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    1. [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Notice about Rootsweb Lists
    2. Jim Jackson
    3. This has been received from the Rootsweb administration: Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state. Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb. As an alternative to RootsWeb Mailing Lists, Ancestry message boards are a great option to network with others in the genealogy community. Message boards are available for free with an Ancestry registered account. Thank you for being part of the RootsWeb family and contributing to this community. Sincerely, The RootsWeb team We are presently setting up email groups at https://groups.io/. If there is interest in migrating this list to groups.io please respond to this message to that effect ASAP. With heavy hearts, Jim and Di

    01/16/2020 03:49:50
    1. [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Help Keep This List Active
    2. Jim Jackson
    3. We just wanted to encourage you all to make use of this list in your family searches. A large number of Rootsweb lists have been made inactive due to no messages over a period of time. We want to keep as many lists active as we possibly can and your participation will help toward that goal. If you have a "brick wall" in your family search, send in a message with as much information as you have and let's see if someone may be able to help fill in those blanks. Best wishes, Jim and Di

    09/07/2019 04:50:56
    1. Re: [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Hi there
    2. Marc Hammick
    3. Dear Dianne, I have misplaced the "family tree" do you perchance have a copy? Regards, Marc -----Original Message----- From: hammick-england-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:hammick-england-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Diane Sent: 25 February 2012 05:09 PM To: hammick-england-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Hi there Hi there, Diane list admin here. Is there anyone on this list that need any help with research from anybody? There hasn't been much going on with this list for a while! Hoping to hear from you soon. Diane list admin ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HAMMICK-ENGLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/27/2012 02:33:12
    1. Re: [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Hi there
    2. Diane
    3. I haven't but someone on this list MIGHT have. Diane On 27/02/2012 07:33, Marc Hammick wrote: > Dear Dianne, > > I have misplaced the "family tree" do you perchance have a copy? > > Regards, > > Marc > > -----Original Message----- > From: hammick-england-bounces@rootsweb.com > [mailto:hammick-england-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Diane > Sent: 25 February 2012 05:09 PM > To: hammick-england-L@rootsweb.com > Subject: [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Hi there > > Hi there, Diane list admin here. > > Is there anyone on this list that need any help with research from anybody? > > There hasn't been much going on with this list for a while! > > Hoping to hear from you soon. > > Diane list admin > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > HAMMICK-ENGLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HAMMICK-ENGLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    02/27/2012 12:44:25
    1. [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Hi there
    2. Diane
    3. Hi there, Diane list admin here. Is there anyone on this list that need any help with research from anybody? There hasn't been much going on with this list for a while! Hoping to hear from you soon. Diane list admin

    02/25/2012 08:09:19
    1. [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Does anyone want to take over this List?
    2. Hi all members I am quiting this list as it doesnt seem that enyone is interested anymore. I have notified Rootsweb,if anyone wants to take over this List please let them know. I hope you havent been getting Spam sent from some of my lists, I have been deleting them but it doesnt seem to stop. Please report this to Rootsweb also if you have them. Thank you all Eve,List Mom **************Mortgage rates drop to record lows. $200,000 for $1,029/mo Fixed. LendingTreeĀ® (http://pr.atwola.com/promoclk/100126575x1222653866x1201461148/aol?redir=http:%2F%2Fwww.lendingtree.com%2Fborrower%2Falliance%2Ffrom.as p%3Fwhereto%3Dpromopagev3%26promo%3D00279%26loan%5Ftype%3D2%26source%3D28895 60%26esourceid%3D2889560%26800num%3D1%2D800%2D289%2D3915%26AdType%3D2)

    06/05/2009 05:22:58
    1. [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] John HAMMICK, b. 1794 Chudleigh, Devon
    2. Dave
    3. Would be interested to hear from anyone connected with the HAMMICH family of Chudleigh, Devon and in poarticular John Hammick who married Elizabeth DAYMOND at Bovey Tracey during 1819. Many thanks David Blackmore

