Transcript. Hammers in Chalkley's Chronicles

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Last FirstPageYearExtractWerelateNote
Hamm Valentine 1:240
Hamm Valentine 3:547
Hammer Christine 2:129
Hammer Hamner Elizabeth 2:1821802 Daggy heirs vs. Peebles--O. S. 232; N. S. 82--Bill, 1802. Orator, Jacob

Daggy. In 1778 Edward Hynds died testate in Augusta, devising land to eldest (daughter Elizabeth. Daughter Jenny. Wife was enclint, child born a boy, named Edward. James Peebles married Edward's widow. Elizabeth married James McCoy. Jacob's heirs are, viz: George Hammer and Elizabeth; Anna, wife of Andrew Lockridge; Jacob, Susan, John, William, Rachel and Henry Daggy, children, all infants except the married ones. Land in Pendleton.

2:2341813Johnston vs. Hamner's administrator--O. S. 317; N. S. 113--Record from

Albemarle County Court. Bill, 1816. Jeremiah Hamner died, leaving representatives and distributees, viz: John, Polly, Rebecca, Martha, William and Jeremiah Moore (last 2 infants), children of Elizabeth Moore, formerly Elizabeth Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Wm. Watson and Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Barksdale; William Douglass and Polly, his wife, formerly Polly Barksdale, who were only children and representatives of Polly Barksdale, formerly Polly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Sally Wills, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Smithson and wife Martha, formerly Martha Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; William Garland and Nancy, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Robinson, who married Lucy Hamner (now deceased), daughter of Jeremiah. Assignment, 7th June, 1813, by Jeremiah Hamner, of a legacy left by his (Jeremiah's) grandfather, Leonard Henley, of James City County to Abraham Johnston, to collect. Affidavit, 3d June, 1813, of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, sister of Jeremiah Hamner and daughter of Elizabeth Hamner, who was daughter of Leonard Henly, Sr., says Jeremiah is oldest male child of his mother. Henly Hamner, brother of Jeremiah, deposes, 8th June, 1813, to same effect. Hezekiah Henly, 12th June, 1813, assigns the legacy due him from his grandfather's estate. Deed, 30th March, 1825, by Edward Gaines to Abraham Johnston, in Simpson County, Ky. Edward married Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Jeremiah Hamner.

Hammer George 1:97
Hammer 2:1821802 Daggy heirs vs. Peebles--O. S. 232; N. S. 82--Bill, 1802. Orator, Jacob

Daggy. In 1778 Edward Hynds died testate in Augusta, devising land to eldest (daughter Elizabeth. Daughter Jenny. Wife was enclint, child born a boy, named Edward. James Peebles married Edward's widow. Elizabeth married James McCoy. Jacob's heirs are, viz: George Hammer and Elizabeth; Anna, wife of Andrew Lockridge; Jacob, Susan, John, William, Rachel and Henry Daggy, children, all infants except the married ones. Land in Pendleton.

2:233
2:449
Hammer 3:89]
3:94
3:100
3:114
3:119
3:129
3:141
3:374
3:573
Hammer Henry 3:483
Hammer Jacob 2:457
Hammer (Hamer) Jacob 3:149
3:481
3:483
Hammer Jeremiah 2:2341813Johnston vs. Hamner's administrator--O. S. 317; N. S. 113--Record from

Albemarle County Court. Bill, 1816. Jeremiah Hamner died, leaving representatives and distributees, viz: John, Polly, Rebecca, Martha, William and Jeremiah Moore (last 2 infants), children of Elizabeth Moore, formerly Elizabeth Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Wm. Watson and Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Barksdale; William Douglass and Polly, his wife, formerly Polly Barksdale, who were only children and representatives of Polly Barksdale, formerly Polly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Sally Wills, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Smithson and wife Martha, formerly Martha Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; William Garland and Nancy, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Robinson, who married Lucy Hamner (now deceased), daughter of Jeremiah. Assignment, 7th June, 1813, by Jeremiah Hamner, of a legacy left by his (Jeremiah's) grandfather, Leonard Henley, of James City County to Abraham Johnston, to collect. Affidavit, 3d June, 1813, of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, sister of Jeremiah Hamner and daughter of Elizabeth Hamner, who was daughter of Leonard Henly, Sr., says Jeremiah is oldest male child of his mother. Henly Hamner, brother of Jeremiah, deposes, 8th June, 1813, to same effect. Hezekiah Henly, 12th June, 1813, assigns the legacy due him from his grandfather's estate. Deed, 30th March, 1825, by Edward Gaines to Abraham Johnston, in Simpson County, Ky. Edward married Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Jeremiah Hamner.

