HAM(M)ON(D)(S) VETERANS (169)

 

Number of new additions Since November 11, 2016 – 12

(N) – designates those as new additions and they are also highlighted.

 

Pre-America (1)

 

Francis Hamond (1590-1652) - "Among the horsemen equipped by George Gawsell and mustered at Swaffham in 1639 to go upon the King's Service in the North”.  Possibly the Francis Hamond who, with Robert Hamond, John Hamond and three people from the Scarning area, are shown as serving under the Earl of Northumberland in 1640 by the Muster taken after the Army's retreat from Newcastle into Yorkshire.  My 10th great grandfather.

 

French and Indian War (1754-1763) (1)

 

John Hammon, Jr. - Military service: 1756, French and Indian War from Lunenberg County, Virginia.  My 6th great granduncle.

 

Revolutionary War (1775-1783) (5)

 

John Hammon, III - Military service: 1776, Revolutionary War from Lunenberg County, Virginia.  My 1st cousin, 7x removed.

 

Joseph Hammon (1753-1829) - Martha's (wife) statement was made before the court in Monroe County, IN, in 1843, where she applied for her Revolutionary War Widow's Pension.  1777, from Lunenberg, Virginia Colony.  My half 6th great grand uncle.

 

Benjamin Hammons (1756-1835) - On 5 Feb 1833, Benjamin Hammons appeared before the Wilkes County, NC, Court of P&QS to make his declaration in order to receive a pension for his service in the Revolutionary War.  Revolutionary War Pension File W4978; National Archives.  On 24 Jan 1839, Sarah MAY HAMMONS, age 70 years, came before the Wilkes County, NC, Court of P&QS and made her declaration in order to receive a Widow's Pension for the Revolutionary War service of her husband, Benjamin HAMMONS. She stated she married Benjamin on 17 Aug 1787 and that he had died 7 Mar 1835 in Wilkes County, NC. (Revolutionary War Pension File W4978; National Archives).  My 1st cousin 7x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

James Hammon, II (1758-1803) - James served in Wilkes County, NC, Militia during Revolutionary War.  My 5th great grand uncle.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

John Hammon (1760-1868) - Records of the Veterans' Administration, Revolutionary War pension file of John Hammon, S 9 559 The National Archives, Washington, D.C.  He served at the battle of King's Mountain, and was also a defender of Bryan's Station in Kentucky, 1782.  At John’s passing, he was the next to last living Revolutionary War veteran.  My 5th great grandfather.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

War of 1812 (1812-1815) (5)

 

CPT. John Hamon, Jr. (1776-1826) - Military Service (1): 8 Feb 1814 . War of 1812; CPT; Mustered 100 men, 6th Rg. Com.; LTC Henry C. COLEMAN.  Military Service (2): 30 Jun 1814; Mustered 2nd time; Co., 5th Rg.; LTC Issac BOOTH; Norfolk's Defense.  Reference Number: 2675.  On 2 Aug. 1814 Capt. Hamon’s Company was in Norfolk during an epidemic of a sickness that caused many deaths.  My 2nd cousin 6x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

William Andrew Hammons (1790-bef. 1850) – served in the 16th Company of North Carolina.  My 2nd cousin, 6x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

James Hammon (ca. 1793-?) – Military Service – War of 1812.  My 4th great grand uncle.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Lewis Denny Hammon (bet. 1790-1792 - 1872) - Military Service – War of 1812.  Served under Captain John Duval, March 29, 1813.  My 4th great grand uncle.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Thomas Hammon (ca. 1795-1830) - Military Service – War of 1812.  My 4th great grand uncle.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

James, Lewis, and Thomas were brothers.

 

Mexican War (1846-1848)

 

None known

 

Civil War (1861-1865) (31)

 

Franklin Hamon (1844-1886) – Military service July 15, 1862, listed as a private.  My 4th cousin, 4x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Robert Miller Hammon (1842-1906) - Military service (1): 15 Jul 1862, Enlisted at age 18 as a private.  Military service 2: 23 Aug 1863, Mustered.  My 4th cousin 4x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

  • Francis and Robert are brothers.

