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Christina Hamman (Cook)

Birthplace: York, York County, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: Died in Valley Head, AL, USA
Place of Burial: DeKalb County, AL, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Capt. Valentine Cook and Rachael Susannah Cook
Wife of William Cook Hamman and Phillip Hamman, "Savior of Greenbrier"
Mother of John Van hamman; John Hammond; Infant Hamman; Nancy Hamman; Mary Polly Cope and 9 others
Sister of Adam Cook; Henry Cook; David Cook and Jacob Cook

Managed by: Austin Worthington
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About Christina Hamman

Christina Cook's father Valentine built Cook's Fort on the Greenbrier River in Virginia (now West Virginia) in 1770. She first met Phillip Hamman when he arrived at the fort five years later. At the time, he was twenty-five and she was twelve. Five years later the two were married.

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Christina Hamman's Timeline

York, York County, Pennsylvania, United States
August 19, 1781
Age 18
Greenbrier, Virginia
October 10, 1782
Age 19
en route to Kentucky
November 19, 1783
Age 20
Fayette, Kentucky
August 4, 1785
Age 22
Fayette, Kentucky
August 26, 1787
Age 24
Madison, Kentucky, United States
November 23, 1790
Age 27
Montgomery, Kentucky, United States
December 23, 1792
Age 29
Montgomery, Kentucky, United States