1 edition of Some ancestors and descendants of Joseph Wesley Hammond (1836-1902) and of Martha Maia (Stevens) Hammond (1837-1908) his wife, of Appleton, Wisconsin found in the catalog.
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History and genealogies of the Hammond families in America: with an account of the early history of the family in Normandy and Great Britain,Oneida, N.Y.: Ryan & Burkhart,Hammond, Frederick Stam, pgs.5/5(1).
For genealogists and researchers of the Hammond family (of New England, New York, and mid-west) this is absolutely a must read / have book. While Roland Hammond's Victorian thinking and writing comes through, he assembled numerous family stories, connections, and lineage fairly accurately based upon the information available to him in 4/5(1).
Hamilton family, Hammond family (William Hammond, ), genealogy Publisher Oneida, N.Y.: Ryan & Burkhart, Printers Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English Volume 1, pt Listed below are some books on Pike County records and history plus family histories.
by Nicholas Russell Murray, Hunting For Bears, Inc., Hammond, Louisiana. Military Records. Military History of MississippiDunbar Rowland, The Reprint Company Publishers, "The Van Norman Family, Some Descendants of Joseph Van. Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel Heald, Mary Heald Schreck, privately printed, n.d.
The Ancestry of Harry Williams Hazard III, Harry W. Hazard III, Rochester: Mary Hazard, The Ancestors of Charles Clement Heacock, Roger Heacock, privately printed, Heald Family Book, Mildred Hodge, privately printed, Joseph Wheeler Hammond 29 Jun Phillips, Franklin, Maine, United States managed by Roy Lamberton Jay Sterner Hammond 21 Jul Troy, Rensselaer, New York, United States - 02 Aug managed by Charlie Riddle.
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state and county. Our national site provides links to state sites, which, in turn, provide gateways to the counties. In the "Book of the Strattons" this descent is given on the authority of an eminent genealogist; but the only evidence cited is the fact that Thomas Stratton had a son Joseph, and that a daughter of John Stratton, of New England (who was certainly a grandson of Thomas Stratton), sued Joseph Stratton, of Virginia, for money due her father and.
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The conclusion of the genealogy proper is also unusual: having traced the ancestry of Joseph, Matthew identifies him not as the father of Jesus, but as the husband of Mary.
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Randolph geneology from AD to By John Dudley Octo at The following is a genealogy for the Randolphs from AD to It includes branches for the Johnsons, Millers, Wrights, Johnsons, Fitzgeralds, Stranges, Gambills, Claytons, and many more.
It was researched and created by Clarence A. Randolph of Kansas City.fullyand extensively as the male branches. The descendants of a female ancestor, who lose the patronymic name by her marriage, are considered worthy of the same attention, as the descendants of a male ancestor who retain the patronymic.
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