 

Thomas Francis Hammond (1831-1863) - Fought in the Civil War as a member of the 8th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, USA, Private, Company E.  Is buried at Cave Hill National Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky.  My 3rd cousin 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

John Wesley Hammond (1841-1902) - Military service: 10 Nov 1861, Civil War, Member of the 14th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, Corporal, company B.  Is buried at Bluegrass Cemetery in Salyersville, Kentucky.  My 3rd cousin 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

William Preston Hammond (1842-1913) - Military service: 10 Nov 1861, Civil War, Member of the 14th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, 1st SGT, Company B.  Name is spelled HAMON.  Is buried at Eden Valley Cemetery in Eden Valley, Minnesota.  My 3rd cousin 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Jeptha Hammond (1846-1864) - Fought in the Civil War as a member of the 14th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, USA.  Died from wounds he received during the battle on Kennesaw Mountain, GA.  Burial: National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee Military service: 10 Nov 1861, Civil War.  My 3rd cousin 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Benjamin Franklin Hammond (1835-1913) - Military service: 10 Nov 1861, Civil War, Member of the 14th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry.  Is buried at Dr. Will May Cemetery in Salyersville, Kentucky.  My 3rd cousin 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Hezekiah Hammond (1831-1864) - Fought in the Civil War as a member of the 14th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, USA. Died in Richmond, VA, in a POW Camp (of Bronchitis).  Hezekiah enlisted with his brothers, Benjamin, John Wesley, Jeptha and William Preston, in the Union regiment forming at Camp Wallace in Louisa, Lawrence County, KY in the fall of 1861. He and his brothers enlisted 10 November 1861. He was a Pvt in Company I, 14th Infantry Regiment 10 Dec 1861. He was captured at Salyersville, Magoffin Co. 30 Nov 1863, one of the five men taken there when his regiment engaged the Confederate forces.  The documents from the National Archives support this information, but not the information found at the Andersonville Prison website showing Hezekiah Hamon as a prisoner who was released. It's possible that Hezekiah was slated to be moved to the notorious death camp, but was too ill to be moved when "Ft. Sumpter" opened in early 1864. The roster for Company I shows Hezekiah Harmon listed, however, his widow was granted a pension in 1868 on the basis of the information from the AG's office which details Hezekiah's death in Richmond.  Burial: 1864, Unmarked Grave, National Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.  Name is spelled HARMON.  My 3rd cousin 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

  • Benjamin, John, William, Jeptha and Hezekiah were brothers.

 

COL. Jesse Franklin Hammon (1821-1893) - During the Civil War, Jesse Hammon served as an officer in the State Militia. The activities of Captain Jesse Franklin Hammon, commander of the Thurston Guards, are covered by Stoddard Johnson, Memorial History of Louisville, Volume 1, page 167.   My 4th great grand uncle.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Abraham Madison Hammon (1830-1883) - Abraham served as a Private during the Civil War as of 6 March 1862, recorded at Gladeville, VA: Private.  Is buried at Mussel Shoals Baptist Church Cemetery in Owen County, Kentucky.  My 1st cousin 5x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

CPT. Archelous Jacob Hammons (1833-1908) – Military service October 5, 1862 as Captain in Company E, 13th Reg. Cavalry, CSA.  My 3rd cousin, 5x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Cyrus Randal Hammon (1841-1904) – Confederate Volunteer.  Enlisted in Company E, Kentucky 3rd Cavalry Battalion on 18 Sep 1862.  My 1st cousin, 5x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Lewis Hammon (abt. 1824-1880) – Military service February 1862 from Kentucky.  My 3rd great grandfather.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Richard Powell Hammond (1820-1862) – captain Company B, 25th Arkansas Infantry, CSA.  Died at the Battle of Murfreesboro in Tennessee.  My 3rd cousin, 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Clemmons Calvin Hammonds (1843-1865) – 11th Alabama Infantry, CSA.  Died of pneumonia in military prison in Nashville, Tennessee.  My Half 3rd cousin, 5x removed.  Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Isaac Hammon (1843-aft 1920) – March 2, 1865 from Indiana.  My 2nd cousin, 4x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Joseph Hamon (1841-1928) – 1st Georgia Cavalry, Co. G., (application 8 pgs). Pension # 0684 approved. He states he served w/ unknown independent Cav regt, for a year & when it disbanded enlisted w/ 1st GA. (in Clinton, TN)  My 4th cousin, 4x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Hezekiah Hammon (1841-1910) – PVT Company E Indiana, 153rd Infantry, February 11, 1865.  Mustered out May 20, 1865.  My 4th cousin, 4x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Ephraim Thomas Hammon (1831-1916) – PVT CSA, 9th Cavalry, POW – Military Prison, Louisville, Kentucky: Captured December 25, 1863 in Dixon County (state not legible).  My 3rd cousin, 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Hiram Hammon (1846-1915) – PVT Company K, 5th West Virginia Infantry.  Enlistment: 1863, Discharge: 1865.  My 4th cousin, 4x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

John K. Hammon (1828-1889) – Company 6, US Volunteer Infantry, Disabled.  Pension: T288-196.  My 1st cousin, 5x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Thomas H Hammon(d) (1832-1917) – PVT Company I, 189th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  Enlistment: February 13, 1865, Discharge: September 28,1865.  Pension: 579-112.  Is buried in Woodland Cemetery in Ironton, Lawrence, Ohio.  My 3rd cousin, 5x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).  Note:  The application for his military grave marker shows the name to be THOMAS HAMMOND, but states his birth spelling was HAMMON.

