John Hammond

     John Hammond was the son of Isaac Hammond and Mary Boon. John Hammond was christened on 5 December 1830 in Combs, Suffolk.

Joseph Hammond

(circa 1873 - )
     Joseph Hammond was born circa 1873 in Combs, Suffolk. He was the son of Abraham Sutton Hammond.

Mark J. Hammond

(circa 1841 - )
     Mark J. Hammond was born circa 1841 in Combs, Suffolk. He was the son of William Hammond and Mary Sutton.
     The marriage of Mark J. Hammond and Eliza Baker was registered in Stow RD, Suffolk, in the December 1867 quarter.

Child of Mark J. Hammond and Eliza Baker

Mary Hammond

(circa 1808 - )
     Mary Hammond was born circa 1808 in Combs, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Isaac Hammond and Mary Boon. Mary Hammond was christened on 24 January 1813 in Combs, Suffolk.

Mary Ann Hammond

(circa 1832 - 1919)
     Mary Ann Hammond was born circa 1832 in Monk Soham, Suffolk. She may be the Mary Hammond, aged 9 in the 1841 census, daughter of John Hammond & his wife Charlotte Arbin, at Monk Soham, but there are several other possibilities and not identifiable in the 1851 census. She was the daughter of John Hammond.
     The marriage of Mary Ann Hammond and Elijah Cocksedge, son of William Cocksedge and Mary Marshall, was registered in Thingoe RD, Suffolk, in the June 1852 quarter.
     Mary Ann Hammond and Elijah Cocksedge arrived per "Australasia" on 5 December 1852 at Australia from Plymouth.
     Mary died in 1919 in Muswellbrook, New South Wales. She was aged 87.

Children of Mary Ann Hammond and Elijah Cocksedge

Robert Hammond

(5 December 1830 - )
     Robert Hammond was christened on 5 December 1830 in Combs, Suffolk. He was the son of Isaac Hammond and Mary Boon.

Ruben Hammond

(circa 1872 - )
     Ruben Hammond was born circa 1872 in Combs, Suffolk. He was the son of Abraham Sutton Hammond.

Sarah Hammond

(circa 1811 - )
     Sarah Hammond was born circa 1811 in Combs, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Isaac Hammond and Mary Boon. Sarah Hammond was christened on 24 January 1873 in Combs, Suffolk.

Spencer H. Hammond

(circa 1868 - )
     Spencer H. Hammond was born circa 1868 in Shelland, Suffolk. He was the son of Mark J. Hammond and Eliza Baker.

William Hammond

(circa 1815 - Aug 1844 age 29)
     William died Aug 1844 age 29 in Combs, Suffolk. He was born circa 1815. He was the son of Isaac Hammond and Mary Boon.
     William Hammond married Mary Sutton, daughter of Abraham 2 Sutton and Elizabeth Goymour, on 22 September 1834 in Combs, Suffolk. William Hammond was buried on 25 August 1844 in Combs, Suffolk.

Children of William Hammond and Mary Sutton

John Hammonds

     John Hammonds married Ann Popplewell, daughter of John Popplewell and Mary Bancock, on 13 February 1783 in Spadling, Lincolnshire.

Alice Hampson

(before 1570 - )
     Alice Hampson was born before 1570 in Suffolk, England.
     Alice Hampson married William Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge, on 16 October 1588 in Rougham, Suffolk.

Child of Alice Hampson and William Cocksedge

Alice Hamsworth

     Alice Hamsworth married Robert Thornton, son of Robert Thornton and Janet Carr, on 26 January 1613/14 in Clapham, Yorkshire, England.

Child of Alice Hamsworth and Robert Thornton

Cassandra Hancock

(circa 1705? - )
     Cassandra Hancock was born circa 1705? In Suffolk.
     Cassandra Hancock married John Cocksedge on 21 April 1726 in Gazeley, Suffolk.

John Hancock

(23 June 1922 - 19 July 1981)
     John Hancock was born on 23 June 1922 in Killarney, Kerry.
     John died on 19 July 1981 in Toowoomba, Queensland, aged 59.

Child of John Hancock

John Winton Hancock

(18 March 1949 - 18 March 1949)
     John died on 18 March 1949 in Toowoomba, Queensland. He was born on 18 March 1949 in Toowoomba, QLD. He was the son of John Hancock.

Mary Hancock

(circa 1670 - 1721 or 1731)
     Mary Hancock was born circa 1670 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. She was the only daughter of Rev. Rowland Hancock of Shirecliff Hall. But Beckwith in Yorkshire pedigrees calls her daughter and co-heir. He was an ejected minster at Shefffield.
The Rev. ROWLAND HANCOCK came first to Sheffield as under-master of the Free Writing School. He became afterwards vicar of Ecclesfield, but relinquished the benefice at the Restoration to the old incumbent. In 1661 he was elected assistant minister by the burgesses. But as his right to the living was disputed, a meeting was held at the church June 11, 1662, Sir John Bright and others being present, when it was resolved-" That as for matter of title, Mr. Hancock is now an assistant, the burgesses will be ready to maintain." In the following August, however, this resolution was rescinded, and the old incumbent replaced,- a decision which the Act of Uniformity, which came into operation immediately after, confirmed. The passing of the Five-mile Act drove Mr. Hancock from Sheffield, and compelled him to take refuge at Bull-House, the residence of Mr. Rich. On the indulgence Mr. H. returned to Sheffield, and to his on n house at Shiercliffe Hall, and he preached at Attercliffe, and at Brookside, near Bradfield, where he could escape from hostile eyes. Though not a man of university education, Mr. H. was "a very good scholar, and a man of fine parts as well as real piety."
Her father was also a dissenting divine, who had been admitted vicar of Ecclesfield in 1656 and displaced when the sequestered vicar was restored in 1660. He then became an usher of Sheffield Grammar School, and was chosen by the burgesses as one of their assistant ministers, but did not occupy the post. When the five mile act was passed he left Sheffield and in 1668 was taken near Sheffield and committed to York Castle for preaching. Later he became a tenant of Shiercliffe Hall, where he was licenced as a preacher under the Declaration of Indulgence in 1672, being co-pastor of a Congregational church there for a time. When in 1689 his daughter Mary married, she took with her a marriage portion of £400: this at a time when £100 a year was considered a handsome income, and £500 an estate which justified retirement from business. The young couple lived in part of Shiercliffe Hall. Joseph's will mentions his cousin Samuel Handcock..
     Mary Hancock married Joseph Banks, son of Robert Banks and Margaret Frankland, on 5 August 1689 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He married Mary, daughter of Rowland Hancock, of Shirecliffe Hall 5 Aug 1689, and had with her a fortune of £400. "As soon as his articles expired".
     Mary died in 1721 or 1731. She died in 1731 according to Cameron..

Children of Mary Hancock and Joseph Banks

Mona Hancock

     Mona Hancock married Stanley Grenfell Hutchins on 8 April 1939. They had one daughter and one son.

Elizabeth Hancocke

     Elizabeth Hancocke was born in Yorkshire, England.
     Elizabeth Hancocke married William Rich, son of Thomas Rich and Elizabeth Creswick, on 30 July 1615 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Children of Elizabeth Hancocke and William Rich

(?) Handcock

(22 February 1835 - )
     (?) Handcock was born on 22 February 1835 in Dublin. On the 22d ultimo, at her father's house, Rutland-square, Dublin, the lady of George Handcock, Esq., of a son.. He was the son of George Handcock and Elizabeth Alicia French.

Abigail Handcock

     Abigail Handcock was born in Ireland. She was the daughter of Sir William Handcock and Elizabeth Coddington.
     Abigail Handcock married Edward Griffith circa 1713 in Ireland.

Children of Abigail Handcock and Edward Griffith

Abigail Handcock

     Abigail Handcock was the daughter of William Handcock and Susan/Sarah Warburton.
     Abigail Handcock married Mark Rainsford.

Abigail Handcock

(circa 1653 - 6 January 1720)
     Abigail Handcock was born circa 1653 in Twyford, Westmeath, Ireland. She was the daughter of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley.
     Abigail died on 6 January 1720 in Castlebellingham, Louth, Ireland. She had married Col Thomas Bellingham on 5 Feb 1671 at Fevy, Westmeath.

Abigail Handcock

     Abigail Handcock was the daughter of Rev Elias Handcock and Catherine Smyth.

Abigail Handcock

     Abigail Handcock was the daughter of Thomas Handcock and Dorothy Green.
     Abigail Handcock married Edward Lucas as her second husband, in 1723..

Abigail Handcock

(9 August 1701 - )
     Abigail Handcock was christened on 9 August 1701 in St Peter, Dublin. Abigail daughter of Archdeacon Handcock and Jane his wife. She was the daughter of Rev Matthew Handcock and Jane Unknown.

Adam Handcock

(before 1680 - )
     Adam Handcock was born before 1680 in Ireland. He was the son of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley.
     Adam Handcock and Sir William Handcock, Rev Matthew Handcock, Very Rev Stephen Handcock, Hannah Handcock, George Rochford, John Rochford and Capt Chichester Phillips were beneficiaries in William Handcock's will dated 20 June 1705 in Dublin, Ireland.

Adam Handcock

(10 July 1707 - )
     Adam Handcock was christened on 10 July 1707 in St Bride's, Dublin, Ireland. They resided at Georges Lane. He was the son of Rev Matthew Handcock and Elizabeth Best.

Alfred Handcock

( - before 11 July 1865?)
     Alfred Handcock was the son of William Elias Handcock and Margaret Phillips.
     Alfred died before 11 July 1865? In Poona, India.

Alicia Handcock

( - 13 August 1828)
     Alicia Handcock was the daughter of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French.
     Alicia Handcock married Richard Boyle Bagnal on 27 April 1813.
     Alicia died on 13 August 1828.