Biography of Henry V. Ham
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Ham, Henry V., was born in Saratoga, August 25, 1815. He was the son of John and Hanna (Johnson) Ham, he a native of Brunswick, and she of Greenbush. He went to Saratoga and engaged in farming, but removed to Greenbush and took a contract to clean off Green Island, and was drowned in 1835. Conrad Ham, the grandfather of Henry Ham, came from Dutchess county, N. Y., and was one of the pioneer settlers of the town of Brunswick; he died with his son in Troy. Henry Ham was educated in Troy and was married November 7, 1845, to Mary Miller, daughter of Timothy Miller of Oxford, England. To Mr. and Mrs. Ham have been born ten children: John H., Mary A., Thaddeus A., Wallace W. (born 1848 and died 1881), Freeman J., Alice M., Nathan, Sylvia W. (died August, 1860), Lincoln G. (died May 9, 1864), and Charles W. Mr. Ham was a bricklayer for six years, he then bought a farm near Troy in North Greenbush and has been for fifty eight years engaged in market gardening, general farming, and poultry business.

From:
Landmarks of Rensselaer County
BY: George Baker Aaderson
Published By: D. Mason & Co. Publishers
Syracuse, NY 1897


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