|Thomas HAMILTON (private).|
Hannah HAMLETT (private).
Jesse H. HAMLETT was born in 1900 in ,Charlotte, VA.
Spouse: Ethel L. MARSTIN. Ethel L. MARSTIN and Jesse H. HAMLETT were married on 7 September 1918 in ,Prince Edward, VA. VA Marriages, 1785-1940, familysearch.org, FHL film #33256, line 69 p157, abstraction, groom: Jesse H. Hamlett, bd 1900, bp Charlotte co VA, age 18, bride: Ethel L. Marston, bd 1899, bp Prince Edward co VA, dom 7 Sep 1918, pom Prince Edward co VA, groom's father, J. E. Hamlett, mother: Jenning, bride's father: A. V. Marston, mother: Claudia, both white and single
Obedience HAMLETT was born in 1792. She died in 1835 at the age of 43.
Spouse: James M. FAULKNER. Obedience HAMLETT and James M. FAULKNER were married on 11 July 1816 in ,Halifax, VA. They were married on 11 July 1816 in , Halifax, VA. Children were: Dr. Leander FAULKNER.
Charles Raymond HAMLIN was born on 2 March 1898. He died on 5 October 1980 at the age of 82. He was buried on 7 October 1980 at Murray Memorial Cemetery in Murray, Calloway, KY. Parents: Richard A. HAMLIN and Ella MCCUISTON.
Spouse: Mary Etta STUBBLEFIELD. Mary Etta STUBBLEFIELD and Charles Raymond HAMLIN were married on 16 October 1918.
Jerry HAMLIN (private).
Spouse: Janis SPENCER.
Richard A. HAMLIN (private).
Roberta HAMLIN was born about 1867 in KY.
Vickie HAMM (private).
Elizabeth HAMMACK (private).
Morgan Brown HAMMACK was born on 13 March 1804 in Eddyville, Lyon, KY. Tombstone He died on 26 October 1865 at the age of 61 in ,Union,KY. Tombstone He was buried on 27 October 1865 at Old Bordley Cemetery in ,Union, KY. findagrave.com biographical sketch, History of Union County, Kentucky: A Complete Account of the Settlement, Organization and Government of the county, Courier Company Printers, Evansville, Ind. 1886, p. 728
MORGAN BROWN HAMMACK (DECEASED) was the son of Wm. and Nancy (Brown) Hammac. His parents were both from Georgia, and died in Salem Precinct of this county. Our suject was born in Eddyville, Ky., in 1804, and received a good common school education from some sources, because he was a man of good average training and very intelligent. He came to Union when he was quite young.
In 1823 he married Margaret Bishop, the daughter of Benjamin and Sallie (Hill) Bishop. she and her parents were born in Maryland, they removing to Union County in 111, when she was only four years of age. her father died about 1825, and her mother about 1856. This worth couple immediately began house-keeping. they were young, being only twenty and sixteen years old; but they were earnest and healthy and strong. The original farm that they settled consisted of one hundred acres; and this, with two slaves, one nine and the other twelve years of age, comprised their principal possessions. The land steadily increased, until there were 1,100 acres, and the emancipation law deprived them of eleven slaves. The house they first built is now occupied by their son-in-law, Stephen Sullivan.
Their children are as follows: Sarah married Edward Willis, a famrer of Webster County, and has six children; Nancy married Stephen Sullivan, a farmer of Union County, and has six children; Thomas, a farmer of Union County, married Lizzie Montgomery, and has ten children; William, a farmer of Union County, married Mollie Pride, and has six children; Daniel, a farmer of Union County, married Alice Davis, and has five children. All these people are among the quietest, soberest and most highly respected citizens of their communities.
During the war Mr. Hammack was arrested and taken to Caseyville, where he was made to give bond for good behavior, by the Federal authorities. In policitics he was a Democrat. he was a member of the Baptist Church for thirty years and an ornament to his profession. Mr. Hammack died in Union County in 1870. His widow, a lady of sprightly intelligence, survives him, living among her children who occupy lands her husband and she acquired.
Parents: William HAMMACK and Nancy BROWN.
Nancy Brown HAMMACK was born on 1 November 1827 in KY. KY death certificate #1923-22437, She died on 17 April 1923 at the age of 95 in Sturgis, Union, KY. KY death certificate #1923-22437, Nancy Brown Sullivant, Sturgis, Union, KY, female, white, widowed, dod 17 Apr 1923, cause: Senility, dob 1 Nov 1827, 95y 6m 17d, occ: none, bp KY, father: Morgan B. Hammock, bp KY, mother: Margret Bishop, bp KY, Informant: H. S. Sullivant, Sturgis, KY, Burial: 18 Apr 1923, Boardly Cemetery She was buried on 18 April 1923 in Boardley Cemetery. Parents: Morgan Brown HAMMACK and Margaret BISHOP.
