Calvin, 


b. 


Aug. 


18, 


1790. 


(I. 


Jun. 


7, 


1854. 


3. 


Luther. 


1). 


Jan. 


10, 


1792. 


(1. 


Mch. 


9, 


1854. 


4. 


John, Jr., 


b. 


Oct. 


23, 


1793. 


(1. 


Apr. 


2, 


1864. 


5. 


Stephen, 


b. 


Jul. 


24, 


1795. 


d. 


Aug. 


9, 


1871. 


G. 


AVilliain, 


b. 


Jun. 


19, 


1799. 


d. 


about 




1829. 


7. 


Eli^ha, 


b. 


Aug. 


2 


1801. 


d. 


Sep. 


13, 


1888. 


8. 


Zebedee, 


b. 


Aug. 


21"', 


1803. 










9. 


Hannah, 


b. 


Sep. 


G. 


1805. 


d. 


Mch. 


7, 


1886. 



The sons in this family were mariners and masters of vessels, 
and resided at Chatham unless otherwise stated. Of the above 
children : 

1, Eiizabetli^ m. AYilliam Davis, allds William Blount, 
of England, and liad issue as follows : Sylvester, William F., 
Luther, Harriet, Otis W., and Emily. 

AVilliam Davis, alias Blount, Avhen a young man, was on 
]:)oard the British ship " Guerrierre " Avhen she was captured by 
the U. S. Frigate "Constitution," and called himself William 
Blount, probably to escape impressment in the English service. 

9. Haniiali' m. Aug. 11, 1834, Francis Patterson of 
Cliatham, and had issue as follows: Arzelia A., Amelia F., 
Frederick A. 

J--1-2. Calvin/ oldest son of John, m. Jan. 2, 1817, 
Deborah Eldridoe of Chatham. Issue : 



1. 


Amon , 


b. 


Feb. 


1, 


1819. 


d. 


Jan. 


22 


1889. 


2. 


Calvin, 


b. 


Aug. 


11, 


1822. 


d. 


Dec. 


7! 


1846. 


3. 


Susanna, 


b. 


Nov. 


30, 


1824. 


d. 


Oct. 


25, 


1828. 


4. 


Anthony, 


b. 


Oct. 


28, 


1826. 


d. 


May 


29, 


1831. 


5. 


Susanna, 


b. 


Dec. 


22, 


1828. 










G. 


Joshua (r., 


b. 


Dec. 


5, 


1831. 










7. 


^V.nthony, 


b. 


Nov. 


15, 


1833. 


d. 


Jun. 


10, 


1836. 


8. 


Darius E., 


b. 


Sep. 


27, 


1835. 











Of these children, 2. Calvin* never married and Avas lost 
overboard in Block Island Sound, Dec. 7, 1846, and Joshua 
G.,** also single, is an invalid residing at Cliatham. 

5. Susanna^ m. 1st, in 1840, James M. Wixon of Dennis, 
Mass. Issue : James H. She m. 2d, Dec. 13, 1868, Jesse 
Gills of Chatham. No issue. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOIIN HAiEVIOND. 179 

f -1-2-1. Anion,'* a store-keeper in Chatham, and an 
active member of the Methodist Chnrch. He m. 1st, Jul. 21, 
184(j, Kho(hi Taylor, but by her had no issue. 

He m. 2d, Oct. 11, 1847, Sarah Gould, and had issue : 

1. Amon F., b. Oct. 9, 1852. 

2. Myra, b. Jul. 31, 1858. d. Mch. 14, 18G4. 

Anion m. 3d, Jun. 6, 1808, Widow Charlotte Hodges. 
He m. 4th, Sep. 3, 1877, WidoAV Adelaine Young-. Xo 
issue by the third and fourth marriages. 

t-1-2-1-1. Anion F.,^ a grocer's clerk at Chatham, m. 
xSoy. 2, 1874, Leonora F. Smith, and had issue : 

1. Florence G., b. Aut;. 8, 1875. d. Oct. 30, 1882. 

2. Edilh 11., b. JMcli. 25, 1877, 

3. Walter S., b. Dec. 14, 187S. 

4. Laura G , h. Jun. 25, 1882. 

5. Russell C, b. Mch. 5, 1888. 

f-1-2-8. Darius E./ captain of a coasting schooner, m. 
Jul. 10, 1856, Plelcn M. Clark, and had issue i 

1. Darius C, 

2. Stillinan C, 

3. Carrie B., 

4. Sarali A., 

5. Susie i\I., 
ti. Hannah G., 

Of these children, 1. Darius C." m. Mch. 14, 1880, 
Hannah Bearse, and lives at Chatham. Xo issue; 3. Carrie 
B.** m. Jul. 18, 1889, Andrew H. Bearse, and has a son 
Harry. 

t-1-3. Luther,' second son of John, m. Mch. 1817, 
Sally Gould of Chatham, and had issue : 



b. 


Jan. 


20, 


1857. 


b. 


Jul. 


27, 


1862. 


b. 


Nov. 


9, 


1867, 


b. 


Feb. 


11, 


1870. 


b. 


Jun. 


1, 


1876. 


b. 


Jan. 


22, 


1879. 



1. 


Stephen G. , 


b. 


Feb. 


28, 


1818. 










2. 


Caroline, 


b. 


Nov. 


5, 


1819. 


d. 








3. 


Luther, Jr., 


b. 


Oct. 


10, 


1822. 


d. 


Jul. 


22 


1876. 


4. 


Azubah G., 


b. 


Nov. 


22, 


1825. 


d. 


Nov. 


4'. 


1860. 


5. 


Sarah M., 


b. 


Feb. 


24, 


1828. 


d. 


Sep. 


17, 


1854. 


6. 


Franklin D , 


b. 


Feb. 


24, 


1830. 


d. 


Jun. 


23, 


1864. 


7. 


Angenette W., 


b. 


Mch. 


12, 


1833. 











Of these children, 2. Caroline^ m. Feb. 5, 1843, Solomon 
Doane of Eastham, and had issue: Fuller G., Ella M., and 
Clara J. 

4. Azubali Gr.' m. Xov. 1840, Alonzo Xye, lived at 
Chatham, and had : Harriet E. 



180 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

5. Sarah M." m. Jul. 6, 1^48, Winslow Loveland, a 
ship captain, and had : Cleora and Sarah W. 

7. Ang-eiiette W.* m. Aug. 9, 1853, Benjamin H. 
Stinson, and lives at Jamaica Plain, Mass. Issue : Walter 
B., Wilbur H., Luther H., Sarah J., Benjamin F., Benjamin 
C, and Benjamin F. 

•]•— 1—3-1. Stephen Gr.,** captain in the merchant service, 
lives at Somerville, Mass. He m. Dec. 31, 1840, Susan E. 
Nickerson, and had issue as follows : 



1. 


Emma C, 




b. 


Feb. 


17, 1842. 


d. 


Aug. 


4, 


1850. 


2. 


Ast-nath E., 




b. 


Mih. 


17, 1844. 


d. 


Feb. 


17, 


1851. 


3. 


LfiuiTtta S., 


J 


b. 


j\!oh. 


15, 1S46. 


d. 


Dec. 


15, 


1848. 


4. 


StepLen G.. 


,Jr., 


b. 


Sep. 


— , 1851. 











J--1-3-3. Luther Jr.,® a captain in tlie merchant service, 
m. 1st, Aug. 184G, Emeline Young. Issue: 

1. Edmund Y., b. Jul. — , 1852. 

2. Luther E., b. Jan. 22, 1854. 

Luther Jr. m. 2d, Jan. 5, 1865, Hannah G. Sparrow, 
but had no other issue. 

Of these children, 1. Edmund YJ a mariner, m. Dec. 
25, 1872, Loella Maker of Brewster, Mass., and had issue : 

1. Florence E., b. Apr. 10,1877. 

2. Elsie G., b. Aug. 12, 1881. 

2. Luther E./ dry goods dealer and hotel keeper, m. 
Aug. 30, 1877, Hannah J. L. J. Hammond, daughter ot Isaac 
L. Hammond. Issue : 

1. IMertis J., b. Jun. 18, 1878. 

2. Harvey E., b. Aug. 13, 1879. 

•|-_1_3_G. Franklin D.* a mason by trade, served as a 
nine months' man in Co, E, 43d Reg't. He afterwards re-en- 
listed and died Lieut, of Co. A., 58th Reg't M. V. M. He 
m. Oct. 1850, Bathsheba S. Nickerson, who d. Aug. 28, 
1884. Issue : 

1. Marianna A., b. Feb. 7, 1851. 

2. Emma (J., b. Jan. 30, 1853. 

3. Marv E., b. Apr. 7, 1856. d. Aug. 7, 1859. 

4. Franklin D., Jr., b. Mch. — , 1858. 

5. Alanson, b. Dec. 4, 1871. d. May 13, 1875. 

Of these children, Franklin D. Jr.," who has never 
married, is a freight agent at Chicago. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 181 

1. Marianna A.« m. Sep. 20, 1871, Frank C. Wood of 
Freedom, N. II., who is a dry goods merchant in East Boston. 
No issue. 

2. Emma C m. Mch. 1874, George B. Bent, and 
resides at Detroit, Mich. Issue: Ahmson M., Rena AV., 
Lillian E., George B. Jr., C. Lester, and Lettie E. 

f-1-4. John Jr./ third son of John, m. Sep. 16, 1817, 
Mercy 1 lopkins of Chatham, and had besides David W., liebecca 
W., and Abba M., who d. young, issue as follows : 



1. 


David W., 


b. 


Nov. 


13, 


1820. 


(1. 


Aug. 


17, 


1884. 


2. 
3. 


(icorge T., f 
John, f 


b. 


Nov. 


24, 


1823. 


d. 
d. 


Dec. 
Aug. 


4, 
23, 


1891. 
1824. 


4. 


.John F., 


b. 


Nov. 


3. 


182.5. 


d. 


Jan. 


11, 


1892. 


5. 


I,-a;ic L., 


b. 


Jul. 


I'J, 


1827. 


d. 


Oct. 


5, 


1859. 


6. 


William, 


b. 


Jul. 


I 1, 


lS-29. 










7. 


Dorcas D., 


b. 


iMay 


30, 


1831. 


d. 


Aug. 


23, 


1888. 


8. 


Abba M., 


b. 


Aug. 


29, 


1834. 










9. 


Mercy A., 


b. 


Sep. 


27, 


183S. 










0. 


Eleonora M., 


b. 


Jul. 


4, 


1842. 











Of these children, 7. Dorcas D.* m. Jan. 18, 1854, 
Clarington E. liobbins of Harwich, Mass, and had issue : 
Susan J. and Mercy C. 

8. Abba M/ m. Aug. 5, 1885, David G. Patterson of 
East Boston, and lives at lioxbury, Mass. Issue not known. 

9. Mercy A.' m. Nov. 24, 1861, Everett Patterson of 
Nantucket, and lives at East Boston. Issue : 

1. Everett Hartwell, b. Juii. 22, 18C3. d. Mcli. 31, 18G9. 

10. Eleonora M/ m. Aug. 27, 1872, Fuller G. Doane, 
and lives at East Boston. Ilcr children were : Fuller E. C, 
electrician. East Boston, and Carrie G. G. 

1-1-4—1. David. W.,^ a captain in the coasting service, 
m. Dec. 3, 1844, Harriet Eldridge of Chatham. Issue : 



1. 


Calviu, 


b. 


Mch. 


27, 


1847. 






2. 


Harriet A., 


b. 


Jan. 


2(J, 


1848. 


d. Oct. 


8, 1880 


3. 


Minnie B., 


b. 


Nov. 


11, 


1854. 


d. Feb. 


11, 1.S57 



1. Calvin,' a house and sign painter at Chatham, m. Sep. 
2, 1869, Susie Rogers of Chatham. Issue : 

1. Ilattie M., b. Apr. 23, 1870. 

2. E. Hartwell, b. Jan. 14, 1872. 



182 HAMIMOND GEXEALOGY. 

2. Harriet A.' m. Jul. 14, 18G8, David Y. Terlmnc of 
Nova Scotia, but had no issue. 

J--1-4-2. George T.^ was captain of a fisherman, and 
Avas drowned otf Chatham, Dec. 4, 1891. He m. 1st, Feb. 4, 
1847, Marinda Bearse and had issue : 

1. Samuel A., b. Nov. 14, 1.S47. d. Jun. 4, 1851. 

George T. m. 2d, Feb. 26, 1856, Adelie A. Yale of Connecti- 
cut, who d. Feb. 13, 1392. No other issue. 

•|--l-4-4. John F.,** a fisherman and mariner, m. 1st, 
Dec. 6, 1849, Mehitable Gills. Issue: 

1. Julia A., b. Sep. 15, 1852. 

2. AdeliaM., L.Jul. 14,1856. d. Apr, 25, 187G. 

3. Isaac L. 2d, b. Feb. 23, 1861. 

4. JSIattie, b. Mch. — , 1868. d. Dec. 14, 1870. 

1. Julia A.^ m. Jan. 1873, Elijah T. Harding, and had 
issue : AYalter C. and Bertha F. 

3. Isaac L. 2d/ a mariner, m. Nov. 19, 1885, Lizzie 
E. Kyder of Chatham, and had issue : 

1. Jessie L , * b. Jul. 23, 1889. d. May 3, 1890. 

John F. m. 2d, Apr. 22, 1868, Almeda Hamilton. No 
other issue. 

•J--1-4-5. Isaac Li.^ was a captain in the coasting service, 
and Avas lost at sea Oct. 5, 1859. He m. Feb. 6, 1851, 
Hannah Reynolds, and had issue as follows : 

1. Susan J., b. Jan. 2, 1852. d. Sep. 12, 1852. 

2. Hannah J. L. J., b. Jan. 7, 1859. d. Aug. 30, 1877. 

2. Hannah J. L. J/ m. Aug. 30, 1877, Luther E. 
Hammond, son of Luther Jr. Her children were : Mertis J. 
and Harvey E. 

|_1_4_G. William,* sixth son of eTohn Jr., and captain 
of a fisherman, m. Aug. 22, 1858, Mercy Atkins of Chatham, 
and had ten children : 

1. Isaac W., b. Dec. 10, 1859. d. Mch. 23, 1860. 

2. Rebecca A., b. Aug. 4, 1862. 

3. John W., b. Sep. 20, 1864. 

4. Twins. b. Sep. 24, 1866. d. Sep. 24. 1866. 

5. Cyrenah, b. Aug. 27, 1868. d. Dec. 12, 1870. 

6. EleonoraL., b. Mch. 16, 1S71. 

7. Elmer F., b. Jan. 19, 1.S73. 

8. George T., b. Nov. 10, 1874. 

9. EzraN. A., b. Aug. 17, 1876. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 183 

Of these children, 2. Rebecca^ is a dressmaker at Cliat- 
ham ; 3. John W.^ is a sea captain, and Avas recently in the 
employ of the Boston Tow Boat Co. ; 7. Elmer* is a house 
and ship-carpenter at East Boston; 8. Georg'e,* in the 
employ of the Boston Tow Boat Co., is also engaoed in study- 
ing marine engineering ; G. Eleoiiora^ and 9. Ezra^ reside 
at Chatham. 

t-1-5. Stephen,^ fourth son of John, m. Jan. 18, 1820, 
Betsey Ryder of Chatham, and had issue : 



]. 


Alpheus A., 




b. 


Jul. 


9, 


1S21. 








2. 


Rebecca R., 




b. 


Dec. 


21, 


1822. 


(1. 


Oct. 


31, 1848. 


3. 


Hannah W.. 




b. 


Feb. 


9, 


1827. 


d. 


in 


infancy. 


4. 


Hannah W., 




b. 


Jan. 


9, 


1S28. 








5. 


Stephen AV. 


, Jr., 


b. 


Feb. 


20, 


1S21). 


d. 


in 


infunc}-. 


6. 


Stephen W. 


, Jr., 


b. 


Oct. 


24, 


1830. 








7. 


Seth W., 




b. 


in 




1S35. 


d. 


in 


infancy. 


8. 


Seth W., 




b. 


.Alay 


1^ 


1837. 









Of these children, Rebecca R/ m. Feb. 2, 1844, Robert 
Eldridge of Chatham. Her children were : Robert A,, Laura 
A., and Rebecca H. 

4. Haiiiiah W/ m. Jan. 7, 1S,51, Sanniel Harding, and 
lives at Ansonia, Conn. Mr. Harding is a carpenter, and was 
drummer of the 58th Reg't M. V. M. Her children are : 
Corinna T., Mary W., George H., and Samuel E. T. 

Hannah AV. was formerly a school-teacher, and Avas leader 
of a church choir when 16 years of age. 

-j-_l_-)_l . Alpheus A.,^ who is a mariner, m. Feb. 2, 1847, 
Rebecca Eldridge, and had issue : 

1. Albert AV., b. Jun. 19,1849. 

1. Albert W./ a fisherman, m. 1st, Jan. 18, 1877, 
Clarinda H. Folger of Nantucket, and had : 

1. Clarence A., b. May 18, 1878. 

Albert W. m. 2d, Aug. 31, 1879, Sarah Folger, sister of 
Clarinda. Issue : 

2. Florence M., b. Mch. — , 1880. 

3. Willie, b. Aug. — , 1882. 

t-l-5-G. Stephen W. Jr.,' captain of a fisherman, m. 
Aug. 16, 1854, Evmice A. Rogers of Orleans, Mass., and had : 

1. Adelbert S., b. Dec. ~, 1862. 



184 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

f-1-5-8. Setli W.,^ school-committeeman, school-teacher, 
and justice of the peace, Chatham, m. Oct. SO, 1877, Addie 
L. Ellis. Issue : 

1. Francis E., b. Jnn. 10, 1879. 

2. Arihur S., b. Aug. 11, 18S0. 

3. EdnaM., b. Feb. 6,1882. 

|_1_6. William,' fifth son of John, m. May 5, 1820, 
Reliance Wing of Chatham, and liad issue : 

1. Rebecca, b. Sep. 8, 1S21. d. Nov. 7, 1878. 

2. William, Jr., b. Sep. 10, 1823. 

3. Ale.xander, b. Apr. 7, 1827. d. Oct. 27, 1828. 

1. Rebecca' m. Feb. 2, 1842, Albert Hardy of Chatham, 
and had issue : 

1. Albertina, b. Nov. 27, 1845. 

1. Albertina^ m. Jul. 7, 1881, William A. Prince of 
Southhold, N. Y. Issue not learned. 

f -1-6-2. William Jr.® is a carpenter, and lives at 
Boston Highlands. He m. Apr. 14, 1846, lihoda A. Harding, 
who was b. Kov. 23, 1823. Issue : 



1. 


Everett B., 


b. 


Nov. 


20, 


1847. 










2. 


WiUiiun C, 


b. 


Feb. 


13, 


1849. 


d. 


Mch. 


24, 


1850. 


3. 


William C, 


b. 


Oct. 


5, 


1851. 










4. 


Albiiius A., 


b. 


Oct. 


6, 


1853. 


d. 


Apr. 


25, 


1855. 


5. 


Mary E., 


b. 


Nov. 


11, 


1856. 


d. 


Apr. 


28, 


1859. 


6. 


Addison R. , 


b. 


Oct. 


30, 


1866. 











Of these children, who were born at Chatham, Mass., 
Everett' is a carpenter, and William CJ a teamster. Both 
reside in Boston, and are single. 

6. Addison R.,' who is a plumber in Boston, m. May 11, 
1891, Elizabeth M. Carney of Boston. No issue. 

f-1-7. Elislia,' sixth son of John, m. Jan. 29, 1824, 
Lydia Allen of Harwich, and had issue : 

1. Eveline, b. Jan. 6, 1828. 

2. Lydia A., b. Sep. 17, 1829. 

3. AIniira, b. Dec. ], 1831. 

4. Eli>ha, Jr., b. Nov. 23, 1833. 

5. Albert S., b. Sej). 17, 1837. 

6. Marcelia, b. Feb. 7, 1844. 

Of these children, 1. Eveline^ m. 1st, Nov. 29, 1848, 
William F. Blount of Barnstable, Mass. Her children, by 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 185 

this marrkije, were : AVilliam F., Emma C, Horace A., and 
Henry G. 

Eveline m. 2d, Feb. 26, 1863, Josiah R. Dill, and had: 
Hattie F. b. Oct. 24, 18G8. 

2. Lydia A.,* who is a dealer in dry goods, m. Jan. 14, 
1849, Mark C. Chase, and had issue : Mark, Annette, and 
Mary E. 

3. Almira' m. Feb. 6, 1852, Roland R. Badger of 
Sharon, Vt. Her children were: Clara J., Emma, and 
Maria. 

6. Marcelia,* formerly a teacher in Chatham, m. Feb. 25, 
1868, AVatson R. Baker of Harwich. She has a son Walter 
W., b. Jan. 21, 1875, who entered Dartmouth College in Sep. 
1891. 

•J--1-7-4. Elislia Jr./ captain of a fisherman, m. Apr. 
25, 1859, Lydia E. Allen of Harwich, and had issue : 

1. MarvT., h. Antr. _, ISGI. d. Oct. 24, 1864. 

2. MarV C, b. Nov. 16, 1864. 

3. CoraE., b. Mth. 23, 1867. 

3. Cora E." m. Apr. 6, 1888, Orrin H. Eldridge, and 
had two children. 

•(•-1-7-5. Albert S.,* captain of a fisherman, m. Nov. 27, 
1862, Sarah R. Snow, and had issue: 

1. Marcus A., b. Aug. 22, 1S63. 

2. Walter J., b. May 29, 1874. 

3. Aiiirie M., b. May 30, 1878. 

4. Herbert C, b Sep. 9,1887. 

Of these children of Albert S., Marcus A. and AValter 

J. are fishermen. 

4. Herbert C.,' a tailor, m. Jul. 30, 1890, Susie M. 
Mayo. No issue. 

f-1-8. Zebetlee,' seventh son of John, m. Oct. 28, 
1827, Betsey Fessenden of Brewster, Mass., and had issue: 

1. Ann E., b. Feb. 22, 1828. 

2 CeiisiiaF., b Aiij;. IS, 1830. b. Apr. 13,1^70. 

3, CvnisA., b. May 13, 1S33. d. Jul. — , 18J5. 

4 Isal.ell B., b. Nov. 4, 1836. 

5. Lmcv :\[., b Au'.,'. 24, 1^39. d. Feb. 8, 18G0. 

6. Charles II., b. Nov. 5, 1841. 



186 HAHIMOND GENEALOGY. 

Of tlie above children, Cyrus A.* was drowned on the 
Grand Banks ; and Liicy M/ was a teacher at Chatham. 

2. C'elistitl* m. Aug. 1851, lleuben Eldridge of Chatham, 
and had Cyrus, b. Dec. 31, 1858. 

4. Isabel B.« m. Mch. 2, 1859, George T. Snow, car- 
penter at Chatham. Her children are : Rebecca T., Charles 
E., George E., Lucy I., and Susan B. Charles is a conductor, 
and George a brakeman, on the Chatham Branch E. II, 

6. Charles H.® is a fisherman, and keeper of the Mono- 
moy Light-house, Chatham. He m. Dec. 15, 1864, Dorinda 
Howes. Issue: 1. Celia F., b. iS'ov. 7, 1871. 



13._J0HN HAMMOND OF SOUTH WOODSTOCK, VT. 

f. John Hammond^ fifth son of Jabez* [John, ^ Benja- 
min,^ AVilliam'], was born in what is now New Bedford, Jan. 
20, 1749, and d. at South AVoodstock, Vt., Aug. 1814. He 
moved from New Bedford to South Woodstock in Sep. 1782, 
where he was a farmer, his father going with him. He m. 1st, 
Lois Wood, by whom he had three sons who d. in infancy ; and 
ten daughters as follows : 

Mary," Avho m. vSpaulding Shepard ; Eunice," who m. 
Jesse Royce ; Hannah," who m. a Mr. Tyler ; Deborah," 
who m. E. Bigelow ; Dinah," single ; Laura," who m. 
Abner Abbot ; Drusilla," who m. AVilliam Sterling ; Lois," 
single ; and two other daughters, who d. in infancy. Nothing 
further is known of these daughters. 

John m. 2d, Lucy [AYoods] AVing, by whom he had a son : 

14. John Winslow, b. May 17, 1807. d. Nov. 5, 1888. 

14. John WinslOAV," who lived and died at Claremont, 
N. H., worked for a time in his younger days at A^ est AVare- 
ham, Mass. He afterwards sailed from New Bedford in the 
whale fishery business, until he became and continued master 
of a vessel for several successive voyages, in Avhich business he 
was always lucky. At the age of 80 he Avas hale and hearty, 
had most of his teeth, and could read without the aid of glasses. 

Capt. John m. Sep. 14, 1846, Vienna Call, who was b. in 
1813, and d. Oct. 13, 1885. Issue: 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 187 

1. John Winslow 2d, b. Oct 31, 184 7. 

2 (Janlnor Merritt, b. Mdi. 23, 1850. d. Feb. 4, 1868. 

3. Marcella E., b. Mcli. 13, 1856. 

f-14-1. John WiiislOAV 2d' lives on his father's farm 
in Clarcniont, N. H., and has been twice married. He m. 1st, 
May 2i^, 1877, Mary McLaughlin, who d. Sep. 10, 1878. 
Issue : 

1. Catha, b. May 29, 1878. 

He m. 2d, Oct. 24, 1880, Gertrude J. Smith, and had 
further issue : 

2. Gardner Winslow, b. Jun. 9 1881. 

•j-_14_3. 3Iarcella E.' m. Aug. 1879, Horatio X. Webster 
of Leeds, Eng., and lives at Newport, N. H. Issue : 

1. Horatio N , Jr., b. Feb. 11, 1881. 

2. Roger, b. Jan. 16, 1886. 



14.— ELIJAH HAMMOND OF RUTLAND AND OAK- 
HAM, MASS. 

f. Eli jail* Haiiiiiioiid, sixth son of Jabez* [John,' 
Benjamin,^ William'], was born in the old town of Dartmouth, 
(noAV New Bedford), ]\Iass., Mcli. 4, 1751, and died at Oakham, 
INIass., Apr. 20, 1815. He served in the War of the Kevolu- 
tion, being a Sergeant in the 5th jNIass. lleg't. He also acted 
a portion of the time as clerk, or private secretary, to General 
Washington. For one year he was confined on board a British 
prison-ship, where he underwent many hardships. He received 
an honorable discharge, and at the same time was honored with 
a badue of merit. His discharge — which was sioncd by 
General AVashington himself — reads : " For faithful and hon- 
orable service, five years and upwards. 

Given at Head-cjuarters the eleventh day of June, 1783." 
He moved from New Bedford to Rutland, and afterwards to 
Oakham, Mass. He m. 1st, in 1777, JNIrs. Sarah [Chitting] 
Harrington, who d. Mch. 4, 1794. Issue : 



1. 


Elijah 2d, 


b. 


Apr. 


7, 


1778. 


d. 


Mch. 


8, 


1845. 


2. 


Sarah, 


b. 


Oct. 


6, 


1783. 


d. 


in 




1841. 


3. 


Susannah, 


b. 


Dec. 


4, 


1785. 


d. 


IVIay 


— , 


1856. 


4. 


Betsey, 


1). 


Feb. 


8, 


1787. 


d. 


Jun. 


23, 


1840. 


5. 


A bio ail, 


b. 


May 


19. 


1788. 


d. 








6. 


John, 


b. 


Auor. 


19, 


1790. 


d. 


Apr. 


1, 


1871. 


7. 


AureUa, 


b. 


Aug. 


21, 


1791. 


d. 


Feb. 


7, 


1873. 



188 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

The above children were born m Enthmd, Mass. Elijah m. 
2d, Eunice Davis, who was b. in 1754. Issue by the second 
marriage : 

8. IsabelLa, b. in 1797. d. Jan. 1, l-s^l. 

Of these children, 2. Sarali,® who lived and d. in South 
Boston, ni. Ira Draper of Spencer, and had issue : Fidelia, 
Octavia, Aurelia, Hammond, and James. 

3. Slisaiinall'' m. James Glezen and lived many years in 
Beechwoods, Penn., where her children were born. They 
afterwards moved to Petersbui'g, Ind., where they both died. 
Mr. Glezen was b. in Holden, Mass., in 1777, and d. near 
Petersburg, Ind,, Feb. 1840. Issue: Martha, Elijah Ham- 
mond, Susannah A., James, Caroline A., Joseph P., Edward 
A., Hamilton W., and Charles O. 

4. Betsey® m. Joseph Phinney of Boston, and had issue : 
Ann Jane; and Laura, who m. Freeman Hunt, and had: 
Frederic, Laura, Helen, and Emma. Betsey lived in South 
Boston, Imt d. at Worcester at her brother John's. 

5. Abl.orail,® called Nabbe, m. Ebenezer Cobb, and lived 
and d. in Philadelphia. Issue : Mary, Sarah, Ebenezer, and 
Joseph Phinney. 

7 . Aurelia® m. Ezra Maynard and lived and d. at Oakham, 
Mass. No issue. 

8. Isabella® m. Nov. 20, 1816, Roswell Taylor of Oak- 
ham, where slie lived and died. Issue : Caroline, Isabella L., 
Ann Jane, Elizabeth, and Mary. 

Caroline, who m. Artenias Maynard now deceased, lives in 
Oakham. 

f-1. Elijali 2tl,® b. at Rutland, Miss., was in early life 
a merchant in Philadelphia, where he married, and where his 
children were born. In 1819 he moved to Petersburg, Pike 
Co., Ind., where he bought a farm, and where he d. Mch. 8, 
184(5. He was County Judge for a number of years, and a 
strong m;^uiber of the Misonic Friternlty. He m. at Phila- 
delphia, Miy 15, 1808, Miry Polloak, who d. in Petersburg, 
Feb. 25, 1842. Issue : 



1 


.\l!t-rt. 


b 


Aur- 


1^ 


1^^07. 


d. 


Jiin. 


2, 1S42. 


2 


S',i-i lima, 


b. 


M ly 


1 4. 


1S;.'9. 


d. 


Oct. 


3, 1.519. 


3. 


Jv)llll, 


b. 


JlUl 


2i, 


1811. 


d. 







DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 189 

4. Perry C, b. Sop. 26, 1813. 

5. Lester, b. Jim. 14, 1816. d. Dec. 27, 1851. 

6. Jane, b. Aii<;. 3, 1818. d. Apr. 3, 1860. 

7. Aurelia, b. Feb. 8, 1827. 

Of these children, 6. Jane,' who lived and d. at Ireland, 
Dubois Co., Ind., m. Aujy. 24, 1837, James Stewart, a fai-mer. 
Issue : Albert H., Elizabeth, Harry, Elijah, Aurelia, Amanda, 
Mary F., and Ethelbert. » 

7. Aurelia,' who resides in Helena, Ark., m. Nov. 22, 
1848, George D. Jaquess, a physician and druggist. Issue : 
Mary, Luther, J. Wilkes, Ethelbert and Lorrentus, twins, and 
Aurelia G. 

•f-l-l. Albert,' oldest son of Elijah 2d, was a merchant 
at Petersburg, Ind. He m. Aug. 1, 1831, Elizabeth Case, 
and had issue : 



1. 


Susan, 


b. 


in 




1832. 


d. 


in 


1834. 


2. 


John M., 


b. 


Jan. 


16, 


1835. 








3. 


Elijah, 


b. 


Aug. 


1, 


1836. 


d. 


in 


1859. 


4. 


Renl)en C, 


b. 


Jan. 


6, 


1839. 








5. 


Sarah fJane, 


b. 


Oct. 


19, 


1840. 


d. 


in 


infancy. 


6. 


Amanda, 


b. 


Oct. 


18, 


1841. 


d. 


Aug. 


24, 1855. 



■|--l-l-3. Elijah,® second son of Albert, received the 
Degree of M. D. at Louisville, Ky., in the AVinter of 1857. 
He afterwards practised medicine at Edwardsport, Ind., where 

he died in the Spring of 1859. He m. , but 

left no issue. 

■{■-1-1-4. Reuben C.® served one year as musician in 
the 27th Ind. Vols., during the late Civil War. He has never 
married, and is now engaged in the general insurance business 
in Petersburg. 

■|--l-l-2. John M.,** oldest son of Albert, enlisted as 
musician in the 27th Ind. Vols., and received his discharge after 
serving one year. He then raised a company of volunteers, 
which was afterwards a part of the 65th lieg't, and served as 
Captain until compelled on account of ill health to resign in 
Dec. 1863. Since the War he has lived at Evansville, Ind. 
He m. Apr. 23, 1853, Elizabeth HufFer, who d. Oct. 29, 
1884. Issue : 

1. Salem P., b. Apr. 22,1854. 

2. Albert, b. Mch. 24, 1856. 
8. LidaM., b. Nov. 17, 1858. 

4. Charles L., b. Mch. 23, 1861. d. Mch. 31, 1891. 



190 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Of these children, 1. Salem P." is a jeweler at Peters- 
burg. He m. Sep. 11), 1881, Josie L. Chaffee, and had issue : 

1. Lizzie, b. Feb. 17, 1886. 

2. Nuna, b. Jul. 31, 1889. 

3. Aura, b. Feb. 13, 1892. 

2. Albert^ second son of John M., keeps a boarding-house 
in Chicago, 111. He m. in Nov. 1887 Mao-gie Keernan of 
Chicago, but has no issue. 

3. Lida M/ m. Feb. 28, 1883, Clarence Parker, and 
lives at Petersburg. Issue : Merle, Bessie, and Cade. 

4. Charles L.® was a painter at Petersburg. He m. 
Jul. 16, 1890, Anna Pentecost, and d. without issue. 

f— 1-3. Jolui,'' second son of Elijah 2d, was a former at 
Petersburg. He m. Apr. 13, 1843, Jane Stewart, who d. 
Feb. 26, 1892. Issue: 

1. AVilliam A., b. Apr. 28, 1844. d. Oct. 23, 18G4. 

2. John, Jr., b. «ep. 30, 1846. 

1. William A.* was a Sergeant of Co. G., 65th Ind. 
Vols., from Jul. 15, 1862, to Jan. 21, 1864. He afterwards 
lived at Petersburg, and died on account of wounds and dis- 
abilities received in the service. 

2. Joliii Jr.* is a merchant in Petersburg. Pie m. Jun. 
30, 1880, Lillie B. Tellie, and had issue : 

1. Horace A., b. Jan. 6,1882. 

2. Lla, b. Aug. 28, 1884. 

3. Agnes, b. Jun. 28, 1886. 

4. John, b. Apr. 20, 1888. d. in infancy. 

5. Courtney E., b. Oct. 28, 1889. 

6. Omer Tellie, b. May 8, 1891. 

t-1-4. Perry C," third son of Elijah 2d, is a merchant 
at Petersburg, firm of P. C. Hammond & Sons. He m. 1st, 
Sep. 20, 1837, Nancy Edmonson, and had issue : 



1. 


Theodore E., 


b. 


Jul. 


2, 


1838. 


d. 


Jul. 


— , 1878. 


2. 


Oliver A., 


b. 


Dec. 


l-ii 


1840. 








3. 


Oscar, 


b. 


Oct. 


24, 


1841. 


d. 


in 


infancy. 


4. 


Albert, 


b. 


Aug. 


8, 


1843. 


d. 




young. 


5. 


Mary Florence, 


b. 


Aug. 


23, 


1845. 








6. 


Alinira, 


b. 


May 


23, 


184 7. 


d. 


in 


infancy. 


7. 


Perry C, Jr., 


b. 


Apr. 


17, 


1850. 








8. 


Reddick, 


b. 


Aug. 


13, 


1852. 


d. 




young. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 191 

PeiTV C. m. 2d, Feb. 19, 1857, Caroline Gilbreuth, aud 
had further issue : 

9. Ida Belle, b. Dec. 2, 1857. 

10. Lola, b. d. in infancy. 

Of these children, 9. Ida Belle* resides with her parents 
in Petersburg. 

1. Theodore E./ oldest son of Perry C, enlisted in 
Co. H, 24th Ind. Vols., Jul. G, 1861, and served in the 
Quartermaster's Dept. till Sep. 1863. He was then transferred 
to the 53d U. S. Colored Troops as Regimental Quartermaster, 
servins: until Mch. 1866. He Avas aftemvards an accountant at 

c> 

Petersburg. He m. in 1865 Sallie Hart of Milliken Bend, 
La., and had issue : Maggie and Flora. 

Maggie' and Flora' are botli married and live some- 
where in Mississippi. 

2. Oliver A.,® second son of Perry C, who served one 
year as musician in the 27th Ind. Vols., is now a merchant at 
Petersburg in company with his father and brother. He m. 
Nov. 7, 1877, Laura Watt, who d. Feb. 9, 1888. Besides 
Flora, Reddick and Willie ()., who d. in infancy, he has issue : 

1. Carrie, b. Sep. 29, 1878. 

2. Hugh \V., b. Sep. 2, 1880. 

3. Mary F.« m. Nov. 7, 1866, Alexander K. Bycrs, 
M. D., a physician at Petersburg. Dr. Byers, b. Jun. 15, 
1829, received the dei^ree of M. D. from the Medical Colleo-e 
at Evansville, Ind., in Mch. 1854; served as Surgeon of the 
65th Reg't Ind. Vols., from Aug. 1862 to Mch. 1865; mem- 
ber Pike Co. Ind. Med. Society; Ind. State Med. Society; 
and the American Med. Association. Issue : 



1. 


Henry W., 


b. Sep. 


21, 


18G7. 






2. 


Frank 11., 


b. Mch. 


20, 


18G9. 


d. in 


infancy 


3. 


Anna ^I., 


b. Jul. 


24, 


1870. 


d. Oct. 


27, 1887 


4. 


Perry H., 


b. Apr. 


28, 


1872. 






5. 


John A., 


b. Dec. 


24, 


1873. 






6. 


Oliver A., 


b. Feb. 


6, 


1875. 






7. 


Elhel May, 


b. Aug. 


20, 


1876. 







7. Perry C. Jr.* is a merchant at Petersburg, firm of 
P. C. Hammond & Sons. He m. Sep. 17, 1888, Sarah 
Bruuer. No issue. 

f-1-5. Lester,^ fourth son of Elijah 2d, was a farmer at 



192 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Petersburg, He m. Aug. 23, 1838, Nancy Case, and had 
issue : 

1. Mary J., b. about 1839. d. about 1850. 

2. Eliza A., b. Mch. 8, 1841. 

3. Tlu-ophilus, b. Jul. 1, 1843. d. Feb. 9, 1875. 

4. Era^tus, b. d. in infancy. 

5. 0«ar, b. Jan. 29. 1848. 

6. Elizabeth A., b. Moh. 27. 1850. 

7. Lester Helen, b. Jun. 9, 1852. d. Feb. 12, 1875. 

2. Eliza A/ m. let. May 18, 1859, Posey Ashby, and 
had : Frances Evalme, and George B, McClellan, both of 
whom, with their father, died in Aug. 1864. Eliza m. 2d, 
Feb. 1865, William H. Dye. Issue : AVilliam, Ebenezer, 
and Mary Alice Belle. They reside in Caldwell Co., Tex. 

6. Elizabeth A.« m. Sep. 19, 1865, William H. K. 
Snyder, and lives at Monroe City, Ind. Issue : Grace, Emma, 
Kate, Mary, Helen, and Oscar. 

7. Liester Helen* m. Nov. 10, 1872, Elias Osborn Jr., 
and lived at Petersburg, Ind. Issue : A daughter that d. in 
infancy. 

3. Theopliilus,* oldest son of Lester, served from Aug. 
1862 to Feb. 1863, in Co. K, 12th Ky. Cavalry, when he was 
discharo-ed on account of ill health. After the War he carried 
on farming, and d. at Island 76, Mississippi River, Arkansas. 
He m. Aug. 13, 1862, Julia A. G. Dye, and had issue : 

1. John L., b. May 18, 1863. d. Jan. 3, 1885. 

2. Nora, b. Apr. 7, 1870. 

John liJ m. , and d. at Monroe City, 

Knox Co., Ind,, without issue ; and ^Nora E^ resides, single, 
at Monroe City. 

5. Osear*^ served as bu.gler one year and nine months in 
Co. F, 10th Ind. Cavalry. He is now Superintendent and 
General Agent of the Prudential Life Insurance Co. of America, 
and resides at Terre Haute, Ind. He m. May 14, 1882, 
Jennie Tislow, nee Davisson, and had issue : 

1. Lester Davisson, b. Jun. 23,1883. 

2. Harry Byars, b. Dec. 31, 1884. 

3. Barney Alexander, b. May 8, 1890. 

f-6. John,* second son of Elijah 1st, was b. in Rutland, 
Mass., Aug. 19, 1790. He afterwards moved to Oakham, 




John Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 193 

Mass., and later to Worcester, where, after many years, he 
finally d. Apr. 1, 1871. 

Although he kept much aloof from public life he Avas at one 
time one of the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Worcester, 
and was a member of the State Legislature in 1841. 

He was noted for his sound common sense in business mat- 
ters, his integrity of chai-acter, and his inflexibility of purpose 
in Avhat he considered right or proper. But few men had more 
influence in shaping the development and prosperity of his 
adopted city than himself. 

One of his peculiarities was a decided proneness to have all busi- 
ness matters take efl^'ect from April 1st. So noticeable was this 
that during his last illness, — which dated from Nov. 26th, — a 
friend remarked tiiat " Mr. John Hammond would live until 
the first of April, and then he Avould die." And as a singular 
coincidence his death occurred on that date. 

John m. 1st, Jun. 30, 1818, Adalina A. Stone, who Avas b. 
Oct. 29, 1798, and d. in Worcester, Jun. 3, 184G. Issue: 

1. Elijiih 3d, 1). Oct. 4, 1819. 

2. Otis* S., b. Oct. 9, 1821. d. Jun. 30, 1880. 

3. Josepli P., b. Aug. 13, 1823. 

4. Adalina A., b. Aug. ".^9, 1825. 

5. Louise B., 1). Mch. 10, 1828. 

6. Susan M., b. Sep. 17, 1833. d. Aug. 2, 1854. 

7. John K , b. Nov. 13, 1838. d. Nov. 16, 1841. 
s. Fred'c Hunt, b. Jul. 1, 1843. 

John m. 2d, Dec. 1846, ]Mrs. Susan [Stone] Robinson, aa^io 
Avas b. Apr. 28, 1804, and d. MaA' 7, 1880. Xo other issue. 

f-6-1. Elijah 3d,' oldest son of John, is a farmer, and 
liACs at Worcester, ^Nlass. He m. Dec. 19, 1843, Caroline N. 
Felton, Avho Avas b. in BaiTc, Mass., Dec. 9, 1821, and d. 
Jun. 6, 1882. Issue : 



1. 


Adaline Sturgis, 


b. 


Jan. 


17, 


1845. 




2. 


Alice ^lai-ia, 


b. 


Dec. 


19, 


1849. 




3. 


Ellen Caroline, 


b. 


Jan. 


12, 


1853. 




4. 


John, 


b. 


Dec. 


8, 


1856. 


d. Mch. 6, 1864 


5. 


Albert Elijah, 


b. 


Dec. 


16, 


1850. 


d. Mch. 6, 1S64 



Of the children of Elijah 3d, Alice* and Ellen* live at 
home, both single; and Adaliiie* m. Sep. 10, 1867, Vernon 
Long, and lives in Buffalo, X. Y. Issue: Vernon H., 
Blanche S., Albert E., Frank E., and Alice. 

14 



194 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

f-6-2. Otis S./ second son of John, was Head Clerk 
in the Freight Depot of the Boston & Albany R. R. at Worces- 
ter, Mass., and was much respected. He m. Oct. 12, 1847, 
Lydia Spooner, who d. at Graniteville, S. C, Mch. 10, 1892. 
Issue : 

1. Jennie Adaline, b. Sep. 16, 1857. 

Jennie Adaline^ m. Aug. 22, 1883, Alvin Etheridge, 
and resides at Graniteville, S. C. Issue : Rodney Hammond 
and Ruth Elizabeth. 

•|-_6-3. eJosepli P.,' third son of John, is a farmer at 
Worcester, Mass. He m. 1st, Jun. 2, 1855, Ellen N. Robbins, 
who d. Apr. 22, 1874. Issue : 

1. John Frank, single; Barre, Mass. 

Joseph P. m. 2d, Jun. 14, 1876, Eliza A. Young. No 
other issue. 

•|-_6-4. Adaline Aurelia,' oldest daughter of John, m. 
Oct. 8, 1846, Joseph Belyea, who d. Nov. 4, 1860, and lives 
in Clinton, Mass. Issue : 

1. Ida Louise, h. Nov. 25, 1847. 

2. Albert John, b. Dec 8,1852. d. Aug. 12, 1854. 

Ida Louise^ m. Oct. 14, 1873, George H. Burtis, and 
lives in Worcester. Issue : Albert and Fred, twins, and 
Helen Louise. 

■|-_6-5. Lonise B.,^ second daughter of John, m. Sep. 
10, 1847, B. Frank Lee, Avho is a dealer in provisions in 
Worcester. Issue : Carrie and George P. 

•|-_6-6. Susan M.,' third daughter of John, m. May 30, 
1854, David White, and lived at her father's in Worcester. 
No issue. 

•|-_(i_8. Fred'c Hunt,' youngest son of John, was a 
farmer, and lives at Worcester. He m. May 8, 1866, Alice 
J. McFarland. Issue : 



1. 


Cora S., 


b. Jun. 


18, 


1868. 


2. 


Eliza A., 


b. Jan. 


20, 


1872. 


3. 


Myra L., 


b. Apr. 


7, 


1883. 


4, 


Fred'c Hunt, Jr., 


b. Oct. 


16, 


1886. 



All of Fred's children are single, and all reside at Worcester. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 195 



II.— ELNATHAN HAMMOND OF NEWPORT, 11. I. 

f. Elnatlian' Hammond, second son of John/ [Ben- 
jamin,* William'], was born at Rochester, Mass., Mch. 7, 
1703, and died at Newport, R. I., May 24, 1793, le. 90. He 
was a sea captain in the merchant service, sailing from New- 
port, his place of residence. "His descendants cherish his 
memory with peculiar rej^ard, retain his portrait, point to his 
former residence still standing in Thames Street, recall his 
character as a sea captain in the best commercial period of the 
town, and his active interests in the Congregational Church." 

To the Memorandum Book kept by him, beginning Jan. 1, 
1737, are the descendants of "William of London" indebted 
for the accurate information they possess of their early ances- 
tors. P^xcept for the Genealogical history contained in this 
book the line of William of London would have been inevita- 
bly swamped in the line of " AV^illiam of \\'atertown," Mass. 
This valuable relic is a pocket memorandum book, long pre- 
served in Vermont in the family of the grandson and namesake 
of the original owner, now in possession of Rev. John D. 
Hammond of kSan Francisco, Cal., a descendant of Capt. 
Flnathan Hammond. 

The first inscription in respect to date in this reverend relic 
reads : 

" Ehiathan Hammond, his Memorandum Book, Feb'' 1755. Mem- 
orandum of some things I have observed, y' I think remarkable and 
of some things 1 have thought so in the course of my reading." 

