I am looking for the family of Carolyn Womack born 4-24-1838 in Oklahoma. Died in Kansas 6-16-1905. She married Elder Walker Ping 5-31-1857.
Re: Sam's message of 3/27. Good thought, I hope that it can be accomplished. I know that a lot of folks have done some digging on their own and are reluctant to distribute it widely in fear that someone will publish a book for monetary reasons. This is a problem that I currently face with my mother's family genealogy; a book is in process. I will probably help on this effort as I believe there is false or incompete information that will be published. Maybe this is how we should all look at the scenario: if it is going to be published, let's get it right the first time. Best regards to all. I really enjoy reading over the messages posted herein. Bob
[posted by webmaster] James Wammack, 1835-1879 Weldon, NC (Halifax Co) was my g/g/g/gf (also spelled Wommack in later years). Be glad to trade info on my research. Thanks, BJ Mason
Looking for Jerry Womack. He is listed in the WGN members listing, but he gave me an incorrect email address (email@example.com). Please contact me with correct email address or I will have to remove your listing. Thanks, Mark
Regarding Robert's message about other's publishing one's data: Make sure that copyright notices are prominently displayed on anything published on the web or otherwise. Sharing a few dates here and there is no big deal. But if you are going to do hard research and then make it available to others, then you need to put in a copyright. You'll notice a copyright notice on all WGN features and sources. It's there for a reason. If someone uses it, the author has recourse if they choose to enforce their copyright. But if you don't care if anyone uses it, then don't worry about it. One thing I would like to see more of is people self-publishing their research. It doesn't have to be hard-bound, professional, for-profit publishing. It's hard for me to beleive there is a profitable market in much of this Womack data. Instead publish a soft-bound version, make it available to those that want it, and then give it to the LDS library with permission for them to transfer it to microfilm. It will be available to other researchers FOREVER. You will go down in posterity. Future descendants will honor your name. You get the idea. That is what I am planning to do with the books I publish. Just some thoughts. -Mark
Hi, my first time at this! Michael Womackb. 1794, VA was my 5th gr,grandfather I follow down with his son Charles, b.1816,Bedford Co, TN then came Andrew Jackson b. 1816, Then Oliver Cromwell b 1869 and then my father, Thomas Roy b 1891. All but Michael were born in Bedford Co, TN I have been told there were 12 members of Andrews family that died from T.B. I have not been able to find anyone in my direct line doing research. Would like to hear from someone. E-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Ok, there are many of us who have homepages. Mark was discussing the possibiity of having to move from AOL because of limitations and the upload probs..I have did a bit of surfing, and have came up with 5 sites that list places where free space, from a little to as much as 10mb, is available, Some offer "X"mb free with addons for a small premium(geocities i.c. 6mb free, for $4.95 more, you got 20mb). I have signed on with both geocities and tripod..both support ftp upload, freeform or easy webpages, subdirectories,etc.. the URL where I have placed the consolidated list is at: http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/websites/index.htm Sorry for the long wind. But ran across a URL that had some Winn Parish, LA members of some Company K with a link back to another unit..not sure of which war and didnt pursue. But, this list had some Allens and about 5 Womacks on it. see at http://members.tripod.com/~pipeslines/k.html Happy Huntin and get all the freebies ya kin whilst they be theah!!
Does anyone have any idea what the Womack family crest looks like? I found a search site that returned a crest, but I have no proof of how authentic it is. If you are interested, the site is: www.infokey.com/hon/index.htm
JW On the crest, dont sent money, put in any name and the only difference is a couple words and the name is always highlighted..at present there is no KNOWN Womack crest, there was a fake some time back entered in the Womack Genealogy Newsletters....the only way to find if there is one is to send to the master of the whatever that keeps the heraldry in England..I am sure many have done so, but no crest yet.....