 

Enoch Hammon (1821-1895) – PVT, Enlistment: September 1, 1863. CSA, 39th Regiment, Georgia Infantry.  POW, Released January 29th, 1864 at Chattanooga by authority of Major General Thomas.  #176 on document, listed as 6’ tall, grey hair, grey eyes. Descendant of William C. Hammond (b: 1777)

 

Elijah Hammon (1834-1867) – PVT, CSA, unspecified regiment, Georgia Infantry.  POW, Released January 29th, 1864 at Chattanooga by authority of Major General Thomas.  #177 on document, listed as 5’8” tall, brown hair, blue eyes. Descendant of William C. Hammond (b: 1777)

 

John E Hammon (1825-1912) – PVT, CSA, unspecified regiment, Georgia Infantry.  POW, Released January 29th, 1864 at Chattanooga by authority of Major General Thomas.  #178 on document, listed as 5’5” tall, brown hair, hazel eyes. Descendant of William C. Hammond (b: 1777)

  • Enoch, John, & Elijah were brothers.

 

William N Hammond (1833-1901) – CSA, 52nd infantry.  Enlistment: 1862. Descendant of William C. Hammond (b: 1777)

  • Cousin of Enoch, John, & Elijah

 

Daniel Hammon (1834-1893) – PVT, CSA, 102nd Regiment, Company A, 11th Georgia Cavalry.   Descendant of William C. Hammond (b: 1777)

 

Joseph Lafayette Hammond (1829-1864) July 1, 1862, 5th Sergeant, 39th Georgia Infantry, Co H Chattooga Tigers.  Absent, sick, October 25, 1863. Deserted or taken prisoner of war. Took oath of allegiance to U. S. Government at Chattanooga, Tennessee and released March 14, 1864.  September 13, 1864 - Killed by Gatewood's Raiders, hanged by the Chattooga River close to the family sawmill. The raiders claimed he was a horse thief. The truth was they were a bunch of ruthless vigilantes and targeted him because he'd signed the Oath of Allegiance.  Descendant of William C. Hammond (b: 1777)

 

Hiram Gaines Hammond (1828-1896) Enlisted May 6, 1862, PVT, Company F, Smith’s Legion Infantry Regiment, Georgia, CSA.  March 18, 1863 promoted to Full Sergeant 2nd Class & transferred to Company D, 65th Infantry Regiment, Georgia.  July 15, 1863 Promoted to Full Sergeant 1st Class.  November 8, 1864 taken as POW at Coosa Ville, Georgia and taken to Camp Douglas in Illinois on November 10th.  March 14, 1865, Transferred for exchange at Point Lookout, Maryland.  March 22, 1865 placed in General Hospital #9 in Richmond, Virginia.   Descendant of William C. Hammond (b: 1777)

 

Edmund Dilyhunt Hammons (1837-1910) – Tennessee, CSA.  My Half 2nd cousin, 6x removed.  Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).  Still searching for documentation.

 

Gordon Hammons (1835-1915) – On April 15, 1905 he applied for Civil War Pension, CSA, State of Virginia.  Is buried at Pearis Cemetery, Pearisburg, Giles County, VirginiaMy 3rd cousin, 5x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Special Note:  While not shown as actually enlisting in the military, James Hammon (1830-1864), called "Jim Crow", was almost 7 feet tall and fought a bush-whacking war against the Union troops in Owen County and the Home Guard from Grant County. At one time this "Jim Crow" tried to steal 100 rifles from the camp of sleeping union troops but could not carry all of them and was discovered. In the ensuing fight four or five Union troopers were killed. This was in revenge for the Union Army burning his sister's house.  My 1st cousin 5x removed.

 

Spanish-American War (1898) (2)

 

(William Logan Hammond (1874-1953) - Military service April 5, 1897 to April 4, 1900, Hospital Corps.  Pension #: C-2-521-261  Is buried in Pineville Cemetery in Pineville, Kentucky.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Jasper Newton Hammond (1874-1952) – US Army, Camp Wheeler Is buried Maple Hill Cemetery in Huntsville, AlabamaMy Half 3rd cousin, 5x removed.  Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Pilipino-American War (1899-1902) (1)

 

(David Hammon (1878-1950) - Military service January 10, 1899 – September 19, 1905; Private, Company A, 3rd Infantry, KY.  Pension #: C-2489591  Is buried in Brown Cemetery in Morehead, Kentucky.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

World War I (1914-1918) (12)

 

