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John Richard Hamilton
Birth*: 6 January 1863, Walton, Huron County, Ontario, Canada
Marriage*: 7 February 1883, Brussels, Huron County, Ontario, Canada, Principal=Mary Ann Ennis
Death*: 18 January 1932, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Family:

Mary Ann Ennis b. 13 September 1862, d. 4 September 1927

Children:

Milford Melville Hamilton+ b. 30 Sep 1883
Margaret 'Maggie' Jane Hamilton+ b. 6 Jun 1885
Ethel Christobelle Hamilton+ b. 15 Jan 1888, d. 22 Nov 1972

Jonathan Hamilton
Marriage*: Principal=Ann Camp
Birth*: 17 June 1709, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Family:

Ann Camp

Children:

Bathsheba Hamilton+ b. 1 Dec 1732

Josephine Hamilton
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Death*: UNKNOWN

Parents:

Father: David Marion Hamilton b. 26 September 1856, d. 1940
Mother: Mamie Bohanon b. 17 November 1866, d. 1928

Lorena Hamilton
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Birth*: 9 August 1888, Brooklyn Center, Hennepin, Minnesota
Death*: October 1976

Parents:

Father: David Marion Hamilton b. 26 September 1856, d. 1940
Mother: Mamie Bohanon b. 17 November 1866, d. 1928

Margaret 'Maggie' Jane Hamilton
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Note*: Margaret Jane Hamilton. Maggie as she was called, was the second childborn to Mary Ann (Ennis) and John R. Hamilton. She was born in Neepawa,Manitoba and grew up on her parents farm there. In 1904 the family moved to Edmonton, Alberta. When she was 27 shemarried William Ernest Clark in Edmonton, Alberta. William Ernest Clarkwas born in Westport, Ontario and moved to Edmonton in 1904. They raiseda family of three children. William Ernest was employed in sales all hislife, first in Men's Clothing and later in Automobiles as Sales Manager. They were both active in various organizations and church. WilliamErnest died in Victoria, British Columbia while visiting his son-in-lawand daughter, Marion, in 1957. Maggie still resides in Edmonton, Alberta(1979).
Birth*: 6 June 1885, Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada
Marriage*: 5 June 1912, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Principal=William Ernest Clark

Parents:

Father: John Richard Hamilton b. 6 January 1863, d. 18 January 1932
Mother: Mary Ann Ennis b. 13 September 1862, d. 4 September 1927

Family:

William Ernest Clark b. 19 February 1886, d. 11 May 1957

Children:

William John Clark+ b. 15 Jul 1918, d. 15 May 1975

Margaret Porteous Hamilton
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Note*: Margaret was the daughter of Alexander Hamilton and Agnes Young.
Birth*: 2 April 1911, Kikealdy, Scotland
Marriage*: 1 June 1934, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Frederick Lloyd Gunter
Death*: 12 November 1989, Reginal Hospital, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada
Burial*: 15 November 1989, Ocean View Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Alexander Hamilton
Mother: Agnes Young

Family:

Frederick Lloyd Gunter b. 3 February 1908, d. 23 July 1971

Maria Hamilton
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Birth*: 1857, German Township, Chenango County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Zeno-Joel Hamilton b. 1830
Mother: Minerva Norton b. 1 November 1833, d. after 1920

Marian Hamilton
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Birth*: 12 June 1893, Brooklyn Center, Hennepin, Minnesota
Death*: 1987

Parents:

Father: David Marion Hamilton b. 26 September 1856, d. 1940
Mother: Mamie Bohanon b. 17 November 1866, d. 1928

Mary Hamilton
Death*: Deceased
Marriage*: March 1895, Principal=Walter Scott Green

Family:

Walter Scott Green b. 3 February 1872, d. 14 May 1940

Mary L Hamilton
Death*:
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1849
Marriage*: circa 1873, Principal=Thomas R Bently

Family:

Thomas R Bently b. circa 1849

Children:

Edwin B Bently b. c 1875

Milford Melville Hamilton
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Birth*: 30 September 1883, Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada
Marriage*: 3 June 1908, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Principal=Mabel Agnes Cox