Regarding the Womack Coat of Arms: I cannot vouch for the authenticity of the arms that Sam has mentioned. I don't know if anyone knows if it is the real one or not. I will post it as a feature article in the near future for others to see. Also, I would be leary of any company that will give you your complete 'family history' and 'coat of arms'. They are interesting, but I don't know how accurate those are either. The best description of the origins of the Womack name that I have found is in Carlose Womack's _Descendants of William and Mary Jane Womack_. It is available through your local Family History Center and the LDS call number is listed in the WGN Bibliography. -Mark
April 5, 1998 from Daisy at email@example.com I want to thank everyone that responded to my message, You are a great group. I have most of the info that I need . However, I have tried to send messages to Sam and to Roger Womack but I can't get them to go. What do I do now? It says that their nets are not receiving them. Have checked addresses, serem okay. Daisy W. Goldenstein
Hi all, I am in the process of putting up a web page. for now click on Index.htm
I am looking for information on Carrie Wammack born 1870 She married W.A. Clark on 12/14/1890. She is the daughter of James W. Wammack born 12/15/1861 in Tippah County Mississippi if you have information on Carrie please E-Mail me. Thanks
As I mentioned earlier, getting info together and getting in on line for others to see is getting to be a priority we all need to look at. Today I sent to the local FHC, and altho I am not pleased with the compactness of the data(it is spread out beautifully in the floppie!); you may at your leisure check on some AR Womacks by going to: http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/arwomack/womack.html It is set up with a quasi-index so you can use your find feature to locate the data. Use your back feature of your browser to return to where you were before.. If you go there, please e mail me, both my E mail addresses are available by merely clicking, and let me know if you think my efforts are futile!
looking for ELIZABETH WOMACK B. ERA 1710 M. JOHN HATCHETT B. 1708 HENRICO CO. VA. D. 1773 CHARLOTTE CO. VA. ANYTHING WOULD HELP
To any of you who visited the URL above prior to the nite of Apr 8, sorry about the mess. It is now straightened out where the page can be more easily read..any of you who have AR connections that are not there and have info to add, please send me via E mail and I will work it into the page also.
Hi, For those that might be interested, I took Carolyn Powell's advice and ask for a look up in ALA. As a result, William R. Womack finally showed up somewhere. He is listed in the Old Records of Jackson Co, ALA as an original land owner of 40.10 1/2 acres in Twp 3 South Range 7 East Section 7. Certificate # 12085 dated 24 Dec 1838. I am going to try and get a copy of the deed to see if this being recorded at this late date because he is getting ready to sell and move to MO.
OK not that I got that mess straight have a few additions.. Two of these are AR WOMACK URLs.. One has the Bible Records of Jacob Womack JR and Elder Alexander Womack,, The other two are a conglomeration of E mails and letters and so on I have received, some backdating to 1974..perhaps some of you may have been the one who sent something..but then some arent and perhaps they may ring some dingers with someone now.. the URLs are: http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/arwomack/womack.html http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/arwomack/womack2.html http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/womack/bible.html http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/womack/wondr1.html http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/womack/wondr2.html
Hi, I am still trying to locate my Womacks origins. I have recently recieved a copy of my Grandfather's orginal social security application and on this he stated that he was born in Nashville, AR on Oct. 25,1903 and that his parents names were John Franklin Womack and Rhoda Black Asque. He filed for his social security in Ashdown, AR and was workig for Gibbs Cooperage Co. The date is 1-16-1937. If any of this information rings a bell with anyone I sure would appreciate it if you would get in touch with me. I am going to update my homepage as soon as I can get some more facts. Thanks so much to everyone who has responded in the past. It is great to see that there are so many others out there searching too! Thanks again, Jeanie
I just thought I would bring some of you up to date on WM R WOMACK. Still looking of course, but at the local library today, I found the reference to the land in Jackson Co. ALA. His name is listed as William Rowland Womack. Does this ring a bell with anyone? I also found Abner Clements Womack buying land in Jackson Co. ALA 1836; William Womack 1830; Jesse B. 1836; Drury 1832; Jesse 1832. All of this land was located in Twp 3 Range 6 E except for WR which was Range 7E. Also, found Levi B. Womack purchasing land from the Lusk/Lisk couple in 1835 and just Levi Womack purchasing land from Rhoda Collier in 1835. This was of interest because WM R. is given letters of Administration in 1871 in Ste Genevieve Co. MO for Levi B. Womack. This is only the second time I have seen a Levi B. in all the Womack information that I have looked into.
