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 Thomas H “Toll or Tolman” Hammons

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Thomas H “Toll or Tolman” Hammons

Birth
Holly Springs, Marshall County, Mississippi, USA
Death 1919 (aged 80–81)
Burial Whitefield, Haskell County, Oklahoma, USA
Memorial ID 13999523 View Source
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better known as "Toll" Hammons, served as a soldier of the Confederacy throughout the Civil War; married in 1866 to Martha Jane (Williams) Duke. Martha Jane Hammons died in 1879 and was buried near Hackett, Ark.

my great great great grandfather

pvt d 2 ms inf csa source:http://www.
geocities.com/Heartland/Forest/7014/
okcwvetsha.htm
added 10-2-07

2nd Mississippi Infantry
CO: D
Initial Rank: Private
Joined: Tuesday, October 1, 1861
Term: 1 year
Occupation: Farmer
Age: 22
Enrolled at: Iuka, MS
Enrolled By:Lt. Davenport
Promoted: No
ROH: No
Born: Mississippi
Marital Status: S
Residence: Pine Grove, MS

Wounded at 2nd Manassas on 8/29/1862 (according to engagements list. Not so noted in company muster roll remarks column for same period). Wounded at Sharpsburg on 9/17/1862. Captured at Gettysburg on 7/1/1863. Sent to Fort Delaware. Released on oath on 6/11/1865.
source:http://www.2ndmississippi.org/
2nd_miss_part_1/CoD/CoD10.html
added 10-2-07


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  • Created by: Jen
  • Added: 19 Apr 2006
  • Find a Grave Memorial 13999523
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/13999523/thomas-h-hammons : accessed ), memorial page for Thomas H “Toll or Tolman” Hammons (1838–1919), Find a Grave Memorial ID 13999523, citing Whitefield Cemetery, Whitefield, Haskell County, Oklahoma, USA ; Maintained by Jen (contributor 46784973) .