On the fly-leaf is formally inscribed : 

"This memorandum Book 1 have given to my grand-son, EInathaa 
Hammond, May y" 15th, 1781, and I desire that he may liave the 
possession of it after my Decease: Witness my Daughter Eliz"* 
Sprague. Elnathan Hammond." 

"The portion of the book which with Genealogists has gained in 
vitabty by time, is of course that in which the family history is dis- 
closed, nor in this probably is the spirit misrepresented, wiiicli in a 
patriarchal way provided the mode of preserving it. The grave of 
Capt. Hammond, in the old Burying ground [Newport], is with those 
members of his family, finding their place in dust with his own, while 
traces of liis filial spirit, in this record restore the place of his ancestral 
line in remembrance, and that of his venerated ancestress who broutdit 
it over." 



196 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

TIic Genealogical history is prefaced with the following 
introduction : 

" A short Record of our Family. l»y Eli)atl)at» Hammoiifl, copied 
from ;v Family Record of my fatiier's, Mr. John Hammond of Roches- 
ter, 1737. and continued, beginning the year at tlie 1st of .January." 

*' AVilliam Hammond, horn in the city of London, and there married 
Elizahetli Penn, sister of Sir William Penn, had children : lienjamiii 
their son hoin 1G21. Elizabeth. INIartha ami Rachel tlieii' danghiers, all 
horn ill London. William Hammond died there and was buried. 
Elizabeth Hammond, widow of William Hammond, with her son 
Benjamin and three daughters, all young, left a good estate in London, 
and with several Godly people came over to New England in trouble- 
some times in 1 6o4, out of a conscicus desire to have the liberty to 
serve Gcd in the way of his appointment. They had with them the 
Uev. IMr. Lothrop, their ministei-, A. I). 1 Go4. Settled in Boston, and 
there died 1640, Inid an honorable burial and the character of a very 
Godly woman. 

Benjamin Hammond, their son. removed to Sandwich and there mar- 
ried Mary Vincent, daughter of John Vincent. She was born in 
England in 1633. Benjamin Hammond married to Mary Vincent 
1G5U. iJud born: 

Samuel, their son, 1655. 
John, tlu'ir son, Nov. 30, 1G6S. 
Nathan, their son, 1670. 
Benjamin, their son, Nov. 1673. 
Had two daughters, died young. 

Benjamin Hammond, with his wife and four sons, moved to Roches- 
ter and there died, aged 82 years, 1703. Mary his widow died 1705."* 

Cai)t. Elnathan Hammond m. 1st, Dec. 27, 1728, Mary 
[Rogers] Wignall. She was a daughter of John Kogers of 
Newport, and was b. Aug. 24, 1700, and d. Oct. 20, 1749. 
Issue : 



1. 


John Arn< 


M, 


b. 


Fel). 


9, 


1731. 


d. 


Jun. 


— , 


1781. 


2. 


Abigail, 




b. 


Sep. 


20, 


1 733. 


d. 


Jan. 


15, 


1734. 


3. 


Elnathan, 




b. 


Jan. 


17, 


1736. 


d. 


Dec. 


4, 


1737, 


4. 


Abigail, 




b. 


Feb. 


15, 


1737. 


d. 








5. 


Elnathan, 


Jr.. 


b. 


May 


n. 


173S. 


d. 


Sep. 


22, 


1763. 


6. 


Joseph, 




b. 


Apr. 


13, 


1739. 


d. 








7. 


Nathaniel, 




b. 


Jim. 


2, 


1740. 


d. 


Mch. 


— , 


1777. 


«. 


Mary, 




b. 


Sep. 


22, 


1741. 


d. 


May 


7, 


1767. 


9. 


Elizabeth, 




b. 


May 


25, 


1743. 


d. 








10. 


Susannah, 




b. 


Jan. 


18, 


1744. 


d. 


Aug. 


24, 


1780. 



Capt. Elnathan m. 2d, Sep. 5, 1750, O. S., Elizabeth 
[Vernon] Cox, daughter of Samuel Vernon, Esq., and b. at 
NeW'port, Aug. 5, 1709. No living issue. 

* Philip Battell, Historical and Genealogical Register, Jan. 1876. 




Capt. Elnathan IIAM^^o^'D. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 197 

Of the above children the first Abijyail' and the first 
Eliiatliaii* d. young ; and Eliiatliaii Jr.,* Joseph/ and 
Mary* d. single. 

4. Abigail* m. Sep. 13, 1759, Jacob Richardson, and 
lived at Xewport, R. T., where her husband was at one time 
postmaster. Issue : Mary Ann, Elizaljcth Vernon, John 
Stevens, Nathaniel Hammond, Jacob Jr., Abby Hammond, 
Elnathan Hanunond, Anstis Elizabeth, and George Washington. 
A descendant of Abigail in the fourth generation, — (jeorge 
H. Richardson, — is a resident of Newport, and Assistant Secre- 
tary of the Newport Historical Society. 

9. Elizabeth* m. Jan. 20, 1778, Nathaniel Sprague, and 
lived at Rochester. Issue : Luce, Micah, and Nathaniel. 

10. Susannah* m. Jan. 29, 17()7, Caleb Lyndon, and d. 
at Rehoboth, Mass., Aug. 24, 1780. They had tlirec sons 
and three dauahters. 



l._JOHN ARNOLD OF NEWPORT, R. I. 

■f-1. John Arnold* m. Jun. 6, 1754, at Newport, R. I., 
Mary Scott, who is said to have been a niece of Benjamin 
Franklin. After his marriage he went with his family to Corn- 
wallis. Nova Scotia, with the intention of founding a settlement 
there. He afterwards returned and engaged on the patriot side 
of the Revolution, was captured aboard a ship, taken to New 
York, and died a prisoner in the Hospital sometime in Jun. 
1781. Issue: 

1. Elnathan, b. Dec. IG, 17C0. d. 

2. Daughter, b. d. young. 

t-1-1. Elnathan,* b. at Newport, R. I., m. Nov. 5, 
1790, Deborah Carr, b. Jun. 10, 17(50, and daughter of John 
Carr Jr. of North Kingston, R. I. Elnathan, moved to 
Lanesboro', ]\Iass., and afterwards to Middlcbury, Vt., where 
most of his children were born. Issue : 



1. 


Lucinda 




b. 


May 


8, 


1792. 


d. 


Jan. 


19, 


1853. 


2. 


.John Ar 


iiold, 


b. 


Jul. 


IS, 


1794. 




Feb. 


20, 


1882. 


3. 


Jane, 




b. 


Oct. 


27, 


1795. 




.Alch. 


19, 


1850. 


4. 


AVilliam, 




b. 


Apr. 


2, 


1797. 




May 


27, 


1.^58. 


5. 


Emma, 




b. 


May 


4," 


1799. 




Apr. 


1, 


1886. 


6. 


Edwin, 




b. 


May 


20, 


ISOl. 




Dec. 


31, 


1870. 


7. 


Abigail, 




b. 


Jan. 


30, 


1803. 











198 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Of these children, AbigaiF never married, and is living 
at Middlebury at the age of 90. 

1. Liicinda,' b. at Lanesboro', Mass., m. Leonard Whedon 
of Bridport, Vt., where she lived a few years, but d. at Brattle- 
boro'. No issue. 

3. Jane^ m. Levi Sperry of Cornwall, Vt., and d. Mch. 
19, 1850, without issue. 

5. Emma' m. Sep. 13, 1832, Elijah Birge of Middle- 
bury. A few years before her death, she moved to Essex 
Junction, Vt., where she d. Apr. 1, 1886. Issue: Cyrus. 
Cyrus, who is a farmer at New Haven, Vt., m. Nov. 10, 1857, 
Marietta Elizabeth Gibbs. Issue : Walter Frederic, Frankie 
W., Freddie Wallace, Emma Clara, and Marietta E. Gibbs. 

f -1-1-2. John Arnold,' oldest son of Elnathan, was 
a farmer at Middlebury, Vt. He m. Mch. 11, 1824, Fannie 
B. Keeler of Middlebury, who d. Apr. 2, 1870. Issue : 

1. Martha H., b. Jun. 12,1825. 

2. Helen, b. Aug. «. 1S26. d. Apr. 2, 1832. 

3. Marietta, b. Oct. 12, 1827. 

4. Helen Jane, b. Apr. 29, 1836. 

Of these children, Helen Jane* resides, single, at Middle- 
bury, Vt. 

1. Martha H." m. Dec. 12, 1851, Lucius Shaw, and 
resides at Middlebury. No issue. 

3. Mariette* m. Feb. 17, 1848, Alonzo Eaymond, and 
resides at Fond du Lac, Wis. Issue : 



1. 


Fannie A., 


b. Jan. 


4, 


1849. 




2. 


Henry K., 


b. Apr. 


17, 


1851. 




3. 


Helen M , 


b. Jul. 


24, 


1853. 


d. May 19, 1879. 


4. 


Martha A., 


b. Feb. 


22 


1857. 




5. 


Edwin A., 


b. Apr. 


ll! 


1861. 





•}--l-l-4. William,' secondsonof Elnathan, was a farmer 
at Middlebury, Vt. He m. Dec. 12, 1835, Sally Olmstead, 
who d. Dec. 13, 1873. Issue: 

1. Elizabeth E., b. Apr. 3, 1836. 

2. Henry W., b. May 3, 183 7. 

1. Elizabeth E.* m. Feb. 14, 1866, Josiah E. Dewey, 
and resides at Middlebury, Vt. No issue. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 199 

2. Henry W.,* who is a farmer at Middlebury, m. Sep. 
16, 1862, Abbie Martin. Issue : 

1. Martenia, b. Jan. 16, 1864. 

2. John W., b. Apr. 5, 1867. 

3. William, b. Dec. 1, 1870. 

4. Dora E., b. Aug. 5, 1873. 

Of these children, Martenia' m. Jun. 16, 1886, Willis 
Cady, and resides at Middlebury. Issue : Ralph Hammond, 
b. Aug. 29, 1891. 

f-1— 1-6. Ed\vin,' third son of Elnathan, was a farmer 
at Middlebury, and was noted for the high degree of perfection 
to which he bred the Atwood family of Spanish merino sheep 
in America. He m. Dec. 29, 1825, Alpa Olmstead, who d. 
May 1, 1871. Issue: 

1. Edwin Seymour, b. Nov. 7, 1827. 

2. George, b. May 31, 1836. 

f-1-1-6-1. Edwin Seymour* is a ftirmer, and resides 
at Marinette, Wis. He m. 1st, Oct. 5, 1848, Julia A. Cady, 
who d. Aug. 5, 1850. Issue : 

1. Julia E., b. May 13, 1849. d. May 5, 1851. 

Edwin S. m. 2d, Apr. 29, 1851, Rebecca Stewart, and had 
further issue : 

2. Eva Julia, b. May 11, 1852. 

3. Ed. Rice, b. May 14, 1854. d. Oct. 3, 1889. 

4. Hattie l^ou., b. May 5, 1858. d. Jan. 17, 1886. 

5. Dee Holeyoke, b. Dec. 2, 1863. 

Of these children, Eva Julia' m. Nov. 3, 1874, Kelsey 
Theodoi-e Waters, who was b. Jan. 11, 1846. Eva resides at 
Marinette, Wis., and has a son Theodore Hammond, b. Jun. 
10, 1878. 

4. Hattie Louwella' m. Oct. 24, 1885, Sandford J. 
Heafield, and lived at Marinette, AVis. No issue. 

t-1-1-6-2. George/ second son of EdAvin, is an exten- 
sive farmer and breeder of Spanish merino sheep at Middle- 
bury, Vt. At the death of his father, the farm and flock came 
into his hands and has since been vuider his management and 
control. He has always been identified with the agricultural 
interests of his State, and at an early age became Secretary of 
Addison County Agricultural Society, which office he held for 
many years. He was also General Superintendent of the 



200 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Vermont State Agriculturjil Society, and one of its Directors 
for nearly 20 years. He served on the Board of Selectmen of 
his town over 12 years; was Postmaster under Garfield; and 
represented his town in the General Assembly of Vermont in 
the years 1878-79, during which he was Chairman of the Com- 
mittee on Claims, He was nominated in County Convention 
in 1888 by acclamation for State Senator for two years, was 
elected by a full vote, and served as C-hairman of the Committee 
on Kail Koads, and also served as Committee on Highways and 
Bridges, and Grand List. At the State Convention held at 
Burlington in 1888 to elect Delegates to the National Eepubli- 
can Convention at Chicago, he was elected alternate for ex- 
Secretary of War Proctor. 

Mr. Hammond was one of the founders of the Vermont 
Atwood Merino Sheep Club, and has been its Secretary since 
its birth, and Treasurer all but the first two years. He spent 
most of the years 1888-90 in South America, and was in 
Buenos Ayres at the time of their revolution. 

Mr. Hammond m. 1st, Sep. 16, 1S58, Almeda L. Geer, 
who d. at San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 17, 1875. Issue: 

1. Ccorse E., b. Aiio;. 11,1859. 

2. William Fred, b. Mcli. 27, 1H61. 

3. II. S. Randall, b. Feb. TJ, 1864. 

George Hammond m. 2d, Nov. 1, 1877, Jennie M. Morrison. 
No further issue. 

1. George E.^ is a book-keeper for the Thomson-Houston 
Electric Co., and resides at Chicago. He m. May 9, 1882, 
Addie Virginia Cowles, and has issue : 

1. :\reeda Cowles, b. May 12,1883. 

2. Tom See, b. Meh. 11, 1888. 

2. William Fred,® who is a farmer at Middlebury, Vt., 
m. Nov. 1, 1880, Nellie Atwood. Issue: 

1. Be.'isie, b. Feb. 1, 18S2. d. Feb. 4, 1882.. 

2. (irace, b. Dec. 15, 1883. 

3. Raiidair is General Agent for William Decring & Co., 
manufacturers of mowers and reapers. His place of business 
is Boston, Mass., and his residence, Leicester Junction, Vt. 
He m. Sep. 1, 1887, Florence Eliza Huntley, Avho was b. 
Feb. 10, 18G5, at Whiting, Vt. No issue. 




(Jeokge Hammond. 



DESCEXDAXTS OF JOHX HAM:\[0XD. 201 



7.— xathanip:l of XEWPORT, E. I. 

f-7. Nathaniel* Hamnioiid, fifth son of* t'apt. Elna- 
than, was b. at llehohotli, ]\Iass., and lived at Xowport, K. I. 
He was a sea captain in the London trade, and d. in Jamaica, 
West Indies, :Mch. 1777. He m. Xov. 27, 1709, Elizabeth 
Pabodie, who d. in Pliarsalia, Chenango Co., N. Y., Mch. 
1811. She was a daughter of Benjaniin and Abigail [Lyon] 
Pabodie, and was directly descended fi'oni John Alden and 
Priscilla Mullins. Issue : 

1. Benjamin, b. Jan. 15, 1771. b. Jan. — , 1858. 

2. John, b. Jun. — , 1773. b. Oct. — , 1-^67. 

3. Abigail, b. d. young. 

1-7-1. Dea. Benjamin® was b. at Kehoboth, Mass., 
and d. at Norwich, Chenango Co., N. Y. He \vas a cabinet- 
maker and wheelwright at Newport, R. I., and Pharsalia, N. Y., 
where he moved about ISOJ), and made his home with his son 
John. He m. about 17110-91, Sarah Nichols, who was b. at 
Newport, R. I., Feb. 1771, and d. at Norwich, N. Y., Jan. 
1858, se. 84. Besides Polly, Joanna, Betsey, and Mary, who 
d. in infancy, they had issue : 

1 Benjamin Pabodie, b. Apr. 5, 1794. d. Feb. 19, 1876. 

2. Saniuel Nichols, b. about 1796. d. about 1848. 

3. John, b Sep. 6, l.s04. 

4. Abigail Soutlnvor(h, b. in 1S06. d. in 1869. 

5. Sarah Nichols, b. about 180.S. d. in 1.S65. 

Of these children, who were all born at Newport, }l. I., 
5. Sarah X.,' who never married, lived at Norwich, N. Y., 
with her brother John, and d. at Middleton, Wis., with her 
sister Abigail in 18()5. 

t-7-1-1. Benjaniin Pabodie' was a farmer at Onon- 
daga, N. Y., where he lived and died. He m. Jul. 4, 1838, 
Lucinda AVilcox of Onondaga, who d. there Mch. 24, 1876, 
x. 03. Issue : 

1. Sarah E., b. Feb. 4, 1845. 

2. (norge W., h. Aug. 25. 1IS47. d. Nov. 2, 1877-8. 

3. Henry C, b. Feb. 25, 1850. d. Feb. 24, 1876. 

Of these children, Sarah E/ m. Jun. 10, 1870, Edward 
Tofield, who is a farmer and boatman at Oswego, N. Y. No 
issue. 



202 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

2. George W.,* who was a farmer and lived and d. at 
Utica, N. y., m. May 14, 1876, Lucy Young, and had one 
child : 

1. Katie, b. Oct. 22, 1878. 

3. Henry C* never married, was a farmer, and lived 
and d. at Onondaga, N. Y. 

f-7-1-2. Samviel Nichols' was a mechanic and farmer 
at Claverack, Columbia Co., N. Y.. After some years he 
sold his farm and opened a dry goods and grocery store. He 
afterwards moved to Covington, Ky., where he died without 
issue, though twice married. He m. 1st, about 1821, Allida 
De La Matyr, who was born and married at Claverack, and died 
there about 1833. He m. 2d, about 1835—6, Fanny [Ray] 
McElleran, who was b. in Norwich, and d. in Brooklyn, N. Y., 
without issue by this marriage, though there were two children 
by her former marriage with Mr. McP^lleran. 

f-7-1-3. John/ who lived at Norwich, Chenango Co., 
N. Y., learned the trades of tanner and shoemaker, and later in 
life was a dealer in hides, leather, boots, shoes, etc. He m. 
Jul. 12, 1831, Elizabeth Owen, who was b. in Goshen, Orange 
Co., N. Y., Dec. 10, 1810, and d. Aug. 6, 1887, at Norwich, 
N. Y., without issue. John now resides at Greene, Chenango 
Co., N. Y. 

f-7-1-4. Abigail Southworth' m. 1st, at Pharsalia, 
N. Y., in 1824, Kev. Augustine Anderson, a Methodist clergy- 
man, who was b. in Penn Yan, Yates Co., N. Y., in 1802, and 
d. Oct. 10, 1 856, at Hartland, Niagara Co., N. Y. Mr. Ander- 
son, who was a member of the Genesee Conference, and ordained 
in 1825, preached all through western New York and northern 
Pennsylvania, and afterwards in many places in Michigan. 
Issue : Emory, Hester Ann, Sarah Maria, Charles H., Nettie A. 

Of these children, Emory/ b. at Avoca, N. Y., in 1835, 
m. in 1855, Melissa A. Smith, and had : Everett A., William 
H., and Rose R. He d. at Granger, N. Y., in 1876, and his 
widow, and his children, Everett and Rose, reside at Rochester, 
N. Y. Everett® is a reporter for the press, and is said to be 
an able young man. 

Hester A/ d. at Jerusalem, N. Y., in 1851, when quite 
younsf. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAIVOIOND. 203 

Sarah M.," b. at New Hudson in 1841, m. in 1858, 
William W. Stone, and resides at Jamestown, N. Y. Her 
children are : Clarence A. and Nettie A. 

Charles H.,« b. at New Hudson about 1843, m. in 1861-2, 
Sarah J. Heller, and lived at Little Valley, N. Y., where he 
d. in 1869. His ehildi-en were : Elizabeth, and Florence who 
d. young. 

Nettie A.,* b. at New Hudson in 1846, m. in 1871, 
Robert A. Prescott, and resides at Jamestown, N. Y. No 
issue. 

Abigail [Hammond] Anderson m. 2d, in 1858, Rev. Henry 
De La Matyr, and d. without further issue, at Middleton, Wis., 
in 1869. 

f-7-2. John,* second son of Capt. Nathaniel, was b. at Re- 
hoboth, Mass., and died with his daughter Ruth at New Hudson, 
Alleghany Co., N. Y. He was a cabinet-maker and wheel- 
wright at Newport, R. I., and Pharsalia, N. Y., where he 
moved about 1808. He m. Freelove Gardner Albro of New- 
port, who was b. in 1774 and d. Feb. 17, 1850. Issue : 

1. Nathaniel, 

2. PeiKilope Remington, 

3. Abiirail Lvon, 

4. Stephen Yates, 

5. Ruth Waldron, 

Of these children, Nathaniel, Penelope, and Abigail were 
b. in Newport, R. I., and Stephen and Ruth in Pharsalia, N. Y. 
Penelope R.,' who was an invalid and an earnest Christian, 
lived with her brothers, Nathaniel and Stephen, and died with 
her brother Nathaniel at Scio, Alleghany Co., N. Y. 

t-7-2-1. Nathaniel,' oldest son of John, who was a 
Congregational clergyman, preaching at Scio, Belmont, and 
Wells ville, N. Y., d. at Ossian, Livingston Co., N. Y. He 
was a man of decided views, strong convictions, and a good 
reasoner and sermonizer. He m. Mch. 24, 1850, Marilla 
Pearse, and had issue : 

1. William C, b. Feb. 22, 1852. d. Apr. 4, 1855. 

2. Mary Julia, b. Apr. 21, 1856. 

Mary Julia* resides at Akron, Erie Co., N. Y., never 
havins: married. 



b. 


in 




1799. 


d. 


Oct. 


31, 


1864, 


b. 


in 




1801. 


d. 


-lun. 


5, 


1855, 


b. 


Nov. 


28, 


1803. 


d. 


Feb. 


15, 


1858 


b. 


Sep. 


14, 


1809. 










b. 


Oft. 


31, 


1811. 











204 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

t-7-2-3. Abigail Lyon/ second daughter of John, 
known as Abba, was a superior woman, and a member of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, and d. at Middleton, Wis., Feb. 
15, 1858. She m. at Pliarsalia, X. Y., Aug. 9, 1821, liev. 
Henry De La IVIatyr, a INIethodist clergyman, who d. at 
J^ishop, Inyo Co., Cal., Sep. 20, 1889. Her children were: 
John Henry, b. Aug. 1822; David, b. Dec. 1<S23 ; Gilbert, b. 
Jul. 1825 ; Jane, b. 1827 ; George, b. 1829 ; Rebecca, b. 
1832; Walter, b. 1835; Elias, b. 1.S37. 

Of these children, Joliii/ David/ Gilbert/ and George* 
were clergymen in the ]\lethodist Episcopal Church ; Jane** 
in. Kev. George Chester, a Methodist clergyman, deceased, 
and now resides, with her son George, at City Point, Fla. ; 
Rebecca*^ m. liev. James Thomas, and resides with her 
daughter at Washington, D. C. ; Walter/ for many years 
Principal of Public Schools in AVisconsin, is now engaged in 
mining in western Coloi-ado ; Elias^ is a physician, practising 
in Oakland and San Francisco, Cal. 

Of these four sons, David d. in 1848, at New Hudson, N. Y. ; 
George and John, having retired from the ministry, reside at 
Bishop, Inyo Co., Cal. 

Gilbert," who has been a member of the Genesee, East 
New York. Nebraska, St. Louis, and South-East Indiana Con- 
ferences, while in Indianapolis was elected to the 46th Congress 
of the United States. In 1883 he entered the Colorado Con- 
ference, was stationed in Denver for six years, was then trans- 
ferred to the East Ohio Conference, and stationed at Akron, O., 
in 1889, Avhere he now resides. 

t-7-2-4. Stephen Yates/ second son of John, a Meth- 
odist clergyman, was licensed to preach in 1850, joined the 
Geneva Conference in 1857, and was a faithful preacher of 
the Gospel to many Churches in western New York. On 
account of ill health, he was ol)liged to give up the ministry, 
and removed to Binghamton, N. Y., in 1891, where he now 
resides. He m. 1st, Feb. 21, 1833, Martha Adams, daughter 
of Darius Adams, who was b. May 14, 1809, and d. Apr. 16, 
1863. Issue : 

1. John Diinipster, b. May 9, 1841. 

2. Cliai-les Darius, b. :Mch. 1,1844. 

Stephen Y. m. 2d, Oct. 8, 1866, Mary [Chamberlayne] 
Parsons, who was b. Dec. 20, 1833, and had further issue : 

3. Mary Steplienia, b. Jul. 7, 1868. 



DESCEXDAXTS OF JOHX HAMMOXD. 205 

Of these children, John was 1). at Xorwieh, Chenango C\). ; 
Charles Darius at Ivushfbrd, Alleghany Co. ; and ]\lary at Lyn- 
donville, Orleans Co., X. Y. 

1. John Dempster,* oldest son of Stephen Yates, grad- 
uated from Alleghany College, Meadville, Penn., with the 
degree of A. li. in '65; later received the degree of A. M. 
from the same College ; and the degree of D. D. from Union 
College in '83 ; afterwards moved to Carson City, Nev., where 
he was a clergyman in the jMethodist Episcopal Church ; and 
was also (irand Secretary of the Grand Lodge and (irand 
Chapter of Masons; and about 1<S(S,S removed to San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., where he now resides. Dr. Hammond is a member 
of the Caliibrnia Annual Conl'ercnce of the iNIc thodist Episcopal 
Church, and has for a number of years had charge of the San 
Francisco Depository of the Methodist Publishing House. He 
m. at Springville, N. Y., Kov. 21), 1(S(!(), Sarah E. Powers, 
daughter of Kev. Philander Powers, who was b. in Path, X. Y., 
Feb. 2G, 1843. Issue : 

1. Henry Powers, b. Jun. 4, 1S71. 

2. Anne Ruth, b. Jan. 10, 1878. 

Of these children, born at Carson, Xev., Henry Powers' 
is a member of the University of California, class of '1)3. 

2. Charles Darins/ second son of Ste[)hen Yates, 
served in the War of the liebellion in a New York regiment, 
being employed as a telegra])h o[)erator. He was aiterwards a 
telegraph operator at Susquehanna, X. Y., later train-despatcher 
at Albany, and finally was elected Superintendent of the 
Delaware & Hudson Canal Co. P. R., which position he now 
holds, residing at All)any, X. Y. He m. Jan. 29, 186G, 
Elnora Babcock, daughter of Brayton Babcock, M. D., of 
Friendship, X. Y., who was b. X^ov. 24, 1844. Xo issue. 

3. Mary Stephenia,^ only daughter of Stephen Yates, 
resides at Schenectady, X. Y. She m. May 15, 18'S9, AVilliam 
L. Hall, who is Foreman of the Freight Dept. of the Delaware 
& Hudson Canal Co. P. P. Issue": 1. Puth, b. Jun. 11, 
1890. 

f-7-2-5. Rnth Waldrcn,' youngest daughter of John, 
resides with her daughter Olivia at Akron, Erie Co., X. Y. 
She m. Feb. 17, 1831, "Walter Adams, a farmer, who d. at 



206 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Akron, Sep. 27, 1877, fe. 75. Issue: Olivia E. A., Byron, 
Emily, Harriet, Mary, and Frank. 

Of these children, Olivia'* m. H>. H. Newton, and resides 
at Akron, N. Y. ; Byron, ^ single, lives at Belpre, O. ; 
Emily,** or Emila, m. L. A. Stevens, Methodist minister, and 
resides at Perry, N. Y. ; Harriet* m. C. G. Stevens, Metho- 
dist minister, and resides at Akron, N. Y. ; Mary* m. Robert 
Crawford, a physician, and resides at Lu Verne, Minn. ; and 
Frank* m. Clara Kelsey, and resides at Unadilla, N. Y. 



III.— BENJAMIN HAMMOND 3d, OF ROCHESTER, 

MASS. 

|. Benjamin* Hammond 3d,* third son of John,' 
[Benjamin,* AVilliam'], was born at Rochester, Mass., Dec. 1, 
1704, and died there Jul. 19, 1758. He built a house near 
that of his father, afterwards known as the Seth Mendell Place, 
and taken down in 1856 by John Mendell, son of Seth. He 
was a man of irreproachable character, and was much respected 
in his native town, where he held many responsible offices, 
being also a captain of militia. He was an active member of 
the Congregational Church, in whose prosperity he took a deep 
interest. He did not forget that his ancestors left home and 
friends, crossed the Atlantic, and settled in the wilds of New 
England, for the freedom of worshiping according to the dic- 
tates of their own consciences. He m. about 1730 Priscilla, 
daughter of the late Samuel Sprague of Rochester, who d. 
Oct. 23, 1778, 03. 83. She was a superior woman, endowed 
with great benevolence, and with a mind ever alive to the benefits 
of the poor and helpless, who found in her a friend ever ready 
to aid them. Issue : 

1. Ruth, b. Mch. 7, 1732. d. Aug. 12, 1758. 

2. Nathaniel, b. Jul. 27, 1734. d. Feb. 1, 1827. 

* [Extract from the Will of Benjamin Hammond 3d of Rochester, Mass.] 
In the Name of God, Amen : I, Benj. Hammond of Rochester, in the county of 
Plymouth, in New England, Yeoman, under bodily infirmity, but in the exercise of 
my reason, through God's Goodness, T)o make this my last Will and Testament. 

And 1st., I desire to give my whole self, soul and body, to God in Jesus Christ, 
humbly begging liis merciful acceptance, and pardon of my many sins and Recon- 
ciliation with God through the great sacrifice that was given for the remission of sins. 
As touching my outward estate my will is that my true and loving wife, Priscilla, 
be honorably supported at equal cost between my two sons, Nathaniel and Enoch, 
and to live with that child she likes best. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 207 



3. Enoch, 


b. 


Mch. 


13, 


1735. 


d. 


]\Ich. 


12, 


1800. 


4. Prisfilla, 


b. 


Oct. 


31. 


1740. 


d. 


Jun. 


10, 


1758. 


5. Hannah, 


b. 


Dec. 


25, 


1743. 


d. 


Aug. 


28, 


1758. 



Priscilla, widow of Benjamin Hammond, m. 2d, in 1763, 
Rev. Thomas West, first pastor at North Rochester. 

Of the above children, Ruth, PriscilLa, and Hannah all d. 
sinffle at Rochester. 



2.— NATHANIEL OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f-2 . ]N^atliaiiiel,* oldest son of Benjamin 3d, was endowed 
with great strength of body and mind. He engaged in a 
variety of occupations, such as teaching school winters, and 
freighting to the neighboring seaports of Nantucket, Newport, 
etc. He was Selectman and Assessor of Rochester for 19 
years; delegate of the Constitutional Convention in 1780; 
member of the Legislature three years ; and Moderator of the 
annual town meetings of Rochester many years. During the 
War of the Revolution, he united heart and hand in tlic cause, and 
raised a company of militia, of which he was appointed captain. 
He married young, and settled on a farm inherited from his 
wife's father, situated in the northerly part of Hammondtown. 
He m, 1st, in 1756, Phebe, daughter of Nathan Hammond, 
who d. May 10, 1801, x. 63. He m. 2d, in 1803, Elizabeth, 
daughter of Jacob Hathaway, who d. Jan. 13, 1854, vc. 92. 
Capt. Nathaniel Hammond d. Feb. 1, 1827, x. 93, without 
issue. 



3._EN0CH OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

t-3. Enoch,* second son of Benjamin 3d, was a man 
of large benevolence, which was extended to all around him, 
as he studied the good of friends and neighbors. He was 
Selectman and Assessor of Rochester for over 20 years ; Mod- 
erator of the annual town meeting for many years ; held many 
other important town offices ; and was also a noted land sur- 
veyor. In the time of the Revolutionary War, the care of the 
soldiers' wives was consigned to him, his deep interest in 
them giving him the name of the "Father of the Town." 
His memory was cherished with much respect by those of the 
community who knew him personally. 



208 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

He ni. Jan. 7, 1762, Drugilla, daughter of Rev. Thomas 
West of Xorth Rochester. She \va» b. Sep. 2, 1742, and d. 
Nov. 28, 1814, X. 72. Issue: 

I.Benjamin, b. An;; 2G, 17G3. d. Jul. 7, 1S30. 

2. IJiiti), b. Feb. 12, 17G5. d. Nov. 8, 1 7(i5. 

3. 'Jliomas, b. Ahl^. 17, 17CG. d. May 1, 1804, 

4. Natbaniel, b. Jun. 20, 17G8. d. Jul. S, 1838. 

J--3-1. Beiijaiiiiii/ ohlest son of Enoch, was for many 
years engaged in the merchant service between Boston antl 
Liverpool. He was a man of much nieclianical ingenuity, and 
built the house in which he afterwards lived, Avhich contained 
many fine pieces of furniture, and other specimens of liis hand- 
icraft in wood-work. He m. Jan. 24, 1793, Elizabeth Pope, 
daughter of Sanuiel and Elizabeth Pope of Fairhaven. She 
was b. in Fairhaven, Jun. 17G7, and d. in Mattapoisett, Nov. 
16, 18')6, ic. 81>. Issue: 



1. 


Drusilla, 


b. 


Apr. 


n, 


1794. 


d. 


Jun. 


5, 


1801. 


2. 


Sylvia. 


b. 


.Alch. 


30, 


179G. 


d. 


Apr. 


^1 


1807. 


3. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


Jun. 


4, 


1799. 


d. 


Oet 


2, 


187G. 


4. 


Drusilla, 


b. 


Sei). 


23, 


1801. 


d. 


Feb. 


13, 


1871. 


5. 


'J'liunias, 


b. 


Apr. 


11, 


1804. 


d. 


.Tun. 


8, 


1809. 


G. 


Thomas Penn, 


b. 


Jun. 


^, 


1807. 


d. 


Dee. 


6, 


1879. 



Of these children, the first Drusilla and the first Thomas 
died young; and Sylvia,' Elizabeth,' and the second 
Drusilla,' who were women of more than ordinary abiUty, 
died single at Mattapoisett. Elizabeth was a tailoress, and 
Drusilla was a woman of some literary talent. 

•|-_3_1_6, Thomas Peiiii,' son of Benjamin, Avas a man 
of good judgment, vmtiring energy, and great perseverance, 
and was much respected for his integrity of character. He 
was a farmer and stone-worker, living on the old homestead. 
In his younger days he was an ensign in the State jNlilitia, his 
sword and plvmie being still preserved in his old home. His 
judgment as an appraiser of land Avas frequently sought ; and 
later in life he served as Selectman of the town of Mattapoisett. 
He m. Jan. 10, 1839, Jane [Bullcn] ]VIendell, daughter of 
Samuel and Jane [Smith] Bullen of Farmington, ]Me. She 
Avas b. in Farmington, Jan. 23, 1804, and d. at Mattapoisett, 
Apr. 4, 1881, ffi. '77, Issue: 



^i^JlV /^^7 



1. Charles Benj , b. Nov. 25, 1839. 

2. Roland, b. Feb. 14, 1842. 

3. Edward Leslie, b. Nov. 11,1844. 

4. U'm. (iarrison, b. Meh. 13, 1848. d. Dec. 13, 1890. 
6. Twin daus., b. Jun. 13, 18 JO. d. in infaney. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 209 

t-3-1-6-1. Charles Benjainiii,' oldest son of Thomas 
Penn, was for many years eng-ag-ed in the whale fishery, sailing 
from Marion, Mattapoisett, and New Bedford. He has been 
in nearly all parts of the maritime world, and good luck always 
attended him. In the Fall of 18G2, while in the bark Ocean 
Rover of Mattapoisett, the vessel with 850 bbls. of sperm oil 
was captured and burned off the Western Islands by Capt. 
Semmes of the Privateer Alabama, and all hands put into 
the ship's boats to shift for themselves. They landed on one 
of the Western Islands, afterwards reached Fayal, and Avere 
sent to Boston by the American Consul. The owners and 
crew were afterwards renumerated for their loss out oi' the 
$15,000,000 awarded the United States under the Treaty of 
Washington for damages caused to American shipping by 
privateers sent out by the Confederacy. 

During his last voyage he was first oflScer of the bark 
Hunter of New Bedford, sailing in the Arctic and Pacific 
Oceans, and making a conn)lete voyage around the world. 

Charles B. is a farmer, and resides in Hammondtown, Matta- 
poisett. He m. Aug. 15, 1871, Euphemia F. Dexter of 
Mattapoisett, who was b. Mch. G, 1845. Issue : 

1. Phemie Dexter, b. Jan. 27, 1873. 

2. Sadie Alton, b. May 9, 1875. 

3. Maria Mendel], b. Dec. 31,1877. 

4. Carrie Eunice, b. Aug. 1, 1880. d. Feb. 17, 1881. 

5. Chas. Stillnian, b. Jun. 29, 1883. 

Of these children, Phemie Dexter^ m. in 1890 Byron 
P. Dunn of Mattapoisett, where they now reside. Issue : 
Carrie Hannnond, b. Jun. 8, 1891. 

f-3-l-G-2. RolaiMl,^ second son of Thomas Penn, in 
early life was a teacher in the public schools of Mattapoisett. 
In Sep. 1862 he enlisted as a private in Co. I, 3d Reg't M. V. M., 
going into camp "Joe Hooker" at Lakeville, Mass. The 
Reg't in Oct. took steamers for the Dept. of North Carolina, 
where it remained during its term of service, nine months, taking- 
part in the battles of Whitehall, Kingston, and Goldsboro', 
which are inscribed on its flag. The Reg't left New Berne for 
Boston, in Jun. 18G3, and was mustered out at camp Joe Hooker 
on the 2Gth of the same month. Roland entered Tufts College 
in the Fall of 'G4, from which he graduated with honor in Jul. 
'68. After serving a year as Principal of Guilford Academy, 
Laconia, N. H., he commenced the study of medicine in the 
15 



210 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Fall of '69 Avith Dr. William E. Sparrow of Mattapolsett, and 
entered the Medical Dept. of Harvard University in Nov. '70. 
He received the degree of M. D. in Jun. '72, and commenced 
the practice of medicine in Bellingham, Mass., in Aug. '71. 
While in Bellingham, Dr. Hammond was Chairman of the 
School Committee, and Superintendent of Schools for ten suc- 
cessive years, and was Town Clerk and Auditor of Accounts 
three years. In Apr. 1882 he removed to the city of Brockton, 
Mass., where he now resides, a practitioner of medicine. He 
was Justice of the Peace from Jul. 1880 to Jul. 1887 ; and a 
member of the School Committee of Brockton during the years 
1886-7-8. He is a Fellow of the Mass. Med. Society; mem- 
ber of the Grand Army of the Republic ; and of the various 
Masonic Orders in Brockton, being a Past Master of St. George 
Lodge, A. F. & A. M. He is also the author of this Gene- 
alogy. 

Dr. Hammond m. Sep. 25, 1873, Mary Lucinda, oldest 
daughter of Martin and Lydia [Coburn] Rockwood of Belling- 
ham, who was b. Feb. 3, 1847. Issue : 

1. Roland, Jr., b. Jul. 29, 1875. 

Roland Jr.' is a member of the Brockton High School, 
and was recently employed in the dry-goods store of Asa AVhit- 
man, Campello. 

•|--3-l-6-3. Edward Leslie,® third son of Thomas Penn, 
is a farmer and a dealer in milk and meats, and resides at Mat- 
tapolsett. On his farm is a knoll which was once an Indian 
bvuying-ground. He is a man of untiring energy and great 
endurance. He m. in 1873, Abbie [Bolles] Mendell, widow 
of the late John Mendell, who was b. Dec. 5, 1841, and d. 
Apr. 8, 1892. Issue : 

1. Arthur Thomas, b. Dec. 6, 1873. 

2. Henry Leslie, b. Mch. 23, 1876. d. Jun. 19, 1876. 

Artliur^ resides at home, and works with his father, being 
also a member of the Fire Department. 

■J--3-1-6-4. William Garrison/ fourth son of Thomas 
Penn, commenced active life with a short wdialing cruise in the 
Atlantic Ocean. After some years of ill health he entered the 
employ of Snell & Atherton, manufacturers of shoe tools in 
Brockton, Mass. In the Spring of 1879 he returned to the 
old homestead in Mattapolsett, and assumed charge of the farm, 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 211 

and the care of his parents during the remainder of their lives. 
He m. Oct. 3, 1883, Emily [Snow] McDougal, Avho was b. 
Feb. 11, 1837. He d. Dec. 13, 1890, without issue. 

t-3-3. Thomas,® second son of Enoch, graduated from 
Harvard College and settled in New Bedford, where he Avas an 
attorney-at-law, and where he d. May 1, 1804. He m. Sep. 
24, 1792, Sarah, daughter of John and Martha [Tillinghast] 
Slocuni of New Bedford. She Avas b. Noa\ 11, 1772, and d. 
Oct. 15, LS.59, after a 2d marriage to Capt. Koland R. Crocker 
of NcAv Bedford. Issue : 

1. Henry George, b. Feb. 14,1794. d. Sep. 7,1869. 

2. Martha Slocuiu, b. Aug. 2, 1798. d. Apr. iG, 1830. 

3. William Penn, b. Dec. 23, 1801. d. Jun. 10. 1802. 

2. Martha Slociim' m. Oct. 26, 1818, Asa N. Burn- 
ham, AA'ho d. Jun. 5, 1830, and liAcd in Union Springs, Xcav 
York. Issue : 

1. Thomas Hammond, b. Nov. 14, 1819. d. in 1853. 

2. Norman Huntington, b. Jun. 12,1821. d. Oct. 1,1842. 

3. Sarah Crocker, b. Apr. 14,1830. d. Nov. 30,1834. 

1. Thomas Hammoiitr Burnham left a son, Norman 
Hammond Burniiam, b. Apr. 17, 1848. 

t-3-3-1. Henry Georg^e,' oldest son of Thomas, Avas 
a sailor in the merchant service in his younger days. Later in 
life he Avent to Cayuga Co., X. Y., and lived at Union Springs 
until the time of his death. He m. Ellen Lowry of this place, 
AA'ho Avas b. elan. 10, 1807, and d. May 29, 1874. Issue : 

1. Rowland Crocker, 

2. Martha Slocum, 

3. James Lowry, 

4. Thomas Slocum, 

5. Sarah Joanna, 

6. Elizabeth Earl, 

Of these children, Thomas,® a promising young man, d. 
at the age of 27, and Elizabeth* at the age of 18, both 
single. 

1. Rowland Crocker/ oldest son of Henry G., is a 
farmer at Union Springs on tlie homestead of his father. He 
m. Jan. 4, 1865, Cynthia E. Coe, Avho Avas b. Dec. 25, 1834. 
Issue : 

1. Lillian E., b. Oct. 10, 1865. 

2. Fred U., b. Mch. 31, 1867. 



b. 


:\ich. 


3, 


1829. 










b. 


Dec. 


22, 


1830. 


d. 


Jan. 


3, 


1872. 


b. 


Oct. 


13, 


1833. 










b. 


^lay 


1, 


1839. 


d. 


Jun. 


30, 


1866. 


b. 


Jan. 


15, 


1841. 


d. 


Apr. 


13, 


1883. 


b. 


Nov. 


9, 


1842. 


d. 


May 


2 


1860. 



212 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

3. Charles H., b. Jul. 15,1868. d. Nov. 28,1868. 

4. Flora E.. b. Jul. 3, 1869. 

5. Harriet C, b. Dec. 22, 1870. 

6. Sarah E., b. Dec. 2, 1873. 

7. Louis J., b. Jun. 10,1875. d. Apr. 3,1876. 

Of these children, Liillian^ and Hattie" are teachers in 
the pnblic schools of the State, and all are single. 

2. Martha Slocuiii,® oldest daughter of Henry G., ni. 
Apr. 22, 1857, Curtis N. Coe, who was b. at Grange, Alle- 
ghany Co., N. Y., Jun. 20, 1829. Issue: 

1. Ellen 11., b. Aug. 3, 1861. 

2. Elizabeth H., b. Jul. 7, 1864. 

3. Curtis Henry, b. Sep. 23, 1869. 

Besides the above, there were Hannah and Thomas, who d. 
in infancy. 

3. James Lowry,* second son of Henry G., is a car- 
penter, and lives at Union Springs. He m. Dec. 22, 1858, 
Hannah Shank, who was b. Dec. 16, 1836. Issue : 

1. Thomas Slocum, b. May 23, 1862. 

2. James Eugene, b. Jul. 10, 1864. 

James Eugene,® second son of James L., m. Feb. 16, 
1888, Mary E. Frawley, and lives at Pueblo, Col. Issue : 

1. Heury G., b. Dec. 23, 1888. d. Jun. 12, 1892. 

2. Naomi, b. Jul. 13, 1891. d. Jan. 13, 1892. 

5. Sarah Joanna,^ second daughter of Henry G., m. 
Xov. 30, 1860, William H. Van Sickle, an extensive farmer 
of Union Springs, Avho was b. May 12, 1836. Issue: 

1. Henry Hammond, b. Sep. 10, 1803. 

2. Rowland, b. Jul. 31, 1874. 

Mr. Van Sickle m. 2d, Feb. 12, 1885, Nellie H. Burlew. 
Henry H.," son of AVilliam Van Sickle, m. Mch. 22, 1885, 
his cousin, Elizabeth H. Coe, daughter of Curtis N. Coe, and 
resides in Wellington, Kan. Issue : Curtis William. 

f-3-4. Nathaniel Esq.," third son of Enoch, lived on 
the old homestead, where his father and grandfather had lived 
before him, and was a farmer and Justice of the Peace. He 
m. 1st, Oct. 23, 1791, Lucy Barstow, daughter of Gideon and 
Jane Barstow. She was b. Mch. 25, 1772, and d. Oct. 20, 
1802. Issue : 

1. Enoch, b. Feb. 25, 1793. d. Mch. 9, 1793. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 213 

2. Prisoilla Sprague, b. Jan. 13,1795. d. Mch. —,1844. 

3. Enoch, b. Jul. 21, 1798. d. in 1816. 

4. Rufus, b. Sep. 26, 1800. d. Jul. 25, 1801. 

Nathaniel m. 2d, Oct. 80, 1803, Prisoilla, daughter of Noah 
and Eunice Hanunond, who was b. Jul. 21, 1783, and d. Dec. 
12, 1820. Issue: 



5. 


Rufus, 


b. 


Aug. 


7, 


1805. 


d. 


Aug. 


10, 


1854. 


6. 


William Penn, 


b. 


Sep. 


23, 


1807. 


d. 


Oct. 


14, 


1807. 


7. 


John Wilke.s, 


b. 


Oct. 


22, 


1808. 


d. 


Sep. 


23. 


1843. 


8. 


Lucy Barstow, 


b. 


Mch. 


16, 


1810. 


d. 


Apr. 


20, 


1810. 


9. 


Nathaniel, 


b. 


Feb. 


24, 


1813. 


d. 


Jun. 


28, 


1870. 


10. 


Elizabeth Pope, 


b. 


Nov. 


9, 


1815. 


d. 


Jan. 


8, 


1870. 


11. 


Benjamin, 


b. 


May 


11, 


1818. 











