May 2001 Message Archive
Tuesday, May 01, 2001 at 11:25:10 (PDT)
SHARON ROBB
SSSQUIRRELL69@AOL.COM

HI TO YOU ALL

I HAVE JUST STUMBLED ACROSS THIS SITE AND AM NOW HOPING THAT SOMEONE OUT THERE CAN HELP.

I AM DECENDENT OF WILLIAM WOMACK B 1851 IN DONCASTER, SOUTH YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND. HE MARRIED EMMA HIRST (MAY NOT HAVE BEEN MAIDEN NAME) AND LIVED IN DONCASTER ALL HIS LIFE. MY GREATGRAND MOTHER WAS I BELIEVE THEIR YOUNGEST DAUGHTER AND MARRIED AN ALBERT BURFIELD IN 1910. IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFO ON THE FAMILY IT WOULD BE APPRICIATED AS I DO NOT HAVE ANY OTHER DETAILS AT ALL. THANKS.

SHARON

 


Tuesday, May 01, 2001 at 12:44:34 (PDT)
Larry D. Hamilton Coats
larcoa@aspermont.esc14.net

Just recently discovered this site and am hoping that some Womack researcher out there can help me.
My Womack connection comes via Elizabeth Womack, b.c. 1730 Henrico Co. VA, the dau. of William Womack, b. 1700? d. 1789 Charlotte Co. VA., and the gdau. of Thomas Womack by Mary Elizabeth Farley. Elizabeth Womack later married Charles Cawthorne.
My question is this: does anyone have William Womack's wife's name? I haven't been able to find a trace of her name anywhere, so I begin to wonder if it has survived at all.
Thanks,

 


Wednesday, May 02, 2001 at 08:18:25 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

March messages have been moved to the Archives.
Roger


Wednesday, May 02, 2001 at 12:25:33 (PDT)
Sharon Robb
sssquirrell69@aol.com

To Darren Womack

I read your message in the archives dated 03 March. My gggrandfather was William Womack (b.1851) and lived in Finkle Street, Bently, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England. I believe he married Emma Hirst (b. 1854), they had 4 daughters and 2 sons, Mary, Jessie, Dinah, Sarah, Harry and George. Could any of these people belong in your line. This is all the info I have on them at the moment but am working to find out more. I would appreciate any information you may have on your family, you never know someone may tie in some where.
Yours
Sharon Robb

 


Wednesday, May 02, 2001 at 19:59:54 (PDT)
Peggy Kilgore Bozeman
otr@glade.net

I am looking for a Jane(possibly Cynthia Jane) Womack whose father was Daniel Womack. I think she was born in Louisiana,but not sure. I found two or three Janes, but nothing to show she married William Fred(Willie Fred) Kilgore, from Texas. Also, I was told she was a full blood Indian, but have no proof.Hope some of you Womacks can help me. She was my ex-husband's grandmother. They lived in Falls County, and she and William Kilgore are buried in Calvary Cemetery, Marlin, Texas. Will be waiting for your information. Thank you in advance. Peggy Kilgore Bozeman

 


Thursday, May 03, 2001 at 07:04:25 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Peggy,
Many of us have very large data bases with thousands of Womack connections in them. When you make a post please include the persons birth date,or abt, approximate, around, some kind of date so we know which century to be looking in. I have hundreds of Janes, Daniels, Williams, etc. Glad to help just need a little more to go on.

 


Thursday, May 03, 2001 at 20:40:15 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Peggy
NO repeat NO person with true or original Womack blood can be a full blooded American Indian..
It is an impossibility-the dilution starts with the first marriage.....and then on down -- and dilutes down with each succeeding generation when marrying into the whites or other races. You also can never get the bloodline back to 100% American Indian, - you never get rid of that one little platelet--one cell....
It is great that people want to link to our American Indian sisters and brothers; but I truly wish that people would get this subject more in context than it is...
Sorry, one of my pet peeves -


Friday, May 04, 2001 at 18:47:10 (PDT)
SAm
samsawadee@qwest.net

My main web page www.samsawadee.net is down - I keep getting a forbidden to access thang - can back door the other pages - have tried for two days to get host to respond - they are dillydallying around - have downloaded the page in its entirety and deleted all but one file to keep something there - no response soon - will have another host - same addy tho so book marks will still work


Saturday, May 05, 2001 at 08:10:55 (PDT)
david carswell
dcarswell@alltel.net

I am from Habersham County GA. My g-g-g-GM was Vestry(Vesta Wommack).
She married my g-g-g-gf Jacob Whitehead. He was born 1805. The married
in 1827. I found a Abraham Wommack in Franklin Co Georgia 1800 census.
Does anyone know this family, or can help me with this family?

