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Hazen Kimball, a prominent Savannah merchant, was a native of Concord, New Hampshire. The son of John and Anne Kimball, he owned his own mercantile establishment here in Savannah. Kimball was active in many aspects of society. He served as both Treasurer and Secretary Pro Tem of the Chamber of Commerce; he was a member if the New England Society of Georgia and he was a member of the Savannah Library Society. Upon his death, because he never married, his brothers, sisters, nieces, and nephews all received portions of his estate as his lawful heirs.
Bitler, Catherine A., "Hazen Kimball: Savannah Factor (1767-1819)" (1986). Savannah Biographies. 195.