Pg 206: 1721 Hammond, Mary, AA Co, 16, 36613912
S538-24, 1721-22 Pg 366-8 Will: Mary Hammond, probated 6 Apr 17217877
Grandson John Howard the following negros namley Samson, Hrymon, Harry, Nick, boy Cato a woman and Abigall a girl
Grandson John Howard the best feather bed and furniture & a dozen of boot leather chairs and the great Table
Grandson John Howard one gray Golding and Caowan? Stone Coat and twelve head of cattle the first choice and one dozen of silver spoons
Granddaughter Sarah Howard one negro girl named Hagor and the horse Vain
Grandson Thos Howard old Tom and Janny
Granddaughter Elinor Howard one little negro girl named Cato
Rest of my Estate should be Equally Devided between three of my grandchildren namely Thomas, Sarah and Elinor
Grandson Cornelius Howard one cow and calf
Nominate Mr. John Boalo full & whole Executor of this my last will and testament
/s/ Mary (her mark) Hammond
Test: John Huett, Wm (mark) Anglin, Anne Selby, her mark
On back 6 Apr 1721 came John Huet, Wm Anglin & Anne Selby
Pg 262 Cornelius Howard Marr: 1st Cousin, Mary, d/o Maj. Gen. John Hammond & Mary Howard his wife71598
(actually d/o Thomas Roper & Mary who married John Hammond when the dau Mary was about 2 years old)
There are claims that Matthew HOWARD had a daughter Mary who married John HAMMOND. The earliest mention I have found of this is by J. D. WARFIELD in 1905.(S22 J.D. Warfield, Founders of Anne Arundel & Howard Co, Baltimore: Kohn & Pollock, 1905, pg 71, 179) He claimed that since Matthew's son Samuel in his will made a bequest to his "cousin" [nephew] John HAMMOND, Jr., this proved that John HAMMOND, Sr.'s wife Mary was nee HOWARD, the daughter of Matthew. In that the "evidence" as provided by WARFIELD for John HAMMOND having married Mary HOWARD was based on Samuel HOWARD's will, and that the will did not indicate any relation between John HAMMOND, Jr. and Samuel HOWARD, it appears WARFIELD was in error. John HAMMON[D], Sr. married between 26 Oct. 1677 (S25 Thomas Roper Will, MD 5:313-315 FHL microfilm 0,012,843) and 1 Nov. 1678 (S26 MD Testamentary Proceedings 10:315, FHL microfilm 0,012,933) to Mary, widow of Thomas ROPER. As John HAMMOND had sons who married by the early 1690s, she was apparently a second wife.81605
Pg 630 John Howard I Marr: Susannah Stevens, whose dau, Mary Marr: John Hammond I46638
(her father John Howard not Matthew Howard?)
Will Filed Memowill dated; MD wills 5:313-315, FHL microfilm 0,012,843
Deathbef 26 Oct 1677, Anne Arundel County, MD82482,82481
Death Memo13 Nov 1677?
Will Filed26 Oct 167782481
Will Filed MemoWill probated
Roper, Thomas, A. A. Co., 19th Sept., 1677; 26th Oct., 1677.3006,82483
(Note Death Date 13 Nov 1677?)
To wife Mary, execx., ? plantation during life.
" dau. Mary and hrs., 300 A., "Roper's Increase" in Balto. Co., and ? plantation at majority. Wife or dau. afsd. dying without issue, deceased's portion to revert to survivor.
Overseers: Dr. Wm. Jones, Wm. Mitchell.
Test: Wm. Bowman, Thos. Jeffe, Hugh Portingale. 5. 313.
(S: Baldwin, MD Calendar of Wills, 1:197)82483
S25 Thomas Roper will, MD wills 5:313-315, FHL microfilm 0,012,84381605
(Need to get)
Marriageabt 1665, Anne Arundel County, MD82510
2John Hammond 82485,82480,83445,83446,82488,82489,82491,83447,83173,82492,46714,83448,82495
Residence1676, Newtown Hundred, St Mary’s County, MD83451
Undefined Memooverseer of Cornelius Howard’s Will along with Samuel Howard
Residenceca 1695, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD83454
Undefined1699, Anne Arundel County, MD83360
Undefined Memobrother-in-law, Henry Ridgley ordered that the Commission be prepared to appoint Honable Maj John Hammond Col of Col. Ridgley’s Co in the latter’s place
Death Memotestate; 29 Nov?
Burial29 Nov 1707, St Anne’s, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD83458,83459,83460
OccupationAnne Arundel County, MD Justice from 1687 until at least 1692; Delegate in 1692; appointed Judge of the High Court of Admiralty by the royal administration (aft 1692)83461,83462
ReligionMember of the vestry of St Anne’s Church83463
p.26 For many years Newtown, being located in the central part of the County, was a center of great activity and ranked next in importance to St Mary's City. An agreement made by John Hammond on 5 Dec 1654, to provide for a Court House for the County Court, also provided that he would furnish “a ferry for the Convenient passage of people over Newtowne River”. (S99: Archives of MD X 410. Apparently the intent of this agreement was that the ferry would operate between the east shore of Bretton Bay and the west shore, which was Newtown Neck, as there is no Newtown River. For other details concerning Newtown see MD Historical Mag, Vol. 50, No.1 & Vol. 51, No. 2)8216
Pg 364 Major General; Colonel 169941187
Pg 146 Major Gen John Hammond41804
He was major of Troop Horse from 1696 until 1698, becoming a colonel in 1699. He was made major general of the Western Shore of MD on 17 Jul 1707, a post which he held until his death on 29 Nov of that year.
Pg 4 Maj Gen John2 (Thomas1) Hammond46713
Pg 158 Sec 1 Howard: Maj Gen Jn Hammond81507
Pg 146 Major Gen John Hammond, Mrs. William H. Kenety Jr. (Ariana Traill Arnold) Marr: Mary Greenberry41804
(Wife Mary Greenberry? or Mary Howard?)
Marriageaft 26 Oct 1677, Anne Arundel County, MD83445,82495
Marr Memobef 1 Nov 1678; ca 1664?