Parents:

Father: John Richard Hamilton b. 6 January 1863, d. 18 January 1932
Mother: Mary Ann Ennis b. 13 September 1862, d. 4 September 1927

Family:

Mabel Agnes Cox b. 1882, d. 19 March 1915

Northrup Hamilton
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Birth*: 22 October 1907, Payette, Payette, Id
Death*: 1997

Parents:

Father: David Marion Hamilton b. 26 September 1856, d. 1940
Mother: Mamie Bohanon b. 17 November 1866, d. 1928

Olive Hamilton
Marriage*: Principal=Nathan Hasty
Birth*: 1781, South Berwick, York County, Maine, U.S.A.

Family:

Nathan Hasty b. 1778

Children:

Joseph Hasty b. 15 Jul 1802
Mary Hasty b. 31 May 1805
John Hasty b. 1816
Betsy Hasty b. 1818

Oliver Bragdon Hamilton
Marriage*: Principal=Mary Hasty
Birth*: 26 March 1804, South Berwick, York County, Maine, U.S.A.

Family:

Mary Hasty b. 31 May 1805

Orpha Hamilton
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Note*: She died soon after the birth of Abel John Corey in 1765.
Birth*: circa 1720, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 1742, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island, Principal=John Cory
Death*: circa 1765, North Kingstown, Washington County, Rhode Island

Family:

John Cory b. circa 1709, d. circa 1768

Children:

Job Corey+ b. 15 Dec 1745, d. c 1820
Harty Corey b. 29 Jan 1747, d. c 1800
Sheffield Corey+ b. 30 Jul 1749, d. a 1834
Benedict Corey+ b. 1 Jan 1750, d. c 1800
Peleg Corey+ b. 12 Jul 1754, d. 10 Jun 1847
Paris Cory+ b. 7 Apr 1757, d. 11 Dec 1844
Abel John Corey+ b. 10 Jul 1765, d. 25 Jan 1845

Ruth Hamilton
Note: Person Source
Note*: There is a Ruth Hamilton married to Caleb4 (John3-2, William1) withthe same marrage date, in the same place, one must be wrong.
Birth*: circa 1700
Marriage*: 3 December 1741, Jamestown, Newport County, Rhode Island, Principal=Caleb Cory
Death*: circa 1750

Family:

Caleb Cory b. 25 December 1699, d. 6 March 1793

Children:

Caleb Corey b. May 1740

Ruth Hamilton
Note: Person Source
Note*: There is a Ruth Hamilton married to Caleb3 (Roger2, William1) with thesame marriage date, in the same place, one must be wrong. Her birthplace, sometimes misspelled Kingston, is now called Wickford. There is a possibility that she might have died in East Greenwich,Rhode Island, sources are unclear.
Birth*: February 1717
Marriage*: 3 December 1741, Jamestown, Newport County, Rhode Island, Caleb and Ruth were married by Edward Carr, Warden., Principal=Caleb Cory
Death*: circa 1800

Family:

Caleb Cory b. September 1717, d. circa 1797

Children:

Oliver Cory+ b. c 1742, d. 12 Apr 1815
William Corey+ b. c 1743, d. 9 Oct 1815
Susannah Cory b. Feb 1745, d. c 1830
Reuben Corey+ b. bt 1746 - 1748, d. 11 Feb 1824
Elizabeth Cory b. 29 Dec 1749, d. c 1830
Annie Cory b. Feb 1750, d. c 1820
Mary Ann Cory b. Feb 1752, d. 21 Nov 1817
Thomas Cory b. Sep 1755, d. c 1830
Sarah Cory b. Sep 1757, d. c 1830

Sarah Elizabeth Hamilton
Marriage*: Principal=John Carlson Machum

Family:

John Carlson Machum

Children:

Lloyd Alexander Machum b. 26 Dec 1910, d. Mar 1982

Vida Hamilton
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Death*: UNKNOWN

Parents:

