- The 1850 Federal Census shows an Elizabeth Hammond, age 91, living in the household of another Elizabeth Hammond, age 41, a man -(Augustus?)- Hammond, age 26, and Harriet Frazier (?), age 34. Note that two of Elizabeth’s grandchildren Elizabeth and Denton Hammond married each other and named their second daughter Harriet Frasure Hammond. And the 1860 Federal Census shows Elizabeth Hammond, a. 50, living with Harriet Frazier, a. 47, and Denton Hammond, a. 37, a merchant with $500 in real estate and $1,000 in personal property -- Elizabeth Duckett Hammond has died but the people in her household in 1850 still live together and a Jacob Frazier, a. 27, is listed 2 households away -- ARE THEY A CLUE TO HER FAMILY?
Based on Greg Stone’s research, Elizabeth Duckett Hammond left a portrait of her grandmother to her niece Harriet Frasure (or Frasier). (Apparently this can also be found at Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 1, Hammond Family, Page 267, but I have not seen that source.)
(Elizabeth Duckett, daughter of Jacob Duckett Sr. and Sarah Odell, married Levi Casey in So. Carolina. Sarah Odell Duckett is buried in the Casey graveyard in S.C. Jacob and Sarah Duckett are in this database but not attached to this Elizabeth. Here’s the question: I show that Sarah O. Duckett moved some time between 1764 and 17774 to S.C. with her eldest son Jacob who ALSO married a woman named Sarah Odell. Could Elizabeth Duckett, wife of Levi Casey, be the son of Jacob JR, and the wife of Ormond Hammond be the daughter of Jacob Duckett SR)
Also, source says “his widow” was 79 when she died in 1867. That would mean she was born in 1788. Dates I have show that the children were born in the late 1780’s - was Elizabeth Duckett the “widow” referred to or did she die earlier and Ormond remarried? (Note that Newman is notoriously vague and often incorrect.) [1, 3, 4]