William Hammond was born 30 October 1575 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom to Thomas Hammond (1545-1589) and Rose Tripp (c1551-1605) and died 8 October 1662 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Payne (1586-1676) 9 June 1605 in Lavenham, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
Watertown Founders Monument
He is listed on Watertown Founders Monument, commemorating the first settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts. The town was first known as Saltonstall Plantation, one of the earliest of the Massachusetts Bay Colony settlements. Founded in early 1630 by a group of settlers led by Richard Saltonstall and George Phillips, it was officially incorporated that same year. The alternate spelling "Waterton" is seen in some early documents.
|Offspring of William Hammond and Elizabeth Payne (1586-1676)|
|Hannah Hammond (c1614-1685)|
|Anna Hammond (1616-1687)||14 July 1616 Lavenham, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom||25 February 1687 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States||John Lathrop (1584-1653)|
|Thomas Hammond (1618-1655)|
|Elizabeth Hammond (1620-1662)||28 October 1620 Lavenham, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom||1 July 1662 Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States||Samuel House (1610-1661)|
|Sarah Hammond (c1624-1708)|
|John Hammond (1626-1709)||2 July 1626 Lavenham, Suffolk, England||22 November 1709 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts||Abigail Salter (1623-1663) Sarah Nichols (1643-1688) Abigail Salter (1623-1663) Sarah Nichols (1643-1688) Prudence Wade (1637-1711)|
|William Hammond (-1675)|