Robert Lafayette Hammons (1895-1985) - Military service 1: 01 May 1918, US Naval Reserve, Seaman 2nd Class.  Military service 2: 30 Sep 1921, Discharge.  Is buried in the Vernon Cemetery in Vernon, Indiana.  My grandfather.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Titus Jasper Hammons (1894-1960) – Private, Company C, 80th Infantry My great grand uncle.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Claude Esaw Hamon  (1892-1933) – Private, Company B, 102nd Infantry, Division 26th Mo. My 5th cousin 3x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

John Edward Hamon  (1887-1962) – Private, Army.  April 30, 1918 to December 13, 1918.  Is buried in Hayden Cemetery: Hayden, Jennings, Indiana. My 5th cousin 3x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Sidney Jackson Hammond I (1890-1950) – Enlistment: April 25, 1918  Discharge: July 20, 1918. Private, 2nd Company, Camp Taylor, Kentucky.  Is buried in Beech Grove Cemetery, Muncie, Delaware, Indiana. My 3rd cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Ira Francis Hammond  (1893-1957) – Promoted to PFC (March 18, 1919), Enlistment: April 1, 1918.  Honorable Discharge: July 9, 1919.  158 Depot Brigade on April 16, 1918, Company 10 4 Motor Mechanic Regiment on February 24, 1919, and Repair Unit 328 Motor Transport Corp until discharge.  American Expeditionary Forces July 15, 1918 through July 2, 1919. My 5th cousin 3x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Lloyd Hammond (1895-1949) - Enlistment May 27, 1918 to April 24, 1919, US Army, Company H, 125th Infantry Division  Is buried in Burning Fork Cemetery, in West Van Lear, Kentucky.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Claud Caesar Hammond (1894-1918) – PVT, US Army, 355th Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry Division – Death: September 16, 1918 in France. Buried at Thiaucourt, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France.   My Half 4th cousin, 4x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Leroy Houston Hammond (1882-1946) – Lacking more information.  My Half 4th cousin, 4x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Luther Eugene Hammond (1890-1973) – PVT, US Army.  My Half 4th cousin, 4x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Preston Hammond (1887-1956) – PVT 42 Co. 162 Depot Brigade.  Is buried in Stroud Cemetery , in Stroud, Lincoln, Oklahoma.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Marion Dewey Hammons (1899-1972) – Enlistment: October 11, 1919  Discharge: November 1, 1922. US Army.  Is buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Corinth, Grant County, Kentucky. My 2nd cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

 

World War II (1939-1945) (81)

 

Clyde Harold Hammons (1915-1994) – Fort Thomas, KY, July 26, 1940.  My 1st cousin 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

SGT. Harold Matthew Hammon (1917-1962) - He was a Sergeant in the Medical Corps in a field hospital and many times under fire.  My 3rd cousin 3x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

MAJ Stratton Owen Hammon (1904-1997) - On 20 May 1947 the Republic of France awarded Stratton Hammon Chevalier of the Legion d'Honneur, (Knight of the Legion of Honor) for services rendered France during the war.  Is buried at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky.  My 3rd cousin 3x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

ENSIGN Neal Owen Hammon (1925-present) – ROTC at Male High School in Louisville and for one year at the University of Illinois.  Enlisted in the Navy in the later part of 1943.  Assigned to the V12 program and went to midshipman school in New York.  Commissioned as an Ensign in the Navy and assigned to the USS Montpelier, CL 57 and ordered to serve at the occupation headquarters at Hiroshima until the end of November 1945.  My 4th cousin 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Keath Edwin Hammon (1927-2001) - US Navy, corpsman: noncommissioned officer.  Is buried at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky.  My 4th cousin 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Wilber Cecil Hammons (1921-1982) – July 28, 1942 of Huntington, West Virginia.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Okey Gilbert Hammons (1918-1969) – April 30, 1942.  Is buried at Kee Cemetery in Pocahontas County, West Virginia.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

  • Wilber and Okey were brothers.

 

Layton Finley Hammond (1926-2000) – PFC US Army.  June 28, 1945 at Fort Hayes, Ohio.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Herschel M. Hammond (1908-1991) - January 5, 1944 to November 11, 1945. Jefferson Barracks in Jefferson, Missouri, T/5 US Army.  Is buried at Rock Island National Cemetery in Rock Island County, Illinois.  My 3rd cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Esaw W. Hamon (1922-1980) – April 1, 1943 in Fort Hayes, Ohio.  Is buried at the Hamons-Skeen Cemetery in Jackson County, West Virginia. My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Calvin Warren Hammon (1927-2004) – S1 US Navy, May 17, 1945 to December 12, 1947. Is buried at Ft. Sill National Cemetery, Section 30, Site 782, Elgin, Oklahoma. My 4th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Chyle Thomas Hammond (1908-1996) – PVT US Army, Enlistment: September 9, 1943 from Cincinnati, Ohio.  Is buried in Butler Co. Memorial Park, Wayne County, Ohio.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Clarence Paul Hammond (1911-1987) – Enlistment: April 6, 1943 from Sacramento, California.  My 4th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Johnnie Clifford Hammond (1920-1994) – Enlistment: November 9, 1941 from Fort Sill, Oklahoma.  My 7th cousin, 1x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713). 