Of these children, Priscillti Sprague^ m. Jul. 3, 1816, 
Lazerus LeBaron, son of Kev. Lemuel LeBaron, minister in 
Mattapoisett. Lazerus was a farmer, and lived on the Lot 
Jones place in Mattapoisett. Issue : 

1. Enoch Hammond, b. Apr. 5, 1817. d. Mar. 9, 1892. 

2. Jane Loring, b. Jul. — , 1818. 

3. Lucy Barstow, b. Dec. — , 1826. 

4. Elizabeth Allen, b. Jun. — , 1831. 

Of Priscilla's children, Enoch Hiiniinoiid** m. Florilla, 
daughter of Capt. Joseph Taber of Mattapoisett. Issue : 
Sarah, Enoch, Alonzo, Charles, Joseph, and Jennie. 

f-3-4-5. Rufus,' fourth son of Nathaniel, was a ship- 
carpenter at Mattapoisett, and was drowned in the harbor by 
the capsizing- of a boat. He m. Lucy, daughter of James 
Purrington, but had no issue. 

f-3-4-10. Elizabelii Pope,' youngest daughter of 
Nathaniel, m. Jul. 1844, Lazerus LeBaron, wlio afterwards 
moved to Turner, Me., where he d. Jul. 29, 1864. Issue : 

1. Francis, b. Oct. 22, 1850. 

2. Alton S., b. Jan. 10, 1854. 

Of these children, Francis* is a contractor; and Alton 
S.* is a commission merchant, residing at Newton Centre, 
Mass. 

f-3-4-7. John Wilkes,' sixth son of Nathaniel, was a 
ship-carpenter, and lived at Mattapoisett. He m. Feb. 8, 
1835, Maria Louisa, daughter of Dr. Wilbur Southworth, who 
d. Apr. 10, 1886. Issue: 

1. John Wilkes, Jr., b. Dec. 16, 1837. 

2. Eudora Frances, b. Dec. 5, 1839. 



214 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Of these children, Eudora Fi'iince.s® m. Dec. 26, 1869, 
Hiram K. Johnson, who was b. Oct. 19, 1839, and is a machinist 
at Somerset, Mass. No issue. 

|_3_4_7_1. John Wilkes Jr.« entered Tufts College 
in '57, and graduated at the head of his class in '61. After 
that he taught school until Sep. ^62, in which month, being 
then the Principal of the High School in Tisbury, he one 
morning resigned, bidding farewell to the school, and enlisted 
as a private in Co. I, od Reg't M. V. M. He served with his 
company in North Carolina, returning with the regiment to 
Boston, Mass., in Jun. '63, at the expiration of his term of 
service, nine months. He then taught school, and in the Fall 
of '64 began the study of law in the Law School at Harvard 
University, and in the office of Sweetser & Gardner in Boston. 
He was admitted to the Bar at Cambridge in Feb. ^66, and 
practised law in Cambridge and Boston, being City Solictitor 
of Cambridge from 1873 to 1886. In Mch. 1886 he was 
appointed to a seat upon the Bench of the Superior Court of 
Massachusetts, where he now is. He has resided in Cambridge 
since Mch. 1866. 

Judge Hammond m, Aug. 15, 1866, Clara Ellen, daughter 
of Prof. Benjamin F. Tweed of Cambridge, Mass., Avho was 
b. Apr. 2, 1842. Issue: 

1. Frank Tweed, b. Mch. 1, 1870. 

2. Clara Maria. b. Jul. 21,1881. 

3. Joliii Wilkes, Jr , b. Aug. 7, 1884. 

Of these children, Frank Tweed,' a graduate of the 
Academical Dept. of Harvard University, is at present a student 
of law. 

Judge Plammond received the honorary degree of LL.D. 
from Tufts College in Jun. 1891. 

f -3-4-9. Nathaniel/ seventh son of Nathaniel, was a 
ship-carpenter, and lived at Mattapoisett. He m. Feb. 13, 
1839, Mary, daughter of Larnet and Polly [Dexter] Hall. 
Issue : 

1. Martha Burnham, 

2. Nathaniel Herbert, 

3. Larnet Hall, 

4. Thomas West, 

5. Mary Eliza, 

Of these children, Nathaniel Herbert* d. at the age of 
21, and Larnet Hall* at the age of 32, both single. 



b. 


Jan. 


1, 


1840. 


d. 


Sep. 


23, 


1840. 


b. 


Auij. 


3, 


1841. 


d. 


Ju. 


7, 


1862. 


b. 


Mch. 


20, 


1844. 


d. 


Feb. 


19, 


1876. 


b. 


Jun. 


26, 


1850. 










b. 


Nov. 


13, 


1858. 


d. 


Feb. 


27, 


1862. 



%^^ ^ 




Judge Johx W. Hammond 




DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 215 

t-3-4-9-4. Thomas West,* in early life a physician, 
afterwards studied and practised law at Minneapolis, Minn., 
from 1885 to 1889, when he moved to Tacoma, Wash., where 
he now resides. He m. Dec. 23, 1876, Desire, daughter of 
Edwin and Mary [Hiller] Purrington of Mattapoisett, who 
was b. Mch. 3, 1858. Issue: 



1. 


Nathaniel Herbert, 


b. 


Oct. 


16, 


1878. 


2 


Edith May, 


b. 


May 


19. 


1881. 


3. 


Thomas West, Jr., 


b. 


Jul. 


28, 


1887. 


4. 


Carrie Alurphy, 


b. 


Jun. 


3, 


1890. 



t-3-4-11. Benjamin,' eighth son of Nathaniel, was a 
blockmaker, and formerly lived in Fairhaven, Mass. He m. 
Ist, Oct. 1839, Elizabeth, daughter of Job Kandall of Matta- 
poisett, who d. Oct. 1856. Issue : 

1. Sophia Adelaide, b. May 6, 1841. 

2. Joshua Bowles, b. Feb. 22, 1847. 

Benjamin m. 2d, Jul. 12, 1858, Mary Ann Briggs, who d. 
Nov. 4, 1892. Benjamin moved to Turner, Me., in 1859, 
where now he resides. Issue : 

3. Hart Briggs, b. May 31, 1860. 

1. Sophia Adelaide' m. Nov. 6, 1859, Wilson B. 
Hudson, a sailmaker at Mattapoisett, who was b. Jul. 27, 
1838, and d. Oct. 6, 1886. Issue: Elizabeth Peakes and 
Helen Bourne, both of whom d. young. 

f -3-4-1 1-2. Josliiia Bowles,' oldest son of Benjamin, 
is a farmer and carpenter, and lives at South Hanson, Mass. 
He m. Jan. 31, 1864, Tamar Bourne, who was b. Apr. 17, 
1846. Issue : 

1. Joshua Wilson, b. Dec. 12, 1864. 

2. Nellie Elizabeth, b. Aug. 31, 1866. 

3. Francis Alton, b. Sep. 2, 1868. 

4. (Jeorge Albert, b. May 17, 1872. 

5. Hattie Leslie, b. JuL 22, 1876. 

Of the above children, 1. Joshna Wilson' is a freight 
clerk for the Old Colony II. R. , and resides at South Hanson. 
He m. Jul. 30, 1890, Eliza Miriam Dearborn, who was b. 
at Chelsea, Mass., Jun. 19, 1873. Issue: 

1. Lillie Frances, b. Apr. 29, 1892. 

2. Gilbert AVilson, b. Aug. 20, 1893. 

2. IS'ellie Elizabeth' m. 1st, Mch. 1, 1882, John W. 
Lane, who d. Jul. 14, 1884, without issue She m. 2d, 



216 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Dec. 30, 1888, George W. Tarr, a shoemaker, b. at Glouces- 
ter, Mass., Oct. 28, 185(). Issue: Hattie Leslie, b. Jul. 5, 
1889 ; and Lottie Mildred, b. Oct. 24, 1892. 

3. Francis Altoii^ resides at South Hanson, and is fitting 
for college ; and George Albert® is a farmer at South Han- 
son. 

t-3-4-11-3. Hart Brigg^s,* youngest son of Benjamin, 
is a farmer, and resides at Turner, Me. He m. Sep. 26, 1885, 
Minerva Stella Davis, who was b. in Naples, Me., Feb. 25, 
1865. No issue. 



IV— EOWLAND^ HAMMOND OF PLYMPTON, MASS. 

f. RowlaiKr Haiiiiiioiul, fourth son of John, ^ [Benja- 
min,^ AVilliam'], was b. at Rochester, Oct. 30, 1706, and d. 
at Plympton (now Carver), Mass., Jun. 16, 1788. He 
moved to what is now North Carver in 1739, and was a farmer 
and sheep-raiser. He m. 1st, in 1731, Ann AVinslow, daughter 
of Dea. Samuel Winslow of Rochester, who was b. in 1709 
and d. in 1734. Issue : 

1. Rowland 2d, b. in 1731. d. Sep. 7, 1810. 

2. George, b. Jun. — , 1734. d. Jan. 14, 1782. 

RoAvland m. 2d, Sep. 4, 1737, Lydia Bonum, who was b. 
in 1698, and d. Jan. 23, 1756. 

He m. 3d, May 5, 1757, Mary Southworth, who d. Mch. 3, 
1788. No issue by the second and third marriages. 

f-l. Dea. Rowland 2d,' who never married, outlived 
his brother, Capt. George, and after the latter's death brought 
up his children. When Rowland became old his brother's 
children cared for him. 

•f-2. George,* second son of Rowland, who was a captain 
of militia, was a farmer on the homestead of his father at 
Carver, Mass. He m, 1st, Nov. 1759, Lucy Sturtevant, who 
was b. in 1737, and d. Aug. 25, 1772. Issue : 

1. Lydia, 

2. Anna, 

3. Molly, 

4. Lucy, 

5. (ieorge 2d, 

6. Hannah, 



b. 


Nov. 


15, 


17G0. 


d. 






b. 


Apr. 


18, 


17G2. 


d. 






b. 


Mch. 


17, 


1764. 


d. 


Jul. 20, 


1785. 


b. 


May 


20, 


iTcr.. 


d. 


JNIay 9, 


1842. 


b. 


May 


4, 


1768. 


d. 


about 


1795. 


b. 


Aug. 


1, 


1770. 


d. 


Sep. 1, 


1810. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAIMIMOND. 217 

Capt. Georo:e in. 2d, Nov. 1773, Betsey Thomas, who d. 
Mch. 20, 1787. Issue: 



7. 


Betsey, 


b. 


Mc-h. 


28, 


1774. 


<1. Sep. 


20, 


1851. 


8. 


Tlioiiias, 


b. 


Jim. 


G. 


177G. 


(1. Dee. 


9. 


1825. 


9. 


lienjaniin. 


b. 


Dec. 


10, 


1778. 


(1. Dec. 


2, 


1825. 


10. 


Prisfilla, 


b. 


Jan. 


«, 


1781. 


d. Nov. 


13, 


1826. 



Of Capt. George's children, Molly" never married, and 
died at Carver, Mass. 

1. Lydia/ ohlest daughter of Capt. George, lived and d. 
in Minot, or West Minot, Me. Siie m. Nov. 9, 1780, James 
Murdoch, who was b. in 1754, and d. at Springfield, Me., in 
1850. Issue : James, George, Lucy, Mary, Hannah, Lydia, 
and Clarissa. 

2. Anna,® second daughter of Capt. George, who was 
quite a poetess, lived, and died in middle life, at New Gloucester, 
Me. She m. Nov. 18, 1779, Dr. William Bridgham, who was 
b. in 175G, and, after marrying a second time, d. Aug. 4, 
1837, 33. 81. Issue: Dr. AVilliam Jr., Joanna, Dr. Thomas, 
Lucy, George, Caroline, and Nancy. This was quite a noted 
family. 

4. Lvicy,* foui'th daughter of Capt. George, lived and d. 
at Hebron, Me. She m. Aug. 2, 1787, Samuel Roland Bridg- 
ham, brother of Dr. William, who was b. in 17(53, and d. Jul. 
4, 1837, X. 74. Issue: INIercy, Samuel Koland, Alexander, 
Sophia, Derrick, Thomas, Stafford, and Dr. Koland Hammond. 



5._GE0RGE HAMMOND 2d, OF WORCESTER CO., 

MASS. 

f. George® Hammond 2d, oldest son of Capt. George,^ 
[Rowland,'* John,^ Benjamin,^ AVilliam'], Avas b. at Plympton, 
Mass., now Carver, May 4, 1708, and moved after his mar- 
riage, probably to some part of Worcester Co., perhaps AA'orces- 
ter, where he died of an acute illness about 1795. He had the 
reputation of being an intelligent and thrifty man, and is said 
to have acquired money rapidly after going to Worcester Co. 
He m. Oct. 2, 1788, Lucy Southworth of Plymouth, Mass., 



218 HAMMOND GEXEALOGY. 

who a few years after his death m. Cnpt. Nathaniel Luther.* 
The family afterwards moved to Windsor, Berkshire Co., Mass., 
where Lucy, widow of George Hammond, died about 1830. 
Issue : 

1. CxeorcTG, Sr., b. May 20, 1790. d. Dec. 30, 1869. 

2. llowiand, b. in 1792. d. 

^-2. RoAvlancl,' second son of George, who was a car- 
penter, lived first for some years in Canada. About 1818—19 
he moved to Gorham, Ontario Co., N. Y., where he afterwards 
lived, and Avhere he probably died. He m. about 1816 Lydia 
Crane, and had issue : 

1. Samuel, b. in 1818. d. 

2. Henrietta, b. in 1.S20. d. 

3. Nath'l AValter, b. about 1822. d. 

But little is known in regai'd to these children, the following 
scanty information being all that it has been possible to obtain. 

1. Samuel^ is said to have learned tlie trade of shoemaker 
while living in Canada. He afterwards, in company with his 
father-in-law, is said to have carried on the manufacture of 
shoes at Hartford, or New Haven, Conn., and later to have 
had an extensive shoe establishment, perhaps a shoe store, in 
Boston, Mass. Sometime after 1840, he went to St. Louis 
and married, and* returned to Connecticut. His wife afterwards 
died in Boston, and a few years later he went to California, and 
may be living there now. 

2. Henrietta* married, and perhaps lived in Canada, 
nothing further being known of her. 

3. Nathaniel Walter,* after residing some years with 
his mother, went to Canada, it is said, to live with his mother's 
brother, and afterwards attended school there. In the time of 
the California gold fever he started for that State. The vessel, 
after leaving some South American port, was never heard from, 
and is supposed to have been lost in doubling Cape Horn. 
Still it is possible that he escaped and may be now living. 

* Lucy [Soniliwortli] Hammoiurs cliihlrcn by Capt Luther were: Cnlvin Ham- 
mond, Hiuvey. L inisn, and Lydia. Of these children, Calvin m. Fanny Youn^love, 
(laujrlitcr of Jiid<re Younslove, and lived at or near Naples, Ontario C'>., N. Y. 
Harvey m. 1st, Anise Blodgett, and '2d, a (lauf?hter of Judge Younglove. Louisa m. 
Henr)'" Porter; and Lydia m. 1st, a Mr. Ferris, and 2d, a Mr. Gritman. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 219 

(L)_CtEORGE SR. of CRAWFORD CO., OHIO. 

f-l. George Sr.,^ oldest son of George 2d, learned the 
trade of earpenttr and cabinet-maker with David Carlisle, 
with whom he afterwards moved to Geneva, N. Y. Here he 
Avorked at his trade some years with Resolved AVhite, and 
accumulated enough property to buy a farm in Gorham, Ontario 
Co., N. Y. In 1(S22 he moved to what is now Auburn town- 
ship, Crawford Co., Ohio, where he pre-empted 160 acres of 
land, which is noAv owned and occupied by his son George Jr. 
He was a member of the Baptist Church, and was a man much 
esteemed and respected by his neighbors. He m. 1st, in the 
Winter of 1812, Sarah P., daughter of Daniel White, one of 
the descendants of Resolved AVhite, who came over in the 
Mayflower in 1G20. Sarah P. AVhite, b. in Pomfret, Conn., 
moved to Windsor, Berkshire Co., Mass., and later to Gorham, 
N. Y., where she was afterwards married to George Hammond. 
She d. at Auburn, O., Apr. 4, 1840. Issue : 

1. Albert, b. Feb. 25, 1813. d. Mch. 23, 188G. 

2. Alfred, b. Jul. G, 1815. d. Aug. 28, 1840. 

3. llarvey, b. Mch. 12, 1S18. d. Sep. G, 184G. 

4. Anna, b. Sep. 12, 1820. 

5. George, Jr., b. Jun. 2G, 1824. 

6. Rowland W., b. Oct. 24, 1829. d. Feb. — , 186C. 

7. Sarah, b. Sep. 28, 1833. d. Meh. 9, 1854. 

George Hammond Sr. m. 2d, in 1841, Mrs. Abigail [Gam- 
bell] Gruesbeck, but had no further issue. 

Of the children of George Sr., Albert, Alfred, Harvey, and 
Anna were born at Gorham, N. Y., and George, Rowland, and 
Sarah at Auburn, O. 

f-1-1. Albert,® oldest son of George Sr., a farmer and 
a man of fine reputation, lived at Likens, Crawford Co., O. 
He m. Aug. 1834 Catherine Gruesbeck, who d. at Likens, 
Feb. 26, 1864, x. 47. Issue: 



d. Oct. — , 1848. 



Of these children, 1. Almira' m. 1st, Oct. 10, 1854, 
James Miller, who d. INIay 5, 1864. Issue: Albert H., 
Izora, Alvira, Elbert Philip, and Frances Marion. 

Almira m. 2d, Dec. 13, 1872, Jacob Johnson, and lives at 
Plankton, Crawford Co., O. Issue: Corma Ellis. 



1. 


Almira, 


b. 


Mch. 


12, 


1835. 


2. 


Alvira, 


b. 


Feb. 


24, 


1839. 


3. 


Philora, 


b. 


Nov. 


18, 


1842. 


4. 


Orlando, 


b. 


Sep. 


fv 


1847. 


5. 


Ellen D., 


b. 


Sep. 


3', 


1848. 


6. 


Lucv, 


b. 


Aug. 


22, 


1851. 



220 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

2. Alvira^ m. Feb. 24, 1859, J.acob Rhodes, and lives at 
Bloomville, Seneca Co., O. Issue: Eva A., Elmer E., 
Charles, Nellie, Odessie, Nettie G., and Ira D. 

3. Pliidora^ m. Apr. G, 1862, J. Wesley Parks, and lives 
at Balsam Lake, Polk Co., Wis. Issue: Alva D., Ira H., 
Olive, and Ella. 

5. Ellen Delora" m. Mch. 12, 1868, Sidney Brown, 
and lives at St. Croix, Polk Co., Wis. Issue: Bertha, Inez 
M., Olive, Frank H., Mary M., and Ada O. 

6. Lucy" m. Dec. 13, 1878, James Ely, and resides at 
Balsam Lake, Polk Co., Wis. Issue : James Alton and Nellie 
Floy. 

f-1-2. Alfred,^ second son of George Sr., a substantial 
farmer and respected citizen, lived formerly at Tiro, Crawford 
Co., but moved to Likens in 1844. He m. Nov. 9, 1837, Julia 
A. Hulse, and had issue : 

1. Calvin, b. Sep. 25, 1838. 

■|-_1_2-1. Calvin/ a machinist, m. at Tiffin, Ohio, Sep. 
14, 1856, Eva Stroup, and resided at Likens and Bloom, Ohio, 
and Paris, iSIich. Issue : 

1. Kowlan.l W., b. Oct. 30, 1857, at Likens, Ohio. 

2. Eloda Ann, b. Dec. 1, 1860, at Bloom. Ohio. 

3. Mary Jane, b. Dec. 13, 1868, at Paris, Mich. 

Of these children, Rowland W.,'" a farmer at Likens, 
m. Aug. 22, 1880, Sarah E. Miller. Issue: 

1. Albert, b. May 22, 1881. il. Apr. 25, 1886. 

2. Lvdia May, b. Oct. 19. 1882. 

3. Ralfela M., b. Mch. '25, 1884. d. Apr. 19, 1886. 

4. llattie Bell, b. Feb. 5, 1886. 

5. Altie Pearl, b. Aug. 8, 1888. 

2. Eloda A.'" m. in 1881 Daniel Livensparger, and lives 
at Bloomville, Seneca Co., Ohio. Issue: Daisy May, Lewis 
Earl, Ethel, Koy, Mary, Jacob, and Harvey ; all dead, except 
Ethel and Koy. 

3. Mary J.'" m. Nov. 6, 1887, George W. Fortny, and 
resides at Carothers, Seneca Co., Ohio. Issue: 

1. Adelbert, b. Oct. 2, 1888. 




AxxA IIammom) Xi;\vkii;k. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 221 

f-1-3. Harvey® Hanimoncl, who remained single, re- 
sided the most of his life with his father, whom he assisted in 
his farm-work, which he was obliged to relinquish on account 
of failino; health. He was a ""reat reader and a kind and obedi- 
ent son. 

f-1-4. Anna,^ oldest daughter of George Sr., moved to 
Ohio in Feb. 1822. At the age of 17, her mother's failing- 
health caused the care of her father's family to devolve princi- 
pally upon her. After her father's second marriage in 1841, 
she taught school a few terms. She m. Jul. 2, 184G, Coi'nelius 
L. Ncwkirk, and went to Leroy, Calhoun Co., ]Mich., Avhcre she 
resided eight years, and where her three oldest children wei-e 
born. In 1854 the family moved to Oceola township, Stark 
Co., 111., where the next two children were born. In 1861) 
the family removed to Macon Co., Mo. Mr. C. L. XcAvkirk, 
who was in early life a teacher, d. May 11, 1886. Issue : 



1. Garrett, 

2. Sarah Amelia, 

3. Mary FAhi, 

4. John Alfred, 

5. George H'd, 




b. May 3, 1847. 
b. :\lay 1, 1851. 
b. Mch. 25, 1854. 
b. Oct. 18, 185G. 
b. Oct. 3, 1859. 








Of these children, 
Goldsberry, Mo. 


2. 


Sarah,' who is 


single. 


resides 


at 



1. Garrett," b. in Leroy, ]Mich., graduated in 1868, from 
the Rush Medical College, Chicago ; practised medicine eight 
years in Macon Co., Mo., and Woodford Co., 111. ; medicine 
and dentistry two years. Since then dentistry exclusively, tak- 
ing a course in the Chicago College of Dental Surgery, in 
which institution he was afterwards Professor of Hygiene and 
Dental Irregularities. He m. Dec. 1872, Martha E. Martin, 
and is a dentist at Chicago, 111. Issue : 

1. John M., b. Oct. 30, 1879. 

3. Mary Ella" m. in 1883, Dr. Charles Van Wye, and 
lives at Browning, Mo. Her children are : Mattie and Alfred. 

4. John Alfred" m. in 1890 Jennie Russell and resides 
at Ethel, Mo. No issue. 

5. George Haniinond Newkirk" m. in 1888, Flor- 
ence Wright, resides at Goldsberry, Mo., and has a son, Earle. 

t-1-5. George* Hammond Jr., a successful former 



222 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

and genial man, lives at Tiro, Crawford Co., Ohio. He m. 
1st, in 184G, Amelia Gruesbeck, who d. Feb. 1851. Issue: 

1. Einma, b. Apr. 27, 1847. 

2. Fillmore, b. Jun. 9, 1849. 

George Jr. m. 2d, in the Spring of 1855, Mary Lewis, 
who d. Apr. 1882, and by wliom he had two daughters : 

3. Irene, b Sep. 27, 185G. 

4. Sarah, b. Nov. 17, 1863. 

George Jr. m. 3d, in 1883, Alice Victoria Mclaron, by 
whom there is no issue. 

Of these children, Emma' m. Nov. 25, 1866, Rev. B. 
Frank Crouse, a Lutheran clergyman, b. Mch. 16, 1840. 
Their present residence is Muncie, Delaware Co., Ind. Issue : 
Corbie C, Justus H., Lulu A., Tliirzie F., and Emma May. 
Corbie m. Mch. 16, 1891, Frank W. Jordan, and lives in 
Nebraska. 

2. Fillmore/ an industrious farmer, resides at Ida Grove, 
Ida Co., Iowa. He m. 1st, Feb. 25, 1872, Josephine Crouse, 
who was b. in Auburn, Ohio, Oct. 24, 1871, and d. Sep. 27, 
1880. Issue : 

1. Charles Ellsworth, b. Apr. 19, 1873, in Auburn, Ohio. 

2. Geston Lyle, b. Sep. 9, 1874, in Auburn, Ohio. 

3. Norah Amelia, b. Mch. 14, 187G, in Aul)urn, Ohio. 

Fillmore m. 2d, Dec. 9, 1882, Elian Boney, who was b. 
Jun. 13, 1852, at Beaver, Pa. Issue : 

4. ]\huule May, b. Feb. 12, 1884, in Ripley, Huron Co., Ohio. 

Charles Ells"Wortli'° is now attending a commercial col- 
lege in Omaha, Neb. 

3. Irene, ' second daughter of George Jr., m. Nov. 29, 
1877, Theo. C. Gruesbeck, and lives in Lorane, Whitley Co., 
Ind. No issue. 

4. Sarali,' who is single, lives with her sister, Irene., in 
Lorane, Ind. 

■f--l-6. liowlaiid W/ HaiiimoiMl, a teacher and later 
in life a merchant, was a scholarly and well-read man. He 
was also quite a politician, and during the ten or eleven years 
that he resided in Wyandotte Co., Ohio, held town or county 
office nearly all the time. He afterwards removed to Gallon, 
Ohio, where he engaged in mercantile pursuits. He m. in 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HA3IMOND. 223 

1851, Martha J. jMillcr, and both d. in Kirby, Wyandotte 
Co., Ohio. She, in Oct. 18(35, and he in Feb. 18G6, leaving 
their four girls orphans. Rowland Hammond and wife are 
buried at Galion, Ohio. Issue : 

1. Emeline, 1>. Mav 9, 1852. 

2. Sarah Matilda, 1». Fell. 12, 1854. 

3. Amelia, h. May 30, 1857. 

4. Ida J., b. Aii<,'. 31, 18G2. 

Of these children, 1. Emeliiie'' m. Oct. 31, 1857, Eoss 
Cuykendoll, and resides at Plymouth, Richmond Co., Ohio. 
Her children are : Fred, P^'ank, and May. 

2. Sarah Matilda,^ or Tillie as she is called, m. Sep. 
27, 1873, John Brokaw, and resides at Plymouth, Ohio. Her 
children arc : Guy L., Gertie, and Ida. 

3. Amelia" m. Oct. 1874, m. George Rittenowe, resides 
at Missoula, Montana, and has a son : 

1. Clifford Hammond, b. Oct. 17, 1878. 

4. Ida J.' m. Oct. 21, 1880, Mahlon A. Thomas, and 
resides at Fostoria, Ohio. No issue. 

t-1-7. Sarah Hainiiioiid," the pet of the family, resided 
with her father until her marriage to Henry Van Orsdoll, Aug. 
7, 1851. They resided at Columbia City, Ind. Issue: 

1. Anna Amelia, b. Feb. 3, 1853. d. Apr. 14, 185G. 

2. George Hammond, b. Feb. 27, 1854. 

George Hamiiioiid Van Orsdoll,^ b. in Whitley Co., 
Ind., near Columbia City, m. in that city, Jul. 19, 1881, 
Sarah E. Thatcher, and now lives in Marion, Grant Co., Ind. 
His children are : Walter Hammond, Lorena E valine and 
Vivian Zoe. 



[Mendell Note.] 

6.— HANNAH OF ACUSHNET, MASS. 

t-2-6. Hailiiah,^ fifth daughter of Capt. George, after 
her marriage, lived near the "Half Way Ponds" in Plymouth, 
Mass. After the birth of her third child Seth, the family 
removed to what is now Acushnet, Mass., where she afterwards 



224 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

lived, and where she d. Sep. 1, 1810. She m. Oct. 2, 1791, 
Ellis Mendell, who was b. Mch. 20, 1763, and d. Jun. 12, 
1849, and was a son of Seth and Mary Mendell. Issue : 



1. 


Mary, 


b. 


Jan. 


28, 


1793. 


d. 


Jun. 


9, 


1878. 


2. 


Lucy, 


b. 


Oct 


30, 


1794. 


d. 


Oct. 


12, 


1821. 


3. 


Seth, 


b. 


Nov. 


29, 


179G. 


d. 


Feb. 


9, 


1836. 


4. 


George, 


b. 


Sep. 


4, 


1798. 


d. 








5. 


John, 


b. 


Sep. 


15, 


1800. 


d. 


Apr. 


7, 


1811. 


6. 


Hannah, 


b 


Aug. 


18, 


1802. 


d. 


Jun. 


1, 


1834. 


7. 


Anna, 


b. 


May 


15, 


1804. 


d. 


INI ay 


15, 


1808. 


8. 


Ellis, 


b. 


Jun. 


27, 


180G. 


d. 








9. 


Lydia, 


b. 


Jun. 


11. 


1809. 


d. 


]\Iay 


) 


1810. 



Of Hannah's children, Mary' m. Capt. Silas Stetson, and 
lived at North New Bedford. Issue: George M., Lucy, 
Henry, Mary M., Lucy M., Thomas S., Betsey S., and Han- 
nah. 

2. Lucy' m. Saulisbury Blackmer, and lived at New Bed- 
ford. Issue : Hannah, vSeth, and Charles. 

4. George' m. Jane Allen, and lived at Acushnet. Issue: 
Albert A., George H., Katie, Lucy, Hannah, Augustus H., 
and Henry Russell. 

6. Haiiliali' m. Peleg H. Stetson, and lived at New Bed- 
ford. Issue : Capt. Charles, Nancy Bourne, and Jane S. 

8. Ellis' m. Catherine Allen, and lived at Acushnet. 
Issue : Mary, Jennie, Seth, and Ellis. 

3. Setli,' oldest son of Hannah, was a captain of militia, 
and lived in Mattapoisett on the Enoch Hammond place, after- 
wards the residence of his son, Nathaniel Hammond, Escj. He 
m. Dec. 3, 1822, Jane Bullen, daughter of Samuel and Jane 
[Smith] Bullen of Farmington, Me. Issue : 



1. 


John, 




b. 


May 


20, 


1824. 


d. 


Jan. 


24, 


1865. 


2. 


Henry, 




b. 


Aug. 


20, 


182G. 


d. 


Oct. 


16, 


1828. 


3. 


Ilcnry 


'2d, 


b. 


Jul 


8, 


1829. 


d. 


Mch. 


19, 


1885. 


4. 


Maria, 




b. 


Dec. 


4, 


1831. 


d. 


Jun. 


2 


1841. 


5. 


Ellis, 




b. 


Jun 


H, 


1834. 










6. 


Jane, 


« 


b. 


Aug. 


1, 


183G. 


d. 


Jul. 


15, 


1838. 



Of these children, Henry, Mai-ia, and Jane d. young. 

1 . Joliii* was a farmer and store-keeper, and inherited 
his father's homestead. He m. Ist, about 1849, Sarah L. 
Barstow, who was b. Apr. 27, 182(5, and d. Apr. 27, 1857. 
Issue : 

1. Lucy Ann, b. Jan. 5, 1851. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 225 

John m. 2d, Jim. 20, 1858, Abbie Bolles, who was b. Dec. 
5, 1841, and d. Apr. 8, 1892. Issue : 

2. Clara, bf Jul. 15,1859. d. Oct. 24, 1885. 

3. Charles S., b. Nov. 29, 1861. 

4. John Clifford, b. Feb. 5, 18G3. d. Oct. 24, 18G5. 

5. Ellis L., b. Apr. 9, 1865. 

Of John's children, 1. Lucy Ann' m. Jun. 19, 1870, 
Robert B. Stratton, and lives at Santa Barbara, Cal. No issue. 

3. Charles Stetson" formerly Supt. of the Economic 
Electric Manufacturing- Co., Brockton, Mass., is now Electri- 
cian for the New Bedford Electric Railway. He m. Dec. 6, 
1888, Carrol B. Dennis of Mattapoisett, Mass., and had issue : 

1. Annie Dennis, b. Dec. 4, 1891. 

2 John Dennis, b. Sep 12, 1893. 

4. Ellis Lincoln* is an expressman and lives at Matta- 
poisett. He m. Jan. 1, 1890, Madie A. Clark. No issue. 

3. Henry 2(1/ third son of Seth, was in early life a 
whaler, sailing from New Bedford. He was afterwards a 
farmer at Amboy, Oswego Co., N. Y., where he d. Mch. 19, 
1885. He m. Jan. 3, 1857, Martha J. Stewart, who was b. 
Jul. 30, 1833. Issue: 



1. 


Charle.s, 


b. Jun. 


30, 1859. 


d. Feb. 8, 1861 


2. 


George, 


b. Nov. 


4, 1861. 




3. 


Henry H'd, 


b. Aug. 


22, 1864. 




4. 


Mary, 


b. Aug. 


G, 1867. 




5. 


Ellis, 


b. Oct. 


6, 1871. 





Of the above children, 3. Henry' is a locomotive engineer 
on the Rome & Watertown R. R., New York. 

2. George," who is a farmer at Amboy, m. Feb. 3, 1887, 
Helen Stacy. Issue : 

1. Henry Babcock, b. Nov. 1, 1891. 

5. Ellis/ fourth son of Seth, is assistant postmaster at 
Mattapoisett. He m. May 6, 1858, Mary A. Slocum, who 
was b. at New Bedford, Aug. 22, 1837. Issue: 

» 
d. Sep. — , 1862. 



]. 


'Jane Crapo, 


b. 


Jul. 


9, 


1859. 


2. 


Henry, 


b. 


Sep. 


— , 


1862. 


3. 


Kate Clifford, 


b. 


Mch. 


4, 


1863. 


4. 


Harriet Maria, 


b. 


Mch. 


7, 


1868. 



Jennie is a telegraph operator at Mattapoisett ; Kate, 
a dressmaker ; and Harriet a typewriter at New Bedford. 

16 



226 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

•\-2-7 . Betsey,*' sixth daughter of Capt, George, lived 
and died at Barnard, Vt. She m. Mch. 30, 1791, Capt. 
Ebenezer Atwood, who was b. in 1773, and d. Apr. 24, 1841. 
Issue : 



1. 


Betsey H'd, 


b. 


Jan. 


21, 


1800. 


d. 


Nov. 


22 


18C3. 


2. 


Ebeiiezur, 


b. 


Mch. 


29, 


1802. 


d. 


Jan. 


— , 


1869. 


3. 

4. 


Priscilla, 
(leoriru H'd, 


b. 
b. 


Jan. 
ISIay 


10, 
24, 


1.S04. 
1810. 


d. 


Mch. 


12, 


1812. 


5. 


Joseph, 


b. 


Sej). 


19, 


1813. 


d. 


Jan. 


21, 


1814. 



1. Betsey Haiiiiiioiid,^ who lived at Barnard, m. May 
20, 1823, John Tucker, who was b. Sep. 3, 1798, and d. May 
7, 1874. Issue: Lucian A., Priscilla W., Lucian C, Caro- 
line M., Betsey A., Abbie, and Ebenezer A. 

Of these children, Ebeii A.,** who is a farmer at Barnard, 
m. Oct. 24, 1865, Mary E. liichinond, and has a daughter 
Carrie M. 

2. Ebenezer/ oldest son of Betsey, who was a farmer 
at Barnard, m. Apr. 1, 1824, Elvira Tucker, who was b. at 
Barnard, Jun. 12, 1805, and d. at Malone, N. Y., Apr. 17, 
1871. Ebenezer was in the Legislature many years, and held 
other public offices. Issue : Joseph Foster, Seth, Thomas 
Hanunond, George Alexander, Elizabeth Penn, Charles, John 
Tucker, Nancy Ann, Oliver Augustus, Ebenezer, Irving Her- 
bert,. Myron Winslow, and Lucia Elvira. 

Of these children, J. Foster^ is a thriving and successful 
farmer at Malone, N. Y. He m. Dec. 20, 1849, Sarah A. 
Parker, and has a daughter Lizzie, b. Mch. 1865. 

4. Georg'e Hanimoiid,' second son of Betsey, is a 
farmer at Malone, N. Y. He m. 1st, Mch. 20, 1834, Mary 
N. Culver, who was a descendant on her father's side from 
Henry Adams who settled at Braintree, Mass., about 1640. 
Issue : Emma, Elizabeth, William Penn, George A., Samuel, 
Benjamin Hammond, Parker, Mary J., Caroline Ward, and 
Addie G. George Hammond m. 2d, Jan. 1, 1876, Josepha 
F. [Thompson] Tucker. No further issue. 

Of these children, the five sons all served in the late Civil 
War. 

Samuel,'* the third son, graduated at the Albany Law School 
in 1867 ; practised law at Adell, Iowa, '6S to '71 ; moved to 
Ellsworth, Kan., and practised law from '71 to '83 ; prosecuting 
attorney for tAvo years, and Mayor of Ellsworth for several 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAJBIOND. 227 

successive terms ; in '83 retired from practice of law, and settled 
in North Easton, Mass. Samuel m. 1st, Dec. 23, 1871, Mrs. 
Minnie Brown, and had Samuel, and two daughters, who d. in 
infancy. He m. 2d, Jul. 31, 1879, Mrs. Mattie A. Levering, 
and had a dauuhter Carrie. 



d. 


.Jul. 


22, 


1833, 


d. 


Jan. 


16. 


1891, 


d 


Nov. 


15, 


1837 


d. 


Nov. 


2, 


1881, 


d. 


Mch. 


30, 


1845, 


d. 


Jul. 


29, 


1824. 



8._TH0MAS HAMMOXD OF CARVER, MASS. 

f. Tiionias/ second son of Capt. George" [Rowland,' 
John,^ Benjamin,^ AYilliam'], was a farmer, inheriting his 
father's homestead. He m. Dec. 25, 1800, Persis Cobb, who 
was b. Aug. 21, 1780, and d. Apr. 9, 1851. Issue: 

1. Anna Winslow, b. Jan. 25,1802. d. Mch. 11,1830. 

2. BoLscy Thomas, b. Dec. 1, 1803. d. Oct. 11, 18-13. 

3. Thomas, Jr., b. Jan. 10,1806. d. Sep. 2. 18G4. 

4. Persis Cobb, b. Nov. 13, 1807. d. Mch. 31, 18S1. 

5. Mary, b. Jan. 20, 1810. d. Nov. 30, 1882. 

6. Almira, b. Mch. 2, 1812. 

7. Melissa Cobb, b. Mch. 16, 1814. 

8. William, b. Mch. 20, 1816. 

9. Georo-e Winslow, b. Apr. 26, 1818. 

10. Nehemiah Cobb, b. Jul. 23, 1820. 

11. Roland, b. Jun. 29, 1822. 

Of Thomas's children, Rowland d. young; and Aiiiir<l,' 
William/ and IVelieiiiiah^ d. single. William' was a 
shoemaker, and Nelieiiiiali^ a physician. 

1. Anna WinsloAv/ oldest daughter of Thomas, who 
lived at Carver, m. Sep. 29, 1825, Earl Shaw, who Avas b. 
May 31, 1799, and d. Mch. 11, 1830. Issue : Anna,^ avIio 
m. 1st, Dr. Charles A. King of Carver, and had : Sarah 
Austin. She m. 2d, Joshua L. Nash of Abington, Mass., and 
had : Emma Hammond and Alice Louise. 

2. Betsey Thomas/ second daughter of Thomas, lived 
at Boston and at Easton, Mass. She m. May 13, 1832, 
Daniel Reed, who was b. Mch. 22, 1797, and d. Oct. 2, 1879. 
Issue: Charlotte Augusta (?), Almira Hammond, Melissa 
Cobb, Olive Janette, and Thomas. 

4. Persis Cobb/ third daughter of Thomas, who lived at 
Easton, Mass., m. Feb. 10, 1828, Daniel Reed, who, after her 
death, married her sister Betsey Thomas. Issue : Persis Ham- 
mond, who resides, single, at Easton Centre, Mass. 



228 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

5. Mary,'' fourth daughter of Thomas, lived at North 
Carver, Mass. She m. Apr. 19, 1832, Thomas Cobb, who 
was b. Alio:. 17, 1808, and d. Aug. 25, 1886. Issue : Mary 
Thomas, Abnira Hammond, and Kev. Solon. 

Of Mary's children, Mary** m. Kodolphus Crocker, and 
had a daughter Juliette; Aliiiira" m. William H. Barrows, 
and has a grandson Dudley Hammond Barrows, living in New 
York City ; Rev, Solon,® who is a clergyman at Erie, Penn., 
m. Hannah D. Anthony, and has a son : Willie Anthony. 

7. 3Ielissa Cobb,' sixth daughter of Thomas, lived many 
years in Boston, but afterwards moved to Cottage City, Mass., 
Avhere she d. Jan. 16, 1891. She m. Dec. 31, 1837, Samuel 
Virgin, who was b. Jul. 4, 1808. Issue: Charlotte Augusta 
and Kev. Samuel Henderson. 

Of Melissa's children, Charlotte Aug'usta** m. Dec. 6, 
1887, Sylvester J. Lee, and lives at Cottage City; Rev. 
Samuel Heiulerson® m. Dec. 24, 1868, IsadoreF. Blodgett 
of Boston, and is a clergyman in New York City. Issue : 
Mabelle Hammond, Frederic Oakham, and Edith Meriam. 

9. Georg'e Wiiislo^v,' second son of Thomas, was a 
farmer, and lived for a time at Hardwick, Mass. He afterwards 
moved to and died at Winchester, N. H. He m. Nov. 29, 
1865, Lucia Bert, who was b. Dec. 27, 1831. No issue. 

f-3. Thomas Jr.,' oldest son of Thomas, was a former 
on the old homstead at Carver, jNIass. He m. Jun. 16, 1833, 
Lydia Shaw, who was b. Mch. 1, 1811. Issue: 

1. Lnoian Thomas, } ^ c m loo^ d- Jul- 30, 1862. 
., T T Af • } 'i- Sep. 10, 1834. 

2. Lvdia iMaria, {> 

3. AVilliam, b. Jun. 30, 1842. d. Sep. G, 1893. 

4. Charlotte Eliz., b. Jan. 20, 1849. 

Of these children, Lucian Thomas® was a Sergeant in 
the 2d Inf. M. V. M., and d. at Harrison's Landing, Va. 

2. Lydia Maria® m. Apr. 9, 1862, Benjamin W. Rob- 
bins, and lives at North Carver. Issue : Annie Hammond, 
John Sprague, Lucian Thomas, Evelyn Florence, and Maurice 
Fletcher. 

4. Charlotte Elizabeth,® who resides at North Carver, 
m. Nov. 24, 1874, Andrew li. Fames, a farmer, who was b. 
Aug. 21, 1845, and d. Apr. 21, 1882. Issue : Embert Hath- 
away, Mabelle Hortense, and Flora Isabel. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 229 

f-3-3. William^ was a boot and shoe dealer at Sedalia, 
Mo. He m. Oct. 6, 18 69, Harriet V. Kicliardson, who was 
b. Aug. 12, 1846. Issue: 

1. William Lee, b. Aug. 15, 1871. d. Jim. 4, 1881. 

2. Lucian T., b. Jun. 16, 1.S73. d. Jun. 1,1881. 

3. (irace, b. Jul. 11, 1877. d. Jun. 15, 1881. 

4. jNIary Richardson, b. Feb. 22, 1879. d. Jun. 14, 1881. 

5. Alice Maud, b. Nov. 30, 1880. 
6 Ralph Dana, b. Jan. 30. 1883. 

7. Irving Richardson, b. Jul. 9, 1885. 

8. Harriet Lydia, b. Jul. 29, 1887. 

Of these children, William Lee was born at East Bridge- 
water, Mass., and the others, except the youngest, at Nebraska 
City, Neb. 



1. 


Priscilla P., 


b. 


Aug. 


28, 


1804. 


2. 


Lucy, 


b. 


May 


18, 


1806. 


3. 


Benjamin, Jr., 


b. 


Apr. 


8, 


1808. 


4. 


Josiah S., 


b. 


May 


10, 


1810. 


5. 


Hannah, 


b. 


Jun. 


16, 


1813. 


G. 


(ieorge, 


b. 


Jun. 


21, 


1S15. 


7. 


Roland, 


b. 


Sep. 


15, 


1818. 



9. -BENJAMIN HAMMOND OF EAST CARVER, MASS. 

f. Beiijaniin® Haiiiiiiond, third son of Capt. George,* 
[Rowland,^ John,^ Benjaniin," A^'illian^'], was a farmer, and 
lived at East Carver, Mass. He m. in tlie Fall of 1803, 
Hannah Sturtevant, who was b. in Nov. 1779, and d. Mch. 11, 
1870. Issue : 

d. Feb. 23, 1887. 

d. Aug. 29, 1892. 

d. Jan. 31, 1891. 

d. Nov. 28, 1886. 

d. Jun. — , 1857. 

d. May 19, 1819. 

1. Priscilla P.,' oldest daughter of Benjamin, who lived 
in Plymouth, Mass., m. Apr. 1821, Reuben Sherman, who 
was b. Mch. 2^, 1797, and d. Apr. 25, 1879. Issue : Eliza- 
beth D., Priscilla, and Reuben. 

2. Lucy,' second daughter of Benjamin, who lived in 
Carver, m. Oct. 1824, Benjamin Ransom, who was b. Aug. 
23, 1806, and d. Apr. 27, 1864. Issue : Benjamin, and Dr. 
Nathaniel Morton of Taunton. 

5. Haiiiiali,' third daughter of Benjamin, who lived in 
Plymouth, Mass., m. in 1841 Roland E. Cotton of Plymouth, 
who was b. Jan. 4, 1802, and d. Feb. 27, 1856. Roland 
Cotton was one of the famous line of Cottons, who filled the 



230 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

position of Register of Deeds at Plymouth for 133 years in 
succession. Issue : Hannah Sophia, Sarah Louisa, and Augusta 
Delfthaven. 

f-3. Benjamin Jr.,^ oldest son of Benjamin, was a 
farmer, and lived on his father's place in East Carver. He m. 
Jul. 31, 1831, Mary Sherman, who was b. Mch. 10, 1809. 
Issue : 



1. 


Mary Ann, 


b. 


Aug. 


1 


1832. 


2. 


Henry Taber, 


b. 


Jan. 


25, 


1834. 


3. 


Susan Augusta, 


b. 


Dec. 


2, 


1835. 


4. 


Maria Thompson, 


b. 


Nov. 


23, 


1837. 


5. 


Lucy, 


b. 


Aug. 


15, 


1839. 


6. 


Sarah A., 


b 


Jan. 


17, 


1842. 


7. 


Julia Francis, 


b. 


Apr. 


20, 


1853. 



Of these children, Sarali^ and Julia^ have never mar- 
ried, and reside with their mother at East Carver. There was 
also a daughter Cordelia,® who d. young, Aug. 8, 1852. 

1. Mary Ann,^ who resides at East Carver, m. Apr. 
1866, Lorenzo Shaw, who was b. Jul. 1823. No issue. 

2. Henry Taber/ only son of Benjamin Jr., was for- 
merly a sailor, but is now a lumberman, residing at East Carver. 
He m. Mch. 31, 1858, Betsey Shaw, who was b. Jul. 19, 
1835. Issue: 

1. Waker Franklin, b. Oct. 2,1858. 

2. Arnold Lester, b. Jun. 30, 1873. 

3. Susan Angusta,* second daughter of Benjamin Jr., 
m. Jan. 11, 1879, Thomas Hathaway, and resides at Middle- 
boro', Mass. No issue. 