I am a decendent of Abner Clements Womack of Jackson Co., AL. He was Married to Isabella Patton. They had the following children: Alexander Preston womack, Mary Womack, Benny Womack, Abner Benton Womack, Charley Womack. GFeorge Thomas Womack, John Tipton Womack, and William Pleasant Womack. My g grandfather was Alexander Preston Womack. I would like to contact decendents of his brothers and sister.
Looking for last name of Hannah ? who married Wm. R. Womack c 1828-1830, in what is now called Smithville, TN. Wm. R. (10/20/1807, Rowen, N.C.) had a small son, Francis Marion at that time. Would also like to know what R. stands for, and name of Wm. R. and Hannah's parents. After their marriage they moved to Jackson Co, AL and had several children, then migrated to MO where Hannah had several more children before her death c 1852-1854.
I thought this was the best way to get this information to the largest number of Womack types. I received today from UNC Chapel Hill's library a bunch of letters from John Warburton Womack to his brother Jacob Lewis Womack ranging from 1831-1860. These are in the collection of Gen. Marcus Wright's papers in the Southern Historical Collection. The first point is that John writes to Jacob concerning the death of their brother Mansel Nolan Womack - he died in Greene Co., AL on Jan 6 1842. Therefore, he could NOT be the M. Womack in household 2 in the 1850 census of Butler Co., AL with wife Martha and children Victoria and Virginia. It's possible, however, that that M. Womack is actually Abraham Mitchell (known as Mitchell) Womack, yet another brother to this bunch. Also to the point is that in another letter, John states that he wrote a letter for his Aunt Lucretia Howard in 1825. (Jacob found it and was returning it - John sent a note thanking him) The problem here is that previously it has been thought that since she wasn't mentioned in her father's will in 1797 in Hancock Co., GA, but her daughter Betsy was, that she must have died. However,if John is writing letters for her in 1825, then maybe something peculiar is going on. So, Lucretia could be in NC, SC, AL or GA (John traveled a bit during that particular period )- first name of Lucretia's husband is unknown - but keep your eyes open for her after 1790 or so and see if she turns up!
William and Lovina Womack was my gr gr grandparents. They lived in IL breifly before moving to Platteville, WI. They had ten children. One of which is my fr grandfather James Henry. William died June 20, 1890 and is buried in Platteville, WI Lovina died May 20, 1885 and is also buried in Platteville, WI. The children are James Henry Feb 9, 1840 to May 21,1926 ( James was a very educated man, and devoted husband) Catherine Feb 8, 1842 to ?, Mary G. Mar 25,1844 to ? , Elisa Jane May 7, 1846 to Mar 9, 1880, William Feb 15, 1848 to ?, George Feb 2, 1850 to ?, Virginia E June 13, 1852 to ?, Lovina Apr. 24, 1854 to ?, M.E. Jan 25, 1856 to ?, M. S. June 26,1859 to ?, L. Edward Ryan this may have been a grandchild do not know Jan 9, 1872 to?,. This information I have on a slip of paper that was written by James. I am not sure of the family menber that wrote this information down. James Henry Womack married a Harriet Maria Gregory they had six children. James born Feb 9, 1840 Sangamon Co. Il Died May 21, 1926 Platteville, WI Married July 20, 1863 Platteville, WI Harriet born Dec 15, 1846 died Aug 29,1930 buried in Platteville,WI Children Emma Jane April 20,1864 to June 9, 1877, Lucinda Lavina April 26,1866 to Mar 20,1868, Henry LeRoy Feb 8, 1868 to Aug 28,1868, John William Feb 13, 1870 to ?, Charles Henry Dec 18,1878 to June 14, 1955, Martha Ellen Jan 19, 1882 to?. Charles was my grandfather. Charles married a Mary Catherine Bryness or Byrness they had five children. Charles married June 19, 1901 Platteville, WI Mary born July 9, 1882 died Nov 17, 1948 Charles died June 14, 1955 . Children Lillian 1902 to 1903, James H. ?, Guerdon LeRoy 1906 to 1955, Virgil P. Oct 30, 1912 to Dec 25, 1962 Agnes ? Virgil was my father. Virgil married Esther R. Cummins married Aug 12, 1935 Dub Iowa, Esther born Mar 28, 1918 still living. They had four children Cathrine Sep 8, 1935 , Al Charles born June 19, 1938 died in 1989 , Esther May July 2, 1939 Pamela J. Jan 14, 1953 (me) I hope this information helps someone. Good hunting.
