November 1999 Message Archive

Monday, November 01, 1999 at 06:53:37 (PST)
Larry Robertson

I am looking for information on Sarah Jane Womack, m. to James Theophilus Hill. They are the parents of my maternal grandmother, Alma Amerial Hill, born May 25, 1870 in Middletown, Goliad County, Texas. Hoping to hear.

Monday, November 01, 1999 at 13:37:42 (PST)
Roger Womack

I have Sarah Jane Womack, born March 31, 1841

Monday, November 01, 1999 at 13:42:54 (PST)
Roger Womack

I have a Sarah Jane Womack, born March 31,1841 who married 1st Wallace then 2nd James T Hill. She was the daughter of Abraham (Abram) James Womack, son of Richard, son of Jesse, son of Richard and Ann Childers.

Thursday, November 04, 1999 at 06:30:27 (PST)
Rick Wommack

Looking for some information on a Womack only known as Blackberry Wammack, Memphis Press-Scimitar did an article on him in April, 8, 1966, however it didn't list his first name only "Blackberry" and he lived in Benton County,possibly Ashland, MS. I have the article along with photos of him and his inground house, covered with blackberry vines. If anyone can help, I'd appreciate it.

Thanks Rick Wommack

Saturday, November 06, 1999 at 04:53:11 (PST)
Donald Mason

I am trying to find out if Thomas A. Womack Born abt. 1743 Va. (Married Louvisa Rice Feb. 22, 1766) And James Tignal Womack Born Va. (Married to Nancy Meadows Rudder July 08, 1795) are related. I would be Greatful for any information.

Saturday, November 06, 1999 at 05:58:49 (PST)
Roger Womack

Donald, As far as Thomas Womack sp Louvisa Rice and James Tignal Womack being related, I feel pretty sure they are at some point back up the line. As of yet I have not seen any proof of Thomas' parentage, mostly a lot of speculation. I sure would like to find something also. I have gathered alot of information on his line, with many notes and documents, I definately believe he is part of the Womack clan and not someone who immigrated over in the 1700's as some stories go.

Saturday, November 06, 1999 at 15:05:40 (PST)

I am desperately trying to trace the Womack family tree in England.I am amazed by the Womack connections in America, but i am very frustrated that my English counterparts have not got the same enthusiasm they all have.Please can any one E-mail me with any "ENGLISH" trees that i may pick up on.We all know that the Womack family breed like rabbits!! so come on and assist me, after all, the name did originate from here.

Saturday, November 06, 1999 at 19:10:53 (PST)
Roger Womack

Paul, The Womack's in the 1881 British Census Index is posted on my Website, just the Index. It is listed by year so if you know of family members born before 1881, look to see if they are listed. if you find someone contact me and I will be glad to look up the actual census records for you and send you the listings. I am still editing this page so bare with me.

Sunday, November 07, 1999 at 15:45:03 (PST)
too many to list

Hows about enlightening us on the area where you live. Some understand that was a Womack stonghold area in England at one time. What can you tell us about Womack Water, etc and all them bishops, etc?

And Roger that comment, "bare" with you?? what are you trying to get started!!??

Sunday, November 07, 1999 at 17:05:37 (PST)
Roger Womack

Sam, not trying to start nothing, just a malfunction of the brain.

Monday, November 08, 1999 at 04:47:54 (PST)
Donald Mason

Anyone with information on William Womacke listed in the 1850 Coosa Co. Al. Census As Teacher 33 from Ga. Wife Sarah 23. Children Cicero,George,Elizabeth,William T.

Monday, November 08, 1999 at 07:09:37 (PST)
Roger Womack

Donald, there was a William Berry Womack born abt 1817 son of Isham Rice Womack son of William Womack sp Lucinda Womack, Lucinda was the daughter of Thomas and Louvisa Rice, Louvisa's husband William Womack, was the son of Abraham Jr. and Elizabeth Stubblefield. I don't have any descendants on this William Berry Womack and he could also be the Berryman Womack someone was looking for. Let me know.

Monday, November 08, 1999 at 07:44:03 (PST)
Roger Womack

Donald, I have only one other Cicero in my database and he descends from Isham's brother William Womack sp Sarah McBee, he is his ggrandson. Just thought it interesting. Kind of unusual name?