 


Saturday, May 05, 2001 at 18:53:38 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Homepage back and running - still have about 5 URLs to straighten out tonite and will be 100%..I will be changing some stuff over to two new domians shortly.
Mostly my personal stuf and photos - still accesible thru the main page ....

 


Sunday, May 06, 2001 at 11:16:18 (PDT)
Joel Brian Wommack
jbwommack@bork.com

I can trace my Wommack ancestors only back as far as:

Benjamin W. Wommack & Frances C. Arnold (married 6 September 1846 in Tennessee).

Their son Joel Henry Wommack (born 1 April 1850) is my great-great grandfather.

Any information is appreciated. (Can anyone trace their ancestors? Does anyone know what the "W." is for?) Thanks in advance.

Brian

 


Sunday, May 06, 2001 at 16:14:00 (PDT)
Jerry Womach
jerrold_1979@hotmail.com

i would like information on womach's spelled with a H. IN MO. i can't find anything on this spelling.

 


Sunday, May 06, 2001 at 18:30:55 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com


Joel, I believe this is your line, get in touch.

Hezekiah M.7 Wommack was born Abt. 1798 in Lexington, Rowan Co., North Carolina, and died March 07, 1878 in Greene Co., Missouri. He married (1) Margaret Owen February 19, 1820 in Rowan Co., North Carolina, daughter of Benjamin Owen and Christiana Smith. She was born May 19, 1795, and died May 25, 1833 in Davidson, North Carolina. He married (2) Mary Windows January 18, 1834 in Davidson Co., North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1814. He married (3) Caroline N. Hutchens November 13, 1849 in Gibson, Co., Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1825.

More About Hezekiah M. Wommack:
Burial: Buried in Cedar Bluff Cemetery. Row 13

Children of Hezekiah Wommack and Margaret Owen are:
2 i. Benjamin8 Wommack, born Bef. 1823. He married Frances C. Arnold September 06, 1846 in Gibson Co., Tennessee; born Abt. 1826.


Sunday, May 06, 2001 at 18:40:37 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Jerry, I belive most of these Womach's were from Abraham, his father was believed to be Allen Womack, However, I've not found proof of this yet.

Abraham8 Womach (Allen7 Womack, William6, William5, William4, Abraham3, Abraham2, William1) was born December 10, 1802 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, and died July 20, 1860 in Atchison Co., Kansas. He married Lucinda Aikman February 14, 1826 in Lafayette Co., Missouri. She was born January 25, 1808 in Tennessee, and died September 22, 1873 in Atchison Co., Kansas.

Children of Abraham Womach and Lucinda Aikman are:
2 i. William9 Womach, born Abt. 1830 in Missouri; died August 1872 in Buchannan Co., MO. He married Martha Ann Rector December 30, 1847 in Buchannan Co., MO; born Abt. 1831.
3 ii. Martha Ann Womach, born 1831 in Buchannan Co., MO; died January 1907 in Atchison Co., KS. She married James Snowden December 06, 1847 in Atchison Co., KS.
+ 4 iii. Mary Jane Womach, born February 20, 1835 in Buchannan Co., MO; died January 1907 in Atchison Co., KS.
+ 5 iv. Sarah E. Womach, born 1836 in Buchannan Co., MO; died Aft. 1860 in Potter, Atchison Co., KS.
6 v. Allen Jones Womach, born February 02, 1840 in Buchannan Co., MO; died June 16, 1926 in Cheney, WA. He married Nancy Ann Crocker.
7 vi. Francis Marion Womach, born April 14, 1844 in Buchannan Co., MO; died April 18, 1929 in Seattle, King Co., WA. He married Viola M. Cooper October 12, 1873.
8 vii. Florence Martha Womach, born July 29, 1847 in Buchannan Co., MO; died 1908 in Potter, Atchison Co., KS.
9 viii. Florence Emily Womach, born July 29, 1847 in Buchannan Co., MO; died February 02, 1925 in Lonejack, MO. She married Jack Crocker.
+ 10 ix. James Samuel Womach, born January 08, 1850 in Buchannan Co., Missouri; died May 13, 1921 in Seattle, King Co., Washington.


