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HAM surname SC Queries

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James HAM (Hamm), ca 1756-1819 (Spartanburg, SC)
John & William HAMM, SC and McNairy Co., TN 1800's
Thomas HAM, Charleston, Georgetown SC prior to 1819
William HAM, McNairy Co., TN and Cheraw District, SC  1716 - 1781
    




state:  SC

County:  Spartanburg County, SC

TimeFrame:  About 1716

Who was the father of James Ham (Hamm), ca 1756-1819 (Spartanburg, SC), m. Avarilla (various spellings)??

Traditionally, he was the son of William Hamm (1716-1791).  But on 18 Sept 1788, a land contract between James Ham, "the lawful heir of Jeremiah Ham deceased of Spartanburg County South Carolina" sold to William Ham (James's brother?) 200 acres in Newberry County for 10 Pounds sterling.  The contract was signed by James Ham, his seal, and "Avarilla Ham, her mark." 

James Ham administered the estate of Jeremiah Ham, Abbeville District, SC on 9 Apr 1875. 

James's father was William? or Jeremiah?

Submitter: Robert Morris

email:   hookedfeather (at) yahoo.com

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state:  SC

County:  Charleston, Georgetown SC

TimeFrame:  prior to 1819

I have ancestors by the name of Thomas Ham, b. 1819 in Charleston/Georgetown area of SC, descendants prove numerous and were married into the SWINTON and ROBERTS families. I would appreciate any information on this area and would like to be placed in the SC area. We do find evidence of Hams in VA circa 1720.

Any sort of info would be helpful. thanks! Marcia Roberts Kaylakie

Submitter: Marcia Roberts Kaylakie

email:    marciak (at) eden.com

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State:    South Carolina, TN

County:  Cheraw District, SC & McNairy Co., TN

TimeFrame:  1800s

Am looking for other descendants of John M. Hamm of McNairy Co., TN and his son, William Cloydious Hamm.

John HAM b. Dec 4, 1764 and enlisted in the Rev. War as a volunteer soldier in 1779. Married Pheby BLASSENGAIM.

Children:

Molcy HAM b. Jan 1, 1786

James HAM b. Mar 30, 1787

Jacob HAM b. Feb 26, 1789

Blasingame HAM b. Sep 6, 1790

Nancy HAM b. Jan 29, 1792

William Cloydious HAM b. Jun, 1794

Frankey HAM b. Mar 3, 1796

Thomas Pinckney HAM b. Jul 1, 1798

Elizabeth HAM Aug 13, 1800

Buckley HAM Jun 11, 1802

John Mickel HAM Jul 13, 1804

Salley HAM Jun 13, 1808

Submitter: Jane Caperton Johnson

email:      caperton6 (at) austin.rr.com

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State:   AR, TX, TN, SC, England
County:  Newton County, Marion County, Searcy County, Arkansas
County:  McNairy County, TN, Wayne County, TN
County:  Cheraw District, SC

I am looking for any accurate information regarding:

Father & Mother of William HAMM, Germany Birth abt 1716 to 1781 as noted below:

1 Unknown HAMM d: Death date is unknown, or individual is living
  +  SPOUSE: Unknown

2 William Hamm b: Hamm, Germany 1716 d: 1781
              •  Immigration: AFT 1716 Great Britain 
              •  Immigration: BEF 1755 American colonie
Married:  abt 1755
  + Martha SHERMAN  d: Death date is unknown

3 (Son of William was) James B. HAMM   b: 1763 d: BET NOV 1819 AND DEC 1819
  + (Spouse) Everela Unknown d: Death date is unknown

4 (Son of James was) "Samuel L. HAMM" b: 1804 d: BET NOV 1848 AND DEC 1848

5 (Son of Samuel was) “Asa Callicutt HAMM”  Notations:

Born:  1-15-1837 Wayne County Tenn.
Died:  9-10-1913 Lurton, Newton , County, Arkansas
   1) Spouse: Martha B. COOPER
   Born:  abt 1838  Wayne County, Tenn
   Died:  12-1-1877 Yellville, Marion Cty, AR
   Buried:  Tarlton Cemetery, Lurton, Newton Co. Arkansas
   Married: abt 1858 - 1875  (Asa 21 yr.)

Asa lived with Martha and their family in Red River Township, Searcy County, Arkansas until about 1875

when they moved near Yellville and it was there that Martha died of childbirth complications. After her

death, Asa married twice more.

Children: Silas, Tennessee, Francis, Samuel, Martha, William A.,George W., Caroline (All from Snowball,

Searcy County, AR)

   2) Spouse: Elizabeth COX   Born abt 1845 Married abt 1882  (Asa 45 yrs.)

   3) Spouse: Martha J. BRADSHAW   Born abt 1850 Married abt 1895  (Asa 58 yrs.)
      (This could be Martha AUSTIN, not sure)

6 (Son) of Asa - William Alonzo HAMM (lonn) & sometimes (Lomm)

Born: 11-28-1864  Praire, Marion Cty, AR
Died:  2-8-1953  Hood Cty, Texas (1920) census
Funeral Services:  Estes Funeral Home & later chg. to Martins in 1960’s
Burried:  Nubbin Ridge Cemetary, Hood Cty, TX

Too my knowledge all of this is accurate based on my research. However, I am not able to trace solid

information of Samuel Hamm's wife. Nor can I find data representing William Hamm of Hamm Germany

and his father / mother. I am not sure whether William of 1716 father was of English or German descent.

submitter:     Gary Dale Hamm

email:           garydhamm53 (at) yahoo.com


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