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Ammon Goode Hancock
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Birth: Apr. 7, 1815
Bedford County
Virginia, USA
Death: May 14, 1888
Lynchburg
Lynchburg City
Virginia, USA

Ammon G. Hancock is eldest of between 6-8 children of Justus Hancock and Harriet Walden. He married Charlotte Hewitt July 1 1851 in Bedford VA. Their children are James Hancock, Ernest Justus Hancock, Edwin Ammon Hancock, and Lily Hancock Thornhill. Additional reported children are William, Robert, Benjamin, Ammon Jr and Emma Hancock. Ammon was a prominent citizen and properous tobacconist in Lynchburg. With his nephews, and later with sons, he conducted tobacco manufacture under the names Hancock Bros & Co, Hancock & Sons, Hancock & Kinnier, and Hill City Steam Tobacco Works. 
 
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 Parents:
  Justus Hancock (1791 - 1845)
 
 Spouse:
  Elizabeth Charlotte Hewitt Hancock (1825 - 1894)
 
 Children:
  James Ammon Hancock (1852 - 1914)*
  Edwin Ammon Hancock (1857 - 1910)*
  Lily Hancock Thornhill (1864 - 1948)*
 
 Siblings:
  Ammon Goode Hancock (1815 - 1888)
  Samuel H Hancock (1818 - 1883)*
  John Henry Hancock (1821 - 1877)*
  Francis Hopkins Hancock (1823 - 1904)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Spring Hill Cemetery
Lynchburg
Lynchburg City
Virginia, USA
Plot: Lot 2 Section AR Grave #4
 
Created by: Donna Hancock
Record added: Jul 13, 2001
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Ammon Goode Hancock
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Ammon Goode Hancock
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Ammon Goode Hancock
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Papers, 1865, of Ammon Goode Hancock (1815-1888) of Lynchburg, Virginia, consisting of a Loyalty Oath, 24 May 1865, made by Hancock, and a pardon, 26 June 1865, from Andrew Johnson (1808-1875), President of the United States.
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- Virgil & DeAnna Hancock-Cooley
 Added: Dec. 8, 2001
 
 
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