I have just received information that the name of the first wife of Abraham (son of immigrant) and mother of his children was Sarah WORSHAM b. ca 1644, dau of John William WORSHAM b. ca 1625, Charles City, Jordan Parish, VA, d. bef 1661 in Henrico Co., VA and Elizabeth LITTLEBERRY, b. 1623, d. 23 sep 1678, Henrico Co., VA. It has been accepted by most researchers that he (may) have married his headright, Sarah Sumerseals/Sumerscales, sometime between 1688-1691, which would have been too late for her to have been the mother of his children and that he must have married before her. Has anyone ever heard of Sarah WORSHAM as his first wife?
Just wanted to let all my Womack family know that I have finally posted a page on Family Tree Maker Online. If you can't get to it by url, Please go to FTM HomePages. It is listed under my name. I have info on Womack, Howell, Moree, & Davis lines from Tennessee. URL is http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/a/u/Connie-J-Baumann/
Looking for parents of Shephard Lafayette Womack b. 9 Jan. 1848 in Pekin,Ill. in Pulaski Co. Karnak, Ill. He lived in in Hardin County - Elizabethtown and was a Civil War Veteran. Married Sarah Orilla Rose 19 March 1870.
Should have mentioned before, my homepage can be found on FTM under Connie's Family Homepage.. Also, for all of you Polk County, Tn researchers...Viola Jones has just had her book, "Polk County, Tn Marriage Records, 1894-1970" reprinted. This book is available for $28.00. Has Womac/Womacks listed. If you wish to order this book, please contact me and I will give you her address & phone number. She is not online. She also has published other books for genealogy purposes. I am not affiliated with Viola or any publishing company, just thought this might be of interest to other researchers.
Greetings, everyone! I am in a quandary and am hoping someone may be able to help me out. Abram James Womack b. 11/23/1817 in Washinton Co. AL m. Rebecah Jane Franklin 5/25/1837 in Rankin Co. MI. They had 9 children and ended up in Texas. Our family records have shown Abram's Father as Richard IV, but I recently found a listing of Richard's children and Abram was not listed. Can anyone a: verify that Richard is NOT Abram's father, or b: let me know who Abram's father is? Drop me a line!
Hello! My lst cousin Ray Bryan WOMACK introduced me to genealogy five years ago and I haven't recovered since. I don't really get into the WOMACKS because that's not our common line, but I know there are many connections between our branches. I am researching SCHMIDT, HARPER, COLLINS, FORRESTER, PHILLIPS in western NC, eastern Tn, northern Ga. For example, my gggrandfather (John) Pleasant HARPER, b abt 1825 in Cocke Co, lived, however, in Bradley Co, Tn, d as Union soldier 14 Apr 1865 in Stark's Landing, Al. He was married to Sarah FORRESTER, b abt 1824, prob in eastern Tn. Would like to exchange with persons working on these names. Thanks, Mary Anne Burkhart Kuebel (living in Germany over 26 yrs.)
Hello everyorne! This is a really great page, thanks to all who are responsible for it. I am looking for information on two of my 3rd g Grandmothers who were Wommacks. The first is Nancy Wommack, b 07/10/1784 in Halifax, Halifax, VA, d 11/04/1851 in New Hope, Lincoln, MO, m William Watts. The second is Jane Wommack, b 12/21/`800 in Sumner Co., TN, d 03/27/1848 in St. Louis Co., MO, m 1817 to Bryson Wiseman Hammack. I do not know the relationship between Nancy and Jane, but their children, Mordica R. Watts and Mary Amanda Hammack were married, and were my 2nd g Grandparents. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
Just found this page.Great that there are so many Womacks interested in their cousins. My father was Wilbur Frank Womack. b 1900 d1950. His brother was James. Sisters Anne and Maybelle. All from Birmingham, Al. James resided and died in KY. James married to Annabelle. One daughter. Any info?
The "CSA Tombstone Dedication Service" for DAVID WOMACK, is scheduled for Saturday morning, October 4, 1997 at the Jacobs Chapel Cemetery, in Tippah County, MS. Descendants and all other WOMACK's are cordially invited to attend. David served several years in the Confederate Army even though he was almost 50 years old. He was b. in Halifax Co., NC, c1815, the son of Carter & Catherine Womack. He married Adeline (?) abt.1835 and they had the following children: Mary Ann, William Calvin, Zachannie C., Alice C., Louiser C., & John D. David married (2) Elizabeth Jane WARD KENT, and had the following children: Cordelia Elizabeth, Sarah (Sallie),(she md. James COX & moved to Cleveland Co., Ark.) and George C. Womack. Some allied familes are: ALLEN, LINDSEY, HODGES, NABORS, GOBER, CLARK, CAPPLEMAN, COX, CHILDERS, WELCH, and BARKLEY. For further information contact me. Ann_Crumpton@tamu-commerce.edu or call 903-994-2450 in the evening.