Regarding my message posted April 4th 1998 on Womack family crest, thanks to those who responded. Out of curiosity, I did purchase a copy of the "Womack Family Crest" from the internet site I listed in my prior message. Interestingly, the motto is quoted as "Esse Quam Videri", Latin for 'to be, rather than to seem', which also happens to be the state motto of North Carolina. For the skeptics, perhaps that was the source for the quote on the crest if the crest is a fake. On the other hand, perhaps a Womack inspired the state when North Carolina was created as an American state. Also, I recently spoke to a doctor who trained at the Womack hospital on one of the military bases in North Carolina.
I am just getting started in my research. Iam from Halifax CO. VA.My grandfather was Charles Calbert Womack. My grandmother was Louise Guill Womack. They had 6 children 2 died shortly after birth. The 4 living children are Albert Guill Womack,Eathen Womack, Faye Womack Watts and Vera Lee Womack Hudson. I have the info on all of this but nothing befor my grandfather or grandmother. If anyone knows any thing please contact me thankyou.
I am the daughter of ALBERT HOWARD WOMACK. I am looking for information on my great-grandfather, ELLIS SNOW WOMACK (born around the late 1890's to the early 1900's). He divorced my great-grandmother, Margorie (who later married a BEARD), before my grandfather, BILLY HOWARD WOMACK, was born. My grandfather only knows a little bit of information about him. ELLIS SNOW WOMACK was born around the Warren Co., TN area (possibly Coffee Co. or Cannon Co.). After he divorced my great-grandmother, he remarried and had children by his second wife. He lived in Rutherford Co., TN, and died before he reached his 50th birthday from a liver disease. If you can help me find information on his descendants, I would appreciate it greatly!
Concerning this "family crest" thing. I sent an E mail to the College of Heraldry in the UK..I got a very interesting answer that I will extract part for you here. >How can an individual ask if one name is on any list of heraldry in the UK? Because names do not have a coat of arms attached to them. A coat of arms legally belongs to someone who has had a coat of arms granted or confirmed to him and to his male legitimate descendants only. Let me give you an example.....there were two brothers, John Smith and Bill Smith. John was granted a coat of arms. Both brothers had in the course of time children and grandchildren. Along comes Fred Smith, great-grandson of John Smith and Jo Smith, great grandson of Bill Smith. Now Fred can quite legally use his great grandfather's arms, but they cannot be used by Jo, even though he has the same surname as Fred and is in fact Fred's second cousin. He has no descent from the grantee John Smith and so has no legal right to use what he might describe as "the Smith coat of arms". In this context, he is the "wrong" Smith!! Does that make sense? >I am looking for one name, WOMACK; the family as a whole. Why? What makes you think that all Womacks are related to each other and form one big family? There might have been several different families, totally unrelated, that adopted the surname Womack. >There is some controversy here in America over a crest (which many think a >fake); and those that may be obtained from some genealogical place that says >they can supply famiy crests.. Shopping mall heraldry! A load of c**p!!! >If there is one, we will gladly contact the College and remit the necessary >fees for a copy that we can display..Can you assist? >Thank You.. >Sam Womack >Gilbert AZ USA Having read my comments, please come back to me if you want to. Patrick Cracroft-Brennan Tel & Fax: +44 (0)171 794 3833 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Need I say they take this very seriously? I am not so sure I want to try asking another question!!!