    04/08/2009 03:29:06
    1. Re: [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] HAMMACK Digest, Vol 2, Issue 1
    2. Today's Topics: 1. Ellen Hammac(k) Beal, daughter of Joshua Hammac(k) of Escambia County, Alabama (Jeff Shirah) 2. Re: Ellen Hammac(k) Beal, daughter of Joshua Hammac(k) of Escambia County, Alabama (Bob Cary) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 21:06:28 -0800 (PST) From: Jeff Shirah <destinboy_1978@yahoo.com> Subject: [HAMMACK] Ellen Hammac(k) Beal, daughter of Joshua Hammac(k) of Escambia County, Alabama To: HAMMACK@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <846298.82707.qm@web51806.mail.re2.yahoo.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Hello list members. I've recently been looking back through this line and trying to piece it together with definitive documentation (emphasis on trying). Looking to correspond with others digging into this line. Here is just a tid-bit: Ellen or Ellender Hammack was a daughter of Joshua Hammac(k) (1805 GA - 1890 AL). She is listed with him in both the 1850 and 1860 US Federal Censuses in Conecuh County, Alabama. She was born around 1842 and died between 1880 and 1900. Some Hammack researchers state that Ellen was married to a John Beal who died in the War Between the States. A John Beal appears in both the 1850 and 1860 Federal Censuses wit his mother Sarah and siblings in Conecuh County. Ellen appears in the 1870 and 1880 Federal censuses as Ellen Beal (In Escambia County, Alabama). Ellen has additional children after the war and even between the 1870 and 1880 censuses...and one after the 1880 census. The father(s) of these children is/are unknown and thus I am listing them as the children of Ellen Hammack Beal and unknown. 1. William Beal, born about 1860, Alabama 2. Annie E. Beal ( born October 14, 1862 in Alabama and died April 18, 1942 with burial in Range Cemetery) married Daniel Weaver (Escambia County, Alabama marriage record between Annie Bell and Daniel Weaver November 16, 1882). Annie?s death certificate lists her father as John Beal. 3. John Elbert Beal, born February 2, 1864 in Alabama, married Frances Laura Hammac June 19, 1889 in Escambia County, Alabama. John died April 17, 1926 and was laid to rest in St. John?s Cemetery in Pensacola. John?s death certificate lists his father as John Beal. 4. Willoughby Albert ?Wib? Beal, born September 5, 1866 in Wallace, Escambia County, Alabama, died December 4, 1947, Escambia County, Florida. Named after his uncle Willoughby Hammack. Married Martha Jane Kinsey. 5. Joshua Beal, born about 1868, Alabama. Named after his grandfather Joshua Hammack. 6. Henry Beal, born about 1868, Alabama, was a twin to Joshua. 7. Hattie L. Beal, born in March of 1873, Alabama. Married Henry P. Jacobson(Escambia County Marriage between Miss H. F. Beal and Henry P. Jackson Nov 28, 1887) . Family records state that both Hattie Beal and Ellen Crutchfield married a Henry P. Jackabson. 8. Martha A. Beal, (born April 9, 1877, Alabama and died July 19, 1953, buried in Range Cemetery). Married 1. Ransom Hammac (reportedly a grandson of Martha?s uncle), 2. George Rigdon. 9. Serena ?Renia? Tappen Beal (born June 11, 1881, Alabama died Oct 21, 1964 in Escambia County, Alabama). Married Stephen Bryant Crutchfield. Jeff Shirah ______________________________________________________________________________ ______ Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now. http://mobile.yahoo.com/;_ylt=Ahu06i62sR8HDtDypao8Wcj9tAcJ ------------------------------ Message: 2 Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 22:11:04 -0800 (PST) From: Bob Cary <bcary58@yahoo.com> Subject: Re: [HAMMACK] Ellen Hammac(k) Beal, daughter of Joshua Hammac(k) of Escambia County, Alabama To: hammack@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <438159.92581.qm@web62401.mail.re1.yahoo.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 I am the great grandson if John Elbert Beal. Thanks for the information. I have never been able to find anything on John Beal. Your information give me something to work with. Thank you. Jeff Shirah <destinboy_1978@yahoo.com> wrote: Hello list members. I've recently been looking back through this line and trying to piece it together with definitive documentation (emphasis on trying). Looking to correspond with others digging into this line. Here is just a tid-bit: Ellen or Ellender Hammack was a daughter of Joshua Hammac(k) (1805 GA - 1890 AL). She is listed with him in both the 1850 and 1860 US Federal Censuses in Conecuh County, Alabama. She was born around 1842 and died between 1880 and 1900. Some Hammack researchers state that Ellen was married to a John Beal who died in the War Between the States. A John Beal appears in both the 1850 and 1860 Federal Censuses wit his mother Sarah and siblings in Conecuh County. Ellen appears in the 1870 and 1880 Federal censuses as Ellen Beal (In Escambia County, Alabama). Ellen has additional children after the war and even between the 1870 and 1880 censuses...and one after the 1880 census. The father(s) of these children is/are unknown and thus I am listing them as the children of Ellen Hammack Beal and unknown. 