Genealogy and History of the HAMMOND Family
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
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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