Have completed and uploaded the information from the 1880 Soundex cards for AR Womacks for 1880, may have missed a coupleof them vol/Ed thangs, but will get later as I am up to Womack, Dan... on 1he 1900 and will fill in any missing links Also uploaded someting a gentleman from UK (I think but not shuah) send me on the name distribution of Womack from the IGI from 1537 to 1837 time frame. The 1880 census is AR Womacks Part III The map with the distribution is Womack Wonderings part III the easiest way to get to either is http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/index.html then go on from theah.. found some moah stuff from about 2 yeahs ago and will add that later on when scanned and edited .. would like a few more comments on whethah y'all think this worthwhile or not..I klnow quite a few bin theah from the counters..Mark doing a great job heah fer shuah..no brag jest fact on that!! Hopefully, what I do will get y'all thinking and adding moah and moah to the overall WOMACK research from all ovah and take a lil pressuah off'n Mark and let him breathe a bit..this is not to take away from WGN, but to supplement WGN by adding some extra space..(I got almost 60mb web space available, and y'all know that be a lot!(..WGN still the central location as it should be!!
Halifax Co., VA. Deed Bk 8, pg 31. 8th Feb. 1768. Between William Womack of the Co. of Cumberland & Charles Womack of the Co. of Charlotte. William Womack paid Charles Womack 60 pounds...land being on both sides of Sandy Creek containing 315 acres. Signed William Womack, Sr. Witnesses: Wm. Doss, Susanna Doss, Joseph Morehead. Proved 1770. Teste: Robt. Munford. The deed is signed by William Womack Senior. Does anyone know who this William of Cumberland Co is and how he relates to the line? Thanks, Mark.
I second Sam's sentiments 100 percent. I would love it if everyone could/would put as much Womack data on the web as they can manage. I will be more than happy to link to it from the WGN site. The more the merrier!
Hi everyone. I thought this would be the easiest way to let everyone know my new e-mail address: email@example.com If anyone has written in the past week or so, I didn't get it, so please write again. By the way Sam, I like what you are doing. If I EVER get a home page built, I will do the same. Sharing is what it is all about!
Looking for Larkin Womack, b. abt 1793, possibly MO. sp Frances Basye, b. abt1797, MO., They had a son named Newton Womack, b. abt1826. I found this name in the FHC ancestral files. This is not my Larkin that married Kate Taylor and Ruth Meeks as he was born in 1822. Any help would be appreciated.
Roger, Look at the page where I put the 1824/29 Arkansas Sherriffs Census data. There is a Larkin Womack on the 1824, and on the 1830 census.. These are the only two times I have seen this name except for in "Pioneers of Arkansas," page 220, end of a paragraph where he is listed as having came to the area with a man named Wellborn.. Since this Larkin was old enough tobe counted as early as 1824, couldnt poss be the one you ahve born 1822..mebbe yer older one??