4. Maria Thonip>son,® third daughter of Benjamin Jr., 
who resides at Brockton, Mass., m. Aug. 28, 1860, Junius 
Blanchard, a book-keeper, who was b. Aug. 28, 1836. Issue : 
Eunice Capen, b. Jul. 27, 1862. Eunice Capen^ m. Dec. 
12, 1888, Horace M. Locke, a physician, and lives in Brockton. 
Issue: 1, Dean Jewett, b. Feb. 14, 1890; 2. Louise, b. 
Jun. 12, 1892. 

5. Lucy,** fourth daughter of Benjamin Jr., who resides 
at Plymouth, Mass., m. Apr. 9, 1862, Benjamin Wliiting, 
who was b. Aug. 13, 1839. Issue : Herbert Franklin, b. 
xVug. 13, 1871. 





JosiAH S. Hammond, M.D. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMIMOND. 231 

f-4. Josiali S.,' second son of Benjamin, gTaduated in 
medicine at Dartmouth Colleg-e, X. H., in 1834. He settled 
in Pl^niipton, Mass., where he practised his profession nearly 
half a century, and d. at the ripe age 76, much respected. 
Dr. Hammond m. 1st, at New Bedford, Mch. 5, 1835, Mary 
A. Taber, who d. soon after, without issue. He m. 2d, Nov. 
25, 1<S38, Betsey Parker, who was b. May 9, 1818. Issue : 

1. Josiah P., b. Nov. 24, 1839. 

2. William Penn, b. Sep. 25, 1844, 

t-4-1. Josiali P./ oldest son of Dr. Josiah, is a farmer, 
and lives at Plympton, Mass. He has been Town Clerk of 
Plympton for a number of years, and has held many other 
important tOAvn offices. He m. 1st, Jul. 3, 1864, Celia INIyrtis 
Bisbee, who d. Mch. 3, 1884. Issue : 

1. Myrtis Bisbee, b. Apr. 11, 18G5. 

2. Rachel M., b. Jul. 4, 1867. d. Mch. 7, 1891. 

3. William Penn, b. Jun. 16, 1869. 

4. Arthur B., b. Jul. 20, 1878. 

Besides the above children. Amy F., Fred \\., and Grace 
E. d. young. 

Josiah P. m. 2d, Oct. 21, 1885, Martha Young, and had 
further issue : 

5. Roland Orr, b Mch. 24, 1889. 

Of Josiah Parker's children, Myrtis Bisbee^ m. Dec. 23, 
1888, Josiali A. Holmes, and lives at Brockton. No issue. 

2. Rachel M.^ m. Feb. 5, 1883, Elmer Bradford, and 
lived at Plympton. Issue : Blanche Myrtis, b. Oct. 30, 1885. 

3. AVilliani P." is a machinist, and lives at AYest Lynn, 
Mass. He m. Nov. 22, 1891, Lucia J. Snow. 

t-4-2. William Penn/ second son of Dr. Josiah 8., 
is a successful physician, residing at Charlcstown, Mass. He 
graduated from Amherst College, class of '69, and took his 
M. D. at Harvard in '73, ranking well in his class. He m. 
Sep. 17, 1873, Sarah Abbie [Harrub] Cole, who was b. Jun, 
24, 1846. Issue : 

1. Bessie Parker, b. Jul. 9, 1874. 

f-6. George,^ third son of Benjamin, was a fanner, and 
for many years resided at North Abington, Mass. In 1864 he 
moved to Lockeford, Cal., Avhere he now resides at the ripe age 



232 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

of 77. He in. 1st, Nov. 6, 1834, Susanna Shaw, who was b. 
Apr. 21, 1816, and d. Nov. 29, 1874. Issue: 

1. Delia Marcella, b. May 30, 1S36. 

2. Susan Lucretia, b. Jan. 13, 1839. 

3. Roland (i.'orge, b. May 16,1842. 

4. Josiah Sliaw, b. Sep. 10, 1844. 

5. Horace Alfred, b. Aug. 7,1847. 

6. Hannah Sturtevant, b. Dec. 12, 1849. 

7. Clara Cobb, b. Nov. s; 18.53. d. Nov. 12, 1889. 

8. John Culver, b. Oct. 19, 1856. 

The above children were born at North Abington, Mass. 
George Hammond m. 2d, Mch. 19, 1866, Mrs. Mary J. 
[Bartlett] Smith. No other issue. 

1. Delia Marcella,* oldest daughter of George, m. 
Apr. 30, 1885, Dr. Dean J. Locke, who was b. Apr. 16^ 1823, 
and d. May 4, 1887. They reside at Lockeford, San Joaquin 
Co., Cal. Issue : Luther Jewett, Ada, Horace Mann, M. D., 
Harvard '86, Nathaniel Howard, Ida, Mary, William Williard, 
Hannah, John Calvin, Edward Moor, Eunice, George Ham- 
mond, and Theresa. 

2. Susan Lucretia,^ second daughter of George, who 
also lives at Lockeford, m. May 15, 1859, George Shepley 
Locke, a farmer, who was b. Oct. 30, 1830. Issue : Sarah 
A. J., Elmer Hammond, George Franklin, Wallace H., Almy, 
Lilla, John G., Mertice, Franklin Hammond, and Almy G. 

■j-_G-3. Roland George,* oldest son of George, is a 
farmer, residing at Lockeford, Cal. He m. Nov. 12, 1876, 
Rebecca Taylor, who was b. Nov. 15, 1856. Issue : 

1. Alice Edna, b. Oct. 8, 1877. d. Jun. 15, 1884. 

2. Alberta Josephine, b. Aug. 24, 1879. 

3. (ieorge, b. Feb. 6, 1881. 

4. Estella May, b. May 21,1883. 

5. Ina Pearl, b. Aug. 18, 1885. 

6. Nellie, b. Dec. 10, 1890. 

f-6-4. Josiali Sliaw,^ second son of George, graduated 
from the State Normal School, California, in '68, and from the 
Cooper Medical College, San Francisco, in '73, and is now a 
physician residing at Butte City, Montana. He m. Dec. 25, 
1867, Ann Eliza vSimpson, who was born at St. Louis, Mo., 
Sep. 23, 1851. Issue: 

1. Emma Louise, b. Jul. 4, 1869. 

2. Kate T., b. Apr. 3, 1871. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 233 

3. Hattie, b. Jan. 13, 1873. 

4. Delia, b. Oct. 6, 1881. d. Sep. 1, 1891. 

5. Nelson, b. Sep. 22, 1883. 

6. Benjamin, b. Jun. 5, 1885. 

t-6-5. Horace Alfred,* third son of George, is an engi- 
neer, and lives at Oakland, Cal. He m. 1st, Apr. 7, 1880, 
Dolly McGregor, who was b. in San Francisco in 1857, and 
d. in Oakland, Cal., Nov. 25, 1884. Issue: 

1. Amy Evelyn, b. Oct. 9, 1881. 

Horace Alfred m. 2d, Nov. 20, 1886, Anna Elizabeth Hayes. 
No issue by the second marriage. 

6. Haiiiiali Sturtevaiit,* tliird daughter of George, Avho 
lives at Lodi, Cal., m. Mch. 17, 18G7, Thomas Bush Geffroy, a 
farmer, who was b. in Newport, 11. I., Apr. 4, 1834. Issue : 
Mabel, Carrie, Bertha, Arthur, Richard, Susie, and Amy. 

7. Clara Cobl),* who lived at Cahto, Cal., in. Jun. 24, 
1872, Ivev. Orville Allen Koss, who Avas b. at Uxbridge, 
Mass., Oct. 8, 1852. Issue: Nettie Taylor, Eva, Orville 
Clarence, Edith, Talford Allen, and Arthur Hastings. 

Orville A. Ross, his wife Clara, and his son Arthur, were 
all killed, Nov. 12, 1889, near Lockeford, Cal. 

•]--G-8. John Culver,® fourth son of George, is a farmer 
at Lockeford, Cal. He m. Sep. 21, 1872, Lucie Jane Coil, 
who was b. in Lincoln, 111., Dec. 25, 1864. Issue: 

1. Horace Coil, 1). May 2, 1883. 

2. Alice Ethel, b. Oct. 2, 1884. 

t-2-10. Priscilla,'' youngest daughter of Capt. George, 
was b. at Carver, Mass., Jan. 8, 1781, and d. there Nov. 13, 
1826. She m. Mch. 22, 1804, Gen. Ephraim Ward, who was 
b. in 1778, and d. at Carver, Apr. 10, 1856, and was a Briga- 
dier in the Mass. Vol. Militia. Issue : 

1- Eliab, b. Jul. 1, 1805. d. May 12, 1892. 

2. Priscilla, b. Apr. 19, 1808. d. Oct. 17, 1871. 

3. Ephraim, b. Oct. 15, 1810. d. Dec. 25, 1873. 

4. Betsey, b. Jan. IG, 1S13. d. Sep. 4, 1844. 

5. (Jeorge, b. Sep. — , 1815. d. Aup;. 29, 185G. 

6. Mary, b. Mch. 9, 1818. d. Sep. 18, 1841. 

Of these children, Mary' d. single at the age of 23 at 
Carver. 

1. Eliab' graduated from Dartmouth College, class of '31, 



234 HAM3IOXD GENEALOGY. 

and later was a Brigadier in the State Militia. He afterwards 
became a successful lawyer and Justice of the Peace, residing 
at Middleboro', Mass. He represented the town in the Legis- 
lature during several sessions, and was elected to the Senate in 
1843. He retii'cd from active life some years before his death. 
He Avas a remarkably Avell-prcserved man for one of his years, 
his mind being as bright and active as that of a much younger 
man. 

His advanced age and retentive memory enabled him to render 
very material assistance in the pi-eparation of this Genealogy, 
and the writer recalls many pleasant interviews with him on the 
subject. He m. Oct. 17, 18G2, Prudence Holmes, who Avas b. 
Feb. 17, 1806, and d. Sep. 17, 1875. No issue. 

2. PriseilliV m. Mch. 21, 1835, Peleg H. Stetson of New 
Bedford, avIio was b. Jan. 1800, and d. Jan. 26, 1867. Issue : 

1. Mary, b. Sep. — , 1S3S. d. Jul. — , 1861. 

2. Sprague, b. Feb. 12, 1.S41. 

Spra.arue/ who is a farmer at Lakeville, Mass., m. Dec. 
13, 1864, Thalia Weston, Avho was b. May 2, 1841. Issue: 
George Ward and Jane. Georg'e Ward^ is a graduate of 
Dartmouth College, and an attorney at jNIiddleboro' and Boston. 

3. Epliraim' was also a graduate of Dartmouth College, 
and a lawyer of some note at Middleboro'. He m. 1st, Nov. 
1850, Margaret Washburne of Frankfort, Me., Avho was b. in 
1821, and d. in 1884. Issue: Mary Helen, b. in 1855, and 
d. in 1885. 

Ephraim m. 2d, a Mrs. Van Arne, but had no other issue. 

4. Betsey' m. May 27, 1841, Horace Holmes, who was 
b. in 1809, and d. in 1855, and lived at Kingston, ]Mass. 
Issue : Mary Ward, b. Jul. 1842. 

5. Georg'e' m. Oct. 1, 1840, Caroline L. Leonard, b. 
May 28, 1817, and lived at Lakeville, Mass. No issue. 



v.— JOHN HAMMOND JR. OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Joliii^ Haninioiid Jr., fifth son of John,'' [Benja- 
min,^ AVilliam'], born at Rochester, iSIass., Sep. 4, 1716, and 
died there Dec. 20, 1785, succeeded to and carried on his 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 235 

father's farm. He married about 1740, jNIary Riiggles, daughter 
of Timothy Ruggles, second minister in Rochester, and had 
issue : 



1. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


ffan. 


9, 


1742. 










2. 


Tiinotliy, 


b. 


Feb. 


25, 


1744. 




Dec. 


4, 


17.S3. 


3. 


Elnathan, 


b. 


Jul. 


20, 


174G. 




Jan. 


16, 


1750, 


4. 


I^Iolly, 


b. 


Feb. 


10, 


1750. 










5. 


John 3d, 


b. 


Jill. 


IG, 


1753. 




Dec. 


— 


•, 175; 


6. 


John, 


b. 


Nov. 


2 


175G. 










7. 


Benjamhi, 


b. 


I\Ich. 


30,' 


1759. 










8. 


Hannah, 


b. 


Jan. 


19, 


1763. 




Jan. 


2 


1793 



Of these chikh-en, Elnathan* and the first John* d. 
young ; Hannah* died single, at the age of thirty ; and 
Molly,* John,* and Benjamin,* all single, lived on the 
"Old Homestead." They adopted two young people, Abel 
Howes and Deborah Rng-g-les, who afterwards married 
and assumed the care of these old people, and received the 
farm as a compensation. Hence the " Old Homestead " is now 
known as the "Howes Place." 

f-l. Elizabeth* m. Sep. 17, 17G9, Rev. Bezaliel ShaAv, 
who was b. in 1738, graduated from Harvard College in 1763, 
and preached at Xantucket, ^Nlass. They had one daughter, 
Elizabeth,^ who was b. in 1772, m. Dr. Andrew Craigie of 
Cambrid^•e, and d. there May 7, 1841. 



2.— TIMOTHY OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

t-2. Timothy,* who inherited the northern part of his 
father's farm, m. Sep. 25, 1767, Deborah, daughter of Roger 
Hammond, Avho was b. Oct. 15, 1746. Issue : 

1. Timothv 2d, b. An<r. 10, 1768. d. Oct. 20, 1851, 

2. Betsey," b. Feb. 12, 1770. d. 

3. Deborah, b. Jun. 1, 1773. d. 

4. Susannah' R., b. Nov. 3, 1776. d. 

Of these children, 2. Betsey" m. Feb. 12, 1795, Ebenezer 
Rogers^and lived on the "Caswell place" in "Hammondtown," 
in what is now Mattapoisett. No issue. 

3. Deborah'' m. in 1799, Asa Swift of Wareham, and 
lived in Fairhaven, Mass. Issue : John and Asa or Aseph. 



23<-> HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

4. Siisaiiiiali Rug-g-les" m. Ascph Price, who was a 
sailor, and son of Thankful Hannnond (daughter of Xathan 
Hammond), and Asa Price. They lived in Mattapoisett, but 
had no issue. 

•J--2-1. Timothy 2d,'' who resided on his father's place, 
m. Jun. 1791, Betsey LeBaron of Plymouth, Mass., who d. 
Jan. 18, 1854, a3. 90, and had twelve children : 

1. Deborah, b. Jan. 9, 1793. d. in 1886. 



2. 


]\Imy, 


b. 


Dec. 


1, 


1795. 


d. 


Jul. 23, 


1864. 


3. 


Bc'zaliel Sliaw, 


b. 


Dee. 


12, 


1797. 


d. 






4. 


J >e Baron, 


b. 


Feb. 


14, 


1799. 


d. 


Dec. 4, 


1879. 


5. 


Ebenezer Rogers, 


b. 


:\rch. 


6, 


1801. 


d. 






G. 


Timothy, 


b. 


Dec. 


19, 


1803. 


d. 


in 


1838. 


7. 


Elizabeth Rogers, 


b. 


Apr. 


2. 


1805. 


d. 






8. 


Andrew Craigie, 


b. 


Apr. 


5, 


1808. 


d. 


Mch. 3, 


1889, 


9. 


Samuel W., 


b. 


Apr. 


23, 


1810. 


d. 






10. 


P^rederick H., 


b. 


Jun. 


15, 


1812. 


d. 


Jul. 7, 


1859. 


11. 


Emily, 


b. 


Sep. 


4, 


1814. 








12. 


Harriet W., 


b. 


Sep. 


2 


1816. 









1. Deborah,^ when a girl went to live with Dr. Andrew 
Craiijie in Cambridge. She afterwards m. Daniel HastinQ-g 
and lived in Boston, and d. in Brattleboro', Vt., in 1886. 
Issue: Francis E., Daniel, Louis W., Horace, Emily, and 
Isabella. 

2. Mary^ m. 1st, Jul. 19, 1832, Moses Davis, a mariner, 
and son of Mercy Hammond (daughter of Moses Hammond) , 
and Joseph Davis, and lived in " Hammondtown," Mattapoisett. 
Issue : Lemuel and Thomas, twins, and Mary Elizabeth. 

]Mary m. 2d, James Hammond, son of Capt. Gideon Ham- 
mond. No issue. 

3. Bezaliel Shaw,' a bachelor, known as "Shaw," in 
early life was in the merchant service. Later he was a dealer 
in crockery and glassware in Boston. Afterwards he went to 
New Orleans and engaged in trading, and died there more than 
thirty years ago. 

f-2-1-4. LeBaron/ second son of Timothy 2d, also in 
the merchant service, sailing from New York City, afterwards 
kept a market in Brooklyn, N. Y., where he d. Dec. 4, 1879. 
He m. Maria Weed of New York City, who was b. Apr. 13, 
1811, and d. Oct. 19, 1888, and had issue : 

1. Emily Attaline, b. Apr. 27, 1833. 

2. Maria Louisa, ? i x-' i q loo- d. Jul. 13, 1880. 
„ ^r T?r } b. Feb. 8, 183o. ' 

3. Mary Eliza, ^ ' 



b. 


Feb. 


7, 


1838. 










b. 


]\Iay 


7, 


1840. 


d. 


Jan. 


25, 


1842. 


b. 


Oct. 


25, 


1841. 










b. 


Jan. 


24, 


1843. 










b. 


Dec. 


12, 


1845. 


d. 


Aug. 


8, 


184 7. 


b. 


Nov. 


12, 


1847. 


d. 


Sep. 


22, 


1855. 


b. 


Mch. 


15, 


1850. 


d. 


Jan. 


22! 


1880. 


b. 


May 


12, 


1852. 










b. 


Jul 


1, 


1854. 











DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 237 

4. Ann Augusta, 

5. Josephine, 
C. Rachel Frances, 

7. (Tcorge Le Baron, 

8. William Henry, 

9. Harriet Almira, 

10. (leor^rianna Weed, 

11. Ella Elizabeth, 

12. Caroline Adelaide, 

Of these children, Josephine, William H., and Harriet A. 
d. in childhood; and Mary Eliza, liachel Frances, and P^lla 
Elizabeth are all single. 

1. Emily A.** m. iSIay 2, 1855, John ^V. Haskins, and 
had issne : John Wesley, Minnie Louise, Josephine AVeed, 
and Florence LeBaron. 

2. Maria L/ m. Jun. 1, 1858, Jeremiah V. Spader, and 
had issue : Annie Vanderbilt, Louise Hammond, Nellie Van- 
derbilt, Charles Furman, and Willard Burtis. Louise H. m. 
Nov. 29, 1884, George D. Selden, and has Maria Louise and 
George D. 

4. Ann A.' m. Aug. 7, 1866, Stephen M. Ostrander, 
but has no issue. 

7. George L..^ m. Oct. 22, 1867, Jennie Eisenhart, is a 
ship-chandler in New York City, and resides in Brooklyn. 
Issue : 

1. George LcRoy, b. Sep. 26, 1878. d. Jun. 29, 1882. 

2. Edna Virginia, b. Nov. 30, 1882. d. Nov. 29, 1890. 

3. Jessie LeBaron, b. Mch. 19, 1885. 

10. Georgrianna ^^.' m. Apr. 20, 1871, Tennis D. 
Huntling, and had issue : Grace Madison, Ethel LeBaron, 
and George Hammond. 

12. Caroline A.« m. Oct. 10, 1877, Frank W. Chadsey. 
No issue. 

t-2-1-5. Ebenezer Rogers,' third son of Timothy 2d, 
in early life Avas a cooper in the whaling service, and lived at 
Fairhaven, Mass. He m. about 1827, Lovica Jenney, who 
was b. in 1814, and d. May 31, 1862, and had one child : 
1. George Frank, b. Dec. 11, 1831. 

Eben R. afterwards went South, became a trader on the 
Mississippi River, and probably d. at New Orleans. He is said 
to have married a second time, and probably had further issue. 



zoo HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1 . Georg'e Franklin** was a mate in the whaling service, 
and lived at Fairhaven. He m. Jim. 2G, 1856, Abbie E. 
Wing of Acushnet, Mass., who was b. Aug. 12, 1834, and had 
issue as follows : 

1. John Jenney, b. May 4, 1861. 

2. James Wing, b. Sep. 29, 1867. 

6. Timothy,^ fourth son of Timothy 2d, a bachelor, engaged 
in the merchant service from Xew York City, and residing there 
died in the Hospital on Staten Island about 1838. 

7. Elizabeth R/ m. John West, lived in ^N'ew Bedford 
until her husband's death, after wliich she lived with her brother 
LeBaron in Brooklyn, N. Y., and worked at cap-making. 
She d. without issue, probably at Newark, N. J. 

8. Andrew C.,' in early life was in the coasting service, 
sailing from New Bedford and New London. He afterwards 
went to Cincinnati, Ohio, and learned the carpenter's trade. 
He m. Aug. 13, 1837, Eliza J. Henderson, who d. in 1868. 
Issue : 

1. Elizabeth, b. Sep. 14, 1838. d. Sep. 17, 1839. 

2. Horace II., ) i ^t i oo iq,i d. Feb. 22, 1849. 
„ T'l 1 T7I f b. Men. 23, 1841. , ' 

3. Charles F., ^ ' 

4. Albert F., b. Dec. 2,1842. d. Feb. 2,1849. 

5. Frederick, b. Jun. 26, 1844. d. Jul. 10, 1845. 

6. Cornelia E., b. Dec. 14,1847. d. Jul. 11,1848. 

7. Horace A., b. Jid. 2,1852. d. Mch. 1,1885. 

9. Samuel W.,^ a bachelor, was a cabinet-maker at New 
Bedford. He afterwards went South, and probably died at 
Macon, Ga. 

10. Frederick H.^ in early life was engaged in the 
whaling service, and afterwards for eleven years was a spar- 
maker at East Boston. He moved to Maiden, Mass., about 
1855, and d. there Jul. 7, 1859. He m. 1st, Mary Ann 
Pierce of Lynn, Mass. No issue. 

He in. 2d, Sarah Redman [Pratt] of Maiden, and had issue : 

1. Franklin Henry, b. May 28, 1854. 

2. Frederick, b. Jun. 10, 1856. d. Jun. 10, 1856. 

3. Samuel Wing, b. Oct. 18, 185 7. 

Frank H/ and Samuel W.^ reside at Maiden. 

11. Emily' never married, and lives with her sister Harriet 
at Hammondtown. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HAMMOND. 239 

12. Harriet W.^ m. Apr. 21, 1855, Marshall Howes, 
and lives on her father's place in Hammondtown. Issue : 
Frank LeBaron and Harriet Emma. 

Frank* m. Sally Crapo, lives at Xew Bedford, and has : 
Edwin, Harry, Annie Ruggles, Hattie, and Charles Crapo. 

Enima* m. James Jay of New Bedford, and has no issue. 



Jabez Hammond's Family Record. 

" a, tru copy taken of from iny old Count may - 17 - 1765. 

Februaiy-12-1727 a record of nams and Berths of my father 

and mother and my self and my wives and all their children. 

my Honered father John Hammond was Born in ye 1663 

my Honered mother mary Hammond was Born ^^74 

I Jabez Hammond was Born febury — ye — 27 - ^^99 

and was mared to Sary Lathrop Apiell 14 ^7-5 

my wife Sary Hammond was Born december - 31 - ^7^3 

and oner first Child Joshua was Born Aprel - i 1726 
and died ienuery - 2 the same year — 1726 ■ 

ouer Second Child Hanah July the -20 - 1727 

and died the - 9 - day of June - 1730 

our third child Zilpha was Born Agust - lo - ^7^9 

and died iune - iS - 1730 

ouer forth Child rebeka was Born febury - 14 - ^730 

ouer fifth Child Lothrop was Born Aprel - 24 -• ^73'^ 

and died in Jaimacer novmber - 26 - 1756 

my sixth Child Sary was Born October - 15 - ^734 

and died in noumber - 19 - 1734 

my wife Sary died in noumber - 9 - 1734 

i mared my Second wif Abegal fane may - 12 - ^73^ 

my second wife Abegal was Born - 22 - may ^7 '4 

our first Child fane was Born may the 20 ^737 

our second Child Sary was Born march - 24 ^739 

our third Child Jabez was Born June - 9 - ^74^ 

our forth Child Luther was Born Aprell - S - ^744 

our fifth Child Calvin was Born december 29 - ^745 

our Sixth Child Roda was Born noumber: 16 - ^747 

our Seventh Child John was Born ienuery - 20 - ^749 

our eight child Eligah march - 4 ^75^ 
our ninth Child gorg was Born Agust - 19 
our tenth Child Caleb was Born decen 
our eleventh Child Ruth was born 
and died in the- 1 1 of december- i 
ouer twelfth Child x^begal was 



240 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Monday ye 33d day of Sept 178 
and wife re moved to wood sto 
and His wife Abigil aged 68 

A Record of Berths and deaths of my famely. 

Jabez Hammond." 



As showing something of how the early settlers lived, and 
Avhat they lived on, we give below the obligation of Thomas F. 
Hammond to his parents : 

Know all men by the^e Presents that I Thomas Faunae Ham- 
mond of Reading in Windsor County and State of Vermont, for 
and in consideration of five hundred and forty eight DoHars to me 
in hand paid by Faunce and Mary Hammond of Reading in 
Windsor County and State of Vermont, the receipt whereof I do 
acknowledge, do covenant and agree witii them the said Faunce 
and Mary Hammond, tliat from this time forth I will yearly keep 
one Cow for them on suitable grass and hay ; that the House in 
which they live shall be constantly at their service ; That I will 
lind them in suitable fire-wood for one fire in said house; That I 
will pay them yearly twenty pounds of Flax ; That I will pa}' 
them yearly ten pounds of wool ; That I will pay them yearly 
thiity pounds of sugar ; That I will pay them yearly four Bushels 
of Wheat ; That I will pay them yearly four bushels of Rye ; 
That I will pay them yearly two Barrels of Cider; That I will 
pay them yearly six bushels of Apples ; and that I will also pay 
them ten Dollars in Cash yearly ; and likewise, that I will yearly 
prepair one acre of tillage Land suitable for a crop which shall 
be constantly for their benefit. 

Provided also, that the above privileges shall not extend to the 
benefit of their heirs or assigns after their Decease. 

In testimony of the fulfilment of the above obligation I have 
hereunto set my hand and seal, this twentieth day of March in the 
year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and seven. 

Thomas F. Hammond [Seal.] 
Li presents of 

Simeon Currier 

Filed on tlie back : " Thomas F. Hammond's Obligation to 
Faunce and Mary Hammond." 



PART IV. 



NATHAN HAMMOND, THIRD SON OF BENJAMIN. 



f. Kathan* Haiiimond, thirdsonofBenjamin^ of Sand- 
wich, [William' of London], born at Sandwich, in 1G70, was 
a farmer, and lived in the northern part of Hammondtown, 
in the old town of Rochester. The house which he built was 
on the east side of the Yt)a.d opposite-4lf^ residence of Nathaniel 
Dunham. He married Ist, the widow Alice Dexter, daughter 
of Capt. Seth Pope of Fait^iaven, Mass. Issue : 



1. 


Nathan 2d, 


b. 


Apr. 


5, 


1699. 


(1. 


2. 


Susanna, 


b. 


Mch. 


24, 


1701. 


d. 


3. 


(Tames, 


b. 


Jul. 


31, 


1702. 


d. 


4. 


Sarah, 


b. 


Mch. 


15, 


1704. 


d. 



Nathan m. 2d, Feb. 5, 1720, Elizabeth Bourne of Swansea. 
He m. 3d, Feb. 1825, Meribah Delano. No issue by the 
second and third marriages. 

Of Nathan's children, nothing further is known of James* 
and Sarah'; Susannah'* m. Mch. 14, 1722, her cousin 
Barnabas Hammond, son of Samuel. Issue : Elizabeth, James, 
Mary, and Ellis. 



I.— NATHAN 2d, OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f-1. Nathan Sd/ lived on his father's farnl, and was a 
farmer. He m. Nov. 16, 1727, Sarah Snow, who was b. 

* For further record see Genealogy of Barnabas Hammond, page 111. 

17 



l/n^^ 



1. 


Alice, 


b. Sep. 


3, 


1728. 


d, 


2. 


Joshua, 


b. Mch. 


29, 


1730. 


d, 


3. 


Lydia [Lois?], 


b. Feb. 


7, 


1732. 


d 


4. 


Phebe, 


b. Apr. 


5, 


1734. 


d, 


6. 


Sarah, 


b. Apr. 


24, 


1736. 


d, 


6. 


Susannah, 


b. Jan. 


28, 


1738. 


d 


7. 


Mary, . 


b. Jul. 


12, 


1742. 


d, 


8. 


Thankful, 


b. 






d 



242 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Mch. 20, 1703, and a daughter of Nicholas and Lydia [Shaw] 
Snow of ilochester. Issue : 



May — , 1801. 



Of these children, Alice, Joshua, and Sarah probably 
d. young; and Lois or Louisa, Phebe, Susannah, and Thankful 
received the old homestead by inheritance, Mary having proba- 
bly received her part previously. 

3. Loi.s,^ or Louisa, m. May 29, 1764, Nathaniel Mer- 
rick (or Myrrick) of Hardwick, Mass. She had a daughter 
Phebe, who probably m. Paul Russell, as her heirs were Eus- 
Bells. 

4. Phebe* m. Jun. 17, 1758, Capt. Nathaniel Hammond, 
who was b. Jul. 27, 1734, and a son of Benjamin and Pris- 
cilla [Sprague] Hammond. Phebe lived on the Nathaniel 
Dunham place in Hammondtown, and d. without issue. 

6. Susannah* m. Mch. 16, 1764, Nathaniel Besse, and 
lived on the Andrew Dunham place in Hammondtown. Issue : 
Lavinia, Martha, Lois, Joshua, Nathan, Nathaniel, and James. 
Joshua Besse m. Betsey Roper, and had a daughter Artemisia 
who m. Andrew Dunham, father of Nathaniel and Andrew 
Dunham of Mattapoisett. Lavinia lived, single, and d. in 
Hammondtown at a ripe old age. 

I 7. Mary* m. Aug. 29, 1767, Seth Barlow. Mary lived 
iLj y to the north of her father's place, and had a son Seth Jr. 

Seth Jr. m. Mary Tinkham, and had a daughter Ruth, 
who m. Capt. Russell Snow, and had : Elliot and Mary. 

8. Thankful* m. Asa (or Aseph) Price, and lived in 
Fairhaven, Mass. Issue : Asa Jr. and Thankful. Asa Price 
Jr. m. Susannah Hammond, daughter of Timothy Hammond 
1st, but had no issue. 



PART V. 



BENJAMIN 2D, YOUNGEST SON OF BENJAMIN. 



f. Benjamin^ Haniiiiond, fourth son of Benjamin," 
[William'], was born in Sandwich, Mass., Nov. 1673, came 
to Rochester, Mass., with his brothers about 1680-84, and 
settled on the west bank of the Mattapoisett River, in what 
was afterwards known as " Hammondtown," and died at Roches- 
ter, Mch. 29, 1747. He was a man of superior abilities and 
acquirements for that time, and filled with honor many public 
stations ; was Selectman and Assessor 14 years. Representative 
in the Legislature two years, and is said to have held com- 
mission as Justice of the Peace under Queen Anne. He was 
also a noted land surveyor, and in company with Benjamin 
Crane of Taunton, is said to have surveyed and laid out many 
of the towns in Plymouth and Bristol Counties. He m. Eliza- 
beth Hunnewell, daughter of Capt. Hunnewell of New Hamp- 
shire, and had seven sons and one daughter that grew to 
maturity and married. Of the sons, six settled in Rochester, 
and one. Polypus, in Newport, R. I. Issue : 

1. Polypus, 

2. Josephus, 

3. Antipas, 

4. Barzillai, 

5. Israel, 

6. INIary, 

7. Elislia, 

8. Roger, 

Of these children, 6. Mary* m. Apr. 10, 1740, Rev. Elisha 
Tupper, and had issue : Jean, Mehitabel, Thankful, and Abi- 
gail. 



b. 


Nov. 


29, 1702. 


d. 


Feb. 


5, 


1773. 


b. 


May 


6, 1703. 


d. 


in 




1779. 


b. 


Jul. 


16, 1704. 


d. 


Mch. 


29, 


1773. 


b. 


Mch. 


9, 1706. 


d. 








b. 


Oct. 


15, 1707. 


d. 


in 




1800. 


b. 


Sep. 


25, 1709. 


d. 








b. 


about 


1712-15. 


d. 








b. 


in 


1722. 


d. 


Sep. 


29, 


1758. 



244 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

I.— POLYPUS HAMMOND OF NEWPORT, E. I. 

f— 1. Polypus," who was a captain, had land on Matta- 
poisett Neck given him by his father, but afterwards moved to 
Newport, R. I. He m. 1st, Oct. 13, 1734, Sarah Mmnford, 
who was b. in 1708, and d. Feb. 21, 1771. Both died and 
were buried in Newport. Issue : 

1. Mumford, b. in 1735. d. 

2. Elizabeth, b. in 1736. d. May 19, 1751. 

3. Abigail, b. in 1737. d. Aug. 1, 1802. 

4. Mary, b. about 1739. d. 

5. Stei)hen, b. Jun. 8, 1740. d. 
G. Anna, } v. t i ic i7<o ^• 

7. Sarah, f ^- '^"^- i«' ^^42. j. Feb. 26,1762. 

8. Anstris, b. Dec. — , 1744. d. Sep. 21, 1745. 

9. Anstris, b. Nov. — , 1746. d. 

Capt. Polypus m. 2d, Mch. 29, 1751, Bathsheba Randall, 
and had further issue : 

10. Consider, b. in 1755. d. 

11. Mary, b. Aug. 11, 1756. d. 

12. Polypus, Jr., b. about 1758. d. 

Of the above children, the two sons Mumford^ and 
Stephen/ and some of the daughters, d. single ; Abigail* 
d. single at New Bedford; Anna* m. Apr. 3, 1777, Rev. 
Jonathan Moore ; another daughter m. a Mumford, and a third 
m. a Peck; of Consider* and Mary* nothing further is 
known. 



12.— POLYPUS JR. OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

12. Polypns Jr.* m. Nov. 7, 1784, Maria Benson at 
Middleboro', lived at Rochester, and had issue : 

I.Hannah, b. Jul. 13,1785. d. 

2. Sarah, b. Jan. 26, 1788. d. 

3. Polypus, b. Sep. 25, 1791. d. 

4. Samuel, b. May 11, 1798. d. 

Nothing further is known of the children of Polypus Jr. 



1I._J0SEPHUS HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Josepluis" Hammond, second son of Benjamin 2d,' 
[Benjamin,'^ William'] , was a farmer, and lived in the " Church 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 245 

Neighborhood" in Rochester, Mass. He m. 1st, Thankful 
Winslow of Rochester, and had issue as follows : 

1. Pernall, b. Mcli. 24, 1735. d. 

2. Edward, b. May 8, 1738. d. May 11, 1802. 

3. Thankful, b. Jan. 2. 1740. d. 

4. Zuriah, b. Apr. 22, 1742. d. 

5. Josephus, Jr., b. Jun. 14, 1744. d. Jan. 12, 1745. 

Josephus m. 2d, Jan. 18, 1753, Mary Bourne, and had 
further issue : 

6. Josephus 2d, b. Dec. 31, 1758. d. 

Of Josephus's children, Pernall, or Parnell/ m. in 1755 
Paul Sears Jr. Issue not known. 

3. Thankfur m. Jan. 13, 1760, John Stevens, and lived 
in Rochester. Issue : Josephus, John, Micah, and William ; 
Mehitable, Mary, Sarah, and Phebe. 

4. Zuriah" m. Jan. 15, 1761, Stephen Bennett, and proba- 
bly lived in Rochester. Issue not known. 

6. Josephus 2d' lived in Wareham, but nothing further 
is known of him. 



2.— EDWARD OF MARION, MASS. 

t-2. Edward,* Avho was a Captain in Col. Cotton's Reg't 
in 1775, lived in Sippican, or what is now the town of Marion. 
He m. Jun. 17, 1762, Mary Lombard (sometimes called 
Lambert), daughter of Caleb Lombard, who d. Oct. 3, 1833, 
ffi. SH. Issue : 



1. 


Thankful, 


b. Mch. 


22, 1763. 


d. 


2. 


Caleb, 


b. Nov. 


17, 1765. 


d. 


3. 


Nathaniel 3d, 


b. May 


7, 1768. 


d. Feb. 15, 1830. 


4. 


Stephen, 


b. Oct. 


8, 1770. 


d. 


5. 


Betsey, 


b. Apr. 


23, 1773. 


d. 


6. 


Thomas Nathan, 


b. Nov. 


23, 1775. 


d. 


7. 


William, 


b. Jun. 


21, 1778. 


d. 


8. 


Ethan Allen, 


b. Dec. 


24, 1780. 


d. 


9. 


Edward, 


b. Mch. 


2, 1784. 


d. 


10. 


Polly, 


b. Jul. 


28, 1787. 


d. 



Of these children, ThankfuF m. Feb. 27, 1780, Elnathan 
Foster of Rochester, but lived at New Bedford ; of Caleb® 
nothing further is known ; and EdAvard* probably d. single. 



246 HAMINIOND GENEALOGY. 

5. Betsey" m. 1st, Sep. 21, 1794, Job Blankenship of 
Marion, and had a son Job, who was a sea captam, and known 
as Capt. Job. She m. 2d, Seth Hammond 3d, who was 
probably a son of Barnabas and Mary [Chirk] Hammond, but 
had no further issue. 

10. Polly" m. Jan. 12, 1814, Josiah Baker of Cape Cod, 
tOAvn of Dennis. 

f-2-6. Thomas Nathan," fourth son of Edward, m. 
Aug. 11, 1799, Louise DeLano of Marion, and is said to have 
gone "Out West," nothins; further beino; known of him. 

■|--2-8. Ethan Allen," sixth son of Edward, who was a 
sailor living on "Great Neck," Marion, m. in 1802, Deborah 
Delano of Marion, and had issue : 

1. Ethan Allen, b. Sep. 27, 1806. d. Jun. 3, 1823. 

2. Harper Delano, b. May 13, 1809. d. Feb. 10, 1824. 

Of these sons, Ethan Allen' died at the " Sailor's Snug 
Harbor," N. Y., and Harper Delano' was lost at sea. 

f-2-3. Nathaniel 3d," second son of Capt. Edward, 
who was a sailor in the merchant service, lived in Marion, and 
was drowned in the Harbor there Feb. 15, 1830. He m. 
Feb. 2, 1794, Sylvia Blankenship, and had issue : 



1. 


Betsey, 


b. 


Sep. 


7, 


1794. 


d. 


May 


16, 


1795. 


2. 


Caleb, 


b. 


Apr. 


20, 


1796. 


d. 


Sep. 


1, 


1819. 


3. 


Reuben B., 


b. 


Apr. 


17, 


1799. 


d. 


Aug. 


12, 


1829. 


4. 


Philip F., 


b. 


Jul. 


18, 


1801. 


d. 


Oct. 


1, 


1833. 


5. 


(4eorge B., 


b. 


Oct 


28, 


1803. 


d. 


May 


9, 


1869. 


6. 


Nathaniel, 


b. 


Nov. 


2, 


1807. 


d. 


Jun. 


13, 


1839. 



Of these children, Betsey^ d. in infancy ; Caleb^ proba- 
bly d. single ; and Nathaniel,' who never married, was a 
sailor in the coasting service. 

3. Reuben Blankenship,' who lived in Marion, m. 
Eliza Hadley, but left no issue. 

4. Philip Farmer,' who also lived in Marion, m. Eliza 
P. Blankenship, and d. without issue. 

f -2-3-5. George Blankenship,' Avho was a shoemaker 
at Marion, m. in 182G, Mary C. Ellis of Fairhaven, who was 
b. Jul. 7, 1807, and d. Nov. 16, 1853. Issue : 

1. Mary L., b. Jan. 16,1827. d. Apr. 16,1878. 

2. Reuben B., b. Mch. 12, 1830. d. Nov. 20, 1855. 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 247 



3. 


John, 


b. 


Feb. 


16, 


1833. 


d. 


Apr. 


30, 


1892. 


4. 


George E., 


b. 


Apr. 


12, 


1836. 


d. 


Apr. 


12, 


1837. 


5. 


Lydia E., 


b. 


Dec. 


3, 


1838. 


d. 


Nov. 


27, 


1858. 


6. 


Martin Van B., 


b. 


Sep. 


26, 


1842. 










7. 


Svlvia, 


b. 


Aug. 


18, 


1845. 










8. 


Ellen F., 


b. 


Aug. 


2, 


1852. 


d. 


Feb. 


26, 


1853. 



Of these children, 1. Mary Lombard,® who lived in 
New Bedford, m. Jun. 26, 1855, John R. Lewis of New Bed- 
ford, who was b. May 3, 1827, and d. Jun. 26, 1862. Issue : 
Charles W., Ellis M., and John R. Jr. Ellis« m. Jan. 30, 
1890, Lillian T. Baker, and lives at Woods Holl. 

2. Reuben Blankenship* m. Aug. 27, 1854, Sylvia 
A. Maxim, and lived at Fairhaven. No issue. 

6. Martin Van Buren/ who is a carpenter at Fair- 
haven, m. Feb. 5, 1872, Rhoda E. Rounseville, who was b. 
Sep. 1, 1848. Issue : 

1. Martin Van B.. Jr., b. Jul. 6, 1876. d. Jul. 6, 1876. 

2. Edna C, b Sep. 2, 1879. 

7. Sylvia' m. Dec. 8, 1865, Savery C. Braley of Fair- 
haven, who was b. Feb. 23, 1844. Issue: Susan, Frank, 
Mattie A., John K., Charles R. and Willie A. twins. 
Mattie A.® ra. Lawrence P. Tiernan, lives in Boston, and 
has a son Charles S. b. Jun. 21, 1891. 

f-2-3-5-3. John,* who was a harness maker at Acushnet, 
m. Oct. 25, 1858, Mary A. Braley of Fairhaven, who was b. 
Apr. 22, 1833. Issue : 



1. Sarah J., 


b. Jul. 


16, 1859. 


d. 


Jan. 


9, 


1879. 


2. Mary C, 


b. Nov. 


5. 1860. 


d. 


:Mch. 


22, 


1862. 


3. John E., 


b. Jan. 


24, 1863. 










4. Frank S., 


b. Nov. 


12, 1864. 


d. 


Oct. 


15, 


1865. 


5. (George A., 


b. Jan. 


21, 1867. 










6. Alonzo H., 


b. Dec. 


6, 1868. 










7. Josephine C, 


b. Jan. 


22, 1871. 










8. James A., 


b. Jul. 


11, 1873. 


d. 


Jun. 


18, 


1882. 


9. Mercy E., 


b. Sep. 


13, 1875. 










Of John's children. 


5. George A.' 


lives 


sat A 


cus] 


bnet. 



m. Apr. 17, 1890, Hattie A. Hart. Issue: 
1. Chester A., b. Aug. 21, 1891. 

6. Alonzo H.' lives in Acushnet, and m. Nov. 1, 1891, 
Isabel Braley. No issue. 

7. Josephine' lives at Acushnet, and m. Dec. 9, 1886, 
Frank R. Ward, Avho was b. Jul. 22, 1860. Issue : 



248 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. Wilkrd D , b. Jan. 1, 1890. 

2. Samuel C, b. Oct. 7, 1891. 

t-2-4. Stephen," third son of Capt. Edward, was a sea 
captain in the merchant service, and lived at Rochester. He 
m. Jul. 30, 1798, Betsey Bhmkensliip, daughter of Charles 
Blankenship, who d. Aug. 3, 1830. Issue : 



1. 


Henry, 


b. 


May 


6, 


1799. 


d. 


Dec. 


24, 


1808, 


2. 


Charles B., 


b. 


Jul. 


11, 


1801. 


d. 


Jun. 


8, 


1839, 


3. 


Polly, 


b. 


Sep. 


11, 


1803. 


d. 


Nov. 


18, 


1812 


4. 


Stephen, Jr., 


b. 


Sep. 


29, 


1805. 










5. 


Betsey B., 


b. 


Aug. 


26, 


1807. 


d. 


in 




1880. 


6. 


Henry, 


b. 


Aug. 


3, 


1809. 


d. 


Jun. 


3, 


1850, 


7. 


William, 


b. 


Oct. 


28, 


1813. 


d. 


Feb. 


7, 


1892. 


8. 


Joseph, 


b. 


Nov. 


3, 


1816. 


d. 








9. 


Caleb, 


b. 


Jan. 


4, 


1820. 


d. 


in 




1885. 


10. 


James F., 


b. 


Apr. 


24, 


1822. 











Of these children, Henry' and Polly' d. young; Betsey' 
lived single at Marion; Joseph' left home at the age of 17, 
and perhaps went West, nothing further being known of him. 

■j-_2-4-2. Charles Blankenship' was a sea captain and 
lived at Marion, but d. at New Orleans. He m. Jun. 26, 
1836, Eliza P. [Blankenship] Hammond, widow of Philip 
Farmer Hammond, and had issue : 

1. Lizzie, b. in 1838. d. in 1856, single. 

|-2-4-4. Stephen Jr.' was a carpenter and lives in 
Marion. He m. Oct. 16, 1829, Lydia B. Kichmond of Marion, 
who was b. May 16, 1807. Issue : 



1. Stephen E., 


b. 


Jun. 


9, 1831. 


d. 


about 


1858. 


2. Beuretta, 


b. 


Apr. 


21, 1834. 


d. 


in 


1880. 


3. Charles E., 


b. 


Feb. 


5, 1836. 


d. 


in 


1857. 



Of these children, Stephen E.,* who was a physician, d. 
in Mexico, single. Charles E.* also never married; and 
Benretta^ m. Matthew Hiller of Mattapoisett, and had issue : 
Lydia R., Willie H., Emerson B., Charles E., and Ira R. 

f -2-4-6. Henry' was a sea captain living at Marion, 
and d. of sunstroke at Appalachicola, Fla. He m. Aug. 14, 
1838, Lydia Butler Clifton of Marion, and had issue : 

1. Jennison, b. Mch. 12, 1843. 

1. Jennison^ entered the U. S. Navy, Sep. 18, 1861, at 
New Bedford, Mass., and continued in the service until the 
ship, the U. S. S. Brandy wine, was burned at the Navy Yard, 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 249 

Norfolk, Va., Sep. 3, 1864, Since that time he has been 
employed in the Navy Yard, at Norfolk, as clerk, except from 
Jun. 11, 1885 to Apr. 22, 1889. He m. Mch. 7, 1865, 
Rebecca J. Langley, who was b. Apr. 23, 1836. Issue : 

d. Aug. 11, 1874. 