Spouse: Stephen C. SULLIVANT. Nancy Brown HAMMACK and Stephen C. SULLIVANT were married on 5 January 1845 in ,Union, KY. Stephen and Nancy were 1st cousins, his father and her mother were brother and sister. Children were: Margaret Francis SULLIVANT.
Ruth HAMMACK was born in 1793 in ,Wilkes, GA. She died on 6 March 1877 at the age of 84 in Bordley, Union, KY. Parents: William HAMMACK and Nancy BROWN.
William HAMMACK was born on 15 June 1760 in ,Amelia, VA. He died on 3 January 1849 at the age of 88 in ,Union, KY. data on William, his wife, Nancy and some of their descendants from Coppedge Family Tree, ancestry.com, owner: alllaura_1
Ai HAMMER was born on 26 August 1841 in , Hamilton, IN. He died on 14 November 1915 at the age of 74 in , Whitman, WA. He was buried in Colfax Cemetery, Whitman, WA. History of Whitman Countyu, Washington, 1901, P. 419 AI HAMMER In Polk county, Oregon, on Jul 19, 1968, Mr. Hammer married Olive R., daughter of Norman and Maria (Fudge) Scott, old and respected pioneers of the state of Oregon. We may mention incidentally that Mr. Scott was a cousin of Jennie Dunneway (sic), noted elocutionist. Mr. and Mrs. Hammer became the parents of eight children, namely : David; Charles, now a resident of Cheney; Viola May, widow of W. A. Liddle; Alva A. now a student at the Washington Agricultural College; and Roy E., living; also, Oscar, Albert A. and Ira, deceased. Parents: Jacob HAMMER and Hannah COX.
Spouse: Olive R. SCOTT. Olive R. SCOTT and Ai HAMMER were married on 19 July 1868 in , Polk, OR. Children were: David HAMMER, Charles HAMMER, Thomas Ira HAMMER, Viola May HAMMER, Alva A. HAMMER, Roy E. HAMMER, Oscar HAMMER, Albert A. HAMMER.
Albert A. HAMMER was born before 1900. He died before 1901 at the age of 1. Parents: Ai HAMMER and Olive R. SCOTT.
Alva A. HAMMER was born in March 1881 in , Whitman, WA. Parents: Ai HAMMER and Olive R. SCOTT.
Charles HAMMER was born in 1870 in , Polk, OR. He died in 1930 at the age of 60 in WA. Parents: Ai HAMMER and Olive R. SCOTT.
David HAMMER was born about 1868 in OR. Parents: Ai HAMMER and Olive R. SCOTT.
Jacob HAMMER (private).
Matthew HAMMER (private). Parents: Robert HAMMER and Judith Turner GIBSON.
Oscar HAMMER was born before 1900. He died bef 1900 census. Parents: Ai HAMMER and Olive R. SCOTT.
Robert HAMMER (private).
Roy E. HAMMER was born on 4 February 1889 in , Whitman, WA. He died in December 1970 at the age of 81 in WA. Parents: Ai HAMMER and Olive R. SCOTT.
Stephen HAMMER (private). Parents: Robert HAMMER and Judith Turner GIBSON.
Thomas Ira HAMMER was born about 1874 in , Polk, OR. He died bef 1900 census. Parents: Ai HAMMER and Olive R. SCOTT.
Viola May HAMMER was born in July 1879 in Washigton Territory. Parents: Ai HAMMER and Olive R. SCOTT.
Spouse: W. A. LIDDLE. Viola May HAMMER and W. A. LIDDLE were married.
Armfield Henderson HAMMOND was born on 21 June 1916. Tombstone He died on 29 April 1993 at the age of 76 in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. He was buried on 1 May 1993 at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. Cave Hill cemetery records
Elizabeth HAMMOND (private). Parents: Joseph HAMMOND and Mary Frances JEWELL.
James "Jim" HAMMOND died unknown.
Spouse: Mary Lou STEELE. Mary Lou STEELE and James "Jim" HAMMOND were married.
John HAMMOND (private).
Joseph HAMMOND (private).
Naniene A. HAMMOND (private). Parents: Armfield Henderson HAMMOND and Elizabeth Jane "Betty" KREMER.
Prudence HAMMOND was born about 1747 in VA. He/she died after 7 August 1820 at the age of 73 in , Cumberland, KY. Prudence was still living at the time of the 1820 census for Cumberland co KY 1820 census, Cumberland, KY, p138, M33_19, enumberation date 7 Aug 1810
Prudence Chamberlain, F: 1 45+, 2 slaves Parents: John HAMMOND and Elizabeth DAVIS.
Cyndi HAMMONS (private).
Spouse: George NEILL.
Amanda HAMPKE died unknown.
