December 1999 Message Archive


Wednesday, December 01, 1999 at 15:18:14 (PST)
Judy Womack
altolady@aol.com

Our roots are from Jacob(b. 1812, St. Helena Parish, La.) and Keziah Womack of Copiah County, Mississippi. Their children were Richard B.(b.1837), Rebecca(b.1835)m Thomas Ramsey, John H.(b. 1839), Ellen(b. 1841)m Wiley P. Randall, Daniel(b. 1841), Albert G.B.(b. 1845), Jacob Moore(b. 1846), and Jefferson D.(b. 1849). Jeff D. came to Texas as did Ellen and Daniel. We would love to hear from anyone who is connected with the siblings so that we can share information.


Thursday, December 02, 1999 at 02:03:12 (PST)
Elisabeth Contrades
bitkah@yahoo.com

Help! I am looking for my biological grandfather, Melvin Haley Womack, Jr. I don't have very much info. on him, I don't even know if he is still alive, but any hints or info. that you have would be greatly appreciated. I know that his immediate family was from Oklahoma,there were some cousins in Texas, and that he served in the military during WWII and was probably stationed in Honolulu ( or somewhere on Oahu or Kauai) where he met and married my grandmother, Alice Kawasaki. They we are also stationed at the Presidio in CA. He and my grandmother split in the early to mid-fifties and she took my mother and uncle back to Hawaii. I think he had a brother named Robert and my mom has mentioned that his mother or grandmother was named Jenny Lena, the surname was Whistler or Whisler? I have never met any of my Mother's "Womack family" as they lost touch after Melvin's mother died and no one in the family ever speaks of him. I would like to find him or any of his family as I am, naturally, very curious about them.

Thank you in advance for your help and I hope to hear from anyone who has information. Mahalo and Aloha from the "Hawaiian" branch of the Womack clan!

Lis


Thursday, December 02, 1999 at 10:28:38 (PST)
Sam Jordan
sam_jordan@ibm.net

To update my question from Aug 14, 1999 below I have the following plus more questions.

1. Alfred Jackson Womack
+ Jane Denkins
2. Joseph Emerson Womack 1858-1926 died Blakely, Early Co., GA
+ Annie Eliza Lokey 1865-1921 died Blakely, Early Co., GA
3. Emmett Lokey Womack 1884-1897
3. Jetta Womack 1886-1962
+ William Davis Paschal 1875-1946
3. Lucia Womack 1888-1890
3. Julia Womack 1890-1976
+ Edward Towell (Achmed Tauil) 1885-1954
3. Clyde Womack 1893-1970
+ Andrew Hollon Moore ?-1955
3. Annie Virgil Womack 1895-1980 (Died Athens, GA)
3. Mary Franklin Womack 1898-1967 (Died Gaineville, Alachua Co., FL)
+ Allen Henry Hasty 1895-1980
3. Ela Womack 1900-1997
+ (1) Harrison Alexander Graham 1894-1955
+ (2) James E. McLaughlin
3. Robert Kendrick Womack 1903-1974
+ Myra Grace Lawhon (?)-1982

2. Lizzie Womack
+ ? Hudspeth
2. Emmett Womack
+ Eleanor Wright
2. Julia Womack
+ William Robert Jester
2. Ola Womack
2. Jack Womack
2. Ed Womack
2. Virgil Womack
+ Viola (?)
2. Horace Womack
+ (1) ? (4 children)
+ (2) Jessie Bright (3 children)


My question is: Does anyone recognize the folks at the top of this tree?
I'm trying to figure out where Alfred Jackson Womack and his wife Jane Denkins
came from. Their children and grandchildren were spread all over the south
from Texas to Florida and up through Georgia to the Carolinas.
I've got a sneaking suspicion that they were from Tennessee, but don't really
know. Any clues?


Thursday, December 02, 1999 at 17:58:38 (PST)
Carolyn Powell
powell@blueridge.net

Newberry, SC has a new website which I was browsing and found the following:

SAMUEL WARNOCK, age 33, watch maker, a native of Co. Down, Ireland. Arrived in NY May 2, 1848.


Thursday, December 02, 1999 at 19:28:22 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/index.htm

Sam,
Perhaps someone has more on this family, I don't have any Alfred's with birth dates before 1820 in my database but there is a Jackson Womack born about 1815 son of the below Daniel and Nancy Pearcy. I have nothing on his descendants but several of his siblings children use Jackson as a middle name, might be a place to start or someone may have more on this bunch.

Will of Daniel Womack, Bedford County, Virginia Probate.
Dated 4 november 1829; offered for probate 22 March 1830.

After praying the Almighty God to receive my soul, when it shall be his good pleasure to seperate it from this my frail body, and requesting that my mortal remains may be decently interred, under the direction of my beloved wife; I Daniel Womack of the County of Bedford, do hereby make my last will and testament in manner and form following. that is to say:

1st. I desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid.

2ndly. After the payment of my debts and funeral expenses, I give to my beloved wife Nancy Womack, all my estate both real and personal, for and dureing the term of her widowhood, and should she continue and remain a widow, then dureing her natural life, but in the event of her marrying again, so soon as practicable thereafter, or should she never marry then at her decease, it is my will that the whole of my said estate be equally divided among my twelve children whose names here follow.

VIZ, Ann Womack, Sally Daniel Womack, Achilles Womack, Jesse Womack, July Benson Womack, Allen Womack, Jackson Womack, Edmund Womack, Nancy Jane Womack, Mildred Womack, Melissa Womack and Mary Womack.

In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix my seal, this 4th day of November 1829.

Acknowledged and declared )
for the last will and testament ) S/ Daniel Womack (seal)
of the above named )
Daniel Womack, In presence )
of us )

Robert Campbell
William Subblet


Thursday, December 02, 1999 at 19:34:27 (PST)
Marge Hoster
Doll2@AOL.com

My Grandmother's mother was Sarah Jane Erlsie Womack born 16 Jan 1853 in Hancock Co. Illinois to a father we don't know named WOMACK and a woman identified as Jane Ersland.(this woman was Sweedish and spoke little English as the grandchilren remembered) She was married on the 14 Apr 1881 to George William Stahlman in Bellview Republic, Kansas later moving to Nevada, Story County Iowa where she lived her life and was later buried on the 27th of March 1912. ANY information about this family would make her Great Grandaughter, my mom very happy. She knows nothing of this family!


Friday, December 03, 1999 at 07:35:01 (PST)
Johnny Womack Case
jcase@texramp.net

Roger, re your message of Dec 2 listing children of Daniel Womack, I have some questions. I have his death date as 22 Mar 1830, but if that was the date the will was probated, it is not likely he died the same day? On the children, I have Ann Sally and Daniel. On this list it is Ann and Sally Daniel? I had May instead of Mary? and I had Julia Benson instead of Judy Benson? Looks like the ones on father's will would be the correct, unless it had been copied a few times? Please set me straight as I would like to get them correct.


Friday, December 03, 1999 at 09:31:02 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/index.htm

Johnny, I dont know when he died but would assume it was before the 22 Mar 1830 probate. As far as the names of the children go I wouldn't go changing them around based on a Will. Many of our ancestors did the best they could just getting all the names on these documents, or someone transcribing for them and spelling wasn't a big issue, I would just make a note of the various spellings until you find something more concrete for changing names around. I've seen the same name spelled differently on the same will, don't go by them for correctness.