 

William Dennis Hammond (1922-2008) – US Army.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Oscar Calvin Hamon (1925-2009) – US Army, European Theatre, Enlistment: November 23, 1943 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

William Silas Hamons (1922-1999) – US Army, Enlistment: November 23, 1943 of Oklahoma.  Is buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, New Haven, Ohio.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Charles Logan Hammon (1906-1971) – June 8, 1942 – October 19 1945 of Solano County, California.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Orville Ernest Hamon (1920-1945) – Killed in action in Belgium, paratrooper 502nd PIR "B"Co. 101st Airborne.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Delbert W Hammon (1921-1992) – PVT Army, September 20, 1944 of Cleveland, Ohio.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

George Willard Hammon (1918-1999) – US Marine Corp.  Is buried in Tetford Township Cemetery, Clio, Genesee, Michigan.  My 4th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Joseph H Hammond (1927-1994) – SKE US Navy, October 14, 1949 to February 9, 1950 from Cincinnati, Ohio.  My 4th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).  Despite the date, is considered part of WWII by the Veterans Administration.

 

Earl Spencer Hammons (1929-1999) – Army: December 14, 1947.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).  Despite the date, is considered part of WWII by the Veterans Administration.

 

Paul Clifford Hammon II (1920-2008) – PVT Army Corps of Engineers, Enlistment: Septermber 9, 1941 of Wichita, Kansas.  My 7th cousin, 1x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Ray Reed Hammon (1920-1980) – PVT , No branch assignment, Enlistment: August 2, 1944.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Elmer Grant Hammond (1918-1996) – S/SGT Enlistment: April 4, 1943 from Fort Thomas, Knox, Kentucky. Served in Europe, Africa, Brazil, India, and South Pacific.  Awarded the Good Conduct Medal  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713). 

 

Foster Stone Hammond (1913-1944) – PVT, US Army – Enlistment: December 4, 1941, Fort McClellan, Calhoun, Alabama. Died during a training exercise when the recoiling breach of a 155-mm Howitzer struck him causing multiple hemorrhages to his brain.   My Half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Frank G Hammond (1910-1980) – PVT, US Army.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713). 

 

George Phillips Hammond (1915-1950) – PFC, 4000th AAF Base Unit.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713). 

 

Claude Millard Hammond (1918-1991) – PFC, US Marine Corps.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713). 

 

Blaine Hammond (1915-1996) – Enlistment: April 17, 1942.  PVT, branch listed as.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713). 

 

Glen Arvil Hammond (1926-1998) – F1 US Navy.  Enlistment: September 28,1944,  Discharge: May 29, 1946.  Ship: Henrico, APA-45.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Grover Cleveland Hammond (1919-2001) – Enlistment: September 7, 1942, Fort McClellan, Calhoun, Alabama.  Branch not listed.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713). 

 

Beverly Allen Hammond (1922-1996) – US Army, Enlistment: April 20, 1942.  Discharge: October 25, 1945.  Is buried in Nicholasville, Jessamine, Kentucky.  My 5th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Malcolm Hugh Hammond (1916-1943) – PFC US Army, MIA.  North Africa American Cemetery & Memorial.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Ernest L Hammond (1924-1998) – US Navy.  Service: May 1, 1942 to August 15, 1942 and October 20, 1945 to March 9, 1946.  Discharge: January 25, 1947.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

James Reeder Hammond (1925-2004) – US Army.  Buried Grassy Memorial Cemetery, Lauderdale County, Alabama.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Lelton Alvoid Hammond (1924-2010) – PVT, unassigned on November 30, 1945 at Ft. McClellan, Alabama. My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

McDaniel Hammond (1922-2004) – Enlistment: November 30, 1942 as PVT.  Discharge: March 29, 1946 as SGT, from Wilbarger, Texas.  Is buried in Riverside National Cemetery Riverside, California.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Murray Sewell Hammond (1921-2000) – US Army, per Veterans Grave Sites. My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

James Etison Hammond (1910-1990) – Enlisted: December 12, 1942, Fort McClellan. My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Raymond Lee Hammond (1914-1990) – Enlisted: December 17, 1945, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Master Sergeant, Air Corps, Hawai’I Department. My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Jefferson Eugene Hammond (1919-2009) – For McPherson, PVT, Infantry. My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Arnold Vester Hammon (1915-1989) Military Rank: PFC. Served in Europe (Germany and Italy) under General George Patton. Military Service from 1942-1945. Served in the infantry. Awarded the Purple Heart. (father of Eddie Dwight Hammon below).  Descendant of William E. Hammond (b: circa 1790)

