Hammons,  John

Hammons, John

Male 1747 - Bef 1811  (< 64 years)

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  • Name Hammons, John  [1, 2, 3, 4
    Born 1747  Anson County NC? Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Gender Male 
    Died BEF. 28 Aug 1811 
    Person ID P565  MK's Family Tree
    Last Modified 4 Jun 2017 

    Family 1 Unknown,   d. BEF. 1805 
     1. Hammonds, Jacob,   b. ABT. 1767  [natural]
     2. Hammonds, Azenith,   b. ABT. 1769  [natural]
     3. Hammonds, Samuel,   b. ABT. 1770,   d. 1815, Robeson County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 45 years)  [natural]
     4. Hammonds, Enoch,   b. ABT. 1772,   d. 1839  (Age ~ 67 years)  [natural]
     5. Hammonds, Harvey,   b. ABT. 1773  [natural]
     6. Hammonds, John,   b. ABT. 1775,   d. 1858  (Age ~ 83 years)  [natural]
     7. Hammonds, Elijah,   b. ABT. 1777  [natural]
    Last Modified 4 Jun 2017 
    Family ID F1944  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Stradford, Christine 
     1. Hammons, Norfleet,   b. 7 Sep 1805, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Nov 1881, Sumter County, GA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)  [natural]
     2. Hammons, Stratford,   b. 22 Aug 1808, Robeson County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Jan 1893, Hinds County, Mississippi Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years)  [natural]
     3. Hammons, Elias,   b. 22 Aug 1808  [natural]
     4. Hammonds, Helen,   b. BEF. 1811  [natural]
    Last Modified 4 Jun 2017 
    Family ID F1945  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 1800 HAMMONS JOHN Robeson County NC 384 00000-00000-40
      1820 HAMMONS JOHN Robeson County NC 324 No Township
      John Hammons of Robeson County, NC, Will 1783-1918 pages 146/147
      the North Carolina Wills S. page 267
      1798 SPIVEY, EDMUND, Elizabeth; Hammons, John, Sr., Jacob, Samuel, Enoch, John, Harvey.
      Free African Americans Named in the Robeson County Court Minutes 1797-1843
      1797-1806, Volume 1 (begins July 4, 1797 but first few pages are missing)
      3 October, p.13
      Ordered the sheriff summon Jury to lay off a road from the Marsh of the raft Swamp near General Willis Mills into the Fayetteville Road near John Blount's. Elijah Hammon, John Hammon, Harvey Hammon work on the said road.

      1 January 1798, p.21
      James Whitley bound to John Hammon until he arrive to the age of 21 years now being 17.

      3 July, p.45
      Mary Hammon bound apprentice to Thomas Jackson until 18 now ten.

      6 October, p.121
      Deed Charles Ivey to James Kersey proved by Willis Hammons

      Deed Richmond Terrell to Archabald McEacharn proved by Willis Hammons
      Deed Jacob Hammons to Saml Hammons by Elijah Hammons

      The nuncupative will of Elias Stradford was proved by the oath of Ann Hammon and Dicey Hammon & admitted to record at the same time John Hammon returned an Inventory of the deceased estate.

      Administration on estate of Elias Stradford granted John Hammon

      6 January, p. 134
      Deed John Hammons to Samuel Hammons

      6 April 1801, p.142
      Deed Matthew Wilkins to Elijah Hammons
      Deed James Kersey to Burel Reville proved by Willis Hammons

      7 April, p.144
      Wm Ellis attorney for John Harrison to Wm Hathorn for a Negroe Girl named Jude by oath of Willis Hammon

      5 October p.166
      Deed Edwards to Rowland Edwards by Willis Hammon
      James Biggs bound to Samuel Hammons now 9
      Horasha Revell bound to Elijah Revell until he arrive at 21 now 12 years and 7 months
      p. 173
      Following hands work on Drowning Creek from Gibion Cumboes landing to Bests Bluff to wit Elias Barnes's hands William Odom's hands Horatio Hammon Elijah Cumbow Sion? Best

      4 January 1802, p.178
      Frederick Evers bound apprentice to John Hammon now 5 years old
      Deed Thomas Barnes to John Hammons

      Deed Jacob Rhodes & Owen Clinton to Willis Hammon

      Alexander Hammon bound to John Hammon now 10 years old.

