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Hammond family of Maryland : with Indiana descendants

research and assembling of records done by Immogene (Hannan) Brown
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English
[Indiana] : I.H. Brown, 1976
264 leaves : ill., facsims.

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Major General John Hammond (1643-1707) was the son of Thomas Hammond of Isle of Wight, England. He immigrated to America. He was the father of three sons: John, William and Charles by his first wife. He married (2) Mary Roper, widow of Thomas Roper. He owned land in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Later, descendants were settled in Marion and Clark Counties, Indiana. One of whom was Rezin Hammond. Rezin (1788-1871), who was born in Frederick County, Maryland, married Nancy Ann T. McWilliams in Rockingham County, Virginia in 1811. She was the daughter of Samuel McWilliams and Edith Harrison of Virginia. Several generations of descendants are given.

Includes Richmond, Howard, Dorsey, Ridgely, Shelby, McWilliams and other related families.

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