 

COL. William Robert Hammond (1922-1986) – June 6, 1944.  My Half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).  Also Korea

 

Charles William Hammon (1919-2010) SSML2, US Navy, WWII.  Descendant of William E. Hammond (b: circa 1790)

 

James Robert Hammond (1909-1950) – Enlistment: December 21, 1943.  Discharge: October 25, 1945, SGT 1st Class, USN My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Venard Othale Hammond (1920-1998) – US Navy.  Is buried in Veterans Memorial Cemetery: Crescent city, Del Norte, California.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

William Burke Hammond (1924-2000) – US Navy, December 13, 1943 & October 1, 1944 aboard USS Mahan DD-364.  November 23, 1945 aboard USS Charles P Cecil DD-835  Is buried in Alta Mesa Memorial Park, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, California.  My 5th cousin, 1x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

James Etison Hammond (1926-1970) – Corporal, 7 ABN GP AF. My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

William Eugene Hammond (1919-2007) – B-17 Pilot, 15th Army Air Force. My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

William Oscar Hammond (1924-2002) – US Army. My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Alton M. Hammonds (1910-1998) – SA US Navy.  Is buried in Dunkard Ridge Cemetery in Elmville, Highland Ohio. My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

William Lawrence Hammond (1915-2002) – PFC US Army.  Is buried in Pettus Cemetery in Lexington, Lauderdale, Alabama.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Sanford Turner Hammond (1919-1981) – US Army. Enlistment: November 25, 1941; Discharge: September 22, 1945.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Robert Stanley Hammond (1921-2013) – US Army. Is buried in Lawrence County Memorial Gardens.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Carson B Hammond (1926-2007) – US Army. Is buried in Tri-Cities Memorial Gardens, Florence, Lauderdale County, Alabama.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

  • William Lawrence Hammond, Robert Stanley Hammond, Sanford Turner Hammond, and Carson B Hammond were brothers.

 

Luther Dalson Hammond (1920-1998) – PFC US Army. Is buried in John Lay Cemetery, Ethridge, Lawrence County, Tennessee.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Jewel Hammonds (1922-1985) – US Army.  Enlistment: December 4, 1942, Discharge: January 30, 1946.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Robert Wayne Hammonds (1923-1944) – Company G, 30th Inf., 3rd Division.  Rank: Staff Sergeant.  Enlistment: April 12, 1943.  Killed at Anzio Beach, Italy on April 15, 1944.  Is buried at Rosemound Cemetery in Commerce, Hunt County, Texas.   My half 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Roderick Earl Hammonds (1902-1993) – PFC US Army. Is buried in Rosemound Cemetery, Commerce, Hunt County, Texas.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

James Marvin Hammonds (1915-2000) – US Army, Enlistment: October 16, 1941, Discharge: November 3, 1945.  Is buried at Pine Forest Cemetery in Pine Forest, Hopkins County, Texas.   My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Jessie Travis Hammonds (1921-1996) – US Army, Enlistment: August 13, 1942, Discharge: January 16, 1946.  Is buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.   My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Hazel Newton Hammonds (1918-1996) –  US Marine Corps.  Enlistment: November 25, 1940, Dishcharge: November 26, 1946.  Is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

  • Hazel Newton Hammonds, Roderick Earl Hammonds, James Marvin Hammonds, and Jessie Travis Hammonds were brothers and the and the uncles of Robert Wayne Hammonds

 

Lausie Hammonds (1919-1978)SSGT US Army, Enlistment: September 25, 1939.  Discharge: November 23, 1944.  My 7th cousin, 1x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713). 

 

Woodrow Wilson Hammonds (1913-1957) – US Army, Company E 190th Infantry.  Awarded Silver Cross and Purple Heart from Italian and North Africa campaigns.  Enlistment: August 23, 1943; Discharge: August 3, 1944  Is buried in Hamons-Skeen Cemetery in Kanawha County, West Virginia. My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Allie Jefferson Hammons (1923-1980) – Pvt. US Army.  Is buried at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Clackamas County, Oregon.   My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Chester Albert Hammond (1913-1968) – SGT. A42 ABN Eng. US Army.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Charles Grover Hammons (1922-1974) – US Army Air Forces, Enlistment #1: December 31,1942.  Enlistment #2: January 7, 1943:  Discharge: October 28, 1954.  TSGT, 303rd BG, 359th BS, B-17 Flight Engineer.  Is buried in Ecklers Cemetery, Corinth, Grant, Kentucky.  My 3rd cousin, 1x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Claude Hammons (1917-1980) – US Army, Enlistment: April 21,1942.  Discharge: June 27, 1945.  My 1st cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Clyde Franklin Hammons, I (1918-2004) – F!, US Navy, Enlistment: August 12,1944.  Discharge: October 27, 1945.  Is buried in McDonald Center Church Cemetery, Junction City, Boyle County, Kentucky.  My 3rd cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Denzil Harrison Hammons (1920-1978) – Enlistment: August 1, 1940.  Discharge: August 8, 1941.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Anna Hammons (1923-1999) – Enlistment: December 2, 1943. PVT Women’s Army Corp.  Is buried In Odd Fellows Cemetery, Corinth, Grant County, Kentucky.  My 2nd cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Henry Edward Hammons (1927-1998) – WWII & Korea.  Is buried In St Joseph Old Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.  My 2nd cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

  • Anna and Henry Edward Hammons are sister and brother.

