Francis Asbury Hammond personal and family correspondence, 1865-1937
Scope and Contents
Consists of personal correspondence between Francis Asbury Hammond and various members of his family (son Samuel Smith Hammond, wife Martha Jensina Marcussan Hammond, daughter Amelia May Hammond Allred, son John Howard Hammond, and others) or friends, or between other Asbury family members and their siblings or friends, etc. Includes miscellaneous envelopes, portions of unsigned letters, newspapers, ads, etc. Dated 1865-1937.
- Hammond, Martha Jensina Marcussan, 1850-1935 (Person)
- Hammond, Francis Asbury, 1822-1900 (Person)
- Allred, Amelia May Hammond, 1877-1910 (Person)
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Francis Asbury Hammond (1822-1900) was a shoe and saddle maker, and missionary, bishop, and stake president for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Francis Asbury Hammond (1822-1900) was a shoe and saddle maker, and missionary, bishop, and stake president for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Francis Asbury Hammond lived a number of places, including Hawaii; San Francisco, California; and Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Bluff, Utah. He served missions to the Hawaiian Islands and the eastern United States, served as a bishop in Huntsville, Utah, and as president of the San Juan Stake, all for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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