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Genealogy and History of the HAMMOND Family

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CD Contents
  6 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  History and genealogies of the Hammond families in America: with an account of the early history of the family in Normandy and Great Britain, 1000-1902, Oneida, N.Y.: Ryan & Burkhart, 1902-1904, Hammond, Frederick Stam, 1659 pgs.
                   
2.  Hammond family charts : ancestors and descendants of Joseph Wesley Hammond, 1836-1902, and his wife, Martha Maia (Stevens) Hammond, 1837-1908, of Appleton, Wisconsin, Antigo, Wis., 1931, 22 pgs.
                   
3.  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, Boston, 1894, Hammond, Roland, 349 pgs.
                   
4.  Ancestral colonial families : genealogy of the Welsh and Hyatt families of Maryland and their kin : giving the colonial generations of the Howard, Hammond, Maccubbin, Griffith, Greenberry, Dorsey, Van Sweringen, Baldwin, Gaither, Warfield and Duvall families  Independence, Mo.: Lambert Moon Print. Co., 1928, Welsh, Luther W., 213 pgs.
                   
5.  Descendants of ISAAC HAMMOND  born July 31, 1698 in Newton, Massachusetts, and died October 26, 1755 in New London, CT.  He married MARY CHAMBERLAIN February 10, 1716/17 in Massachusetts.  She was born January 20, 1692/93 in Billercia, MA, and died December 04, 1775 in New London, CT.
                   
6.  Genealogical table : line of descent of Edward Dorsey, Col. Henry Ridgely, Capt. John Worthington, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Matthew Howard, and Maj.-Gen. John Hammond Washington, D.C., 1898, Evans, Henry Ridgely, 7 pgs.
                   
Hammond Family GEDCOM - concentrating on the lines of New York and Long Island (note - Gedcom files require a genealogy program such as Family Tree Maker to open, import or read them) For those unfamiliar with Gedcom file please see http://longislandgenealogy.com/whatis.html

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