Monday, November 08, 1999 at 20:47:05 (PST)
Wendy Fogelstrom

Donald The William you mentioned is my gggrandfather I will e-mail you with the specifics.

Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 06:53:14 (PST)
Carolyn Powell`

First, to Connie: What is Jane Powell's email address? You didn't type it in on your message to me. Thanks.

Second, to everyone: has Tennessee Marriages 1851-1900 free for the next 10 days. I found 50 Womack hits.

Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 15:00:59 (PST)
Carolyn Powell

Does anyone have a Lester Womack in their database? If so, please contact me.
Thanks, Carolyn

Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 05:40:26 (PST)

I checked out on the TN marriage data base and it is pathetic
to say the least. I found Carolyns 50 Womacks, all but a couple from DeKalb and
Lincoln counties; 7 Wamack; 2 Wommack; 1 Womac, 1 Womick--other variations were nil..again most from these two counties. I trust none of you will take these lists of marriages as gospel. They never are complete. I know one posted for Meigs Co is supposed to be complete, yet they missed my GG-grandparents Oct 5, 1862..I have a copy of the index card from Meigs Co. We all know there were more than 61 Womacks (all spellings) married in TN during that time period!!

Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 18:25:54 (PST)
David Dunn

Hello folks. Note new email address. In a court case beginning August 1758 in Prince Edward Co. VA, a Margaret Womack widow and relict of Richard Womack sued Richard and Jacob Womack. In July 1760 she was awarded "the wench Tabb for her dower in the negroes" also "her third part of 200 acres in Lunenburgh county it being the plantation whereon her husband Richard Womack died" and an amount to be assessed for her dower in the improvements on 400 acres in Prince Edward belonging to Vallentine Cawley. Can any of you regulars help me place these folks? Which Richard was her husband? Which Richard and Jacob was she suing? Thanks, David Dunn.

Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 22:00:52 (PST)
Roger Womack

David, I'm not for sure if this is the correct family, but would guess it could be. Richard IV died, Margaret his wife was pregnant, and that child I believe died. Legalities ensued over the ownership of a slave named Tab, and James Archdeacon, Elce Archdeacon and various other folks submitted depositions in which we learn a that Margaret was an Archdeacon. that Richard was a son of Richard III,that Richard III was the one who deeded land to his son Richard in a land swap between the two involving land in Lunenberg and Halifax Counties. This was in 1759, Margaret "Peggy" was married and widowed by then. 1750-1764 Prince Edward Co. VA, Chancery Court. Richard III was alive and well in 1759, and didn't die until some years later in Hancock Co GA. So its possible that Martha is Margaret sp Richard and was sueing her deceased husbands brother Jacob and father Richard for her dower rights. I only have a couple of Jacobs in this time period and he's the only one with a brother named Richard that died and their father being Richard.

Friday, November 12, 1999 at 10:29:56 (PST)
Stacey B. Martin

I'm looking for the marriage date of William P. Womack and Lydia Moore of
Old Tishomingo Co., MS. It was early to mid-1860's, I think. If you
know where they were married, that would also be most helpful. W.P. fought
for the Confederacy in the CW, and I have copies of Lydia's pension
application, but that information was left blank! Either the Prentiss
Co. or Tish Co., MS history books also omit that information, although
there's a great deal about the Womacks.


Friday, November 12, 1999 at 10:31:00 (PST)
Stacey B. Martin

I'm looking for the marriage date of William P. Womack and Lydia Moore of
Old Tishomingo Co., MS. It was early to mid-1860's, I think. If you
know where they were married, that would also be most helpful. W.P. fought
for the Confederacy in the CW, and I have copies of Lydia's pension
application, but that information was left blank! Either the Prentiss
Co. or Tish Co., MS history books also omit that information, although
there's a great deal about the Womacks.


Friday, November 12, 1999 at 16:59:02 (PST)
Carolyn Powell

Sam: I found nothing myself, but one never knows what might be helpful to someone else as a clue. Sometimes I wonder where in the world they find their information as it is so incorrect, other times they are right on.