 

Lester James Hammons (1922-1988) – Enlistment: November 10, 1942, US Army   My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

Denzil Harrison Hammons (1920-1978) – PVT US Army  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Marvin Roy Hammons (1920-2009) – Enlistment: May 23, 1940, US Army.  Buried in Gridley-Biggs Cemetery, Gridley, Butte County, California.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Dalmas E Hammons (1920-1972) – Enlistment: March 14, 1942, US Army.  Fort Thomas, Newport, Kentucky.  Buried in Marshall Cemetery, Westfield, Aroostook County, Maine.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

 

Ralph Boyd Hammons (1920-2009) – Enlistment: March 18, 1946, US Army.  Buried in Gridley-Biggs Cemetery, Gridley, Butte County, California.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

  • Dalmas E Hammons, Marvin Roy Hammons and Ralph Boyd Hammons were brothers.

 

Paul Morris Hammons (1926-1998) – Enlistment: April 28, 1944.  Discharge: January 2, 1947.   PFC US Army.  Is buried In Graceland Memorial Garden, Milford, Clermont County, Ohio.  My 3rd cousin, 1x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Allen G Hammons (1914-1976) – Enlistment: February 9, 1943.  Discharge: December 20, 1945. CPL US Army.  Is buried In Arlington Memorial Gardens, Mount Healthy, Hamilton County, Ohio.  My 3rd cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Stanley Ray Hammons (1918-1998) – Enlistment: June 10, 1941.  Discharge: February 4, 1946.   PVT US Army.  Is buried In Arlington Memorial Gardens, Mount Healthy, Hamilton County, Ohio.  My 3rd cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

  • Allen G Hammons and Stanley Ray Hammons were brothers.

 

Korean War (1950-1953) (19)

 

LIEUTENANT Neal Owen Hammon (1925-present) – While serving as a Naval Reserve, went back on duty when the Korean War began and was assigned to the USS Helena, CA 75 and was in combat by September 1950.  Promoted to Lieutenant, Junior Grade.  Served about one year on that heavy cruiser and was transferred to the staff of Task Force 77, where he was the coding officer.  Was discharged circa 1957.   My 4th cousin 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Virgil L. Hammond (1934-1977) – FN1 US Navy, February 26, 1952 to December 8, 1955. Is buried in Rock Island National Cemetery, Rock Island, Illinois, Section D, Site 34b.  My 4th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

James Hilton Hammons I (1931-1979) – PFC US Army, May 20, 1952 to February 5, 1954. Is buried in Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, New York, Section 4, Site 1968.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Henry Leroy Hammond (1931-2003) – SMSGT US Air Force.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).  Also served in Vietnam.

 

Burl Adolph Hammond (1929-2003) – Enlistment: October 26, 1950.  Discharge: May 16, 1952.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

COL. William Robert Hammond (1922-1986) – June 6, 1944.  My Half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).  Also WWII

 

John Alvin Hamon (1933-1999) – US Army.  Descendant of Eli Hamon (b: ca. 1815).

 

Stanley Eugene Hammond (1929-2007) – US Army Is buried in Crestwood Cemetery: Garden of Calvary; Lot 324, Grand Blanc, Genesee, Michigan.  My 4th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Lester Smith “Bill” Hammond (1934-2003) - AIC US Air Force. Is buried in Butler County Memorial Park Cemetery, in Trenton, Butler, Ohio, USA.  My 7th cousin, 1x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Wand Hammond (1931-1984) - PFC US Army. Is buried in Bailey Chapel Cemetery, in Wakefield, Pike, Ohio, USA.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

James W Hammond (1931-1982) – PFC US Army. Is buried in Cynthiana Cemetery, Cynthiana, Pike County, Ohio.  My half 7th cousin, 1x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

John Ingram Hammonds, II (1927-1979) – Major, US Air Force. Is buried in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

