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Infant Hamman

Birthdate:
Birthplace: en route to Kentucky
Death: Died in Crab Orchard, Lincoln, Kentucky
Cause of death: Died as infant, during Indian attack
Immediate Family:

Son of Phillip Hamman, "Savior of Greenbrier" and Christina Hamman
Brother of John Hammond; Nancy Hamman; Mary Polly Cope; James Hamman; Elizabeth C. Lacy and 7 others
Half brother of Sarah Hall

Managed by: Austin Drake Worthington
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About Infant Hamman

In 1782, Phillip Hamman, his family, and the Baughmans began their move to Kentucky. Along the Wilderness Road at Dix River, near the town of Crab Orchard in Lincoln County, tradegy befell the party when Indians attacked their camp.

Henry Baughman, Sr. was killed giving his relatives a chance to escape when Indians opened fire on the group about eight miles above Crab Orchard. Among those killed were: Hamman's unnamed son, only seven days old.

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Infant Hamman's Timeline

1782
October 10, 1782
en route to Kentucky
October 17, 1782
Crab Orchard, Lincoln, Kentucky

Phillip Hamman's unnamed son was killed at only seven days old during an attack by Indians on his family along the Wilderness Trail, along with several older family members.

October 17, 1782
1782
Crab Orchard, Lincoln, KY, USA

In 1782, Hamman, his family, and the Baughman's began their move to Kentucky. Along the Wilderness Road at Dix River, near the town of Crab Orchard in Lincoln County, tradegy befell the party when Indians attacked their camp. Several accounts of this event are recorded in history.

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Crab Orchard, KY, USA