Monday, May 07, 2001 at 05:52:13 (PDT)
Roger Moore
caverarch@aol.com
www.moore-archeological.com

I'm only now beginning to pursue genealogy on my mother's (a Womack) side of the family because I had much more data to begin on my father's side. I'd like to rectify this imbalance. Her father was Allan Leslie Womack, born in Arkansas and died (1956) in LaSalle Parish, LA. He was a railroad engineer in northern Louisiana by profession (during the lumber boom) and married an Edna Hooper in Louisiana. I have attached a descendancy chart fro his un-named father but regard it as hypothetical at best: it is assembled from what information I could glean from old family photo labels.

Following is the descendancy chart as I've cobbled it together. Thank you for your assistance!

Roger Moore
Houston, Texas

Descendants of Womack

1 Womack
........ 2 Allan Leslie Womack - 1956
............ +Edna Hooper 1888 - 1983
................... 3 Nina Womack 1909 -
....................... +Roger Green Moore, Sr. 1896 - 1972
............................. 4 Roger Green Moore, Jr. 1950 -
................................. +Augusta Zimmerman 1952 -
........................................ 5 Christine Marina Moore 1982 -
........................................ 5 Katherine Marina Moore 1982 -
............................. *2nd Wife of Roger Green Moore, Jr.:
................................. +Candice Wieneke 1947 -
................... 3 "Snook" Womack - 1997
....................... +E R Cornwell
............................. 4 Jan Cornwell
............................. 4 Susan Cornwell
............................. 4 Barbara Cornwell
........ 2 Walter Edward Womack
................... 3 J. Edward Womack
................... 3 Harold Womack
........ 2 Grace Womack
............ +Culp
................... 3 Marian Elizabeth Culp
....................... +Bethea
............................. 4 Marion Elouse Bethea
................... 3 Corrine Culp
........ 2 Josh Womack
............ +Carrie
................... 3 Mercille Womack
................... 3 Edwin Womack


Monday, May 07, 2001 at 07:33:40 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com.

Roger Moore, I have your Allan, Walter & Grace as the children of Kinchen, no Josh though. I have the children you listed with Josh as Walters. Get in touch.

Kinchen Roger9 Womack (Shirod8, Kinchen Roger7, Mansel6, Abraham5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, William1) was born 1859, and died September 08, 1927. He married Nora Hanson December 27, 1880 in Quachita Co., Arkansas. She was born 1862.

Notes for Kinchen Roger Womack:
Listed as Rodger K. Womack 1920 Quachita Co., AR., census.

Children of Kinchen Womack and Nora Hanson are:
+ 2 i. Walter Edward10 Womack, born August 18, 1884 in Arkansas; died May 1966 in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
+ 3 ii. Allan Leslie Womack, born Abt. 1885 in Arkansas; died 1956 in LaSalle Parish, Louisiana.
+ 4 iii. Grace Womack, born February 25, 1893 in Arkansas; died December 26, 1966.


Monday, May 07, 2001 at 18:22:32 (PDT)
Ann McDonald
quiltdog@yahoo.com
http://womackhunter.homestead.com/index.html

Well, hey there Roger Moore! We're something like 4th cousins or something. Your unnamed Womack is Kinchen Roger Womack - the one commonly called Roger, as opposed to all the other ones in the family. He's buried over in Moss Cemetery in Bearden, AR. Grace's husband was James Monroe Culp. And Marion's husband was Enoch Bethea. Roger was the son of Shirod and Nancy Susan Reynolds Womack. They are also buried over in Moss Cemetery. And if you give me a sec, I'll try to think of who else it is who is descended from this line.....aha! That would be Carolyn Cox, mccox@ipa.net - who, bless her heart, found Shirod's mother's maiden name. Anyway, Shirod (think Sherwood pronounced with an Arkansas accent) was the younger brother of my ancestor, Louisa Womack McDonald - and they were the children (among others) of Kinchen and Mary Agnes Jones Womack. And from there, you go back to Mansel Womack (there's some stuff about him on my homepage), and on back etc, as Roger noted. Drop me an email and I'll see if I can print you out some nice desendants and ancestors charts.

 


Tuesday, May 08, 2001 at 18:01:08 (PDT)
Ron Womack
ronald.k.womack@retechsystemsllc.com


My wife and I will be traveling from Philadelphia business trip this month and intend to spend a few days in Virginia to see the Bermuda Hundred area, Williamsburg, and other points of historical interest. I understand the original planation is not there, but a neighboring one might be(Flower, Fluer or something like that)along the James River.

To get to Bermuda Hundred, from Norfolk area, what town or villiage would get me close? Are there museums that have some displays of mid-sixteen hundreds life? On which side of the James River was the plantation of William the Immigrant located?

We wil eventuallly stop our southern wandering in North Carolina. Is there anything in North Carolina to see related to the time period of Womack migration?

I will not be at email after Friday AM, so a rapid reply would really help us plan.

Thank you

 


Tuesday, May 08, 2001 at 22:30:42 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com
http://www.womacknet.net/america.htm

Connie, sent this URL to me, I thought it was cool. I put it on my website.
It's a gif.animation of America from 1650-1983. http://www.womacknet.net/america.htm

 


Thursday, May 10, 2001 at 08:47:56 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Kudos to Cuz Lee Ann for her two awards last nite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 


Sunday, May 13, 2001 at 15:58:19 (PDT)
Jack Womack
oldpro@caprok.net

Happy Mothers Day to your Angel Mom

Because You are such an Angle, Mom

In every single way

May gladness that is heavenly

Be yours on Mothers Day

author unknown

 


Sunday, May 13, 2001 at 19:50:42 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

REgardless of what some of you think, and ignore; I do research stuff.
I, luckily took the Buckner/Womack connection back to 1066 today..well one lil line anyway..that is what do.. I do not sit on my duff and post what I have and sit back and well whatever.......Am I going to post for all..naah I want to see positive participation from all - I was in one surname participation thang and people said they gave all they had - they didnt continue research or nothing-just quit - I dont - I look and I give and defy anyone to say I havent done so more than a few...\
Mark and or Roger block me if you want, but you both know I am right - the rest can do what you want and that is ok too - just stay away from my web pages


Sunday, May 13, 2001 at 21:41:05 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Sam, I see you have your undies in a wad again. I do understand your wanting more folks to participate here on WGN. Unfortunately not everyone is as anal or as neurotic as we are about Womack genealogy. Trying to find every Womack that has walked the face of the Earth is not what most folks live and breath, with the exception of a few of us. Nor do most have the databases we have in order to help each other. Some post a little, some do more, but regardless of how much or how little folks participate, all are welcome at WGN.

 


Monday, May 14, 2001 at 16:30:03 (PDT)
John V Hayward
john@hayward2.fsnet.co.uk

MARGARET WOMACK is my 4x Great Grandmother and married THOAMS GOOCH at North Lopham, Norfolk, England in 1793. I have not yet traced where MARGARET came from.

Sadly, to confuse things, another MARGARET WOMACK married the previous week in North Lopham. I could not see MARGARET'S baptism in North Lopham, but others have told me it is there?

Any help gratefully appreciated.

John
in rural Suffolk, UK.