Hammer John 2:129
Hammer Nicholas 1:103
Hammer Susanna 2:233
Hamner Henly 2:2341813Johnston vs. Hamner's administrator--O. S. 317; N. S. 113--Record from

Albemarle County Court. Bill, 1816. Jeremiah Hamner died, leaving representatives and distributees, viz: John, Polly, Rebecca, Martha, William and Jeremiah Moore (last 2 infants), children of Elizabeth Moore, formerly Elizabeth Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Wm. Watson and Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Barksdale; William Douglass and Polly, his wife, formerly Polly Barksdale, who were only children and representatives of Polly Barksdale, formerly Polly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Sally Wills, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Smithson and wife Martha, formerly Martha Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; William Garland and Nancy, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Robinson, who married Lucy Hamner (now deceased), daughter of Jeremiah. Assignment, 7th June, 1813, by Jeremiah Hamner, of a legacy left by his (Jeremiah's) grandfather, Leonard Henley, of James City County to Abraham Johnston, to collect. Affidavit, 3d June, 1813, of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, sister of Jeremiah Hamner and daughter of Elizabeth Hamner, who was daughter of Leonard Henly, Sr., says Jeremiah is oldest male child of his mother. Henly Hamner, brother of Jeremiah, deposes, 8th June, 1813, to same effect. Hezekiah Henly, 12th June, 1813, assigns the legacy due him from his grandfather's estate. Deed, 30th March, 1825, by Edward Gaines to Abraham Johnston, in Simpson County, Ky. Edward married Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Jeremiah Hamner.

Hamner Lucy 2:2341813Johnston vs. Hamner's administrator--O. S. 317; N. S. 113--Record from

Albemarle County Court. Bill, 1816. Jeremiah Hamner died, leaving representatives and distributees, viz: John, Polly, Rebecca, Martha, William and Jeremiah Moore (last 2 infants), children of Elizabeth Moore, formerly Elizabeth Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Wm. Watson and Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Barksdale; William Douglass and Polly, his wife, formerly Polly Barksdale, who were only children and representatives of Polly Barksdale, formerly Polly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Sally Wills, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Smithson and wife Martha, formerly Martha Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; William Garland and Nancy, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Robinson, who married Lucy Hamner (now deceased), daughter of Jeremiah. Assignment, 7th June, 1813, by Jeremiah Hamner, of a legacy left by his (Jeremiah's) grandfather, Leonard Henley, of James City County to Abraham Johnston, to collect. Affidavit, 3d June, 1813, of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, sister of Jeremiah Hamner and daughter of Elizabeth Hamner, who was daughter of Leonard Henly, Sr., says Jeremiah is oldest male child of his mother. Henly Hamner, brother of Jeremiah, deposes, 8th June, 1813, to same effect. Hezekiah Henly, 12th June, 1813, assigns the legacy due him from his grandfather's estate. Deed, 30th March, 1825, by Edward Gaines to Abraham Johnston, in Simpson County, Ky. Edward married Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Jeremiah Hamner.

Hamner Martha 2:2341813Johnston vs. Hamner's administrator--O. S. 317; N. S. 113--Record from

Albemarle County Court. Bill, 1816. Jeremiah Hamner died, leaving representatives and distributees, viz: John, Polly, Rebecca, Martha, William and Jeremiah Moore (last 2 infants), children of Elizabeth Moore, formerly Elizabeth Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Wm. Watson and Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Barksdale; William Douglass and Polly, his wife, formerly Polly Barksdale, who were only children and representatives of Polly Barksdale, formerly Polly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Sally Wills, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Smithson and wife Martha, formerly Martha Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; William Garland and Nancy, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Robinson, who married Lucy Hamner (now deceased), daughter of Jeremiah. Assignment, 7th June, 1813, by Jeremiah Hamner, of a legacy left by his (Jeremiah's) grandfather, Leonard Henley, of James City County to Abraham Johnston, to collect. Affidavit, 3d June, 1813, of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, sister of Jeremiah Hamner and daughter of Elizabeth Hamner, who was daughter of Leonard Henly, Sr., says Jeremiah is oldest male child of his mother. Henly Hamner, brother of Jeremiah, deposes, 8th June, 1813, to same effect. Hezekiah Henly, 12th June, 1813, assigns the legacy due him from his grandfather's estate. Deed, 30th March, 1825, by Edward Gaines to Abraham Johnston, in Simpson County, Ky. Edward married Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Jeremiah Hamner.

