Gertrud Hammin
Peter Ham
(Abt 1686-After 1779)


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1. Anna Maria Catherina Sibylla (Widow)

Peter Ham 572

  • Born: Abt 1686
  • Marriage (1): Anna Maria Catherina Sibylla (Widow) in 1712 in Manor Of Livingston, New York
  • Died: After 1779

bullet  General Notes:

First apprears on the Hunter lists 30 June 1710 with 2 persons over 10 years and 1 person under 10, presumably a wife and child. The same family size of 2 persons over 10 and 1 person under 10 appears in lists at New York on 4 Aug 1710, 4 Oct 1710, and then at the Manor of Livingston on 31 Dec 1710 and 25 Mar 1711.

The entry for 29 Sept 1711 at the Manor shows one person over 10 and 1 person under 10, the entry at 24 Dec 1711 showing the same. On 25 Mar 1712 the entry reads 2 over 10 and 2 under 10 with the entry being for Peter Hamm and Andr. Bergman's widow. This would indicate that Peter's first wife died sometime between 25 March and 29 September 1711 and that he remarried Andrew Bergman's widow with one child sometime between 24 Dec 1711 and 25 Mar 1712.

28 Feb 1715/6: Peter Ham was naturalized (Albany Nats).

1716/17: Peter Hamen and Anna Maria Christiana Sibylla with 3 childern were at Quunsberg (Simmendinger Register).

Peter Ham was on the Livingston Debt Lists in 1718, 1721, and 1726.

13 June 1724: Listed among the Palatines who wish to remain on the Livingston Manor (Doc. Hist of NY (1850, III:433).

As his son was called Peter Ham, Jr. in the baptism record for Peter Jr.'s child in May 1755, Peter Sr. is probably also alive at this time.

bullet  Research Notes:

Jones,, pp329-331.


bullet  Events

residence, 1710-1717, East Camp, Queensbery, NY. 687,698


Peter married Anna Maria Catherina Sibylla (Widow), daughter of Friederich Streit and Anna Catharina Maul, in 1712 in Manor Of Livingston, New York. (Anna Maria Catherina Sibylla (Widow) was born about 1690 and died after 1740.)

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