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29. Calvin Freemont HAMMOND (14) (15)(16) (9)(17) was born on 10 Sep 1827 in Springfield, Essex, NJ. He died on 3 May 1906. (18) He was buried in Union Corners Cemetery, Java, Wyoming, NY. (14) Hist. Wyoming - 1963 - Union Corners Cemetery is located on the town line between Java and Wetherfield, Lot #7, Range 3, and is immediately south of the North Java to Wethersfield Springs highway. The gravestone inscriptions were copied in 1951 at a time when the grounds were overgrown and it is probable that burials were overlooked. In other cases the condition of the stones was such as to make a record impossible. Calvin was the proprietor of the Sodom Saw Mill. In 1853 he settled in Wethersfield and 1874 in North Wethersfield. His principal occupation was that of a joiner. In 1903 he was living Perry.
In 1870 and 1880 they were living in Wethersfield. In 1900 they lived on 112 Center St., Perry.

He was married to Reaville C. PUTNAM (daughter of Henry PUTNAM and UNKNOWN) on 24 Dec 1850. (13) Reaville C. PUTNAM (17) was born about 1832 in NY.(19) She died on 21 Jul 1893 in Norwich, NY. (20) She was buried in Union Corners Cemetery, Java, Wyoming, NY. (14) She was from the town of Orangeville. Calvin Freemont HAMMOND and Reaville C. PUTNAM had the following children:

child+55 i. Emily (Emma) HAMMOND.
child56 ii. Leander HAMMOND was born about Feb 1858 in NY. (18)(9) He died on 5 Feb 1875. (18)
child+57 iii. Arthur Horton HAMMOND.
child58 iv. Ella C. HAMMOND(18) (16) Photo was born on 8 Apr 1861 in Wethersfield, Wyoming, NY.(18) She died on 5 Dec 1931 in Wyoming, Wyoming, NY. (18) She was buried in Union Park Cemetery, Wethersfield, Wyoming, NY.(18)(16) The entire community was shocked on Saturday morning Dec. 5, 1931, to learn that Miss Ella Hammond had suddenly died at the Geo. Haxton bean house, at the depot. Miss Hammond left for her work at the usual time, riding with Mrs. Blatchford. About halfway Mrs. Blatchford had some tire touble and the ladies started to walk the rest of the way to the depot. She reached the bean shop and walked upstairs and suddenly died. She came to Wyoming 24 years ago and for a time was the housekeeper for her brother A.H. Hammond who died in the same sudden manner. Since his death she has lived in her home on Maple Street.
child+59 v. Frank O. HAMMOND.