|Father:||John Thomas Hammond, Sr. (1839-1909)|
|Mother:||Camsadel Lucinda Shipley (1842-1920)|
|Brother:||Albert Sydney Hammond (1863-1932)|
|Brother:||Rezin Howard Hammond (1864-1928)|
|Brother:||William Shipley Hammond, Sr. (1866-1924)|
|Sister:||Anna Catherine Hammond (1868-1873)|
|Brother:||John Thomas Hammond, Jr. (1872-1940)|
|Sister:||Armanella Hammond (1874-1953)|
|Brother:||Herbert Hammond (1875-1953)|
|Sister:||Daisie May Hammond (1877-1963)|
|Sister:||Camsadel Hammond (1878-1879)|
|Sister:||Stella Gertrude Hammond (1879-1959)|
|Brother:||Clarence Hammond (1882-1928)|
|Brother:||Richardson Thomas Hammond (1883-1952)|
|Husband:||John Henry Geis (1863-1930) married 1897-03-03.|
|Son:||John Hammond Geis, Sr. (1898-1981)|
|Son:||Raymond Stoll Geis (1905-1905) (b. 1905-01-09, d. 1905-09-07)|
|Son:||Robert Lee Geis (1907-1997)|
|Daughter:||Margaret Catherine Geis (1909-2005)|
|Place:||Anne Arundel County, MD, USA|
|Place:||Baltimore, MD, USA|
|Find A Grave:||Sallie S. Hammond Geis (1870-1926)|
Handwritten record of marriage - origin unknown.
|Geis & Hammond|
On Mar. 3 1897 John H. Geis of Brooklyn, A. A. Co. Md. and Mip|
Sarah Shipley daughter of John T. & Campsie Hammond
of Patapsco A. A. Co. Md.
Obituary - undated; spelling and punctuation as in original.
|MRS. J. H. GEIS.|
Mrs. Sallie Hammond Geis, 56 years|
old, wife of John H. Geis, Baltimore
lumberman, died at her city home, 2621
North Charles street, yesterday morning
after an illness of more than a year.
Mrs. Geis was the daughter of the
late John T. and Camsadell Hammond,
of Anne Arundel county. She was mar-
ried in 1897 to Mr. Geis. During the
summer months she lived in Andover
Farms, near Shipleys Station.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Geis is
survived by three children, J. Hammond
Geis, who is a member of the firm of
John H. Geis & Co., Inc.; Robert Lee
Geis, a student at the Baltimore Poly-
technic Institute, and Margaret Cath-
erine Geis, a pupil at the Girls' Latin
School; six brothers, Albert S. Ham-
mond, of Glen Burnie; Howard Ham-
mond, of Shipleys Station; Herbert
Hammond, of Reisterstown, and Clar-
ence, John and Richardson Hammond,
of Baltimore, and three sisters, Mrs.
Herman Schriner, of Relay; Mrs. Edgar
T. Read, of Easton, Md., and Mrs. John
D. Stoll, of Curtis Bay.