Of these children, Mary Clifton' m. Jim. 8, 1887, Walter 
L. Massenburg. 

f-2-4-7. William,^ who in early life was a sea captain, 
and later a farmer and carpenter, lived at Mattapoisett, where 
he died. He m. in 1832, Jane, daughter of Prince and Martha 
Snow, and had issue : 



1. 


Mary Clifton, 


1). 


Dee. 


31, 


1865. 


2. 


Lydia Frances, 


b. 


Jan. 


14, 


1868. 


3. 


Jennie Eldredge, 


b. 


Jun. 


22 


1875. 



1. 


William Henry, 


b. 


Aug. 


4, 


1842. 


d. Jun. 


4, 1847. 


2. 


Dulcina, 


b. 


May 


4, 


1844. 


d. Jul. 


6, 1847. 


3. 


James F., 


b. 


Feb. 


17, 


1852. 







3. James F.,® who is a machinist at Mattapoisett, m. 
Apr. 29, 1871, Rebecca, daughter of Abner P. and Lydia 
[Conkeal] Cowen. Issue : 

1. William Henry, b. Jul. 26, 1872. 

f -2-4-9. Caleb^ was formerly a dentist in New Bedford, 
which occupation he was obliged to relinquish on account of 
ill health, and he afterwards became a sailor. He m. Jan. 1, 
1846, Mary Knights of New Bedford, and had a daugiiter, 
Elizabeth,® who, the last known of her, lived in Boston. 

f-2-4-10. James F.^ was a carpenter, and a captain of 
a coasting vessel, and lived at Newport, R. I. He m. Catherine 
Spooner, and had issue : 

1. Emma, b. about 1866. 

2. Charles, b. about 1870. 

Nothing further is known of these children. 

t-2-7. William/ fifth son of Capt. Edward, was a sailor 
and lived in Rochester, near the Marion line, and was drowned 
in Marion Harbor, Aug. 10, 1813. He m. Oct. 21, 1802, 
Nancy Clifton of Marion, and had issue : 

1. Edward, b. Aug. 1, 1805. d. Aug. 2, 1870. 

2. Louisa, b. in 1809. d. Jun. 29, 1874. 

3. Nancy, b. about 1812. d. Aug. 22, 1831. 

Of these children, Nancy ^ d. single ; and Louisa' m. 

Gideon Barlow of Mattapoisett. Issue : Charlotte, Edward 
Newton, and Gideon Barstow. 



250 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

f-2-7-1. Edward/ only son of William, was a ship- 
builder at Nantucket. He m. Nov. 14, 1830, Susan Cobb of 
Nantucket, avIio was b. Nov. 30, 1811, and still living. Issue : 

1. George F., b. Sep. 1, 1831. d. Apr. 16, 1863. 

2. Edward C, b. Aug. 6, 1833. 

3. James Nye, b. Dec. 27, 1836. 

4. Susan Cobb, b. Nov. 10, 1839. d. Dec. 17, 1873. 

Of these children, 4. Susan Cobb' m. May 12, 1869, 
Thomas Bates of Nantucket. No issue. 

1-2-7-1-1. Georg-e F.,* oldest son of Edward, was also 
a ship-builder at Nantucket. He m. Oct. 20, 1853, Mary A. 
Coffin, who was b. Jan. 31, 1833. Issue : 

1. George Edward, b. Jan. 2, 1856. d. Apr. 28, 1856. 

2. Charles F., b. Aug. 28, 1860. 

2. Charles F.® is a dealer in dry goods at Nantucket. 
He m. May 21, 1885, Mary F. Coffin, who was b. May 7, 
1864. Issue : 

1. Charles C, b. May 8, 1886. 

f-2-7-1-2. Edward C.,* second son of Edward, is a 
jeweler in Boston, and lives at 22 Chester Square. He m. 
May 29, 1859, Sarah Hallett, who was b. Sep. 1837. No 
issue. 

t-2-7-1-3. James IVye,* third son of Edward, is fore- 
man of the jobbing and repairing departments of the American 
Watch Co., Waltham, Mass. He m. Dec. 25, 1865, Delia 
Newton Sherman, who was b. Oct. 27, 1841. Issue: 

1. Grace, b. Mch. 8, 1868. 

2. Florence, b. Jun. 16, 1870. 

3. James C, b. Apr. 13, 1875. 



III.— ANTIPAS HAMMOND OF KOCHESTEE, MASS. 

f. Antipas'' HaimilOild, third son of Benjamin 2d,' 
[Benjamin,^ William'], was a farmer and settled on Matta- 
poisett Neck, northeast of the residence of the late Hiram 
Hammond. He was a lieutenant of militia, and for seven years 
one of Selectmen and Assessors of Rochester. He m. Dec. 21, 
1736, Abigail Swift, and had issue as follows : 



b. Dec. 


5, 1737. 


d. Apr. 


29, 


1773. 


b. Aucr. 


9, 1740. 


d. Nov. 


9 


1S07. 


h. Mch. 


24, 1742. 


d. 






b. Sep. 


5, 1747. 


d. 






b. Jan. 


18, 1752. 


d. 






b. Apr. 


5, 1756. 


d. Jun. 


16, 


1843. 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 251 

1. Jireh, 

2. Ilunnewell, 

3. Abigail, 

4. Joseph, 

5. Elizabeth, 

6. Benjamin, 

The will, proved Jim. 7, 1773, mentions the four sons. 
Jireh' and HunnewelP are o-iven the homestead. 

Of the above children, Jireli and Abigail probably lived 
and d. single, in Rochester. 

2. Hunnewell* was a farmer and lived near the Hiram 
Hammond place. He m. Nov. 26, 1778, Mary Andrews, who 
d. Apr. 1829, between 80 and 90 years of age. No issue. 

4. Joseph* m. Feb. 23, 1769, Rachel Winslow, and is 
said to have moved to the State of New York, all trace of him 
afterwards being lost. Issue : Abigail, jNIatilda, Nancy, Anti- 
pas, and Stephen. 

5. Elizabeth' m. Dec. 8, 1773, Job Haskell, former, 
and lived on Mattapoisett Neck. Issue: Job Jr., Abigail, 
Hunnewell, and Roxellana. 

Of these children, Hiiiiiie^velF m. in 1802 Lucy Ellis. 
Abigail/ commonly called Nal)by, who was quite a literary 
woman, m. Charles Bruce Freeman of ]Mattapoisett, and had : 
Job, Mary, Eveline, Lucy, Sally, and Abigail Jr. Of Abigail's 
children, Abigail Jr/ m. a Lamson, and lived at ]\Iadison, 
Ind. ; and Sally^ m. James Shaw, lived on Mattapoisett Neck, 
and had : William, Bruce Freeman, John, Richard, Elizabeth, 
and Nathaniel. 



6.— BENJAMIN OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

1-6. Beiijaiiiin* was a farmer and lived on Mattapoisett 
Neck, his farm adjoining that of his brother-in-law. Job Haskell. 
He m. Oct. 22, 1780, Lydia Haskell, who d. Aug. 1841, a. 81. 
Issue: 1. Elihu ; 2. Abiah ; 3. Leonard, b. Jun. 13, 1789, 
d. Apr. 2, 1864; 4. Aseneth; 5. Joanna; 6. Joseph. 

There was also an adopted daughter, Mary Ann, b. May 13, 
1803, and d. Oct. 8, 1884. Of the above children of Benjamin 
Hammond, Elihu^ d. at 19, Aseneth* at 22, and Joanna' 
at 20, all single. 



252 HA^BIOXD GENEALOGY. 

2. Abiali® m. William Moore, son of Rev. Jonathan 
Moore, and lived and d. at New Orleans. Issue : Jonathan, 
Benjamin, Sarah, Lucy, and others that d. in infancy. 

6. Joseph,® who was a former, m. 1st, Hannah Dean, 
daughter of Abiel Dean, and had issue : Hunnewell, Lydia, 
and others. Joseph afterwards moved to Ohio (perhaps Cin- 
cinnati), where his wife, Hannah, died. He afterwards married 
three times, and had many children. 

Of Joseph's children, Hunnewell^ d. a few years since in 
Ohio ; and Lydia^ m. a Hervey, or Harvey, and lived at 
Steubenville, Ohio. Nothing further is known of Joseph. 

Mary Aiiii,' said to have been adopted by Aseneth, lived 
at Mattapoisett. She m. Jan. 8, 1823, Josiah Robinson, fisher- 
man and miller, who was b. Dec. 5, 1799, at Harwich, Mass., 
and d. Jun. 11, 1883, at Mattapoisett. Issue: 



1. 


William, 


b. Oct. 


IS, 


1823. 


d. Aug. 


25, 1825. 


2. 


Joseph H., 


b. May 


10, 


1825. 






3. 


Abbie P., 


b. May 


1, 


1828. 


d. Mch. 


6, 1893. 


4. 


Martha, 


b. May 


11, 


1830. 


d. Jun. 


10, 1885. 


5. 


Maiy E., 


b. Sep. 


;■; 


1833. 






6. 


Josiah, 


b. Sep. 


is' 


183 7. 


d. Jan. 


17, 1890. 


7. 


William, 


b. Jul. 


3, 


1839. 


d. Dec. 


26, 1858. 


8. 


Benjamin F., 


b. Jan. 


18, 


1842. 






9. 


Sarah M., 


b. Apr. 


18, 


1844. 


d. Sep. 


19, 1845. 


)f 


these children. 


Willi; 


am 


' died 


in Cuba, 


single, and 



Abbie/ also single, resided up to the time of her death at 
Mattapoisett. 

2. Joseph^ m. Hannah Harlow of Plymouth, lives at 
Mattapoisett, and has : Charles and Florence. 

4. Martha' m. Marcus Bartlett LeBaron, lived at Matta- 
poisett, and d. without issue. 

5. Mary'' m. John Jenney of Fairhaven, lives at Ham- 
mondtown, and has one daughter: Olivia, or Livie. 

6. Josiali^ m. Lucy Caswell, who was a granddaughter of 
Mary Hammond and Elisha Caswell, and d. without issue. 

8. Beiijaiiiin F/ is one of the Overseers at State Farm 
at Bridge water. He m. 1st, Nov. 13, 1866, Amelia L., daugh- 
ter of Joseph J. Hammond, who d. May 9, 1883. Issue : 
1. Harry L., b. Oct. 6, 1867. d. Mch. 8, 1886. 

Benjamin m. 2d, Sep. 16, 1891, Isabel Estella Roberts of 
Belfast, Me., formerly a teacher. 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 253 

•j-_6-3. Leonard,® commonly called "Uncle Leonard," 
and second son of Benjamin, in youth a carpenter, later engaged 
in mercantile pursuits at Mattapoisett. He afterwards became 
a Government contractor, and built several light-houses, viz. : 
Ned's Point Light, Mattapoisett ; Gay Head Light, jNIartha's 
Vineyard ; besides several at the mouth of the jNIississippi 
Kiver. For many years he conducted the hotel in ^Mattapoisett 
known as the "County House." He m. Jan. 6, 1813, Ascnath 
Cushman, wdio was b. Jan. 7, 1793, and d. Oct. 18, 1854. 
Issue : 



1. 


Joseph F., 


b. 


ISIay 


8, 


1814. 


d. 


Feb. 


28, 1817. 


2. 


Jos. Frank, 


b. 


Mch. 


16, 


1818. 


d. 


Nov. 


18, 1856. 


3. 


Abiah M., 


b. 


Oct. 


19, 


1819. 


d. 


Nov. 


23, 1874. 


4. 


Thomas C , 


b. 


Dec. 


20, 


1823. 


d. 


May 


23, 1851. 


5. 


Georjie Fred, 


b. 


Oct. 


5, 


1824. 








6. 


Ann E., 


b. 


Nov. 


24, 


1827. 








7. 


Jane L., 


b. 


Oct. 


14, 


1832. 








8. 


Leonard, 


b. 


Oct. 


14, 


1833. 


d. 


in 


infancy. 



Of Leonard's children, Abiali M/ m. 1st, May 10, 1845, 
Simeon Fish, a cabinet-maker at Mattapoisett. Issue : Edward. 
Abiah m. 2d, William H. Babcock, and moved to Walla Walla, 
Wash., where she afterwards died. Issue : A daughter, name 
not learned. 

6. Ann E/ resides in Maiden, Mass. She m. Dec. 19, 

1844, Caleb King of Kochester, dry-goods merchant, who was 
b. Dec. G, 1820, and d. Jan. 3, 1893. Issue: Caleb L., 
Robert, and George. 

7. Jane L.,' who resides in Maiden, m. Sep. 2, 1851, 
William Tavlor of Mattapoisett, a furniture dealer. Issue : 
William L.,"b. Sep. 16, 1852, 

t-6-3-2. Joseph Frank' was a ship-rigger, and resided 
at Mattapoisett. He m. ^lay 1842, Lurana K. Harlow of 
Middleboro', who was b. Jun. 2S, 1822. Issue: 



1. 


Benj. Frank, 


b. 


Oct. 


15, 


1846. 




2. 


George K., 


b. 


Sep. 


28, 


1848. 


d. Sep. 28, 1851 


3. 


Geoi-gia, 


b. 


Oct. 


11, 


1853. 




4. 


Thomas, 


b. 


A pr. 


7, 


1856. 





Of these children, Georgia" m. Xov. 24, 1876, Charles 
H. Hiller of Mattapoisett, who was b. Aug. 25, 1852. Issue : 
Hope Barstow. 

4. Thomas,® son of Joseph Frank, lives in Buffalo, N. Y., 
and is in the employ of his brother, Benjamin Frank. 



254 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

f-6-3-2-1 . Benjamin Fi'ank^ has been in the diamond, 
watch and jewehy business at Buffalo, N. Y., 23 years, and 
has a second store at Tonawanda, N. Y. He is also special 
partner in the firm of" Whittet, Barrett & Co., engineer's sup- 
plies, Buffalo, N.Y., and is interested in several smaller ventures. 
He m. Oct. 26, 1870, Ella M. Gould of Buffalo, and had issue : 

1. Lawrence Tillson, b. Jul. 29,1871. 

2. Bessie Livingston, b. Jan. 28, 18 73. 

3. Harlow, b. Jun. 2, 1876. 

4. Clifford Robson, b. Jun. 22, 1878. 

■f-_6-3-4. Thomas C,^ third son of Leonard, wds a store- 
keeper at Mattapoisett. He m. Nov. 19, 1845, Susanna A. 
Delano of Marion, who was b. Apr. 26, 1825, and d. May 10, 
1891. Issue: 

1. Helen T., b. Dec. 12, 1846. 

1. Helen T.« m. May 11, 1871, Charles T. Leonard of 
Rochester, and lives at Minneapolis, Minn. 

Susanna [Delano] Hammond m. 2d, Dr. Seth Haskell of 
Rochester, and had a daughter, Lucy Fessenden, who d. at the 
age of 10. 

•|-_{3-3-5. George Fred' is a retired seafaring man, and 
resides at Mattapoisett. He m. 1st, Jun. 29, 1847, Abbie M. 
Sears, daugliter of Joseph and Susan Sears, who was b. Mch. 
21, 1828, and d. May 16, 1864. Issue: 

1. GeorgiannaL., b. May 5, 1848, d. Aug. 20, 1848, 

George F. m. 2d, Sep. 30, 1866, Abbie H., daughter of 
Stephen and Eunice [Cannon] Snow, who was b. Jan. 3, 
1834. Issue : 

2. Frederic L., b. Nov. 23, 1869, 

2. Fi'etl Li/ is a clerk in the employ of Denison Tag M'f 'g 
Co., Boston, and was recently one of the Registrars of Voters 
of that city. 



IV.— BARZILLAI HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Barzillar Hammond, fourth son of Benjamin 2d,^ 
[Benjamin,^ William'], sometimes referred to as the " Wizard," 
was a farmer, and lived near the southwesterly part of the late 



b. Jun. 


5, 1726. 


d. 




b. Oct. 


19, 1728. 


d. 




b. May 


5, 1730. 


d. 




b. Nov. 


15, 1731. 


d in 


1800, 


b. Sep. 


9, 1733. 


d. Jul. 


15, 1809. 


b. Apr. 


26, 1735. 


d. 




b. Mch. 


1, 1738. 


d. 




b. Jul. 


26, 1741. 


d. 




b. May 


1, 1743. 


d. 




b. Feb. 


4, 1750. 


d. 





DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 255 

Hiram Hammond farm, Mattapoisett Neck. He was a Select- 
man and Assessor of Rochester for several years. He m. 1st, 
Jun. 18, 1725, Mary Barlow, and had a large family as follows : 

1. Nathaniel, 

2. Elizabeth, 

3. Benjamin, 

4. Moses, 

5. Stafford, 

6. Hannah, 

7. jNIicah, 

8. Lucie, 

9. Sarah, 

10. Elisha, 

Barzillai m. 2d, Aug. 16, 1750, Anna Tobey, and had 
further issue : 

11. Mary. b. in 1755. d. Oct. — , 1832. 

Barzillai m. 3d, Mch. 25, 1759, Sarah Doty, but had no 
other issue. 

The will mentions Moses, Stafford, Lucy, Sarah, Elisha, and 
Mary. 

Of Bnrzillai's children, nothing further is known of Nathaniel, 
Elizabeth, Benjamin, Hannah, Micah, and Lucie, and they 
probably d. young. 

9. Sarah* m. a Jenne ; and Elisha* is said to have 
moved to the State of New York, but nothing further is known 
of him. 

11. 3Iary* m. Dec. 2, 1773, Nathan Briggs of Wareham, 
who d. May 25, 1817, aj. 69. Mary resided at Wareham, and 
had issue : Anna, Sally, Mary, Nathan and Hannah, twins, 
Elizabeth, Lydia, Sylvanus and Abigail, twins, and Elisha. 
Of these children, Nathan* m. Mary Davis, daughter of 
Joseph and Mercy [Hammond] Davis, and had a son, Nathan, 
who m. Almira, daughter of Nathaniel Dunham of Hammond- 
town. They reside on the old homestead of Nathan Ham- 
mond, grandson of William Hammond of London. 



4.— MOSES OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

■|--4. Moses/ third son of Barzillai, who was a farmer 
and lived in Hammondtown, m. Apr. 1, 1756, Mercy Howes, 
or House, and had issue : 



256 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



1. 


Alice, 


b. Sep. 


17, 1757. 


d. 


2. 


Joshua, 


b. Jun. 


14, 1758. 


d. 


3. 


Moses, Jr., 


b. Apr. 


3, 1761. 


d. 


4. 


Stephen, 


b. Mch. 


25, 1763. 


d. 


5. 


Abel, 


b. May 


3, 1765. 


d. 


6. 


Mercy M., 


b. Jun. 


7, 1767. 


d. Mch. 4, 1829 


7. 


Mehitable, 


b. 




d. 



Moses m. 2d, Jun. 26, 1772, Mehitable Barlow. No other 
issue. 

The will, proved Jun. 18, 1800, mentions Alice, Joshua, 
Moses, Mehitable, and Mercy. 

Of the above children, nothing further is known of Joshua, 
Moses Jr., Stephen, Abel, or Mehitable, and they probably 
d. young; and Alice" m. Feb. 6, 1777, James Blankenship Jr. 

6. Mercy M/ m. Mch. 15, 1787, Joseph Davis of Roch- 
ester, who was b. in 1756, and d. Feb. 20, 1821. Issue: 
William, Elizabeth, Joseph, Mercy, Rebecca, Moses, Mary, 
Sylvia, Eliza, Alice, Alden, and William. Of Mercy's chil- 
dren, Moses^ m. Mary, daughter of Timothy Hammond ; 
Mary' m. Nathan Briggs, as stated above ; and Alice' m. a 
Tucker, and was the mother of Dr. H. A. Tucker, whose 
summer residence is at Cottage City, Mass. 



5.— STAFFORD OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

t-5. Stafford/ fourth son of Barzillai, was a farmer, and 
built and occupied the house now owned by William Tripp on 
Mattapoisett Neck. He m. 1st, Aug. 2, 1761, Hannah Doty, 
who was b. in 1735, and d. Apr. 30, 1793. Issue : 



1. 


Prince, 


b. 


d. 


2. 


Asa, 


b. 


d. 


3. 


Christopher, 


b. Jun. 15, 1770. 


d. Apr. 10, 1842, 


4. 


Alden, 


b. about 17 73. 


d. 


5. 


Betsey, 


b. Sep. 17, 1775. 


d. Mch. 4, 1869, 



Stafford m. 2d, Rachel Hathaway, but had no other issue. 

t-5-1. Prince/ oldest son of Stafford, who lived at Fair- 
haA^en, m. Nov. 22, 1795, I;^lizabeth Jenney of that town, and 
had issue : 

1. Lucy, b. in 179H. d. Sep. — , 1886. 

2. Betsey J., b. Feb. 12, 1798. d. Jan. 1,1871. 

3. Sophia, b. in 1800. d. in 1870. 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAjMiVIOND. 257 

Of these children, Lucy^ m. in 1823 John Aiken, and had 
Joseph and John Francis; Betsey' m. Oct. 12, 1819, Abram 
Barker, and had six sons and five daughters ; Sophia' ni. 
Feb. 22, 1826, Alanson Goodwin, bnt had no issue. 

|-5-4. Aldeii,* fourth son of Stafford, was in early life a 
sea captain in the coasting trade ; and afterwards lived and d. 
in Acushnet, Mass. He m. Sarah Rounseville, and had issue : 

1. Lucy, b. in 180.1. d. Oct. 27, 1880; single. 

f-5-5. Betsey, or Elizabeth,'' onl}^ daughter of Staf- 
ford, who lived at Mattapoisett, m. ^lay 27, 1798, Cook 
Brownell, a farmer, who was b. Sej). 17, 1775, and d. Aug. 
31, 1859. Issue: 

1. Str.fford, b. in 1799. d. Mch. 16, 1848. 

2. Hannah, b. Jun. 4, 1803. d. Aug. 22, 1893. 

1 . Stafford' was a prominent sea captain in the Liverpool 
and South American trade, sailing from ^Mattapoisett and New 
York, and at one time commanded the brig Massachusetts. 

2. Hannah,' who lived at Mattapoisett, m. 1st, in 1826 
Benjamin Dexter, but had no issue. 

She m. 2d, in 1833, Barker K. Sheffield, and had a son, 
Elliott, whose name was afterwards changed to Stafford Brown- 
ell, and Avho d. Jul. 4, 1858. She m. 3d, in 1849, Josei^h 
W. Snow, l)ut had no further issue. 

f-5-3. Christopher," third son of Stafford, inherited 
his father's place on Mattapoisett Neck, and Avas a ftirmer. He 
m. Nov. 18, 1802, Abigail Pierce, who was b. May 3, 1778, 
and d. Jan. 18, 1847, and had issue : 



1. 


Edniond Doty, 


b. 


Jan. 


28, 


1804. 


d. 


Aug. 


25, 


1827. 


2? 


Hiram, 


b. 


Jul. 


3, 


1806. 


d. 


Jul. 


23, 


1811. 


3. 


Eliza VV., 


b. 


May 


2, 


1808. 


d. 


Mch. 


18, 


1888. 


4. 


Anna Briggs, 


b. 


Oct. 


13, 


1809. 


d. 


Jul. 


17, 


1877. 


5. 


Abigail P., 


b. 


Apr. 


20, 


1811. 


d. 


Apr. 


21, 


1858. 


6. 


Hiram M., 


b. 


Mch. 


•2q, 


1813. 


d. 


May 


24, 


1885. 


7. 


Roxellana H., 


b. 


Mch. 


1, 


1815. 


d. 


Mch. 


17, 


1888. 


8. 


Loring P., 


b. 


Nov. 


19, 


1819. 


d. 


Dec. 


17, 


1877. 



Of these children, Edmond Doty, a sailor, was drowned at 
sea, and the first Hiram d. young. 

t-5-3-3. Eliza W.' lived in Mattapoisett, and m. Sep. 
23, 1834, William L. Bourne, a carpenter, who was b. Feb. 
18 



1. 


George W., 


b. 


Jun. 


3, 


1835. 


2. 


Edmoiul L., 


b 


.May 


9, 


1837. 


3. 


Abbie E., 


b. 


Jun. 


21, 


1840. 


4. 


Mary L., 


b. 


Mch. 


14, 


1842. 


5. 


Ann Eliza, 


b. 


Doc. 


9, 


1844. 



258 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

22, 1808, and d. Mch. 25, 1867, and was a son of John and 
Maiy [Saveiy] Bourne. Issue : 



d. Feb. 25, 1891. 



Of Eliza's children, George W.* m. Sep. 6, 1856, Helen 
A. Ellis, but has no issue. 

2. Edniond L.^ m. 1st, Lucy Purrington, and 2d, Eliza 
[Hall] Briggs, but has no issue. 

3. Abbie' m. Sep. 6, 1860, Capt. Charles F. Keith of 
Mattapoisctt, and had : Willlie and Charlie. 

4. Mary L.« m. Jan. 2, 1866, Heman G. Holmes, and 
has no issue. 

5. Annie E.* m. Sep. 26, 1871, Joseph T. Sampson, 
who d. Jul. 25, 1891, and has a son: Andrew. 

1-5-3-4. Anna Brig-gs,^ second daughter of Christo- 
pher, lived at Fairhaven, Mass., and m. Nov. 15, 1835, Alborn 
Allen of that town, and had one child that died young. 

f-5-3-5. Abigail P.,' who resided at Arkwright, N. Y., 
m. Apr. 21, 1835, Washington Sheopard of that town, who 
was b. Nov. 29, 1806. Issue: Rollin L., Allen M., Setina 
L., Galusha H., and Adeline and Adelaide, twins. 

j-_5_3_7. Roxie Haskell' m. Jan. 1, 1843, Amos T. 
Pierce of Fairhaven, Avhere they resided. No issue. 

•J--5-3-6. Hiram M.,' fourth son of Christopher, was a 
farmer, and lived on ^Nlattapoisett Neck on the Antipas Ham- 
mond farm. He m. Sep. 23, 1847, Mary, daughter of Abraham 
and Hannah [Stevens] Shaw, who was b. Jun. 28, 1823. 
Issue : 

1. Hannah S., b. Mch. 15, 1852. 

2. Abram S., b. Sep. 10, 1853. 

3. Hiram C, b. Feb. 20, 1858. 

4. Stafford B , b. Sep. 14, 1861. d. Jan. 17, 18G4. 

Of these children, Hannali* lives with her mother on the 
old homestead. 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 259 

2. Abram S./ who is a farmer and lives on Mattapoisett 
Neck, m. May 1887, Mrs. Alice W. Ashley of New Bedford, 
No issue. 

3. Hiram C./ who is a laborer and lives in Mattapoisett 
Village, m. Jan. 17, 1883, Alecia L., daughter of James and 
Mary [King] Small, who was b. Nov. 21, 1862. Issue: 

1. Lillian M., b. Jun. 19, 1884. d. Nov. 19, 1887. 

t-5-3-8. Loriiig P./ son of Christopher, m. Permelia 
S. Snow of Swanzey, N. H., daughter of Ivory and Vilura 
[Slate] Snow, who was b. Mch. 31, 1827. Issue: 

1. Emma L., b. Mch. 8,1856. 

1. Emma® is a seamstress, and lives in Springfield, Mass. 

1-5-2. Asa,® second son of Staiford, who lived in Fair- 
haven, m. Oct. 14, 1787, Sarah Jenney of that town, and had 
issue : 



1. 


Michael, 


b. 




(1. 




2. 


Hannah, 


b. 




d. 




3. 


Sally, 


b. Jul. 


, 10, 1795. 


d. 


Feb. IG, 1870 


4. 


William, 


b. in 


1800. 


d. 


in 18S3 


5. 


Almira, 


b. 




d. 





Of these children, 2. Hannah, ' who lived and d. in New 
Bedford, m. 1st, Oct. 22, 1812, William Lane of New Bedford. 
She m. 2d, John Chase of New Bedford. No issue by either 
marriage, 

3. Sally,' who lived in Fairhaven, m. about 1815, Salathiel 
Eldridofe of that town. Issue : 



1. 


Sarali Ann, 


b. 


Auo-. 


24, 


181G. 


d. 


May 


12, 


1878. 


2. 


Betsev, 


b. 


Feb. 


S, 


1818. 


d. 


Jun. 


18, 


1840. 


3. 


Maiia, 


b. 


May 


10, 


1822. 


d. 


Jul. 


10, 


1842. 



Of Sally's children, Sarah Aiin*^ m. John Terry of New 
Bedford, and had Lydia and Clarence ; Betsey* m, Barnabas 
Ewer Jr, of Fairhaven, and had Frederic ; and Maria* m, 
Franklin Hatch of New Bedford, but left no issue. 

5. Almira,' m^. about 1815 Thomas Kelley of New Bed- 
ford, where they resided. Issue : Asa Hammond, William, 
Jane, Amanda, Nancy, and Hannah. Asa Hammond Kelley 
is a cooper at New Bedford. 

t-5-2-1. Michael,' or Mitchell,' oldest son of Asa, 
lived and d. at Fairhaven, Mass. He m. about 1807 Melintha 



260 HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 

Wood of Fairhaven, who d. at Randolph, Mass., Sep. 29, 
1860. Issue : 

1. Samantha, b. in 1818. d. May 15, 1835. 

2. L\diaII., b Jul. 14, 1819. d. ]\Ifh. IG, 1860. 

3. Asa Russell, b. in 1825. d. Jan. 28, 1868. 

After the death of Michael, Melintha, with her children, 
moved from Fairhaven to Randolph, where she became a milliner, 
and where she afterwards died, and was buried in the Central 
Cemetery. 

Of ISlichael's children, Samantha* never married, and d. 
and was buried at Randolph. 

2. Lydia H.« m. Mch. 28, 1838, Archibald Woodman 
of Poultney, Vt., who d. at Melrose, Mass., Feb. 17, 1872, 
aj. 56. Lydia, who lived and d. at Randolph, had issue : 
John, Abbie S., Eliza R., George, Annie, Annie 2d, and Irvin. 

Of Lydia's children, Abbie S. m. Dec. 14, 1859, Ira W. 
Porter, and lives at Mobile, Ala. Eliza R. m. Nov. 25, 
1862, Frank Porter, who is a druggist at Randolph, Mass. 

3. Asa Russell/ youngest son of Michael, was a pattern- 
maker, and lived the latter part of his life at Reading, Mass., 
where he died and was buried. He m. 1st, Jan. 1, 1851, 
Lucy T. Leonard, and had issue : 

1. Irving, b. Aug. 27, 1852. d. May 8, 1853. 

Asa m. 2d, at Providence, R. I., Patience M. Stark of Con- 
cord, N. H., who died a few months later without issue. 

He m. 3d, Oct. 13, 1866, Caroline [Stowcll] Bartlett of 
Reading, Mass. No issue. 



(l.)_WILLIAM HAMMOND OF WAUCONDA, ILL. 

f. William^ Haiiiinond, secondsouofAsa^ [Stafford,' 
Barzillai,'' Benjamin 2d,' Benjamin,^ William'] was born at 
Fairhaven in 1800, and died at Wauconda, 111., in 1883. He 
became a seaman at a very early age, and later a master in the 
merchant service. His first voyage, when he was only 15, was 
with Capt. Washington Decost, in the ship Euphrates, between 
New York and Liverpool. The ship was wrecked and came to 
New Bedford for repairs, and lay in port at the time of the 
September gale of 1815. His last voyage was in the ship 
Minerva of Bedford. After that he moved to the State of New 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAM3IOND. 261 

York, and from there to Wayne, and afterwards to Wauconda, 
111., where he purchased a farm. He m. Ist, Sep. 2U, 1822, 
Lucy H. Tallman of Xew Bedford, who d. Apr. 14, 1839. 
Issue : 



1. 


Lucy, 


b. 




d. 




young. 


2. 


Koland R. C, 


b. Jul. 15, 


1823. 


d. 


about 


1843. 


3. 


Rhoda, 


b 




d. 




young. 


4. 


Betsey T., 


b. Aug. 5, 


1830. 








5. 


William T., 


b. Feb. 10, 


1832. 








6. 


James H., 


b. Jun. 1, 


1833. 








7. 


Joseph T., 


b. Nov. 5, 


1835. 








8. 


Virginia, 


b. about 


1S37. 


d. 




young. 



Capt. William Hammond m. 2d, Dec. 6, 1838, Lucinda 
Boutwell, who was b. at Zoar, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y., Aug. 
12, 1821. Issue : 



9. 


Edwin, 


b. Sep. 


7, 


1839. 


d. Jun. 


9, 


1863. 


10. 


Kate, 


b. Nov. 


25, 


1841. 








11. 


Jackson, 


b. Apr. 


11, 


1844. 


d. Mch. 


27, 


1861. 


12. 


Frank, 


b. Aug. 


16, 


1847. 








13. 


Charles B., 


b. Mch. 


6, 


1849. 


d. Nov. 


30, 


1866. 


14. 


Nellie, 


b. Dec. 


22, 


1851. 








15. 


RoUin, 


b. Jun. 


15, 


1855. 








16. 


Carrie D., 


b. Jan. 


7, 


1862. 









The first set of children, except the last two, were b. at New 
Bedford, Mass. The second set were all b. at AVayne, Du Page 
Co., 111. 

•f-2. Roland Robinson Crocker,** was lost from a 
whale-ship, in the river De La Plata, when about 20 years of 
age. He was single, and was named after Capt. Roland Rob- 
inson Crocker of New Bedford. 

t-4. Betsey T.,* who resides at Elgin, 111., m. Oct. 16, 
1847, John AVait, who was b. in Oxford, Mass., Dec. 10, 
1811, and is a blacksmith. Issue : William Tyler, Lucy E., 
Clara B., and Cora May. 

t-5. AVilliani Tallman^ went to live with his maternal 
grandparents when two years of age ; and was away from his 
parents until 22 years old ; at 16 went to sea for ten years ; in 
1852 went to his parents' house in Illinois for the first time ; 
and in April 1859 left there for the coast of California ; in 1860 
went to Oregon, remaining there ten years, and then to Wash- 
ington Territory. 

He now resides at Lewisville, Clark Co., Wash., and is a 
farmer and stock-raiser. He m. Dec. 1862, Sarah Ann Wallis, 
nee Lotspeich, of Oregon, who was b. Dec. 27, 1835. Issue : 



262 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



1. 


Samuel Tallinan, 


b. 


Oct. 


28, 


1865. 


2. 


Clarence Ilowland, 


b. 


Mch. 


10, 


1867. 


3. 


Joseph Osiiiin, 


b. 


Feb. 


21, 


1869. 


4. 


P'elix Nenl, 


b. 


Oct. 


9, 


1870. 


5. 


Henry Oliver, 


b. 


Nov. 


27, 


1872 


6. 


Chancy Lotspeich, 


b. 


Sep. 


I'', 


1874. 


7. 


Bird, ■ 


b 


May 


8, 


1876. 


8. 


Herman, 


b. 


Sep. 


12, 


1879. 



d. Jun. 4, 1890. 



d. Jun. 22. 1888. 

Of the above children, the first four were b. in Oregon, and 
the others in Washington, and all are single. SainueF and 
Joseph" are farmers ; Felix" a blacksmith ; and Clarence" 

was eno-aged in steamboating. 

f-6 . James Ho^vlalKl, ** resides at Amador City, Amador 
Co., Cal., and is a miner. He m. 1st, Jul. 15, 1856, Nancy 
McGurk, who was b. Jun. 1832, and d. Jul. 1866. Issue: 

1. William T., b. Apr. 19, 1858. 

2 James II., b. Jan. 19, 1860. 

3. Francis Joseph, > v. xr u r i«ro 

4. Sarah Elizabeth, f ^- ^^^- ^' ^^^- d. Nov. 4, 1885. 

James Rowland m. 2d, Oct. 12, 1871, Eliza M. Joy of 
Nantucket, who was b. Oct. 28, 1848, and had further issue : 

5. Florence J., b. Oct. 30, 1873. 

Of James's children, Sarah E." d. single, at the age of 23. 

1. William T.," who resides at San Francisco, m. Nov. 
1876-7, Maggie Marden, and had issue : 

1. Elsie v., b. Sep. 25, 1879. 

2. Edna B., b. Aug. 10, 1883. 

3. AVill. T., ) , . i,,„^ 

. , , 'J b. AufT. — , 1890. 

4. Alpha, ) ° ' 

2. James H.," who resides at Gutter Creek, Amador 
Co., Cal., m. Jun. 17, 1882, Katie Fitzgerald. Issue: 

1. Willie, b. INIch. 19, 1883. 

2. Frank, b. Sep. 21, 1888. 

3. Ethel, b. Jun. 27, 1890. 

3. Francis, or Frank," third son of James Rowland, 
resides at Barbcrton, South Africa, where he is electrician in a 
quartz mill. He m. Apr. 1889 Margaret M. Steele of Dundee, 
Scotland. No issue. 

t-7. Joseph Tallman* resides at Dennison, Grayson 
Co., Tex., and is a farmer. He was a private in Co. E, 9th 
Minn. Vols., and was a prisoner of war eleven months. He 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 263 

m. Dec. 14, 1862, Frances Marion Hathaway, who Avas b. 
Oct. 1842, and had issue : 

1. Edwin A., b. Nov. 22, 1863. 

2. Esther Louisa, b. Au<r. — , 1870. d. Feb. — , 1871. 

3. Helen May, b. May 18, 1872. 

1. EtlAviii A./ who resides at Dennison, m. May 22, 
1886, Edith Belle Kinnie. Issue : 

1. Joseph Talhnan, b. Apr. 16, 1887. 

Of Capt. William's children by the second marriage, Jack- 
son* d. at Wayne, 111., single; Edwin* Avas a member of 
Co. C, 127th Reg't 111. Vols., and d. at Milliken's Bend, single, 
Jun. 9, 1863, and is buried there ; and Carrie," single, lives 
with her mother at Wauconda, Lake Co., 111. 

f-10. Kate,* who resides at AVellington Avenue, Lake 
View, 111., m, Nov. 29, 1865, Edward M. Barnard, who was 
b. Oct. 27, 1828. Issue: 

1. Edward M.. Jr., b. Dec. 11, 1866. 

2. Louie, b. Oct. 27, 1868. 

t-12. Frank,* who is a farmer at Warrenville, 111., m. 
Aug. 26, 1868, Carrie Muluix, who was b. Apr. 23, 1839. 
Issue : 

1, Carrie Dell, b. Mch. 12, 1877. 

t-13. Charles B.* resided at Clyde, Cook Co., 111., but 
is buried at AVayne, 111. He m. Jan. 3, 1872, Lizzie Holmes, 
who was b. Aug. 18, 1846. Xo issue. 

f-14. Nellie,* who resides at Clyde, 111., m. Oct. 15, 
1873, Peter McDonald, builder and contractor, who was b. 
Jul. 14, 1842. Issue : 

1. Lulu Irene, 1). Dec. 26, 1874. 

2. (irace Edna, 1). Apr. 9, 1877. 

3. George Allan, b. Nov. 24, 1879. 

f-15. RoUin* lives at Wakefield, Neb., and is a cabinet- 
maker. He m. Sep. 15, 1880, Nellie Clawson, who was b. 
Jan. 19, 1861. Issue: 

1. Genevieve, b. Jun. 24, 1886. 



264 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



v.— ISRAEL HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Israel* Haiiiinoiul, fifth son of Benjamin 2d, ^ [Ben- 
jamin,^ William'], was a farmer and lived in Hammondtown, 
Mattapoisett. He m. in 1736, Elizabeth Wilbm-, who was b. 
in 1712, and d. in 1802. Issue : 



1. 


David, 


b. Sep. 


27, 


1738. 


d. 


Apr. 


20, 


1821. 


2. 


Ruth, 


b. May 


31, 


1740. 


d. 








3. 


Sarah, 


b. Oft. 


6, 


1741. 


d. 


Nov. 


17, 


1741 


4. 


Gideon, 


b. Mch. 


30, 


1743. 


d. 








5. 


Israel , 


b. Jun. 


3, 


1745. 


d. 


Sep. 


14, 


1745 


G. 


Alice, 


b. Nov. 


11, 


1846. 


d. 


Oct. 


16, 


1755 


7. 


John, 


b. Sep. 


23, 


1748. 


d. 


Sep. 


24, 


1828. 


8. 


Noah, 


b. Jun. 


8, 


1750. 


d. 


Aug. 


27, 


1834, 


9. 


E]izabe;h, 


b. Dec. 


9, 


1752. 


d. 








10. 


Mar J', 


b. Sep. 


15, 


1754. 


d. 


Feb. 


21, 


1834 



Of these children, Sarah, Israel, and Alice died yoimg ; 
John* and Mary* d. single ; Elizabeth* probably married, 
but nothing further is known of her, nor of Ruth* ; and 
Gideon* m, Apr. 15, 1768, Abigail Barlow, but there is no 
further record of him. 

f-1. David, ° oldest son of Israel, who was a farmer at 
Hammondtown, m. Dec. 5, 1764, Elizabeth Annable. Issue : 



1. 


Israel, 


b. 


Sep. 


23, 


1765. 


d. 


young. 


2. 


Ephraim, 


b. 


Dec. 


23, 


1771. 


d. 


young. 


3. 


David, 


b. 


Jul. 


12, 


1776. 


d. 


young. 



8. —NO AH OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f-8. [Noah,* fifth son of Israel, was a noted blacksmith 
and lived at Hammondtown, and was thrice married. He m. 
1st, May 31, 1777, Eunice Hammond, daughter of Josiah 
Hammond 2d, who d. Feb. 15, 1785, as. 27. Issue: 



1. Eebecca, 

2. Elizabeth, 

3. Priscilla, 



b. Feb. 14, 1779. 
b. Feb. 12, 1781. 
b. Jul. 21, 1783. 



d. in 1868. 
d. in 1870. 
d. Dec. 12, 1820. 



He m. 2d, Nov. 9, 1786, Lydia [Churchill] Barlow, who d. 
May 15, 1804, and had further issue : 



4. Noah, 

5. Amittai B., 

6. Israel, 



b. Jul. 24, 1787. 
b. Aug 30, 1789. 
b. Feb. 13, 1792. 



d. in 1803. 

d. Oct. 17, 1874. 
d. May 22, 1839. 



DESCENDANTS OF BEXJAMIX HA:\niOXD. 2G5 

Koali m. 3d, Sep. 1804, Abigail Palmer, widow, who d. in 
1816. No other issue. 

f-8-1. Rebecca," oldest daughter of Noah, m. Apr. 25, 
1800, Benjamin Barstow, a ship-carpenter at Mattapoisett. 
Issue : 

1. Benjamin Frank, b. Mch. 23, 1801. d. Sep. 17, 18G6. 

2. Nathan H., b. Oct. 5, 1807. d. Jan. 13, 1892. 

3. Ilenrv, b. Dec. 3, 1817. 

4. Susan C. B., b. May 29, 1820. 

Of these children, Beiijaiiiiii Franklin,' who was post- 
master many years at Mattapoisett, m. about 1835, Sarah S. 
Drew of Fairhaven, and had : Benjamin, Lizzie, Sophia, and 
Edwin. 

2. Nathan H.,' who was a ship-carpenter at Matta- 
poisett, m. Dec. 26, 1829, Mary, daughter of lleuben and 
Mary [Toby] Dexter, and had : Helen, Carrie, Lizzie, Mary, 
Nathan, and Mary Y. 

3. Henry,' who was formerly a ship-carpenter at Matta- 
poisett, m. Jan. 2, 1842, Mary, daughter of Andrew and Sarah 
[Clark] Southworth, and had : Sarah and Henry. 

4. Snsan C. B/ m. May 18, 1850, David H., a ship- 
carpenter, and son of Eliakim and Mary Cannon, and had : 
Mary, Dana, Nathan, and Lawrence. 

f-8-2. Elizabeth" m. in 1799 Eichard Whittemore, and 
had seven daughters : Eunice Hammond, Harriet, ]\lary Ham- 
mond, Rebecca, Priscilla, Caroline, and Elizabeth Hammond. 
Of these daughters : Eunice Hammond m. David Wilbur of 
Plympton : Mary Hammond m. Seth Wilbur of Brockton ; and 
Elizabeth Hammond m. Lothrop ShurtlefFof Middleboro'. All 
three left families. 

•j-_8-3. PrisciUa"* m. Oct. 20, 1803, Nathaniel Ham- 
mond, Esq., son of Enoch, and had issue : 

1. Rufus, b. Aug. 7, 1805. d. Oct. 10, 1854. 

2. John Wilkes, b. Oct. 22, 1808. d. Sep. 23, 1843. 

3. Nathaniel, b. Feb. 24, 1813. d. Jun. 28, 1870. 

4. Eliz. Pope, b. Nov. 9, 1815. d. Jan. 8, 1870. 

5. Benjamin, b. May 11, 1818. 

There were also William Penn and Lucy Barstow who d. in 
infancy. 

* See Family of Nathaniel Hammond, Esq., p. 212. 



2Q6 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



t-8-G. Israel,® who was a fanner in Hammondtown, m. 
Jul. 1830, Joanna, daughter of Seth Burgess, who d. Nov. 
1881 . Issue : 

1. Georgianna, b. Nov. — , 1837. d. Apr. 11, 1893, single. 

f-8-5. Aiiiittai B.® Selectman, Assessor, and Overseer 
of Poor of Rochester 29 years, and of Mattapoisett 6 years ; 
declined furtlier office in both towns ; member of Legislature 
in 1833 and 185G ; member of Constitutional Convention 1853 ; 
Justice of the Peace 42 years ; and Deacon and meml^er of the 
Congregational Church many years. He m. Jul. 15, 1823, 
Lucinda White, who d. Oct. 13, 1869. Issue : 

1- Noah, b. Jul. 27, 1824. d. Sep. 11, 1825. 

2. Lvdia Churchill, b. Feb. 12, 1827. d. Feb. 13, 1857. 

3. John C, b. Jan. 27, 1829. d. Aug. — , 1847. 

4. Noah, b. Feb. 8,1833. d . M^r, f jtfU 

Of these children, Noah and John C. died young, and 
Lydia Clmrcliill' d. at the age of 30, single. 

1-8-5-4. Noali,^ of Mattapoisett, Selectman, Assessor, 
and Overseer of the Poor 18 years ; chairman of the three boards 
many years ; Justice of the Peace 28 years ; Justice to issue 
Warrants and take Bail in Criminal cases 10 years ; Notary 
Public since 1888 ; school teacher from 1857 to 1866 ; surveyor 
of land and conveyancer many years ; has large practice in 
Probate Courts as executor and administrator ; and member of 
the Legislature of 1894. He m. Jun. 2, 1861, Martha May- 
hew Dexter, who was b. Jul. 12, 1837. Issue: 

1. Allen Dexter, b. Jun. 4, 1871. 

2. Clara Lucinda, b. Dec. 23, 1872. 

1. Allen Dexter* is a graduate of the Medical Depart- 
ment of Boston University, class of '93, and is one of the 
out-door physicians of the Homoeopathic Medical Dispensary, 
Boston. 



VI. -ROGER HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Roger' Haininoiid, seventh son of Benjamin 2d,^ 
[Benjamin,' William'], was a farmer in Hammondtown, and 
lived on the west bank of Mattapoisett River, a little north of 




Noah Hammond. 