Father: David Marion Hamilton b. 26 September 1856, d. 1940
Mother: Mamie Bohanon b. 17 November 1866, d. 1928

Zeno-Joel Hamilton
Birth*: 1830, Vermont, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1852, Chenango County, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Minerva Norton

Family:

Minerva Norton b. 1 November 1833, d. after 1920

Children:

Clark B. Hamilton b. 1853
Maria Hamilton b. 1857

(?) Hammerschmidt
Note*: A Peter Hammerschmidt is connected with the Ebenezer/Amana Society. (Seenotes on Jacob Ferdenand Ruhlmann) There is extensive mention of theHammerschmidts in the official books of the society:'Inspirations-History, 1817-1850 Part 3' by Gottlieb Scheuner, Amana,Iowa, 1884. Peter Hammerschmidt was a landlord in Germany and came to Ebenezer, ErieCo., New York in 1847. While we cannot prove the connection yet, we do believe theHammerschmidts and Ruhlmanns were from the same church and the same areain Ysenberg, Germany (north of Frankfurt). Child of Hammerschmidt is: Dorathea Hammerschmidt, b. 15 May 1804 in Germany, and died 28 Nov1881, Ebenezer, Erie Co., New York.
Marriage*:
Name Variation: Mr. (?) (?)
Birth*: Germany

Family:

Children:

Dorathea Hammerschmidt+ b. 15 May 1804, d. 28 Nov 1881

Catherine Hammerschmidt
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Note*: We wonder if Catherine Hammerschmidt was a cousin of DorothyHammerschmidt who married Martin's brother, Jacob? Were theHammerschmidt's connected to the Ebenezer Society? Yes! See Notes forDorothea Hammerschmidt.
Marriage*: 24 April 1864, Orchard Park, Erie County, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Martin Ruhlmann

Parents:

Father: Martin Hammerschmidt b. 1827, d. 1874
Mother: Caroline Schwab

Family:

Martin Ruhlmann b. 25 September 1833, d. 1874

Children:

Minnie Ruhlmann+
Kate Ruhlmann
George J. Ruhlmann
Frederick Ruhlmann
Henry W. Ruhlmann
John Ruhlmann
Martin J. Ruhlman+ b. 7 Apr 1850, d. a 21 Jun 1929

