|Birth: ||Apr. 3, 1887|
|Death: ||Apr. 3, 1887|
Lived 4 hours The first death of occur in the Hambey families after they settled in the San Miguel Canyon area of Monterey Came upon a story, rainy April day in 1887. The newborn son of Richard & Victoria Hambey, Adolp, succumbed from birth complications. The family was unable to get to a Watsonville Doctor to save the baby due to the storm conditions. He died withing 4 house of birth on 3 April 1887. A burial spot was chosed for Adolph on a wooded knoll off of San Miguel Canyon Road upon the property where Richard Hambey I had built his family home.
Thus, the Hambey Cemetery was founded in 1887. When Adolph's four year old sister, Susan Tennessee Hambey, died the following year on 23 Dec 1888. she was buried beside him. A row of graves was started for those descending from Richard and Victoria Hambey.
Created by: Patricia Miljarak
Record added: Jul 27, 2007
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