June 1999 Message Archive


Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 04:31:43 (PDT)
David Dunn
dadunn@gis.net

Hello everyone I'm back with new email address. Mark how do I change in researcher index?


Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 09:07:00 (PDT)
Delma Loftis
c845bux@semovm.semo.edu

I am looking for information about Anne Womack, daug of Alexander Womack, who married Daniel Driskill. I would love to know something about her family - father, mother and siblings. If you can help me out, please communicate with me. Thanks a million. Delma


Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 16:23:53 (PDT)
Carolyn Powell
powell@blueridge.net

Which Alexander with daughter, Anne, are you referring to. Dates?


Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 19:27:50 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

Carolyn,
I believe they are referring to Alexander son of Richard Jr. I am also intrigued by that line as my ggggrandfather William born abt., 1765 sp Catherine named one of their children Larkin (my gggrandfather) all from Campbell Co., VA., as did the descendants of Adam Daniel Driskoll, (Larkin Driscoll) the reason for the Adam Daniel is I have seen it both ways and I'm not sure if it's Adam, Daniel or both or some incorrect info has been passed along. Larkin was not a common name with the Womacks and I have always wondered if there was some connection with these families. I have never been able to prove who my Williams father was. Carlos list him as the son of Francis son of Thomas and Mary Farley, but no supporting documents, source or proof. As far as the parents of Adam Daniel Driskoll I have not researched that line and do not know who his parents were.


Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 20:35:38 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Roger, Carolyn, et al
The Anne referred to is the Daughter of Alexander Sr, son of the Richard you mentioned - she was b. abt 1745 is all I have and I only have her married to an
Adam Driscoll, no Daniel mentioned..she was the sis of me 5th granpa, Alex Jr.


Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 20:45:14 (PDT)
Sandra Bellflower
bellflower@freewwweb.com

[posted by webmaster}

I found my grandfather, Porter E. Womack, he is buried in Vandervoort,
Ark. Polk Co. Witherspoon Cemetery. Died 7/21/1914. I spoke to the
cemetery keeper today and it was confirmed. I also found he had moved to
Ark. from Tenn. to work in the oil fields. I f anyone has the Coffee Co.
Tn. historical Vol.XII, No. 1 about the Womack reunion it has to be
1913-1914. My mother is shown and she looks to be about 4-5 and she was
b. 1908 and it also shows Porter and as I stated he died 1914. I still
want all info. I can get about his life, I still do not know his middle
name only "E". Many, Many thanks, Sandra


Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 21:44:51 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Roger,
Not sure this will help but here goes--

ARKANSAS SHERIFF'S CENSUS 1824/29
WOMAC, Larkin..Washington Co...Prairie Twp.....1829
WOMACK, William...Crawford Co..Upper Twp.......1829

1830 Census Index
WOMACK, David...........Crawford Co
WOMACK, Larkin..........Crawford Co
WOMACK, William.........Crawford Co

Also seems I read in a book that one Larkin Womack
was abt 1819 or 20 with the people who settled around
Conway AR(Faulkner Co)


Thursday, June 03, 1999 at 15:18:15 (PDT)
Henry H. Mitchell
answers@victorianvilla.com
http://www.victorianvilla.com

Meet an enterprising Womack in Chatham, Pittsylvania County, Virginia: James Womack, proprietor of Shelton Saddlery! He is at:

http://www.victorianvilla.com/sims-mitchell/local/womack.htm

James was featured on CNN two years ago along with the late Paul Shelton, whom he labored alongside for four decades.


Thursday, June 03, 1999 at 18:52:47 (PDT)
Martha Underwood
marthju@gr8brdg.net

I am a Womack through my father's mother. She was the daughter ofRev. William M. Womack. He fought with Gen. Lee and was at Appomattox at the surrender. After that he spent 75 years as a circuit riding Methodist minister in Polk County, N. C. I have his picture with his wife Jane Philbeck. Grandmother always told me that she was a descendent of Sir james Womack, the Earl of Edinburgh. He had 3 sons. He wa beheaded and the family fled to Holland or England, but i believe Holloand , then here. One of his grandsons was named Abner. I think his son was John, then Gazaway, then my grandmother's father. I would like to find out more about this.


Friday, June 04, 1999 at 12:30:42 (PDT)
Connie Nerdin
cnerdin@cs.com

I am trying to locate Sarah Womack who married Richard Brown. They had a daughter Maria/Mariah Brown born about 1808 in Adain Co,KY and died about 1872 in Johnson County, MO. Maria married Ambrose Brockman (born about 1795). I would appreciate any info anybody might have. Thanks, Connie


Saturday, June 05, 1999 at 10:10:54 (PDT)
Graydon Durham
gdurham@gwe.net

I am searching for ancestors of Mary Jane WOMACK, married Joseph Henry ROGERS
14 Sept 1876 possibly Pike Cnty or Benton Cnty AR. In 1880 Census they
were enumerated in Eastland County, TX Desdemona Post Office. Mary Jane died 30 Jan 1897 in Cisco, Eastland Cnty TX. Issue Dauswell Charles, Lela Gertrude,
Raymond Walter, Addie Verna, Martha Vivian, Henry Milton, Minnie Mary,
and Lillian Lucille. All issue born in TX except Lillian born in Springer, Okla. Territory 5-14-1894 while father was preaching for Oklahoma Mission Indian Conference.


Saturday, June 05, 1999 at 10:13:25 (PDT)
Angela Womack Howell
Howellpac

Womack Family Reunion in Yell County, Arkansas. June 12 &13th on Mt. Nebo,
Dardanelle, Ar. State Park. Host is Lyman Womack, father was Odel Womack,
grandfather was Robert Womack, greatgrandfather was Burrell Womack. All are welcome and any Womack information is greatly appreciated. Contant me back if needed. Love to all, Angela Womack Howell.


Saturday, June 05, 1999 at 12:29:44 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

I have MARY JANE WOMACK , born 26may 1860 as the daughter of CHARLES ; s/o DAVID s/o DAVID s/o ALEXANDER s/o RICHARD. she married Joseph Henry Rogers 14sep1876 in Wilton, Pike Co., AR.

Children of MARY WOMACK and JOSEPH ROGERS are:
i. DAWSWELL CHARLES9 ROGERS, b. July 04, 1880, Desdmonia, TX.; d. May 28, 1948, Texas.
ii. LELIA GERTRUDE ROGERS, b. March 16, 1882, Desdmonia, TX.; d. February 06, 1883, Desdmonia, TX..
iii. RAYMOND WALTER ROGERS, b. December 18, 1883, Desdmonia, TX.; d. July 27, 1966, Texas.
iv. ADDIE VERNA ROGERS, b. October 23, 1885, Eastland, TX..
v. MARTHA VIVIAN ROGERS, b. September 13, 1887, Eastland, TX.; d. March 08, 1890, Cisco, TX..
vi. HENRY MILTON ROGERS, b. August 13, 1889, Cisco, TX.; d. February 21, 1960, Sweetwater, TX..
vii. MINNIE MARY ROGERS, b. April 22, 1892, Cisco, TX..
viii. LILLIAN LUCILLE ROGERS, b. May 14, 1894, Springer, OK; d. October 10, 1895, Springer, Indian Territory, OK..


Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 02:22:09 (PDT)
David Decker
club627@AOL.com

HELP! Jefferson Lilburn Womack b. KY 29 JUN 1814 married to Mary b. IL raised children: Mancy b. 1845 IL; Margaret b. 1843 IL; James b. 1846 IL; Edwin b. 1853 IL and Mary b. 1848 IL, who died in childhood. Jefferson's daughter Margaret married Benjamin McConnell in IL. Their daughter Lucy married Jacob Warren (IL) His daughter Lucy Beatrice, who married Loren Decker, was my grandmother. I need to find out who Jefferson's father was and where in KY he was born/raised. Knowing his wife's maiden name would be nice. This Womack family of ours is absolutely amazing when it comes to genealogy. I think that if I can get Grandpa Jeff's dad's name, I can probably work it out from there. Thanks for reading this. DND


Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 08:14:48 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

David, I have Jefferson Lilburn as the son of James Womack and Elizabeth (Mary) Berry s/o Abner and Agnes Reed. The problem I am having with this line is James also had a son named Lewis and and it looks like the names of the the children attached are the same. So I'm not sure if Lewis may have been James Lewis. Possibly James and Lewis being the same person. Lewis's spouse is listed as Margaret Berry. James sp Elizabeth (Mary) Berry. I'm just not sure if these are one in the same person or two different individuals that someone has misplaced the children. I would be interested in what other researchers have on this?


Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 19:08:03 (PDT)
L. Shoup
shoupyjl@iglobal.net

Angela, I would love more information regarding the Womack Family Reunion in Yell Co., AR. Burrell Womack is my husband's ggg-grandfather.


Tuesday, June 08, 1999 at 16:57:43 (PDT)
David Womack
womack003@mindspring.com

I am trying to find information on David Womack who settled in St. Helena Parish, Louisiana around 1785.


Thursday, June 10, 1999 at 19:01:59 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

OK, Now calling all Thomas and Louvisa descendants..If you have info that you think might update the file on this mysterious couple (at least their past),
need that info to do that update. I realize many dupes may be sent. It will be
my problem to filter out and correlate the info into a workable product.

Upon completion of the update, only those who actively contribute will be sent the URL where the final product is; as I will keep a record of who sent (and will give credit to those who do..).
Anyone willing to scan and send jpg or gif photos of descendants, will include photo page(s), cross referenced from the narrative...the older the better..

Ladies and gents, I have over 300 hours work on the original book; of which I received permission from Oscar's estate to do. However, I am hoping an update or revised work will be the culmination of the efforts of many for all; not a few for the many. This was the wish of those who finished Oscar's work after his death.

Roger and Jack you have been sent separate mail because of your prior willingness to share your info. Thanks.


Thursday, June 10, 1999 at 21:50:54 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Ok Mark, delete this if you will, but only after letting all have a good look at it, OK??
I was on AOL tonite in a chat, and one person kept giving all that he/she had done and so on..I got a lil po'ed..I actually called them a liar..that person, or her/his sometin ancestah was Thomas and Louvisa..I gave them the info from those twins Newton and Jasper, I think, and nevah heard back..then found on AOL on one othah occasion braggin on what he/she had found..I reminded him/her of the fact (dang wish I had the orig E mails) of who sent that info..I agin reminded tonite and was met with this, I approached you and you didnt do this and I needed you and this and that, sentiments for the birds!!
That person professes to be a WOMACK descendant or a spouse was/is..Womacks dont do that..now as far as I am concerned, TBogle@aol.com is persona non grata and I will not answer any Email, IM nor anything to or for that person.
Nor, will I knowingly correspond with anyone who does.
And yes, I did publicly call the person a liar, and will do so again and continue to do as long as he/she does not acknowledge where the info came from.
Any of you who choose to do so, do so at your own volition and own risk..
Now, Yes I have been outspoken, and will continue to be so..I will share, but danged if I will myself or others that have freely given of themselves and info
to be pushed aside and some idiot completely ignore where they got assistance from!!
Noww censor me if you will and so be it!!


Friday, June 11, 1999 at 17:57:57 (PDT)
Lindsay Womack
womack2@ibm.net

Martha Underwood give me your correct Email if you want info on William W.
Womack of Polk Co., N.C.


Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 00:30:56 (PDT)
Mrs. Roger W. Keesler
rkees@surfree.com
http://public.surfree.com/rkees/

Keesler Family Site..click, FARRAR Genealogy..as noted:(REESE)
I list on Family Group Records, as Follows;
Andrew Jackson HALE
b) 26 Sep. 1816
d) 1895
SPOUSE: Tacy WOMACK
Andrew Jackson HALE & *Tacy (Womack) HALE, list 13 Children

FATHER: Meshack HALE
MOTHER: Sophia REESE
LINK: Sophia REESE, Sibling (Sister) to our GGGG-Grandfather;
William Gibbs REESE

*Charles W. WOMACK, (m) Elizabeth HALE
*Catherine Ann "Katy" WOMACK, (m) Jordan Gibbs REESE
b) April 4 1821 TN. d) May 31 1907 AR.
(sibling, a brother..to our GGG-Grandfather:Sloman W. REESE
Feb. 28 1844 TN.
In Research
Mrs. Roger W. Keesler
Bette Ellen


Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 07:28:29 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

MUSTER ROLLS, SOLDIERS OF THE WAR OF 1812, DETACHED FROM
THE MILITIA OF NORTH CAROLINA,1812 AND 1814

SIXTH REGIMENT, FOURTH COMPANY, DETACHED FROM THE ROCKINGHAM REGIMENT
THOMAS WAMMOT(one of ours??}


Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 10:08:16 (PDT)
David Womack
womack003@mindspring.com

I need the names of the children of Abrham Burton Womack born in 1821 in St. Helena Parish, Louisiana
Thanks, Cousin David Womack


Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 10:10:16 (PDT)
David Womack
womack003@mindspring.com

I need the names of the children of Abraham Burton Womack born in 1821 in St. Helena Parish, Louisiana
Thanks, Cousin David Womack


Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 13:44:23 (PDT)
Ann McDonald
quiltdog@yahoo.com

I happened to notice an updated database at Ancestry.com the WWI draft
registrations - ran Womack through, and got 90 hits. It appears that
they've covered Mississippi, Idaho, Nevada and Texas (happened to notice both
William Wallace and William Lafayette Womack there in Dawson Co. TX) so if
you are hunting up someone who was alive in 1917 in those states,
check it out while it's still available for free in the next few days.


Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 15:40:23 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

David, this is what I have as the children of Abraham Burton, however I have not sourced this line and do not have documentation.

Abraham Burton Womack born October 18, 1818 in St. Helena Parish, LA, and died October 03, 1873 in St. Helena Parish, LA. He married Elizabeth Gilpin Wood September 11, 1845 in Cannon Co., TN, daughter of William Wood and Elizabeth. She was born February 09, 1829 in Nashville, TN, and died April 25, 1903 in McComb, MS.

Children of Abraham Womack and Elizabeth Wood are:
i. Nancy Jane Womack, born July 08, 1846 in Tennessee; died September 17, 1930 in McComb, MS.. She married James Edgar Warren January 13, 1870; born November 02, 1847; died March 07, 1905.
ii. Elizabeth Josephine Womack, born March 29, 1848; died September 12, 1848.
iii. William Jacob Womack, born April 16, 1851; died October 03, 1932. He married Frances Cook Quillin January 12, 1870; born 1849 in St Helena Parish, LA; died 1931.
iv. Sarah Eliza Caroline Womack, born July 19, 1853; died August 21, 1946 in McComb, MS.. She married John D. Adcock February 05, 1874.
v. James Henry Womack, born July 18, 1855 in St. Helena Parish, LA.; died August 08, 1859.
vi. Melissa Ann Womack, born August 06, 1857 in St Helena Parish, LA; died December 29, 1925 in McComb, MS. She married Gonzolo Pizarro Womack February 04, 1880; born August 12, 1856; died November 28, 1928 in Grants, NM.
vii. Abram Harris Womack, born December 13, 1860 in St. Helena Parish, LA; died June 16, 1933 in Liverpool, LA. He married Betty Elizabeth Day January 03, 1886; born January 17, 1865; died August 27, 1946 in Liverpool, LA.
viii. Stephen Thomas Womack, born June 11, 1863 in St. Helena Parish, LA; died September 23, 1870.

Also listed as Stephen Ganoz Womack.

ix. Benjamin Franklin Womack, born September 25, 1865 in St. Helena Parish, LA; died February 24, 1945. He married Mary Lee April 11, 1886; born August 01, 1867; died November 01, 1933.
x. Margaret Frances Womack, born October 20, 1868; died October 30, 1909 in Greensburg, LA.. She married Lewis N. Venable March 03, 1887; born January 01, 1864; died February 22, 1914 in Greensburg, LA..
xi. Leonard Abner Womack, born January 03, 1870 in St Helena Parish, LA; died December 18, 1901 in McComb, MS. He married Mittie Chandler Dixon December 24, 1896 in Amite Co., MS; born July 14, 1876 in Amite Co., MS; died August 27, 1954 in McComb, MS.


Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 17:01:09 (PDT)
David Womack
womack003@mindspring.com

Thats what I needed Roger. Thanks.
Cousin David


Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 21:12:06 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

In addition to Ann's 90 Womacks; there are: 2-Wamack; 2-Wammack;
4-Wommack; 6-Warmack; other variations showed nil.


Tuesday, June 15, 1999 at 18:30:30 (PDT)
David Womack
womack003@mindspring.com

Looking for any information on a Alice Womack married to Birt Matthews mid to late 1800's.


Tuesday, June 15, 1999 at 19:51:22 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

David, this is what I have on Alice.

Alice Womack was born 1875, and died in LA. She married Jesse Burt Matthews January 06, 1897. He was born Abt. 1870, and died in Clinton, LA..

Children of Alice Womack and Jesse Matthews are:
i. Jessie Matthews, born April 19, 1898; died January 04, 1978.
ii. William Kent Matthews, born September 02, 1899; died September 26, 1977. He married Sarah May White April 16, 1933; born September 15, 1904.
iii. Edward Matthews, born Abt. 1901.
iv. Carter Womack Matthews, born June 21, 1903; died August 28, 1963 in Clinton, LA..
v. Joseph W. Matthews, born July 14, 1905.
vi. Richard Matthews, born March 29, 1907; died September 29, 1979 in Clinton, LA..
vii. Jennings Bryan Matthews, born October 03, 1908; died December 17, 1966 in Clinton, LA..
viii. Johnny Kern Matthews, born October 03, 1908; died in Clinton, LA..


Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 23:12:41 (PDT)
stacy heinen
stacy846@webtv.net

I am seeking information regarding the lineage of Alton Womack. My mother is Billie Dove Womack, born in Olney Tx. about 1934. They are supposed to be Cherokee Indians. Does anyone have any information concerning this line of Womacks? Alton Womack is my mothers father. He married a Cora Thomas, I believe .


Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 11:19:46 (PDT)
Hermann Miskelly, Jr.
miskelly@arceng.com

I am trying to locate a Lester Womack who was stationed with the US Army
Heidelburg Germany in the late 50's. He was a close friend of my mother
and Father, Erna (Burkhart) Miskelly and Herman Miskelly, respectively.
Any information regarding Lester, who was married to a woman named Elfie,
would be appreciated. Hermann Miskelly


Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 14:09:37 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

Hermann,
The Lester you are looking for may be the brother of the below Bryant H. Womack, this family was from Rutherfordton, NC. It may be a place to start. This information was extracted from The 'Womack Genealogy Newsletters" from the late 50's and early 60's. I'll e-mail you more on his family if you think he is the right one.

(Pfc. Womack was awarded this nation's highest military award, the Congressional Medal of Honor. An Army base street and a firing range in Korea bear his name. A street at Fort Sam Houston, Tex., has been named in his honor. And now, the Army's most modern hospital at Fort Bragg will stand as a monument to a Rutherford farm boy who paid the supreme sacrifice for his country.

Top Army officials, North Carolina Governor Luther Hodges, and other dignitaries will be present for the dedication. So will Mr. and Mrs. Womack, Bryant's sister, Rachel, and his brothers, Charles, Eugene and Lester. Lester, a Military police corporal in Germany is being flown home for the services.)


Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 19:15:36 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Stacey
go to www.nara.gov and follow the instructions to find and peruse the Cherokee Indian rolls..if they were they may have had the foresight to register..but keep in mind they are not 100%.


Friday, June 18, 1999 at 07:58:06 (PDT)
Grimur Magnusson
magnus@sonetcom.com

Originally from Iceland. Looking for my anchesters who lived around Apavatn. Name Guðrún Arnórsdóttir (My grandmother, father side), sister of Einar Arnórsson who was Chief Justice of Icelands Supreme Court, and member of Parliment.


Friday, June 18, 1999 at 23:19:35 (PDT)
Marcia Bartlett
Mbart25@aol.com

Looking for decendents of Levi Berry Womack born 1803 in North Carolina died 1880 in Alabama.

Also needing info on Martha F. Womack b. jan 1836 Alabama. She Married John H. Womack b. March 1831 Alabama. Believe her maiden name was Womack and she married a Womack??? Thanks for the great site Marcia


Saturday, June 19, 1999 at 10:58:59 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

Sam has the revised version of the W.W.I. draft registration on a page.
Some good connections. http://members.tripod.com/~dubbie/wwi.htm
This is with Sam's permission to post.


Sunday, June 20, 1999 at 17:20:08 (PDT)
Ben Cynova
Docynova@yahoo.com

[posted by webmaster]

My name is Benjamin Cynova , I am doing research on my Ggreat-grandmothers
family . I've been reading your letters and have been comparing and think
that there is a possibility that there might be a connection.

In one part of the letter a woman by the name of Bates who subbmitted the
information on the Womack's from Wilson Co. TN.

Starting with Richard Womack Jr and Elizabeth Ann Puckett - then their son
Alexander Womack and Martha ? parents of Richard Womack, who married Rachel.

Richard and Rachel Womack's son Richard Womack Jr , married Elizabeth
Puckette Bailey. Their son Russell was the father of my Gggrandmother Nancy
Elizabeth Womack.

It said in the letter from Mrs. Bates that she had no info , 3810 Bedford, Nashville TN. I used and it didn't work.

If there is a way you can help me get in contact with anyone who is
interested in knowing information on the branch that moved from Wilson Co to
Texas. I am also interested in knowing any more on the ancestors of this
line.

Thanks for your help
Ben Cynova


Sunday, June 20, 1999 at 19:16:14 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Ben,
I think that Lucille is deceased now..I corresponded with her in the mid 70's and she was advanced somewhat in years then..I never did get the full impact of what she had on Womacks..


Monday, June 21, 1999 at 09:39:55 (PDT)
Jamie Ayres
badnewsayres@yahoo.com

Stacy & others looking for Indian/Cherokee roots,
While looking for info on my other family lines I ran across this site...
http://www.tngenweb.usit.com/tnfirst/cke3-99.htm
I found several queries for the Womack/Wammack Cherokee connections.
I can't remember which page/link they were on but were in the most recent ones, maybe more...I haven't gone thru them all, yet!
Hope this helps!
Jamie


Monday, June 21, 1999 at 10:03:52 (PDT)
Teresa Caldwell
caldwell@ktc.com

Am looking for information about my Grandmother, Minnie Mae Womack,b. Dec 5, 1868 in Chatanooga Tn. d Dec 14, 1954 in Okmulgee, Ok. Married Coleman D. Richardson. Would appreciate any info on parents, siblings etc. Have just started research on family, need all the help I can get on geneology research.


Monday, June 21, 1999 at 11:25:18 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

Teresa, Minnie Mae born 1868 was the daughter of Larkin Womack and Mary Catherine (Kate) Taylor. I descend from his second wife Ruth Meeks Sherrill. Get in touch. Larkin and Kate had 10 children.
William D., 1846
Demascus, April 1850
Henry L.., Feb 1851
Ida, 1852
Charles A, 1854
Catherine C., May 1857
Thomas W., 1860
Fannie Otey, 23may1862
Bertha L., 1866
Minnie Mae, 5dec1868


Monday, June 21, 1999 at 16:37:32 (PDT)
Reta DeShields Parton
rpsodapop@aol.com

I am stumped. Can anyone help me? Handy DeShields b. 1819 married Nancy Womack b. 1824 probably in Marion/Boone County, Arkansas about 1847. Nancy is said to be the daughter of David Womack who was on the census in Marion Co., in 1840. Nancy was born in Arkansas per the census records.

How was Julia A. Womack related to Nancy? Was she a niece? Julia A Womack married John Templeton Wood.

I don't have a lot of information on the Womacks, but I do have a lot on Boone and Marion County families. Please help me find out more about Nancy.

Note: A story was told about Nancy and has been passed down through the years. Nancy was so thankful to her brothers or neighbors she wanted to name her son after them. Not wanting to hurt anyone's feelings, she named them all after them. His name was Abraham Camel Robert Richard Alexander John
Wesley Ramsie Paulsey DeShields. If anyone could help I would appreciate it.

Reta


Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at 14:00:23 (PDT)
Ramon Ed Dean :Ed:
rdean@entercomp.com

Their are Womack's all over Alabama. Butler, conuch and monroe Co's had many settlers thruout the 1800 and 1900's. When I learn what I am doing I will try to attach copy's of some census from the above counties. ie 1860 census, William Wamac (Womack) age 33, Wife Elizabeth 30, childern Lewis 12, Mary 10, Julius 07, William Henry 03, Zela 01. Thomas Womack age 18 is in this family on 1880 census. Word is William was killed in the civil war some where in Va. My mother was Eva Frankie Womack, B 1908, GF Albert E-Peminandas Womack B 1886, GM Carolyn Luncida Hightower B 1886, GGF William Henery Womack, B 1857, GGM Addie Elizabeth Trawick B 1855, GGGF William Womack B 1827, GGGM Elizabeth ?
B 1830. Iam still looking for GGGM family name.


Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at 18:38:16 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

On that Thomas Womack in the 1880 census, where waht he born and who was he living with?


Wednesday, June 23, 1999 at 20:22:45 (PDT)
Pamela J. Gutsche
rpgmarketing@globaldialog.com

Looking for information on any Womacks that married a Catherine Blankenship.
Catherine married a William Womack. She d around June 8, 1856 and buried
at Lynchburg, VA Who where her parents? Also who was Williams parents?
Any information would be helpful. To all of the Womack researchers keep up the
good hunting. Some day we will have the answers we seek and search for.
Also I wish to thank all the researchers that have found some of the answers
out there. If I did not have your help I would be lost in a large ocean of
information. I give everyone of you and you know who you are my greatest
admiration and thank you so very much in helping us lost souls out.
Thank you so very much. Any information that I should stumble on I am willing to
share.


Thursday, June 24, 1999 at 00:45:34 (PDT)
Jerrel Petty
jppetty99@aol.com

I am seeking ancestors of Elizabeth E Womack, Born abt 1824 in Tennessee. Records show she married John C. Pharr, 10/24/1844, in Itawamba Co. MS (FTM Marriage Index #5). They had 3 children, Charles, Cay, and Elizabeth who is my GGGGmother. Does anybody have information on this Elizabeth Womack. Any info will be greatly appreciated.


Thursday, June 24, 1999 at 12:09:27 (PDT)
Carolyn Powell
powell@blueridge.net

Found the following while browsing through Marshall Co., KY Cemetery Listings:
Jackson/Starks Cemetery: Womack, Ruben G.-Jan 1, 1922 - Jan 22, 1995 and Helen M.-June 2, 1924, no death date; same stone with Ruben G. Womack


Thursday, June 24, 1999 at 16:40:46 (PDT)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

Found these today, hope it helps someone.

1850 Census Butler Co., ALABAMA

Name, age Place of birth

M. Womack, 41 Georgia
Martha, 39 Georgia
Virginia, 14 Alabama
Victoria, 9 Alabama


Lewis Womack, 44 Georgia
Agnes, 40 South Carolina
Augustus, 21 Alabama
Caroline, 17 Alabama
Joseph, 31 Georgia
Mary, 77 Virginia

John Womack, 32 Georgia
Elizabeth, 24 Alabama
Ellen, 8 Alabama
John, 6 Alabama
Amanda, 2 Alabama
Green 2/12 Alabama

Noland Womack, 39 Georgia
Jane, 28 Alabama
John, 13 Alabama
Thomas, 11 Alabama
William, 9 Alabama
Martha, 5 Alabama
Edward, 2 Alabama


Friday, June 25, 1999 at 10:09:22 (PDT)
Ann McDonald
quiltdog@yahoo.com

Roger, those Butler Countians are my family (more or less). If anyone wants to know more about them, give me a yell. Ann


Friday, June 25, 1999 at 15:38:32 (PDT)
Ramon ( Ed) Dean
rdean@entercomp.com

For Ann McDonald Since Butler, Conecuh and Monroe are adjoining counties,do you know if your butler co. Womacks are connected to my Womacks in Conecuh and Monroe co!s? Thanks Ed Dean


Friday, June 25, 1999 at 15:45:54 (PDT)
Ed Dean
rdean@entercomp.com

For Ann Mcdonald PS See below mesg. dated 22 June For Monroe Co. Womacks


Monday, June 28, 1999 at 19:46:36 (PDT)
Marcia Bartlett
Mbart25@aol.com

Looking for parents of John Franklin Womack born mar 1831 in Alabama. He married Martha Francis Womack. Thank You Marcia


Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at 12:02:56 (PDT)
Sam Jordan
sam_jordan@ibm.net

My grandfather was Robert Kendrick Womack b. 25 Oct 1903 in North Georgia;
and died Oct 1974 in Shreveport, Louisiana. His first wife was Grace Lawhon
and his second wife was Virgina "Ginger" DuPuy. He was a Doctor (Urologist)
in Shreveport, and an avid horticulturist, specializing in Camillias.

He also had a sister, Annie Virgil Womack, b. 7 Sep 1895 in North Georgia;
and died 1980 in Athens, Georgia. She never married, and taught French at the
University in Athens. According to the Soc. Sec. Death Index, her death
benefit was sent to someplace in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

My great aunt once remarked that they were the only Womacks that she knew of
in their hometown (unidentified) in GA. If anyone can connect me with any
other members of this family, I would very much appreciate it. My mother
also indicated that the family was likely of Choctaw descent, but she had no
idea how recent that was.


Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at 19:30:08 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Would like to clue all in on something. Do not rely on the SSDI for where a death benefit is sent. Like the one below. It was impossible to send a death benefit for this lady. Since she died unmarried, there were no eligible beneficiaries. A death benefit IS NOT PAID to anyone but a surviving spouse or minor children; then only if the deceased was insured under SS. When a woman who never worked under SS dies; her husband, even if living, does not receive a death benefit. And, if she were and her husband were deceased, there would be none paid unles MINOR children or disabled adult children eligible for benefits on her account.


Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 06:00:46 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

OK, if any of you try to access any of my pages you have in the past, and encounter a not there; that is true. I am temporarily removing ALL pages from the net until the controversy about who owns the data put out here, us or the web servers. It seems that when Yahoo took over Geocities they started a lil controversy about anything you put out there belongs to them unrevocablly and alla that legal stuff..they did not say anything about those of us who pay for web space; but if that is how they are going to treat customers they are gonna have a mass exodus...
I will do lookups from my info; but please try to give more than just a name. location, date or something to go along with it. I have the pages intact in a large file and can bring them up off-line in my browser as if on line..
Sorry if this causes any inconvenience, but you all know how much work we put into this stuff to let someone have it for free and have no sayso in the matter.
I will be looking for some store-bought web space with no restrictions..


Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 10:06:19 (PDT)
Sam Jordan
sam_jordan@ibm.net

Actually, I had wondered about the Death Benefit payment for my maiden Aunt
as well, until I realized that it was probably paid to a trust which I believe
she set up to take help take care of her niece (my mother) who was
disabled by a brain tumor. That same condition has made it nearly impossible
to get information from my mother on her family connections. I plan on sending
a request to the SSA anyway just to see what is on the original SA-5 form
about my great aunt's parents and birthplace, as well as that for my granddad.

I realize that the information I gave was sketchy at best, but I'm afraid it's
all that I could piece together from my childhood memories of them from nearly
20 years ago. I noted that my younger sister had asked a similar question
about my grandfather here in this group last year, and also that she had no
idea that he was from GA, but assumed that he was from LA where he died.
I also realize that there are a LOT of Womack families from North GA, but I
posted anyway on the off chance that some other researcher would recognize the
names, dates and general location. After I get the SSA information back, I'll
let you know what I found out about their parents and birthplace.


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