In Memory of Fallen Ham(m)on(d)(s)
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.
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). Burial: 1864, Unmarked Grave, National Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.
Foster Stone Hammond (1913-1944) – PVT, US Army, died during training exorcise when the breach of a 155-mm Howitzer struck him causing multiple hemorrhages to his brain. Is buried at Grassy Memorial Cemetery, Lauderdale County, Alabama.
Clemmons Calvin Hammonds (1843-1865) – 11th Alabama Infantry, CSA. Died of pneumonia in military prison in Nashville, Tennessee. There are two different stories as to why he was in the prison: (1) for a murder he did not commit, and (2) taken as a prisoner of war.
Thomas Francis Hammond (1831-1863) - Fought in the Civil War as a member of the 8th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, USA, Private, Company E. Died of “consumption” (tuberculosis) in General Hospital 19, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Is buried at Cave Hill National Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky.
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