My Maternal Fourth Great Grandfather, Eli Hammell, Tioga, New York

Hammell Family Crest

Tioga County, New York

Eli Hammell

Birth:  1795 Tioga County, New York, USA

Mar. 24, 1837 New York, New York, USA

Son of William & Catherine (Peevey) Hammell of Pennsylvania.
Husband of Mrs. Ellen Hammell (maiden name unknown) born in Ireland.


This unusual name has two possible origins, the first of which is Scottish but is ultimately of Norman origin, and is a locational surname from the place called “Haineville” or “Henneville” in Manche. The placename derives from the Germanic personal name “Hagano”, which means “hawthorn” and was originally a nickname, found in Medieval England as “Hain” and “Heyne”, with the Old French word “ville”, meaning settlement, village.

The surname as Ham(m)ill and Hom(m)ill was most commonly found in the area known as “Roughwood” in Ayshire. The second origin is from an Anglo-Saxon nickname for a scarred or marred person, from the Old English pre 7th “hamel” meaning “scarred, mutilated”.

On February 10th 1670, Leonard, son of Leonard and Elizabeth Hammell, were married in St. Giles Cripplegate, London. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of William de Hameville, which was dated circa 1194, in the Records of Holm Cultram, during the reign of King William of Scotland, known as “The Lion”, 1165 – 1214.

Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to “develop” often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling. 

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United States Muster Rolls of the Marine Corps
Name: Hammill
Event Type: Military Service
Event Date: 31 May 1813
Event Place: Sacket’s Harbor
Page: 135
Affiliate Publication Number: T1118 , Affiliate Publication Title: Muster Rolls of the United States Marine Corps, 1798-1892 , Affiliate Film Number: 6 , GS Film Number: 001694994 , Digital Folder Number: 005013629 , Image Number: 00212 United States Muster Rolls of the Marine Corps, 1798-1892
Citing this Record
“United States Muster Rolls of the Marine Corps, 1798-1892”, index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 23 Oct 2014), Hammill, 1813.

“Sacketts Harbour, Jefferson County, New York ; 
Because of its strategic protected harbor on Lake Ontario and the military installations built there, the village had national importance through the 19th century.
To support the War of 1812, the US Navy built a major shipyard and its headquarters for the Great Lakes at the village. Within a short period, more than 3,000 men worked at the shipyard. The Army constructed earthworks, forts, barracks and supporting infrastructure to defend the village and navy shipyard, and its troops also camped in town, which was overwhelmed by the number of military.
Soon after the war, the Army strengthened its defenses on the northern frontier by constructing Madison Barracks. Sacket’s Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site commemorates a battle and the contribution of the area to the United States defense during the War of 1812.”

New York Militia
23 Oct 1822
United States
Reason This Information Is Correct
Name: Eli Hammel
Event Type: Military Service
Military Beginning Rank: Private
Military Final Rank: Private
Military Side: Union
State or Military Term: New York
Military Unit:15th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery
Military Company:M
Affiliate Film Number:58
Affiliate Publication Title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of New York. , Affiliate Publication Number: M551 , GS Film number: 882114

name:Eli Hammell
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death date:24 Mar 1837
death place:New York, (City), New York
birth date:1795
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indexing project (batch) number:I10254-6
system origin:New York-EASy
source film number:447548
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Citing this Record
“New York Deaths and Burials, 1795-1952,” index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 16 Nov 2012), Eli Hammell, 1795; citing reference , FHL microfilm 447548.

Family links:

William Hammell (1768 – 1816)

Catherine Peevey Hammell (1776 – 1811)

Ellen Hammell (1797 – 1833)

Married: 1815 New York City, New York

Maria A. Hammell Linderman (1817 – 1884)

New York
Specifically: Burial site unknown
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS

Record added: May 15, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 110568893


My Maternal Third Great Grandmother, Maria “Mary” Hammell, English & Irish

Covered-bridge-newfield-new york

Old Covered Bridge, Newfield, Tompkins, New York

Maria A Mary <i>Hammell</i> Linderman

Maria A Mary <i>Hammell</i> Linderman

Maria A. “Mary” (Hammell) Linderman

Birth: 1817 Newfield, Tompkins County

New York, USA

Death: 7 March 1884
Winona County
Minnesota, USA

Daughter of Eli Hammell of New York and Ellen Hammell of Ireland (maiden name unknown).

Maria A. “Mary” Hammell married Abraham Linderman on 26 November 1834 in Newfield Twp, Tompkins County, New York.

Moved to Kane County, Illinois between 1837-8 with Abraham’s father, Ezekiel Linderman.

Moved to Winona, Winona County, Minnesota in 1856.

Maria A Mary <i>Hammell</i> Linderman





The old Linderman Home place was at: 231 E. Mark St., Winona, Winona County, Minnesota.

Mary & Abraham had one daughter, Mary Linderman.

The Linderman’s were Lutheran.

1865 Census for Winona, Minnesota shows:
name:Abraham Linderman
event date:1865
event place:Winona, 02, Winona, Minnesota, United States
family number:162
line number:72
film number:565716
digital folder number:004539664
image number:00891
Household Gender Age Birthplace
A Linderman M
Mary Linderman F
Joseph James M
Lizzie James F
Mary Linderman F
John Freeborn M
(source citation: website)

name: Mary Linderman
gender: Female
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death date: 07 Mar 1884
death place: Winona City, Winona County, Minnesota
age: 67
birth date: 1817
race: White
marital status: Married
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indexing project (batch) number: B59705-5
system origin: Minnesota-EASy
gs film number: 1377829
reference id: 159
Citing this Record”Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990,” index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 04 Mar 2013), Mary Linderman, 07 Mar 1884.

“Mary Linderman, wife of A. Linderman, died on the 7th. inst., at her home in this city in her 69th. year. As Mr. and Mrs. Linderman came to reside in Winona in April, 1856, her death takes another from the already diminished list of old settlers.For the past year Mrs. Linderman has been a sufferer from the disease which finally terminated in dropsy and death, but had the unremitting attention of the members of her family and other kind friends.Mrs. Linderman was a woman of marked industry and force of character, and many can testify to her great kindness of heart.A large company of friends were present at the funeral and followed the remains to their resting place in Woodlawn Cemetery, Winona, Minnesota.” (source publication: Winona Daily Republican Newspaper; Date: 1884 March 10; Page 3)

Family links:
Abraham Linderman (1811 – 1891)

Mary Linderman (1859 – 1924)

Woodlawn Cemetery
Winona County
Minnesota, USA

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Aug 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21069161