Hamner Nancy 2:2341813Johnston vs. Hamner's administrator--O. S. 317; N. S. 113--Record from

Albemarle County Court. Bill, 1816. Jeremiah Hamner died, leaving representatives and distributees, viz: John, Polly, Rebecca, Martha, William and Jeremiah Moore (last 2 infants), children of Elizabeth Moore, formerly Elizabeth Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Wm. Watson and Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Barksdale; William Douglass and Polly, his wife, formerly Polly Barksdale, who were only children and representatives of Polly Barksdale, formerly Polly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Sally Wills, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Smithson and wife Martha, formerly Martha Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; William Garland and Nancy, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Robinson, who married Lucy Hamner (now deceased), daughter of Jeremiah. Assignment, 7th June, 1813, by Jeremiah Hamner, of a legacy left by his (Jeremiah's) grandfather, Leonard Henley, of James City County to Abraham Johnston, to collect. Affidavit, 3d June, 1813, of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, sister of Jeremiah Hamner and daughter of Elizabeth Hamner, who was daughter of Leonard Henly, Sr., says Jeremiah is oldest male child of his mother. Henly Hamner, brother of Jeremiah, deposes, 8th June, 1813, to same effect. Hezekiah Henly, 12th June, 1813, assigns the legacy due him from his grandfather's estate. Deed, 30th March, 1825, by Edward Gaines to Abraham Johnston, in Simpson County, Ky. Edward married Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Jeremiah Hamner.

Hamner Nicholas 2:493
Hamner Polly 2:2341813Johnston vs. Hamner's administrator--O. S. 317; N. S. 113--Record from

Albemarle County Court. Bill, 1816. Jeremiah Hamner died, leaving representatives and distributees, viz: John, Polly, Rebecca, Martha, William and Jeremiah Moore (last 2 infants), children of Elizabeth Moore, formerly Elizabeth Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Wm. Watson and Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Barksdale; William Douglass and Polly, his wife, formerly Polly Barksdale, who were only children and representatives of Polly Barksdale, formerly Polly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Sally Wills, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Smithson and wife Martha, formerly Martha Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; William Garland and Nancy, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Robinson, who married Lucy Hamner (now deceased), daughter of Jeremiah. Assignment, 7th June, 1813, by Jeremiah Hamner, of a legacy left by his (Jeremiah's) grandfather, Leonard Henley, of James City County to Abraham Johnston, to collect. Affidavit, 3d June, 1813, of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, sister of Jeremiah Hamner and daughter of Elizabeth Hamner, who was daughter of Leonard Henly, Sr., says Jeremiah is oldest male child of his mother. Henly Hamner, brother of Jeremiah, deposes, 8th June, 1813, to same effect. Hezekiah Henly, 12th June, 1813, assigns the legacy due him from his grandfather's estate. Deed, 30th March, 1825, by Edward Gaines to Abraham Johnston, in Simpson County, Ky. Edward married Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Jeremiah Hamner.

Hamner Sally 2:2341813Johnston vs. Hamner's administrator--O. S. 317; N. S. 113--Record from

Albemarle County Court. Bill, 1816. Jeremiah Hamner died, leaving representatives and distributees, viz: John, Polly, Rebecca, Martha, William and Jeremiah Moore (last 2 infants), children of Elizabeth Moore, formerly Elizabeth Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Wm. Watson and Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Barksdale; William Douglass and Polly, his wife, formerly Polly Barksdale, who were only children and representatives of Polly Barksdale, formerly Polly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; Sally Wills, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Smithson and wife Martha, formerly Martha Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; William Garland and Nancy, formerly Hamner, daughter of Jeremiah; John Robinson, who married Lucy Hamner (now deceased), daughter of Jeremiah. Assignment, 7th June, 1813, by Jeremiah Hamner, of a legacy left by his (Jeremiah's) grandfather, Leonard Henley, of James City County to Abraham Johnston, to collect. Affidavit, 3d June, 1813, of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, sister of Jeremiah Hamner and daughter of Elizabeth Hamner, who was daughter of Leonard Henly, Sr., says Jeremiah is oldest male child of his mother. Henly Hamner, brother of Jeremiah, deposes, 8th June, 1813, to same effect. Hezekiah Henly, 12th June, 1813, assigns the legacy due him from his grandfather's estate. Deed, 30th March, 1825, by Edward Gaines to Abraham Johnston, in Simpson County, Ky. Edward married Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Jeremiah Hamner.

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