Saturday, November 13, 1999 at 06:14:24 (PST)
Sam Womack

I think our Womack ancestors must have been olympic long distant swimmers!
I have searched out some ships transcriptions of almost 1700 ships from 1623
to whenever..never looked at any beyond the 1700's...not one bloody Womack of any spelling on any one of them!! Admittedly, not all ships have been transcribed, but c'mon now!! How and when did they get here? Someone keeps coming up with these lists; but ... Just like people putting emphasis on the
Mayflower and the prestige of being associated with it..there were many people already settled here before the Mayflower became a figment of someone imagination...our bunch was here early no doubt about that and had to have been to have been firmly entrenched enough to pay other peoples way over for the headrights..anyway KEEP ON SEARCHIN!!

Sunday, November 14, 1999 at 00:04:36 (PST)
Tony & Robin Crocker

We are so glad to have caught up with you! We're so, excited that you got the pictures-after trying to get them into "your hands", we can't wait to see what
we have started-but are so glad to be in it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SINCERELY, Robin & Tony Crocker (GRITS-Gal & Guy Raised In The South)
Womack:WATCHERS, WORSHIPERS, ETC., ETC., ETC.........................

Sunday, November 14, 1999 at 08:08:29 (PST)
Roger Womack

I don't get it?

Sunday, November 14, 1999 at 08:19:42 (PST)
Sam Womack

Tony and Robin
Would you mind expanding on you post?? Who ya talking to???? And what
have you started? We be interested!!

Monday, November 15, 1999 at 21:38:25 (PST)
Melissa Baker

My Grandfather's name was Claude Curtis Womack. He married Althea Nina Kimbrough in AZ. However, Claude was from Missouri. I remember some of his stories. One of which that he was from a big family, about 11 children, and he left at an early age because of the depression and times were hard. One of his first jobs was for a farmer. The farmer also had a still. He sent Claude to check on it and the revenewers?/ police were waiting for him. He sat in jail for about a week before the farmer felt guilty and turned himself in. Don't know how old Claude was at the time, but he said he was the youngest to ever be arrested in MO for illegal booze.
Would appreciate any information on this family.
Thanks Melissa

Tuesday, November 16, 1999 at 13:57:04 (PST)
Dave Simmert

I am looking for information on the Womack family line in the areas of Wisconsin, Illinois Montana and Colorado. My coonection is thru my Grandmother Saloma Buasman (Womack) but that is all the information I have and unfortunatly I started the project a wee bit late. Thanks for any help you can do.

Tuesday, November 16, 1999 at 19:39:25 (PST)
Roger Womack

Melissa, There is a Claude Womack on the Social Security Death Index, that was born July 31,1906 died April 1976 in Tucson, Arizona. If this is yours you might send off to the county for the death record, it may list his parents. If we can get back a couple of generations someone may be able to assist you further.

Wednesday, November 17, 1999 at 04:44:45 (PST)

I have been in contact with some of the Az Womacks--one or two I got a little out of; the remainder appear to be like most folks, say yes to sending info
when they really mean no--I didnt follow up on the phone because 5 minutes intrastate long distance costs more than an hour interstate and these didnt
have or didnt admit to being on the net..

This is the pity and the brick walls we, who care about our family, face
when trying to assimilate the information for ourselves and our descendants
to come. It is a shame so many have so little pride in their name that they
hide, and deliberately mislead, to keep the information from being known; yet
they call themselves Womack...

Wednesday, November 17, 1999 at 06:04:52 (PST)
Carolyn Powell

OK, here I go again re my g grandfather, Jacob Womack, b 1819-20. I KNOW everyone has him listed as the son of Green and Mary "Polly" Wallace, but nothing has been found to document it. I have seen three Census that he states he was born in Tennessee, not Illinois, where Green was. To add to the confusion, I have a printout from Roger re Bucker Womack and Nancy ? which lists their children, one of which is a Jacob Womack, born about 1820 in Tennessee. This Jacob was listed as marrying a Nancy Mason. My Jacob was married first to a Lurene Baugher and secondly to my g grandmother, Melissa Jane Althiser.

Is anyone else researching the Buckner Womack line? I would certainly appreciate hearing from you if you have any information re this Jacob.

I would at least like to prove that the Jacob born to Buckner is not mine, then I can concentrate again on the Green theory.

Thanks so much, one and all.