Spouse: Edward R. CHAMBERS. Amanda HAMPKE and Edward R. CHAMBERS were married on 1 January 1905 in ,Knox, IN. WPA index, ancestry.com, MB C-16, p 587
Frank Floyd HAMPSON was born on 23 November 1891 in Rushville, Sheridan, NE. WW1 draft registration, Frank Floyd Hampson, 25, Ideal, So. Dak, dob November 23, 1891, natural born, bp Rushville, NE USA, Farmer, Emp: King Precinct, Tripp Co, dependent-wife, claim exemption-married & farmer, Signature: Frank F. Hampson, medium height, medium build, light brown eyes, dark brown hair, 5 Jun 1917, Tripp co SD Board He died in March 1966 at the age of 74 in Winner, Tripp, SD. Tombstone He was buried in March 1966 at Winner Cemetery in Winner, Tripp, SD. findagrave.com 1930 census, Ideal, Tripp, SD, p3A Ed14, Roll 2231
48/49 Frank Hampson, Head, R, R, yes, M, W, 38, M, 25, no yes, NE PA PA, yes, Farmer, Gen. Farm, O, yes, no
Bertha Hampson, wife, F, W, 32, M, 19, no yes, NE IL NE, yes none
Mary J. Hampson, dau, F, W, 16, S, yes yes, SD NE NE, yes, none
Lilly Hampson, dau, F, W, 9, S, yes, SD NE NE, none
Kathleen Hampson, dau, F, W, 7, S, yes, SD, NE NE, none
Matilda Hampson, dau, F, W, 5, S, no, SD NE NE, none
Robert Hampson, son, M, W, 3/12, S. no, SD NE NE, none
Spouse: Bertha Matilda SCHWITTERS. Bertha Matilda SCHWITTERS and Frank Floyd HAMPSON were married on 18 October 1916 in Ideal, Tripp, SD. SD marriages, 1905-1949, ancestry.com married by Peter Edwards, Presbyterian Minister
Bettie R. HAMPTON (private). Parents: Claude Clarence HAMPTON and Olive Inez SKINNER.
Charles Edgar HAMPTON was born on 25 March 1938 in ,McClain, OK. He died on 5 March 2007 at the age of 68 in Nashville, Davidson, TN. SSDI-issued CA, last residence: 37209 Nashville, Davidson, TN Parents: Rev. Ralph Clayton HAMPTON Sr. and Ida Lucile JACKSON.
Claude Clarence HAMPTON was born on 25 April 1893 in Galena, Jasper, MO. He died on 3 July 1939 at the age of 46 in ,Potter, TX.
Claude Clarence HAMPTON Jr. (private). Parents: Claude Clarence HAMPTON and Olive Inez SKINNER.
Elizabeth HAMPTON was born about 1846. She died on 17 February 1923 at the age of 77 in Burns, Harney, OR. She was buried on 22 February 1923 at Burns, Cemetery in Burns, Harney, OR. Parents: John HAMPTON and Elizabeth FICKLE.
Spouse: Milton Scott RIGGS. Elizabeth HAMPTON and Milton Scott RIGGS were married in 1851 in OR. Children were: Elizabeth A. RIGGS, Mary L. RIGGS, Katherine "Kate" RIGGS, Georgia RIGGS, Matthew "Matt" RIGGS, Frank Milton RIGGS, Madison RIGGS, Charles RIGGS, Grace RIGGS, Harry RIGGS, Olive M. RIGGS, Clara RIGGS.
Eva HAMPTON (private). Parents: Claude Clarence HAMPTON and Olive Inez SKINNER.
Helen L. HAMPTON (private). Parents: Claude Clarence HAMPTON and Olive Inez SKINNER.
James Auverne "Jimmy/Butch" HAMPTON was born on 28 April 1941 in Dibble, McClain, OK. He died on 27 February 1986 at the age of 44 in Shawnee, Pottawatomie, OK. He was buried on 1 March 1986 at Resthaven Memorial Park in Shawnee, Pottawatomie, OK. Parents: Rev. Ralph Clayton HAMPTON Sr. and Ida Lucile JACKSON.
James M. HAMPTON was born unknown. He died unknown.
Spouse: Mary RYBURN. Mary RYBURN and James M. HAMPTON were married on 21 December 1854 in , Williamson, IL. Williamson co IL MB B/52, IL statewide on line marriage index
John HAMPTON (private).
Julia Berphal HAMPTON died on 15 August 1866 in Abilene, Taylor, TX. She was born on 20 February 1886.
Rev. Larry Don HAMPTON (private). Parents: Rev. Ralph Clayton HAMPTON Sr. and Ida Lucile JACKSON.
Myrtle HAMPTON (private).
Spouse: Ennard Gordon "Jeff" DOGGETT.