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Re: Hamman in Ohio
Posted by: Beverly Date: November 23, 2001 at 02:49:48
In Reply to: Re: Hamman in Ohio by Don Hammon of 374

I am going to be doing all the letters in single books...I am working on the M surnames now. And I promised to work on the S names after...but then I will be starting on A and going thru...so I will be seeing your family not to far in the future. Here is what I have for Hamman/Hammen and any spelling that is close...the newsprint from the mid 1800-1906 is hard to read...a'e'o'u' and s all seem to look alike as well a m and n...plus they were not to concerned with correct spelling...I have seen them misspell the same name in one paragraph a couple times...so here is what I have:
Hamann, Mary Anna Trautmann
Hamman, Chas
Hamman, Edwin
Hamman, George
Hamman, John J.
Hamman, Mrs. G.
Hamman, Mrs. Jacob, T. G.
Hammon, Arilla F, Sarah Alice.
Hammon, Arthur, Laura
Hammon, Bertha, George, Grace
Hammon, C.
Hammon, Elmer, Emma, Russell
Hammon, Gustavus A., Margaret
Hammon, Howard A.
Hammon, John
Hammon, Mabel &/or H.
Hammon, Melissa Ann, Myron K.
Hammon, Walter, Wilhelmina


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