      6 July, p.206
      Horatio Hammon to appear next court and issue cause if any he has ... detains a bastard child John Braveboy.

      Phereby Hammon bound apprentice to Reubin Rozar now 12 years old

      4 October, p216
      Phereby Hammon daughter of Jacob Hammon a man of color who is absent being last term illegally bound to Reubin Regan it is therefore ordered that the girl be returned to her mother.

      John Braveboy a boy of colour bound apprentice to Horatio Hammon now 5 years old

      Shepard Hammon a boy of Colour bound apprentice to John Hammon now 8 years old, Horatio Hammon security

      3 Jan 1803 p.225

      Whereas ... Horatio Revel a few years ago was bound to Elijah Revel and that said boy is illy treated by his master ordered that Constable bring the said boy to next court

      Mary Hammon a girl of Colour bound to George Moore until she arrive to the age of 18 now 12

      5 July 1803, p. 252
      Deed Saml Hammon to Nathaniel Revel

      3 July 1804, p.295
      Deed Alexander Hammons a lad of Couler bound an Apprentice to Neil McEachen now 11 years old.

      2 Oct 1804, p .304
      Deed John Hammon Senr to Lewis Hammon

      2 April, 1807
      Elkanah Hammons an orphan of the age of 8 bound apprentice to Nathaniel Revels
      Elkanah Hammons an orphan of the age of 8 bound apprentice to Nathaniel Revels
      Deed John Hammon Senr to Lewis Hammon

      6 January 1807, p.14
      Road leading from the Lumberton Road near John Hammons to the Raft Swamp Road: Harvey Hammons, John Hammons Nathaniel Revels, James McNeils etc.

      7 April, p.30
      Deed John Hammons to Samuel Hammons

      1st Monday July, p.39
      Elkanah Hammons who was formerly bound to Elijah Revell was by the said Revells Given up to the Court on which he was returned to Jacob Mercer until he be 21 now ten.

      4 Jan 1808
      Deed John Hammon to John Humphrey

      Deed Rasha Hammons to Thomas Butcher proved by Willis Hammons

      4 October 1808, p.110
      Ordered that Samuel Hammons be released from the Obligation that he gave to the Court for bringing up an Orphan Boy by the name of James Biggs and that the said boy be also released from his indenture.

      Deed Moses Grantham to Rebeckah Hammons

      3 January 1809, p.124
      Jacob Hammons a boy of Colour was Bound apprentice to Bengeman Blount.

      4 April 1809, p.143
      Elkanah Hammons a Boy of Colour was Bound an Apprentice to Bangeman Blount

      2 Jan 1810, p.182
      Deed Joshua Hawthorn to Joseph Newbery proved by Willis Hammon
      John Rea to Joseph Newbery proved by Willis Hammon
      Lemuel ? to Joseph Newbery proved by Willis Hammon
      Lemuel Israel? to ditto proved by Willis Hammon

      4 January, p.188
      John Harvey Hammons, Nathaniel Revell be added hands

      28 August, p.217
      Ordered James Lowry the father of a Reputed Bastard child of a certain free woman named Sarah Hammons for the support of the said child the sum of 4 pds annually

      25 Feb 1811, p.236
      Deed Nathaniel Hawthorn to Willis Hammons

      26 August 1811, p. 243
      Deed Jacob Merser? to Burrel Revels proved by Willis Hammons

      28 August, p.284
      Deed John Hammons Senr to Martin Martin?

      Last will of John Hammons proved by oath of Kenneth Black

      26 November 1811, p.295
      Deed John Hammons to Elijah Hammons

      23 November 1812, p.347
      Elkanah and Jacob Hammons two minor orphans which were formerly bound by this court to Benjamin Blount be released from their apprenticeship and Restored to their friends it having been made appear to the Satisfaction of this Court that the said Benjamin Blount has not treated them Properly according to the terms of their Indentures. Appeal granted to said Blount to the Superior Court.