DESCEND AXTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 267 

the late Alvah ShurtlefF house, on the homestead of his father. 
He m. Apr. 15, 1744, Charity, daughter of Josiah and Mary 
[Barlow] Hammond, who d. Jul. 27, 1803, x. 87. Issue: 

1. Olive, b. Apr. 13, 1745. d. 

2 Deborah, b. Oct. 15, 174G. d. 

3. Anna, b. in 174S. d. 

4. Benjamin, b. Jul. 7,175-2. d. Oct. 17,1754. 

5. Thankful, b. Sep. 7, 1754. d. 

6. Roger, Jr., b. in 1756. d. Mch. 28, 1760. 

f-1. Olive* m. Jan. 5, 17(54, Stephen Wing, and lived 
on the late Alvah Shurtleff farm in Hannnondtown. Issue: 
seven sons, and three daughters, Anna, Harriet, and Sophia. 

Of Olive's daughters : Aiiiia^ m. Koyal Hathaway, and 
lived at the Head-of-the-River. Acushnet, Mass., but had no 
issue ; Harrief^ m. Capt. John LeBaron, Mattapoisett, no 
issue ; and Sophia^ m. Capt. Seth Freeman, jNIattapoisett, 
and left no issue. 

t-5. Thankful' m. Jul. 12, 1781, Dr. Samuel Cheever 
of Eastham, jNIass., and probably had issue. 



2.— DEBORAH OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

•|--2. Deborah,** seeond daughter of Roger, lived in Ham- 
mondtown, and m. Sep. 25, 17G7, Timothy Hammond, son of 
John Hammond Jr. Issue : 



1. 


Timothy 2d, 


b. 


Aug. 


10, 


1768. 


d. Oct. 20, 1851. 


2. 


Betsey, 


b. 


Feb. 


1'2, 


1770. 


d. 


3. 


Deborah, 


b. 


Jun. 


1, 


1773. 


d. 


4. 


Susannah, 


b. 


Nov. 


3, 


1776. 


d. 



VII.— ELISHA HAMMOND OF ROCHESTER, MASS. 

f. Elislia' Haninioiicl, sixthsonof Benjamin 2d, ^ [Ben- 
jamin," AVilliam'], was a farmer, and lived on the Stephen 
Bowles place in Hammondtown, his farm adjoining that of his 
father. He was for several years one of the Selectmen and 

* For further record of Deborah's children, see Gencalog}' of John Jr., p. 234. 



268 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Assessors of the town of Rochester, He m. Jan. 24, 1741, 
Elizabeth Haskell, and had issue : 



1. 


Ebenezer, 


b. May 


9, 


1743. 


d. 


in 1815 


2. 


Joanna, 


b. May 


18, 


1745. 


d. 




3. 


Susanna, 


b. Oct. 


7, 


1747. 


d. 




4. 


Anstris, 


b. Feb. 


27, 


1750. 


d. 




5. 


Hannah, 


b. Jun. 


18, 


1755. 


d. 


in 1831 


6. 


Abiijail, 


b. in 




1760. 


d. 




7. 


Elisha, 


b. in 




1763. 


d. 




8. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 






d. 





Of these children, Joanna^ m. 1st, Capt. Allen, and 2d, 
Peras Clark ; and Susanna' m. Apr. 6, 1772, Wyatt Barlow 
of Hardwick, Mass. 

4. Anstris, or Anstrus,'* m. 1st, Apr. 1778, Silas Jen- 
ney of Fairhaven, but had no issue ; Anstris m. 2d, Jun. 6, 
1787, Seth Hammond Jr. of East Fairhaven, and had : Elisha, 
Elihu, and Betsey. 

5. Hannah^ m. Daniel Pratt, and d. in 1831 ; of Abig'all* 
and Elisha' nothing further is known ; and Elizabeth' m. 
Benjamin AVilkes of liochester. 

f-l, Ebenezer,' oldest son of Elisha, b. at Rochester, 
Mass., lived in New Bedford in 1774, and in Petersham, Mass., 
in 1786, where he probably died. He m. Nov. 23, 1766, 
Deborah Terry of New Bedford, and had issue: 1. Sarah; 
2. Joanna; 3. Elizabeth; 4. Elisha; 5. Deborah; 6. Pa- 
tience; 7. Abigail; and 8. Ebenezer, b. Apr. 20, 1786, and 
d. May 1847. 

Of these children, 1. Sarah® m. Stephen Leach of Hornby, 
(or Hunby), Steuben Co., N. Y. ; 2. Joanna" m. Smith 
Turner of Narraganset and Royal Grant, N. Y. ; 3. Eliza- 
beth" m. Dea. Brigham of Hornby, N. Y. ; 5. Deborah" 
m.Oliver AVoodwardofW.Bridgewater, Mass. ; 6. Patience" 
m. Azariah Poley of Hornby, N. Y. ; and 7. AbigaiF m. 
Jabez Whipple of New Salem. 



4.— ELISHA HAMMOND OF COLUMBIA, S. C. 

f. Elisha" Hammond, oldest son of Ebenezer,* Elisha," 
[Benjamin 2d,^ Benjamin, % William'], was born at New Bed- 

* For further record of Anstris's children, see Genealogy of Seth Hammond Jr., 
page 21. 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAM.AIOND. 269 

ford, Oct. 10, 1774, and died at Macon, Ga., Jul. 9, 1829. 
He graduated at Dartmouth College in 1802 ; moved to South 
Carolina in 1803 ; was elected Professor of Languages in the 
University of South Carolina, at Columbia, in 1805 ; and was 
chosen President of the same in 1816. He was also Principal 
of Bethel Academy at Macon, Ga. He m. in 1806 Catherine 
Fox Spann of Edgefield, S. C, and had issue : 

1. Jauifs Ilcnrv, 1). Nov. 15, 1S07. d. Nov. 1.3, 1864. 

2. Caroline Augusta, b. Nov. 11. ISO!). d. May — , 1847. 

3. M. C. Marcellus, b. Dec. 12, 1814. d. Jan. 23, 1876. 

4. John Fox, b. Dec. 7, 1821. d. Sep. 29, 1886. 

•J--2. Caroline Aug-usta/ only daughter of Elisha, m. 
at Silverton, S. C, Feb. 1845, lie v. Ezekiel Foster Hyde, 
who was b. in Colburn, Canada West, May 1, 1814, and d. 
at Anderson, S. C, Oct. 22, 1884. Of their issue, Cathe- 
rine Spann, b. Jan. 19, 1846, is living at Beech Island, S. C, 
single. 

|-1. James Henry/ oldest son of Elisha, was b. in 
the District of Newberry, S. C, Nov. 15, 1807, and d. at 
Kedcliff, Beech Island, S. C, Nov. 13, 1864. He was fitted 
for college by his father, who was a fine scholar with unusual 
gifts as a teacher, and in 1823 entered the junior class of the 
University of South Carolina, and graduated fourth in a class 
of distinguished merit in 1825. Mr. Hammond adopted the 
profession of law, and was admitted to the Bar in 1828. He 
Avas elected to Congress in 1834, where he made a vigorous 
speech against the Abolition movement. Failing health obliged 
him to leave Congress, after which he traveled in Europe two 
years for his health. In 1842 he Avas elected Governor of 
South Carolina, and, under his administration, the arsenals at 
Charleston were converted into military academies on the plan 
at West Point. In 1855 Gov. Hammond removed q. few miles 
from his plantation to Beech Island, in the Edgefield District, 
to a place which he named liedcliiF. In 1857, without his 
knowledge, he was elected to the U. S. Senate to fill the 
vacancy occasioned by the death of Judge Andrew Pickens 
Butler. At this time he had been out of political life for nearly 
fifteen years. Gov. Hammond was a very strong supporter of 
the doctrine of States Rights ; but failing health did not permit 
him to take any active share in our great struggle. " In private 
life Senator Hammond was affable and genial, warm in his 
friendships and devoted in his aflfections. Famous writer, able 



270 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

governor, and great senator, — at home he was the plain and 
unpretending eountry gentleman and planter, easy of access 
to all. Very fond of the company of friends and neighbors, 
his conversational powers were something more than excellent 
— they were brilliant. His hospitality was princely, and there 
were few admitted to his intimacy who did not feel the spell of 
his musical voice as he held them in the thrall of his oHtterino; 
eye." He m. Jun. 23, 1831, Catherine E. Fitzsimons, and 
had issue : 

1. Ilarrj, 1). Mch 30, 1S32. 

2. P](lwar(l Spann, b. Jun. 26, 1834. 

3. Paul Fitzsimons, b. Mch. 27, 1838. d. Dec. 17, 1887. 

4. Katherine, b. Sep. 26, 1840. d. j^ov. 20, 1882. 

5. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 4, 1849. 

f-1-1. Major Harry,* oldest son of James Henry, b. 
at Columbia, graduated at the University of South Carolina, 
1851 ; graduated Medical Dep't, University of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia, 1855 ; traveled in Europe 1856-7 ; Professor of 
Natural Sciences, University of Georgia, 1859-60; entered 
,14th lieg't S. C. Vols., Oct. 1861, as Assistant Commissary; 
appointed Major and Brigade Quartermaster in Gen. Maxey 
Gregg's (afterwards McGowan's) Brigade 1862 ; served in the 
field with the Army of North Virginia from that date until 
paroled at Appomatox Court House 1865 ; since that date 
planter at Beech Island ; author of several essays and speeches, 
and the Hand-Book of South Carolina. Major Hammond m. 
Nov. 22, 1851), Emily Cumming, and had issue : 



1. 


Julia Bryan, 


b. 


Aug. 


24, 


1860. 


2. 


Catherine Fitzsimons, 


b. 


Feb. 


17, 


1867. 


3. 


Henry Cumming, 


b. 


Dec 


10, 


1868. 


4. 


Christojjher Cashel Fitzs, 


b. 


May 


24, 


1870. 


5. 


Allred Cumming, 


b. 


Jan. 


11, 


1873. 



These children are all living and are all single. Henry 
Cviiiiming-^ is an attorney at Augusta, Ga. 

t-1-2. Edward Spann/ second son of James Henry, 

graduated University of Georgia, 1852 ; graduated Medical 
Dep't, University of Pennsylvania, 1855 ; member of Legisla- 
ture, South Carolina, 1858—9 ; served on General Bonham's 
Staff with the rank of Major, 1861 ; planter in Mississippi and 
Virginia; ed'itov Jiichnioncl IUA^^, 1863— 4 ; since then planter 
in Aiken, and attorney at Aiken Court House, S. C. He m. 
1st, Jun. 20, 1861, Marcella Christiana Morris of Lynchburg, 
Va., who d. Jun. 12, 1878. Issue: 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 271 

1. Elizabeth Delaware, b. Aug. 9, 1866. 

He m. 2d, Oct. 12, 1882, Laura Hanson Brown, vce Dunbar, 
and had issue : 

2. William Dunbar, b. Sep. 1, 1883. 

3. James Henry, b. Feb. 4, 1885. 

Of these chiklren. Elizabeth Dela^vare^ m. Sep. 29, 
1885, Albert Evarts Willis of Williston, S. C, and had issue : 

1. Marcella Celeste Willis, b. Jul. — , 1886. 

'1. Albert Edwin, b. May — , 1888. 

|-l-3. Paul Fitzsimons/ third son of James Henry, 
cotton planter, Aiken Co., S. C ; served on Gen. Kirby Smith's 
and Gen. Breckenridge's Staffs 18G2-3 ; member of the first 
re-construction Convention of South Carolina 1865 ; author of 
several speeches and pamphlets, and of a biography of his 
father ; for many years noted as a most successful cotton and 
rice planter in Aiken Co., S. C. ; and, while he lived, a power 
in his community on account of his mental abilities and moral 
qualities. He m. Nov. 9, 1858, Loula M. Comer, and had 
issue : 

1. IMarcus Claude, b. Aug. 5, 1859. 

2. iMaria, b. Mdi. 2, 1861. d. Jun. 16, 1882. 

3. Celeste, b. Nov. 25, 1.S62. 

4. Catherine Fitzsimons, b. Jun. 29, 1864. d. Dec. 12, 1864. 

5. James Henry, b. Oct. 23, 1865. 

6. Caroline Victoria, b. Dec. 9, 1867. 

7. Frank Lyttleton, b. May 18, 1869. d. Oct 6, 1869. 

8. Kate Cregg, b. Aug. 16, 1870. 

Of these children, 1. Marciis Claude/ who is a clerk at 
Savannah, Ga., was b. at Macon, Ga., and the others at 
Beech Island, S. C. 

2. Maria' m. Dec. 3, 1878, Alphius Philip Cassin, and 
had issue : 

1. jNIaria Celeste, b in 1880. 

2. Cornelius Philip, b. Apr. — , 1882. 

3. Celeste'' m. Feb. 16, 1880, Calbraith Butler Lamar, 
and had issue : 

1. Sarah Adams, b. Mch. 12, 1881. 

1-1-4. Katlierine,** oldest daughter of James Henry, 
m. 1st, Oct. 10, 1861, James Gregg of Graniteville, S. C, 
who d. Apr. 19, 1876. She m. 2d, Apr. 13, 1878, William 
E. McCoy of Augusta, Ga. No issue by either marriage. 



272 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

t-1-5. Elizabetli,® youngest daughter of James Henry, 
m. Dec. 7, 1871, AVilliani llaiford Eve, cotton planter at Beech 
IsLantl, S. C. Issue : 



1. 


Cathei'ine Fitzsiinons, 


b. 


Sep. 


.15, 


1872. 




2. 


Edwanl Armstrong, 


b. 


Oct. 


27. 


1873. 




3. 


•Sarah -Jane. 


b. 


Aug. 


17. 


1875. 




4. 


Annie Hampton, 


b. 


Oct. 


20. 


1876. 




5. 


William Raiford, Jr.. 


b 


J.d. 


4, 


1878. 




6. 


James Hammond, 


b. 


Jan. 


IG, 


1880. 




7. 


Elizabeth Hammond, 


b. 


Oct. 


5, 


18S2. 




8. 


Henrietta, 


b. 


Nov 


22, 


1884. 




9. 


Christopher Cat-hel, 


b. 


Sep 


20, 


1886. 


d. Sep. 21, 1886, 


10. 


A])hra, 


.b. 


Sep. 


19, 


1887. 


d Sep. 20, 1887, 


11. 


i lenry Harford, 


b. 


Oct. 


23, 


1888. 





t-3. Marcus Claudius Marceilus,' second son of 
Elisha, was b. at Newberry, S. C, Dec. 12, 1814, and d. at 
Beech Island, Jan. 23, 1876. He graduated at the U. S. 
Military Academy in 1836, and was assigned to the 4th Inf., as 
1st Lieutenant, Nov. 7, 1.S39 ; resigned, Dec. 31, 1842, on 
account of illness; 1842-46, cotton planter in Georgia; Pay- 
master in the Mexican AYar until Apr. 15, 1847, when he 
resigned again on account of ill health ; returned to a planta- 
tion at Hamburg, S. C. ; thence to Athens, Ga., in 1860, and 
to Beech Island in 1863 ; member of State House of Repre- 
sentatives 1856-7 ; author of various essays on agriculture, 
etc., and of " A Critical History of the Mexican War," 1843-49.* 
Maj. M. C. M. Hammond m. Jul. 12, 1842, Harriet Pamelia 
Davies of Augusta, Ga., who was b. Jul. 11, 1821, and d. 
Oct.«31, 1880"; Issue: 



d. Sep. 1, 1852. 



d. Feb. 28, 1892. 

t-3-1. Katherine S.,^ who resides at Beech Island, m. 
Dec. 15, 1864, James R. Randall of Baltimore, a poet and 
writer for the press. Issue : Harriet Davies, Aubrey DeVere, 
Marcus Hammond, Ruth INIarie, Caroline Louise, Maryland 
Henry Campbell, and Elizabeth Yeatman. 

t-3-2. Charles Davies* was a soldier, teacher and 
planter, and lived for some years with his father. He is now a 

* From Applcton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, by permission. 



1. 


Katherine Spann, 


b. 


Jun. 


25, 


1843. 


2. 


(Jharles Davies, 


b. 


Mcli. 


11, 


1845. 


3. 


Anne Sai'ah, 


1). 


Oct. 


1, 


1846. 


4. 


M. Claudins M., 


b. 


.Apr. 


1, 


1849. 


5. 


Thomas Taylor, 


b. 


Oct. 


28, 


1850. 


G. 


James Henry, 


b. 


JuL 


30, 


1855. 


7. 


William (iilmore S., 


b. 


Dec. 


11, 


1858. 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 273 

merchant and planter at Allen's Station, on the Savannah & 
Auo-usta R. R., Ga. He m. Sep. 20, 1888, Lizzie Chance, 
but has no issue. 

t-3-3. Aim Sarah' m. Apr. 4, 1882, George O. Walker 
of Beech Island, who is a miner. Issue : 

1. Harry Hammond, b. Sep. 24, 1883. 

2. Stella, b. Mch. 5, 1886. 

f-3-5. Thomas Taylor,^ a clerk in the National Bank 
at Augusta, Gar., m. Jun. 17, 1884, Bessie Day of Augusta. 
Issue : 

1. Claude Randall, b. Mch. — , 1885. 

f -3-6 . James Henry, * railway employe at Atlanta, Ga . , 
m. Aug. 1882, Lizette Gosti of Genoa, Italy. Issue : 

1. Rubv Elvira, b. Aug. 10, 1883. 

2. Guido, b. Jul. 2, 1886. 

3. Rene, b. Aug. — , 1888. 

t-3-7. William Gibiiore Sims,* railway employe at 
Hamburg, S. C, m. Feb. 1882 Sarah Rountree of Beech Island. 
Issue : • . 

1. Helen Mav, b. Jul. 26, 1882. 

2. Reuben Clias. Marc, b. Oct. 26, 1883. d. Aug. 9, 1884. 

3. Willie Gihnore, Jr., b. Feb- 14, 1885. 

4. Hal Rayford, b. Nov. 23, 1886. d. Nov. 30, 1886. 

f-4. John Fox,' M. D., third son of Elisha, was b. 
in Columbia, S. C, Dec. 7, 1821, and d. at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., Sep. 29, 1886; graduated, University of Virginia; 
Medical College, Augusta, Ga. ; and in 1841 at the Medical 
Dep't, University of Pennsylvania; Assistant Surgeon, U. S. 
Army, Feb. 16, 1847 ; Major and Surgeon, Feb. 26, 1861 ; 
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Mch. 13, 1865, for "faithful and 
meritorious service during the War " ; Lieutenant Colonel, Jun. 
26, 1876 ; in 1849 had medical charge of troops infected with 
cholera on Western frontier ; served in Florida, from Nov. 
1852 .till Oct. 1853, during an epidemic of yellow fever; in 
1862 was Medical Director of the 2d Army Corps, Potomac, 
and was present at the siege of Yorktown and the principal 
battles of the Peninsula.* 

Dr. Hammond m. Apr. 15, 1863, Caroline E. Lawrence, 
who was b. in New York City, Jun. 1, 1842. Issue : 

* From Appleton's CycloiDedia of American Biograplij', by permission. 
19 



274 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

1. Katharine Belts, b. Moh. 24, 18G4. 

2. Elizabeth Percy, b. Mch. 17, 18G5. 

Of these daiig-hters, Elizabeth Percy/ the younger, m. 
Aug. 11, 188G, George Loomis Taylor, who was b. at Bangor, 
Me. Mrs. Taylor and family reside at Munich and Tegernsee, 
Bavaria, Germany. Issue : Loomis Hammond, Lucy Curtis, 
and Romaine Goddard. 

Mrs. Caroline E. Hammond, widow of John Fox, and her 
daughter Katliariiie,® also reside at Munich. 



8.— EBENEZER HAMMOND OF EDGEFIELD, S. C. 

•f-. Ebenezer" Hammond, second son of Ebenezer/ 
[Elisha,^ Benjamin 2d,^ Benjamin,^ AVilliam'], was born in 
Petersham, Mass., Apr. 20, 1786, and died in Jackson Co., 
Ark., May 1847. He joined his brother Elisha in South Caro- 
lina in 1812, where he finished his education, and afterwards 
studied medicine with Dr. Meredith William Moon of New- 
berry, S. C. He m. in 1814 Maria, daughter qf Dr. Moon, 
Avho died in Jackson Co., Ark., Apr. 1847. Issue : 

1. AVilliam Meredith, b. Nov. 4,1817. d. Feb. —,1844. 

2. Dennis Fletcher, b. Dec. 15,1819. d. Oct. 31,1891. 

3. Charlotte Eliza, b. Sep 19,1821. 

4. Elisha Quincy, b Mch. 25, 1824. d. Mch. 17, 1887. 

5. Lydia Antoinette, b. Jan. 7, 1826. d. Feb. — , 1849. 

6. Harriette Maria, b. Jan. 20, 1828. 

7. Eben Francisco, b. Dec. — , 1829. d. Jun. — , 1885. 

8. Sommerfield George, b. Jan. 14, 1831. d. Feb. — , 1848. 

9. James Henry, b. Dec. 6, 1832. d. about 1863. 

10. Catherine M., b. Oct. 13,1834. d. Jun. —,1848. 

11. M. C. Marcellus, b. Apr. — , 1836. 

Of these children, all but three of whom were b. at Edge- 
field, William M.^ was a merchant, and d. single at 
Memphis, Tenn. ; and Soiiuiierfield G.^ and Catherine 
Melissa' both d. single in Jackson Co., Ark. 

f-3. Charlotte Eliza,^ oldest daughter of Eberiezer, 
resides at Gainesville, Ga. She m. 1st, May 7, 1840, David 
B. Douglas, who d. in Jackson Co., Ark., Nov. 1848. Issue : 
Benjamin Ebenezer, William A., Carolina, and Cathleen. 
Eliza, with her children, returned to Georgia in Nov. 1849. 
She m. 2d, Jul. 4, 1853, George N. Johnson, who was wounded 
in the battle of Missionary Ridge, and d. at Kock Island. 



DESCEXDANTS OF BENJA3IIN HAMMOND. 275 

Issue : George and Fletcher. Eliza m. 3d, in 1873, Burpe 
Camp, who d. in 1877. No other issue. 

f-4. Elislia Quiiicy,^ third son of Ebenezer, served with 
distinction in the late Civil War, and was afterwards a farmer 
in Coweta Co., Ga. He m. Jan. 19, 1869, a widow, whose 
maiden name was Jane Robinson. Issue : 

1. Helen May, b. Dec. 10, 1871. 

t-5. Lydia Antoinette^ was b. in Lincoln, Ga., and 
d. in Jackson Co., Ark., Feb. 1849. She m. in 1846, Patrick 
Henry Dandridge, who d. Jan. 1849 without issue. 

t-6. Harriette Maria/ third daughter of Ebenezer, 
lives at Gainesville, Ga. iShc m. Nov. 16, 1858, Elijah Elmore, 
a Lutheran clergyman, Avho d. May 1877. No issue. 

t-7. Ebenezer Francisco/ commonly called Frank, 
served Avith bravery and distinction in the late Civil War ; was 
oji Gartrell's staff; was shot five times; and once had a silk 
handkerchief drawn through his body. He was afterwards a 
farmer, and d. in De Kalb Co., Ala., Jun. 18-S5. He m. 
Dec. 21, 1859, in Spalding Co., Ga., Mary A. Barfield, Avho 
now lives at Gainesville, Ga. Issue : 



1. 


Harriet M., 




b. Oct. 


7, 


1860. 


d. Oct. 21, 1865. 


2. 


IMary E., 




b. Dec. 


2D, 


1861. 


d. Mch. 5, 1862. 


3. 


William E., 




h. M:\y 


5, 


1863. 




4. 


James II. M. , 




h. Sep. 


9, 


1865. 




5. 


Eliza Amanda, 




b. Jul. 


16, 


1867. 




6. 


Pickens Taylor, 




b. Dec. 


9, 


1871. 




7. 


John So7nmerfit 


;id. 


b. Sep. 


13, 


1873. 




8. 


Walter Franci<( 


-o, 


b. Aug. 


31, 


1877. 





Of these children, William^ and Walter® are fin-mers ; 
Janies^ is a clerk, and lives near his mother ; Pickens* and 
Soninierfleld* are carrying the mail from Atlanta to Gunters- 
ville, Ga. ; and Eliza** lives with her mother in Gainesville. 

t-9 . James Henry ,^ sixth son of Ebenezer, was a lawyer 
the latter part of his life, and was a grand man. He was a 
Civil Engineer and Acting Captain in the late Civil War, and 
Avas wounded in the battle of Chickamauga in Sep. 1863, and 
died soon after at his home in Newnan, Coweta Co., Ga. He 
m. in 1860 Mary E. Eobinson, and d. without issue. 

f-U. Marcus Claudius Marcellus/ youngest son of 
Ebenezer, is a store-keeper and postmaster at Tyre, Douglas 



276 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Co., Ga. He was distingiiislicd for his bravery in the late 
Civil War. He m. 1st, Sep. 23, 1863, Sallie Roberts of 
Fayette Co., Ga., who d. Feb. 22, 1877. Issue: 

1. Claiuliee Maria, b. Jul. 6, 1864. 

2. Henry Sommerfield, b. Dec. 25, 1867. 

Marcellus m. 2d, Oct. 15, 1882, Maggie Kinney of Carrol 
Co., Ga. Issue : 

3. Hngh Lavender, b. Jun. 20, 1885. 

4. Eliza Ruby May, b. Sep. 19, 1891. 

Of these children, Claudice^ m. Dr. Gustavus A. Mitchell, 
and lives at Flowery Branch, Hall Co., Ga. ; and Soniiner- 
field,* who has never married, is a druggist in Covington, Ga. 

f-2. Dennis Fletcher/ second son of Ebenezer, was 
b. in Edgefield District, S. C, Dec. 15, 1819, and d. at 
Orlando, Fla., Oct. 31, 1891. In early life he moved to New- 
nan, Ga., where his marked ability soon placed him in the 
front rank of the lawyers of that section. Soon afterwards he 
was made Judge of the Superior Court of the Coweta Circuit, 
which position he held from 1855 to 1862, when he resigned 
and moved to Atlanta, and resumed the practice of his pro- 
fession. After the War, when the disorganized elements of 
Atlanta society came together and attempted to restore the 
reign of law and order. Judge Hammond was one of the 
strongest factors in the work of reform. He was elected 
Mayor of Atlanta in 1871, and his administration has been 
frequently referred to as a model. He never sought political 
preferment, and promptly declined a unanimous nomination to 
Congress. 

Judge Hammond was a man of indomitable will and great 
energy, and had a fund of general information and mother wit 
rarely found. It was no uncommon occurrence for him to keep 
Court, Jury and lawyers convulsed with laughter for hours, 
without seeming to try to do so. 

Judge Hammond was a representative of the old school of 
vSouthern gentlemen. Witli all the advantages of birth and 
education, he remained all his life a man of the people and the 
masses loved and honored him. He make a spotless record in 
three states,- — in South Carolina, Florida, and Georgia, — and his 
death is sincerely regretted by all who ever knew him. His 
memory will long be cherished, and the younger members of 
the Bar Avill always have him pointed out to them as a model 



x\ 




Judge D. Flktchkr Hammond. 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAMMOND. 277 

lawyer and Judge. He has stamped the impress of his courage 
and devotion to duty upon the public mind and conscience, and 
many of our later reforms had their starting point with him. 
Singularly modest and unassuming, with a child-like simplicity, 
and plainness of manners and speech, he was a refreshing 
character in this world of art. A clear and discriminating 
mind, a sound and well-balanced judgment, trained and matured 
by discipline, honesty, uprightness and integrity of character, 
a confiding faith and trust in God, — these were the weapons 
with which he fought the battles of life. Combined with his 
keen wit, there was a devout and serious sentiment, and he was 
ever fond of reading and expounding the Scriptures. 

In later years Judge Hammond moved to Orlando, Fla., 
where he practised his profession in company with his son 
Edward M., and where he was residing at the time of his 
death. 

Judge Hammond m. Sep. 1844, Adelene Eobinson, who 
survives him. Issue : 

1. Octavia, b. Dec. 18, 1845. 

2. AVilliam Robinson, b. Oct. 25, 1848. 

3. John Dennis, b. May 12, 1850. 

4. Edward Marcellus, b. Oct. 29, 1853. 

Of these children, Octavia^ m. Jan. 14, 1868, Augustus 
D. Adair. Mr. Adair is senior member of the firm of A. D. 
Adair & McCarty Bros., dealers in cotton and fertilizers at 
Atlanta, Ga. Issue : Adelene, Laura and Augusta, twins, 
and Alfred. 

f-2-2. William Robinson," oldest son of Judge Ham- 
mond, is an attorney-at-law, and resides at Atlanta. He was 
elected Judge of the Superior Court of the Atlanta Circuit, in 
Nov. 1882, to fill an unexpired term, and was re-elected for a 
full term of four years in Nov. 1884. In Nov. 1885 he resigned, 
and resumed the practice of law in Atlanta. He m. Oct. 1870 
Laura I^awson, but has no issue. 

t-2-3. John Dennis,® second son of Judge Hammond, 
entered the Universitv of Georgia in '67 : from which he grad- 
uated with the degree of A. B. in '70; received a license asa 
Methodist local preacher in Atlanta in '71 ; joined the North 
Georgia Annual Conference in '72 ; afterwards entered Drew 
Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., from which he graduated 
with the degree of B. D. in '75 ; again entered the North 



278 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Georgia Conference, and preached at various places in the State 
until '86 ; was then transferred to the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, St. Louis, Mo., and in Jun. '88 received the degree 
of D. D. from Central College, Fayette, Mo. ; and in the same 
year was elected and confii-med President of Central College, 
which position he now fills. 

He m. Sep. 10, 1879, Lydia Hardy of Elizabeth, N. J. 
Issue : 

1. Frances, b. Jul. 14, 1883. 

2. Henry Dennis, b. Oct. 4, 1887. 

3. Katherine, b. Sep. 1, 1889. 

f-2-4. EdAvarcl Marcellus,* youngest son of Judge 
Hammond, is an attorney-at-law, and resides at Orlando, Fla. 
He was elected a member of the Florida Senate in Nov. 1888, 
which position he still fills. He m. Ist, Dec. 10, 1879, Henri- 
etta Hardy, who was b. Aug. 13, 1854, and d. Nov. 23, 1883 
without issue. Hon. Edward M. m. 2d, Dec. 22, 1890, Jennie 
Sweetapple of Orlando, formerly of Montreal, Canada. Issue : 

1. Henry Sweetapple, b. Dec. — , 1891. 



John Cotton's Deed to John Hammond — 1693. 

To All People unto whom this present Deed of sale shall come, 
John Cotton of Plymouth in the Province of Massachusetts Bay 
in New England, minister of the Gospel, sendeth greeting, Know 
ye that the said John Cotton with the full & free consent of Joanna 
his wife, for & in Consideration of the summe of twenty foure 
pounds lawful money of New England to them secured in law at 
the time of the ensealing of these presents, to be paid by John 
Hammond of Rochester in the County of Barnstable in the Prov- 
ince aforesaid, the security for which twenty foure pounds they 
doe hereby acknowledo^e, & with which valuable consideration, 
they are fully satisfied & contented. Have granted, bargained, sold, 
aliened, enfeoffed, conveyed & confirmed by these presents, doe 
fully, freely & absolutely grant, bargain, sell, aliene, enfeofte, con- 
vey & confirm unto the said John Hammond, his Heirs & Assigns 
forever, All that their whole right, title, interest, estate, propor- 
tion, Dividend, claim & demand whatsoever which they or either 
of them now have, may, might, should or ought at any time here- 



DESCENDANTS OF BENJAMIN HAIVIIVIOND. 279 

after to have had of, in or unto, A certahie tract of land lying Si 
being at Rochester in the County and Province aforesaid, which 
said land is a Halfe share, that is to say, the one halfe of a three 
& thirtieth part of the whole township of said Rochester, whether 
divided or undivided, all arable pasture & wood land, marish, 
meadows, trees, woods, under woods, waters, feedings, com- 
monages, rights, liberties, priveledges, commodityes & appur- 
tenances whatsoever of in & unto the said halfe share belonging 
or upon the same & every part thereoft" standing, lying or growing 
howsoever butted or bounded. To Have & to hold tlie above 
granted premises & everv of the same to him the said John Ham- 
mond, his Heires & Assignes, to his & their only proper use, 
benefit & behoofe forever : And the said John Cotton & Joanna 
his wife for themselves, their Heires, Executors, Administrators, 
& every of them doe hereby covenant & promise to & with the 
said John Hammond, his Heires, Executors, Administrators, & 
Assignes in manner following, namely. That at the time of the 
Ensealing & Delivery of these Presents, they the said John Cotton 
and Joanna his wife were the true, proper & lawful owners of this 
Halfe shaie of land & of all tlie appurtenances, rights, liberties & 
priveledges & commodyties thereunto belonging & had in them- 
selves good right, full power & lawful Authority to alienate, sell, 
dispose, convey & assure their Estate, right, title & interest of, in 
& unto the said halfe share of land & unto every part & parcell 
thereof as is above expressed : And that the said bargained 
premises are fi'ee & cleare & clearly acquitted & discharged of & 
from all former & other gifts & grants, bargaines, sales, mort- 
gages, entailes, joyntures, powers of tliirds, titles, troubles, charges 
& encumbrances whatsover : And that the said John Hammond, 
his Heires & Assignes shall & may from henceforth forever law- 
fully, peacefully & quietly have, hold, use, occupy, possesse & 
enjoy the above bargained premises & every part & parcell thereoft' 
without the least lett, hinderance, deniall, suibe , trouble, 
eviction or expulsion of them the said John & Joanna Cotton or 
either of them, their or either of their Heires, Executors, Admin- 
istrators or any other person or persons from by or unto them or 
by either of their meanes, consent, title or procurement: And 
lastly, that the said John Cotton & Joanna his wife or either of 
them shall at any time hereafter upon the request or demand of 
the said John Hammond, his Heires, Executors or Assignes doe 
any such further Act or Acts, thing or things, device or devices in 
the law whatsoever as may be lawfully or reasonably advised or 
required for the more full & cleare confirming & sure making of 
the above bargained premises unto the said John Hammond, his 
Heires or Assignes according to the true intent & meaning hereoft': 
In Witnesse whereoft" the said John Cotton & Joanna his wife 
have hereunto set their hands & scales this tenth day of June, one 
thousand six hundred ninety & three, And in the fifth yeareof the 



280 HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 

Reigne of our Soveraigne Lord & Lady, King William & Qiieen 
Mary. 

Signed sealed & delivered John Cotton [Seal.] 

in the prescence of us 
Samuel Jougam. 

The y marke of Joanna Cotton [Seal.] 

Joanna King. 

Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Plymouth ss. 
At His Majesty's Superior Court of Judicature held at Plymouth 
for the County of Plymouth on the last Tuesday of April Anno 

Domini 1732 

Josiah Cotton Esq'' son of the within named John Cotton late of 
Plymouth, Clerc, and Joanna his wife both deceased, made Oath 
That he well knew his parents' handwriting, and that he verily be- 
lieves his Father John Cotton wrote the within Deed himself, and 
that he and his wife signed and executed the same. 

Att. Samuel Tyler, Clerc. 
Plymouth ss : March 2, 1757. Received & Recorded with the 
Record of Deeds for the Countv of Plymouth. Book 44. Folio 

61 

^f* Jno. Cotton, Reg'. 

2/10. 



ADDENDA. 

Joseph J. Hammonr], page 118, line 36, d. Dec. 16, 1893. 

Charles S. Mendell, page 225, line 9, is now Supt. of the New Bedford 

Electric llaihvay. 
Lydia Butler Clifton, page 248, line 37, d. Dec. 31, 1893. 



ERRATA. 

Page 1, lines 3 and 6, /or Abby read Abbey. 
Page 41, line ^n, for Frank^ read Frank^. 
Page 76, line 8, /or Snockley read Shockley. 
Page 97, line 16, yb?" Francis read Frances. 
Page 103, line 30, /b?- Francis read Frances. 
Page 177, lines 14 and 15, ybr Peleg read Joseph. 
Page 220, line 4, for Phidora read Philora. 
Page 232, line 15, /o?- 1885 read 1855. 



INDEX OF HAMMO]N^DS. 



Females are indexed under their maiden names. 



A 

Aaron, 100 

Aaron, 1 64 

Aaron, 165 

Aaron, Jr., 100 

AbbaM., 181 

Abbie P., 118 

Abby, '23 

Abby D., 48 

Abel, 2.56 
.Abiah, 2i2 

Abiah M., 253 
Abiel S., 105 
Abigail, 34 
Abigail, 86 
Abigail, 100 
Abigail, 109 
Abigail, 130 
Abigail, 132 
Abigail, 170 
Abigail, 188 
Abigail, 195 
Abigail, 107 
Abigail, 19s 
Abigail, 244 
Abigail, 251 
Abigail, 268 
Abigail, 1'68 
Abigail Lyon, 204 
Abigail P., 258 
Abigail S., 202 
Abner, 40 
Abner, 111 
Abner, 122 
Abner, Jr., Ill 
Abrani, 133 
Abram, 145 
Abram A., 134 
Abram S., 259 



Achilles V., 167 
Adaline, 193 
Adaline A., 194 
Addison K., 184 
Adelaide N., 115 
Adalbert D., 46 
Adeline, 103 
Adeline J., 118 
Adeline L., 162 
Adin llall, 166 
Adne, 21 
Agatha, 77 
Agatha, 78 

Ag-nes M., 37 

Albert, 25 

Albert, 92 

Albert, 189 

Albert, 190 

Albert, 219 

Albert II., 63 

Albert H., 137 

Albert S , 185 

Albert W., 183 

Alden, 257 

Alexander n., 169 

Alfred, 220 

Alice. 108 

Alice, 119 

Alice, 172 

Alice, 242 

Alice, 256 

Alice Louise. 163 

Alice M., 193 

Allen Dexter, 266 

Almira, 176 

Almira, 185 

Almira, 219 

Almira, 227 

Almira, 259 



Almira M., 31 
Almira R., 35 
Almy, 28 
Alonzo, 61 
Alonzo H., 247 
Alpheus A., 183 
Alvira, 220 
Amanda, 41 
Amaziah, 12 
Ambrose ^I., 13 7 
Amelia, 223 
Amelia F., 30 
Amelia L., 118 
Amelia L., 119 
.Amelia L., 252 
Amittai, 25 

Amittai B., 266 
.\mmon, 43 

Ammon, 46 

Anion, 1 79 

Anion F., 179 

Amy, 71 
Amy A., 3 7 

Andrew B., 73 

Andrew C, 238 

Andrew J., 34 

Andrew R., 119 

Angelina, 67 

AngenetteAV., 180 

Ann, 106 

-Vnn Aug., 23 7 

Ann E., 19 

Ann E., 253 

Ann Sarah, 273 

Anna, 14 

Anna, 63 

Anna, 73 

Anna, 78 

Anna, 100 



Anna, 104 
Anna, 217 
Anna, 221 
Anna, 244 
Anna B., 62 
Anna B., 79 
Anna B.. 258 
Anna M., 44 
Anna W., 227 
Anne, 29 
Annes, 1 7 
Annie B., 16 
Annie J., 97 
Ansel, 108 
Ansel, 2d, 109 
Anstris, 22, 
Anstris, lO's 
Anstris, 268 
Anstrus, 268 
Antipas, 250 
Arabella, 25 
Archelus, 12 
Arden Ford, 155 
Arnold, 52 
Arthur, 62 
Arthur, 210 
Arthur B., 102 
Arthur C 27 
Arthur H., 101 
Arthur H. Jr., 101 
Arthur H. 3d, 102 
Asa, 259 
Asa C, 82 
Asa R., 260 
Aseneth, 251 
Asher, 49 
Augusta, 68 
Augusta, 141 
Augusta, 146 



282 



hajvimond genealogy. 



Augusta A., 145 
Augusta M., 153 
Aurelia, 188 
Aurelia, 189 
Aurelia T., 143 
Azubah G., 179 ' 

B 

Barlow, 99 
Barlow, 2d, 100 
Barnabas, 34 
Barnabas, 111 
Barnabas, 123 
Barnabas, 241 
Barnabas, 2d, 113 
Barney, 115 
Bartimeus, 39 
Barzillai, 254 
Bathsheba, 99 
Bathsheba, 100 
Bela, 78 
Benjamin, 10 
Benjamin, 12 
Benjamin, 23 
Benjamin, 37 
Benjamin, 39 
Benjamin, 70 
Benjamin, 72 
Benjamin, 78 
Benjamin, 201 
Benjamin, 215 
Benjamin, 229 
Benjamin, 235 
Benjamin, 243 
Benjamin, 251 
Benjamin C, 81 
Benjamin, Jr., 230 
Benjamin P., 201 
Benjamin, 3d, 206 
Benjamin, 4tli, 208 
Benoni G., 42 
Bertha, 177 
Bertie, 52 
Bethiah, 98 
Betbiah, 130 
Betsey, 22 
Betsey, 29 
Betsey, 81 
Betsey, 82 
Betsey, 188 
Betsey, 226 
Betsey, 235 
Betsey, 246 
Betsey, 246 
Betsey, 248 



Betsey, 257 
Betsey, 257 
Betsey D., 35 
Betsey T., 227 
Betsey T., 261 
Beulah, 99 
Beuretta, 248 
B. Frank, 254 
Bezaliel S., 236 
Bruce F., 117 
Burton, 110 

C 
Caleb, 21 
Caleb, 23 
Caleb, 26 
Caleb, 131 
Caleb, 170 
Caleb, 171 
Caleb, 245 
Caleb, 246 
Caleb, 249 
Caleb H., 171 
Caleb S., 172 
Calvin, 32 
Calvin, 152 
Calvin, 177 
Calvin, 178 
Calvin, 181 
Calvin, 220 
Calvin, Jr., 178 
Caroline, 17 
Caroline, 18 
Caroline, 23 
Caroline, 62 
Caroline, 71 
Caroline, 72 
Caroline, 179 
Caroline A., 237 
Caroline A., 269 
Caroline C, 70 
Carr Lyall, 154 
Carrie, 157 
Carrie, 263 
Carrie B., 179 
Carrie H., 59 
Catherine, 28 
Catherine, 30 
Catherine, 34 
Catherine, 114* 
Catherine, 274 
Catherine A., 89 
Celeste, 271 
Celia F., 150 
Celinda, 24 



Celista, 100 
Celistia, 186 
Charles, 12 
Charles, 13 
Charles, 19 
Charles, 24 
Charles, 31 
Charles, 33 
Charles, 35 
Charles, 39 
Charles, 44 
Charles, 47 
Charles, 48 
Charles, 49 
Charles, 60 
Charles, 62 
Charles, 71 
Charles, 74 
Charles, 110 
Charles, 110 
Charles A., 35 
Charles A., 115 
Charles B., 248 
Charles B., 263 
Charles Ben j., 209 
Charles D., 205 
Charles D., 272 
Charles DeA., 66 
Charles E., 114 
Charles E., 222 
Charles E., 248 
Charles Ed., 76 
Charles Ed., 102 
Charles F., 250 
Charles Fred. 82 
Charles Fred, 97 
Charles G., 68 
Charles H., 151 
Charles II., 186 
Charles L., 162 
Charles L., 190 
Charles Nash, 92 
Charles S., 41 
Charles Yates, 40 
Charlotte, 82 
Charlotte, 82 
Charlotte, 109 
Charlotte E., 228 
Charlotte E., 274 
Charlotte L., 79 
Charity, 99 
Charity, 104 
Charity, 111 
Charity, 267 
Chester, 82 



Christopher, 29 
Christopher, 257 
Clara Cobb, 233 
Clara L., 266 
Clara R., 66 
Clara Sulia, 150 
Clarence, 103 
Clarence, 262 
Clarence R., 66 
Clarence AV., 27 
Clarissa D., 50 
Claudice M., 276 
Clark Edwin, 53 
Clement, 36 
Clement M., 36 
Clement M., 36 
Cleo Nelson, 65 
Clifton Leon, 52 
Consider, 244 
Cora E., 45 
Cora E., 185 
Cordelia, 31 
Cordelia, 230 
Cornelia, 47 
Cornelius, 55 
Cyrus, 72 
Cyrus A., 186 
Cyrus Walter, 61 

I> 

Daniel, 58 
Daniel, 69 
Daniel, 70 
Daniel, 70 
Daniel, 113 
Daniel, 160 
Darius C, 179 
Darius E., 179 
David, 13 
David, 21 
David, 81 
David, 13S 
David, 141 
David, 141 
David, 264 •• 
David D., 115 
David S., 72 
David W., 181 
David 2d, 81 
David 3d, 82 
Dean W., 173 
Deborah, 22 
Deborah, 27 
Deborah, 117 
Deborah, 186 



INDEX OF HAMMONDS. 