1. William Beal, born about 1860, Alabama 2. Annie E. Beal ( born October 14, 1862 in Alabama and died April 18, 1942 with burial in Range Cemetery) married Daniel Weaver (Escambia County, Alabama marriage record between Annie Bell and Daniel Weaver November 16, 1882). Annie?s death certificate lists her father as John Beal. 3. John Elbert Beal, born February 2, 1864 in Alabama, married Frances Laura Hammac June 19, 1889 in Escambia County, Alabama. John died April 17, 1926 and was laid to rest in St. John?s Cemetery in Pensacola. John?s death certificate lists his father as John Beal. 4. Willoughby Albert ?Wib? Beal, born September 5, 1866 in Wallace, Escambia County, Alabama, died December 4, 1947, Escambia County, Florida. Named after his uncle Willoughby Hammack. Married Martha Jane Kinsey. 5. Joshua Beal, born about 1868, Alabama. Named after his grandfather Joshua Hammack. 6. Henry Beal, born about 1868, Alabama, was a twin to Joshua. 7. Hattie L. Beal, born in March of 1873, Alabama. Married Henry P. Jacobson(Escambia County Marriage between Miss H. F. Beal and Henry P. Jackson Nov 28, 1887) . Family records state that both Hattie Beal and Ellen Crutchfield married a Henry P. Jackabson. 8. Martha A. Beal, (born April 9, 1877, Alabama and died July 19, 1953, buried in Range Cemetery). Married 1. Ransom Hammac (reportedly a grandson of Martha?s uncle), 2. George Rigdon. 9. Serena ?Renia? Tappen Beal (born June 11, 1881, Alabama died Oct 21, 1964 in Escambia County, Alabama). Married Stephen Bryant Crutchfield. Jeff Shirah ______________________________________________________________________________ ______ Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now. http://mobile.yahoo.com/;_ylt=Ahu06i62sR8HDtDypao8Wcj9tAcJ ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HAMMACK-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message --------------------------------- Never miss a thing. Make Yahoo your homepage. ------------------------------ To contact the HAMMACK list administrator, send an email to HAMMACK-admin@rootsweb.com. To post a message to the HAMMACK mailing list, send an email to HAMMACK@rootsweb.com. __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HAMMACK-request@rootsweb.com with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of HAMMACK Digest, Vol 2, Issue 1 ************************************* **************Biggest Grammy Award surprises of all time on AOL Music. 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    02/02/2008 05:08:29
    1. [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Happy Easter
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    04/07/2007 04:18:46
    1. [HAMMICK-ENGLAND] Wandering Back
    2. I put the title in a search and this came up: _CS71.H224 1954 _ (http://tns-verso.auto-graphics.com/verso/admin/showbib.asp?BN=131144) Wandering back; a chronology, or history and reminiscencies [sic] of four old families; Hammack, Norton, Granger, and Payne, interrelated. Hammack, Henry Franklin. Record Detail CALL NUMBER: _CS71.H224 1954 _ (http://tns-verso.auto-graphics.com/scripts/perlsoc1.pl?+OPICNO|CS71.H224*1954*|||) MAIN AUTHOR: _Hammack, Henry Franklin._ (http://tns-verso.auto-graphics.com/scripts/perlsoc1.pl?+au|HAMMACK,*HENRY*FRANKLIN|) TITLE: Wandering back; a chronology, or history and reminiscencies [sic] of four old families; Hammack, Norton, Granger, and Payne, interrelated. DATE: 1954- PLACE OF PUBLICATION: McRae, Ark., DESCRIPTION: 2 v. illus. (incl. ports., coats-of-arms) 23 cm. SUBJECTS: _Granger family_ (http://tns-verso.auto-graphics.com/scripts/perlsoc1.pl?+su|Granger*family|) _Payne family_ (http://tns-verso.auto-graphics.com/scripts/perlsoc1.pl?+su|Payne*family|) _Hammack family_ (http://tns-verso.auto-graphics.com/scripts/perlsoc1.pl?+su|Hammack*family|) _Norton family_ (http://tns-verso.auto-graphics.com/scripts/perlsoc1.pl?+su|Norton*family|) NOTES: Vol. 2 t.-p. has subtitle: "a genealogy ..." Library Owns: Location Call Number Barcode Status 3rd Stack-3rd Stack _CS71.H224 1954 _ (http://tns-verso.auto-graphics.com/scripts/perlsoc1.pl?+OPICNO|CS71.H224*1954*| ||) v.1-2 pt.1-7 c.1 (Books) 38752001383241 AVAILABLE Eve