I have some information on Wm. W. Womack, b. 1836, d 1920 and Dr. James Abraham Womack, b. 1860 d. 1930. May have more information on the Womacks that lived in Hardin and Gallatin Co., IL
SOAP BOX TIME!! Now, boys and girls, and girls and boys, some of us have put our stuff out on the line fer all..y'all dont think that yer stuff good enuff to share; think agin!! evah lil bit helps..Now this WGN thang Mark got goin is one of the bestest in the whole dang world on a surname..I have surfed and seen a lot, theah are some parallells that have been theah fer longer, but this lil ole WOMACK upstart gonekick some butt and ye all know it!! Lets git them dang ancestahs out theah..ye aint got storage space fer the web, send me a GEDCOM, will convert to an unflowered web page jest like ye sent and put it out theah fer all to see! Ah am WOMACK and ah be dang serious about this searching stuff..y'all shake yer shorts and lets git this stuff moving..it is great but we all know we WOMACKs are bettah fer shuah!! nuf soapstuff, lets git that info flowin!!
For those interested in William R. Womack, and there seems to be quite a few, I found him on Ancestry's World Tree http://www.ancestry.com/home/ged/main.htm This GEDCOM can be downloaded from there.
Mary Glenn and Joyce Martin both said that the information on the site I mentioned above was posted on the web before some more current information was known, therefore, has a lot of inaccuracies. If any of you are looking for William R. Womack, I would suggest you contact Mary or Joyce.
OK, Now fer Mark, Mark enter this URL on yer points of whatevah. http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/index.html From here, you can get to any of the Womack data I have uploaded. Thanks to Ann McDonald, y'all now are invited to peruse the AL Land Records fer Womack..She very graciously edited them from the Fed CDs and sent to me to be included. She is working on the AR Womack Records now..that page has been set up but nothing on it but the background as present.. I have some information from Leland Womack on the AL clan that I will be setting up shortly. Stay tuned to the WGN fer furthah a-noun-cee-mints! And keep using the WGN, it benefits us all!
My wife, Doris (Womack) Gipson and I are researching her family tree. Her ggfather was William Riley Womack, b-1859,married Elizabeth Goolsby, b-10-20-1869, Coffee County, TN, she and William were married in Decherd,TN. Their 4th child, Charles Benjamin Womack, my wife's gfather,b-1865,Franklin County,Tn, married Clercy Mae Hamby, from Bercis (Burrow) Cove, Pelham, TN, in 1885.Charles and Clercy"s children were, James Eldredge, b-10-15-1895, married Libby Chitwood of Estil Springs, TN; Arleigh Dewey,b-1-1-1899, married Gladys Vaugh, who was b-12-6-1907; J.D., b-1904,married Annie Bell Cole; Herbert Gray; and Clifton Ross Womack,b-1-11-1902, in Tullahoma, TN., Clifton married Mary Willimams, these are my wife's parents. They came to Smackover, Arkansas, in 1929. My wife and I would appreciate any info. Thanks!
I have seen a lot of Wammack's in Arkansas I am a Wammack in Mississippi I would like to know which line of the Wammack's ya'll come from. Go to my web page to see my line of the Wammack
I'm looking for any connection to Ezekial Womack, who married Mary Elizabeth Winslett in Putnam County, Georgia on, I think May 3, 1846. I only have Ezekial Womack's name from a family bible record, have been unable to find anything about him. Their daughter, Mattie Elizabeth Womack married by greatgrandfather, William Bell Parker. William Bell Parker's obituary said he was a native of "Spaulding" (Georgia, I suppose, though I don't know if that means Spalding County, Paulding County, or if there is actually a Paulding, Ga. I can't find a Paulding, Ga. Anyway, if any other Womack researchers know of Womacks in any of these counties, or Ezekial Womack specifically, I would appreciate having the information passed along to me. Thanks!
Arkansas Womack Land Records have been up loaded.. Now,If I dont get a few more comments on what I am doin and how it helps, gonna quit it aftah a couple moah uploads..
Emma Wommack Crawford County IN I am searching for information on Emma Jane? or L. Wommack, born 3/5/1859 D:11/30/1901. Buried in Milltown Cemetary in Crawford Co. IN She was married to John David Ellis.
I am looking for books, essays, notes on the Womack family from time of immigration through Virginia and moving out across the country. My grandfather was James Rufus Womack and was born in 1898 somewhere around Rockhingham, NC. Granddaddy always said, "If a Womack is here, he wants to be over there." I guess that explains why Womacks have spread from coast-to-coast. Any information to help me start my research would be greatly appreciated.