283 



Deborah, 235 
Deborah, 235 
Deborah, 236 
Deborah, 267 
Deborah, 2C8 
Deborah P., 98 
D. Fletcher, 276 
Delia, 55 
Delia. 101 
Delia M., 48 
Delia M , 232 
Dewitt C, 48 
Dinah, 1S6 
Dora Inez, 150 
Dorcas D., 181 
Dor E., 52 
Dorus, 71 
Drusilla, 186 
Drusilla, 208 
Drusilla M., 24 
D wight, 161 
Dvvight S., 142 

E 

Ebenezer, 13 
.Ebenezer, 268 
Ebenezer, 274 
Ebenezer P., 275 
Ebenezer R., 237 
Eben. Paul, 53 
Edith Bird, 144 
Edgar B., 26 
Ediuister, 28 
Edmund, Baron, 2 
Edmund S., 142 
Edmund Y., 180 
Edson Dana, 16 
Edward, 245 
Edward, 250 
Edward C, 250 
Edward E., 162 
Edward L., 210 
Edward M., 19 
Edward M., 278 
Edward S., 270 
Edward AV., 118 
Edward W., 162 
Edwin, 53 
Edwin, 112 
Edwin, 199 
Edwin, 263 
Edwin A., 262 
Edwin F., 112 
Edwin Fitch, 43 
Edwin G., 45 



Edwin Jr., 113 
Edwin P., 139 
Edwin P. Jr. , 1 
Edwin S., 199 
Edwy E., 36 
Effie, 107 
Eleonora, 181 
Eleonora, 183 
Eliakim, 56 
Elias, 148 
Elihu, 22 
Elihu, 251 
Elijah, 100 
Elijah, 187 
Elijah, 189 
Elijah G., 26 
Elijah G., 103 
Elijah, 2d, 108 
Elijah, 3d, 193 
Eliphel, 14 
Elisha, 22 
Elisha, 30 
Elisha, 184 
Elisha, 255 
Elisha, 26 7 
Elisha, 268 
Elisha, 268 
Elisha C, 103 
Elisha, Jr., 185 
Elisha Q., 275 
Eliza, 22 
Eliza, 34 
Eliza, 106 
Eliza, 147 
Eliza, 164 
Eliza, 275 
Eliza A., 118 
Eliza A., 192 
Eliza Ann, 67 
Eliza B., 114 
Eliza D., 24 
Eliza L., 107 
Eliza W., 257 
Elizabeth, 3 
Ehzabeth, 14 
Elizabeth, 14 
Elizabeth, 17 
Elizabeth, 22 
Elizabeth, 22 
Elizabeth, 40 
Elizabeth, 63 
Elizabeth, 64 
Elizabeth, 81 
Elizabeth, 84 
Elizabeth, 87 



Elizabeth, 111 
Elizabeth, 111 
40 Elizabeth, 124 
Elizabeth, 130 
Elizabeth, 134 
Elizabeth, 169 
Elizabeth, 178 
Elizabeth, 197 
Elizabeth, 208 
Elizabeth, 211 
Elizabeth, 235 
Elizabeth, 249 
Elizabeth, 251 
Elizabeth, 257 
Elizabeth, 264 
Elizabeth, 265 
J:iizabeth, 268 
Elizabeth, 268 
Elizabeth, 272 
Elizabeth A., 43 
Elizabeth A., 89 
Elizabeth A., 192 
Elizabeth A.. 97 
Elizabeth D., 271 
Elizabeth E., 198 
Elizabeth F., 171 
Elizabeth H., 19 
Elizabeth 11 , 116 
Elizabeth J., 42 
Elizabeth J., 58 
Elizabeth L , 79 
Elizabeth M., 166 
Elizabeth P., 3 
Elizabeth P., 213 
Elizabeth P., 274 
Eliz. Rogers, 238 
Ella Aug., 144 
Ella Eiiz., 237 
Ella H., 159 
Ellen, 164 
Ellen, 193 
Ellen A., 18 
Ellen Delora, 220 
Ellis, 111 
Elmer, 183 
J^lnier E., 56 
Elmer E , 138 
P>lmina A., 69 
EIniina E., 164 
Ehvithan, 108 
Elnathan, 197 
Elnathan, 197 
Elnathan, 235 
P^lnathan, Capt. 4 
Elnathan, Sr. , 195 



Elnathan, Jr., 197 
Eloda A., 220 
Elon A., 151 
Elon Oscar, 159 
Elon O. E., 150 
Elsie, 108 
Elsina, 55 
Elvira Thos., 143 
Elwyn E., 161 
Emeline, 223 
Emery, 33 
Emily, 68 
Emily, 238 
Emily A., 25 
Emily A., 237 
Emma, C2 
Emma, 69 
Emma, 154 
Emma, 164 
Emma, 198 
Emma, 222 
Emma, 259 
Emma A., 145 
Emma C, 181 
Emma F., 65 
Emma I., 20 
Emma King, 121 
p]mma Lu., 156 
Emma Maria, 43 
Emma S., 37 
P]mma Sarah, 157 
Enoch, 207 
Ephraim, 67 
Ephraim, 68 
Ph-asmus W., 156 
P^rnest, 36 
Ernest, 53 
Ernest INIark, 161 
Esther, 42 
Ethan Allen, 246 
Ethan A , Jr. , 246 
p:tta, 107 
Etta Susie, 151 
I^udora F., 214 
Eugene, 55 
P^ugene H., 82 
P^ugene Lynn, 65 
P]unice, 57 
P^unice, 108 
p]unice, 109 
P]unice, 123 
Eunice, 186 
Eunice, 264 
P>a, 165 
Eva Julia, 199 



284 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY 



Eva Lucretia, 65 
Eveline, 184 
Everett, 184 
Eviline T., 144 
Experience, 85 
Experience Jr., 85 
Ezra, 66 
Ezra, 183 



Fannie Bates, 98 
Fannie G., 25 
Fannie AV., 121 
Faunce, 132 
Faunce, 149 
Fear, 38 
Felicia A., 69 
Felix, 262 
Fillmore, 222 
Flora, 191 
Flora Annette, 65 
Flora T., 70 
Florence R., 170 
Forest, 161 
Frances, 61 
Frances, 62 
PVances L., 81 
Francis, 83 
Francis, 114 
Francis A., 216 
Francis A., 262 
Francis E., 65 
Francis, Jr., 115 
Francis W., 26 
Frank, 33 
Frank, 41 
Frank, 84 
Frank, 121 
Frank, 262 
Frank, 263 
Frank A., 60 
Frank H., 17 
Frank II., 148 
Frank II., 238 
Frank Tweed, 214 
Franklin, 83 
Franklin D., 180 
Franklin D., Jr., 
180 
Fred, 77 
Fred, 86 
Fred B., 150 
Fred C, 55 
Fred Coll., 142 
Fred H., 148 



Fred L., 254 
Fred S., 147 
Fred'cHunt, 194 
Frederic, 93 
Frederic A., 72 
Frederic A., 119 
Frederic C, 62 
Frederic C, 141 
Frederic H., 98 
Frederic P., 26 
Frederick II., 238 
Freelove, 28 
Freelove, 113 
Freeman, 113 
Freeman, 83 

a 

George, 17 
George, 70 
George, 73 
George, 83 
George, 115 
George, 131 
George, 133 
George. 136 
George, 183 
George, 199 
George, 216 
George, 231 
George A., 24 
George A., 216 
(ileorge A.. 247 
Georoe B., 246 
George C, 99 
George C., 143 
George C, 161 
George C, 165 
(ieorge C, 176 
George C., 2d, l77 
George C, 3d, 177 
George E., 200 
George F., 238 
George F., 250 
George Fred, 92 
George Fred, 254 
George H., 85 
George II., 138 
(ieorge Henry, 70 
George Henry, 94 
George Henry, 142 
George H., Jr., 97 
George, Jr., 221 
George L., 23 7 
CJeorge S., 75 
George S., 76 



George S., 119 
George S., 143 
George, Sr., 219 
George, 2d, 217 
George T., 182 
George Van R., 58 
George W., 24 
(ieorge W., 42 
George \V., 45 
(ieorge W., 55 
George W., 59 
George W., 60 
George W., 105 
George W., 137 
George W., 153 
George W., 156 
George W., 202 
George W., 228 
Georgia, 253 
Georgia C, 137 
Georgiana, 45 
(leorgiana, 114 
Georgiana, 266 
Georgianna W., 

237 
Gertrude M., 162 
Gideon, 112 
Gideon, 264 
Gideon, 2d, 117 
Girard. 50 
(irace E., 68 
Grace L., 79 
Grant, 41 
Guy P., 160 

H 

Ilaidee F., 65 
Ilaller, 166 
Hannah, 51 
Hannah, 5 7 
Hannah, 63 
Hannah, 64 
Hannah, 71 
Hannah, 76 
Hannah, 99 
Hannah, 120 
Hannah, 123 
Hannah, 131 
Hannah, 147 
Hannah, 178 
Hannah, 183 
Hannah, 186 
Hannah, 223 
Hannah, 229 
Hannah, 235 



Hannah, 258 
Hannah, 259 
Hannah, 268 
Hannah B., 87 
Hannah G., 158 
Hannah J. L. J., 
182 
Hannah M., 35 
Hannah S., 233 
Hardin J. , 65 
Harper D., 246 
Harriet, 51 
Harriet, 67 
Harriet, 83 
Plarriet, 110 
Harriet, 116 
Harriet A., 182 
Harriet A., 237 
Harriet B., 4 7 
Harriet E., 25 
Harriet M., 239 
Harriette M., 275 
Harrison J., 158 
Harry, 47 
Harry, 162 
Harry, 270 
Harry B., 106 
Harry T. W., 42 
Hart'B., 216 
Harvey, 221 
liattie, 49 
Ilattie C, 212 
Hattie E., 165 
Haltie F., 30 
Hattie Lou., 199 
Hattie M., 59 
Hattie T., 27 
Hattie W., 91 
Haviland, 110 
Helen, 46 
Helen, 159 
Helen A., 61 
Helen Jane, 19 
Helen M., 41 
Helen ]Mar., 114 
Helen T., 254 
Henrietta, 218 
Hemy, 19 
Henry, 31 
Henry, 32 
Henry, 70 
Henry, 73 
Ilenrv, 84 
Henry, 93 
Henry, 116 



INDEX OF HAIVIMONDS. 



285 



Henry, 248 
Henry, 248 
Henry C, 142 
Henry C, 202 
Henry C, 270 
Henry Clay, 167 
Henry Clay, 168 
Henry F., 26 
Henry G., 211 
Henry H., 152 
Henry J , 165 
Henry M., 69 
Henry P., 205 
Henry S., 278 
Henry T., 230 
Henry \V., 27 
Henry W., 91 
Henry W., 199 
Hepsibeth, 15 
Herbert, 33 
Herbert, 62 
Herl>ert, 92 
Herbert, 121 
Herbert C, 185 
Herbert E. , 35 
Herbert H., 93 
Herbert M., 27 
Hiram C, 259 
Hiram M., 258 
Holmes, 157 
Homer H., 168 
Horace A., 35 
Horace A., 233 
Horace Bruce, 119 
Horatio N., 64 
Hulda, 111 
Huldah. 123 
Hunnewell, 251 
Hunnewell, 252 



Ida Ann, 169 
Ida Belle, 191 
Ida H., 148 
Ida J 223 
Ida Mav, 156 
Ida P., '3 7 
Ira, 54 

Ira Mallory, 160 
Irene, 147 
Irene, 222 
Irvin C, 102 
Isaac, 57 
Isaac, 61 
Isaac, 69 



Isaac, 71 
Isaac, 121 
Isaac D., 103 
Isaac L., 182 
Isaac L., 2d, 182 
Isaac W., 100 
Isabel, 186 
Isabella, 188 
Isabelle, 82 
Isaiah, 123 
Israel, 108 
Israel, 264 
Israel, 266 

J 

Jabez, 74 
Jabez Dean, 172 
Jabez Delano, 175 
Jabez Faunce, 151 
Jabez Holmes, 149 
Jabez Holmes, 161 
Jabez, Jr., 74 
Jabez M., 171 
Jabez, 1st, 10 7, 130 
Jabez, 2d, 99, 170 
Jabez, 2d, 162 
Jackson, 263 
Jacob, 60 
Jacob, 71 
James, 49 
James, 72 
James, 88 
James, 111 
James, 112 
James, 114 
James, 158 
James, 174 
James, 236 
James, 241 
James, 275 
.fames A., 119 
James B., 91 
James B., 2d, 92 
James D., 51 
James E., 212 
James Ed., 73 
James F., 249 
James F., 2d, 249 
James H., 262 
James H., Jr., 262 
James Henry, 102 
James Henry, 269 
James IL, 2d, 275 
James H., 3d, 273 
James, Jr., 115 



James, Jr., 117 
James Lowry, 212 
James Nye, 250 
James Wing, 238 
Jane, 14 
Jane, 34 
Jane, 58 
Jane, 71 
Jane, 121 
Jane, 134 
Jane, 159 
Jane, 189 
Jane, 198 
Jane Ann, 54 
Jane I>ances, 7.9 
Jane Hiller, 116 
Jane L., 48 
Jane L., 253 
Jane Maria, 75 
Jane W., 25 
J. Dewane, 48 
Jean, 140 
Jedediah, 13 
Jedediah, 17 
Jedediah, 77 
Jedidah, 12 
Jedidah, 21 
Jedidah, 22 
Jeduthan, 14 
Jeduthan, 18 
Jeduthan, 111 
Jeduthan, 122 
Jeduthan, 123 
Jeduthan, Jr., 14 
Jeffery, 49 
Jemima, 57 
Jenetty, 71 
Jenne, 14 
Jennie, 121 
Jennie A., 194 
Jennie E., 61 
Jennie Swan, 91 
Jennison, 248 
Jerome, 50 
Jerusha, 12 
Jesse, 119 
Jesse, Jr., 120 
Jessie, 106 
Jessie, 107 
Jessie C, 137 
J. F. Ellis, 46 
Jireh, 251 
Jiry, 156 
Jiry, 163 
Joanna, 78 



Joanna, 106 
Joanna, 124 
Joanna, 251 
Joanna, 268 
Joanna, 268 
Job Delano, 102 
Job D., 2d, 102 
Job Earl, 33 
Job Herbert, 33 
John, 2 
John, 38 
John, 55 
John, 64 
John, 68 
John, 73 
John, 85 
John, 92 
John, 102 
John, 122 
John, 129 
John, 146 
John, 178 
John, 186 
John, 190 
John, 192 
John, 202 
John, 203 
John, 235 
John, 247 
John, 264 
John Arnold, 197 
John Arnold, 198 
John C, 105 
John Culver, 233 
John D., 205 
John Dennis, 27 7 
John ¥., 182 
John F. C, 158 
John Fox, 273 
John (i., 145 
John Jenney, 238 
John, Jr., 103 
John, Jr., 122 
John, Jr., 122 
John, Jr , 181 
John, Jr., 190 
John, Jr., 234 
John L., 42 
John L., 73 
John L., 92 
John L., 192 
John M., 112 
John M., 189 
John Melville, 152 
John N., 33 



286 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



John N., 59 
John Nath'l, 142 
John P., 66 
John Q. A., 143 
John Randall, 32 
JohnS , 27 
John S., 49 
John Sewall, 80 
John Trow, 91 
John W., 97 
John W., 183 
John Wilkes, 213 
John W., Jr., 214 
John Winslow, 1 86 
John W., 2d, 187 
John, 3d, 235 
Jonathan, 12 
Joseph, 27 
Joseph, 7 7 
Joseph, 78 
Joseph, 84 
Joseph, 85 
Joseph, 197 
Joseph, 248 
Joseph, 251 
Joseph, 252 
Joseph, 202 
Joseph F , 253 
Joseph H., 80 
Joseph J., 118 
Joseph, Jr., 79 
Joseph L. , 79 
Joseph P. , 1 94 
Joseph T., 262 
Joseph v., 166 
Joseph W., 121 
Josephine, 24 
Josephine, 237 
Josephine, 247 
Josephine S., 80 
Josephus, 244 
Josephus, 2d, 245 
Joshua, 19 
Joshua, 131 
Joshua, 242 
Joshua B., 215 
Joshua F., 19 
Joshua G., 178 
Joshua W., 215 
Josiah, 100 
Josiah, 104 
Josiah, Jr., 131 
Josiah N., 35 
Josiah P., 231 
Josiah S., 231 



Josiah Shaw, 232 
Josiah, Sr , 98 
Josiah, 2d, 107 
Judith Cook, 82 
Judith R., 82 
Julia, 19 
Julia, 230 
Julia A., 182 
Julia A. B., 115 
Julia Ann, 68 
Juliet, 94 
Juliette, 87 
Juliette, 102 

K 

Kate, 263 
Kate Eiiz., 41 
Kate Luella, 159 
Katharine, 274 
Katherine, 271 
Katherine S., 272 
Katie Y., 137 



Laniont F., 152 
Lany, 42 
Larissa, 14 7 
Larnet H., 214 
Lathrop. 163 
Laura, 165 
Laura, 186 
Laura A., 159 
LeafRe A., 93 
LeBaron, 236 
Leona A., 150 
Leonard, 35 
Leonard. 253 
Lester, 191 
Lester IL, 192 
Lettes, 17 
Lettes, 18 
Lettes, 100 
Lettice, 77 
Levi C, 169 
Levi C, Jr., 170 
Lewis, 59 
Lewis M., 154 
Lewis M., 155 
Lida M., 190 
Lillian Aug., 81 
Lillian E., 212 
Lillie May, 45 
Lillie R., 102 
Linda H., 148 
Lizzie, 84 



Lizzie I., 88 
Lois, 57 
Lois, 186 
Lois, 242 
Lolila M., 88 
Loring P., 259 
Lothrop, 108 
Lothrop, 131 
Lottie, 144 
Louie, 140 
Louisa, 71 
Louisa, 242 
Louisa, 249 
Louisa D., 22 
Louisa H., 80 
Louisa M., 15 
Louise B., 194 
Lucia A., 171 
Lucian T., 228 
Lucinda, 83 
Lucinda, 198 
Lucinda M., 156 
Lucius G., 68 
Lucretia, 64 
Lucy, 54 
Lucy, 77 
Lucy, 101 
Lucy, 105 
Lucy, 120 
Lucy, 123 
Lucy, 177 
Lucv, 217 
Lucy, 220 
Lucy, 229 
Lucy, 230 
Lucy, 257 
Lucy Ann, 152 
Lucy Jane, 158 
Lucy M., 186 
Lucy S., 25 
Luerriscea, 21 
Luke, 74 
Lulu, 53 
Lurana, 21 
Luthan, 63 
Luthan, 00 
Luthan, 09 
Luthan, 09 
Luthan, Jr., 63 
Luther, 106 
Luther, 131 
Luther, 105 
Luther, 179 
Luther E., 180 
Luther, Jr., 166 



Luther, Jr., 180 
Lycurgus C., 169 
Lvdia, 15 
Lydia, 72 
Lydia, 122 
Lydia, 123 
Lydia, 217 
Lvdia, 252 
Lydia A., 185 
Lydia A., 275 
Lydia Amelia, 69 
Lydia Ann, 42 
Lydia C, 266 
Lydia U., 61 
Lydia H., 260 
Lvdia L., 55 
Lydia Maria, 228 

IVI 

Maggie, 191 
Maiiala, 39 
Malinda, 87 
Marcelia, 185 
]Nhxrcella E., 187 
Marcia, 157 
Marcia, 166 
Marcia, 166 
Marcia D., 115 
Marcus A., 185 
Marcus C, 27 1 
Marcus CM., 272 
Marcus CM., 275 
jMargaret, 18 
Margaret, 88 
Maria, 12 
Maria, 37 
Maria, 57 
Maria, 62 
Maria, 74 
Maria, 75 
Maria, 149 
Maria, 271 
Maria L., 25 
Maria L., 237 
Maria T., 230 
Marianna, I8I 
Marietta, 27 
Marietta, 48 
Mariette, 198 
Marion A., 16 
Mark, 43 
Marshall, 46 
Martenia, 199 
Martha, 3 
Martha, 54 



INDEX OF HAMMONDS. 



287 



Martha, 54 
]Martha. 105 
Marllialine, 44 
Martha Ann, 91 
Martha Ann, 138 
]\rartha Ann. 148 
Martha II., 93 
Martha H., 198 
Martha S., 211 
Martha S., 212 
Martin Van B., 24 
Mary, 14 
Mary, 17 
Mary, 39 
Mary, 42 
Mary, 54 
jNIary, 54 
Mary, 55 
Mary, 57 
Mary, 57 
IVIary, 63 
Mary, 64 
Mary, 70 
Mary, 74 
Mary, S4 
Mary, 99 
Mary, 100 
Mary, 108 
Mary, 111 
Mary, 112 
Mary, 119 
Marv, 120 
Mary, 133 
Mary, 139 
Mary, 147 
Mary, 167 
Mary, 173 
Mary, 177 
Mary, 186 
Mary, 197 
Mary, 228 
Mary, 236 
Mary, 242 
Mary, 243 
Mary, 244 
Mary, 255 
Mary, 256 
Mary, 264 
Mary A., 25 
Mary A. , 119 
Mary A., 140 
Mary Adams, 143 
Mary Allen, 109 
Mary Ann, 62 
Mary Ann, 230 



Mary Ann, 252 
Mary Aus^., 43 
Mary B.,"ll8 
Mary C, 40 
Mary Clark, 133 
Mary Clifton, 249 
Mary E., 18 
Mary E., 53 
Mary E., 68 
:Mary E., 107 
7 Mary E., 137 
Mary Eliz., 92 
Mary Eliz., 102 
Mary Eliz., 113 
Mary Eliza, 237 
Mary Ellen, 81 
Mary Ellen, 141 
Mary F., 191 
Mary J., 60 
Mary J., 69 
Mary J., 138 
Mary J., 159 
Mary J., 220 
Mary Jane, 48 
Mary Jane, 150 
Mary Julia, 203 
Mary L., 247 
Mary Lovell, 90 
INfaryM., 173 
Mary S., 102 
Mary S., 205 
]\Iary V., 46 
Maryette, 51 
Mat tie M., 137 
Maud, 53 
Maude, 140 
Maude L., 67 
Maylon, 52 
Mehitable, 256 
Melinda, 73 
Melissa, 274 
Melissa Cobb. 228 
Melissa S., 153 
Mercy, 28 
Mercy, 31 
Mercy, 31 
Mercy A., 181 
Mercy M., 256 
Mioali, 255 
IMichael, 259 
Millard F.. 162 
Milton, 71 
Mina J., 69 
Minerva, 64 
Minnie, 37 



Miranda, 177 
Mitchell, 259 
Molly, 28 
Molly, 216 
:Molly, 235 
Moses, 255 
Mumford, 244 
Myrtis B., 231 

IV 
Nahuni W., 106 
Nancy, 23 
Nancy, 31 
Nancy, 101 
Nancy, 117 
Nancy, 249 
Nancy C, 17 
Nancy C, 101 
Naomi, 41 
Nathan, 104 
Nathan, 109 
Nathan, 111 " 
Nathan, 207 
Nathan, 241 
Nathan K., 49 
Nathan M., 101 
Nathan, 2d, 241 
Nathan, 3d, 99, 177 
Nathaniel, 21 
Nathaniel, 23 
Nathaniel, 58 
Nathaniel, 123 
Nathaniel, 133 
Nathaniel, 201 
Nathaniel, 203 
Nathaniel,207,242 
Nathaniel, 214 
Nathaniel, 242 
Nathaniel, 246 
Nathaniel, 265 
Nathaniel, Esq., 
212 
Nathaniel, Jr., 21 
Nathaniel, Jr., 133 
Nathaniel H., 214 
Nathaniel W. , 218 
Nathaniel, 3d, 246 
Nehemiah, 227 
Nellie, 121 
Nellie, 263 
Nellie B., 102 
Nellie Cutler, 151 
Nellie Eliz., 215 
Nellie Laura, 144 
Nelson, 58 



Nettie M., 41 
Nicholas, 56 
Nina Van R., 140 
Noah, 105 
Noah, 108 
Noah, 264 
Noah, 266 
Noah, Jr , 106 
Nora E , 192 

O 

Obed Warren, 102 
Octavia, 27 7 
Olie, 160 
Olive, 8Q 
Olive, 104 
Olive, 267 
Oliver A., 191 
Oliver Giry, 142 
Orrin, 30 
Oscar, 192 
Oscar M., 36 
Otis M., 104 
Otis S , 194 

P 

Pansev L., 47 
Parnell, 245 
Patience, 14 
Patience, 29 
Patience, 55 
Patience, 268 
Paul, 15 
Paul, 39 
Paul, 122 
Paul Fitz, 271 
Paul, Jr., 51 
Paul, 2d, 15 
Pauline, 173 
Penelope, 19 
Peneloi)e K., 20 
Penelope R., 203 
Pern all, 14 
Pernall, 245 
Perry C, 190 
Perry C, Jr.. 191 
Persis Cobb, 227 
Phebe, 22 
Phebe, 71 
Phebe, 122 
Phebe, 207 
Phebe, 242 
Phebe C, 69 
PhemieD., 209 
Philip, 3 



288 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



Philip. 170 
Philip Delano, 172 
Philip Fauncc, 24G 
Philora, 220 
Phineas, 14 
Pickens, 275 
Polly, 29 
Polly, 31 
Pollv, <S5 
PollV, 113 
Polly, 246 
Polly. 24. S 
Polypus, 244 
Polypus, Jr., 244 
Princa, 37 
Prince, 256 
Priscilla, 87 
Priscilla, 108 
Priscilla, 112 
Priscilla, 176 
Priscilla, 213 
Priscilla, 233 
Priscilla, 2G5 
Priscilla P., 229 
Priscilla S., 213 

R 

Rachel, 3 
Rachel F., 237 
Rachel M., 231 
Ralph, G7 
Ralph Perry, 155 
Randall, 200 
Rasselas A., 169 
RasselasW., 156 
Ray Benson, 154 
Rebecca, 29 
Rebecca, 33 
Rebecca, 107 
Rebecca, 108 
Rebecca, 131 
Rebecca, 1 74 
Rebecca, 183 
Rebecca, 184 
Rebecca, 265 
Rebecca IL, 119 
Rebecca R., 183 
Reuben R., 246 
Reuben B., 217 
Reuben C, 189 
Reuben W., 58 
Rezin, 3 
Rhoda, 131 
Rhoda, 173 
Richard, 108 



Richard G., 138 
Robert, 124 
Robert, 146 
Robert C, 106 
Robert C, 2d, 107 
Roger, 99 
Roger, 111 
Roger, 266 
Roger, Jr., 99 
Roger Wing, 120 
Roland. 209 
Roland G., 232 
Roland, Jr., 210 
Roland Orr, 231 
Roland R. C, 261 
Rollin, '2GB 
Rosabell A. A., 45 
Rosa Belle, 60 
Rosamond, 11 
Rosanna, 104 
Rose, 99 
Rose, 177 
Rowland. 216 
Rowland, 218 
Rowland, 227 
Rowland C, 211 
Rowland, 2d, 216 
Rowland W., 222 
Rowland AV., 2d, 
220 
Roxie Haskell, 258 
Ruby, 171 
Rufus, 213 
Ruth, 14 
Ruth, 33 
Ruth, 40 
Ruth, 57 
Ruth, 57 
Ruth, 64 
Ruth, 111 
Ruth. 131 
Ruth, 132 
Ruth, 264 
Ruth A., 32 
Ruth Alice, 66 
liuth Ann, 68 
Ruth Waldron, 205 



Salathiel, 38 
Salem P., 190 
Sally, 30 
Sally, 32 
Sally, 51 
Sally, 132 



Sally, 259 
Samantha, 260 
Samuel, 11 
Samuel, 20 
Samuel, 29 
Samuel, 40 
Samuel, 52 
Samuel, 56 
Samuel, 58 
Samuel, 61 
Samuel, 123 
Samuel, 125 
Samuel, 218 
Samuel, 262 
Samuel Albro, 141 
Samuel D., 46 
Samuel, Jr., 61 
Samuel, Jr., 71 
Samuel N., 202 
Samuel W., 238 
Samuel W., 2d, 238 
Samuel, 2d, 28 
Samuel, 3d, 28 
Sarah, 35 
Sarah, 41 
Sarah, 62 
Sarah, 84 
Sarah, 86 
Sarah, 92 
Sarah, 101 
Sarah, 130 
Sarah, 131 
Sarah, 188 
Sarah, 222 
Sarah, 223 
Sarah, 230 
Sarah, 241 
Sarah, 242 
Sarah, 255 
Sarah, 268 
Sarah A., 146 
Sarah Ann, 44 
Sarah Ann, 80 
Sarah Agnes, 97 
Sarah B., 117 
Sarah E., 30. 
Sarah E., 114 
Sarah E., 201 
Sarah E., 262 
Sarah Eliz., 80 
Sarah Eliz., 118 
Sarah J., 59 
Sarah Joanna, 212 
Sarah L., 134 
Sarah Lovina, 152 



Sarah Lovina, 160 
Sarah M., 180 
Sarah M, 223 
Sarah N., 201 
Sarah S., 147 
Sarah Shaw, 120 
Sarah T., 115 
Sarah AV., 120 
Sarah VV., 122 
Seneca, 54 
Seneca, 56 
Seth, 12 
Seth, 31 
Seth, 36 
Seth, 78 
Seth, Jr., 21 
Seth, Jr., 31 
Seth. Jr., 268 
Seth Oscar, 84 
Seth AV., 184 
Seth, 2d, 21 
Seth, 3d, 32 
Seth, 3d, 34 
Seth, 3d, 246 
Shubael, 103 
Shubael, Jr., 104 
Silas, 17 
Silvanus, 123 
Sommerfield, 275 
Sommerfield, 276 
Sommerfield G., 

274 
Sophia, 101 
Sophia, 120 
Sophia, 257 
Sophia A., 215 
Stafford, 256 
Stanley, 49 
Stella, 173 
Stephen, 62 
Stephen, 104 
Stephen, 146 
Stephen, 153 
Stephen, 177 
Stei)hen, 244. 
Stephen, 248 
Stephen E., 248 
Stephen F., 155 
Stephen F., 160 
Stephen G., 180 
Stephen H., 149 
Stephen, Jr., 147 
Stephen, Jr., 248 
Stephen AV., 183 
Stephen W., Jr., 

183 



INDEX OF HAlVIMONDS. 



289 



Stephen Yates, 204 
Submit, 147 
Sumner B., 25 
Susan, 24 
Susan, 32 
Susan, 57 
Susan, 74 
Susan, 103 
Susan, 113 
Susan, 114 
Susan, 120 
Susan, 120 
Susan Aug., 230 
Susan B., 102 
Susan Cobl), 250 
Susan Cutler, 172 
Susan Emil}', 62 
Susan L., 232 
Susan M., 194 
Susanna, 178 
Susanna A., 151 
Susannah, 111 
Susannah, 111 
Susannah. 188 
Susannah, 197 
Susannah, 241 
Susannali, 242 
Susannah R., 236 
Sylvanus, 13 
Sylvanus, Jr.^ 13 
Sylvester O., 48 
Sylvia, 119 
Sylvia, 208 
Svlvia, 247 
Sylvia R., 118 

T 

Thankful, 38 
Thankful, 64 
Thankful, 77 
Thankful, 99 
Thankful, 242 
Thankful, 245 
Thankful, 245 
Thankful. 26 7 
Theodore, 110 
Theodore E., 191 
Theodore M., 154 



Theophilus, 192 
Thomas, 1 
Thomas, 1 
Thomas, 2 
Thomas, 3 
Thomas, 30 
Thomas, 37 
Thomas, 71 
Thomas, 76 
Thomas, 89 
Themas, 93 
Thomas, 109 
Thomas, 166 
Thomas, 211 
Thomas, 211 
Thomas, 227 
Thomas, 253 
Thomas B., 66 
Thomas B., 119 
Thomas Bell, 137 
Thomas C, 75 
Thomas C, 254 
Thomas F., 91 
Thomas P., 167 
Thomas H., 76 
Thomas H., 144 
Thomas, Jr., 38 
Thomas, Jr., 76 
Thomas, Jr., 90 
Thomas, Jr., 110 
Thomas, Jr., 228 
Thomas N., 246 
Thomas Penn, 208 
Thomas T., 273 
Thomas W., 75 
Thomas W., 215 
Timothy, 235 
Timothy, 238 
Timothy, 267 
Timothy, 2d, 286 

U 
Ulysses H., 161 
Ulysses H., 169 
Uri, 17 



VenoraE., 173 



Victor Hugo, 65 
Virgil Scott, 65 
Virginia C, 41 
Volney H., 169 

Waitstill, 104 

Waity, 112 

Walter, 92 

AValter, 275 

Walter C, 83 

Walter Ford, 76 

Walter J., 185 

Wellington, 164 

Wells S., 176 

Wiley G., 52 

William, 1, 9 

William, 1 

William, 2 

William, 2 

William, 3 

William, 27 

William, 38 

William, 38 

William, 46 
William, 47 

William, 54 

William, 56 

William, 78 

William, 79 
William, 83 
William, 86 
AVilliam, 90 
William, 98 
William, 101 
William, 120 
William, 182 
William, 184 
William, 190 
William, 198 
AVilliam, 227 
William, 229 
William, 249 
William, 24 9 
AVilliam, 260 
William, 275 
William Aug., 91 
William B., 116 



William B., 173 
AVilliam C, 184 
AVilliam E., 19 
AVilliam Fred, 200 
AVilliam G., 210 
AA^illiamG. S., 273 
AVilliam 11., 83 
AVilliam IL, 63 
AVilliam II., 80 
AVilliam II., 156 
AVilliam H., 237 
AA'illiamJ., 184 
AVilliam Jeff , 46 
AVilliam Jiry, 165 
AVilliam, Jr.. 54 
AVilliam, Jr., 88 
AVilliam LeB., 109 
AVilliam Lee, 229 
AVilliam M., 47 
AVilliam M.. 147 
AVilliam M., 274 
AVilliam Omar, 53 
AVilliam P.. 49 
AVilliam P., 136 
AVilliam P., 145 
AVilliam P., 231 
AVilliam R., 277 
AVilliam T., 261 
AVilliam T., 262 
AVilliam AV., 44 
AVilliam W., 50 
AVilliam AV., 60 
AVillie J., 51 
AVillie Palmer, 151 
AAilson, 115 
Wyatt, 109 

Z 

Zel)edee. 185 
Zephaniah. G2 
Zephaniah AV., 97 
Zilpha, 105 
Zilpha, 131 
Zoeth, 38 
Zuriah, 245 



INDEX OF OTHER NAMES. 



Females are indexed under their maiden names. 



A 

ADAIR. 

Augustus D., 277 

ADAMS. 

Asa, 106 
Byron, 206 
Emily, 206 
Etta, 110 
Frank, 206 
Harriet, 206 
Martha, 204 
Mary, 133 
Mary, 153 
Mary, 206 
Olivia E. A., 206 
Walter, 205 

ADMIXTEK. 

Deliverance, 28 

AIKEN. 

John, 2.5 7 

ALBRO. 

Freelove G., 203 

ALDEX. 
John, 201 
Sally, 29 

ALLEN. 
Alborn, 258 
Anthony, 113 
Capt., 268 
Catherine, 224 
Charity, 36 
Elizabeth, 108 
James, 118 
Jane, 224 
Lydia, 184 
LydiaE., 185 
Mercy, 148 
Nancy, 118 



ALLEY. 

Belle IL, 138 
James M., 138 
John W., 138 
Mary E. , 138 

ALMY. 

Edwin R., 116 

AMENT. 

Winfield S., 68 

AMSDEN. 
Mary B., 136 

ANDERSON. 
Alpheus S., 69 
Augustine, 202 
Charles II., 203 
Emory, 202 
Everett, 202 
Hester A., 202 
Nettie A., 203 
Sarah M., 203 

ANDREWS. 
Hattie L., 170 
Mary, 251 
Simeon, 28 

ANNABLE. 
Elizabeth, 264 

ANTHONY. 

Hannah D., 228 

ANTRIM. 
Thomas, 134 

ARNOLD. 
Mary, 129 
Samuel, 5, 129 

ASHBY. 
Fosey, 192 



ASHFORD. 
Thomas A., 15 

ASHLY. 

Alice AV., 259 
Bishop, 15 
Freeman, 14 

ATKINS. 
Mercy, 182 

AT WOOD. 

Betsey II. , 226 
Ebenezer, 226 
Ebenezer, Jr., 226 
George 11., 226 
J. Foster, 226 
Nellie, 200 
Samuel, 226 

AUSTEN. 
Phila, 68 
AVilliam B., 140 

AUSTIN. 

Benjamin F., 25 

AVERY. 

Luther B., 117 

B 

BABBITT. » 

Henry, 138 

BABCOCK. 
Elnora, 205 
Mary S., 36 
William H., 253 

BACKUS. 

Eliza M., 161 

BADGER. 
Philip D., 150 
Roland R., 18.5 



292 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



BAILEY. 



BAKER. 

J. F., Mrs., 149 
Jofiah, 246 
J.illian T., 247 
^Vatson R., 185 

BALDWIN. 

A. Webster, 157 
Carrie M., 15 7 
Emma E., 157 
Henry, 149 

BALL. 
Patty, 133 

BARBOUR. 
William P., 71 

BARDEN. 

Anna, 103 

BARFIELD. 
Mary A., 275 

BARKER. 

Abram, 25 7 

BARLOW. 

Abigail, 264 
Clarissa, 109 
Gideon, 249 
Hannah, 23 
Hannah, 111 
Lydia, 264 
Mary, 98 
Mary, 99 
Mary, 108 
Mary, 255 
Mehitable, 109 
Seth, 242 
Seth, Jr., 242 
Wyatt, 268 

BARNARD. 

Edward M., 263 

BARNES. 
Anna, 78 
Ida J., 142 

BARNUM. 

George W., 68 

BARRELL, 
Ellen C, 84 

BARROWS. 
Dudley H., 228 
William H., 228 



BARRY. 

Ellen, 96 
BARSTOW. 

Benjamin, 265 

Benjamin F., 265 

Henry, 265 

Lucy, 212 

Nathan H. , 265 

Sarah L., 224 

Susan C. B., 265 
BARTLETT. 

Caroline, 260 

Elias H., 18 

Mary J., 232 
BASSET. 

Nellie, 53 
BATES. 

Edgar B., 106 

Mary, 89 

Mary, 97 

Thomas, 250 
BATTEY. 

Clarissa A., 103 
BAXTER. 

Emaline, 51 

Julia E., 52 
BAYLEY. 

Royal L., 169 

BEARSE. 

Andrew H., 179 
Clarence, 25 
Hannah, 179 
Marinda, 182 

BELDING. 
Sophie, 122 
Willard J., 122 

BELLOWS. 

Caroline F., 152 

BELYEA. 

Ida Louise, 194 
Joseph, 194 

BENNETT. 

Charles O., 122 
Cordelia, 106 
Robert, 118 
Sophia L., 64 
Stephen, 245 

BENSON. 
Hannah, 100 
Jabez, 100 
Maria, 244 



BENT. 

George B., 181 

BENTON. 

Lizzie M., 141 
S. J., 141 

BERT. 

Lucia, 228 

BERTINE. 

Josephine M. , 73 

BESSE. 

Nathaniel, 242 

BICKNELL. 

Abigail, 176 
Fannie, 176 
Jabez H., 176 
John S., 176 
John S., Jr., 176 
Sophia, 18 

BIRD. 

John H., 172 

,17 

BIRGE. 

Cyrus, 198 
Elijah, 198 

BISBY. 

Celia M., 231 

BISHOP. 
Betsey, 167 
D. B., 164 
Helen, 46 
Samuel, 71 

BLACKMER. 
Saulisbury, 224 

BLAKE. 

Laltmer S., 25 

BLANCHARD. 
Eunice C, 230 
Julia A., 161 
Junius, 230 

BLANKENSHIP. " 

Betsey, 248 
Catherine, 114 
Eliza P., 246,248 
Elizabeth, 34 
Harriet, 116 
James, Jr., 256 
Job, 246 
Ruby, 113 
Sylvia, 246 



INDEX OF OTHER NAMES. 



293 



BLEDGETT. 
Harriet, 147 

BLODGETT. 
Isadore F., 228 

BLOOD. 
Mary, 162 
Nellie, 161 

BLOSSOM. 
Lydia, 117 
liebecca, 117 

BLOUNT. 

William, 178 
■William F., 184 
BLY. 

Rebecca, 119 

BOICE. 

,57 

HOLLES. 

Abl)ie, 210, 225 
Deborah, 21 
Hannah, 21 
^lary, 14 
MarV, 21 
Mary, 31 

BONEY. 
Elian, 222 

BOXUM. 
Lydia, 216 

BOONE. 

Alice J., 143 
Eva J., 143 
George H., 143 
(lussie, 143 
Lizzie L., 143 
Mary A., 143 
Thomas H., 143 

BOURNE. 
Abbie, 258 
Annie E., 258 
Edmond L., 258 
Elizabeth, 241 
George W., 258 
Mary. 245 
Mary L., 258 
Tamar, 215 
William L , 257 

BOUTWELL. 

Luciiida, 261 



BOWMAN. 

Francis, 87 
Mary A., 106 

BOYCE. 

Rhemember, 58 

BOYD. 

Kepler, 138 

BRACY. 

, 22 

BRADFORD. 

Elmer, 231 

George, 90 

Horace, 82 

Seth, 117 

BRALEY. 
Isabel, 247 
Mary A., 247 
Mattie A., 247 
Savery C, 247 

BRIDGHAM. 

Samuel, 217 
William, 217 

BRIGGS. 

Charles H., 35 
Eliza, 258 
Jennie E., 66 
John W., 99 
Joseph, 99 
Mary A., 215 
Nathan, 255 
Natlian, Jr., 255 
Nathan, Sr., 255-6 
Paul, 101 
Peleg, 177 
Stephen, 100 
Thomas C, 120 

BRIGHAM. 

, 268 

BRIGHT. 

Margaret S., 174 
Mary, 146 

BROKAW. 
John, 223 

BROOKS. 

Jennie A., 161 
Nancy, 17 

BROWN. 

Benjamin, 25 
Caroline, 66 
Laura H., 2 71 



BROWN (conrd). 
Minnie, 227 
Sarah, 115 
Sarah S., 67 
Sidney, 220 

BROWXELL. 
Abner, 114 
Ann E., 171 
Cook, 257 
Daniel, 57 
LLannah, 257 
Perry, 86 
Stafford, 257 

BRUNER. 
Sarah, 191 

BRYAN. 

Calvin C, 73 

BUCHAN. 
John L., 20 

BUCK. 
INLxry, 78 

BUGBEE. 

Minnie G., 159 
W. C, 159 

BULLEN. 

Jane, 208, 224 

BUMPUS. 
Fannie E., 27 
Sarah J. , 24 

BUNNELL, 
Ann E., 171 

BUR(JESS. 
Joanna, 266 

BURKE. 
Ebed M., 173 

BURLEW. 
Nellie IL, 212 

BURNHAM. 

Asa N., 211 
Fannie, 159 
Thomas H., 211 

BURRAGE. 
George F., 97 

BURRELL. 
Hattie, 119 

BURTIS. 

George H., 194 



294 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY 



BURTON. 

Harriet A., 110 
Rachel, 110 

BUTTERFIELD. 
Eliza, 64 

BYERS. 

Alexander R., 191 



CADY. 

C. Elbert, 65 
Julia A., 199 
Willis, 19a 

CALL. 

Vienna, 186 

CAMP. 

Burpe, 275 

CAMERON. 
Fred. M., 174 

CAMPBELL. 
John A., 150 
Maria S., 40 

CANNON. 

David H., 265 
HalletM., 109 
Henry, 120 

CAREY. 

Ebenezer, 71 
George L., 51 

CARLETON. 
Henry, 132 

CARNEY. 

Elizabeth M., 184 

CARR, 

Deborah, 197 
LydiaP., 90 

CARROLL. 

Abigail, 86 

CARVER. 
Chandler, SO 

CASE. 

Elizabeth, 189 
Nancy, 182 

CASGRAIN. 
Charles W., 97 

CASON. 
Elizabeth, 3. 



CASSIN. 

Alphius P., 271 

CASWELL. 
Elisha, 14 
Lucy, 252 

CHADSEY. 
Frank W., 237 

CHADWICK. 

Barnabas, Jr., 123 
Ellen A., 35 

CHAFFEE. 
Joel W., 151 
JosieL., 190 
Namena S., 151 
Onia F. W., 151 

CHAMBERLAIN. 
Lucinda, 148 

CHAMBERLAYNE. 
Mary, 204 

CHANCE. 
Lizzie, 273 

CHANDLER. 
Eliza H., 83 
Eunice, 25 
Frances A., 150 

CHAPMAN. 

John, 145 

CHASE. 

Elizabeth A., 35 
John, 37 
John, 259 
Mark C, 185 

CHEEVER. 

Samuel, 267 

CHENEY. 

Parnielia, 48 

CHESTER. 
George, 204 

CHILCOTE. 

Mordecai F., 134 

CHILDS. 
Hattie, 76 

CHIPMAN. 
Abigail, 15 

CHRISTIAN. 

Stephen, 86 



CHURCH. 
Hearty, 76 

CHURCHILL. 

Lydia, 264 

CLAPP. 
Abigail, 79 

CLARK. 

Amanda, 82 
Ann E., 142 
Clarissa, 44 
David, 12 
Edwin W., 80 
Emaline S., 53 
Frank E., 157 
Harry A., 121 
Helen M., 179 
Madie A., 225 
Mary, 34 
Peras, 268 
Temperance, 108 
AVilliam T., 173 

CLAWSON. 

Nellie, 263 

CLEMENT. 
Robert, 169 

CLEVELAND. 
Ida, 169 

CLIFF. 

Carrie C, 52 

CLIFTON. 
Jirch, 34 
Lydia B., 248 
Nancy, 101 
Nancy, 249 

CLOBB. 
F. M., 164 

CLOSE. 
Clarissa, 40 
James, 41 
Nathaniel, 63 

COBB. 

Almira, 228 
Ebenezer, 188 
James N., 33 
Mary, 228 
Persis, 227 
Solon, 228 
Susan, 250 
Thomas, 228 



INDEX OF OTHER NAMES. 



295 



COE. 

Curtis N., 212 
Cynthia E., 211 
Elizabeth H., 212 

COFFIN. 

Mary A., 250 
Mary F., 250 

COGGESHALL. 
John, 77 

COIL. 

Lucy J., 233 

COLBY. 

Walter C , 98 

COLE. 

Hugh, 124 
Martha A., 150 
Sarah A., 231 

COLEMAN. 

Elsie, 85 
Polly, 86 

COLLIER. 
Isaac, 77 
Minnie E., 150 
Stephen F., 150 

COLLINS. 

Ann, 85 

COLVIN. 
David, 42 

COMER. 

Loula M., 271 

CONGDON. 
Mary R., G5 

CONKLIN. 
Sarah E., 73 

CONNER. 
Nellie, 151 

COOK. 

Judith, 81 
Marietta, 69 

COONS. 
Hannah, 70 

CORE IN. 
Mary J., 61 

CORLISS. 
Sarahj 19 

CORNISH. 
Elizabeth, 28 



CORNWELL. 
Barnett L., 41 

COTTERILL. 
Frank W., 89 

COTTON. 
John, 278 
Josiah, 125 
Roland E., 229 

COWELL. 
Hannah, 112 

COWEN. 

Rebecca, 249 

COWLES. 

Addie V., 200 
Henry F., 16 

COX. 

Elizabeth, 196 
COY. 

Lydia G., 86 

CRAIGIE. 
Andrew, 235 

CRAIGUE. 
Sarah A., 163 

CRAMER. 

Samuel L., 137 

CRANE. 
Lydia, 218 

CRAPO. 

Bethiah T., 101 

Sally, 239 
Warren T., 101 

CRAWFORD. 
Robert, 206 

CROCKER. 
Eliza, 31 
Rodolphus, 228 

CROSBY. 

J. Birney, 47 

CROUSE. 

B. Frank, 222 
Corbie, 222 
Josephine, 222 
Theodore C, 222 

CULVER. 
Louisa, 61 
Mary N., 226 

CUMMING. 
Eniilv, 270 



CUNNINGHAM. 

Maude, 154 

CURRIER. 

Amanda H., 166 

CURTIS. 

Laura E., 27 
Nehemiali, 78 

GUSHING. 
Amos, 31 
Nathaniel, 108 
Oliver, 79 

CUSHMAN. 
Asenath, 253 

CUTLER. 
Susan, 171 

CUTTING, 
Sarah, 187 

CUYKENDALL. 
Tit/us W., '6« 

CUYKENDOLL. 
Ross, 223 

D 

DAMON. 
Charles, 34 
Elizabeth, 34 
Lyman, 19 
Thankful, 77 
William, 77 

DANDRIDGE. 
Patrick H., 275 

DAVIES. 

Charlotte, 145 
Harriet P., 272 

DAVIS. 

Alice, 49 
Alice, 256 
Andrew Y., 124 
Anna, Jr., 122 
Betsey, 75 
Electa, 49 
Eliza J., 174 
Esther, 115 
Eunice, 188 
Fred, 102 
Joseph, 256 
Hulda, 156 
Marcia T. , 115 
Mary, 112 
Mary, 255-6 



296 



HAMMOXD GENEALOGY. 