Hello Womac/Womack researchers. Just wanted to let you know that I just received a newspaper clipping of FRIENDSHIP SCHOOL in Polk Co., Tn from 1802. Has the following Womac's pictured: Charlie, Bertha, Serepta, Becky, & Stella. If anyone one like a photocopy of this, please e-mail me. Glad to send it. Other surnames in photo are: Burris, Coe, Stone, Hatcher, Davis, & Corn.
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, "King of the Cowboys" and Queen of the West. Roy says he's half-Kentuckian, His Mother, MATTIE WOMACK, was born and raised in Pactolus, Kentucky, a little community in Carter County. Does anyone have his mothers ancestry?
September 24, 1997 As a new internet user I hope I'm doing the right thing. I have gathered genealogical data from several sources and have traced my WOMACK roots back to Rankin Co. and Simpson Co., MS from Trinity Co., TX. My ggfather came to TX as a young boy with his father Wm. B. Womack and several wagons of other Womacks including his mother Sarah who was married to David Womack. I am having difficulty proving that Wm. B. was David's son as I have no census records or birth certificate. My father was Wm. Charles, gfather was Wm. Nathan, ggfather Wm. Henry, gggfather Wm. B. Womack. Thanks for any help anyone can give me.
Do any of you Womack cousins have the Womack FGS from Yates Publishing? I found a listing for Archy WOMACK and Amelia FLOWERS on the 'Computerized Ancestor' listing (Doc# 25024.001, Type 'P'). If anyone has this FGS, please e-mail me. I would like to contact the person who provided this information so we can exchange information. Thank you. Ann_Crumpton@tamu-commerce.edu
Looking for any information regarding Martha WOMAK who m. Joseph LeQUIRE. I have no dates for either of them, but assume they were born c 1825 -1835. They had 9 children: James Boy, Phoebe (b. 1852), Willis Womack (b. 1855), John Monroe (b. 1858), Joseph Smith (b. 1861), Andrew Johnson (b. 1864), W. Grayson (b. 1867), Clementine (Tiny)(b. 1873) and, Alice (b. 1876). I don't know where they lived, but it's probably in the NC/TN/VA/SC/GA area. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
If anyone is researching Womacks (MO>Lostine, OR)I have recently made contact with 1/2 Second Cousin still living in Lostine area. Her grandfather was John William Womack, son of my ggrandfather, Jacob Womack.
Aberham Womack is my 4th greatgrandfather, He married Elizabeth Shewmacker, thier children are: Visie, Seally, Nan, Al, Bill, Ike, Jim, & Menerva Visie m.John Marson, : Children- Martha, Mary, & Eliza. Seally m. George Robinson 01-Mar-1827 Pope Co.IL. Nan m James Beard, Al, m ?Pilot Any and all info would greatly be appreciated. Thank you for the page and helping me out. Denise Kneifel
ATTENTION ALL WOMACK DESCENDANTS within driving distance of Ripley, Tippah County, MS. There will be a CSA Tombstone Dedication for David Womack, CSA veteran on Saturday morning, Oct. 4, at Jacobs Chapel Cemetery, southeast of Ripley. The service will begin at 11 a.m., but come early and visit with other "Womack's". You just might find that long lost cousin you have been searching for. The Sons of the Confederate will be in charge of the service, and a gggrand-daughter will present a short genealogical sketch of David's life. David was born c1815 in Halifax County, NC the son of Carter & Catherine Womack. His son William Calvin Wammock, lived all his adult life in Tippah County and has many descendants in the area. Ya'll Come!!! [I can't currently receive e-mail at my addess so write me at: if you have questions.] Ann Crumpton questions or comments.
Hi, it's me again. My substitute e-mail address did't print in my last message for some reason, so here it is again: Colette_Newman@tamu-commerce.edu Thanks. Ann
Hi,I just found out that my Grandfather,Berton Lee Womack was born in Honey Grove,TX which is in Fannin Co.Tx on Oct.25,1903. I have tried several times t to post a query in the Fannin Co. GenWeb site for Lookups but have been unable to get the connection to work. I was wondering if anyone else had this problem and if they have any suggestions on some other way to get the census for 1900,Fannin Co. checked? I am trying to locate his parents John Franklin Womack and Rhoda Gertrude Black who should have been in Fannin Co. by 1900. I could really use the help! Thanks, Jeanie Hill