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This site not only has my paternal (Hammons and Robbins) lineages, but also my maternal (Blackburn and Couch) connections. The various families can be researched in the Family Section.
The House of Plantagenent official begins with King Henry II (1133-1189); however, the coat of arms depitcted to the left actually began with his son, King Richard I (The Lionhearted). My connection to this house goes through three gateway ancestors, (1) Jeremiah Clarke, Sr. (1605-1651), my 9th great grandfather, (2) Thomas Mallory, III (1636-1678), my 9th great grandfather, and (3) Anthony Savage (1623-1695), my 11th great grandfather.
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Ambrose settled in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia upon his arrival in about 1666. Old Rappahannock County was formed from Lancaster County in 1656 and became extinct in 1692 when it was divided into Essex and Richmond Counties.
Hammon Family Immigrant
Ambrose Hammon was probably born in 1647 or possibly 1646 (baptism: 28 Feb 1647) in St.James Parish in Clerkenwell, England. Clerkenwell is now a part of London proper. He is typically known as our family immigrant, despite the fact that his father also came to America. His great grand aunt, Elizabeth Hamond, actually was the first of the family to come to America in 1637 with her husband Henry Hart. They settled in Jamestown, Virginia.
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