DAVIS (cont'd). 
Minerva S., 216 
Moses, 236 
Moses, 256 
William, 178 
William H., 164 

DAVISSON. 

Jennie, 192 

DAY. 

Bessie, 273 

DEAN. 

Amos, 174 
Amos H'd, 174 
Frederic A., 1 74 
Hannah, 252 
Henry N., 74 
Joanna, 174 
Josephine, 174 
Mary B., 174 
Nathaniel, 174 
Nathaniel W., 174 

DEARBORN. 

Eliza ]\I., 215 
DEARDON. 

William H. H., 105 
DEISS. 

George T., 80 

DeLaMATYR. 

Allida, 202 
David, 204 
Ellas, 204 
George, 204 
Gilbert, 204 
Henry, 203-4 
Jane, 204 
John, 204 
Rebecca, 204 
"Walter, 204 

DELANO. 
Beulah, 101 
Deborah, 246 
Harper, 1 1 1 
Jjouise, 246 
Meribah, 241 
Priscilla, 170 
Sally P., 115 
Susanna A., 254 

DELOUNAY. 

Margaret, 78 

DeMORANVILLE. 
Edson, 31 



DENNIS. 

Carrol B., 225 

DEWEY. 

Josiah E., 198 

DEXTER. 
Alice, 241 
Benjamin, 257 
Daniel, 24 
Euphemia F., 209 
Martha M., 266 
Mary, 265 
Mary A. , 23 
Susan, 25 

DICKINSON. 
Mary J., 159 

DILL. 

Josiah R., 185 

DILLINGHAM. 
Edward H., 22 

DINWIDDIE. 
Jane, 175 

DIVOLL. 
Julia, 83 

DOANE. 

Fuller G., 181 
Laura, 26 
Solomon, 179 

DODGE. 

Nancy P., 89 

DOE. 

Nellie M., 143 

DOHERTY. 

Nellie E., 85 

DOTEN. 
Edward, 20 

DOTY. 

Richard, 104 
Sarah, 255 

DOUGLASS. 
David B., 274 

DOW. 

ErnWy F., 88 

DOWNER. 
Susan, 141 

DRAPER. 

Arvilla, 169 
Ira, 188 



DREW. 

Sarah S., 265 

D'ROSIA. 

Laura M., 151 

DUDLEY. 

D. Willard, 159 

DUGAW. 
Andrew, 45 

DUNBAR. 

Eiisha, 77 
Laura H., 271 

DUNHAM. 

Alniira, 255 
Nathaniel, 255 
Sidney A., 53 

DUNKIN. 

Esek, 71 

DUNN. 

Byron P., 209 
Joseph, 82 

DUNNING. 
Amanda, 69 

DWINELL. 

Albert, 160 
Clarence R., 159 

DYE. 

Julia A. G., 192 
William H., 192 

DYER. 

Helen L., 176 

E 

EAMES. ' 

Andrew R., 228 

EDMISTER. 

Elizabeth, 28 

EDMONDS. 
Thomas, 143 

EDMONSON. 
Nancy, 190 

EDSON. 
Sarah, 15 

EILER. 

Annie K., 17 

EISENHART. 
Jennie, 237 



INDEX OF OTHER NAMES. 



297 



ELDREDGE. 
Sally, 114 

ELDRIDGE. 
Betsey. 259 
Deborah, 178 
Edward, 21 
Harriet, 181 
Maria, 259 
Orriii H., 185 
Rebecca, 183 
Reuben, 186 
Robert, 183 
Salathiel, 259 
Sarah Ann, 259 
Silvia, 38 

ELLEMAN. 
James, 86 

ELLIS. 

Addie L., 184 
Helen A., 258 
Lucy, 251 
Mary C, 246 
Sarah, 105 

ELLITHORP. 
Elias H., 55 

ELLSWORTH. 
Mary, 47 

ELMORE. 
Elijah, 275 

ELSBURY. 

Rebecca, 138 
ELY. 

James, 220 
ENGELL. 

George T., 41 
ENO, 

Joseph G., 81 

ERNST. 

Frederick, 90 
Frederick S.,~89 

ESCHER. 

Augusta L., 112 

ETHERIDGE. 

Alvin, 194 
EVE. 

William R., 272 
EWELL. 

Sophia, 78 
EWER. 

Barnabas, Jr., 259 



FAIRBROTHER. 
Helen G., 152 

FAREWELL. 
Laura D., 66 

FARRINGTON. 

Robert T., 47 

FARWELL. 
.Mary A., 166 

FAULKNER. 
Irene J., 19 

FAUNCE. 
Abigail, 131 
Thomas, 131 

FAY. 

Timothy, 147 

FELTON. 

Caroline N., 193 

FERGASON. 
Emily, 144 

FERRIS. 

Augustus F., 63 

FESSENDEN. 
Betsey, 185 

FIELD. 

Charlotte O., 124 
Hattie J., 121 

FINCH. 

Walter B., 65 

FINNEY. 

Louis, 30 

FISH. 

Simeon, 253 

FISHER. 

Eugene A., 150 
Hannah A., 30 

FITCH. 
Anna, 72 

FITZGERALD. 
Katie, 262 

FITZSIMMONS. 
Catherine E., 270 

FLANDERS. 
Lucy B., 158 

FOLAND. 

Laura A., 138 



FOLGER. 

Clarinda XL, 183 
George B., 101 
Sarah, 183 

FOLLETT. 
]^ydia, 54 

FORCE. 
N. P., 146 

FORNEY. 
M. R., 70 

FORTNEY. 

George VV., 220 

FOSKET. 
Margaret, 18 

FOSTER. 

Elnathan, 245 
John B., 62 
Nellie, 155 

FOW^LER. 
Sarah, 91 

FOWLES. 
Ella, 94 

FRANCE. 
Annie, 112 

FRANCIS. 
Emma E. , 25 

FRANKLIN. 
Benjamin, 197 

FRAWLEY. 
Mary E., 212 

FREEMAN. 

Abigail, Jr , 251 
Chas. Bruce, 251 
Sally, 251 
Seth, 267 

FULLER. 
Emma L., 26 
Jasper, 51 
Mary, 39 

O 

GAGE. 

Thomas, 57 

GALLUP. 

George, 70 

GAM BELL. 

Abigail, 219 
Orrin, 176 



298 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



GARDNER. 
Allen, 153 
David G., 152 
Lois, 57 
Lydia, 12 
Moses, 78 

GARHING. 

Carrie, 55 

GASTON. 
Atlielston, 64 
Eben, 63 

GEER. 

Almeda L., 200 

GEFFROY. 

Thomas P., 233 

GELETT. 
John, 25 
Rebecca, 119 

GERMAINE. 

Libbie, 157 

GESSLER. 

Frances L., 137 

GETCHEL. 
Ada M., 36 

GIBBS. 

Marietta E., 198 

GIBSON. 
Johnson, 107 
Robert W., 72 

GIFFORD. 
Alden, 87 
Fear, 122 
George P., 87 
Hannah, 37 
Nancy R., 26 
Peleg W., 118 
Reuben, 122 

GILBREATH. 
Caroline, 191 

GILLS. 
Jesse, 178 
Mehitable, 182 

GLASGOW. 
Joseph, 59 

GLEZEN. 

James, 188 

GLOVER. 

William P., 40 



GODDARD. 
George H., 94 
Eliza, 168 
Nancy M., 168 

GOLDSMITH. 
John, 87 

GOODRICH. 

Ruth, 67 

GOODWIN. 

Alanson, 257 

GORIIAM. 
Jabez, 31 
Jane, 33 

GORTON. 
John, 55 

GOSLING. 
Martha, 143 

GOSTI. 

Lizette, 273 

GOULD. 
Daniel, 67 
Ella M., 254 
George W., 88 
Sally, 179 
Samuel N., 22 
Sarah, 179 

GRAHAM. 
Lizzie, 154 

GRANNIS. 
Almira, 45 
Levi, 44 

GRAVES. 
Simeon, 107 

GREEN. 
Amy, 70 
Leo, 41 
Louisa, 171 
Lydia, 170 
Maria, 122 
Polly. 71 
Stephen, 75 
Susan, 103 

GREENE. 

William A., 35 

GREENFIELD. 
Thomas, 17 

GREGG. 
James, 271 



GREGORY. 

Susan, 164 
Theodorus, 109 

GREY. 

Richard, 57 
Sarah, 60 

GRIFFITH. 

Obed, 14 

GRINNELL. 

Cornelius, 118 

GROSS. 

Phoebe E., 41 

GRUESBECK. 
Abigail, 219 
Amelia, 222 
Catherine, 219 

GUNTHER. 

Laura, 102 

GURNEY. 

William A., 35 

H 

HACKET. 

Asa, 14 

HADLEY. 
Eliza. 246 
Stephen, 15 

HAD SELL. 

Georgia, 68 

HAIGHT. 

Joseph, 57 
HALE. 

Mary E., 161 

William D., 65 
HALL. 

Abigail, 166 

David, 120 

Eliphalet, 104 

Eliza, 258 

James M., Jr., 114 

Mary, 214 

Minnie, 102 

William L., 205 
HALLETT. 

Sarah, 250 
HAMILTON. 

Almeda, 182 

Edwin L., 68 

Helen H., 43 

Warren G., 81 



INDEX OF OTHER NAMES. 



299 



HANCOCK. 
Mariette, 171 

HANDY. 
Gamaliel, 22 
George, 21 

HANEY. 

William, 34 

HANNAFORD, 
Jennie E , 124 

HAPGOOD, 
Mary L., 141 
Salome F., 141 

HARD. 

Charles F. N., 83 

HARDING. 
Elijah T., 182 
Rhoda A., 184 
Samuel, 183 

HARDY. 
Albert, 184 
Albertina, 184 
Edmund, 92 
Henrietta, 278 
Lydia, 278 

HARKINS. 
Harry, 88 

HARLOW. 
Hannah, 252 
Lurana K., 253 

HARRINGTON. 
Parmelia, 160 
Sarah, 187 

HARRUB. 
Sarah A., 231 

HART. 

George A., 37 
Hattie A., 247 
Sallie, 191 

HARTER. 

Frank H., 172 

HARTSHORN. 
J. Willard, 157 

HART WELL. 
James L., 141 
Mary E., 141 

HARVEY. 

Frank, 30 
, 252 



HASKELL. 
Abigail, 251 
Elizabeth, 268 
Hunnewell, 251 
Job, 251 
Joseph, 130 
Lydia, 251 
Palmer, 31 
Seth, 109 
Seth, 254 

HASKINS. 
Isaac, 30 
John AV., 237 
Orpha B., 32 
Ruby A., 33 

HASTINGS. 
Daniel, 236 
Jennie, 161 

HATCH. 
Celia, 82 
Franklin, 259 
Joanna, 123 
Rebecca, 124 
Ruth, 123 

HATHAWAY. 
Abigail, 74 
Bennajah, 31 
Elizabeth, 207 
Emma, 66 
Frances M. , 263 
Gardner, 105 
Mary, 11 
Noah, 31 
Royal, 267 
Sally, 100 
Samuel W., 75 
Thomas, 230 

HATTLESTONE.. 
Betsey P., 115 

HAWLEY. 
George B., 90 
Sally, 133 

HAYDEN. 

Joseph, Jr., 77 

HAYES. 

Anna E., 233 

HAY WARD. 

Martin, 80 

HAZARD. 

Annie T., 26 



HEADLE. 
Lucy M., 165 

HE AFIELD. 
San ford J., 199 

HELLER. 

Sarah J., 203 

HENDERSON. 
Eliza J., 238 

HENDRICK. 
Asa, 19 

HENDY. 

Susie E., 66 

HENRY. 

Almeda, 47 
Anna, 167 

HERVEY. 
, 252 

HICKEY. 
John, 44 

HICKS. 

Caroline, 73 

HIGGINS. 
Ann, 19 
Maggie L., 173 
Mary, 4 7 

HILL. 
Frank, 51 
Sadie, 80 

IIILLER, 

Charles H., 253 
Matthew, 248 

HILLMAN. 
Hulda, 113 

HINCKLEY. 

William, 88 
HINDS. 

Mary F. W., 151 
HITCH. 

Emma, 71 

Nelson A., 71 
HOAG. 

Ruby A., 76 

Stephen C, 73 
HODGE. 

Isannah, 82 
HODGES. 

Charlotte, 179 

Sarah, 115 



300 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



HODSKINS. 
Damon IL, 62 

HOFFMAN. 
Lavina, 45 
Minnie, 56 

HOLBROOK. 
Charles E., 148 

HOLLIS. 
John F. , 84 

HOLMES. 
Annie P., 53 
David E., 61 
Heman G., 258 
Horace, 234 
Ida C, 60 
Josiah A., 231 
Lizzie, 263 
Mary, 132 
Prudence, 234 
Thomas, 29 

HOOPER. 

Sarah E., 79 
HOPKINS. 

Mercy, 181 

HORN. 
Jane, 165 
Jemima, 164 

HOSMER. 

Granville, 93 
HOUSE, 

Mercy, 255 
HOVEY. 

Ivory, 6 

Olive, 111 

HOWARD. 
Lydia, 114 
Parmelia, 115 

HOWE. 

Jane L., 92 
Malana, 50 

HOWELL. 

Henry D., 143 

HOWES. 
Abel, 235 
Dorinda, 186 
Emma, 239 
Frank LeB., 239 
Idella C, 24 
Marshall, 239 
Mercy, 255 



HUBBARD. 
William H., 32 

HUBBELL. 
Myron, 62 

HUDSON. 

Wilson B., 215 

HUFFER. 

Elizabeth, 189 

HULSE. 

Julia A., 220 

HUMPHREYS. 

Frank, 137 

HUNNEWELL. 
Elizabeth, 243 

HUNT. 
Ada, 36 
Oliver, 35 

HUNTER. 

Catherine A., 164 

HUNTLEY. 

Florence E., 200 

HUNTLINQ. 
Tennis D., 237 

HURD. 

Amy A., 44 
Louisa A., 45 

HUSTON. 
Sarah, 92 

HYDE. 

Annie E., 85 
Catherine S., 269 
Ezekiel F., 269 
George E., 85 
James, 85 
Lydia, 61 

HYLAND. 
Henry, 85 



INGERSOLL. 
JohnN., 68 

INSCO. 

James IL C, 59 

IRISH. 

Sarah P., 27 



J 

JACKSON. 

Nancy, 104 

JACOBS. 
Thomas, 48 

JACQUES. 

William M., 143 

JAMES. 

Caroline, 149 

JAQUESS. 

George D., 189 

JAY. 

James, 239 

JENKINS. 
John, 23 

JENNE. 

Jehaziel, 74 
, 255 

JENNEY. 

Anstris H'd, 21 
Elizabeth, 13 
John, 252 
Jonathan, 14 
Lovica, 237 
Lvdia, 111 
M'ary, 14 
Prince, 77 
Sarah, 259 
Silas, 268 

JENNISON. 
Sumner II. , 46 

JIPSON. 

Norton W., 160 

JOHNSON. 

George N., 274 
Henry E., 85 
Hiram R., 214 
Jacob, 219 
Rebecca, 84 
Samuel, 107 
William W., 59 

JONES. 

Samuel, 77 
Sarah, 12 
Sylvester, 41 
Walter, 144 

JORDAN. 

Frank W., 222 



INDEX OF OTHER XAMES. 



301 



JOY. 

Eliza M., 262 

JUDSON. 

Clark, 45 
Edward G., 144 

K 

KEELER. 

Fannie B., 198 

KEERNAX. 
Maggie, 190 

KEITH. 

Charles F., 258 

KELLEY. 
Asa H'd, 259 
Mary, 33 
Thomas, 259 

, 46 

KELSEY. 

Clara, 206 

KEMPTON. 

Elijah, 77 

KENDALL. 
David, 133 
Ellen F., 160 

KENDllICK. 

Alfred, 109 

KENNEDY. 
Andrew, 144 
Joseph, 144 

KENNEY. 

Jacob, 14 

KERR. 

Alexander, 67 

KEYES. 

, 147 

KING. 

Caleb, 253 
Charles A., 227 
Marriet S., 121 
Susan B., 88 

KINNEY. 

Maggie, 276 

KINNIE. 

Edith B., 263 

KIRBY. 

Cvnlhia, 76 



KNAPP. 
Jared, 147 
Mary, 171 
Susan A., 46 

KNIGHTS. 
Mary, 249 

KNOX. 

Henry C, 60 

KOEPKA. 
Charles, 45 



LACY. 

Elizabeth, 145 
Henry, 146 

LAIRD. 

Charles K., 175 
Horatio N., 175 
Julia, 174 
Samuel, 174 
Samuel, Jr., 174 

LAMAR. 

Calbraith B., 271 

LAMBERT. 
Mary, 245 

LAMSON. 

, 251 

LANDERS. 
Ephraim, 14 

LANE. 

John W., 215 
William, 259 

LANGLEY. 

Rebecca J., 249 

LANPHIER. 
Susan M., 169 

LARABLE. 
Martin, 60 

LaRUE. 

Eliza J., 138 

LASHER. 
John, 58 

LAVARE. 

Lavina A. T., 86 

LAWRENCE. 
Caroline E., 273 
IShirtha L., 97 



LAWTON. 

Russell T., 103 

LEACH. 

Eliza Ann, 19 
Jane, 120 
Stephen, 268 

LeBARON. 
Alton, 213 
Betsey, 236 
Enoch H'd, 213 
Francis, 213 
John, 267 
Lazerus, 213 
Lemuel, 6 
]\rary, 109 
M. Bartlett, 252 

LEE. 

B. Frank, 194 
Gilbert W., 97 
Sylvester J., 228 

LEONARD. 

Caroline L., 234 
Charles T., 254 
Enoch, 132 
George E., 121 
Jane, 121 
Lucy T., 260 
Mary, 26 

LEROY. 

Mary S., 152 

LEVERING. 
Mattie A., 227 

LEWIS. 

Ellis, 247 
James. 114 
John R., 247 
Mariette, 46 
Mary, 222 

LIBBY. 

Myra Belle, 92 

LIFFLER. 

William P., 159 

LINCOLN. 
Elizabeth, 79 
Frank, 37 

LITTLE. 

Anna M., 106 
Elsie N., 107 
llenie VV., 107 



302 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY 



LIVEN SPARGER. 
Daniel, 220 

LLOYD. 

Almyra, 137 

LOBB. 

Laura, 98 

LOBDELL. 
Caleb, 40 
Kutli, 42 

LOCKE. 

Dean J., 232 

George S., 232 
Horace M., 230 

LOCKWOOD. 
Joseph W., 70 
Lydia, 72 
Nathaniel, 72 

LOMBARD. 
Elizabeth, 21 
Mary, 245 

LONG. 

Martha, 158 
Vernon, 193 

LONGLEY. 

Edmond, 1 7 

LORING. 

Susanna, 78 

LOTHROP. 

Ebenezer, 130 
Hope, 130 
John, 9 
Sarah, 131 

LOUCKS. 
Minnie, 63 

LOVELAND. 
Winslow, 180 

LOVELL. 
Betsey, 89 
Eldredge, 104 
Horace, 101 

LOWRY. 

Ellen, 211 

LUCE. 

John (;., 101 
Thomas S. , 150' 

LUTHER. 

Nathaniel. 218 



LYNDON. 

Caleb, 197 

LYON. 

Edgar M., 24 
Frank M., 24 
Gilbert, 24 

LYONS. 
Amanda, 53 

M 
MACK. 
John, 77 

MACOMBER. 
Abbie A., 26 
Harriet, 27 
Louise, 114 
Margaret, 56 
Sally, 30 
, 57 

MACY. 

Sarah, 58 

MAKER. 

Loella, 180 

MANCHESTER. 

Lucy, 29 

MANERING. 
James H., 139 
Rebecca A., 137 

MANEY. 

Kate, 110 

MANN. 

Gordon, 82 
Josiah, 82 
]^oretta, 47 

MARBLE. 

Edwin, 18 
Francis, 103 

MARCY. 

Sarah, 157 

MARDEN. 

Maggie, 262 

MARK. 
Ann, 43 

MARRETT. 

Ella, 151 

MARIIN. 

Abbie, 199 
JNIartha E., 221 



MASSENBURG. 
^Valter L., 249 

MATHEWS. 

Charlotte, 145 
Maiia, 146 

MAXIM. 

Henry T., 31 
Sylvia A., 247 
Zilpha, 105 

MAYNARD. 
Ezra, 188 

MAY^O. 

Susie M., 185 

McCOY. 

AVilham E., 271 

McCRAY. 
Josiah, 51 
Samuel, 51 

McDonald. 

Peter, 263 

McDOUGAL. 
Emily, 211 

McELLERAN. 
Fanny, 202 

McFARLAND. 
Alice J., 194 

McGEORGE. 
Eliza, 156 

McGRATH. 
Lewis, 153 
Lovina, 153 

Lucy, 152 

McGregor. 

Dolly, 233 

McGURK. 

Nancy, 262 

McINTYRE. 

Elizabeth, 148 

McKEE. 

Hattie A., 50 

McKOY. 

Hannah, 110 

McLARON. 
Alice v., 222 

Mclaughlin. 

Mary, 187 



INDEX OF OTHER NAMES. 



303 



McLAUREN. 

Samuel, 70 
McXEIL. 
Allie, 59 
Bradford S., 59 

McNEW. 

Alice, 20 

MEANS. 

William, 79 

MEEKIXS. 

jMattie E., ; 9 

MEIGS. 
Mary, 28 
'J hank fill, 123 

MENDELL. 
Ahbie, 210 
Charles S., 225 
Ellis, 224 
Ellis, 224 
Ellis. 225 
Ellis L., 225 
Emily O., 36 
(ieorge, 224 
(ieorge, 225 
Hannah, 224 
Harriet iM., 225 
Henry, 225 
Henry 2(1, 225 
Jane, 208 
Jane, 224 
Jennie C, 225 
John, 224 
Kate C, 225 
Lucy, 224 
Lucv A., 225 
Maria, 224 
Mary, '224 
Kebecca F. , 2G 
Seth, 224 
Susie L., 27 

MENDEXHAEL. 

Ida, 155 

MERRICK. 
Fannie L., 155 
Margaret M., 20 
Xathaniel, 242 

MERRIHEW. 
Peace, 14 
Zilpha, 74 

MIIJ5URX. 

Thomas W., 137 



AHLES. 

Flora E., 162 

MILLER. 
James, 219 
John, 134 
Martha J., 223 
Sarah E., 220 

MIXTER. 

Elanora, 59 

MITCHELL. 

(iustavus A., 276 
MOXGER. 

Harvey, 132 
MOXJOHAM. 

, 124 

MOXK. 

Audelle \V., 114 
MOOX. 

Maria, 274 

MOORE. 

Amanda, 165 
Jonathan, 244 
Jonatltan, 252 

MOREY. 

Samuel, 48 

MORGAX. 
Hannah, 112 

MORRIS. 

Marcella C, 270 

MORRISOX. 
Jennie N., 200 

MORSE. 

Rosette L., 162 

MORTOX. 
Huldah, 163 

MOULTOX. 
Alvin S., 18 

MULLIXS. 
Priscilla, 201 

MULUIX. 
Carrie, 263 

MUMFORD. 
Sarah, 244 
, 244 

MUXGER. 
Ida H., 148 
Linda, 148 
Nelson, 148 



MURDOCK. 

James, 217 

MURRY. 

Matilda, 60 

MYERS. 

Dillon P., 54 

MYRRICK. 

Nathaniel, 242 

XASH. 

Betsey Ann, 81 
Joseph, 77 
Joshua L., 227 

NEAL. 
Job, 108 

XEWELL. 
Edward J., 45 

NEWKIRK. 

Cornelius L., 221 
Garrett, 221 
(ieorge H'cL 221 
JohnA., 221 
Mary Ella, 221 
Sarah, 221 

XEWTOX. 
H. H., 206 

NICHOLS. 
Asa G., 64 
Mary, 103 
Sarah, 201 

NICKERSOX. 

Bathsheba S., 180 
Ruth A., 35 
Susan E., 180 
, 29 

NOBLE. 
Sylvia, 76 

NORRIS. 
Mary C, 55 

NORTON. . 
Mary, 112 

NYE. 

Alonzo, 1 79 
J. P., 68 
Rebecca, 74 
Rebecca, 122 



304 



HAINEMOND GENEALOGY. 



o 

ODNEAL. 

S. Ellen, 164 
Walter H., 164 

OLMSTEAD. 

Alpha, 199 
Sally, 198 

ORCUTT. 
Jane M., 32 

OSBORN. 
Deniaris, 47 
Elias, Jr., 192 
Selick, 113 

OSBORNE. 
Lizzie, 85 

OSTRANDER. 
Stephen M. , 237 

OSWALD. 

Charles B., 53 

OTIS. 

^ Charles, 81 

OWEN. 

Elizabeth, 202 



PABODIE. 

Elizabeth, 201 

PAINE. 
Sarah, 115 

PALMER. 

Abigail, 265 
Ann, 59 

Theodore D., 174 
Titus, 57 

PARKER. 
Amos L., 151 
Bessie, 231 
Betsey, 231 
Clarence, 190 
Elizabeth, 77 
Francis A., 20 
Sarah A., 226 

PARKS. 

J. Wesley, 220 
Loretta, 58 

PARLOW. 
Lucuida, 13 



PARMENTER. 
Helen, 20 

PARSONS. 
Lizzie D., 51 

Mary, 204 

PARTRIDGE. 

Newton, 144 

PATTENGALL. 
Eliza W., 24 

PATTERSON. 
David G., 181 
Everett, 181 
Francis, 178 

PAYNE. 
Elizabeth, 3 
Lucy, 176 

PEAKS. 

Martin T., 85 

PEARSE. 

Marilla, 203 

PECK. 

, 244 

PECKHAM. 
Ira, 58 
Sapphira, 117 

PENBERTHY. 
Jane M., 75 

PENN. 

Elizabeth, 1, 9 
William, 1 
William, Sir, 1 

PENTECOST. 
Anna, 190 

PERKINS. 

Frances Belle, 97 
Fred H., 148 
Helen, 160 
Ignatius, 147 
Linda H., 148 

PERRY. 

Ebenezer, 130 
Ella M., 102 
Walter, 103 

PETEli. 

Hannah M., 50 

PHILIP. 
King, 124 



PHILLIPS. 

Cloe, 116 
Emma, 62 

PHINNEY, 

Joseph, 188 

PIIIPPS. 

William S., 91 

PIERCE. 

Abigail, 257 
Amos T., 258 
Betsey, 46 
Janette, 27 
Mary, 35 
Mary A., 238 
Minnie A., 105 
Orrin, 42 

PINCIN. 

Thomas, 77 

PIPINGER. 
Nathaniel, 54 

PITTS. 

Lemuel, 113 

PLATT. 

Albertus H., 43 

POLEY. 

Azariah, 268 

POLLOCK. 
Mary, 188 

POMEROY. 
Mary E., 167 

POND. 

Louise, 117 
Mary, 52 

POOLE. 
Albert, 82 

POPE. 

Elizabeth, 208 
James, 51 
Mitchell, 132 

PORTER. 
Frank, 260 
Ira W., 260 

POST. 

Adeline S., 36 

POTTER. 

Fanny, 55 
Helen E., 93 
Mary, 171 



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305 



POTTER (cont'd). 
Southward 2d, 120 
Stephen, 120 

POTTS. 

William, 138 

POWERS. 
Sarah E. , 205 

PKATT. 

Almyra, 106 
Catherine L., 101 
Daniel, 2G8 
Sarah, 238 

PRESCOTT. 
Pvobert A., 203 

PRESTON. 

Henrietta L., 53 

PRICE. 
Asa, 242 
Asa, Jr., 242 
Aseph, 236 

PRINCE. 

William A., 184 

PROCTOR. 
, 133 

PULVER. 

Mary, 61 

PURRINGTON. 

Desire, 215 
Lucy, 213 
Lucy, 258 
Samuel, 22 

R 

RAMSDELL. 

Lois, 83 

RAND. 

Samuel, 116 

RANDALL. 
Barzillai, 12 
Bathsheba, 244 
Betsev A., 166 
Elizabeth, 31 
Elizabeth, 215 
Hannah S., 160 
Harriet, 13 
Hathaway, 21 
James R., 272 
Mary, 12 
Peter, 41 



RANSOM. 

Benjamin, 229 

RAWSON. 
Charles, 64 
Laura, 277 

RAY. 

Fannie, 202 

RAYMOND. 

Alonzo, 198 
Ann, 106 

RAYNES. 
John J., 91 

REDMAN. 

Sarah, 238 

REDWAY. 
Emma E., 56 

REED. 

Daniel, 227 

REYNOLDS. 
Alpheus, 138 
EttaF., 33 
Hannah, 182 

RHODES. 
Jacob, 220 

RICE. 

J]meline, 44 
Minnie, 53 

RICH. 

Frank IL, 148 
Josiah, 148 

RICHARDS. 
Helen A., 168 

RICHARDSON. 
(George H., 197 
Hannah V., 229 
Jacob, 197 

RICHMOND. 
Alice, 20 
Beulah, 101 
LydiaB., 248 
Mary E., 226 

RIGGS. 

Hortense A., 138 

RIPLEY. 

Daniel, 118 

RIST. 

Gilbert L., 93 



RITTENOWE. 

George, 223 

ROBBIXS. 

Benjamin W., 228 
Caroline, 50 
Charles F., 173 
Clarington E., 181 
Ellen N., 194 
Fred J., 159 
Levi, 147 
Thomas, 6 

ROBERTS. 
George, 148 
Isabel E., 252 
Sallie, 276 

ROBERTSON. 
Alice B., 83 
Daniel M., 84 

ROBINS. 
:Sliiry L., 80 

ROBINSON. 
Abbie, 252 
Adelene, 277 
Benjamin, 119 
Benjamin F., 252 
Jane, 275 
Joseph, 252 
Josiah, 252 
Josiah, Jr., 252 
]\Iartha, 252 
iMary, 252 
Marv E., 275 
Sarah, 257 
Susan, 193 
AVilliam, 55 
William, 252 

ROCKWOOD. 
Claire, 52 
M. Lucinda, 210 

ROE. 

Albert, 55 

ROGAN. 

Robert J., 157 

ROGERS. 
Adaline, 162 
Benjamin, 100 
Ebenezer, 235 
Eunice A., 183 
Henry H., 118 
i\Lary, 196 
Susie, 181 



30G 



HAMMOND GENEALOGY. 



ROLFE. 
Philip, 170 

ROOD. 
Mary, 63 

ROSS. 

Orville A. , 233 

ROUNSEVILLE. 
Rhoda E., 247 

ROUNTREE. 
Sarah, 273 
Sarah, 257 

ROUSE. 
James, 41 

ROWE. 
Mary, 149 

ROWELL. 

Charles W., 84 

ROY. 

Anne, 49 

RUDE. 
Mary, 63 

RUGGLES. 
Deborah, 235 
Mary, 235 
Timothy, 5 

RUSSELL. 
Daniel, 54 
Jennie, 221 
Laura, 165 

RYDER. 

Betsev, 183 
Eben, 87 
Lizzie E., 182 



SAEFORD . 
Emma, 142 

SALABAR. 
Y. C , 107 

SALE. 

James G., 134 

SALSBURY. 
Annie V. B., 26 

SAMPSON. 
Josejih T. , 258 

SANFORD. 
John, 38 



SARGEANT. 
Albert, 162 
Betsey, 16 7 

SAUL WATER. 

Rachel, 56 

SAUNDERS. 
Edward, 25 
John W., 66 

SAVAGE. 

George M., 165 

SAVANAC. 

Ada, 93 

SAVERY. 
Jacob B.. 37 
Sophia M., 101 

SAWIN. 
Mary, 160 

SAYLER. 
Lucy J., 140 

SAYRE. 

Theodore H., 141 

SCARF. 

Sarah E , 20 

SCHARVES. 
Sarah A., 35 

SCHIMMERHORN. 

(leorge C., 50 

SCHNELL. 
Anna, 49 

SCOTT. 

Emma L., 65 
Libby J., 159 
Mary, 197 

SEARS. 

Abbie M., 254 
Abby, 51 
Paul, Jr., 245 

SELDEN. 

George D., 237 

SERGEANT. 
Aaron C, 115 

SERRING. 

Hannah IL, 134 

SHANK. 

Hannah, 212 

SHARPE. 

Johnivry M., 17 



SHA\V. 
Anna, 227 
Betsey, 230 
Bezaliel, 285 
Earl, 227 
Elizabeth, 235 
Jacob, 6 7 
James, 251 
Lorenzo, 230 
Lucius, 198 
Lydia, 228 
Mary, 258 
Mary A., 112 
Susanna, 232 
Susannah, 119 
William, 24 

SHKDD. 

Jane M., 142 

SHEFFIELD. 
Barker K , 257 

Elliot, 257 

SHELL. 

William H., 81 

SHEOPARD. 

Washington, 25i 

SHEPARD. 
Harriet E., 162 

SHEPERD. 
Elizabeth, 38 
Hannah, 56 

S HEP WARD. 

Annie, 19 

SHERMAN. 
Asa, 77 
Delia N., 250 
Dorothy, 38 
Louisa, 103 
Mary, 230 
Prudence, 13 
Reuben, 229 
Ruth, 114 

SHERWIN. 

Darius, 147 

SHERWOOD. 
Nancy J., 138 

SHIMMEL. 

Cecelia, 48 

SHOCKLEY. 
Joseph, 29 



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307 



SIIORKLEY. 

Abigail, 74 
George, 74 

SHORT. 

William G., 164 

SHUFELT. 
JNIartin L., 163 

SHURTLEFF. 
David, 104 
l^otlirop, 265 
IVIavtba, 104 
Patty, 104 

SIBLEY. 
Lyman, 64 

SIKES. 

Emily, 147 

SIMMS. 
Grace, 172 

SIMMONS. 
P^tlward, 118 
Reuben, 30 

SIMPSON. 
Ann E., 232 

SINKS. 

Asher O., 53 

SKIFF. 

, 100 

SKINNER. 
Charles, 42 

SLADE. 

Carrie E., 142 

SLOCUM. 
iMiima J., 34 
JNIary A., 225 
Sarah, 211 

SLY. 

John, 42 

SMALL. 

Alecia L., 259 

SMART. 

William, 148 

SMILEY. 
Thomas, 64 

SMITH. 

Charles H., 120 
(k-rtriulu J., 187 
Harriet, 52 



SMITH {cont'd). 
Joseph, 15 
Leonora F. , 179 
Mary J., 232 
Melissa A., 202 
Sarah, 24 
Sophia, 166 

SNOW. 

Abbie IL, 254 
Almira, 22 
Deborah, 117 
Emily, 211 
Freeman, 23 
George T., 186 
Hiram, 74 
Jane, 249 
Joseph AV.. 257 
Lucia J., 231 
Martin, Jr., 27 
Permelia S., 259 
Phebe, 22 
Sarah, 241 
Sarah R., 185 
Stephen, 30 
Wyatt, 117 

SNYDER. 

William IL R., 192 

SOMMERS. 
Oswald C, 107 

SOULE. 
Hiram, 152 

SOUTHWICK. 
(ieorge W., 16 

SOUTHWORTH. 
Albert, 83 
Constant, 125 
Lucy, 217 
Maria L., 213 
Mary, 216 
Mary, 265 
Sophia W., 121 

SPADER. 

Jeremiah V., 237 
Louise IL, 237 

SPANN. 
Catherine F., 269 

SPARROW. 
Edson J., 158 
Hannah G., 180 
Josiah, 1U9 



SPAULDING. 
Hattie E., 160 
Lucy J., 161 

SPERRY. 
Levi, 198 

SPICER. 
John D., 43 

SPIER. 

J:iizabeth, 43 

SPITLER. 
Mary V., 140 

SPOONER. 
Betsey, 29 
Catherine, 249 
Charles, 29 
John, 11 
Lydia, 194 
Sarah, 37 

SPRAGUE. 
Nathaniel, 197 
Noah, 130 
Priscilla, 206 
Samuel, 79 

STACY. 
Helen, 225 

STAFFORD. 

Gilbert, 147 

STALL. 

John T., 87 

STANDRING. 
John T., 43 

STAPLES. 
Jennie, 78 

STARK. 

Patience Isl., 260 

STEELE. 

Margaret M., 262 

STERLING. 
William, 176 

STETSON. 

George AV , 234 
Peleg H., 224, 234 
Rebecca, 108 
Silas, 224 
Sprague S., 234 

STEVENS. 
C. G., 206 
John, 245 



308 



HAaOIOND GEXEALOGY. 



STEVENS {co7it'd). 
L. A., 206 
Malana E., 15G 
Polly, 22 
Sarah, 21 

STEWART. 
Charles, 144 
Clinton, 144 
Ella E., 144 
Gussie A., 144 
Harry, 144 
Hettie, 144 
James, 189 
Jane, 190 
Lizzie, 144 
Lucy A., 144 
Martha J., 225 
Rebecca, 199 
Samuel, 144 
WiUiam W., 44 

STILLSON. 
Frank L., 172 
Jane Ann, 171 

STINSON. 

Benjamin IL, 180 

STODDARD. 

Miranda, 185 

STONE. 

Adalina A., 193 
Alice, 141 
Hannah, 146 
Susan, 193 
William W., 203 

STONEMETZ. 

Hannah, 175 

STORING. 

Nicholas H., G7 

STORY. 

John O., 20 

STOWE. 
Alice, 49 

STOWE LL. 
Caroline, 2G0 
Edvina A., 1 15 
Mary A., 35 

STRATTON. 
Robert B., 225 

STROUP. 
Eva. 220 



STUBBS. 
James, 23 

STUDLEY. 
John, Jr., 84 
R. Wliitney, 104 

STURTEVANT. 
Hannah, 229 
Lucy, 216 
Martin L., 121 

SUMNER. 
Anna M., 68 

SUNDERLAND. 

Caroline, 72 

SWEENEY. 
Anthony, 136 

SWEET APPLE. 

Jennie, 278 

SWIFT. 

Abigail, 250 
Asa, 235 
Charles J,. 67 
John P., 124 
Louis C, 12 V 
Mary A., 177 
Mary E., 102 
Prince D., 124 
Tliomas, 99 
Thomas, 177 

SYLVESTER. 

Lettie, 84 



TABER. 
Abigail, 13 
Al)igail, 21 
A. JFrench, 108 
Charles A., 159 
George R., 32 
John M., 76 
Mary, 38 
Mary, 231 
Tripp, 113 

TALLMAN. 
Hannali, 39 
Lucy H., 261 

TANNER. 

Catherine A., 63 

TARR. 

George W., 216 



TAYLOR. 

EUie S., 151 
George L., 274 
Rebecca, 232 
Rhoda, 179 
Rosetta, 106 
Roswell, 188 
William, 34 
William, 253 

TAZER. 

Mary, 147 

TELLIE. 

Lillie B., 190 

TERHUNE. 
David v., 182 

TERRY. 

Deborah, 268 
John, 259 

THATCHER. 
Sarah E., 223 
WiUiam, 31 

THAYER. 
Laura, 62 

THOMAS. 
Betsey, 217 
Charles, 114 
James, 204 
Mahlon A., 223 
Maro;aret, 56 
Meh'itable B., 142 

THOMPSON. 
Clarinda, 73 
Clarissa, 149 
Gideon D., 156 
Josepha F., 226 

THORNE. 
Jacob, 57 
Phebe, 62 

THURSTON. 
Louise M., 16 

TIBBALS. 
Hulda, 64 

TIERNAN. 

Lawrence P., 247 

TINKHAM. 

Emeline, 26 
Harry N., 28 
Nelson, 25 



INDEX OF OTHER NAMES. 



309 



TISLOW. 
Jennie, 1!)2 

TOBEY. 
Anna, 255 
Desire, 29 
EUaM., 102 
Sylvanus, 14 

TOFIELD. 
Edward, 201 

TOIIREY. 
John D., 85 

TOWER. 

Clarence C, 150 
Horace S., .S7 

TOWNSEND. 
Francis, 1-44 

TRAVERS. 
Mary, 52 

TREADWELL. 
Sarah ,L, 1 74 

TRIPP. 

Al)iel, 171 
Annie AI., ;^4 
Rose, 1 

TROW. 

Harriet VV., 90 

TUCKER. 
Eben A , 226 
Elvira, 226 
H. A., 256 
Joel, 171 
John, 226 
Josepha F. , 22i! 
, 256 

TUPPER. 
j:iisha, 243 
Samuel, 14 

TURNER. 
Jane, 49 
Joseph, 12 
Mary, 28 
Ruth, 32 
Smith, 268 

TUTHILL. 
Adelbert, 144 

TWEED. 

Clara E., 214 



U 
UNTERSEE. 
Franz, 173 

UPHAM. 

Warren R., IS 

V 

VALLER. 
Lois, 38 

VAN ANTWEllP. 
Fela, 40 

VAN ARNE. 
Mrs., 234 

VAN FROCKEN. 

James S., SO 

VAN HOVENBUROH. 
Cliarles B., 61 

VAN MARTER. 

Sophie, 110 

VAN METER. 
Hannah, 134 

VAN NESS. 
Henry, 54 
Wiiampey, 54 

VAN ORSDOLL. 
(ieorge H'd, 223 
Henry, 223 

VAN PELT. 
Alexander, 69 

VAN SICKLE. 
Henry H'd, 212 
Rowland, 212 
William H.. 212 

VAN WICKELL. 

Addie D., 80 

VAN WYE. 

Charles, 221 

VERNON. 
Elizabeth, 196 

VIAL. 

Edwin, 121 

VILES. 

John R., 151 
Nira M., 152 

VINAL. 

Abigail C, 85 
Adeline, 85 



VINAL (cont'd). 
Carolina A., 86 
Ezra, 85 
Gideon, 86 
Gideon, 86 
John Fred, 86 
John S., 85 
Mary Ann, 85 
Olive H., 85 
Sarah, S6 
William, 86 

VINCENT. 
Mary, 10 

VIRGIN. 

Charlotte A., 22.s 

Samuel, 228 
Samuel H., 228 

W 

WADDAMS. 

Caleb, 63 

WADS WORTH. 

Norman, 40 

WAGER. 
Sylvanus, 41 

WAIT. 
Eliza, 60 
Emily A. , 58 
John, 261 

WAITE. 

Sarah D., 169 
Walter A., 162 

WALDSMITH. 
Elliza A., 175 

WALKER. 

George O., 273 
Jarvis, 166 

WALL. 

Thomas H., 33 

Walter, 85 

WALLIS. 

Sarah A., 261 

WALTERS.* 
Margaret, 45 

WAME. 

Kate, 119 

WARD. 
Arabelle E., 46 
Betsey, 234 



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WARD {cont'd). 
Eliab, 233 
Ephraim, 233 
Ephi-aim, Jr., 234 
Frank R., 247 
George, 234 
Hiram P., 43 
Mary, 233 
Priscilla, 234 

WARDNER. 

James, 147 

WARNER. 
Frances A., 19 

WARREN. 

Joseph, 29 
Louise, 149 

WASHBURN. 
Bezaliel, 99 
Calvin, 131 
Lucinda, 72 
Margaret, 234 
Maria L., 73 

WASHINGTON. 

George, 187 

WATERMAN. 
Harry L., 137 

WATERS. 
Kelsey T., 199 
Lucy E., 91 

WATKINS, 
Nancy J.. 60 

WATT. 
Laura, 191 

WEBSTER. 

Horatio N., 187 

WEED. 
Maria, 236 

WEEKS. 
Elizabeth, 12 
Jabez, 122 

WELLINGTON. 

Ellen L.,.162 

WELLS. 

Aaron F.. 18 

WEST. 

Addie R., 145 
Charles, 145 
Emma A., 145 



WEST (cont'd). 
John, 238 
Louise, 114 
Thomas, 6 
Thomas, 207-8 

WESTGATE. 

Minnie, 102 

Permelia, 105 

, 22 

WESTON. 

Abigail, 100 

John, 14 

Thalia, 234 

WHEDON. 

Leonard, 19S 

WHEELER. 
Warren, 143 

WHEELOCK. 
Frank, 150 

WHIPPLE. 
Jabez, 268 

WHITAKER. 
A\'illiam R., 14S 

WHITE. 
David, 194 
Eliza A., 16 
Jedida, 100 
Lucinda, 2G6 
Percival, 66 
Resolved, 219 
Sarah P., 219 

WHITING. 

Benjamin, 230 

WHITMAN. 
Pauline C, 1 72 

WHITTEMORE. 
Anthony K., 101 
Elizabeth H'd, 265 
Eunice H'd, 265 
ALiry H'd, 265 
Richard, 265 

^VHITTEN. 

Lucina. 69 

WlGNALL. 
.Mary, 196 

WILBUR. 
David, 265 
Elizabeth, 264 
Seth. 265 



WILCOX. 

Lucinda, 201 
S. Helen, 118 

WILDER. 

Lettice, 85 

WILEY. 

Ephraim E., 19 
Frances E , 20 
George E., 20 
]\Iargaret A., 20 
Olin F., 20 
Virginie W., 20 
William H., 20 

WILKES. 

Benjamin, 268 

WILLIAMS. 

Clarence H., 157 
James, 38 
Laura, 176 
Maria J., 121 
T. D., 144 
Thomas \\'., 157 
, 19 

WILLIAMSON. 

Alonzo N., 177 
A. Nelson, 177 

WILLIS. 

Albert E., 271 
Esther L., 154 

WILSON. 

William W., 25 

WINANT. 
Charles, 29 

WING. 

Abbie E., 23.s 
Anna, 267 
Hannah, 1 78 
Harriet, 267 
Jashub, 74 
Jonathan, 99 
Lucy, 186 
Reliance, 184 
Sophia, 267 
Stephen, 26 7 

WINKLER. 

Caroline, 157 

WINN. 

Lauraette, 161 

WINNEY. 

Grace. 55 



INDEX OF OTHER NAMES. 



311 



WINSLOW. 
Anna, 21 G 
Charity, 120 
Enoch^ 131 
Isaac, 127 
Noah, 173 
Rachel, 251 
Thankful. 245 

WISE. 
Ilattie, 93 

WITHE K SPOON. 
Eleazor, 35 

WIXON. 
James j\[. 

WOOD. 
Frank C, 
Fredei-ick 
Lois, 186 
Melintha, 



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ISl 
H.. 115 

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Abbie S., 2G0 



WOODMAN (cont'd). 
Archibald, 260 
Eliza R., 260 

WOODS. 
Lucy, 186 

^VOODWARD . 

Oliver, 268 

WOOSTER. 
Sarah J., 136 

WORTH. 

Eliza J., 156 
Frederic A., 61 

WORTHING. 
Alvira, 50 

WRIGHT. 
Alice D.. 23 
Anderson, 106 
Asa, 110 
Florence, 221 
Hattie, 49 
Stillman, 105 



WRIGHTINGTON. 
Charles L., 116 



YALE. 

Adelie A., 182 

YOUNG. 

Adelaine, 179 
Eliza A., 194 
Emeline, 180 
Eunice, 38 
John, 78 
Lucy, 202 
Martha, 231 
Patience, 177 
Samuel, 177 
Thomas, 48 
William, 48 

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Sarah. 175 



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