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View Tree for Samuel Morris? HammondSamuel Morris? Hammond (b. 19 Mar 1722, d. Oct 1806)

Samuel Morris? Hammond (son of Job Hammond and Amadine Bayliss)100 was born 19 Mar 1722 in N Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., Virginia, and died Oct 1806 in Kershaw, Lancaster Co., S. Carolina. He married Mary Elizabeth Jenkins on 1749 in Fairfax Co., , Virginia, daughter of Ezekiel Jenkins and Mary ??.

 Includes NotesNotes for Samuel Morris? Hammond:
Captain in the Revolutionary war??

From DAR Records:
Samuel Hammond (1722-1806) served in the Virginia Line and participated in many battles. He was conspicuous for gallantry at Cowpens, King's Mountain, Ninety-Six and Musgrove's Mills. He was born in Fairfax County, Va.; died in South Carolina.

Samuel Hammond m. Mary Jenkins. [p.37] Samuel Hammond (1722-1806) commanded a company in the Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Fairfax County, Va.; died in South Carolina.

DAR ID Number: 21803
Born in Anderson, South Carolina.
Wife of James Albert Brock.
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Hammond, of Virginia.
Daughter of Jacob Reed and Teresa Caroline Hammond, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Hammond and Frances Acker, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Job Hammond and Lucy Eager Howard, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hammond and Mary Jenkins, his wife.
Samuel Hammond served in the Virginia militia, as did also his sons Job, Rawley and Samuel.


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Samuel Hammond (1722-1806) served in the Virginia Line and participated in many battles. He was conspicuous for gallantry at Cowpens, King's Mountain, Ninety-Six and Musgrove's Mills. He was born in Fairfax County, Va.; died in South Carolina.

From: Abstracts of Warren Co., N.C. Will Book 4

223. 29 May 1787; May Ct. 1787. SAMUEL HAMMOND to Gov. RICHARD CASWELL. Bond for 250 Pds. as Constable in Distr. of Capt. WILLIAMS. Sec: WILLIAM SPRUNT.


Samuel Hammond sold all his property including his household equipment - pots & pans, his mare, 29 head of hogs, etc and moved to NC in 1767. [See Fairfax Co., VA Deed Book G, p. 282, 22 Sept. 1767].

Born in Richmond County, Virginia, moved to Fairfax County, Virginia and then to South Carolina. Captain in the Continental Army. Also fought in the Indian Wars on the Western Frontier. After his marriage, he moved to Fairfax County, Virginia then near Camden, South Carolina. The County is now Kershaw County, South Carolina.

Captain Samuel Hammond moved to Fairfax County, VA, as a young man and at age 28 he married Mary, a widow with three children by her former husband William Jenkins. In 1767 he and his family moved to North Carolina. He sold his house and plantation for cash with the stipulation that he could buy them back for the same price within a year. Obviously he wasn't sure if the move would work. When arriving in North Carolina, he contracted to conduct a school at which he would teach reading, writing, arithmetic, and surveying. In his fifties, he returned to Virginia to serve as Captain in the Virginia Continental Line in the American Revolution (this service has been accepted by the DAR as qualifying his descendants for membership). In Granville County, NC, he and his sons took the Oath of Allegiance to the independent state of North Carolina in 1778. Around 1780 to 1785, the family moved to Kershaw County, SC, where the family name of Hammond was already well known. There he developed a plantation in the vicinity of Heath Springs and Stoneboro. He lived to be 84. He and his wife were buried in the Old Hammond Family burial ground. The inscription for Samuel Hammond reads:"In memory of Samuel Hammond, son of Job and Amadine Hammond, born in Richmond County, Virginia, the 9th March, 1722 and died in October 1806."His wife's inscription reads: "In memory of Mary Hammond, wife of Samuel Hammond, born in Northumberland County, Virginia, May 2, 1726, died 1816."

Abstracts of Warren Co., N.C. Will Book 4:
29 May 1787; May Ct. 1787. SAMUEL HAMMOND to Gov. RICHARD CASWELL. Bond for 250 Pds. as Constable in Distr. of Capt. WILLIAMS. Sec: WILLIAM SPRUNT.

MARY JENKINS, daughter of Ezekiel and Mary JENKINS, was born 2 May 1726, Westmoreland Co., VA. Married Samuel Hammond of Richmond Co., VA. Samuel was born 19 March 1722, the son of Job and Amadine (Baylis) Hammond. Samuel and Mary (Jenkins) Hammond moved to Butte/Warren Co., NC where Samuel taught school. They later moved to Kershaw District, SC where Samuel died Oct. 1806 and Mary died 1816.

Notes of Laura Hammond: Born in Richmond County, Virginia, moved to Fairfax County, Virginia and then to South Carolina. Captain in the Continental Army. Also fought in the Indian Wars on the Western Frontier. After his marriage, he moved to Fairfax County, Virginia then near Camden, South Carolina. The County is now Kershaw County, South Carolina.
Samuel and and his wife, Marys gravestones are in South Carolina near Heath Springs, Lancaster County, Georgia.
He had brothers whose descendants, in later generations, united with those of his sister, Mary.
The Hammonds left Virginia during the Revolutionary War. The immediate occasion was the destruction of their property in virginia by the Tories.
Also: LDS Record # AFN:GCXC-20
DB-3, page 369. 7 December 1771. BENNETT WOOD to DANIEL BURFORD, both of Bute Co. ll5 Pds. Va. money for 125 A. in Bute Co. adj. GEORGE ROSE, JOHN DOZER & JAMES DOZER, to the Ridge Path. Wit: JNO. TWITTY, SAML. HAMMOND. Proved by SAMUEL HAMMOND, Bute February Court 1772, BEN McCULLOCH, C.C. Reg: 17 March 1772, by JAS. JOHNSON, P.R.

Letters of Delegates to Congress: Volume 6 January 1, 1777 - April 30, 1777John Hancock to Dorothy Hancock I have been exceedingly busy, since I have been here, tho' have not yet made a Congress, are waiting for the South Carolina gentleman.(1) If Capt. Hammond is arrived with any things from Boston, You will have them put in the Waggons and brought here. If she should not be arriv'd leave the Receipt with Mr. S. Purviance & desire him to receive the things and send them to me. The inclosed Letter give to Mr. Newhouse, one of the Waggoners, Send for him & let him know when you will be ready. I hope you will be able to pack up all your things quickly & have them on the way & that you will soon follow, be careful in packing and do not leave anything behind.

More About Samuel Morris? Hammond:
Burial: Hammond Cem, Heath Springs, Sc.

More About Samuel Morris? Hammond and Mary Elizabeth Jenkins:
Marriage: 1749, Fairfax Co., , Virginia.

Children of Samuel Morris? Hammond and Mary Elizabeth Jenkins are:
  1. +Job Hammond, b. 31 Jan 1750, Fairfax Co., , Virginia, d. 10 Nov 1822, Elbert Co., , Georgia.
  2. Samuel Hammond, b. 09 Nov 1753, , , Virginia, d. 18 Aug 1844, Kershaw County, , S. Carolina.
  3. +Rawleigh Hammond, b. 11 May 1756, Fairfax Co., , Virginia101, 102, d. 24 Aug 1839, Kershaw Co., , S. Carolina.
  4. +Charlotte Lois Hammond, b. 08 Mar 1764, Virginia, d. 25 Nov 1862, Kershaw Co., , S Carolina.
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