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.
Richard Powell Hammond (1820-1862) – captain Company B, 25th Arkansas Infantry, CSA. Died at the Battle of Murfreesboro in Tennessee.
Orville Ernest Hamon (1920-1945) – KIA in Belgium -- paratrooper 502nd PIR "B"Co. 101st Airborne.
Foster Stone Hammond (1913-1944) – PVT, US Army, died during a training exorcise when the breach of a 155-mm Howitzer struck him causing multiple hemorrhages to his brain.
Malcolm Hugh Hammond (1916-1943) – PFC, US Army, MIA. North Africa American Cemetery & Memorial.
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. Is buried at Cave Hill National Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky. I have been unable to confirm whether he actually died while serving or not.
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