    02/02/2007 05:21:14
    1. Re Hammick Tree
    2. Hi Lyn and all We have welcomed some new subscribers to our list and together we should find our connections and ancestors a lot easier if we exchange and share our knowledge no matter whether a little or a lot please all join in. These busy times we need everyone working together to get this tree full and 'blooming'!! Eve

    02/19/2006 06:21:59
    1. HAMMICK name in England
    2. Lyn Nash
    3. Hi, I'm new to the list but not new to tracing HAMMICK's. I have been doing so for some 10 yrs, aided & abetted by my 1st cousin, Paul, also a lister. I specify 1st cousin as, from my research, I reckon that any HAMMICK in the UK- or direct descendant of one - is a cousin of some description! I started by following my direct ancestry back, in London, from my [& Paul's] grandfather, Ernest Alfred, to our 3rd grt grandfather, Arthur - a coachbuilder in London, who said he was born in Devon [1851 census]. Devon records were even less accessable then, aside from those on the IGI, & there was no trace of Arthur's birth. With no other lead on Arthur, & the highest incidence of / earliest HAMMICK's occurring around Ermington, Devon, I did what no-one should ever do & started working out the descendancy of the Ermington HAMMICK's. There appears to be 3 main branches, which have continued to this time - the 'Yealmpton' branch the 'titled' branch the 'Marldon' branch [ours] It didn't find Arthur but it did lead me several generations on, & to a supposition which was proved when I eventually paid a researcher in Devon to find Arthur - whose bapt was found 1787, Ipplepen. That led to a kind Rootsweb lister on the Devon list, Arthur French - the OPC for Ipplepen [Genuki, Devon] - giving us 2 generations / families, which linked up with the research I had done. So we are now able to trace our HAMMICK ancestry back to our 9th grt grandparents, in Ermington, at the start of the Parish Records there. The side effect has been that we have effectively done a one name study on the HAMMICK name, extracting all the BMD refs from 1837-2003, census entries from 1851-1901 & PR entries from the IGI & many other transcribed sources. Clearly the last century is the hardest, without census info to link families & with the higher incidence of people moving overseas. However, I'm pretty confident that most can be linked to the Ermington HAMMICK's & would love to hear from as many descendants as possible. Paul & I have tried to follow the descendant's of the female HAMMICK's too, or have added those that other's have informed us of. Looking forward to meeting new 'rellies'. Lyn Ocean Grove, Oz P.S. I am the 'online parish clerk' for Ermington - under the Genuki OPC scheme. I have rather neglected it since a major op. abt 16 mths ago, & a lot of queries have gone unanswered, but I,m getting back into it now. There is a website through Rootsweb, you may like to take a look - http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~lynnash/Intro.htm -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.1.375 / Virus Database: 267.15.6/258 - Release Date: 13/02/2006

    02/13/2006 04:00:42
    1. A GENEALOGIST'S CHRISTMAS EVE
    2. A GENEALOGIST'S CHRISTMAS EVE (Author Unknown) Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even my spouse. The dining room table with clutter was spread Stacks of pedigree charts and with letters which said. . . "Too bad about the data for which you just wrote It sank in a storm on an ill-fated boat." Stacks of old copies of wills and the such Were proof that my work had become much to much. Our children were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of sugarplums danced in their heads. And I at my table was ready to drop From work on my album with photos to crop. Christmas was here, and of such was my lot That presents and goodies and toys I'd forgot. Had I not been so busy with my grandparent's wills, I'd not have forgotten to shop for such thrills. While others bought gifts that would bring Christmas cheer; I'd spent time researching those birth dates and years. While I was thus musing about my sad plight, A strange noise on the lawn gave me such a great fright. Away to the window I flew like a flash, Tore open the drapes and then yanked up the sash. When what to my wondering eyes should appear? But an overstuffed sleigh and eight small reindeer. Up to the rooftop the reindeer they flew, With a sleigh full of toys and old Santa Claus, too. And then in a twinkle, I heard on the roof The prancing and pawing of thirty-two hoofs. Our TV antenna was no match for their horns, And look at that roof with those hoof prints adorned! As I drew in my head, slamming it on the sash, Down the cold chimney fell Santa - KER-RASH! "Dear" Santa came down looking like a wreck. Tracking soot on the carpet,(I could wring his short neck!) Spotting my face, good old Santa could se That I had no Christmas spirit, you'd have to agree. He spoke not a word, but went straight to his work And filled all the stockings, (I felt like a jerk)! Here was Santa, who'd brought us such gladness and joy; When I'd been too busy for even one toy! He spied my research on the table all spread "A genealogist!" he cried! (My face burned bright red!) "Tonight I;ve met many like you," Santa grinned. As he pulled from his sack a large book he had penned. I gazed with amazement -- the cover it read "Those Genealogy Lines for Which You Have Pled." "I know what it's like being a genealogy bug," He said as he gave me a great Santa Hug. "While the elves make the sleighful of toys that I carry, I do my research in the North Pole Library! A special treat I am thus able to bring To genealogy folks who just can't find a thing. Now off you must go off to your bed for a rest, I'll clean up the house from this genealogy mess!" As I climbed up the stairs full of gladness and glee, I looked back at Santa who'd brought so much to me. While settling in bed, I heard Santa's clear whistle, To his team, then they rose like the down of a thistle. And I heard him exclaim as he flew out of sight, "Family History is Fun! Merry Christmas! Goodnight!" Eve