Saturday, December 04, 1999 at 11:45:31 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

This the bunch y'all talking about? Dont know wheah I picked this up but that Judy y'all got may be Jude male type---

Descendants of Daniel 1 Womack



1 Daniel 1 Womack b: Abt. 1775 d: 1830 Sex: Male
....+Nancy Pearcey b: Abt. 1784 d: 1850 m: 1803 Sex: Female
....2 Ann 2 Womack b: Abt. 1805 d: Sex: Female
....2 Daniel 2 Womack b: Abt. 1805 d: Sex: Male
....2 Jesse 09 Womack b: Abt. 1805 d: Sex: Male
....2 Jude Benson Womack b: Abt. 1805 Sex: Male
....2 Allen 2 Womack b: Abt. 1805 d: Bet. Sex: Male
....2 Jackson Womack b: Abt. 1805 Sex: Male
....2 Edmund 2 Womack b: Abt. 1805 d: Sex: Male
....2 Nancy 8 Womack b: Abt. 1805 d: Sex: Female
....2 Mildred 3 Womack b: Abt. 1805 d: Sex: Female
....2 Melissa Womack b: Abt. 1805 Sex: Female
....2 May Womack b: Abt. 1805 Sex: Female
....2 Achilles Womack b: Dec 25, 1807 d: Nov 30, 1897 Sex: Male
.......+Anna Carney b: Abt. 1823 d: 1860 m: Jan 1840 bond, his second Sex: Female


Saturday, December 04, 1999 at 16:12:58 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

Sam, that's the right bunch, Jude, Judy, July, Julie, I sure don't know which is correct but it married Reason G. Burson, either it was a she or ?


Saturday, December 04, 1999 at 22:52:56 (PST)
Jeremiah Shannon (Womack) von Walsung
butrflyz4me@cs.com

My grandfather is Louie Womack. He had three sons; Billy(my father), Jerry, Tommy. He also had a daughter named Debra. His wife's maiden name was Mary Bennefield. I do not know any other family members with the Womack name. I do know they lived for some time in Centre,AL. Louie is presently living in Guntersville,AL. as does all of the above named. If anyone can give me any info on our family history it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.


Sunday, December 05, 1999 at 09:45:51 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Jeremiah,
Have you queried your grandfather, grandmother, and your parents about their
ancestahs?? That is the most logical place to start getting everything you can,
even heresay, from that source...Unless, your Womacks are like many, dont want
to talk about it!!


Sunday, December 05, 1999 at 12:56:05 (PST)
Dana Womack
dlwomack@pinn.net

I just wanted to leave a quick note to say that I have changed email. Sorry if anyone has tried to contact me at my old address. My new email is dlwomack@pinn.net. Thank you


Sunday, December 05, 1999 at 17:44:05 (PST)
h> h> pERRY
BUSTERHERB@HOTMAIL.COM

I NEED THE ANCESTORS OF JOHN BENTLEY WOMACK B. 12,25,1846 JASPER, ARK M. FIRST HUDSON 2CND MARY JANE CECIL B. JULY9, 1855 JASPER, ARK. HE FOUGHT FOR UNION AT THE BATTLE OF PEA RIDGE AND DREW PENSION WHICH DATA CONTAINS NO GENEALOGY. HE DIED AT HUNSVILLE, ARK JAN. 8, 1914, WIFE DIED HARRISON, ARK 1936. HIS DAUGHTERWHO WAS MY GR MOTHER MARRIED NEWT NICHOLSON OF HARRISON, ARK. I HAVE MUCH NICHOLSON INFO AND WILL SHARE.......HERB


Tuesday, December 07, 1999 at 14:06:15 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/index.htm

I've added some census and marriage records on my homepage, if you find someone let us know here on WGN. More will be added as soon as possible.
"Happy hunting".


Wednesday, December 08, 1999 at 18:13:38 (PST)
Wanema Womack Bullard
Wanema@aol.com

If anyone is interested, I found some graves In Okla.

Mead Cemetery--Bryan Co. OK
Riley Russel Womack b.13 May 1864--d.25 April 1945
R.L. Womack b. 13 Jan. 1918 d. 24 Feb. 1918

Colbert Cemetery--Bryan Co. OK
Ada Womack b. 1887 d. 1975
Fount Womack b. 1878 d.1954
Sarah Womack b.1857 d. 1930
H.L. Womack b.1850 d. 1908



Wednesday, December 08, 1999 at 18:26:47 (PST)
Wanema Womack Bullard
Wanema@aol.com

If anyone is interested, I found some graves In Okla.

Mead Cemetery--Bryan Co. OK
Riley Russel Womack b.13 May 1864--d.25 April 1945
R.L. Womack b. 13 Jan. 1918 d. 24 Feb. 1918

Colbert Cemetery--Bryan Co. OK
Ada Womack b. 1887 d. 1975
Fount Womack b. 1878 d.1954
Sarah Womack b.1857 d. 1930
H.L. Womack b.1850 d. 1908



Wednesday, December 08, 1999 at 18:28:20 (PST)
Wanema Womack Bullard
Wanema@aol.com

If anyone is interested, I found some graves In Okla.

Mead Cemetery--Bryan Co. OK
Riley Russel Womack b.13 May 1864--d.25 April 1945
R.L. Womack b. 13 Jan. 1918 d. 24 Feb. 1918

Colbert Cemetery--Bryan Co. OK
Ada Womack b. 1887 d. 1975
Fount Womack b. 1878 d.1954
Sarah Womack b.1857 d. 1930
H.L. Womack b.1850 d. 1908



Thursday, December 09, 1999 at 08:31:09 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/index.htm

Received the following info from Bob at R6CTommore

In 1981 I found a book entitled "The Story of Cumberland County, Virginia" by a
Garland Evans Hopkins; published by Cumberland County Series, Historical Monograph No. 3 in 1942 on page 14 is this statement: "In 1627 among the tithables in Henrico were these surnames: Elan, Eppes, Randolph, Carter,Harris, Childress, Woodson, Pleasants, Hatcher, Watkins, Newcomb, Baugh, Lygon,
Womecke, Clerke, Allen, Lockett, Willson, Perkins, Parker."

If someone has access to this record it would be the oldest record of our Womack surname.


Thursday, December 09, 1999 at 10:03:17 (PST)
Barbara Womack Kelly
resbjk@gwumc.edu

Looking for relation that have joined the DAR (daughter of American Revolution) in the line of William Sr and Lovina Womack (1815) and William Jr and Elizabeth Stanover (1846).


Friday, December 10, 1999 at 11:44:49 (PST)
Jean Herbelin
jrhgwh@aol.com

I am looking for anyone with info on Flora B Womack born about 1879 in TN.
One family tree has her listed as the daughter of Elijah Womack born July 6,1846 in Springtown, TN and Lucinda Francina Marler. Elijah as the son of James Alexander Womack. But so far this is the only info I can find Flora. Can anyone help?


Friday, December 10, 1999 at 14:43:23 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

Roger, I think there is something wrong with that reference about 1627 Henrico tithables. I have seen the reference before but never found the record. For one thing, the eight original shires, later counties, including Henrico, were not formed until 1634. I suspect the reference includes a typo. I never mind being shown to be wrong when it advances knowledge, and would in fact welcome it this time, but am not very hopeful. David.


Friday, December 10, 1999 at 15:09:44 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

David, I was wondering about it myself, I ask if he was sure about the date, he was. So either the book has a misprint in it or something else. Just like to find outfor sure.