Dorathea Hammerschmidt
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Marriage*: Germany, Principal=Jacob Ferdinand Ruhlmann
Note*: Barbara S. Hoehnle, a historian of the Amana Heritage Society at PO Box81, Amana, Iowa, 52203, wrote to John Jay Ruhlman IV in July of 1995 thatalthough she could find no Ruhlmanns, Ohms, Dackmans, Wises, or Baltzleysin their records there have been a number of Hammerschmidts in the AmanaSociety! Remember, our Dorothea Hammerschmidt was born in Germany in 1804 anddied in 1881 and is buried in Ebenezer, New York -- also remember thatthe Amana Society was located in Ebenezer, New York when they came fromGermany (see more about Jacob Ferdinand Ruhlman). We really believethere are connections to our Dorothea! Peter Hammerschmidt (below) couldeasily be the older brother or cousin of our Dorothea HammerschmidtRuhlman! The Hammerschmidts that Barbara Hoehnle lists in the Amana Society are: 'Peter Hammerschmidt born 1796 in Germany married in Germany died March 1884 at East (C-1)Amana, Iowa 'He was with a Community in Germany, and in the 1840’s Communities cameto America, he didn't’t, but had connections. He and family came in 1847(same year as the Jacob Ferdinand Ruhlmann family! JJRIV), but it didn'tlast long. In Germany he was a landlord and didn't’t understand Godlyways. He left the Community and bought land near Buffalo, New York. Hischildren left the Community and went their own way. In 1863 he was oldand had spent savings and wrote to say that he wanted to come back andtake up the ways of God. The Community wrote him a strong letter andtold him how he went his own ways -- he was thankful for that. In 1864they allowed him to join again in Ebenezer, where he in ----------------- asked for forgiveness. All of Peter’s children were outside the Community.' 'Peter Hammerschmidt’s wife was Martha Mai born 1801 married inGermany to Peter Hammerschmidt died 1887 East(C-7)' Amana, Iowa 'Maria and her husband Peter Hammerschmidt came to the Community inGermany and came in 1847 to Ebenezer, New York. They did not stay long,went away and bought their own land. In 1864 they were accepted again,but she had a tough time doing according to the rules. She couldn't’tstand being away from her children and returned to them in Buffalo.Shortly after she came back because she could find no rest. She repentedfor her former mistrust. In her old age she became a true member. Herbrother was Johannes Mai who died in 1868' The other Hammerschmidt family described by Barbara Hoehnle of the AmanaHeritage Society was: 'Leonhard Hammerschmidt (his father died in Germany) mother’s name wasMary Trautmann Hammerschmidt Hahn who died in 1884. Mary was thegranddaughter of J.G. Trautmann of Lieblor, (Germany?) who died in 1816. He was born 1833 in Hessen, Germany (same as Ruhlmanns!JJRIV). He was married in 1860 in Middle (Amana, Iowa) to Caroline Noe He died in Feb. 1896 at Middle (Amana, Iowa) (E-18) 'Leonard Hammerschmidt was the son of Mary Trautmann Hammerschmidt fromher first husband (Hammerschmidt): she later married Fredrich Hahn inGermany. She died in 1884 in America.' 'Leonard came from Kurhessen, Germany in 1845 with his mother andstepfather Fredrich Hahn to the Ebenezer, New York Community. The wholefamily moved to Cincinnati under the guidance of Fredrich Hahn who diedin 1848.' 'They returned to Ebenezer, New York; in 1857 they all came to High(Amana, Iowa). Leonard married Caroline Noe in 1860 at Middle (Amana,Iowa) and had two daughters: (Marie Hammerschmidt Leonard d. 1927 andLouise Hammerschmidt (m. Jacob) Geiger d. 1954). He had a strongself-will and this caused difficulties. He worked in a tannery for awhile. He also worked in the Wollen Mill, but when it burned down, hehad no job. For a while, he knitted socks, then worked in an apiary --by doing this he came away from the right purpose in the Community(though his contacts outsiders who bought the honey).' 'When it looked like all was lost, he had several strokes, was partiallyparalyzed in speech and face. During that time he came to repentanceabout his past and got better and was able to help himself. Could havebeen a good pillar if he’d done this earlier!'. Caroline Noe (the wife of Leonard Hammerschmidt) -- (we wonder if she wasrelated to William Noe, one of the early leaders of Ebenezer!) she wasborn in 1840 in Neuured?, Prussia father’s name was Christian Noe (diedin 1842 in Germany) mother’s name was Dorothea Metz? (I wonder ifrelated to the Community founder Christian Metz? JJRIV) who died in Ebenezer, New York,1857. Caroline came to Ebenezer in 1846 with mother Dorothea and John--? Caroline died in December 1927 in Middle (D-32) Amana, Iowa. She is buried at the old cemetery in Ebenezer, NY; we have photo oftombstone. More About Dorathea Hammerschmidt: Fact 1: Buried at Old Cemetery at Ebenezer, Erie County, New York, U.S.A.(John and Nancy Ruhlman have photo).
Burial*: Old Evangelical Church Cemetery at Ebenezer, Erie County, New York, U.S.A.
Birth*: 15 May 1804, Germany
Death*: 28 November 1881, Ebenezer, Erie County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: (?) Hammerschmidt

Family:

Jacob Ferdinand Ruhlmann b. 1795, d. 1852

Children:

Philip Ruhlmann
Peter Ruhlmann
George Ruhlmann
Minnie Ruhlmann
Jacob J. Ruhlmann+ b. 19 May 1825, d. 14 Jan 1917
Catherine\Katherine Ruhlmann+ b. c 1828, d. b 1861
Martin Ruhlmann+ b. 25 Sep 1833, d. 1874

Henry Hammerschmidt
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Parents:

Father: Martin Hammerschmidt b. 1827, d. 1874
Mother: Caroline Schwab

Infant Hammerschmidt
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Birth*: UNKNOWN

Parents:

Father: Martin Hammerschmidt b. 1827, d. 1874
Mother: Caroline Schwab

Jacob Hammerschmidt
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Parents:

Father: Martin Hammerschmidt b. 1827, d. 1874
Mother: Caroline Schwab

Martin Hammerschmidt
Marriage*: Principal=Caroline Schwab
Birth*: 1827, Germany
Death*: 1874

Family:

Caroline Schwab

Children:

Catherine Hammerschmidt+
Wilhelmina Hammerschmidt
Henry Hammerschmidt
Jacob Hammerschmidt
Martin Hammerschmidt b. UNKNOWN
Infant Hammerschmidt b. UNKNOWN

Martin Hammerschmidt
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Birth*: UNKNOWN

Parents:

Father: Martin Hammerschmidt b. 1827, d. 1874
Mother: Caroline Schwab

Wilhelmina Hammerschmidt
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Parents:

Father: Martin Hammerschmidt b. 1827, d. 1874
Mother: Caroline Schwab

Abigail Hammond
Death*: UNKNOWN

Family:

Richard Harrington d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Hannah Harrington+ b. 15 May 1741, d. 8 May 1836

Almira Hammond
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Birth*: 15 November 1829

Parents:

Father: John Hammond , Sr. b. 8 July 1782, d. 15 June 1874
Mother: Marilla Stull b. 25 February 1794, d. 21 June 1883

Amariah Hammond
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Birth*: 18 April 1729, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Marriage*: circa 1744, New London, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Dudley
Death*: 3 July 1778, Wyoming, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Issac Hammond b. 31 July 1716, d. 25 October 1755
Mother: Mary Chamberlain b. 20 January 1692/93

Family:

Mary Dudley

Children:

Dudley Hammond+ b. 1757, d. 1802

Anna Hammond
Marriage*: Principal=William McKeen

Family:

William McKeen

Children:

Helen Jemima McKeen+ b. 6 Apr 1866, d. 13 Dec 1937

Archelaus Hammond
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe

Note*: He is referred to in the book, ' St. John River and its Tributaries', by Esther Clark Wright, on pages 101, 102 and 170. Archelaus Hammond, himself an ex-soldier, had settled in the Gagetown area before Elijah moved there. The Hammonds came from Marblehead. His sister Sarah was baptized there 21 October 1739. On 24 September 1764,she married James Oakes. They moved from Marblehead to Cornwallis and quite possibly encountered Elijah and Mary Estabrooks there. Sarah had four children by James Oakes: James (junior), Benjamin, Sarah and Christopher (Christopher was born in 1773). James (senior) died about the same time as Mary Hackett. Sarah Oakes brought her small family to Gagetown and married Elijah Estabrooks on 17 December 1778. They had a further two children, Elizabeth (Betsy) born 30 October 1779, and Hammond, born 29 January 1783. Archelaus Hammond moved to Kingsclear at the same time. He received one lot there and his eldest son received another. The lots in Cambridge were beautifully situated on a ridge overlooking the Jemseg river at its entrance to Grand Lake. The Garrison graveyard was just over the fence on a slope stretching down to a creek.
Birth*: Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Principal=Jerusha Slocum

Parents:

Father: Philip Hammond

Family:

Jerusha Slocum

Children:

Clarrissa Hammond+

Barnabas Hammond
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Birth*: 20 January 1693/94, Rochester, Plymouth, MA

Parents:

Father: Samuel Hammond
Mother: Mary Hathaway b. 1655

Bell Hammond
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Parents:

Father: John G. Hammond , Jr. b. 1 August 1820, d. 25 November 1900
Mother: Adeline Louise Eggleston b. 4 December 1844, d. 27 June 1893

Benjamin Hammond
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Birth*: 18 December 1681, Rochester, Plymouth, MA

Parents:

Father: Samuel Hammond
Mother: Mary Hathaway b. 1655

Charles Agustus Hammond
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Note*: Charles Agustus Hammond was born in Elkland, Tioga County, Pennsylvania,May 3, 1879. He was a farmer by trade. He married Myrtle Long July 3,1898 and they had 5 children. Myrtle died in childbirth bearing PaulHammond Chamberlayne on Dec. 20, 1980. The Methodist Pastor’s wife Mrs. D.O. Chamberlayne (sp?) in Elkland?loved him so much that they adapted him; (They had just lost a baby oftheir own). When Sarah T. Tubbs married Charles Hammond in Osceola, Tioga County,Pennsylvania in 1908, she expected to have two of his children, but endedup having 4! -- The other two were with relatives! In those days, Charles was a dairy farmer in Osceola, Pennsylvania. Theyrented the Buckley farm across the river (south) from Osceola. - That’swhere Sarah was a housekeeper for Charles and the children before theywere married. After they were married, Charles, Sarah and the family moved to a housein Osceola where they rented. Charles always wanted a place of his own,so finally they were able to buy the big dairy farm in Lindley, SteubenCounty, New York where most of the children were raised. They rented a house on 1st St. in Corning, Steuben County, New York forshort time, Charles worked as a parking meter money gatherer. Then theybought the place at 22 Elm St., Corning -- as told to JJR IV by SarahHammond, Everson, Whatcom County, Washington March 1972. Charles died May 20, 1957 in Corning, Steuben County, New York. We ,John Jay and Nancy Dorian nee Mehner Ruhlman have in our possession adiary kept by his wife, Sarah in the last year or so of his life; also,we, John Jay and Nancy Dorian nee Mehner Ruhlman have his DixonAnalytical Bible which was printed in 1941 where he included much of hisfamily data. Included in that Bible was a set of notes of his own handwriting: I Peter 1 : 22 I. 'First condition of Sanctification is Justification. One is to be Justified in order that they might be sanctified The forgiveness of sin is not an end, but a means to and end II. The consciousness of our need of a pure heart is another condition. It is impossible to take a step in the divine life without theconsciousness of this need. John 7 : 37 -- Matt 5: 6 It is only the soul that feels the “War in its Members” that criesout -- 'Who shall deliver me from the body of this death.' With some, tis a great struggle for they have more light and havemore to settle than others. III. Faith in Christ is also a condition. Don’t try to make works the ground of your sanctification; onlyfaith can bring the blessing. The Agents in the work of sanctification are the same as in our Redemption God the Father- The Son and the Holy Spirit 'The very God of peace sanctify you wholly' To them that are sanctified by God the Father and preserved inJesus Christ -- ' Jude Truth or God’s Word is also an Agent in this work. 'Sharper than any two-edged sword ---, is a discerner of thethoughts-- ' Salvation is to remove that which has been marred by sin. The Spirit burns up the dross -- and renders useless The principle of sin in the soul. Sin is a reproach to God. A true and devoted service always follows the cleaning of theheart. The Bible becomes a new Book for the Holy Spirit unlocks itstruth.' Charles A. Hammond, Corning, Steuben County New York, about 1955
Marriage*: Principal=Myrtle Long
Birth*: 3 May 1879, Elkland, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 12 April 1909, Osceola, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., Principal=Sarah T. Tubbs
Death*: 20 May 1957, Corning, Steuben County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: John G. Hammond , Jr. b. 1 August 1820, d. 25 November 1900
Mother: Adeline Louise Eggleston b. 4 December 1844, d. 27 June 1893

Family 1:

Myrtle Long d. 1908

Children:

Raymond Charles Hammond+ b. 19 Feb 1898, d. 15 Feb 1944
Vivian Hammond b. 13 Jul 1900, d. a 1982
Leo Hammond b. 12 Nov 1905
Saphrona Hammond+ b. 30 Sep 1906
Paul Hammond Chamberlayne b. 20 Dec 1908

Family 2:

Sarah T. Tubbs b. 20 June 1888, d. 21 January 1982

Children:

James Compton Hammond+ b. 16 Feb 1910, d. 16 Sep 1934
Eunice M. Hammond+ b. 27 Jul 1911
Helen Hammond b. 1918, d. 1918

Clarrissa Hammond
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe

Birth*: Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: 28 October 1793, Principal=Samuel Henry Alline Hartt

Parents:

Father: Archelaus Hammond
Mother: Jerusha Slocum

Family:

Samuel Henry Alline Hartt b. BET. 1745 1746, d. 1814

Children:

Judah Hammond Hartt d. Deceased
Ruth Amelia Hartt
John Endicott Hartt
William Dell Hartt b. 1796, d. 1857
Rev. Samuel Hartt+ b. 23 Apr 1799, d. 16 Jan 1867
Charles Lathrop Hartt b. 1810, d. 1885

Cynthia Hammond
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Birth*: 6 September 1833

Parents:

Father: John Hammond , Sr. b. 8 July 1782, d. 15 June 1874
Mother: Marilla Stull b. 25 February 1794, d. 21 June 1883

Dudley Hammond
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Note*: Dudley Hammond was a Revolutionary soldier in Capt. Leffingwell's (NewLondon, Conn) Company of Conn. Troops, 1777
Birth*: 1757, Montville, New London County, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Marriage*: circa 1780, Principal=Sybil Huntington
Death*: 1802, Elmira, Chemung County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Amariah Hammond b. 18 April 1729, d. 3 July 1778
Mother: Mary Dudley

Family:

Sybil Huntington b. 3 October 1760, d. 1802

Children:

John Hammond , Sr.+ b. 8 Jul 1782, d. 15 Jun 1874

Edith Hammond
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Parents:

Father: John G. Hammond , Jr. b. 1 August 1820, d. 25 November 1900
Mother: Adeline Louise Eggleston b. 4 December 1844, d. 27 June 1893

Emeline Rose Hammond
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Birth*: 12 April 1838

Parents:

Father: John Hammond , Sr. b. 8 July 1782, d. 15 June 1874
Mother: Marilla Stull b. 25 February 1794, d. 21 June 1883

Emma Hammond
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Birth*: 10 October 1831

Parents:

Father: John Hammond , Sr. b. 8 July 1782, d. 15 June 1874
Mother: Marilla Stull b. 25 February 1794, d. 21 June 1883

Eunice M. Hammond
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Death*: New York City, New York, U.S.A.
Birth*: 27 July 1911, Nelson, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Charles Agustus Hammond b. 3 May 1879, d. 20 May 1957
Mother: Sarah T. Tubbs b. 20 June 1888, d. 21 January 1982

Ezekiel Hammond
Marriage*: 4 April 1893, North East, Cecil County, Maryland, U.S.A., Principal=Ida Mahoney

Family:

Ida Mahoney b. 24 February 1873, d. 8 May 1918

Frank Hammond
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Birth*: before 1879

Parents:

Father: John G. Hammond , Jr. b. 1 August 1820, d. 25 November 1900
Mother: Adeline Louise Eggleston b. 4 December 1844, d. 27 June 1893

Fred Hammond
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Death*: circa 1956

Parents:

Father: John G. Hammond , Jr. b. 1 August 1820, d. 25 November 1900
Mother: Adeline Louise Eggleston b. 4 December 1844, d. 27 June 1893

Helen Hammond
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Death*: 1918, Oceola, Tioga County, Pennsylania, U.S.A.
Birth*: 1918, Lindley, Steuben County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Charles Agustus Hammond b. 3 May 1879, d. 20 May 1957
Mother: Sarah T. Tubbs b. 20 June 1888, d. 21 January 1982

Isaac Hammond
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Birth*: 20 December 1668, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 7 December 1692, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Principal=Ann Kendrick
Death*: 1 January 1714/15, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas B. Hammond b. circa 1630, d. 20 October 1678
Mother: Elizabeth Stedman b. 24 November 1637, d. 1715

Family:

Ann Kendrick b. 3 July 1672, d. 23 December 1735

Children:

Issac Hammond+ b. 31 Jul 1716, d. 25 Oct 1755


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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