Patrilineage for Hamman Y-chromosome
Project Participant #109236
“John” Haman/Hamann/Hamman Sr. , born ~1720s in Germany
or Alsace, first found in 1749 at
the Zion Lutheran
Church in Oldwick,
Hunterdon Co., NJ. Based on deeds
records, he likely was married to “Eve”.
He signs his last name “Haman” in NJ. Based on deeds, he likely moved to
Woodsboro, Frederick Co., MD, where he and his family (name mostly spelled “Hamann”) show up in the St. Peter’s Lutheran Church records
from late 1760s until around 1780, when they move to Rockingham Co., VA (name
spelled Hamann and Hamman).
Moves to Wilkes Co., GA, in around 1784.
He shows up in Wilkes County
tax records (mostly as John Hamman/Hammond Sr.)
until1793 when he presumably died.
Hamman: b. 1754, New Jersey; d. 2-Mar-1844, Vermillion Co., Indiana; married Charity Hammock(?)
in Wilkes Co., Georgia on 3-Mar-1784. In 1780, enlisted in Revolutionary War out of Rockingham County,
Virginia. Says his father wrote family bible in German. His brother Isaac Hamman was
born in Frederick Co., Maryland, on 4-Apr-1763, joined Rev War our of Augusta
Co., VA, in 1780, also moved to GA, then to Butler Co., OH where he died
3) George Hamman: b. 1802, Wilkes Co., Georgia; d.
aft 1850, Polk Co., Iowa; m. Susanna Rodney.
4) Leander Hamman: b. 2-May-1834, Vermillion Co., Indiana; d. 2-Jun-1875, Polk Co., Iowa; m. Mary Curl.
5) William Albert Hamman: b. 3-Oct-1865, Des Moines, Iowa; d. 1951, Bethany, Oklahoma; m. Katherine Saylor
7) Participant #109236