COL. Vernon Hammonds (1908-1990) – Colonel, US Army. Is buried in Hope Cemetery, Henrietta, Clay County, Texas.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Joe Darrell Hammonds (1935-2010) – US Air Force.  Is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. My 7th cousin, 1x removed.  Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Truitt Wade Hammonds (1935-2003) – SFC, US Army.  Enlistment: May 4, 1953, Discharge: May 31, 1973.  Is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Texarkana, Miller County, Arkansas.  My half 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Harold Hammons (1929-2007) – PFC US Army, Enlistment: January 9, 1951.  Discharge: October 12, 1953.  Is buried in Eckler Cemetery, Corinth, Grant County, Kentucky.  My 3rd cousin, 1x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Jack Gaylen Hamon (1928-2009) – CWO US Army.  Enlistment: September 9, 1947.  Discharge: January 31, 1970.  Awarded Bronze Star.  Is buried in Sunbury Memorial Park Cemetery, Sunbury, Delaware County, Ohio.  My half 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).  See also Vietnam

 

Herbert Hoover Hammons (1928-1979) - CPL US Army, 2nd Infantry Division.  Enlistment: February 11, 1947.  Awarded Bronze Star.  Is buried in Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church Memorial Garden: Plot: 10117, in Glen Ellyn, DuPage County, Illinois.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed and also my 7th cousibn, 1x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Henry Edward Hammons (1927-1998) – WWII & Korea.  Is buried In St Joseph Old Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.  My 2nd cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

Norman Troy Hammons (1932-2013) – US Navy, USS Porterfield, DD-682, Engineering Dept.  Is buried Watervliet, Barrien County, Michigan.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

 

Vietnam War (1955-1975) (7)

 

Roy Gene Hammonds – U.S. Navy, January 21, 1963 to January 21, 1967: Bay of Pigs/Cuban Crisis.

 

Henry Leroy Hammond (1931-2003) – SMSGT US Air Force.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).  Also served in Korea.

 

Eddie Dwight Hammon (1946-Present) Specialist 5th Class stationed in Frankfurt, Germany with the 513th Military Intelligence Group. Military dates: September 16th, 1965 to August 26, 1968. MOS: Administrative Specialist. Descendant of William E. Hammond (b: circa 1790)

 

Norris Alfred Hammond (1938-2005) – US Army Special Forces. Is buried in Tri-Cities Memorial Gardens, Florence, Lawrence County, Alabama.  My half 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Ted Williams Hammond (1948-2015) – US Army. Is buried in Pettus Cemetery, Lexington, Lauderdale County, Alabama.  My half 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).

 

Jack Gaylen Hamon (1928-2009) – CWO US Army.  Enlistment: September 9, 1947.  Discharge: January 31, 1970.  Awarded Bronze Star.  Is buried in Sunbury Memorial Park Cemetery, Sunbury, Delaware County, Ohio.  My half 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Ambrose Hammon (b: ca. 1725).

 

Charles A Hammons (1944-2006) – Enlistment: February 27, 1963, US Army, Discharge: October 28, 1971.  My half 5th cousin, 3x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753). 

 

 

War in Kuwait/Iraq (2003-2011) /Afghanistan (2001-p) (1)

 

ENSIGN Keath Alexander Hammon – Aviator: flew helicopters.  My 5th cousin 1x removed.  Descendant of James Hammon (b: 1730).

 

 

Peace-time Service (3)

 

Everett Allen Hammond (1906-1974) – PVT US Army, July 7, 1930 to August 7, 1933.  Is buried in Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon, Section L, Site 1815.  My 6th cousin, 2x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

William Randall Hamons (1939-2009) – October 1, 1976.  My 7th cousin, 1x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Gary Lane Hammond (1940-2004) – A1 US Air Force. Is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Buna, Jasper County, Texas.  My half 6th cousin, 2x removed. Descendant of Joseph Hammon (b: ca. 1753).  I have not found if he served during peace time or during the Vietnam Conflict.

 

 

Notes: 

 

Ralph Duncan Hammonds (1919-1999) – Is listed in the U.S. Veterans Affairs Birth/Death Index, but I have not found anything else concerning if/when he actually served.  My 5th cousin, 3x removed.  Descendant of Rev. William Hammon (b: ca. 1713).

 

Though not listed as having served, Reverend William Hammon (1713-1792) is shown as having "furnished sundries to the militia of North Carolina", including a saddle, during the Revolutionary War.  My 6th great grand uncle.

 

Ambrose Hammon (1725-1794) is listed has having furnished supplies to the militia of North Carolina during the Revolutionary War.  My 6thgreat grand uncle.

 

There are two individuals; George W Hammon and his brother John E Hammon were at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.  George was killed and is document.  John was in a different section that apparently was not attacked.  We have a George W Hammon and a John Hammon born about the same time.  These two historical Hammon’s were born near Toledo, Ohio, but our two were born in Owen County, Kentucky.  I add this note for I have yet to find anyone (but I’m sure there are some) who spells their name as HAMMON and are not related to us.  Much more work here.

 

 

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