February 2001 Message Archive
Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 11:10:35 (PST)
Roger Womack
MLWomack@aol.com

December messages have been moved to the Archives. We now have 567 Womack researchers listed. If you find a link that don't work let me know.

 


Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 15:52:13 (PST)
Glenn Womack
WomackGlennDW@aol.com

I was seeking out old graveyards in Butler County, Kentucky some time ago, and I came across a little graveyard hidden in a thicket that contained two generations of my grandparents (g and gg). Now the problem.

There was one small tombstone in it in line with ggrandpa and ggrandma. The information on the stone is:

Anthlin Womack
Born: July 10, 1865
Died: July 15, 1884

So far I jave been unable to find anything on him, like who his parents were.
Any help will be appreciated.

Glenn Womack

 


Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 19:09:10 (PST)
Ann McDonald
quiltdog@yahoo.com

Before I pop the $ for it, has anyone taken a look at the new FamilyTreeMaker CD 364 - which is called something like Americans in English Records? William Womack and Timothy Allen both pop up in the index to it. If no one has seen it, I'll pop for it - if it isn't our guy I can always return it. Ann

 


Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 22:52:54 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Ann,
I think you will also find on that, tho I havent seen it, that Abraham and
Richard were born in or of England - Mary Judd appears with William Womack as does Mary Jane Widow Womack - Since I dont know how it is formatted or what is in it hesitant to say it is probably a compilation from the IGI; from which I just finished putting every Womack, all 39 British spellings of them, into a GEDCOM.
I will be posting that in a surname/index format this weekend - mebbe you may want to wait to let go the $ until after you see this??


Friday, February 02, 2001 at 08:01:27 (PST)
Ann McDonald
quiltdog@yahoo.com

Thanks Sam, I'll think on it a few days - it's supposed to be a collection of several printed books, though, not the IGI - things like Coldham's "Virginia Colonists in English Records." Ann

 


Friday, February 02, 2001 at 19:00:38 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Ann
Sounds like the stuff they kept at Somerset house before moved somewhere else.
I dont think anyone has ever really perused those records thoroughly, not even the LDS! Unfortunately, many of the pre-RW records were shipped across the pond.
Someone needs to tho, mebbe in retirement a months trip to the UK??


Sunday, February 04, 2001 at 20:37:12 (PST)
Ray Bryan Womack Sr
WomackRayB@worldnet.att.net

I've tried several time to send Elizabeth Grey Emmerson a message without success to the address elizgray@camalott.com. I even tried a reply to the message she sent me, still no luck.
Ray Bryan

 


Monday, February 05, 2001 at 09:02:53 (PST)
Noel Freesh
freeshpn@aol.com

I am trying to identify descedents of Elizabeth Solomon and Wellington Reynolds from Clark Co,IL. She is the daughter of Peter D Solomon and Comilla (Milly)WOMACK, b 1802 Butler or Logan Co, KY . Comilla and Peter D were married abt 1827. Elizabeth was born in Clark Co, IL.
Thanks

 


Monday, February 05, 2001 at 12:27:27 (PST)
Eric McWilliams
mcwilliamseric@hotmail.com


This upcoming season of the 2001 please try to fit the adventures of sinbad the sailor back on the air

 


Monday, February 05, 2001 at 15:14:22 (PST)
MARY ZIKUHR
ZIKUHR@YKC.COM

I AM LOOKING FOR WILLIAM S. WOMACK AT WWOMACK@N-LINK.COM WHO POSTED A MESSAGE BACK IN SEP. 14, 1998 LOOKING FOR YOUR GRANDPARENTS WILLIAM AND JACKIE WOMACK. I HAVE YOUR ANSWER BUT YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS DOES NOT WORK. HOPE YOU SEE THIS MESSAGE SOON

 


Tuesday, February 06, 2001 at 11:31:22 (PST)
Stephanie Richards
freste@austin.rr.com

I am trying to find out all I can about Anastesia Stacy Short (wife of Abner Pryor Womack), her parents,and Martha (wife of Richards Mansel IV Womack). I have read that these wives may have been Choctaw, I would love to find out all I can about them and their ancestors. My family has traced our lines back to Charles Augustus Womack,1575,England. I am Anastesia's third great grandniece.I would appreciate any info. Thank you.

