Mary Hammond

Mary Hammond

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Mary Hammond
Born 1950's.
Child of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
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Account confirmed 2 February 2014 | Mary's 43512 contributions | 6024 thank-yous received
Last profile change on 30 July 2014
17:37: Linda James posted a message on the page for Mary Hammond. [Thank Linda for this]
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Categories: Greeters | US Presidents Project | Indiana | Ohio | Michigan | Arizona | New Mexico | Texas | Colorado | Nevada | Utah.



I am a registered genealogist, experienced in doing research and finding true lines to families. I volunteer as greeter, Scottish clan project, profile of the week, US President's Project, Mayflower Project, and I am also on hand answering questions on G2G. I am very familiar with most States of North America. I would be willing to do research for you if you would ask general questions about that state and its counties, and doing genealogy in that county. States most familiar with are the Midwest states (Indiana, Ohio and Michigan) and the Western States (Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Nevada, and Utah.) If interested, please contact me.



Ancestor Poem

Your tombstone stands among the rest

Neglected and alone The name and date are chiseled out On polished marble stone It reaches out to all who care It is too late to mourn You did not know that I exist You died and I was born Yet each of us are cells of you In flesh, in blood and bone Our blood contracts and beats a pulse Entirely not our own Dear Ancestor, the place you filled One hundred years ago Spreads out among the ones you left Who would have loved you so I wonder if you lived and loved I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot And come to visit you Author Unknown


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On July 30, 2014 Linda James wrote:

marry you are a miracle worker on the ball profiles I don't know how you find this stuff. Maybe I am too old!


On July 30, 2014 Jim Greenburg wrote:

Hi Mary, I guess I clicked the wrong place when I responded before. While I have no reservations about sharing, I am not at all comfortable that what I have is correct or that the family members I have will want their information shared. So for the time being I would like to stay as a guest. Thank you for your response.


On July 30, 2014 Peter Schalock wrote:

I certainly want to contribute and would like to be a member. Thanks


On July 30, 2014 Linda Minton wrote:

Hello, Mary. I have just recently found my uncle, Fount Farley, Summers Co. WV. He was a Private in the Army, 21 US Infantry, Co. B, and was buried at Fort Bayard, NM in 1909. Is there any way to find how he died? Was he married? Thank you, Linda


On July 29, 2014 Colleen Brown wrote:

Researching Massachusetts families of Thomas Woodmansee and Thomas Reed. Hope to find possible patriotic service of some kind for each of these men.


On July 28, 2014 Patrick Donahoe wrote:

Mary, I am very interested in joining your group and continuing my genealogy research


On July 28, 2014 Laura Rowley wrote:

Very new to genealogy, Hoping this site can help fill in the blanks


On July 28, 2014 Deanna Bookout wrote:

I've always wondered about my tree and never got far just asking my family members. I'm hoping to learn something new here.


On July 28, 2014 John Chapman wrote:

I've been doing genealogy for 50 years and have collected quite a bit of data. It took me several attempts to get a gedcom file small enough to submit. To save time you might want to mention the 5,000 limit.


On July 28, 2014 Christine Dixon wrote:

hello mary thank you for your message, im new to wikitree so I think its going to take a while to figure out!

I have been doing my family tree on ancestry for a while and thought I would join here. hope I can help. Christine.


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