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The Hammond Family

7/29/2009 - We just got found out that what we had before was in error, it was tough but I accepted the mistake and hopefully we have it right this time. I have confirmed the Hammonds to John Simeon only, I am going by other peoples work beyond John. BTW: Curtis' birth certificate names his father as John Sim Hammond.


Info:

Curtis Eugene Hammond: Curtis was 9 years old when mother died, he quit school in the second grade to work on the farm. Curtis then joined the army where he met and fell in love with Barbara which lived near the army base. They then moved back to GA. Two children were born in GA, sometime after that they moved back to MO.
* The Picture to the right is of Curtis Eugene Hammond and Barbara Lea Skinner

 

 

 

John Simeon Hammond: Until we find his birth certificate, it will be hard to determine exactly who the father is of John Sim. We have found documentation that shows Sion dying during the civil war in Richmond Virginia in 1963, 5 years before John Sim is born. John was married three times, two died at an early age, and one divorce. The first wife Mary J Pool died of Typhoid Fever. The next wife Sarah Bradshaw had 6 children she brought into the marriage but it only lasted about 5 years before divorce. Then he married Leona Barton, they had four children in GA. When the youngest (Mae) was only 5 years old, Leona died of tuberculosis or cancer. Curtis worked on a farm, Willie (Sis) & Lucille went to school, and Mae lived with "Miss Essie Fussell" (a family friend) until she was old enough to go to school with her sisters. The school was called Vashti Industrial School, part of the Methodist Church. Sis and Lucille stayed in GA, Mae went to TX. The plan was for Sis to go to school while Curtis helped at home. When Sis was finished Curtis was going to go to school. This never happened and Curtis never finish school, yet he was very talented in anything he did. Then Curtis went into the military and ended up living in Missouri. He made these cool cars out of scrap materials. He carved a statue out of a piece of the porch.

Norfleet F Hammond

Norfleet is the son of John Hammond of Robeson, NC and the father of Sion Hammond of Sumter, GA. It is told that they were part of the Lumbee Indian tribe. I am trying to get confirmation now. Norfleet moved away from North Carolina in 1835 and settled in Sumter County Georgia that same year. Norfleet was one of the youngest of 11 siblings. He had 6 children of his own with Dorcas Israel. They married in Robeson, NC. I am not sure if her family is from the same tribe yet. There is a DNA project for the Lumbee Tribe.

 

Census Chart
Because of logistics, I will only put direct relatives in this chart, maybe later I will add more and more census info. You will need to be able to read PDF formats so if you can't do that, download the program for free using the button provided at the bottom of the chart.
This side of the family starts with a Rita Marie Hammond (Mom)

Name Year Year Year Year Year Year Year
Hammond, Curtis E - Barbara Skinner
B:1918 in GA D:2001 in MO
1920
Colquitt
GA - 1
1930
BenHill
GA - 12
1940 1950 1960 1970 1980
Hammond, John Sim - Leona Barton
B:1869 GA D: 1956 GA
1870
Worth
GA - 2
1880
Worth
GA - 12
1900
Dooly
GA - 31
1910
Colquitt
GA - 39
1920
Colquitt
GA - 51
1930
BenHill
GA - 59
1940
Hammond, Sion F - Jane McSwain
B:1838 in GA D:1870 in GA
1840
Sumter
GA - 2
1850
Sumter
GA - 12
1860 1870
Worth
GA - Jane
- - -
Hammond, Norfleet - Dorcas Israel
B:1805 in NC D:1881
1820 1830 1840
Sumter
GA - 36
1850
Sumter
GA - 44
1860
Sumter
GA - 55
1870
Sumter
GA - 66
1880
Sumter
GA - 76
Hammond, John B - Christian Norfleet
B: 1750 NC D: 1811
- - - - 1790 1800 1810

Documents:

The Lumbee People - John Hammond was a Lumbee Indian

The 40,000+ members of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina reside primarily in Robeson, Hoke, Cumberland and Scotland counties. The Lumbee Tribe is the largest tribe in North Carolina, the largest tribe east of the Mississippi River and the ninth largest in the nation. The Lumbee take their name from the Lumbee River which winds its way through Robeson County. Pembroke, North Carolina is the economic, cultural and political center of the tribe.

The ancestors of the Lumbee were mainly Cheraw and related Siouan-speaking Indians who have lived in the area of what is now Robeson County since the 1700s. The Lumbee people have been recognized by the state of North Carolina since 1885, and at the same time established a separate school system that would benefit tribal members. In 1887, the state established the Croatan Normal Indian School, which is today The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. In 1956 a bill was passed by the United States Congress which recognized the Lumbee as Indian, but denied the tribe full status as a federally recognized Indian tribe. Federal recognition for the tribe is currently being sought through federal legislation.

John Simeon Hammonds funeral receipt

   Hammond Family Pictures 

Hammond Online Cemetery

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Descendants of John Hammond

Generation No. 1

1. JOHN B1 HAMMOND was born 1750 in NC, and died 1811. He married CHRISTIAN NORFLEET.

Children of JOHN HAMMOND and CHRISTIAN NORFLEET are:

2. i. NORFLEET2 HAMMOND, b. 07 Sep 1805, Lumberton, Robeson, NC; d. 24 Nov 1881, Sumter, GA.

ii. ELIAS HAMMOND, b. Robeson, NC.

iii. HELEN HAMMOND, b. Robeson, NC.

iv. STRADFORD HAMMOND, b. Robeson, NC.

