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  1. Anne /Hammond/: Birth: 1697 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Death: 16 Oct 1708 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland

  2. Thomas John /Hammond/: Birth: Jan 1697 in St. Margaret's Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Death: 1767 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland

  3. Comfort /Hammond/: Birth: 15 Aug 1701 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

  4. Rachel /Hammond/: Birth: 2 Sep 1708 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

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a. Note:   , Maryland by Harry Wright Newman, vol. One, Family Line Publications, Hammond Family
2. 2. From: Donna Gardiner <donnalor@erols.com> COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE Southern States of America HAMMOND FAMILY page 254 MAJOR GENERAL JOHN HAMMOND, son of John of Anne Arundel Co., Md., b. 1643, on the Isle of Wight; d. 1707, in Maryland; was the first of the name to remain in Maryland. He was one of the most distinguished of all the early Colonial officials, filling the important post of Judge of the Vice Admiralty, in addition to his high military office of Major General of the Western Shore, member of the House of Burgesses, Justice of the Provincial Court and member of his Majesty's Council, 1698-1707. He was bruied on Nov. 29, 1707, in St. Anne's Church Yard, Annapolis, Md., where his tomb is yet to be seen, also the Hammond Bible. He was a member of St. Anne's Episcopal Church, and a Vestryman. In 1695 he gave deed for Church site upon Severn Heights; and the Hammond Bible was purchased by the Vestry, in 1707, from the legacy of 10 pounds, left to the Church, for that purpose. He m. Mary Howard, dau. of Matthew Howard. Issue: and this Greenbury, Nicholas,A. A. Co.,5th Nov., 1697; 5th Mch., 1697. To wife Ann, life interest in plantation and 1/3 of personalty. To son Charles and hrs., sd. plantation at death of wife; also "White Hall." In event of death of sd. son Charles without hrs., home plantation to descend to 3 daus., viz., Catherine, Ann and Eliza:, and their hrs. To 4 child. afsd., residue of personalty. Dau. Ann's portion of estate is to be held by exs. for her until the death of her husband, John Hammond; at her decease sd. estate to pass to her child. (unnamed). Exs.: Wife Ann and son Charies afsd. Test: Robt. Handcock, Jno. Rigbie, Francis Brinninn. 7. 314. MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 2 VOLUME II. And this Greenberry, Charles,A. A. Co.,7th Feb., 1710; 8th Dec., 1713. To sisters Anne, wife of John Hammond, and Eliza:, wife of Bobert Gouldesborough, personalty. To cousins Henry Ridgley, Nicholas Ridgley, Anne Ridgley, Eliza: Ridgley and Katharine Howard and to John Eager, personalty. To wife Rachel, extx., residue of estate, real and personal, during life; at her decease all real estate, including plantation "Whitehall" and land belonging thereto is devised to the vestry of Westminster Parish, for maintenance of minister. Test: Robert Boone, Thos. Bordley, Robert Huett. 13. 542. MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 3 VOLUME III. Sue's information:
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Note:   1. Anne Arundel Gentry, A Genealogical History of Some Early Families of Anne Arundel County


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