I've been meaning to comment on the message that Sam Womack posted about the Womack coat of arms. Sam, the person that replied to you with all those answers seemed to imply that only direct descendants of a person that had received a coat of arms could claim it as their own. Well, I think we can assume that most Womack's are descended from William Womack, The Immigrant. So, the question remains: Was William Womack able to make any claims to a coat of arms? If so, then so can the rest of us... Just a thought, Mark.
Mark, Good idea, think I will jsut sit down this weekend and send another mail to the guy and ask if ANY Womack was granted arms so we can see if we descend from him. Tell em no harm done, either we be or we dont be!! Ennyway, I aint quitting nuthin, y'all know this stuff too much in the blood! Ann, this time Crumpton, made a suggestion of possibility of a Womack Obit Page.. past and not so past.. any comments on that ?? And all, as far as queries and answers, lets keep them here on WGN, that is what Mark set it up for and we all need to support that..I have gotten one or two in guestbooks...
IN THE WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE QUARTERLY - VOL 15 - SERIES 2, 1935 PAGES 89 - 94 - THE ARTICLE 'DIARY OF BRIGADIER-GENERAL MARCUS JOSEPH WRIGHT, C.S.A. APRIL 23,1861 TO FEBRUARY 26, 1863' IT IS INDICATED THAT GENERAL WRIGHT FIST MARRIED MARTHA SPENCER AND HIS SECOND WIFE WAS - PAULINE WOMACK, DAUGHTER OF JOHN W. WOMACK OF EUTAW, ALA. FURTHER, THE ARTICLE MENTIONS - SIDNEY WOMACK, THE BROTHER OF PAULINE. SIDNEY HAD BEEN A STUDENT AT CHAPEL HILL, N.C. AND LEFT SCHOOL TO JOIN THE ARMY. SIDNEY REPORTED FOR DUTY ON NOVEMBER 4, 1862.
IN THE WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY; VOL. 14, SERIES 2, 1934: WILL OF- ELIZA LOVE LENUD THEUS- DATED JULY 23;, 1868 - WILL BOOK A, PAGE 76, JACKSON, MADISON CO., TN. SEVERAL WOMACKS ARE INCLUDED SUCH AS: LUCY A. WOMACK, DAUGHTER OF ANN MCBRYDE AND GREEN WOMACK, GREEN WOMACK IS STHE SON OF JOHN WOMACK, JOHN WAS A MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATURE FROM CASWELL COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA IN 1787. THERE IS MORE TO THIS THAT I HAVE NOT INCLUDED. IT INDICATES THAT MARIA AUGUSTA WOMACK WAS MARRIED TO FRANCIS WATKINS CAMPBELL, JR. AT DR. WOMACKS HOME IN DENMARK, TN ON 12/20/1859. MARIA WAS THE DAUGHTER OF THE AFOREMENTIONED GREEN AND ANN WOMACK. IT GIVES BIRTH AND DEATH DATES AND LOCATION OF DEATH. JOHN WOMACK, THE FATHER OF GREEN MARRIED A WIDOW, MRS LUCY PRYOR TAPLEY, THE DAUGHTER OF JOHN PRYOR, OF ORANGE COUNTY, NC. THERE IS MUCH MORE ABOUT THESE FAMILIES IN THIS ARTICLE.
IN THE WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY; VOL. 16 - SERIES 2, 1936, PAGES 287-288 MARIA AUGUSTA WOMACK AND FRANCIS WATKINS CAMPBELL, JR. ARE MENTIONED IN THE WILL OF ANN BARNETT. ANN LIVED IN DANVILLE AT THE TIME. WILL BOOK 11, PAGE 479, DATED 12/15/1815, CHATHAM COURT HOUSE, PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA.