September 1999 Message Archive

Friday, September 03, 1999 at 19:11:34 (PDT)

Will answer your E mail and the query below--if you found them on an 1880 census, the census would have told you where they were born..then working back, perhaps tying in with the 1870/60 and so forth..the 1900 mebbe also

Friday, September 03, 1999 at 23:34:10 (PDT)
Jeanie Hill

Hi Folks! Think I may have finally found my Womack connection! Got a lookup from someone from Hempstead County, AR and they located the marriage license for my John Franklin and Rhoda (Askew) Womack. They were married May 2, 1880. They are also listed in the 1880 census for Hempstead County,AR with "Franklin"'s parents, Steven and Tentie Womack. They are listed as being from Alabama.
So now, Mark, Roger and me out here!!! What do you have on this Womack line????? Please tell me you have a bunch!!! *grin* I have chased these 2 from Texas to Missouri to Arkansas and back again! So please tell me you can nail them down for me!!!

Thanks so much fellas and keep up the great work!
Jeanie Seabolt Hill

Saturday, September 04, 1999 at 08:11:15 (PDT)
Roger Womack

This Steven I have been chasing around, but lack proof of who he was. The 1880 census list Steven w/sp Tenti. (I believe Tenti is Tempy Chandler.)
Steven 66 TN County Hempstead.
Tenti W 46 AL
Rhoda DL 16 AR
Thomas N 24 TN
Alex N 21 TN
William N 20 TN
I do believe this Steven to be the son of William Womack 2nd sp Francis, This William was also married 1st to Margaret Ellis. We just need to find some proof.

Saturday, September 04, 1999 at 08:45:53 (PDT)
Sheree Robinette

Looking for any connection to Sarah Elizabeth Womack. She was born Oct 22, 1849 in North Carolina and died in winterville, clarke County, GA JAn 10, 1913. She married Martin A. Smith who was a CSA soldier from Stanly County, NC. He was born in 1849 in NC and died in Winterville, Clarke County, GA Feb 1917. He applied for a pension for his war service in Oglethorpe County, GA. The couple had at least five children who were born in Rome, Floyd County, Ga before moving to Athens,GA. The children were Lonnie "Jack", Horace, Teilyar, Mary Elizabeth, and William. I think Martin's parents are Nelson and Emaline Smith, though I have no proof yet. No information on Sarah Elizabeth's parents. Thanks

Saturday, September 04, 1999 at 09:01:43 (PDT)
Roger Womack

Here's a little more info that may shed some light on your line.

Steven 66 TN County Hempstead.
Tenti W 46 AL (I believe this is Tempy Chandler)
Rhoda DL 16 AR
Thomas N 24 TN
Alex N 21 TN
William N 20 TN
Bailey, Martha Bo 30 TN
Levi Bo 9 TN
Sarah Bo 9 TN
I do believe this Steven to be the son of William Womack sp Francis. Son of Alexander sp Milly, but lack proof. On the 1900 census for Howard County list:
Timpy Jó1835 65 GA
Enum with Newt Baily,
Note the Baileys boarding with Steven in the 1889 Census, itís just she is listed as being born in GA., which could be a mistake.
The Alex which was his nephew listed on the 1880 census, I believe is Thomas Alexander, Thomas A, on the 1900 census in Hempstead Co., sp Loo, I believe is the son of William Wiley Green Womack which was the brother of Steven.

Descendants of Thomas Alexander Womack

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS ALEXANDER8 WOMACK (WILLIAM WILEY GREEN7, WILLIAM6, ALEXANDER5, ALEXANDER4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born June 11, 1859 in Franklin Co., TN. He married (2) LOUISE E. BOOKOUT Abt. 1885 in Belton, AR. She was born Abt. 1865.

2. i. WILLIAM RUFUS9 WOMACK, b. May 26, 1880, Franklin Co., TN.; d. May 30, 1931.

ii. MARY ETTA9 WOMACK, b. July 1886, Henpstead Co., AR; m. THOMAS JEFFERSON HUTSON; b. Abt. 1883.
iii. JOHN WILEY WOMACK, b. February 1890, Hemstead Co., AR; d. Abt. 1926, Arkansas; m. EFFIE THEOBOLT.
3. iv. JAMES ALEXANDER WOMACK, b. February 1896, Hemstead Co., AR.
v. ETHA J. WOMACK, b. August 1899, Hempstead, CO., AR.
vi. VERA D. WOMACK, b. Abt. 1905.
vii. BENJAMIN T. WOMACK, b. Abt. 1908.

Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM RUFUS9 WOMACK (THOMAS ALEXANDER8, WILLIAM WILEY GREEN7, WILLIAM6, ALEXANDER5, ALEXANDER4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born May 26, 1880 in Franklin Co., TN., and died May 30, 1931. He married MATTIE V. CALL. She was born November 02, 1875, and died September 19, 1962.

Birth and death dates of William Rufus and Mattie are according to the Bible of William Wiley Green Womack and Mary Jane Morris. Both are buried in New Hope Cemetery at Prarie Plains, in Coffee Co., TN. Also buried there is their daughter, Edna R. Womack. born March 25, 1906, died September 2, 1910.

i. EDNA R.10 WOMACK, b. March 26, 1906; d. September 02, 1910.

3. JAMES ALEXANDER9 WOMACK (THOMAS ALEXANDER8, WILLIAM WILEY GREEN7, WILLIAM6, ALEXANDER5, ALEXANDER4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born February 1896 in Hemstead Co., AR. He married SUSIE MAY DAVIS, daughter of JOE DAVIS and CULLIE. She died June 04, 1947 in Weaver, TX.

Children of JAMES WOMACK and SUSIE DAVIS are:
i. GLEN ALEXANDER10 WOMACK, b. May 22, 1917, Murfreesboro, AR; m. HAZEL AUDINE HINKLE.
ii. JOE THOMAS WOMACK, b. May 22, 1923, Weaver, TX; d. June 27, 1988, Mt. Vernon, TX; m. (1) MARY RUTH FORGERY; b. December 15, 1923, Greenwood, TX; m. (2) CORLETTE CHESTER; m. (3) ?; m. (4) WANDA BIRMINGHAM.

Saturday, September 04, 1999 at 13:34:28 (PDT)
Sheree Robinette

Looking for any connection to Sarah Elizabeth Womack. She was born Oct 22, 1849 in North Carolina and died in winterville, clarke County, GA JAn 10, 1913. She married Martin A. Smith who was a CSA soldier from Stanly County, NC. He was born in 1849 in NC and died in Winterville, Clarke County, GA Feb 1917. He applied for a pension for his war service in Oglethorpe County, GA. The couple had at least five children who were born in Rome, Floyd County, Ga before moving to Athens,GA. The children were Lonnie "Jack", Horace, Teilyar, Mary Elizabeth, and William. I think Martin's parents are Nelson and Emaline Smith, though I have no proof yet. No information on Sarah Elizabeth's parents. Thanks

Saturday, September 04, 1999 at 15:14:07 (PDT)

Am posting this here so all can see we cannot necessarily trust the soundex cards..Jeanie told me that on my AR census stuff I missed Rhoda's husband who was listed as Franklin, and Ruth Askew whom is believed Rhoda's mother. That perturbed me so I am just back from the FHC looking at the actual census..and yes Franklin Age 18 born AR was was Ruth Askew, maiden name unknown but born AR also..but, see below for a will be changing that particular entry.
However Jeanie, I did some rummaging around..believe Ruths husband to be Hezekiah Askew, 1860 census Hempstead co, page 743, visit/fam 290/390.
Hexekiah was 60, b. NC; wife Ruth age 39 b. AL..sons John and David, born in TN ages 23 and 16 respectively..dau Penelope age 3 son Hezekiah age 1. I believe that Ruth is his second wife,,,1850 shows a Hezekiah age 53 born NC, wife Penelope age 49 born NC one son John age 14 which could be the one above, and three others between 6 and 14...I suggest you contact your lookup person in
Hempstead and have her/him do a look up for around 1856/7 ish for a marriage of Hezekiah to a Ruth someone..Hezekian is not found on the AR 1870 anywhere..nor is need an 1870 to show a 4-5 year old Rhoda with a mom named Ruth..
See shugah, hangin in theah works!!

Saturday, September 04, 1999 at 19:05:22 (PDT)
Jeanie Hill


I so much appreciate all the help. And I also appreciate the advice Sam, on where to go from here. I will contact my Hempstead County Lookup person and see if she can find a record of Ruth Askew in 1870 census. Thats a great idea!

This is the first lead that seems to pan out for me. In the past everytime I found a "John" Womack that I thought was him when I dug deeper it turned out to not be them. This really seems to be the right ones!

Thanks again guys!

Sunday, September 05, 1999 at 06:29:15 (PDT)

I checked the 1870 AR census and zilch; I meant have them look for a marriage between Hezekiah and Ruth abt mid1850-about 1857.I am correcting that data on line to day...thanks to you!!

Sunday, September 05, 1999 at 17:34:33 (PDT)
Patty Womack Hughes

Hello fellow Womacks! I am currently writing a short story and am in need of an online picture of our Coat of Arms. I have tried several different heraldry pages and none seem to have the Womack crest included. Can anyone point me in the right direction???

I live in Kansas City, MO and my father is James Calvin Womack, his father was Lattie Oliver Womack (aka Bob) and my branch of the family is pretty much located in southern Missouri and Arkansas.

I would greatly appreciate any assistance !! Thank You!

Patty (Womack) Hughes

Sunday, September 05, 1999 at 20:08:46 (PDT)

I'm looking for family stories and a picture related to Martha Womack
Wife of:Robert Bean Sr.
Daughter of: Jacob Womack & Martha Mary Wills
Thanks a million

Monday, September 06, 1999 at 10:23:31 (PDT)
C. Dwight Poe

Hi all! I've been lurking and enjoying for some time now. You folks sure know how to keep a query page lively. I spent part of my vacation last month visiting cemeteries, and here's what I found that may be of interest to Womack family historians:

Old St. David's Church Cemetery
Church St.
Cheraw, South Carolina

FATHER WALTER E. POE DEC. 28, 1854-JAN. 10, 1942
SON THOMAS LYNN POE NOV. 6, 1912-NOV. 9, 1914

ETHEL WOMACK DAMERON NOV. 18, 1894-AUG. 12, 1967
(This plot also has four graves of people named BOTTOMS.)

J. B. WOMACK MAY 28, 1848-AUG. 15, 1909
G. B.WOMACK NOV. 20, 1874-SEPT. 9, 1918

WOMACK (A Woodmen of the World Memorial)
MARIE T. JUNE 9, 1898-OCT. 14, 1950
ERNEST E. APR. 4, 1891-JAN. 23, 1948
ERNEST EGBERT WOMACK, JR. AUG. 20, 1924-DEC. 16, 1925

ARCH H. WOMACK NOV. 25, 1885-JULY 29, 1928
MALISSA R. WOMACK FEB. 8, 1901-JUNE 1, 1990

JAMES E. 1875-1934
BESSIE W. 1888-1954

DAVIS (On back of stone)
FATHER THOMAS W. FEB. 25, 1862-DEC. 25, 1934

I have all of these connected to my line except the last (Jemima). I don't know if anyone other than Roger is tracing all lines, but I would enjoy hearing from anyone related to, or interested in, this branch of the family.

Monday, September 06, 1999 at 10:37:41 (PDT)
Roger Womack

Can anyone tell me if the Rachael below is one and the same?

David Whitfield Womack s/o Daniel Womack
WOMACK, D. W. Marriage
Wife: Rachal Elizabeth MYERS
Marriage Date: 28 Jun 1892
Recorded in: Bosque, Texas
Source: FHL Number 989187 Dates: 1885-1895

Thomas Washington Womack s/o Calvin Green Womack
WOMACK, T. W. Marriage
Wife: Rachel WOMACK
Marriage Date: 22 Aug 1895
Recorded in: Bosque, Texas
Wife previously married
Source: FHL Number 989187 Dates: 1885-1895

Monday, September 06, 1999 at 11:28:49 (PDT)
Roger Womack

C. Dwight, Thank you for the dates, I don't have a clue who Jemima is either, I've been looking for her. Most of the others are John B.'s children and grand children but if he was married 12 feb 1874, and Jemima born 1872, I would guess she's not his. Unless he had a previous marriage, he was 26 when he married Martha. I only have 3 sisters for John B. and no brothers so I don't know where she came from. Perhaps someone else may know? Sure would like to know myself.

Monday, September 06, 1999 at 14:01:43 (PDT)
Roger Womack

Patty, I do have a Womack Coat of Arms up at the Below page, however I have seen several and who knows as to this one being real.

Monday, September 06, 1999 at 21:04:43 (PDT)

I trust you are not under the impression that the Jacob and Mary you mentioned
are the same ones that were in VA, went to KY, back to VA, then TN??
As far as I know, no one has ever found the last name of Jacob Womack of Watauga's wifes last name, and the only name every known was Martha who Martha Womack Bean was named after..
Jacob Womack and Mary Wills are real, but this Jacob is a cousin a couple times removed to the one I think you are looking at.
However, one possibility exists that if her last name truly is a Wills, then she may well be an great aunt, aunt or cousin to my Mary Wills..
Would like to see your lineon that one..

Wednesday, September 08, 1999 at 09:45:54 (PDT)
Glenda Yeater

I am looking for info on Isham Rice Womack and Mary Allen Stewarts daughter Martha b. c1825. My g grandmother is Martha Womack b. c1824/25 married William B. Miller. Martha was born we think in Tn. and died in Tx. Appreciate any information. Thanks Glenda

Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 13:44:04 (PDT)
Jeanie Hill

Hi again!
Well I have been so busy lately! Since finding "Franklin" Womack and Rhoda Askew Womack living with Franklin's parents, Steven and Tempi Womack things have been hoping! After getting my hands on this information I just this week stumbled onto someone on the Cherokee Genlist that is actually living in Ashdown, AR where all my Mom's family lived. And she has been so nice to do some research for me! And guess what? My Mom's cousin still lives there and she remembers thing my Mom didn't remember. So I have since found out the reason that I couldn't find a cemetery record for John Franklin Womack was because he was never buried! He was cremated and his ashes scattered over the lake there in Ashdown. She is going to check and see if there are any funeral homes there in town that have a record of his death so I can get a date. She has also checked the courthouse and found a record of my grandparents marriage. She is going to get me a copy and send it to me along with some other marriage records of his brothers. I just can't believe it all! Its like I've finally hit a gold mine after all this time! Sure do want to thank everyone here for all their help.

Now I have another favor! *grin* Sam, Roger or any of you have any information on Steven Womack's family line? Someone said they thought he was the son of William Womack and Francis? Can you send me some information on this line so I can print it up for my Mom. Her 73 birthday is on Sunday and I am going to try and make up a little booklet for her with some of her family information in it. But I need a little more information back on Steven and William. Any help you can give me would be so much appreciated!
Feel free to e-mail it directly to me at:

Thanks so much guys for all the help. Your all real peaches in my book!

Jeanie Seabolt Hill

Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 15:08:07 (PDT)
Ann Crumpton

There was an ASA WOMACK in Halfax Co. NC who had a daug. Sarah Elizabeth, b. about 1848. Asa was b. c1813 in Halifax Co., NC and md. Elizabeth Nichols, 18 Feb. 1833 in Halifax Co. NC These children are listed with them on the 1850 census: Children: James 1835, Cloe Ann 1836, Thomas 1838, Mary 1843, SARA ELIZ. 1848, and Asa 1849. This could certainly be your Sarah Eliz. I have a lot of information on the Womack family from Halifax Co., but I have not found much on Asa's family. I know that Asa was in Halifax Co. in 1872, when he signed papers to sell land in Hardeman Co. Tenn. that he and his brothers (Jordan, William and David) inherited from their brother, Kinchen. I have not found Asa's death date.
If anyone has access to estate settlements in Halifax Co. NC. and could do some look-ups, please get in touch. We could use some help on this family. Ann in NE Texas

Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 16:46:28 (PDT)
Roger Womack

My homepage has been moved to the above, I promise this will be the last move. I just have alot more flexability than using aol's program. Thanks

Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 18:18:22 (PDT)


Friday, September 10, 1999 at 14:19:56 (PDT)
Linda Conyers

Before my grandmother died, she provided me with a little information regarding the Womack branch of my family. My gg grandfather, William Riley Womack, was born Feb. 14, 1842 in AL & died Jan. 31, 1915 in Bartow County, GA; he married Frances Ann Bradshaw, born Oct. 29, 1840 in Paulding County, GA, died Dec. 30, 1934 in Bartow County, GA. My grandmother did not know the parents of William Riley Womack but was under the impression (whether true or not) that his father was born in Ireland and immigrated to the US; she also told me that William Riley Womack had brothers named John Henry & Rogus. I would appreciate any information regarding this line.

Children of William Riley Womack & Frances Ann Bradshaw are:
1 James Monroe Womack (my great grandfather), b. May 6, 1861 Paulding Co., GA, d. March 8, 1939, Floyd Co., GA; married Martha Ann Richard July 1, 1882
2 Sarah Womack, b. Feb. 15, 1864 in GA, d. 1951; married Will Brock
3 John D. Womack, b. Oct. 1, 1866 in GA, d. 1948; married Anna
4 Sam Womack, b. Feb. 12, 1869 in GA, d. 1939; married Fannie Woodall
5 Henry Womack, b. Sept. 13, 1874 in GA, d. Nov. 30, 1949, married Mindy Sisson
6 Viola Womack, b. Sept. 13, 1874 in GA, d. 1949, married Hardy Wheelis
7 Lester Womack, b. Dec. 29, 1878 in GA, died 1928, married Cora Abernathy

I would appreciate any information regarding ancestors of

Sunday, September 12, 1999 at 14:58:47 (PDT)
Nathan Womack

Please refer to my previous message and change my Email
Address to: nwomack Address on my previous
message is no longer in use. Keep up the good work!

Monday, September 13, 1999 at 21:48:27 (PDT)

Do you have that piece of paper torn from the document I have that would connect me and you to someone? Do you or someone in your family have a trunk you havent opened yet? Do you have something you think is so small or trivial you are ashamed to list here..because you dont think it has meaning> Far from it! Anything you have may help someone piece together another part of a puzzle. S0! Why dont you post it here so we can look and mebbe help you and the others??

Tuesday, September 14, 1999 at 06:04:12 (PDT)
Roger Womack

Sam, good point, any information someone has may hold the clue for someone else. Even if your not sure about the info, at least it's a place to start.

Tuesday, September 14, 1999 at 14:05:49 (PDT)
gayle morrow or

Have some information and would like more if anyWomack has it. thanks in advance:
1. Jesse Womack (1739-1815) 1st Lt. Am. Rev., participated at King's Mt & Guilford Court House. Received land grant for services in Rev.
Married: 1st Dorothy Prior (born1740) perhaps Choctaw

2. John Womack (1776-1884) of Womack's Hill, St. Stephens, Washington Co., VA
Married: Frances Coleman in 1797

3. Jesse Womack (approx. 1809-1884)
Married: Eugenia Ruthven Beasley -- 2nd marriage

4. Lula Womack (10/8/1864 - 1945)
Married: John Jefferson Beckham (1849-1927)

5. Jesse Beckham born 4/1887 - 1976
Married: Ruth Hamilton

Jesse Beckham is my maternal grandfather and Lula his mother, etc. Would appreciate any and everything. thanks cousins gayle

Tuesday, September 14, 1999 at 15:19:40 (PDT)
Mary A. Womack-Munoz

Does anyone have any information on 3 Womack's that lived in Bell County, TX. There names were Zelda Womack (b.1910; d. 1987), Taft Womack (b. 1909; d. 1988) and Prentice Womack (b. 1918; d. 1996). I had previously thought that my grandfather had passed away a long time ago, but then I found out that he died recently. So, I went online and found these names in the Social Security Death Index, I believe that the Prentice Womack that I found is my grandfather. Can anyone tell me if the 3 above are related in anyway? In the index all of their last known addresses were in Temple, TX. Does any one have any information on their ancestors or descendents. Please any info even it's small may point me in the right direction. Thank you.

Wednesday, September 15, 1999 at 14:42:18 (PDT)

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Thursday, September 16, 1999 at 07:55:50 (PDT)
Roger Womack

My cousin just gave me some information that seems very plausible. She states that much of the colonial records from Virginia are in the archives out side of London because it was their colony all the way up to the war of the revolution, many of these records were shipped back to England especially church, land and vital records. So if we can find a way to search this area we may find some information on our early ancestors that we have not been able to locate here. Does anyone else have any information on this?

Thursday, September 16, 1999 at 11:05:15 (PDT)
Lori Tabor-Finch

I am looking for information regarding Abraham Womack. I descend from his daughter, Rachel Womack, who married William W. Tabor, Jr. The are is Virginia. Thanks.

Friday, September 17, 1999 at 17:51:50 (PDT)
Jesse Milton Womack

See change in E-Mail address.

Friday, September 17, 1999 at 18:36:15 (PDT)

Ok all y'all Wopmacks, or pseudo Womacks, keep tuned in for the next chapter..Reference Roger's comment about the records in England..

Hi Sam

Most of the records in the UK are held at Somerset House, which is a
government archive of births, deaths, marriages, etc. I will do some
digging around and see if I can shed some light on things for you.

Watch this space !

Kind Regards


this is WOMACK togetherness and cooperation across many miles!!

Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 11:11:00 (PDT)
Tom Puckett

I know that there is a marrage of the Womack line in to the Puckett line, I thank in VA in the early 1700's or latter.
Any books showing it?

tom puckett
Ely, Nevada

Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 11:52:25 (PDT)
Nancy Womack Fogelstrom

I am recently in receipt of a book by C. Wendell Horne, "The Horne Families of Hopkins County, Texas - Their Ancestors and Descendants" in it,it has the following information: (1) Richard Womack B. 1676 d. 1723 was the son of Richard and Mary Puckett Womack of Henrico County, Virginia, and (2) Richard Womack, b. 1710, d. 1785, was the son of Richard and Elizabeth Puckett Womack of Henrico County, Virginia.

Hope this is of some help.

Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 20:31:26 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

Sorrt for the typing, I have a broken hand....Roger may be thinking of either the records of the VA Company, or the Colonial VA records project. Both have been abstracted...well, the project is ongoing. The CVARproject index is available online through the library of VA - don't bother - no Womacks listed. No idea about the VA company records. There is also a volume of wills probated in England from colonial VA - I don't recall how long ago I saw it, but didn't find any Womack stuff at the time.

Now, as for the Pucketts - ummm - how many marriages you want? Off hand I can think of three without even looking them up!

Monday, September 20, 1999 at 13:57:18 (PDT)
Johnny Womack Case

Can anyone help me with this problem. I keep getting my Womack database messed up. Now I find I have Dicy Jane Hayes married to Richard R. Womack VI, s/o of Andrew A. Womack and Elizabeth AND married to Richrad Mansel Womack IV, s/o David Womack & Mildred Pryor. Since they are in different generations, I don't think she married both of them, but which?

Monday, September 20, 1999 at 16:28:48 (PDT)
Roger Womack

Johnny, from what I understand there were two of them Dicy's, one much older the FHC spells the first Hays, however this is not my line and I have not seen proof or documentation other than what is listed at the FHC. If you are planning on digging into this one let us know.

Monday, September 20, 1999 at 18:21:09 (PDT)
Johnny Womack Case

Well, in that same mess: David Daniel Womack b. 1827 MS, m. Mary/Polly Hays b 1837 MS, child William Hays Womack b. 1857 MS. David DAniel is supposedto be a sibling to Nancy Matilda Womack b. 1812 St. Helena Parish, LA, m. Rhesa Kenney 1833 ?? To begin with aren't their ages too far apart? But I have parents of David Daniel as Andrew A. Womack & Elizabeth and parents of Nancy Matilda Womack as David Womack and Sara A. Norris????? This is not my direct line, but I like to keep all the cousins straight.

Wednesday, September 22, 1999 at 10:48:22 (PDT)
Paul Rice

In Sept. 1760 Abraham Womack was a witness for the estate inventory of William RICE of Prince Edward County, VA. William Womack was a witness for the estate inventory of Joseph Rice of Prince Edward Co., VA in 1767. Is anyone familiar with these Womacks? Does any one know of a relationship between the Rices of Prince Edward Co, VA or Hanover Co., VA and the Womacks?

Someone has told me of a marriage between a Sarah Womack and a Mr. Rice. She was the daughter of Thomas Womack and Mary Farley Womack. Does anyone know the name of the man she married or any further info on that family?

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Paul Rice
Charlotte, NC

Wednesday, September 22, 1999 at 19:56:43 (PDT)
Wendy Fogelstrom

Looking for info on William W. Womack born 4-19-1817 in Hancock Co. Georgia. I've been told his parents are Richard Womack b. 1760 in N.C. and Emily Miller, but I've been unable to make the connection with this line. Any help appreciated.

Thursday, September 23, 1999 at 06:12:40 (PDT)
Joyce L Martin

Here is a link to US Government archived articles of Womacks. Interesting
even if you already know your links:,,200&AUTH=rlinamc&CI=084859

Friday, September 24, 1999 at 05:38:42 (PDT)

Tried that link and it didnt work, somthing missing soemwhere?

Sunday, September 26, 1999 at 08:23:43 (PDT)
Joyce Martin

Sorry about that; url too long. Go to this site then go thru
"Easy search form (word list)" and you can put
in any name to search.

Sunday, September 26, 1999 at 14:52:47 (PDT)
Denise Gibbs Kneifel

Hey guys, this was on a list that I belong to....figured this might be of interest to you of this line...THANKS and happy hunting

X-Message: #11
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 1999 12:34:58 EDT
Subject: Mrs. Burleson in Young Co., TX, 1939


Please contact me if you are a relative of the person in the subject. I
found a quilt at an antique store that was made by 30 women in Padgett, TX,
dated 1939. I really felt it should be in the home of a relative or a
historical museum. If someone is interested in owning it I'm asking what I
paid plus shipping. I suspect it will be about $175.00, depending on how
much shipping is.

It has white squares with sailboats of different colors, under each sailboat
each lady has embroidered their name, Padgett, and 1939. The edge has a 1/4
- 1/2 inch pale lavender border. The quilt is a little faded and some areas
are slightly yellowed. It has two very small (1/2 inch and 1/4 inch) frayed
areas on edge of bottom border. I would say it's in almost perfect condition
for it's age.

The names on the quilt are:

Mrs. Idailia Abbott
Mrs. Burleson
Mabel Carr
Annie Collins
Mrs. Laura Davidson
Edna Davis
Hattie Davis
Ola Drennan
Leona Durham
Lois Gaw
Edith Jennings
Sister Jennings
Mary King
Carrie Lisle
Lydia Pounds
Mrs. W.B. Pounds
Bessie Reeves
Clara Roberts
Gladys Robinson
Jeannie Smith
Roberta Smith
Mrs. Daisy Stanley
Mrs. R.L. Sullivan
Juanita Wages
Ada Womack
Mrs. J R Womack
Lillie Mae Womack
Nerene Womack
Mrs. Youngblood



Monday, September 27, 1999 at 21:47:07 (PDT)
Roger Womack

I have added a new page to my homepage, "Womack Index" It's just a list of the Womacks in my database, for privacy, no spouses, parents or family connections. If you find names you want to know more about or share more about let us know, I'll be glad to share what I have on these lines. This file is long about 700-800 pages. We will post connections here on WGN.

Wednesday, September 29, 1999 at 20:11:54 (PDT)
Karl Zorn

looking for members of the 1951 graduation class of Armstrong Elementary School in Chicago, IL for a 50 year class reunion in 2001. contact me at

Thursday, September 30, 1999 at 11:05:22 (PDT)
Marsha Raymond

The Puckett and Womack families of NC/VA married into each other during several generations. I recently ran across a posting that said Ruth Puckett (b. 1659) married both Richard Womack and Richard Womack, Sr.! Anyone know if this is true? (Her parents are listed as John Puckett, I and Anne Jeffreys). My own records have Elizabeth Ann Puckett (1700-1725)[child of John Puckett, Jr.] married to Richard Womack and Mary Elizabeth Ruth Puckett (1657-1692)[child of John Puckett, Sr.]married to Richard Womack. Can someone help clarify? Please e-mail me. Thanks!

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