 


Tuesday, February 06, 2001 at 18:44:55 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

For Stephanie Richards. That makes three Choctaw wives. Where on earth did you "read" that? Please say. And please read my October 2000 entry (or many others on this site) about the fictional Charles Augustus.

 


Tuesday, February 06, 2001 at 18:50:59 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

For Judy Estes. I haven't checked my files (and I don't trust much for accuracy in the relevant period) but did you make a mistake in your posting? You seem to say an Abraham born before 1668 is the son of a John born 1653.

 


Wednesday, February 07, 2001 at 06:51:42 (PST)
Rebecca
chomphosy@aol.com

I'm a descendant of Richard Wommack of Lincoln Co. MO (b.1804 in VA), whose father was Richard Wommack (1762-1811) m. Catherine Streetman. I had an email from a lady who has seen a transcript of a family Bible giving Richard's (1762-1811) father as Richard (1732-1788) son of Richard (1710-1785) son of Richard (1674-1723) son of Richard (1655-1684) son of William the Immigrant (1620-1697). I find general agreement on William and Richards I, II, and III, and have convincing documentation of Richards V and VI, but cannot find any record of Richard IV (1732-1788) as the father of Richard V. Can anyone out there help?

 


Wednesday, February 07, 2001 at 07:57:23 (PST)
Ramon E. Womack
RSBuffy2@webtv,net

I am hesitant to ask for information about my family
because the answer may have been posted in prior years. But, here goes----
My gfather was Thomas Jefferson Womack, who was born in Warren County, Tennessee on May 20, 1864 and was married to Tabitha Jane Denton in Trafalgar, Indiana on January 1, 1894. My gmother Tabitha Jane Womack nee Denton, was born in Warren County, Tennessee on October 8, 1871. She was the daughter of The Rev. James Mordica and Octavia Lowry Denton.

All of this information came from a small book written by Edythe Whitley. It was published by the Womack Publishing Company, McMinnville, Tennessee in January 1959 with a foreword by Walter Womack, Publisher and is entitled "Some of the Descendants of Rev. Richard Denton".

I am requesting any information concerning the parents and ancestors of Thomas Jefferson Womack from contributors to this Message Board, if they have any information.

By the way, Walter Womack and James Denton Womack (my father) were first cousins.

Ramon E. Womack
Nasville, Tennessee


Wednesday, February 07, 2001 at 15:33:31 (PST)
Bob Reese
rreese3459@aol.com

Re David Dunn's posting of Feb. 6th. I too question the pre-1668 birth year for his son Abraham, particularly since Abraham is identified in John's will as his youngest son (of several mentioned). Also, in one of the several court hearings resulting from John's confrontations with his wife a witness, Bartholomew Roberts, testified that in April, 1687, he saw John spank his (John's)3 month old child. The gender of the child isn't mentioned, so I figure that there is a 50/50 chance it was a son that John was spanking. Something is not right with this line. It would appear that at some time some dates were doctored to fit an Abraham II, born 1792, into this line as the father of Abraham III, born 1718 and Thomas born 1724. Does anyone have any real proof of this line? I'm trying to get back from Levi, born 1810-1820, who is said to be a son of William and Rebecca Parker Womack. William is said to be a son of Thomas (above).

 


Wednesday, February 07, 2001 at 17:36:28 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

For Rebecca. Well your posting raises lots of questions. Let's start with the most problematic. The Richard you call Richard III, the c.1710-1785 one, did have a son Richard, often called Richard IV. The trouble is, that Richard IV is known to have died about 1758 because in August 1758 in Prince Edward Co., his widow, the former Margaret Archdeacon/Cody, sued her father-in-law Richard III over dowry/property. So he can't be your Richard IV. Now then, you say you find "general agreement" on: William (but that would not be among the serious researchers on this network); and Richard's I, II and III. Well, the Richard I to Richard II is fairly clear but Richard II to III less so; I accept it on propery records, but it's not crystal clear. So could you please give us more information about the email and the Bible transcript?

 


Wednesday, February 07, 2001 at 19:49:06 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Ramon
I have a copy of the same book you have on Denton and there were two Womack entries in it - Thomas Jefferson appears to be a descendant of Thomas and Louvisa Rice Womack - Also for those who dont know - Edith Whitley is a professional genealogist commissioned by Walter Womack to compile that particular genealogy -


Thursday, February 08, 2001 at 05:41:41 (PST)
Rebecca
chomphosy@aol.com

Thank you, David, for your response, and also for the point about the "general agreement" -- I see that it isn't actually all that general. As to the Bible, I have no further information on it. The email responded to a GenForum query. The sender said that she had information "from a family Bible" making this connection. I know from other lines of my family that there are sometimes people who go west and the folks back home lose sight of them -- my gr-gr-gr-grandfather Haden is often shown as childless on family trees -- so I didn't want to dismiss it out of hand. On the other hand, I also know that people sometimes graft their families onto longer family trees out of wishful thinking -- and I suppose they might do that in their family Bibles as well as on the web. All my previous info has been that Richard Wommack (1762-1811) has no verifiable antecedents.

 


Thursday, February 08, 2001 at 07:49:08 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Dale Evans Rogers
May you and Roy now have Happy Trails forever!

 


Thursday, February 08, 2001 at 12:40:53 (PST)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com
http://www.womacknet.net/dale/daleevans.htm

I've put up a webpage "In Memory of Dale Evans" the link is also on the WGN homepage.

 


Friday, February 09, 2001 at 19:01:09 (PST)
Paul N Womack
womack1@earthlink.net

Roger: On behalf of the rest of the family of Womack's and all of us "kids" that grew up with Roy Rogers & Dale Evans as role models, Thank You for the tribute.

 


Friday, February 09, 2001 at 19:55:46 (PST)
Rebecca
chomphsoy@aol.com

Discussion of the numerous Richard Womacks and whether they became Richard Wommacks has been continuing at the GenForum discussion page and through emails. We Wommack descendents see right away that we are not connected with William the Immigrant, whether or not he existed. However, another suggestion has been made: Richard Wommack (1762-1811) born in VA and died in TN, was the son of Richard Wommack (1728-1788), son of Robert Wommack (1680-1753), born in England and came to VA. I don't know yet where this data came from, though I have emailed to ask. Youall were so quick to help before, do you know anything about these guys? Thanks!

 


Friday, February 09, 2001 at 21:00:42 (PST)
Ann McDonald
quiltdog@yahoo.com

Well, to debate over a mm vs. an m is a little iffy. I just ran across one of my ancestors indexed under Kinchly Wornace - in fact this particular person - same guy - has been a Wormack, Wommack, and Womack, sometimes in the same document! Now, there is at least one family - I'm thinking Richard Womack who m. Ruth Owens here - where most of the descendants spell it Wommack. I know of a graveyard in Arkansas where literally half of the family stones spell it Wommack and the other half Womack. I think at last count, the variations on the name Womack was up to around 30 or so.

Don't get too verklempt about the exact way things are spelled - that's one beauty of the soundex system, it helps weed out some of these variations.

To sort out which Richard exactly you are looking for - who was he, who did he marry, where exactly did he live, and when. That'll help narrow it down from the dozens of Richards out there in the same time period.

 


Saturday, February 10, 2001 at 06:03:09 (PST)
Lilly Gorman
rgorman737@aol.com

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank Carolyn Powell. I was reviewing some of the 1997 messages and found one of Carolyn's regarding Green Womack. I took a shot and sent her an email and low and behold she responded. I was so surprised. Carolyn sent me more information than I could have hoped for. She is a very generous woman. I am new to this game so have not worked out all of the connections yet but am pretty certain that there is a link there somewhere.
Again, thank you Carolyn and thank all the Womack's for this fabulous web page. It is by far the best that I have seen. I found quite a bit of information on my Idaho Womack's, (Womick) in the census records, prior to getting all the goodies from Carolyn. THANKS

 


Saturday, February 10, 2001 at 18:34:18 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Ann
You are perfectly right - ALL Womacks are related no matter how it is spelled!
Remember I posted sometime back 81 different variations of the spelling - 42 here in the US and 39 in England - your Wornace made it 82 not and as I remember the name was once also disguised as Weynmouth and/or Warmouth.
First of all, I know why some of the Wommacks in the Pocahontas AR area spell their names with the double "M" and as Wammack and etc..they are all related to
my direct line - one of them was my GG-GF-brother others were cousins firsts at that--the change in that line was because of naming after the CW..I also found a couple of Womacks in Germany in the 1800's and or two born there in the early 19's..spelled the same way as we do--

The German name "Wambach" is close - but no kewpie at this time---but it is close to that Johann or Johannes Wombok that Jan said was on a tax list about 1372 in England -

As Jan has said, the Womack name was pronounced originally with a "h" sound in it - and I am not firmly convinced that because of this and some itinerant or illiterate census takers, that the Homack, Hammock, et al on spellings also, name is not really Womack...the sound, or a "W" carelessly written or read, and you can come up with an "H" easily.

Another good example are those in TN, and later, on that dropped the "k" from the end - they were ALL originally Womack's.."k" and all---and most are in my direct line of descent--So to say one is not related merely because of spelling, well shucks people!!


Sunday, February 11, 2001 at 15:19:31 (PST)
Max L. Womack
mwomack@cimtel.net

Looking for information on my ggrandfather. I have been told he was in law enforcement in or around Holdenville,Oklahoma. Hughes county.
William (Bill) Womack db 01-17-1860 dd 01-01-1932
Wife Elizabeth _______ db 09-25-1865 dd 11-27-1941
They had 11 children
Amos Womack db 09-24-1881 dd 09-11-1882
J.N. Womack db ---29-1883 dd 03-27-1930
Newt E. Womack db 01-22-1886 dd 03-02---?
Frances Womack db 05-14-1888 dd 07-19-1967
Ode E. Womack db 04-19-1890 dd 01-09-1969
R. Ed Womack db 07-14-1892 dd 05-13-1951
George O. Womack db 09-28-1894 dd 01-27-1967
Lilly (Taylor) Womack db 12-29-1896 dd 04-24-1963
Clara Womack db 12-22-1899 dd------?
Adline Womack db 02-02-1902 dd ------?
Vida Phelps (Jeff) Womack db 05-28-1904 born at Houston, Ark. or Fort Smith,
dd 11-18-1961 at Pawnee, Oklahoma. (This was my Grandfather,) he married
Emmie Arlene Bright ,db 09-30-1903 at Sentnel, Ok. dd 10-26-1986 Pawnee.Ok.
They had eight children
Alvie Jr. Womack db 09-25-1923 Pawnee,Ok. dd
Orville Newton Womack db 07-18-1925 Maramac, Ok. dd (This is my father)
Ruth May Womack db 02-05-1927 Holdenville,Ok. dd 07-30-1983
Carl Lee Womack db 03-20-1929 Skeedee, Ok. dd
Wynema Jean Womack db 03-13-1931 Pawnee, Ok. dd 02-27-1982
Francis Franklin Womack db 04-19-1933 Pawnee,ok. dd 04-17-1992
Melvin Ray Womack db 05-25-1935 Pawnee,ok. dd 05-19-1982
Darrell Wayne Womack db 06-25-1939 Pawnee, Ok. dd 11-14-1995


Sunday, February 11, 2001 at 21:03:01 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

An Arkansas Obit.

RUSSELL -- Grace Elizabeth Womack, 90, died February 10, 2001. She was born
in Greenway to Frank and Elsie Kimmel Leeds. She was a homemaker and a
member of the Russell Baptist Church. Services 2 p.m. Monday at the Russell
Baptist Church with burial at Carter Cemetery. Visitation 6-9 p.m. today at
Powell Funeral Home in Bald Knob.

I am not sure who her husband was at this time but can find out.

The Russell AR Womacks are descendants of Jacob and Mary Wills Womack thru their son Jacob Jr and his son John (perhaps another). Russell is in White Co on US Hwy 67 about 70-80 miles N of Little Rock...

An ex high school classmate screens the paper and sends me these..

 


Monday, February 12, 2001 at 07:56:51 (PST)
Max L Womack
mwomack@cimtel.net

I posted a message last night and this morning receved 2 emails.

I found out that my ggrandfather William N. Womack's father was James Baldwin Womack and his mother was Evaline Carter. Evaline's parents were Isaac and Rutha Carter from KY.
William N. Womack's wife's full name was Elizabeth Leota Lawson also he had a sister Mary Elizabeth Womack Cunningham. Her gg-grandson sent me this information. He also has the original marriage license for Newt E Womack and Alice Dewing, He would like to give it to one of Newt's decendants, Newt was one of William N Womack's sons
Thanks to my new cousin Dale W Daley


Also got an email from Roger Womack with information about the 1900 Arkansas Census, Houston Twp. Perry County. I beleve this maybe the same family.
This gives me a good place to start.
Thanks a bunch to Roger Womack


I have always made fun of my wife's family coming from Arkansas, Danville! and now it may turn out that my family came from a town just 25 miles or so to the east, Houston, Arkansas. (All in good fun) Go Sooner's


This a great place to look for Womacks Thanks to every one that
makes it possible. Max L Womack


Monday, February 12, 2001 at 16:58:52 (PST)
Teresa Womack Moore
Resa1207@aol.com

I would like to know if anyone knows anything about my grandparents. I cannot find out any information or I am not looking in the right place. If anyone has any information it would be so greatly appreciated!
My grandfathers name is:
Jeter Patterson Womack
Born: July 31,1915 in I think Person County, North Carolina
died: September of 1976 in Halifax County, Virgina
Buried in a cemetary in Clover, Virginia
Wife: Thelma Paige Bliss Womack
Children:
Bobbie Jean Womack
Kenneth Womack
Linda Womack
Hubert Wayne Womack
Larry Womack
Carolyn Womack
Donald Womack
Billy Womack

I don't know my grandfathers parents names or anything else about his family.
Any and all information is greatly appreciated once again.
Thank you
Teresa Womack Moore


Monday, February 12, 2001 at 18:39:02 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

I have a personal problem that will be taking my time for awhile - and after it is over - for some time afterwards - mebbe I will get into this again after, mebbe not - life stinks

 


Monday, February 12, 2001 at 18:44:39 (PST)
Susan Harrell Navara Womack
susan_queenb@hotmail.com

I am searching for information on my husband's line of Womack's. William Fredrick Womack is my husband. He was born January 3, 1958 in Potter Co. Texas. His parents are William Fredrick Womack b.approx 1920 who was married to Betty Anders. They had three children. Thomas Lee Womack, Peggy Sue Womack, and William Fredrick Womack. I would appreciate any information that anyone can provide. Thank you.

 


Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 10:20:51 (PST)
Max L. Womack
mwomack@cimtel.net

To the email from Janie Parks, No I don't have any information on your Grandfather L.O. Womack that lived at Centerville Ark. near Danville. Someone may read this and let us know.

I need an email address for (bhowser) and (Dale W Daley)
Max L. Womack

 


Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 20:46:32 (PST)
dcox
dcox@kerrlake.com

For Teresa Womack Moore
Clover Town Cemetery Hwy 746 between Clover and Mt. Laurel. Section 1.
Thelma B. Womack w/o Jeter P. Womack b. 27 Mar 1918 d. 28 Sep 1962.
Jeter P. Womack b. 31 Jul 1915 d. 19 Sep 1976.
Abstracted from "Halifax County Cemeteries" by George Calvin Waldrep III.
Mr. Waldrep did two volumes of Halifax Cemeteries and I don't know if this is from Volume One or Two.
Doris

 


Thursday, February 15, 2001 at 14:07:22 (PST)
DIANA JURY ELLEDGE
jurybox@msn.com

Hi i am searching for any information on JOHN J. WOMACK date of birth between 1820-25 either in N.E.Arkansas or S.E.Missouri. married NANCY E.MURRAY on 5/04/1845 in Randolph Co. Ark. He is my brickwall, thanks DIANA

 


Friday, February 16, 2001 at 06:12:02 (PST)
Ramon E. Womack
RSBuffy2@webtv.net
Not ready yet.

I am hopefull that someone of the 560 odd professonal, semi-professional or amateur geneoligists out there can help me with this:
My gfather, Thomas Jefferson Womack, b. in Warren County, TN on May 20, 1864, d. in Nashville, TN on Aust 26, 1933 and gmother, Tabitha Jane Womack, b. in Warren Co. TN on Oct. 08, 1871, d. on March 05, 1958, the daughter of the Rev. James Mordica Denton and Octa (Lowry) Denton. and they were married on Jan. 01, 1891 in Trafalger, IN. Both are buried in Mt, Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, TN.

I am indebted to both Roger Womack and Steve Womack along with a small book entitled "Some of the Descendants of Rev. Richard Denton" by Edith Whitley'
for all of the information above.

However, none of the sources could reach further back than:

THOMAS WOMACK, who was born abt. 1745 in Hallifax Co. Virginia and died abt. 1790 in Burke Co. North Carolina. This is the direct line to this writer.
This is far as it goes and if anyone can help I would really appreciate it.

My gfather had two brothers that I barely remember. One, Ike, lived here in Nashville and had a daughter named Louise. ....the other, Arsey(spelling) wore a beard rminiscent of Colonel Sanders and I think he lived in Pensacola, FL. Please email me if you can help. Thanks,

Ramon E. Womack
Nashville, TN


Friday, February 16, 2001 at 13:23:25 (PST)
F.K. Crump
crumfk@email.com

I am looking for information of the parents of Charles Womack born @1787.
Charles married Casandry Benton 31 Jan.1815 in Jones Ga.They had the following known children.
Nancy b @ 1820
Lucinda b13 May 1821,married D.M.Phillips 18 Aug.1840 in Monroe Co.Ga.
Amanda b @1828 married Henderson ??
Caroline b @1831 married Wm.F.Kelly 19 DEC. 1850 in Marion Ga.
Martha b @1834 married Parker or Tulley??
Charles b @ 1836 married Eliz.Murphy 5 Apr.1869.
Elizabeth b @1839 married Tice ??
This family was living in Marion Co.Ga.when Schley Co.was formed in 1857,so they lived in Schley after then.
Young Charles served in Civil War and took over farming operation after the war.
Does anyone have the information on who the parents of Charles Womack b @1787 are?? Thanks.

 


Saturday, February 17, 2001 at 06:05:03 (PST)
leo stack (oliver)
leostack@hotmail.com

oliver is a name that has recently run in to soom money and thats the name of my step father soposedly there was a island or islands called vachon islands
and they recently were bout by the goverment and the moneys distributed down the generations that are exsiting today /these islands could be in canade
please let me know if anybody finds something

 


Saturday, February 17, 2001 at 13:49:10 (PST)
Teresa Womack Moore
Resa1207@aol.com

JOY !! JOY !!!
I finally broke down the wall!!!!!I ran accross an obituary of my grandfather Jeter Patterson Womack's sister Hattie Womack Conner. My great-grandfathers name was Bratcher Womack married to Della Womack lived in Person County, NC. Going to courthouse Monday to do some more research. I would like to know where they may be buried. There were two more children. Letcher and Philmore Womack --all the children moved to Clover, Mt. Laurel, Halifax County, Va.
Anyone with information on the above mentioned PLEASE REPLY!
Thanks in advance!!!

 


Saturday, February 17, 2001 at 14:06:18 (PST)
Teresa Womack Moore
Resa1207@aol.com

Joy!! Joy!!!----- I finally broke through. I found an obituary of my grandfather Jeter P. Womacks sister Hattie Womack Conner. They also had two more brothers --- Letcher and Philmore. There parents names were Bratcher and Della Womack -- lived in Person County. Does anyone know where they may be buried? Any and all info is welcomed and appreciated. I hope this message doesnt appear twice. I dont think my first message was posted. Will be going to courthouse Monday to do more research.
Thanks to all!!!!

 


Sunday, February 18, 2001 at 13:58:36 (PST)
Eleanor Edmondson
genpics@iopener.net

Ray Womack I have lost your e-mail address and I need to talk to you about Alexander Womack, Sr. of Campbell Co. VA.

Just have one item you sent about trading info. Don't know if I ever got back to you or not. Please reply as soon as possible.

Thanks.
Eleanor


Sunday, February 18, 2001 at 15:27:53 (PST)
Tony Dell
dellfam@goconnect.net

Sam,
Saw your last message. Your assistance has been invaluable in the past and you will be sorely missed.
Take care of yourself mate.
Tony

 


Sunday, February 18, 2001 at 16:50:52 (PST)
Bea James King
bking2@kscable.com

Needing to find a Janice Womack that was working on a Clarence James and sister Clara James that were adopted out. Please e-mail me asap. Thanks Bea King


Sunday, February 18, 2001 at 17:35:42 (PST)
Misty Womack Williamson
firefly@ykc.com

I am trying to find out more on my dad's side of the family, but I know very little because my mom and him have been divorced since I was 4 yrs old. I have wanted to find out this information for some time, but didn't know where to start.

Ok, here goes...

Grandparents are:
William Reginald Womack married to Jackie Meyers(sp). I know that they currently reside in Merryville, LA.

Their Children:
Freddy (deceased)
Michael Dean (my father)...born Oct. 5, 1953
Cathy Rene married Pete Nicols
Keith Reginald


I know it's not much to go on, but if anyone could help I would appreciate it. Thank you.

Misty

 


Sunday, February 18, 2001 at 19:07:40 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Really you all couldnt be that lucky for me to really drop out! Have had am emergency with my dog, Babe, which mosthave seen on my web page - she was put to sleep yesterday - she had lymphoma in the nodes around her stomach - was starting to suffer and couldnt let that happen - only warm living thing in this house for the past 4 1/2 years to greet me when I came home - hurts but at least she doesnt anymore---

And for that person who wanted to talk Alex Womack SR - come on down!1

 


Monday, February 19, 2001 at 07:10:08 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Can anyone tell me what age groups the following are in?
There are 13 blocks for both male and female on the 1830--
Womack, Jacob 20001-100001
Wommack, Thos. 10001-0101
It is nice to be able to post this stuff, and for some of us to find and try to read - but if I am going to have to go the the FHC to break it down, why include the numbers in the first place?? Just a name and page reference would be more helpful -

 


Monday, February 19, 2001 at 10:39:06 (PST)
Teresa Womack Moore
Resa1207@aol.com

I just got back from the Person County Courthouse searching for Bratcher Womack. NOTHING!!!!! I couldn't find anything. The Brick wall is back again!
Please Help!
Thanks

 


Monday, February 19, 2001 at 16:33:32 (PST)
Gloria Obert
obert@neto.com

Looking for information on Arthur William Womack, he was born June 28, 1900 and possible died in missouri in 1963. He was living in Paris, Tx. in 1941-42. I would appreciate all the information you can give me.

 


Monday, February 19, 2001 at 19:01:25 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

Teresa. Dates would help your postings. For instance in knowing whether you need Person, or Caswell from whence came Person in 1791, or Orange from whence came Caswell in 1777, etc.

 


Monday, February 19, 2001 at 19:44:56 (PST)
dcox
dcox@kerrlake.com

Sam!

Here I am praying for you when I could have been praying for Babe. Next time....! Sam, I am sorry about Babe.
Doris


Monday, February 19, 2001 at 20:23:10 (PST)
Sharon Monk
msharonspeech@aol.com

Trying to locate info on my G-Grandmother, Maggie or Margaret Womack Johnson.
Married Joseph Johnson. Lived around the Springfield, MO area. They had one son that we know of, Earl Alfred Johnson, my G-father. Family reports are very scarce. Only told that Maggie and Joseph were killed, possibly in a car wreck. We don't know how old G-pa was at the time of their death. Earl was born 20 Oct1899. After their death, G-pa Earl was sent to live with an Aunt, no idea of name or which side of the family. We were told that G-pa at the age of 17, hopped a train with another boy and got off in Little Rock, AR. This is where he married and raised his family of 6, another child died as an infant.

Would love to get more info on the Womack side of the family. Please contact msharonspeech@aol.com with info.
Sharon

 


Monday, February 19, 2001 at 20:43:17 (PST)
Michael Todd Womack
todd.womack@fnc.fujitsu.com

Does anyone have more info on the Samuel Monroe Womack line I am new to this and could use some help.I also work for an Engineering company and have acess to ploters and such equipment would like to make a larg size drawing or to print an entire drawing of my line of the family if there is such a thing already made up. -----thanks

 


Monday, February 19, 2001 at 22:03:43 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

EBERNEZER IS ONE OF THE OLDEST CEMETERIES IN FAYETTE COUNTY TN

WOMACK, AARON P 1820-MAY 15, 1845
He belong to anyone?? havent ran across him before....

 


Tuesday, February 20, 2001 at 06:59:53 (PST)
Rebecca Haden
chomphosy@aol.com

Came upon a couple of Wommack marriage records; maybe they'll be useful to someone out there:
Parmelia Wommack m William Crisman 18 May 1837, Lincoln County, MO
Hiram Wommack m. Louisa Zimmerman 25 Sept 1833, Lincoln County, MO
Richard Wommack m. Elizabeth Gilmore 16 Oct 1833, Lincoln County, MO


Tuesday, February 20, 2001 at 09:50:20 (PST)
Jackie
jdp905@home.com

Came across this name... D. Womack (he was the jp) Nov 3, 1838 Dickson Co., TN. It was under Marriages for that Co.,

 


Tuesday, February 20, 2001 at 13:59:29 (PST)
Teresa
Resa1207@aol.com

Thats just it Dan. The earliest date I have for Bratcher Womack is 1906 when my great great uncle Letcher was born in Person County.
Thanks

 


Wednesday, February 21, 2001 at 20:00:15 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

Folks. A. Glad Sam is back. B. Sorry about pooch. C. Going to DC for two weeks research and will start article on early Womacks (maybe with some research progress?) on return. D. New brains on sale this week at Walmart.


Thursday, February 22, 2001 at 12:45:10 (PST)
Clarice Hemphill Winfrey
wintwo@swbell.net

I am looking for info on Mary Ann WOMACK, who m. John HEMPHILL in 1839 in N.C. I am a direct descendant and need info on her.
Thanks.

 


Thursday, February 22, 2001 at 16:22:34 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net
http://dubbie.tripod.com/comments/genealogy.html

Ok not my home page on the URL lsited, but I think it is food for thought for anyone involved in genealogy - controverisal?? you betchum Red Ryder!!
But the truth..comment to my E mail please not here on WGN

 


Thursday, February 22, 2001 at 20:07:48 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest,net

David
thanks - the loss of a friend is not a easy thing -dog tho she were lots more history there

 


Thursday, February 22, 2001 at 20:08:16 (PST)
Alva Gregory
alvag@icx.net

Sam
Here is an image of the 1830 census http://www.genealogy.com/00000020.gif Starting from the left on Jacob you would have 2 males under 5, allow for the 3 Zero's and 1 male 20 to 30. and so on. Why people post it this way without explaining it I have no idea, but find it all the time. Bet its a Tennessee census. Sorry about Babe she was a beautiful girl.

 


Thursday, February 22, 2001 at 23:18:02 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest,net

David
thanks - the loss of a friend is not a easy thing -dog tho she were lots more history there

 


Friday, February 23, 2001 at 16:51:31 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net
www.womackonline.co.uk/index.html

Alva
Yes it is a TN census but is still irresponsible and unnecessary
genealogy---a novice would go nuts on that one - my philosophy - cant post it like it is on the census - dont post - just give me a name and page number and I will look it up meself (have to do that anyway)..

ANYWAY - Thanks to Roger, I have 6 areas of England, including one of Scotland from the 1881 Brit Census on line--names, names of family members where given, occuations, addresses/locations, places of birth and age at census..

Check in at URL above


Sunday, February 25, 2001 at 07:20:35 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net
http://www.womackonline.co.uk/index.html

for some reason when you click on the URL in the post below; the first part of
the WGN URL is added to this one and you will get an error message - so if this one dont work you will have to cut and paste the URL......

 


Monday, February 26, 2001 at 23:31:25 (PST)
Mark Womack
markwomack@womacknet.com

Sam, the link needs the "http://" at the beginning or your browser interprets the link as being "local" and automagically adds the wgn part to the beginning of the link address. Your second one should work just fine.

-Mark

 


Wednesday, February 28, 2001 at 17:49:25 (PST)
Beatrice Womack Lindsey
BeatriceLind@aol.com

I am a greatgranddaughter of Levi Teed Womack b Aug 1823 in Coffee Do.,TN
and his wife Nancy Pendergraft/Pendergrass b abt 1825 NC. Their son
Calvin Newton Womack and wife Matilda Frances Mayberry are my grand-
parents. I would appreciate any information on Nancy Pendergraft and
daughters, Nancy Womack b 1870 married Otto Hanks, and Queen Womack
b 1873. Nancy and Levi had 14 children. I have all of their names and
will be happy to exchange information.

 


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