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General William Hammond
(Abt 1815-)
Sarah L. Turner
(1819-1915)
Jennie M. Hammond
(1858-1953)

 

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Jennie M. Hammond 34

  • Born: Sep 1858, Michigan 34
  • Died: 1 Jun 1953, Berkeley, Alameda, CA at age 94 31
  • Buried: 4 Jun 1953 31
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Residence, 10 Jun 1860, Sault Sainte Marie, Chippewa, MI. 18 Living here are William as head, wife Sarah, and children John P., Ermina P., Hulda A., Estelle S, Jennie (Joanna?) M.

Residence, 3 Jun 1870, Marshall, Calhoun County, MI. 24 Living here are Sarah as head, Hulda, Estelle, Jenni, Charles, and William.

Residence, 7 Jun 1880, 516 3rd. St., San Jose, Santa Clara, CA. 25 Living here are Sarah L. Hammond as head, children Hulda A., Jennie M., Charles T., and William M. Also living here are William S. Greathead, his wife Estelle, and their son Arthur.

Occupation: teacher, 7 Jun 1880, San Jose, Santa Clara, California. 25

Residence: farm, 1 Jun 1900, San Jose, Santa Clara, California. 34 Living here were Sarah Hammond as head, daughters Hulda and Estelle Greathead and Jennie Hammond, and grandson Arthur Greathead.

Prune farm. See Arther W. Greathead.

Occupation: teacher, 1 Jun 1900, San Jose, Santa Clara, California. 34

Residence, 25 Apr 1910, 441 S. 2nd St., San Jose, Santa Clara, CA. 13 Living here are Sarah L. Hammond as head; Sarah E. Greathead, daughter; Jennie M. Hammond, daughter; Arthur W. Greathead, grandson, and Carrie A. Kover, servant.

Occupation: Clerk in the Post Office, 25 Apr 1910, San Jose, Santa Clara, California. 13

Occupation: Co-Owner of Colonial Cafeteria: 409-411 13th St., Oakland, , CA. 1

Residence: Roomer, 9 Jan 1920, 1425 Harrison St., Oakland, Alameda, CA. 14 All 3 owners of the Colonial Cafeteria were rooming here, the Coit Hotel. There are 127 roomers here.

Obituary: Oakland Tribune, 3 Jun 1953, Oakland, Alameda, CA. 378 Jennie Hammond Funeral Services Here Tomorrow
Funeral services will be held tomorrow for Jennie M. Hammond, 95, prominent Oakland clubwoman and restaurant owner, who died Monday at a Berkeley rest home.
Miss Hammond was a member of the firm of the Colonial Cafeteria. She was a past president of the Business and Professional Women's Club of Oakland, and a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Oakland and the Oakland Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
A native of Michigan, she had lived in Oakland for more than 44 years. She had been in failing health for nine years.
She was a "golden grad" from San Jose State College, having been graduated from the institution in 1878, when it was known as San Jose Normal School.
Before entering the restaurant business in Oakland, Miss Hammond taught music. She taught at Monterey in 1876 before completing her education and taught from 18978 to the early 1890s at San Jose schools.
Miss Hammond is survived by a sister, Mrs. Estelle Greathead of San Jose and a brother, William Hammond of Berkely.
Last rites will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Truman Mortuary, 2935 Telegraph Avenue, with Dr. Thomas F. Hudson officiating.




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