Wednesday, November 17, 1999 at 13:13:39 (PST)
Joe Wilharm


Wednesday, November 17, 1999 at 17:31:17 (PST)

Found this mebbe if you can get hodl of the book mentioned it would enlighten the sitty-ay-shun.

Name: Jacob WOMACK Sex: M Birth: 17 AUG 1819 1

Father: Green WOMACK b: 17 JUN 1788 in Poss. South Carolina or Georgia
Mother: Mary "Polly" WALLACE


The Books of Woows. Womack, Odams....., by Betty Poland

Wednesday, November 17, 1999 at 18:27:37 (PST)
Carolyn Powell

Sam: I've heard of this book before, but have not seen it yet. Just don't understand why most people have him born in Illinois but he seemed to think he was born in Tennessee! Will do my best to locate it. Wish I had thought to look for it when I was at the LDS Library in SLC. Thanks.

Friday, November 19, 1999 at 17:27:29 (PST)
Randall W. Connell

Seeking information on Phillip Samuel Womack and Hattie Connell Womack, residents of Bosque County, TX in 1910. They married 1906 in DeSoto Parish, LA. Hattie died Oct 3, 1911 in DeLeon, Texas. Buried in Morgan, TX. Phillip died Jan 1972. He is buried in Alvin, TX. Any further information would be appreciated.

Saturday, November 20, 1999 at 05:55:58 (PST)
Donald Mason

I have Eppy Womack & Elizabeth Pinkerton Married Warren Co. Ky. April 19, 1819 I am looking for anyone with information on this Family. Thanks

Saturday, November 20, 1999 at 08:18:18 (PST)
Roger Womack

Randall, There is a Samuel Phillip Womack born April 1877, in my database, son of Abner Carroll Womack. I could have the first and middle name backwards. They were in Bosque Co., Texas. If you believe this to be the right one get in touch.

Saturday, November 20, 1999 at 14:44:53 (PST)
Robert Edwards

Do any of you folks know of a Fannie Wommack, b. abt 1779, married Elijah David Weaver (b. abt 1770 in Tenn[?]). This pair ultimately wound up in Hopkins Co., Texas.

Saturday, November 20, 1999 at 17:41:47 (PST)
Randall W, Connell

Roger: It was definitely Phillip Samuel Womack. He and Hattie were not married very long because she died in a sanatarium or hospital in DeLeon Texas on Oct 3, 1911. I believe they also had a child who died in infancy. Sounds like all this may have been a rather sad story. Phillip was a railroad worker who lived in OK for a while, His second wife was Arrie Graham Womack. I have seen their grave in Alvin, Texas. I contacted some of the Womack descendents in Alvin, but they weren't much for staying in touch. Anyone out there with more information, please contact me. Hattie Connell Womack was my Grandfather Connell's half sister.

Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 03:46:29 (PST)
Donald Mason

Roger Thanks very much for the information you sent. I have been trying for several years to find the family of My GGrandmother Sarah Elizabeth Womack Born in Alabama 1840/1850 She Married John Mason abt. 1867 I Beleive Pinkerton to be a Family Name or very close Friend's of this Family. I Need any information I can get. Any one with information on Sarah Elizabeth Womack (it could be just Elizabeth it is listed both ways in Family records that I Have)I would be very Greatfull for any information anyone would care to send. Thanks

Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 12:36:55 (PST)
Joyce Wommack

I have information on Epps (Eppy) Womack who married Elizabeth Pinkerton. I can trace the Womack line back for you but all I have about Elizabeth is that her father was David Pinkerton, b 1755, Rowan Co., NC. I have record of three of his
children, Elizabeth, James and William. I do not have any children for Eppy & Elizabeth but do have a little more on William. I picked up this Pinkerton info elsewhere on internet, so can't vouch for it, but Eppy was a brother of Richard of my line. I have quite a lot on their father and mother, Thomas & Sarah (Owen) Womack. One thing that puzzles me is that researchers of this family have always referred to Elizabeth spouse of Eppy as "Mrs. Elizabeth", indicating that she was not a Pinkerton by birth. The later info I picked up gives her as a sister to James and William Pinkerton, children of David. ????

For your info:
Warren Co., KY Deed Book E Entry 118: Byrd & Eps Womack appoints friend Wm Womack, our atty to receive from James Cole of Rowan Co., NC or others owing us. Wit: Isham Reavis, Jesse & Abraham Womack. 8-14-1810.

Note: The above Byrd, William, Jesse & Abraham, were all brothers of Eppy. Isham Reavis was the spouse of their sister, Sarah. As for the Mason connection, I have several of them in my database but mostly marrying into the Holt & Driskill
families. I do have a William Mason married to Sarah Elizabeth Womack, but the dates don't match yours.

Hope this hasn't further led to the confusion. Let me know if you would like further info on Eppy, his siblings, parents.
Best Wishes,
Joyce Wommack

Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 20:24:22 (PST)

WEll looks like my turn agin!!

ORANGE COUNTY WILL OF DAVID PINKERTON, 1764 In the Name of God, Amen. The twenty seventh day of February in the year of our Lord 1764. I, DAVID PINKERTON of North Carolina in the County of Orange and Parish of Saint Matthews, yeoman Being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God. Therefore calling unto mind the mortality of my body and and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament this is to say--- Principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul unto the hands of God that gave it and for my body I recommend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner at the discretion of my Executor, nothing doubting,but at the General Ressurection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God and as touching such worldy estate where with it hath pleased God to help me in this life, I give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form: IMPRIMIS: It is my will and I do order that in the first place all my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied--- ITEM: I give and bequeath unto MARGARET, my dearly beloved wife the Bay P---ing Mare and her saddle & bridle together with her bed and bed clothes and her maintainance out of the estate during her life if she do(es) not marry but if she should marry let her next husband provide for her. ITEM: I give to my well beloved son, JOHN PINKERTON the stallion with white mane and tail. ITEM: I give to my two sons WILLIAM and DAVID PINKERTON there heirs and ajoyns forever all my plantation whereon I now dwell to be equally divided between them as possible. ITEM: I give to my daughter MARTHA ten pounds proclamation money and the little black mare when she come to the age of eighteen years and her maintainance of the plantation untill she is otherways provided for. ITEM: I give to my daugher MARY PINKERTON ten pounds proclamation money and the horse that is called her own when she comes to the age of eighteen years and her maintainance of the plantation untill she is other ways provided for. ITEM: I give to my step daughter, AGNES TRICKEY five shillings sterling and it is my will that the stock shall be for the maintainance of the family and working of the lands and lastly I constitute make and ordain my wife MARGARET and my son JOHN PINKERTON my only and soul executors of this my last will and testament and I do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disannull all and every other former testaments, wills, legatees and exectutors by me in any will before this time named, willed & bequeathed. Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament in witness whereof I ----- hereunto set my hand and seal this day and year above written. Signed, Sealed, Published & Pronounced and delivered by the said DAVID PINKERTON as his last will and testament. } DAVID PINKERTON (Seal) George Miller James Latta Orange County, January Inferior Court 1772 The executor of the written will was duly proved in open court by the Oath of George Miller and ordered to be recorded.

Mebbe this the Elizabeth, remember they called inlaws brother sister and
daughter back then...
Pinkerton Rowan County marriage records

Cunningham, Ruth married Pinkerton, William on 20 Jan 1795 in Rowan County, North Carolina
Fox, Caty married Pinkerton, John on 28 Dec 1796 in Rowan County, North Carolina
Dancy, Elizabeth married Pinkerton, James on 06 Sep 1800 in Rowan County, North Carolina
Pinkerton, Robert married Ray, Mary on 06 Sep 1800 in Rowan County, North

Monday, November 22, 1999 at 08:16:58 (PST)
David Dunn

Roger, belated thanks for your November 11 posting replying to mine of same date. I was away for a few days. I'm sure you have identified the right people. I was looking at the "Court Order" book, which does say the suit was "In Chancery". But I have never seen the actual Chancery Court records. Can you tell me where to find them - are they available from FHL in Salt Lake? I should have searched them out long ago because they provide a link between Richard III's kids and the James Archdeacon families. Thanks again, David.

Monday, November 22, 1999 at 10:46:04 (PST)
Roger Womack

David, this is what I have on the Source.
The following papers were found in an old box of papers, upstairs in a Courthouse, Farmville, VA.

Margaret Womack, widow and Relict of Richard Womack, Jr. dec'd. Late of this county that your Oratrix in or about this month of June in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and fifty three, intermarried with one Richard Womack, Jr. of the County of Lunenburg that Rich'd Womack Sen. Father to your Oratrixes Husband______ your Oratrix further shows that March 1754 this said Richard, your Oratrix's husband departed this life without having made a will and left your Oratrix pregnant with child of which she was delivered soon after his death which child is since dead______.

Margaret Womack, widow and Relict of Richard Womack Dec'd. Pit against Richard and Jacob Womack Defts- in Chancery. (Prince Edward Co., order Book 1759-1765 P.1) On the back of the warrent summoning Richard (the father) and Jacob (the son) to the settlement of ownership of a negro slave, Tabb and her two children, was written: "July 8, 1760 Executed on Rich d Womack no inhabitant. Another paper indicated he had gone to "North Carolina". In Orange Co., North Carolina in 1764 on the Watauga in 1772.

Source: abstracted from "Descendants of William Womack and Mary Jane Allen" by Carlos Womack, 1990 edition.

Monday, November 22, 1999 at 12:06:30 (PST)
David Dunn

Thanks, Roger.

Friday, November 26, 1999 at 21:32:32 (PST)
Wanema Womack Bullard

Would like to know the children of John N. Womack and Francis Coleman Just found out this may be the parents of my Great Grandfather, James Henry Womack in TN or MS and married Amanda Jane Forsyth 1865 in Panola Co. TX. Did John and Francis end up in TX? I know nothing about John and Francis. Would appreciate any information.

Friday, November 26, 1999 at 21:37:26 (PST)
wanema womack bullard

The message that I posted in reference to John N. Womack and Francis Coleman, I believe I gave her birth as 1896 instead of 1796. Sorry.

Saturday, November 27, 1999 at 11:42:16 (PST)
Roger Womack

Wanema, this is what i have as John's and Frances's children, however i have not documented this info someone may have it though.

John N. Womack was born December 25, 1776 in Georgia, and died July 19, 1848 in Washington Co., Mississippi. He married Frances Coleman 1797. She was born March 14, 1781, and died December 19, 1852.

Children of John Womack and Frances Coleman are:
1 Michael7 Womack, born Abt. 1797 in Womack, Hill, AL.
2 Chester Womack, born Abt. 1798 in Womack, Hill, AL.
3 John N. Womack, Jr., born March 24, 1799 in Womack, Hill, AL; died October 1859 in Montgomery Co., TX. He married Tabitha Ford; born October 1801 in NC; died October 25, 1865 in Montgomery Co., TX.
4 Vashti Womack, born October 29, 1802 in Womack, Hill, AL; died 1821. She married John Baker, Jr. 1820; born October 15, 1794 in Alabama; died November 11, 1838.
5 Aurelia Womack, born February 19, 1804 in Womack, Hill, Alabama; died February 07, 1881 in Galveston, Texas. She married Isaac Baker September 23, 1827; born October 10, 1800; died November 05, 1861 in Grimes County, Texas.
6 Mary Varchus Womack, born March 20, 1806 in Womack, Hill, Alabama; died December 11, 1848. She married (1) John Baker, Jr.; born October 15, 1794 in Alabama; died November 11, 1838. She married (2) Jackson W. Faith December 10, 1840.
7 Jesse Womack, born July 12, 1807 in Washington Co., Alabama; died October 12, 1884. He married (1) Julie Ann Brown January 02, 1838 in Sumter Co., Alabama; born Abt. 1815 in Alabama. He married (2) Eugenia L. Beasley July 11, 1850 in Montgomery Co., Texas; born Abt. 1825; died 1874.

Notes for Jesse Womack:
Ref. taken from the " Voice of Sumter " Livingston, AL., Tuesday, January 9, 1838, "Married in this place Tuesday evening the 2nd instant by the Rev. Mr. Hadden, Jesse Womack, Esq. Sheriff of Sumter County, to Miss Julia Ann Brown.......No union could be more blessed---no couple more Fortunate".

Jesse moved to Montgomery and Grimes County, Texas in 1842.

8 Daniel Womack, born October 27, 1809 in Womack, Hill, AL; died in Texas. He married ? in Alabama.
9 Elizabeth Womack, born January 08, 1812 in Womack, Hill, Alabama; died in Missouri. She married McLeod in Alabama.
10 Francis Hancock Womack, born May 26, 1815 in Womack Hill, Alabama; died 1875 in Montgomery Co., Texas. He married Nancy Grimes December 08, 1838 in Washington Co., Alabama; born 1822; died 1888 in Montgomery Co., Texas.
11 Abner Womack, born 1818 in Womack, Hill, AL; died in Montgomery Co., TX. He married Virginia C. Johntson January 20, 1851 in Washington Co., AL; born Abt. 1830.
12 Frances Coleman Womack, born 1819 in Womack, Hill, Alabama; died 1851. She married Joseph T. Files 1839; born 1813 in Alabama; died 1848.
13 Caroline Margaret Womack, born January 1821 in Alabama; died September 08, 1880 in Austin, Texas. She married David Levi Campbell November 20, 1842 in Alabama; born in Alabama.

Saturday, November 27, 1999 at 19:28:31 (PST)
judy campbell

was checking marriage records in Callaway County, MO and found some Womacks
that aren't mine: Mary A. Womack married Dr. James Brooks on 11 Feb 1873, James
Womack married Mary Gilmore on 29 Oct 1906, Julia Womack married James Dell on
22 Oct 1903. If these belong to you, I will get you a copy of the license.

I, also, found that Sally Womack married George Smith between 1865 & 1881,
and Charlotte Womack married Jefferson Wilkerson between 1881 & 1897, but they
were not on the page listed in the index. I didnot have time to look further,
but if they belong to someone, I will look further.

Saturday, November 27, 1999 at 20:54:43 (PST)
Robert E. Womack Moore

Hi: While searching Caldwell County, Kentucky on the "net", I found this in Court Abstracts for year 1810. For Monday Sept. 3., 1810 among list of "hands to be alotted to work on road" : Wm. Womack, Green Womack. Hope this helps someone.

Monday, November 29, 1999 at 16:01:39 (PST)
Jeff Andrson

I am interested in placing a certain Mary Womack with her parents. She was born April 1798. She married when only 16yrs old in 1814 to Thomas Jefferson, son of John Jefferson and Lucy Andrews. A previous query mentions the marriage certificate, Dec 1814 for Thomas and Mary. They had several children, listed below.

The Jefferson's and Scotts seemed to be from the same area of Georgia, as they migrated to Louisiana together, and two of the Scott boys married two of the Jefferson girls.

The other interesting bit is their son's name: Green Womack Jefferson. So unique that there ought to be a connection between Mary and some family member named Green Womack!


Children of Thomas Jefferson and Mary Womack are:
23 i. Sarah Marie Jefferson, born 1818 in Georgia; died 12/2/1901; married James Scott.
ii. Martha Elizabeth Jefferson
iii. Mary Amanda Jefferson, born 1825; died 1850; married Robert Hamilton Scott 1842 in Alabama; born 1824 in Alabama; died 1891.
iv. Thomas R. Jefferson
v. Green Womack Jefferson; born 1830 - marries Harriet Newell Hall
vi. Walter Raleigh Jefferson
vii. Sicily Jefferson

Any info and leads would be appreciated. This is tangential to my research on the DeGrummond family (Harry DeG. marries a daughter of Green Womack Jefferson and moves to Texas, and for awhile took care of Hattie and Mattie Jackson, two other grandaughters of Green W. Jefferson)

In Desoto parish, LA: Episcopal Cemetery

In the Jefferson iron fence enclosure are the following graves

Father - Green Womack JEFFERSON
Nov. 17, 1830- Mar. 19, 1909

Mother - Harriet Newell HALL JEFFERSON
Jan. 7, 1831 - Mar. 8 1893

May 2, 1857- May 24, 1891

Sister- Mary JEFFERSON JACKSON (mother of Hattie and Mattie - 1900 Census with M.J. DeGrummond, Harris Co. TX)
Sept. 7, 1858 - May 5, 1897

Marguerite DeGRUMMOND
June 9, 1889 - May 21, 1890
infant daughter of Harry Clay & Mattie JEFFERSON DeGRUMMOND (HC and Mattie married in Louisiana then moved to Texarkana and later Harris Co. TX)

Please respond directly, I don't get to read boards too often.

Jeff Anderson

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