Saturday, December 11, 1999 at 12:23:32 (PST)
John Hendron
jbhn@aol.com

I am a long time WOMACK researcher who has failed to get one
single response to my query on a NANCY JANE WOMACK who married
my ancestor GUILFORD DUDLEY STORY,
NANCY JANE was born abt 1814 in Tennessee,she is reputed to have
died and is buried in FRANKLIN CO,ILLINIOS,she and GUILFORD
DUDLEY STORY were married on DECEMBER 7,1836 in POPE CO,ILLINIOS,
They had 8 children from 1837 until 1851,my ancestor from that
family was GEORGE WASHINGTON STORY who married MALINDA DAVIS,
any one having any information on either of these families I
would love to exchange information with!!!! my WOMACK side I
hardly know since information on her have been nada!!!!
Sure can use your help????
John Hendron




Saturday, December 11, 1999 at 12:42:48 (PST)
John Hendron
jbhn@aol.com

Does any one out there have a NANCY JANE WOMACK marrying a
GUILFORD DUDLEY STORY in POPE CO,ILLINIOS in 1836 in their
data bank?
Would like to learn something about NANCY JANE WOMACK and
her family,Help!!!
John Hendron


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 18:41:51 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova. net

Roger. I agree. So has anyone ever seen 1627 Henrico tithables?


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 21:52:19 (PST)
Webmaster
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Rumors of my death are greatly exaggerated. I'm still here lurking about. :-) I am grateful to everyone (Roger, Sam, David, et al) for keeping these discussions going, and being available to answer people's queries.

I cleaned up the message page and placed the months of May June, July, August, and September in the archives.

I'm going to try and update the site later this month, but since I keep breaking my deadlines, I'm going to keep my mouth shut.

-Mark


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:00:51 (PST)
Brian Keith
bk116@webtv.net

[posted by webmaster]

I NEED TO KNOW MORE ABOUT MY PAST. MY PEOPLE are FROM MCREARY CO KY.

PLEASE HELP,
BRIAN CRAZYFOX KEITH


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:02:19 (PST)
Grace Miller Long
ricky@microsped.com

[posted by webmaster]

I am the great grand-daughter of Rebecca Womack Ramsey. Her father's name
was Jacob. Her grandfather fought in the revolutionary war, David Womack.
Her great grandfather was John Pryor, member of the House of Commons, N.C..
Her family history goes back to Henry Plantagenet, brother of Richard the
Lionhearted. She bore and raised 18 children, all educated, school teachers,
doctors, and lawyers...Her husband was Thomas Jackson Ramsey, Sir William
Ramsey line.. Please feel free to contact me, Sincerely, Grace Miller Long


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:11:14 (PST)
Jon
wommack@dellnet.com

[posted by webmaster]

In search of relatives of James Estes Wommack. He was killed in an auto accident sometime between 1973-74.He died in Texarkana,TX, leaving behind his wife,Judith Carol Slater, and son, Jonathon Alan Wommack.

Any information would be greatly appreciated. wommack@dellnet.com


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:17:11 (PST)
A.H. Womack
ahwomack@usit.net

[posted by webmaster]

My name is Alvis H. Womack and I am looking for any information about my great father. Here is what I have on him. Born about 1815 probably in North Carolina. He was married to Avanell Cook in gibson county Tn. 1840. He died in Ark. 1867. I would appreciat any further information.


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:18:46 (PST)
Gail Lowery
glowery1@bellsouth.net

[posted by webmaster]

I would like to find where this information came from. What town? what City?
what State?????
Henry & Hannah Watkins and Ransom P. Womack.
Thank You
Gail


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:21:19 (PST)
Rhonda Warmack Houston
rfhouston@mindspring.com

[posted by webmaster]

It was suggested to me by Mr. Ray Bryan Womack that there is a whole
line of WARMACK(s) that reside thru the No Carolina area.

Also, it is that line on which I seek data on, that is connected to a Terry
Warmack.
I would also, like to ask Terry for information on the spelling of WARMACK,
as it relates to the rest of the WOMACKS.

Could someone refer me to this Terry Warmack.
Thanks very much, Rhonda Warmack Houston (rfhouston@mindspring.com)



Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:23:23 (PST)
David A. Womack
davewomack@aol.com

[posted by webmaster]

I am David Alfred Womack. I believe I have all the generations lined up back
to William the Immigrant at Jamestown. I descend from his son John, the
<>

I am particularly interested in the ancestors of William the Immigrant.

I don't have much time to give to genealogy. I am an active author,
minister, and literary agent. See my Web site at www.dwomack.com.

I would like to keep in contact with your organization.

I am David Alfred, son of Alfred Ray, son of Walter, son of Isaac, son of
Alexander (civil war veteran), son of Green (War of 1812 veteran)...


David A. Womack
davewomack@aol.com


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:25:00 (PST)
Louise Whomack
daughterofhan@genie.co.uk

[posted by webmaster]

HI,
my name is louise and i have been trying to find information about my surname. Unfortunately it is not listed anywhere, and I wondered if you had any information on this. My surname is Whomack with the 'h' which is unusual, and i am unaware of anyoine else who has this surname. I can only find info. on Womacks which is not really enough. Can you help.

Yours sincerely
Louise Whomack


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:32:05 (PST)
Stacy Heinen
stacy846@webtv.net

[posted by webmaster]

My grandfather was born in Oklahoma. His name was Wayne Womack..
He moved and was raised near Olney, Texas. Do you have any information
on him?


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:33:36 (PST)
Chris Hulse
chulse@efn.org

[posted by webmaster]

Kudos to you on the clean, easy-to-navigate Web site.

I came to your page to do some background checking on the name Womack. I
write fiction, and one of my current characters is a Womack.

I had assumed Womack was an eastern European name, probably Polish or Czech.

Then I read Jan Womack's treatise.

I scanned much of your site and related pages, and followed links, but I
can't figure out if the name is definitely English, of Norman (meaning Old
French) origin, _only_.

OR...is the name both English _and_ European. In other words, are there
some Eastern Europeans named Womack? (Assuming they didn't come from, or
have ancestors from, England or USA.)

I hope you can provide a quick answer, or direct me to a good Internet
source for the answer.

Thanks. I appreciate your taking the few moments to respond. I look forward
very much to your reply.

Chris Hulse
Eugene OR


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:35:08 (PST)
Roger & Bette
rkees@surfree.com

[posted by webmaster]

Hi, I know we are just a twigg, in the WOMACK line;
I have a Michael WOMACK (1794-1861)
The Pioneer Arkansan who named Nashville, Arkansas
MARR: Sarah "Sallie" JONES, in Tennessee (1815)
FATHER: Charles JONES
MOTHER: Rebecca NORMAN
*Sarah is a Sibling to our GGG-Grandmother, Eliza Jane JONES..married
Sloman Wesley REESE..

I came across the Genealogy of Michael WOMACK, and
some photo's etc.. I see my GGG-Grandfather Sloman W. REESE,
Thank - You! so much.. this is great..or is this Sloman Reese WOMACK
I know the name Sloman was used in many generations..
Anyway, our homepage http://public.surfree.com/rkees/
click, FARRAR Genealogy, this will bring you to the
Descendants of John (Jackson) "Jack" Hubbard FARRAR
& Mary Margaret "Tinnie" Tennessee REESE,
daughter, of Sloman W. REESE & Eliza Jane (Jones) REESE..
Eliza Jane JONES, daughter of Charles Jones and Rebecca Norman

We have updated our Genealogy to the best of our knowledge..
Also researching FARRAR, as noted.. in Arkansas..
any assistance..information..would be great!

In Research
Mrs. Roger W. Keesler
Bette Ellen in California


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:36:55 (PST)
A. Womack
Howellpac@aol.com

[posted by webmaster]

Any information on Burrell Womack born in 1816 in tn. or n.c. possibly. reply
to Howellpac@aol.com. Thanks, A. Womack.


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:37:54 (PST)
Tabitha Smith
tabitha@alcorn.lorman.edu

[posted by webmaster]

All I know is that my grandfather first name was S.L. Womack if you can
be any assistance in helping me to find any iformation it would be
greatly appreicated, or if you could direct me in the right direction he
was from Greenville, AL.

Thank again,

Tabitha
my email address is tabitha@alcorn.lorman.edu.


Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 22:39:22 (PST)
martha j.underwood
marthaju@gr8brdg.net

[posted by webmaster]

My grandmother , Martha Candace Womack Hardin told me she was a direct descendent of Sir James Womack , the Earl of Edinburgh. Sir James was beheaded and the family fled to Holland. His grandson was Abner. Abner's son was John or Gazaway and either John or Gazaway was the father of Rev. William M. Womack of Rutherford County N.C. He fought in the Civil War, surrendered at Appomattox with Gen. Lee then spent 75 years as a circuit riding Methodist Minister in Rutherford County. He was my grandmother's father. I am interested in getting this line straight and finding out more about it.


Monday, December 13, 1999 at 04:49:39 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Martha,
I have read this story about Sir James elsewhere. Cannot remember where. I
have posted queries on the Scottish message boards, with no success. As I
remember the story, this Sir James was in the 1300's--approximating the year
or years from your post puts him in the l6's or 17's.

This story does contain some credibility for one of our current English cousins
grand, or greatgrand, came from Holland; and they spell the name the same was as we.




Monday, December 13, 1999 at 06:44:52 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Found on a Czech message board - Katharina Womacek
From RootsWeb--Womacek 1700 1900 SaarInMahren,AUS valettaw
I think this was the same poster for both tho


On the subject of name origin..
Where I work I run across many names. One day I got a call from a lady in Tucson who was from Czech and for the past 35 years or so had worked with people who had ancestors, etc. that came thru Ellis Island that were trying to
recover the original family name.

She told me that there was a name similar to ours in Czech - Womacek - meaning someting small, but pleasant...I ran the name thru the Czech message board this morn and came up with this: Katharina Womacek
From RootsWeb--Womacek 1700 1900 SaarInMahren,AUS valettaw
The same person has a page on FTM with the name

I am not saying that this is the origin, but it is a possible link to the name.


Monday, December 13, 1999 at 06:46:54 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

A few things I picked up roaming around--mebbe help someone

Found on a German Religious web page
Laurence Womach, referring to the Bishop of England and his writings.

1850 Slave Schedule, Butler Co AL (owners only)
Beat 3, Dark Street Area
Jacob L Womack
John Womack

Beat 4, Midway, Mashville Area
Noland Womack


1996 graduates of San Angelo (TX) Lake View High School:
Billy Dean Womach Jr.


Monday, December 13, 1999 at 08:13:56 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Roger and Bette
Looking at you earlier posting, I tried to remember why I had FARRAR in one of my lines--then it dawned one me why...
John Williams married Mary Womack, their daughter Mary married William Farrar.

Mary Womack the daughter of William and Mary Woodson Womack.
William the son of Abraham and Sarah ?Summercales? Womack.

John Williams was the brother to Anne Williams who was my 7th great in another line..Williams/Daniel,Daniel/Harrison, Harrison/Pattillo,
Harrison/Golightly, Golightly/Bullington, Bullington/Jenkins, Womack/Bullington, Womack/Scarborough, Womack/Brewer, Me..


Monday, December 13, 1999 at 08:33:08 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

For Roger and Bette--
Am interested in your Jones/Norman line...Reason? I have one.

Clinton Norman, my 3rd great married an Elizabeth Jones(Sep 4, 1832, Rhea Co TN) their daughter, Mary Jane, married my 2nd great Samuel M Womack. It is believed that Elizabeth was born in SC to Oliver and ?? Jones..this is what I am trying to locate..her parents--etc.
Secondly, your Michael Womack/Sarah Jones - Michael was the son of David, son of Alexander Sr. David was the brother to my 5th great Alexnder Jr.
Perhaps, you may have that Jones info or someone else that has Womack/Jones/Norman may have..


Monday, December 13, 1999 at 08:39:44 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

OK OK so I got long winded agin! Last one unless I find somethin else interesting...

And, oh yes, Mark, welcome back to the world of the living hunting the dead!


Janet Womachka
JAWomach@coe.edu
I send an E to this address, it has not came back undeliverable in over
an hour like most do shortly after sent..She was a student at a VA college.

From an Iowa genealogy
210 iv. Darrel Tracy
Born: Private met Junean Womachka Private; born Private


Monday, December 13, 1999 at 14:02:09 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

I know I sed I wud shet upa but just put three small pages up and
they can be accessed thru http://www.samsawadee.net/wonder/home.htm - just go to near the bottom and look for Native American, WW II POWs, Norris Dam Site.
Thankee now for a word from ouah sponsor!!


Monday, December 13, 1999 at 18:38:50 (PST)
Jane Kinzle
jkinzle@trilobyte.net

[posted by webmaster]

Just found your web site today http://www.womacknet.com/sources/wgindex.html
and what a nice site you have. I am looking for any data you might have on
Elizabeth Womack who marr. my Charles Cawthon b.1736 VA. Children: Judith,
John, Claiborne, Elizabeth, Fanny and Mary Cawthon. I don't know who
Elizabeth Womack's parents are. Do you? Thanks a lot.

Jane Tolbert Kinzle (Walters/Ayers/Dodd/Tolbert researcher)
My Genealogy Web Site: http://back40.bizland.com/related.htm


Monday, December 13, 1999 at 20:38:18 (PST)
Randall W. Connell
rwc5c@aol.com

The following Womacks were buried in Confederate Cemetery in Alvin Texas: Phillip S. Womack (1877-1972), Arey B. Graham Womack (1897-1971), Knox Dale Womack (1913-1985), Nora Womack (1913-1985), Knox T. Womack (1890-1942) and Anna L. Womack (1890-1984). If anyone has information on Hattie Connell Womack (1887-1911) buried in Morgan Texas I would appreciate it.


Tuesday, December 14, 1999 at 23:11:01 (PST)
Melinda
Bdenise531@aol.com

[posted by webmaster]

I came across your information and hoped you might be able to make a connection for me. My husband's mother's family were Womack's and Buckner's from Virginia. She is a decendant of Alexander Womack married to Mecly Buckner. Judith Womack married James Buckner. I was just wondering if there was any connection that you are aware of.

Thanks for any help and Merry Christmas


Wednesday, December 15, 1999 at 18:16:55 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Melinda yer Judith a sis to me 4th great Jacob, married first cuz James Monroe Buckner Sr, then there were three more James M's aftah that I heah...


Thursday, December 16, 1999 at 23:36:41 (PST)
Walter Marion Womack Jr. (Wally)
cobraden@bellsouth.net

Feeling kinda down about the passing of my dad Walter(Marion)Womack Sr.
Who Passed away on Dec.11 1999.On my wifes Christy Womack's 32 Birhtday The day before my 35 birthday. He was the first cousin of Bryant Homer Womack
He was born and raised in Mill Spring N.C.His father was Collett Womack
and his mother was Annie Ola Byars. His last request was for his ashes to
be spread from the Womack Bridge in Polk County N.C. This bridge is located on
Big Level Rd. About 1 and 1/2 mile before you come upon the Lebonon Methodist
Church.This churchs graveyard is the memorial site for Bryant H. Womack.I know
some of the names in this gravyard and plan on writing down all of the names and
dates on the headstones.I also know of a gravsite about 5 miles from there that
is in the woods that has some dates dating back to the early 1800's and maybe earlier.With numerous headstones all marked with Womack names and dates.I have a video tape of my dad and his brother walking through the woods to this site and taping the headstones. Some of the headstones are not real clear and my dad is saying on the tape that one of the graves has been moved.This tape was made 12
years ago.I will come back to this page and list the names and dates of these
Womacks after we fullfill my dad's final wishes.I will be back before the first
of the year with all the information that I can gather about This branch of the
Womack family and the Serial number of the bridge which I do know starts with
WO.and then the numbers and date. Ashes to Ashes Dust to Dust.


Walter Marion Womack Jr. (Wally)
E-mail cobraden@bellsouth.net
East Flat Rock N.C.28726


Friday, December 17, 1999 at 06:56:13 (PST)
Curtis Womack
cwomack2@juno.com

My name is Curtis Womack , From Colo.Spgs.Co. Most of my family is from Southwest City Mo. I might be able to anser some questions. So emial me
at cwomack2@juno.com


Saturday, December 18, 1999 at 08:58:56 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Was playing around on the net and found this neat search engine that some of you probably have also - but it is at http://surhelp.rootsweb.com/srchall.html
when entering a name, make sure you hit the radio button for all soundex equivalent names - then when the name list comes up, go thru and click yes on all that look like Womack--I got 236 hits off this, some never seen before -
Here are 3 of them that were rather interesting--

bkerr@isd.net
I am looking for info on Zula Womack,an indian woman,who married Perry(?) Anderson. she is the mother of Otto Anderson. any and all info.

dunnfarm@ejourney.com
Im looking for a Jesse W. Womack m. a Alice c. Jolly both born around the 1860's gave or take some years. Has children Frances Eveline Womack b. July 23 1893, Birmingham Alabama. Gus b. 1895 died in war. Hermon L. was a box car bum. b.1902, dollie b 1891 m. a poore . leeno mac b. 1893,m. a Frank. Jesse died young. This family was mostly born in Alabama but was in the trail of tears. and went to TX OK.

millie71@aol.com
James ARCHDEACON III aka James CODY, born in Kilkenny, Ireland abt 1720/1725. First found in Prince Edward Co., VA. Married Sarah WOMACK abt 1753 (believe it was in VA), had 8 known children. Edmund, Jesse, John Michael, Richard, Jacob, Sarah, & David. James and Sarah WOMACK CODY both died in Warrenton, Warren Co., Georgia abt 1795. James's father was James ARCHDEACON, JR. also born in Kilkenny, Ireland and died in VA in abt 1759. His siblings were Patrick, John, Michael, Maurice/Morris, & Mary.


Saturday, December 18, 1999 at 11:48:16 (PST)
Sharon McCloud
spaulinmccloud@yahoo.com

[posted by webmaster]

Hi! My name is Sharon McCloud. I am currently
researching my family as well as my husband's family.
No one in my husband's family has done much genealogy
research, so I am literally starting from the ground
up. I just recently found out that my husband is a
descendant of Abraham Ford and his wife, Nancy Womack.
I just discovered the Womack Family Association
website. I would like to get some information. I now
know that Nancy Womack is a descendant of William "The
Immigrant" Womack. This is exciting news. I would
love anything and everything that helps me prove the
connections.

Thank you for your help.

Sharon McCloud


Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 22:34:00 (PST)
Mark Womack
markwomack@womacknet.com

Well, we haven't talked about the early Womack's in quite a while here. I just dug this up from the Rootsweb AKINS-L mailing list. In regards to James Akin that had a land patent with a Richard Womack in 1673. His daughter Mary appears to be the wife of John "Steal those hogs and apples" Womack.

-Mark
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Date: Thu, 23 Sep 1999 08:08:51 -0500
From: "Steven & Julie Akins of That Ilk"
To: AKINS-L@rootsweb.com
Message-ID: <004f01bf05c4$c91e5380$ce4ae6cf@default>
Subject: Re: [AKINS] Re: James Akins
Content-Type: text/plain;
charset="iso-8859-1"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

The Akin family of Henrico Co., Virginia is a very old line, dating back to
a James Akin, Sr. who was granted 250 acres of land in 1665. This James died
in 1710, leaving a will which names his wife, Sarah, and their children:
Mary Akin Womack, James Akin, Jr., Elizabeth Akin Farlow, and Sarah Akin
Nunnally.
James Akin, Jr. died in Henrico Co., Virginia, in 1744, leaving a will which
named his children as being: William Akin, James Akin III, Thomas Akin, and
John Akin. The will also mentions his grandchildren by his son Thomas as
being: Thomas Akin, Jr., Joseph Akin, James Akin, Frances Akin, and Isham
Akin. Some of these children may have later settled in what is now
Mecklenburg Co., Virginia (then part of Lunenburg Co.), and their
descendants seem to have gone on to settle in Granville Co., North Carolina.
Joseph Akin and Isham Akin, who both died in Granville Co., N.C. in 1808
leaving wills, were both originally from Mecklenburg Co., Virginia, as were
Lewis Akins, who died in Laurens Co., South Carolina, in 1791, and Thomas
Akins who moved to Wilkes Co., Georgia in 1785 and died there in 1810,
leaving a will. The Akins families of Wilkes, Warren, Elbert and Taliaferro
Co., Georgia are descended from this Thomas Akins.
Some of the North Carolina Akins families are known t have settled in
Tennessee, but I am not sure that they are of the Virginia line.

Julie A. Akins
The Clan Akins Society


Monday, December 20, 1999 at 12:24:08 (PST)
Mark Womack
markwomack@womacknet.com

I followed up with an email to Julie Akins, and she replied with information about the wills related to James Akin. It appears that his daughter, Mary, did marry John Womack (hog stealer). But guessing from the wills, Mary died prior to 1714. She is not mentioned in her mother's will, but John is.

My question is...how do we know that the John that married Mary Akin is the same John that is later in Prince George County? Everyone seems to think he is the same guy. Why?

-Mark

--------
Thank you for your message. There are several wills for this James Akin
Sr. family. His, dated April 21, 1712, and recorded 1 February, 1713, reads:
James Akin, Sr. of Varina Parish, Henrico Co., Virginia. To my wife, Sarah,
I leave the Indian woman named Rose and her two children, as well as the
plantation for the duration of her life. At my wife's death, the plantation
to go to my son, James Akin. The remainder of my estate is to go to my wife,
and she is to be my executrix. Codicil: to my four children: James Akin,
Mary Womack, Elizabeth Farlow, and Sarah Nunnaly, each 12 pence. Witnesses:
Thomas Chamberlain, Richard Oglesby, Charles Roberts.
The next will is for James Sr.'s widow, Sarah, which is dated 2
February, 1714, and recorded 2 August, 1714. It is Sarah's will which first
mentions John Womack as being the late Mary Akin's husband, who by 1714
appears to have been widowed, as Mary is not metioned by her mother with the
rest of her living siblings. It reads: Sarah Akin, widow: To my son, James,
slaves and items [these are not specified in the abstract that I have in my
records, but would have been listed in the actual will]. To my grandson
Daniel Nunnaly, a feather bed. To my daughter, Elizabeth Farlow, a feather
bed. To my daughter Sarah Nunnaly, items. To my son-in-law John Womack, one
shilling. The remainder of my estate to be divided into three parts, one
third going to each of my children, James, Elizabeth and Sarah. Executor:
son, James Akin. Witnesses: Thomas Chamberlain, William Baugh, Chareles
Roberts. The estate of Sarah Akin was appraised on 24 August, 1714, and the
inventory was recorded on 7 September, 1714, havinh been valued at 21 pounds
9 Shillings and 2 pence by James Baugh, Edward Tanner, Robert Hudson and
Moses Wood.
The third will is that of James Akin, Jr. dated 29 November, 1743 and
recorded in May, 1744, which mentions his children and grandchildren who
received various pieces of his estate of Butterwood in Goochland Co., VA, as
well as property adjoining a Mr. Flinton in Dale Parish, and the remainder
of his Henrico Co., VA estate which consisted of negro and mulatto slaves
and household items, it was witnessed by William Moore, Thomas Poullan and
Henry Poullan. William Moore may have been a son-in-law, as James mentions a
grandson named Thomas Moor. One of James' daughters (name unreadable)
married a Mr. Baugh, possibly a son of the William Baugh mentioned in Sarah
Akin's will as a witness.


Monday, December 20, 1999 at 16:22:58 (PST)
M. Georgia Rivera
georgia@tisd.net

I have only been doing research for four months. I have been working
on Womacks for about two or three weeks. I cant believe my luck finding
this site was great. A newly found cousin led me here..bless her!!
I have just finished reading a whole years worth of messages.....now
my eyes are falling out of my head...but thats okay..my head is
about to explode with all the Womack info. With all those Womacks
swimming about up there I am not sure who I am related to...but I will
get this all sorted out..

this much I am sure of...my grandmother Norma Jane Gilbert was
daughter of Sarah Jane Trafton..who was the daughter of Nancy (Womack)
Trafton b.April 19,1823 d.Sept 26, 1913 . The info I have says
Nancy was the daughter of Abner Womack and Anastasia Short. That is
as far back as I go.
Does anyone else have this information...I have no documention yet.

georgia@tisd.net
It


Monday, December 20, 1999 at 16:34:42 (PST)
M.Georgia Rivera
georgia@tisd.net

Maybe someone can help me with this puzzle...
Family lore from several close cousins says my
ggrandmother or her mother was indian...complete with name.
Something like Little Deer...These two women were Sarah Jane Trafton
and Nancy (Womack) Trafton..can someone shed some light on this...or
did this story come out of the air..seems when I was growing up
1950's and 60's everyone I knew claimed to be part indian..

M.Georgia


Monday, December 20, 1999 at 17:54:59 (PST)
Joyce Wommack
joylin@henge.com

Mark,
The way I have interpreted the will of Mary Akin Womackís mother is, in 1714 she left one shilling to John Womack. I think the reason she did this is because her daughterís inheritance would become the property of John, so she left him one shilling to solve the problem. Too bad for Mary, but she wouldnít have gotten it anyway and mom did not want him to get anything more than the law would allow. The reason I think this is because John wrote his will in 1725, leaving his wife Mary, "what the law will allow her and no more." This proves that Mary was living in 1725 after her motherís will. Sort of tit for tat sounds like. What a guy!
Joyce


Monday, December 20, 1999 at 23:01:41 (PST)
M.Georgia
georgia@tisd.net

I have had several people I have the wrong Nancy Womack...she can
not be Abner's daughter Nancy. Sooooo...

Does anyone have a Nancy Womack born in Mississippi April 19, 1823
married to Malachi Trafton Februay 23, 1841 in, Copiah Mississippi.
She died Sept 26, 1913 in Gonzales county, Texas. She is buried
in the Denton Creek Cemetery in Gonzales county Texas.
Her children were Edward, Edwin, Mary, Elisha, Robert, Sarah. All
listed on the Fayette co Texas 1850 Census. Also listed was Thomas
Womack age 14 .

thanks
mgeorgia


Monday, December 20, 1999 at 23:16:52 (PST)
MGeorgia
georgia@tisd.net

There is a chance Nancy was a Toney not a Womack. But can someone
tell me why Thomas Womack age 14 was living with them in 1850 Fayette county Texas....is there a Toney / Womack connection?

thanks
mgeorgia


Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 08:02:45 (PST)
Donna Womack McMullen
dmcmullen@donpablos.com

I am looking for any information on Clinton Kendall Womack. Specifically I need his date of birth. He was deceased on or around December 25, 1976 or 1977. I believe he was born in either Texas or Oklahoma. Clinton's father's name was Joe Womack. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you!


Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 08:52:13 (PST)
Rebecca Ramsey
Rramsey113@aol.com

Hello:
I was referred to this site by a person named Sam and would like to say thank you Sam!

I have an unknown WOMACK in my family tree and am hoping someone can help me. The following is my Chandler Family Group Sheet and I am looking for the Spouse of Temperance (Tempie) CHANDLER. I am willing to exchange information if we have a match.

My Chandler's were in Georgia from 1820-1840, then moved into Alabama. By 1845 they had moved to S.W. Arkansas where they can be found in Hempstead, Howard, Sevier, Pike and Polk Counties.

Please contact me by email: Rramsey113@aol.com as I don't check the forums very often.

Thank you:

Rebecca Ramsey

Family Group Record
==========
Husband: Joel CHANDLER
Birth: 1800 Laurens County, South Carolina
Residence: bet 1820-1842 Georgia
Residence: 1839 Georgia
Census: 1840 Benton County, Alabama
Census: 1850 Mine Creek Township, Hempstead County, ARK
Residence: 1860 Mine Creek Township, Hempstead County, ARK
Death: 1865 Little Rock, Arkansas
Father: John CHANDLER Sr. (b 1755)
Mother: Ritta
==========
Wife: Ritty (Ritah) BONDS
Birth: 1797 South Carolina
Census: 1850 Arkansas
Burial: Old Nashville Cemetery, Nashville, Howard, ARK
Father: Richard BONDS II
Mother: Mary
==========
Children
==========
1 F Mary Polly CHANDLER
Birth: abt 1821 Georgia
Residence: 1870 Muddy Fork Township, Pike, Arkansas
Spouse: Dave OWENS (m bef 1844)
----------
2 F Ritta CHANDLER
Birth: 1824 Carroll County, Georgia
Spouse: _____ BROWN
Spouse: _____ BACON
----------
3 M Bailey (Bale) CHANDLER
Birth: 1825 Carroll County, Georgia
Residence: 1845 Benton County, Alabama
Census: 1850 Pulaski County, Arkansas
Will: Oct 7 1913 Nashville, Howard, Arkansas
Death: Jul 17 1915 Nashville, Howard, Arkansas
Probate: Jul 24 1915 Nashville, Howard, Arkansas
Military: Civil War Arkansas C.S.A.
Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery / Howard County, ARK
Spouse: Matilda STEIL (m Apr 16 1848)
Spouse: Sarah Ann MCVAY (m Oct 3 1850)
Spouse: Cora MAILCOAT (m Jan 11 1894)
----------
4 F Narcissa CHANDLER
Birth: 1830 Carroll County, Georgia
Spouse: Jim FORD (m bef 1865)
Spouse: John WEBB (m 1865)
----------
5 F Lucinda "Lucy" CHANDLER
Birth: Jul 1832 Carroll County, Georgia
Death: Jul 21 1902
Spouse: James N. "Jimmy" SHARP
----------
6 F Susan CHANDLER
Birth: 1834 Carroll County, Georgia
Spouse: Allen LOGAN
----------
7 M William (Bill) CHANDLER
Birth: 1836 Carroll County, Georgia
----------
8 F Temperance (Tempie) CHANDLER
Birth: 1837 Carroll County, Georgia
Spouse: _______ WOMACK
----------
9 M Jno (John) CHANDLER
Birth: 1838 Carroll County, Georgia
Military: Oct 1863 Arkansas C.S.A.
Death: 1864 Howard County, Arkansas
Spouse: Pharthina E. (Annes) WHITE
----------
10 M Joel C. "Joe" CHANDLER
Birth: 1842 Benton County, Alabama
Death: Apr 6 1909
Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Howard County, Ar
Spouse: Permelia Jane "Mealie" REAVES? (m 1861)
Spouse: Alice Sims "Cricket" KING (m Dec 12 1907)
----------
11 M William David CHANDLER
Birth: 1843 Benton County, Alabama
Residence: 1850 Mine Creek Township, Hempstead County, ARK
Military: bet 1862-1865 Civil War - C.S.A.
Death: Aug 8 1927 Dierks, Howard, Arkansas
Burial: Green Plains Cemetery / Dierks, Howard, ARK
Spouse: Lucinda Catherine WHISENHUNT (m Aug 1861)
Spouse: M. Augusta (Gus) STEPHENSON (m Aug 29 1883)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
12 M George Washington "Wash" CHANDLER
Birth: 1845 Alabama
Death: Nov 13 1915 Cerro Gordo, Arkansas
Spouse: Sarah Blithe HUDDLESTON (m 1865)
----------
13 F Nancy (Melie) CHANDLER
Birth: 1847 Benton County, Alabama
AKA: Mealie
==========
Prepared Dec 21 1999 by:
Rebecca Ramsey
==========


Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 15:04:13 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/index.htm

Rebecca,
Looks like your Tempy Chandler was the spouse of Steven Womack, son of William Womack sp Frances, son of Alexander sp MIlly. 1880 AR census index has her name as Tenti but you know how those were. You might want to get in touch with Jeanie Hill email: hillj@brightok.net she is digging there also.


Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 15:11:51 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/index.htm

Donna,
I have Clinton Kendall11 Womack, born November 09, 1955 in Ft. Worth, Texas, and died December 1979, son of Joe Wendell Womack, son of Giles Raymond Womack, son of Abner Vandy Womack, son of Danie, s/o Richard Mansel,s/o David, s/o Richard, s/o Richard, s/o Richard.


Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 17:57:05 (PST)
M.Georgia
georgia@tisd.net

I found something that may or may not be useful.

This is from a listing for the Ledbetter Cemetery in Fayette county
Texas.

Womack, Mansal b. ? d. 1899 block 14 row 4
Womack, Watt b. ? d. 1897 block 13 row 4

In this same family plot..there is a
Beula Schermerhorn
b. april 8, 1893 d. Dec. 11, 1895


Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 23:36:19 (PST)
Mark Womack
markwomack@womacknet.com

MGeorgia,

Does your 1850 census listing, or any other listing, have the places of birth for the various people? Were they all born in TX or migrate to TX?

-Mark


Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 23:48:19 (PST)
mgeorgia
georgia@tisd.net

All the children were born in Mississippi
They came to Texas between April and Sept of 1850.

mgeorgia


Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at 04:36:59 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Georgia, If you are descended from whom Roger has shown; looks like we cuz'!!
I descend from Alex and Milly also, thru their son Jacob..

OK Mark, chalk up another connection!!


Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at 18:13:54 (PST)
M.Georgia
georgia@tisd.net

I have more information on Thomas (Thadeus)( Thaduce) Womack (Wamack)
I hope some one can tell me who he is.

He is listed on the 1860 Hill co Texas census. Next to Malachi and Nancy.
Thaduce Womack 23 Mississippi
Luvina Womack 22 Ill
John M. 1 Texas

He was listed on the 1850 Fayette co Texas census. Living with Malachi
and Nancy Trafton.

Can someone tell me who he is ? Is Nancy his sister?
Thanks
mgeorgia


Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at 20:48:16 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Georgia ah apollygize ye the wrong one and REBECCA contact me via e mail ye new Kuz!


Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 13:03:57 (PST)
Melissa Baker
RunngDear@aol.com

Just wanted to wish everyone a Merry Christmas! Thanks to you Roger and Sam for all of the help you have given me and thanks to the Womack genealogy net for helping me find a long lost cousin, Jean Young! All three of you have made my Year!
Melissa


Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 13:37:29 (PST)
Jean Young
Genesgene@aol.com

No matter what Melissa thinks, I have always known where I am, so how can I be her long lost cousin? Just because we did not know one another until this week.
Roger, Sam, if you can connect her , to William the immigrant, and her Gfather and my mother brother and sister, can you connect me too? Please please please.
Merry Christmas to each and every one of you. May Santa bring a new name for your family tree.
Jean


Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 20:09:06 (PST)
Melissa Baker
RunngDear@aol.com

She knew I couldn't pass that statement up! Ha! Ha! Okay Jean, I was lost, but then I am a blonde! Ha! Ha! No comments from you two Roger and Sam!
I had best get out of here before I get into more trouble! Ha! Ha!
Best of wishes for everyone the Holiday Season!!!
Melissa


Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 20:48:49 (PST)
Tommie
TBogle1480@aol.com

[posted by webmaster]

Mark, my husband is decended from the James Jasper Womack line. His
ggrandmother was Izora Leona Womack. Izora married Daniel Bogle from
Gassaway Tn. His blacksmith shop was located about a mile from the Gassaway
cemetary and church. This family settled in Gracemont, Ok. where they are
both buried.. DAVENPORTS KINGS SMITH are other lines for this family. Tommie


Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 22:11:16 (PST)
Belinda Beeler (Womack)
stmute@dialnet.net

My maiden name is Womack. That is about all the information I have on my maiden name. My father is Earnest Eugene and grandfather is Earnest. My grandfather never spoke of his family something about an arguement that caused him to be disowned. I am interested in knowning more about my ancestors. My grandfather and grandmother lived in Oklahoma because she was a Choctaw Indian. I believe my grandfather grew up in Arkansas. My parents lived in Arkansas about 5 miles from Oklahoma where I grew up in a little town called Hartford.
I am also interested in learning about Helen Womack. Helen was married to Baby Face Nelson.
If anyone has any information on any of these people please e-mail. Thank you


Friday, December 24, 1999 at 07:14:44 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

Melissa you know dang well I would comment!! Blondes are my favorite wimmen, onliest ones I can put one over on!!


Friday, December 24, 1999 at 07:21:12 (PST)
Sam Womack
samsawadee@uswest.net

Did your Grandmother, the Choctaw, file an application for citizenship and get on the rolls?? I find one Womack family and one single Womack on the Choctaw rolls at this time. as follows:

Amanda Womack Tribe:Choctaw Application Number: 498 Charley Womack James Womack James H. Womack Jesse Womack John B. Womack Margaret E. Womack Mary M. Womack Robert H. Womack Samuel Womack William L. Womack These were all listed as being application 498, so must be a family.
Tobia Wommick Choctaw Application Number: 954

Are these related to yours?


Friday, December 24, 1999 at 07:42:14 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

OK OK OK NOW HEAR THIS!!
Unless someone has something other than the name on the marriage certificate,
lets lay this Helen Womack/Baby Face Nelson aka Lester Gillis thing to rest!!
I purchased the Biography from A&E on Nelson. I just got thru running thru to
the part where they showed the ACTUAL NAME ON THE MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE! I stopped the vidio on still and copied down her name from that document; AND,
her name is clearly shown as Helen WARWRZYNICK - now if you can get Womack outta that, you a bettah peeple that I am cause ah kain't!!

If anyone has anything other than this that would prove her to be a Womack born,like her b/c, bible record or other OFFICIAL documentation, please refer
the rest of us to the source.

Irealize that one of the movies referred to her as Womack, but that ain't no source!!


Friday, December 24, 1999 at 20:28:20 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/index.htm

Just want to wish everyone a "Merry Christmas"


Saturday, December 25, 1999 at 03:25:37 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@uswest.net

And from the Babe and I
Frohe Weinachten, Feliz Navidad, Mari Kurisimasu, Mele Kalikimaka,
and just a good ole fashioned MERRY CHRISTMAS to one and all!!


Sunday, December 26, 1999 at 12:38:29 (PST)
Edwina Kay
wina@jps.net

My ggrandmother was Earlie Lee Womack Knight b. abt 1886 and died in McKenzie, AL. She was 1/2 indian and married a David Lee Knight, possibly a black creole in Greenville, Butler Co. AL. Her mother's name was Lucinda or Lucinie and may have been called "Miss Cindy". I am particularly interested in any Womacks of any name variation who were born, lived, married, or died in the counties of Butler, Lowndes, Conecuh, and possibly Clay, in Alabama. I do not know if my line of Womacks is related to William Womack or William the Immigrant since I am African-American. I have had little success at finding ANY references to African-American or Native-American descendants of William Womack or any Womack for that matter so any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.


Monday, December 27, 1999 at 08:24:57 (PST)
Mona Lisa Campbell
cfa@bellsouth.net

Greetings Fellow Womack's,
I do hope all had a very Merry Christmas.
I am trying to find the name of my great, great, great grandparents. I know my g,g,great grandfather was in the Civil War and died in the early spring of 1865. It is believed his wife was a cherokee. They had four children, Tom, Willie, Mary Catherine and Zelleole. Mary Catherine was born Dec. 28, 1851. She married William Watson. They had three children, John Abner, and Minnie Catherine.Willie had two sons Pim and Dock.Tom had two sons, Bill and David. Zelleole nevered married. Minnie Catherine is my great grandmother.These were all in Alabama.
Since the day I started this search my heart has been over flowing. Every time I get online and start reading I feel as if I am going to cry. This coming from someone that never fit in. All I ever heard about was my grandfathers family and I was nothing like them (though I loved him dearly)I was the lost sheep. Now the more I read the more I find of myself and the more tears I shed. When my grandma gave me her records for me to finish her work I felt as if someone had given me the world. Although there is very little information it is a treasure to me. I am proud of every tiny bit of information I find. Once I find the names of g,g,great grandad I will put the infomation together in a small hand made book and give a copy to my beloved grandmother.
If anyone out there has any information on the Womack's that came to Alabama I would be forever gratefull if you would send it to me.
Recently someone asked me if I was worried about the coming millenium. I can only say that I feel priviledged to be a pioneer of the future.Those of us that have the blessing to be apart of this need only to look back at the courage and determination of our ancesters. Gird ourselves with this knowledge and go forward.
May have many blessings in the new year.
Mona Lisa


Monday, December 27, 1999 at 12:10:54 (PST)
SYLVIA WOMACK
sbwomack@webtv.net

I'M NEW ON THE "NET" - GIFT! REALLY EXCITED ABOUT FINDING INFORMATION ON WOMACKS FROM LEE COUNTY, NC. MY HUSBAND'S GRANDFATHER HAD 12 CHILDREN AND I HAVE ONLY BEEN ABLE TO TRACE 3 LINES. HOPE YOU CAN HELP -
DOES ANYONE KNOW ABOUT GEORGE WALTER WOMACK BORN 1851 AND MARRIED MARY JANE DEES FROM CHESTER, SC.
CHILDREN WERE JAMIMA, 1873; HETTIE, 1874; MARY LETIE, 1876; RUFUS GENISES, 1877 (OUR RELATION); JAMES CAPEM, 1879; ALTIE, 1880; ROMULUS 1882; MALINDA AND MALISSA (TWINS) 1883; SELLERS, 1884; WALTER, 1885; RELIES 1887.


Tuesday, December 28, 1999 at 12:23:40 (PST)
Jackie Perry
JDP905@aol.com

HAPPY NEW YEARS one and all.My mother was a WOMACK and very proud of that.My GGgrandmother name was Lovine Weisman or Wiesman WOMACK. I have been told she was a Native American. Does any one know where I can find out if Lovine family the Wiesman's were Native American? Thank You for all the information you have given me so far. This is the best!! Jackie :-)


Tuesday, December 28, 1999 at 22:00:53 (PST)
Nadine
n.cowen@ziggycom.net

First of all I'd like to say I just found this site and love it. My grandfather was Monte Olis Womack,b.1893,Humble,Russell Co.KY.Then:
Morgan who m. 1st.Julia Roy 2nd.Martha Jane Foley
Jesse who m.Delilah Blair
William who m.Rachel Gilpin
Jesse who m. Sarah Daniels
William who m. Mary ?
William who m. Mary Gower
Abraham who m. Judith ?
William 1 ?
as you see I have lots of info but having trouble putting it together.
Have nothing on computer yet but paper you can't believe.I suspect I might have
a William too many in there. Anybody have a family line from Adair Co.KY?
would love to hear from you.
Thanks
Nadine


Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 06:20:31 (PST)
Mary Lee (Griswold) Tackett
chigger@mciworldnet.com

I am the granddaughter of Davis Womack of North Fork of Oldtown, KY.
He died before I was born in the late 1800. Would like any informaton of his family history. His wife was Effie Taylor.


Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 08:36:41 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/index.htm

Descendants of Jefferson Davis Womack
Mary Lee, This is what I have on Jefferson Davis Womack

Jefferson Davis Womack, son ofAllen Lillious Womack, son of James Tigna, sonf of William, son of William, son of William, son of Abraham, son of Abraham born 1644was born Abt. 1861 in Greenup Co., Kentucky, and died 1926. He married Effie Taylor, daughter of James Taylor and Mary Holbrook. She was born 1873.

Children of Jefferson Womack and Effie Taylor are:
i. Edna Womack, born Abt. 1888.
ii. Alta Womack, born Abt. 1896.
iii. Lucy Lee Womack, born Abt. 1897.
iv. Mary Elizabeth Womack, born Abt. 1899.
Just guessing on these children birthdates.


Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 09:54:27 (PST)
Webmaster
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Nadine,

This link will take you to a page that lists the known researchers for Adair Co, KY:

http://www.womacknet.com/researchers/rky.html

And this link is to a page that lists people buried in a Womack Cemetery in Adair Co.:

http://www.womacknet.com/sources/adairco_ky_cem.html

Let us know how it goes,
-Mark


Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 15:01:41 (PST)
H.H.Perry
busterherb@hotmail.com
N.A.

Since posting a recent query here as to ancestory of John Bentley Womack, b. Dec. 25, 1846, d. Jan. 8, 1914 ( lived and died in N. W., ARK ) I've been asked if he could possibly be a son of Jesse Womack b.? d.Ca 1862, lived Carroll Co., Ark. on Little Mulberry Creek, m. Elizabeth, daughter of Joshua Wharton and one of a family of 12. Could such a family be missed on 1830-40-50 census records? If this can be proven there must be many, many relatives in Newton, Carroll, Johnson and Madison Co., Ark. Just a thought but were people considered Indian skipped by the census takers? I have an ancient copy of a photo of John Bentley Womack and he doesn't have Indian looks. HHPerry


Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 17:45:46 (PST)
Betty Phea
mikephea@iamerica.net

ancestry.com has Muster Rolls of War of 1812 (29 hits) and Civil War Muster Rolls (243 hits) free right now, as is a lot of dbases until Jan 4. might help someone..


Friday, December 31, 1999 at 02:32:40 (PST)
Melissa Baker
RunngDear@aol.com

Just dropping a line to say Happy New Year to all!
May you all be blessed with good health this year!
Melissa


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