      November 1830
      p. 62
      Kader Wiloby and Elijah Hammons imprisoned at last term of the Supr. Court for the non payment of a fine and cost. It appearing that they instead were permitted to take the benefit of the act in that case and were discharged

      4th Monday in August 1831
      Deed Harvey Hammons to Jacob Blount

      February 1827, p.143
      Deed John Hammons to lewis Hammons registered on the testimony of Elijah Hammons the subscribing witness thereto who made his mark.

      Friday 30 November 1832
      will of Deborah Hammons no executor named 200 dollars bond
      150 acres listed by James Hammonds for the estate of W. Hammons

      Feb 1833
      Deed Edward Bryan to Williamson Hamon
      Deed William Haman to Mary Harrel

      May 1833
      Insolvents in Regan's District: Isaac Revels, John and Jordan Revels, Stokes Roberts, Jarvis Hammonds

      4th Monday November 1834
      Deed James Hammonds to James ??
      Deed James Hammonds to Owen Revells

      Wednesday August 1835
      Coloured boy named Edward Hammons was bound to Jessie Wm Powers

      August 1836
      Olin Hammons bastardy Ishmael and Dred Roberts

      Wednesday March 1837
      Deed heirs of James Lamb to Samuel Israel was proved by oath of _avis? James Hammond who proved the hand writing of Willis Hammons decd.

      May 1838
      Shadrack Howell to Ollin Hammond

      Sat December 1838,
      lands sold on 4th monday in Feb 1837 by sheriff
      100 by Eleanor Hammonds
      Other Free" Heads of Households in the 1790 North Carolina Census, by Family Name
      Hammonds, Isaac 5 Fayetteville, Cumberland Co
      Hammonds, Jacob 4 Robeson County
      Hammonds, John 9 Robeson County
      Hammonds, Miles 1 Sampson County
      Hammons Jordan 4 Edgecombe County
      Hammons, Anthoney 4 Halifax County
      Hammons, Shadrack 8 Edgecombe County
      Free African American Taxables in Colonial Bertie County, North Carolina
      File CCR 190: Bertie taxes of 1751, 1753 and 1754 are filed at CCR 190, among the Colonial Court records. These are summary lists, filed with the central government
      1751 tax; This list provides some notations as to mixed-race people, but it is clear that many more are not so labeled. Only the total number of polls are given, with no racial breakdown. The following names represent most of the free mixed-race families:
      Haman, Elizth. fr. mulato 1

      1759 list of John Brickell
      James McDaniel, his son James & Catherine Hammon 3

      1763 list of Jno. Nicholls.
      James Mcdanel Senr. Catharine hamon
      John Hammon

      1767, list of Wm. Nicholls
      Christopher Clark Sarah HamonTaffe Treasor

      1768, list of Edward Rasor
      Thomas Mason Bett Hammon

      1769, list of Edward Rasor
      Kate Hammon

      1770, list of Edward Rasor
      James McDanold, Kate Hamond, Sarah his wife 3

  • Sources 
    1. [S-162854532] North Carolina, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890, Ancestry.com, (Ancestry.com Operations Inc).

    2. [S-162854365] 1800 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com, (Ancestry.com Operations Inc), Year: 1800; Census Place: Fayetteville, Robeson, North Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 32; Page: 384; Image: 391; Family History Library Film: 337908.

    3. [S-162854184] 1810 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com, (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.), Year: 1810; Census Place: Robeson, North Carolina; Roll: 38; Page: 219; Image: 00412; Family History Library Film: 0337911.

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