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Jesse Hammer

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Son of Isaac Franklin Hammer and Lydia Morgan Hammer
Brother of Elisha Hammer; Aaron Hammer and Jonathan Hammer
Half brother of Henry S. Hammer; Rachel Beals; Nathan Hammer; John Hammer; Laban Hammer and 3 others

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Jesse Hammer in Nancy Miller Thompson Smith's 2015 book The Genealogy of the Rash and Hammer Families:

JESSE HAMMER
Born: 13 July 1785
Where: North Carolina or that part of North
Carolina that became Tennessee
Father: Isaac Hammer (56)
Mother: Lydia (Mendenhall) (57)
Married: (1) 1808 (Tenn. Marriage Certificate)
Where: Jefferson County, Tennessee
Wife: Rebecca Blackburn
Died: Before 1823
Married: (2) 18 January 1823
Where: Knoxville, Tennessee (Mar. License)
Wife: Lilah Underwood

Children of Jesse and Rebecca Hammer:
1. Elisha Hammer, born ca. 1810.
2. Joseph Hammer, born ca. 1812.
3. Diann Hammer, born ca. 1814.
4. Ira Hammer, born ca. 1816
5. Sarah Hammer, born ca. 1819, married Abram Beals at Lost Creek Meeting House on February 25, 1837. Prior to her marriage she requested a transfer to Newberry MM in Blount County, Tennessee on January 28, 1837.
6. (Female) Hammer, born ca. 1822.

Jesse Hammer was born in North Carolina or that part of North Carolina that became Tennessee. All of his children were by his first wife Rebecca. He was disciplined for his marriage out of unity by the Lost Creek MM on January 28, 1809. Rebecca and their four children were received by the Lost Creek MM on July 27, 1816. She died prior to May of 1823 when Jesse was disciplined for his marriage out of unity.

He married his second wife, Lilah, in Knoxville, Blount, Tennessee. She was probably some kin of his father’s third wife, Mary Stanley Underwood. Jesse transferred with three children by certificate to the Newberry MM in Knoxville, Tennessee on May 27, 1825; however, the Newberry Monthly Meeting did not receive a letter of transfer for the family. Since his wife, Lilah, was not a Quaker, the family probably joined another congregation. (op. cit., Hinshaw)

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