|Birth: ||Aug. 16, 1776|
North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Jul. 30, 1812|
Born to Aaron Mills and Charity Mendenhal Mills, she moved, with her family, to Jefferson County, Tennessee with Quaker leader, John Mills III, in 1796.
She would marry a Mills cousin, Issac Franklin Hammer at the Lost Creek Meeting House on 10Jan1798. There would be seven children from this union, one of whom would die in childhood.
Their eldest daughter, Lydia Mills Hammer, would marry twice and live out her years as a lifetime member of Lost Creek MM.
In your years rise up and bless them, for it is from them we have come, and where they now reside we too shall follow. Do not forget them, for to forget is to silence their words and make their lives as dust blown uselessly in the wind.
To speak my name is to make me live forever.
Aaron Mills (1749 - 1794)
Charity Mendenhall Mills (1754 - 1836)
Isaac Hammer (1763 - 1837)*
Lydia Mills Hammer Morgan (1799 - 1855)*
Henry Hammer (1801 - 1874)*
Rachel Hammer Beals (1806 - 1870)*
John Hammer (1808 - 1836)*
Laban Hammer (1812 - 1889)*
Hannah Mills Hammer (1776 - 1812)
Henry Mills (1780 - 1833)*
Seth Mills (1780 - 1876)*
Damaris Mills Locke (1784 - 1858)*
Moses Mills (1787 - 1828)*
Charity Ellen Mills Gwin (1789 - 1876)*
Lost Creek Friends Burial Ground
Created by: Scot Lady
Record added: Sep 24, 2012
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