 

Generation No. 2

2. NORFLEET2 HAMMOND (JOHN B1) was born 07 Sep 1805 in Lumberton, Robeson, NC, and died 24 Nov 1881 in Sumter, GA. He married DORCAS ISRAEL 1826 in Robeson, NC, daughter of LEMUEL ISRAEL and EDITH TAYLOR. She was born Abt. 1809 in Robeson, NC, and died Bef. 1855 in Sumter, GA.

Children of NORFLEET HAMMOND and DORCAS ISRAEL are:

i. WILLIE W3 HAMMOND, b. 27 Sep 1828, Robeson, NC; d. 19 Jul 1898, Terrell, GA.

ii. ELIAS STRATFORD HAMMOND, b. 24 Jul 1831, Robeson, NC; d. 04 Apr 1857, Moultrie, Colquitt, GA.

iii. EXPERIENCE L HAMMOND, b. 1835, Robeson, NC; d. 16 Sep 1916.

iv. NEWIT M HAMMOND, b. 12 Feb 1835, Sumter, GA; d. 11 Feb 1921, Henry, GA.

3. v. SION F HAMMOND, b. 1838, Sumter, GA; d. 28 Jul 1870, Sumter, GA.

vi. GEORGE WASHINGTON HAMMOND, b. 1842, Sumter, GA; d. Feb 1870, Sumter, GA.

 

Generation No. 3

3. SION F3 HAMMOND (NORFLEET2, JOHN B1) was born 1838 in Sumter, GA, and died 28 Jul 1870 in Sumter, GA. He married JANE D MCSWAIN 10 Apr 1859. She was born Sep 1844 in Georgia.

Children of SION HAMMOND and JANE MCSWAIN are:

i. EDA4 HAMMOND, b. 1859.

4. ii. JOHN SIMEON HAMMOND, b. Jan 1869, Georgia.

 

Generation No. 4

4. JOHN SIMEON4 HAMMOND (SION F3, NORFLEET2, JOHN B1)1 was born Jan 1869 in Georgia. He married (1) CALDONIA ELIZABETH BOWERS Bef. 1890. He married (2) LEONA BARTON Abt. 1916, daughter of AUGUSTUS BARTON and ELIZA BUTLER. She was born Feb 1892 in GA, and died 1928 in GA.

Notes for LEONA BARTON:

She passed away when Curtis was about 9 with Cancer.

Child of JOHN HAMMOND and CALDONIA BOWERS is:

5. i. SALLIE5 HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1890, GA.

Children of JOHN HAMMOND and LEONA BARTON are:

6. ii. WILLIE LEE5 HAMMOND, b. 1917.

7. iii. CURTIS EUGENE HAMMOND, b. 20 Sep 1918, Albany, DC, GA; d. 10 Dec 2001, Excelsior Springs, MO.

iv. LUCILLE HAMMOND, b. 31 Oct 1921; m. (1) JOHN TERRELL; m. (2) CLIVE MOON.

Notes for LUCILLE HAMMOND:

stayed in GA whole life.

v. MAE HAMMOND, b. 17 Jan 1923; m. MANAD HIGGS.

 

Generation No. 5

5. SALLIE5 HAMMOND (JOHN SIMEON4, SION F3, NORFLEET2, JOHN B1) was born Abt. 1890 in GA. She married DAN HEATH. He was born Abt. 1871 in GA.

Children of SALLIE HAMMOND and DAN HEATH are:

i. JUNE6 HEATH, b. Abt. 1925.

ii. HOWARD SIM HEATH, b. Abt. 1928.

 

6. WILLIE LEE5 HAMMOND (JOHN SIMEON4, SION F3, NORFLEET2, JOHN B1) was born 1917. She married JEFF BURDETTE.

Notes for WILLIE LEE HAMMOND:

She hated her name, she went by sis.

Stayed in GA whole life

Child of WILLIE HAMMOND and JEFF BURDETTE is:

i. LEE6 BURDETTE. Living

 

7. CURTIS EUGENE5 HAMMOND (JOHN SIMEON4, SION F3, NORFLEET2, JOHN B1) was born 20 Sep 1918 in Albany, DC, GA, and died 10 Dec 2001 in Excelsior Springs, MO. He married BARBARA LEA SKINNER 1945, daughter of CLYDE SKINNER and MARIE GAMMONS. She was born 28 Jan 1929 in St. Louis, SLC, MO.

Notes for CURTIS EUGENE HAMMOND:

Curtis was 9 years old when mother died, he quit school in the second grade to work on the farm. Curtis then joined the army where he met and fell in love with Barbara which lived near the army base. They then moved back to GA. Rickland and Rita were born in GA, sometime after that they moved back to MO.

More About CURTIS EUGENE HAMMOND:

Burial: 14 Dec 2001, Hillcrest Cemetery, Excelsior Springs, MO

Children of CURTIS HAMMOND and BARBARA SKINNER are:

8. i. RICKLAND EUGENE6 HAMMOND, Living

9. ii. RITA MARIE HAMMOND, Living

10. iii. RICHARD LEE HAMMOND, Living

11. iv. RONALD DEAN HAMMOND, Living

12. v. RANDALL CURTIS HAMMOND, b. 1959; d. 27 Jan 2007, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO.

 

Endnotes

1. info, John Henry Leslie Hammond Spouse: Caldonia Elizabeth Bowers Parents: James Luther Thomas Hammond , Sallie Ann Brown Birth Place: Elbert, Elberton, Georgia Birth Date: 2 Sep 1869 Marriage Place: Elberton, Elbert, Georgia Marriage Date: 15 Dec 1891 Death Place: Dewey Rose, Elbert, Georgia Death Date: 27 Mar 1937 .

 

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