Like his brother Rev. William Hammon, we have a lot of information on Ambrose. He is beleived to be the second son of John Hammon I (1685- ca. 1758). There are many contributors, but most of the information I have has been provided by Neal Owen Hammon who in turn received much of his information from his father, Stratton Owen Hammon. Much of this information comes from land transactions, church records, early tax lists, and his will.
Ambrose was born in Caroline County, Virginia in about 1725. The large gap between his brother William (b: ca. 1713) and Ambrose is unexplainable at this time. The estimate on his birth year could be off significantly. His will is dated January 29, 1794 and probated August Term 1794. It is uncertain if January 29th is also his death date, but his name is last seen in 1794 and by 1795 records only his wife Ann's name is found. He died in Wilkes County, North Carolina and is buried in the Roaring River Baptist Church Cemetery.
Much more can be read about Ambrose Hammon in the FTM Report called: Descendants of Ambrose Hammon
Outline Descendant Report for Ambrose Hammon (94 pages) - This report does not contain sources.
Descendant Report for Ambrose Hammon (394 pages) - This report does not contain sources.
Descendant Report for Ambrose Hammon (544 pages) - this report contains sources.
Sources are just references. They do not show the actual documents themselves.
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