|Father:||John Alfred Strevig (1889-1971) (b. 1889-08-21, d. 1971-10-??)|
|Mother:||Beulah P. Wolf (1894-1971) (b. 1894-01-07, d. 1971-??-??)|
|Husband:||John Henry Hammond, Sr. (1921-2011) married 1942-06-04.|
|Son:||John Henry Hammond, Jr. (1947- )|
|Son:||Richard Strevig Hammond (1953- )|
|Book:||The Shipleys of Maryland 1968, Dorothy Shipley Granger.|
|Correspondence:||John Henry Hammond, Sr.|
|Find A Grave:||Jane Wolf Strevig Hammond (1924-1957) (I assume her mother's middle initial, 'W', is really the initial of her maiden name, "Wolf".)|
|Find A Grave:||Mary Ruth Guerth Hammond (1925-2010) (John Henry Hammond, Sr.'s second wife, but the entry includes information about his first wife, Jane. Beulah Strevig's middle initial is given as 'P'.)|
The Gazette and Daily, York, Pennsylvannia, June 17, 1944.
Mr. and, Mrs. John A. Strevig announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Jane Wolf Strevig to Sgt. John Henry Hammond, U.S. Army Air Corps. The wedding took place Wednesday, June 7, at 8 o'clock, in the First English Lutheran church, Baltimore. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther Enders, pastor, officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. David Hennessey, wife of Lieut. David Hennessey, now serving in India, was matron of honor. Robert P. Harris [sic], associate editor of the Baltimore Evening Sun and brother-in-law of the groom, was best man. A reception was held after the ceremony at the bride's home.