554. Reuben Sheridan NEWMAN was born in June 1877 in Harrod's Creek, Jefferson, KY.1949,1950 She appeared in the census in 1880 in Springdale, Jefferson, KY.1737 She appeared in the census in 1900 in Harrods Creek, Jefferson, KY.1949 Reuben died on 11 August 1904 at the age of 27 in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA.1951 She was buried after 11 August 1904 in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA.1952 She had her estate probated on 5 December 1904 in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA.1953 Reuben has reference number 667.1954 Notice bound in the 1867 bible
HAMMOND - In this city, August 11, 1904, Reuben Newman Hammond, Beloved wife of Dr. Robert Ray Hammond, a native of Kentucky, aged 26 years, 1 month and 25 days.
Reuben Sheridan NEWMAN and Robert Ray HAMMOND were married on 12 December 1900 in Presbyterian Church, Harrod's Creek, , KY.1955 They were at home at 643 North Hunter St after January 1, 1901 Robert Ray HAMMOND1956,1957, son of John HAMMOND and Emma Elizabeth RAY, was born on 19 May 1874 in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA. He graduated on 8 December 1897 in Cooper Medical College, Stanford University, San Francisco, SF, CA.1958 He appeared in the census in 1900 in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA.1959 [Principal] was listed in in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA city directory in in 1902.1960 In 1904 Robert became a member of Masonic Lodge No. 191961 [Principal] was listed in in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA city directory in in 1904.1962 He appeared in the census in 1910 in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA.1963 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Office]1964 In 1920 he was a physician in 303 F & M Bk Bldg.1965 In 1925 Robert was a physician in 303 United Bk & Tr Co bldg, Stockton, San Joaquin, CA.1966 [Principal] was listed in in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA city directory in in 1932.1967 He was buried in October 1932 in Rural Cemetery, Stockton, San Joaquin, CA.1968 He died on 1 October 1932 at the age of 58 in Stockton, San Joaquin, CA.1969,1970 Robert has reference number 416. According to family history: (taken down verbatim from Abby Hammond's handwritten notes as accurately as possible)
Robt. Ray Hammond, MD, Captain in the World War (I).
Was appointed by Franklin Martin of Washington, DC, Chairman of the Medical Defense of San Joaquin County, and after calling two meetings succeeded in obtaining a number of volunteers for the Medical Service - Volunteered his services.
Was sent to San Francisco July 14, 1918 for a very interesting course in War surgery. Remained there about four weeks. Then proceeded to Camp Lewis, Washington State, where he remained about six weeks. While there he was in charge of influenza wards.
Ordered to Camp Crane, Allentown, Penn. and from there to port of embarkation. Had received over-sea orders when he was sent out to fight the influenza in Penna.
He had for his territory, Pine Grove and seventeen surrounding towns where conditions were appalling. He established a hospital in Pine Grove and he and the two Lieutenants under him ran the hospital and covered the seventeen towns and Pine Grove each day - all the local MD's being victims of the disease. He used the cubical system in the hospital and obtained the best results and received the highest recommendations from the Colonel for the efficiency of the hospital and the services of the men.
Sailed Nov. 3rd and land in Saint Maga ire Nov. 12th. From there he west to Le Blanc where he remained until January 14th, 1919. While there he was placed in charge of the Base Hospital and after closing the hospital was sent to the large Aviation Center Romorautin, near Gievers (pronounced Gieves). From there he was sent to the U.S. with troups by the Chief Surgeon of the American Expeditionary Forces.
He was embarked for over-seas when Peace was declared and all soldiers were taken off leaving just the Doctors and nurses. He experienced the thrill of an unsuccessful torpedo attack and landed in France the day the Armistice was signed. Returned to U.S. the next spring April 1919.
His address was
This address was not used by the Government after he reached France and he never received one of our letters.
He served as Chief of Staff of St. Joseph's Hospital, Stockton, CA; President of the San Joaquin Medical Society, Fellow of the American Society of Surgeons; member St. John's Episcopal Church, served as vestryman for many years.
Dr. Robert Ray Hammond left last Wednesday for Kentucky, where he will be married next week to Miss Newman of Harrol's Creek in the Blue Grass state. Dr. Hammond and his bride will be at home at 643 North Hunter street after January 1, 1901
Reuben Sheridan NEWMAN and Robert Ray HAMMOND had the following children: