March 2001 Message Archive
I believe there was something brought up sometime about the Richard Womack
and Nancy or Ann Childers relationship and whether they or she ever existed.
Perhaps I read that wrong; but there was a relationship between a Richard Womack and an Ann someone:
LUNENBURG COUNTY VIRGINIA WILLS 1746-1825
230. Hall, William 1-12-1753; 8-8-1753; W.B. 1/125
Mentions: Sons: Thomas Hall, Moses Hall
Granddaughter: Elliball Hall
Executor: None mentioned. Moses Hall qualified as administrator
Witnesses: Richard Womack, Ann (her X mark) Womack.
Looking for information on my ggggrandfather, Larkin Womack, b. 5 Oct 1785 in
IL or MO. He m. Frances (Fannie) Basye bef. Oct 1815 in IL or MO, dau. of Agnes
Ballew and John Walter Basye. (This wonderful news I learned from Roger in
Sept!) The Basye genealogists I contacted on the Net have no other information
I have read that one Larkin Womack and family were enumerated in 1832, 1834, & 1835 in Crawford Co., AR; one Larkin Womack was deeded 320 acs. & house in 1830, Sebastian Co., AR. I have also read in "Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas" that one Larkin Womack was one of the prominent citizens of the settlement of Morrilton, Conway Co., AR in 1822.
But I cannot shake any information loose about my Larkin's ancestors. The descendant history I will gladly share!
Thanks to WGN, I met my cousin Max Womack! Mark, Roger, Sam, et.al., keep up the great work!
How not to post dates in your family history files:
Is this March 10 or October 10?
Is it 1604, 1704, 1804, 1904?
Is it Nov 10 or Oct 11?
is it 1589, 1689, 1789, 1889 or 1989?
Even dates like these where the year is shown are suspect:
Dont naturally assume that one will take the dates
as March 10 1904 and Nov 10, 1989; or, April 10, 1895 and Nov 10, 1931
which they probably are. Assumptions are not well received, nor taken, in genealogy; as we all know.
Remember European dates are shown as day-month-year..
and a lot of older dates followed that pattern - Also, military
dates follow the European fashion--
If it is March 10 and 1904 or 10 Mar 1904 say it! Even if the marker
or other source shows the numbers - you will be doing not only others a
favor, but yourself as well...
From time to time, I may post suggestions that will help you arrange files so they are not only better looking to you(and to others as well), take less space on your harddrive or web page; AND, the big pay-off, will merge more easily on family history software. That is providing Mark and Roger do not object.
I am searching for the parents of Samuel S. Beans,of Bucks county ,Pa.
He was born June 29,1862 and Died Feb. 6, 1934
Samuel was married to Esther Appleton Beans Born Feb 11, 1867 and Died Nov. 19,1931 If you can help, please contact email@example.com
January messages have been moved to the archives.
I live on the Norfolk/Suffolk border England.My Grandparents lived in a small village near Norwich called Marliingford.My Grandfather sadly died last year (24/4/1907-14/5/2000 and was buried in Marlingford church.I know that he was one of 7 brothers and sisters,most of whom lived local.Now I think only one of his sisters is still alive,she's 103 (I think] and still rode her push-bike around her village up until she was 95.My Grandmother died in August last year after a long illness.She was also buried at Marlingford,the village they loved so dearly. I know this doesn't go back very far but I'm sure I can dig out some more information if required.
Perhaps if you have a little time, you might review some of the parish registers and see if anything has been missed way back? Just a thought.
I'm looking for information about Levi Womack who married Polly Ann Baker 08 November 1834 in Shelby Co., Illinois. I have their children listed as Elizabeth Rose, Joseph William, Benjamin E., James, Hester Ann, John Ashley, and Levi. I know that Levi died 19 December 1848 in Taney Co., Missouri. Polly Ann went back to Illinois. She also married a Thomas Robison. They traveled to Southwest City, McDonald Co., Missouri. At the onset of the Civil War, Thomas and Polly Ann traveled back to Illinois. Joseph William enlisted in Arkansas with the South. Benjamin went back to Illinois and enlisted with the North. Both Joseph and Benjamin are buried at Saratoga, McDonald Co., Missouri beside each other. Am searching for any information on Levi and how he ties in with the other Womacks. It has been suggested that he was the son of William and Rebecca Parker. However, I have not been able to document this. Can anyone help?
I am trying to find information re: my 3-Grandfather, William Womack. He was
supposedly born cal. 1957 in Rowan Co.,North Carolina, and died in Cave-in-Rock,
Hardin Co., Illinois between 1818-1820.
His father was Thomas Womack,born cal.1724 in Henrico co.,died 1799 in Rowan Co., North Carolina. His mother was Sarah Owens, daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Owens. Thomas & Sarah married cal. 1748 in Rowan Co., North Carolina.
One of his sons was Green Womack who is my 2G-Granfather. Green was born 17 June 1788 in North Carolina. He married Agnes Galeon (2nd wife) 17 January 1828 in Gallatin Co., Missouri.
I am trying to prove whether Green's father is really this William Womack. A lot of proximity documents point to that possibility but I would like to find some kind documentation to prove that. I would greatly appreciate any help anyone could give me. Thanks!! Marty Simon
Am researching Dainel Driskill family b abt. 1730 in Ireland ,came to US through Ellis Island. Ended up in VA. ,Campbell or Bedford Co. , Married ANN WOMACK whom was his 2nd wife....need any info anyone can give ,concerning thier marriage and kids. It appears there were 17 kids fathered by Daniel ,need to find out how many were of ANN..my direct lineage ,please email me as I'm going through many,many sites ,don't know when I'll get back here to check posted meggages.. Thank You
hello, in the past i have seen messages that imply german origins for some womack families, i just took a book on loan from the phila pa. public library, titled the story of pennsylvania germans, this book is unique because it was first printed in 1898,here is a brief excerpt,in 1709 to 1710 because of religious and political turmoil in the palatine region of germany, 13,000 palatines migrated to england, they were allowed to stay there by queen anne, many of them married and assimilated with the english,3,800 of them were sent to lmerick co. ireland, many others were sent to the british colonies in america,even though this book does not give specific surnames, it does give a concise account of early german immigration to the colonies of ny, nj, md, pa,va, nc, sc,ga,tn,ky,. this info seems to verify the possibility that some womack families do indeed have german origin, as my family has always asserted, i am continuing to research the possible connection of the womack surname with german surnames, is anyone else interested with this line of research?
I am looking for information about Grace L Womack who was married to Thomas Jefferson Travis (aka Timothy) on April 20 1920 in Ennis, Ellis county, Texas.They lived in Texas for a while then moved to Indio Calif and to Long Beach around 1930. Thomas(TIM) died in CA in 1935. They had two children Marjorie born 1922 and Kathryn born 1924. Anything would help.! thanks for allowing me to visit and enjoy your Great website. Bruce Woolley
Enjoying your site very much. I ran across William Womack in Brunswick Co....
Brunswick County Deed Book 3, p. 135 (273) William Womack of St. Andrews Parish in Brunswick Co. to his son-in-law Benjamin Sykes of same. 1 Jan 1746. A gift of L30 VA. Wit: Burrell Brown, Timothy Rives, George Rives. Proved 5 Mar 1746. Ster Clack CC.
This is an abstract on p. 17 of Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr.'s Brunswick County, Virginia Deed Books, Volume 2, 1744 - 1755, 1764.
Benjamin Sykes was the son of Richard Sykes d: 1734. I am curious which daughter of William did Benjamin marry? I have found that a Benjamin Sykes died in 1800 in Greensville Co. (from Brunswick), but I have a reference that this Benjamin was from England and in his will, his wife is listed as Alice Wren. I am curious if anyone can help me find further information on this.
Saturday, March 10, 2001 at 16:50:41 (PST)
Margy Womack Granger
To Marty Womack Simon
Hi! It appears we are distant cousins!
In regard to your posting:
I'm certain there are others more knowledgeable than myself but I believe we are still working with the belief that your William Womack married Rebecca Parker "b. ca 1760/70" per CW. Sorry to say I've never found a bond for William & Rebecca, nor does Rebecca Parker appear to be the sib of Susannah Parker who married Abraham Womack.
Correct me please if this is not the will abstract for Rebecca's father.
Rowan Co. NC Will Abstracts
H: 112. Edward Parker. May 3, 1819. prb. May 1821.
Sons: Turner S. Parker, Daniel, David, Will and Peter.
Daughters: Polly (wife of William Abbot), Rebecca (wife of William Wammock), Ketty (wife of Moses Nelson), Patience (wife of William Rousey), Betsey and Nancy Pudsley (wife of William Pudsley). Thomas Hughes, husband of my daughter Susanna. Shelby, son of Royal Parker. Exr: son Turner S. Parker. Wit: J. A. Pearson, Beal W. Hendren.
Also to the best of my knowledge the following records belong to your William Womack [believed to have removed to Warren Co. Ky.]
Book 19 page 841: Jan. 10, 1806, William Strange--no wife signs--lets Benjamin Strange (both of Rowan Co. N.C.) have 120 acres on Swearing Creek next John Smith, William Womack & Robert McKie, for 100 pounds, witnessed by James Coler & Theoderic McKie & proved by the latter in Nov, 1806. ("This is part of the land which Abraham Womack let said Wm. Strange have.")
MAMIE GASKILL MCCUBBINS COLLECTION
Book 21:888, _____? 1810, WILLIAM WOMACK of Kentucky--no wife signs--lets Samuel Sloan of Rowan Co, NC, have 62 acres next David Smith & Robert McKee, for $____?, witnessed by James Coler? & Smith Blair & proved by the latter Nov. 1810.
MAMIE GASKILL MCCUBBINS COLLECTION
Book 22:84: Oct. 13, 1810, WILLIAM WAMOUGH, as agent of Bird & Epps Womack--all of Warren Co. Kentucky--let John Miller of Rowan Co. NC, have 165 acres on Swearing Creek next Joseph Haden, Michael Myers & William Strange, for $1000.00, witnessed by Jn. Coles (?) Michael Holshouser & proved by the latter in May 1811.
MAMIE GASKILL MCCUBBINS COLLECTION
Researchers [past & present] are striving to learn more on our ancestor Thomas Womack/Wommack of Rowan Co. NC.
Margy Womack Granger
For someone's information
QUITMAN -- Sirvetus "Si" Womack Jr., of Quitman, Ark., passed away
Thursday, March 8, 2001. Si was born Sept. 29, 1926, in Murfreesboro, Ark.
Si graduated from Murfreesboro High School. He and his family moved to
Little Rock in 1942. He served in the U.S. Navy from October 1944 to April
1946, attended Little Rock Junior College and was employed with American Air
Lines, Ralston Purina Co., and Cooper Communities at Cherokee Village. He
left Cherokee Village for Fairfield Bay in its infancy. Si started as
salesman and was elevated to Vice President of sales. He retired from
Fairfield Bay as Director of Public Relations. Si was a Charter Member of
Fairfield Bay Rotary Club, former Vice President of the Russellville Jaycees
and a member of the Lions Club. Si was a big Razorback fan, volunteering to
work with the Razorback Foundation and Booster Club for several years,
supporting the hogs enthusiastically, attending most of the bowl games.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 54 years, Belle Womack; a sister
and brother-in-law, Bennie Sue and Paul Galindo of Houston, Texas. He was
preceded in death by his only child, Susan Gail Womack Tunnison. Si was a
member of the Greenbrier Church of Christ and was a Sunday School teacher.
Visitation will be held from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, March 11, 2001, at the
Ruebel Funeral Home, 6313 W. Markham in Little Rock, followed by funeral
services at 11 a.m. Monday at the Greenbrier Church of Christ with Mr. Bob
Turner officiating. Burial will be in Pinecrest Memorial Park in Alexander.
Memorials may be made to Arkansas Children's Hospital.
I'm passing a message along from Cheryl Smaciarz
about her Womack family. They are apparently from Blytheville, which is, if I recall correctly, in Mississippi County, Arkansas
Her grandfather was Limon or Lymon Lincoln Womack and his father was apparently
Charles Bevon Womack. Charles died from the flu epedimic at about 30 yrs. He had a sister named Bess and Kitty and a brother named John. His
wife was Mertlye or Myrtle. I didn't find anyone in the 1910 or 1900 census index who matched, so that's a puzzler to me. The name Charles Bevon or Bevans Womack, vaguely rings a bell. I'm hoping someone here, maybe Sam, recognizes it. Cheryl is supposed to give a little family history thing in school this week. Her family had passed along the story of Michael Womack and the War of 1812, and while they were over in Nashville AR, and certainly ran to Charles as a family name I don't know of a connection there. If you can help her, give her or me a yell. Ann
Looking for any information concerning my great-great grandfather and grandmother and their children. My gggrandfather - James Rutherford Womack was born April 7, 1846, Kentucky. Died March 26, 1942, Kansas City, Mo. Married Martha Jane Jones, July 27, 1871 and had the following children: Nora, 8-7-1872; Ruth, 10-4-1873; Burnett, 9-22-1875; Jesse, 1-9-1878; Maude May, 8-23-1882; James Noble, 8-2-1886; Joel, 1-23-1895; Mattie, 11-23-1896; and Edith, 7-12-1899. While they were married in Kentucky and a few of their children were born there, the majority of their life was spent in St. Louis and Kansas City, Missour. My gggrandfather was a Civil War Veteran, serving in Kentucky for two years.
Like a bad penny; here I are again. Been gone toooooo long. I've asked our webmaster to correct/update my database entry so I won't be "lost" anymore. Hope to reconnect with the dozen or so "lost" Womack researchers in my 5-6 year old e-mail address book; like back in the days of "Genie" and RSL. TTYL. Tom
Malinda (Matilda?) KENADY left Washington/Baldwin Co AL with husband,
Francis Marion "Frank" WOMACK, and dat, Emily, and son, John Abner, ca
1820-1822 and probably moved to the southeast corner of Hinds? Co MS that
was to become first Copiah Co in 1823 and later Simpson Co in 1824. Frank
married second wife, Anna (Amy) Thornton in Clarke Co Al in 1829 and appears
with her in 1830 census of Simpson County and 1840 census of Smith Co. What
happened to his first wife??
>Pages 183-185 of 1830 Census has Frank and his brother, Richard WOMACK,
Matilda KENADY(head of household) and Robert WARMACK living in relatively
close proximity to General Mushlatubbee (Page 189 Noted: Indian Nation). Is
this Matilda KENADY the missing first wife or is she the mother of Malinda
KENADY? Do they have relatives among the nearby Choctaws.
>The 1840 Census of Simpson Co shows Alex. ACNUEDY (probably Alex. A.
KENADY) and Rhesy KENNEDY living adjacent to W. B. WOMACK and close by
Richard WOMACK and Robert WOMACK, but there is no Matilda KENADY. Is she
now living with Rhesy or Alex? Is this William the older brother of Frank?
Frank WOMACK is now living in Smith Co adjacent to VINZANTs (one of whom
married his dat, Emily) and interestingly close to several THORNTON
families. Did these THORNTONS come to Smith Co after Frank's marriage to
Amy (Anna) or were they already there when Frank met Amy?
>In 1878 John Abner WOMACK packed up his family, including my ggmother,
Mary Cordenia WOMACK, and her husband, Joseph Martin HILL, and my gfather,
Luther HILL, Sr. and moved from Smith Co MS to north central Texas, just
across the river from the Choctaw region of Oklahoma Territory. Did his
mother, Malinda/Matilda?, remove with the Choctaws after the Treaty of
Dancing Rabbit Creek? Was she Choctaw? Did John Abner have first cousins
(children of Richard Mansel or William) among the Choctaws in Oklahoma?
>Any clues would be greatly appreciated.
>Do any of these Womacks appear on the Removal Rolls?
>Thanks in advance.
Tom, for some reason my email program doesn't want to email you - I have NO
idea why - but try dropping a line to firstname.lastname@example.org who is/was researching
Choctaw Canady connections in Kentucky, Missouri, Texas according to Markie's
list of researchers.
Oh, and BTW, thanks to the rest of you for helping Cheryl out. She ended up with enough information to do a nice presentation at school. Ann
For someones information
Odessa TX. Alice Womack was born June 10, 1928 in Bell County. She passed away Sunday, March 11, 2001, at Medical Center Hospital after a sudden illness. Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 14, 2001, at Sunset Memorial Chapel with Rev. Sam Jordan officiating. A private internment will be held at Resthaven Memorial in Midland.
Alice was married Sept.29,1955, to Glen Womack in Lovington N.M. and had been a resident of Odessa since that time. Alice and her husband were the owners of Permian Tank and Manufacturing, which they established in 1975.
Alice is survived by her husband, Glen of Odessa; a daughter, Cheryl Womack of Odessa; a son Kelly Womack of Jacksonville Fla; a sister Betty Corbett of Fort Worth; a half brother, Mark Peteete of New Braunfels; and three grandchildren, Justen, Austen and Britten Womack of Jacksonville.
Glen, Cheryl, Kelly and Betty Wish to thank all their friends for the love,kindness, sympathy and understanding during this time of heartbreak and sadness. The family suggest contributions to a charity of choice in lieu of flowers.
Hi dear Womacks,
several years ago my sister in law, Tina Bastings, worked as an au pair in LA. She wants to contact Karen and Tim Womack and their Children Shoshoni and Brett Hunter Womack. We would be very pleased if you could help us and send us their email or postal adress.
I was searching for possible relatives and came across this site. My father,
William Lewis Green, Great,Great,grandmother was Lucinda WOMACK who married
William W. MULLICAN, Sr. March 22,1842, Warren Co. Tn.
Lucinda and William had a daughter,Nancy Frances MULLICAN,16,MAY 1860, Warren Co. Tn. who married Lewis Napoleon Boneparte GREEN Oct. 31,1878.
Does anyone have this information that could share what you have with me.
Thank you in advance for help
Nancy Lynette Green
500 Stembridge Rd
Granbury, Tx 76049
Am looking for descendants of John G. Womack b. TN abt. 1825. He married
Emily C. Brinkley. John G. Womack,Co. K 56th Illinois Volunteers, was killed in
the Seige of Vicksburg 1862. The children documented in Civil War Pension
Lucy Ann b.April 23, 1852
Martha Ann b. May 20, 1856
John G. b. March 10, 1859
Richard Green b. Sept. 13, 1861
There were probably older children who were too old to qualify for pension money. I am the grt granddaughter of Lucy Ann and would love to hear from other descendants of John G.
I am looking for any information on John F. Womack (my grandfather.) We know very little about him. He was born in the late 1800's or early 1900's. Married Martha Gannon in Texas. They had 4 children Marie, Ella Mae, Harold, James Calvin. He had 3 brothers and may have had sisters also, Hugh, Jim and Archey. He disappeared sometime around 1923. If you have information about him, please contact me.
This may be who you are looking for - wouldnt swear on it but it's close:
John F WOMACK
Birth: 22 Sep 1891 Collin, Texas
Father: James Watson WOMACK
Mother: Mary Etta GAW
From an LDS search
Any one have this?
Alice Faye Womack, 52, of Amarillo(TX), died Sunday,
Oct. 29, 2000.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Ivy
Chapel, 2820 Virginia Circle, with the Rev. Robert Field, pastor of Southeast
Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Womack was a lifelong resident of Amarillo. She was a sales merchandiser
for Leggs Hosiery. She was a Baptist.
She married John Womack in 1973 at Amarillo.
Survivors include her husband; four daughters, Delnita Ray, Tiffany Womack and
Joni Vasquez, all of Amarillo and Candice Sonia of Farmerville, La.; two brothers,
Robert Gober of Carthage and Jimmy Gober of Pasadena; a sister, Dorothy Rankin of
Carthage and 10 grandchildren.
Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 06:53:43 (PST)
Hello, after a long time away. I think y'all can save me a lot of time with a question I have re the Womacks. Does anyone know if some were in Campbell Co., KY before heading on to the midwest? I have found some other lines of mine came through that area & suspect that my line, Green Womack, may have been in that area, also.
You could be right. I went to Lubbock today to the Mormon Church, they have great records on family history. Unfortunately, they didn't have what I needed so they sent me to the Mahon Library and I looked up the Census for 1900 & 1920 and found my granddad and great granddad listed. What does LDS search stand for and where do you look?
Thanks for the help
I am looking for information on Bob Womack and his sister Eliza Womack who lived in Colorado. Are there any living relations out here. I am seen numerous artictles written by Womacks in the area.
I would like to hear from anyone desended from Noland Lewis Womack who
died in Freestone County, Texas about 1870.
The following information was found on Ancestry.com this morning:
Saline County, Missouri Marriages, 1820-81, Vols. 1-4
Marriage Records of Saline County, MO, Vol IV, Book D, 1874-1881
Frank Newton m Miss WOMACK, 7 September 1876 @ the home of George WOMACK, performed by J. B. Wright. It is Comment: Page 133, but there is no way I can get to that.
Could someone please tell me who are the parents of Richard Womack I born 1655 in Henrico Co. Va. and died 4-25-1684. He married Mary Elizabeth Puckett. Thanks in advance. Dianne
Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 12:21:42 (PST)
Hi Everyone, I have Richard Womack I parents as William Womack and Mary Jane Allen, but I saw some information that had a William Womack who married Mary Allen and they had different dates then what I had for my William Womack and Mary Jane Allen, so I thought that maybe I had the wrong parents. But, I have it straight now. Thanks, Dianne
Can't anyone help me out with my query?
Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 06:53:43 (PST)
Hello, after a long time away. I think y'all can save me a lot of time with a question I have re the Womacks. Does anyone know
if some were in Campbell Co., KY before heading on to the midwest? I have found some other lines of mine came through that
area & suspect that my line, Green Womack, may have been in that area, also.
Dianne. If you've got it straight please post it and give us the evidence.
I didn't meant that I had evidence, I just meant that I found my notes that I had with William Womack and Mary Jane Allen as parents of Richard Womack I. But, that is just some information that I got from other researchers. I know that there is no proof that they are Richard's parents. In fact, I don't think anyone has found proof of who Richard's parents are, if they have I would like to know who they are. Dianne
Friday, March 30, 2001 at 09:54:22 (PST)
Looking for any information of my cousins Benny Harold Womack DOB 4-2-1940
and his sister LeDena Faye Womack DOB 10-2-1946. The last contact we had with
them Benny lived in the northern states and LeDena lived somewhere in Texas
possibly in the Midland-Odessa area.