    12/23/2005 01:02:27
    1. Merry Christmas
    2. I do hope you all have a Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year Eve

    12/20/2005 03:34:46
    1. Hammick Family
    2. > Hi Eve, > Thank you for your prompt return. > I have been to the Ermington churchyard. It is quite an experience to > see so many ancestors grouped together! > Are of the US "tree" (Ohio?). > I am of the Uk branch and have a sister,Charlotte and half siblings > Tom,Kate and Rose- all progeny of Charles (CCW- now disceased,son Of > Henry Alexander). > I noticed on the Ancestry.com site that most of early migrants to the > US were from Almfo which I presume is in Holland. My grandfather told > me that his grandfather had told him the first migrants to leave were > Puritans escaping UK persecution? > Any ideas? > The ancestry site does not record the name origins- I had heard that it > was a combination of Ham (village/hamlet) and wick (stream) but that > may not be correct. Piers - currently in Balgo, Tanami desert, Australia, where my wife is > running an Aboriginal art center Sorry about that first message!

    10/19/2005 06:08:14
    1. Re Hammick family tree
    2. Hi All It is time for us all to post again our searches for Hammick ancestors, we have had some new subscribers! Welcome them and show them how a mailing List should work with everyone joining in to fill our Hammick Tree's right to the top! Eve

    10/13/2005 05:05:35
    1. Re: Hammick List
    2. Hi Betty Thank you for responding. Im sorry I dont have much info on the Hammicks of America except for William O Hammick b 1623 in Ermington Devon England who came to the US sometime before 1669 when he married Grace unknown in Richmond Co. Virginia. He was the first I have heard of in my line to come, with help from another Hammick researcher who had found this. We are researching the Hammicks from England but you are welcome to post to the site with questions to other subscribers that may know. The site address is: HAMMICK-ENGLAND-L@rootsweb.com Eve Thanks for the note. I am still researching. Probably always will be..lol Have grands this summer so haven't spent as much time on it as I would like. Guess that is more a winter activity here in Ohio. I am Betty Hammack Rees Parents Marvin Thomas "Bob" Hammack & Lorene Odell Henry B 1921 Williamson Co Tx Grand Parents William Thomas Hammack B Williamson Co Tx & Annie Lee West B Milam co tx GG Green ? Hammock b 1845 Ark & Mary Catherine Davis b Tenn this Green is my brick wall found the marriage license shows GB Hammack I know he died in the texas state hospital. betty Eve

    08/04/2005 06:50:33
    1. Hammick List
    2. Just a quick note to ask how you are all doing with your research? The list has been so silent I wonder if you are still on your ancester search? I have found a new Hammick cousin recently so that always gets me going again. If you are still interested let me know. Eve

    07/30/2005 05:32:27
    1. Hammick family
    2. Hi All We have a growing list although very quiet! Would everyone please re-post their interests in the Hammick family so the new subscribers can see if they are connected to any of us or if they can add something for someone or us to them. That it the purpose of this mailing list to help each other, isnt that why you are a subscriber? So come on and post your brick walls or Hammick family trees there maybe a cousin or two, right here. Or someone who can fill in those blanks and push down those brick walls. Eve My Hammick family is not very big! Thomas William Hammick b 1830 Charlotte Eliza Hammick b 1853

    11/19/2004 06:22:59
    1. Re: LDS Library
    2. I certainly agree its a great place to go and look...! Ive heard all kinds of things about it, all untrue eg. expensive, your have to be a Latter Day Saints member, they try to get you to join their church etc. you have to pay for everything. Charnee have you posted your Hammick interests yet? Eve

    09/15/2004 07:32:48