 


Monday, May 14, 2001 at 17:55:33 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

John
Answer to your E mail on the way if you havent gotten it already

--------------
And to the rest of you apologies about the statement I made about my web pages. they are there for all to peruse or whatever for personal use -

 


Monday, May 14, 2001 at 22:04:50 (PDT)
Judy Womack
jamw@jps.net

Sam and Roger

I as one of the silent ones, wish to give you a big "THANK YOU" for all the work you both put into the Womack line. If I had information I would post it. What I need no one has yet found, David and Mildred Womack/ son Richard married to Martha/ son Abner Pryor Womack. I need this to complete my husband's line.
It is fun to watch other's get the information they need,from the Womack page.
"THANK YOU" from the silent ones.


Tuesday, May 15, 2001 at 05:11:42 (PDT)
Sharon Robb
SSSquirrell69@aol.com

Hi All

As you may have read, I am searching for William Womack from Bentley Doncaster South Yorkshire, England. Recently I was sent an extract from the 1851 census wich is as follows:

Thomas Womack hd M 40 Ag Lab. born Barnburgh
Diana Wi M 38 born Holme
John so 13 born Bentley
Eliza da 11 born Bentley
Sarah da 6 Scholar Born Bentley
George so 7 Scholar, born Bentley
Harriot da 5, born Bentley
Thomas so 3 born Bentley
William so under 1 mth born Bentley

This could be the William I am searching for, although still trying to confirm this. Let you know how I get on. Hope this may be of some use to others out there.


Tuesday, May 15, 2001 at 05:44:46 (PDT)
glen simpson
gsimpson4847@aol.com

I am researching the Womack line on behalf of my wife, Lynn Womack, whose Womack line is based in western North Carolina back to Anderson Womack(1765-1848) and John Thomas Womack(1743-1790). Does John Thomas link back to William Womack(c1620-c1679) in Henrico Co. VA?? Also, an old family story links my wife's Womack line back to a Sir James Womack, Earl of Edinburgh in Scotland. Does anybody know if there is any validity to this, since I have not found any reference to a James Womack in Scotland. Thanks for the help!!

 


Tuesday, May 15, 2001 at 11:07:32 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com
http://www.womacknet.net/thomaswomack.htm

Glen, this webage; http://www.womacknet.net/thomaswomack.htm It is some notes that I have gathered on Thomas Womack sp Louvisa. To date I have not seen any proof of his parentage, yet I believe he is in our Womack line rather than someone who immigrated here in the 1760's as some believe. His relationships are just to close to the other Womacks. If anyone else has clues, rumors or information to add to this page I'll be glad post. Perhaps we can wade through it and come up with something to sort this out.

 


Tuesday, May 15, 2001 at 12:34:39 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Glen
I have haunted the Scottish mail groups, sent mail to various peerage groups;
and none can come up with a Earl named Womack. I have heard this story before and he was supposedly beheaded sometime in the 1300's; and the rest of the
family fled to Holland. Then later, we have a person who has been here on WGN
whose grandfather came from Holland - lending credibility??

 


Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 18:39:56 (PDT)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

Back for one day and here is my observation: boy is there a lot of cr*p out there! But first for some credit: to Sam, for his destruction of the "full blooded Amerind person with Womack surname" thing. Sam, there are a few people on the net I'd like to meet and you are one. And now to get cranky. Ron: buy a good map. It's a basic lesson for all genealogists. You can't do genealogical research without them (good maps). Both Hundreds (Bermuda and Flowerdew, or thir historical sites) are there, on the south side of the James, about 10 and 20 miles downstream of Richmond. Both are incredibly unattractive land ( I visited recently). I never before heard anyone call the early Womack lands "plantations". Even given the real meaning of plantation which is far from Scarlett, the land our Womacks had was not "plantation" and our guys were not John Wilkes or Gerald O'Hara: they couldn't clothe their kids and stole to get food. And Glen: Sir James? Earl of Edinburgh? Ever hear of Burke's Peerage?

 


Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 19:01:55 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com
http://www.womacknet.net/bermudahundred/bermuda_hundred_map.htm

I thought this map was interesting, Bermuda Hundred area back in the 1860's. So much of our early history was here. Abraham patented land along swift creek which runs into the Appomatox river below Bermuda Hundred. It's hard to read everything. I'll try to get this down sized some for faster loading.

 


Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 22:22:11 (PDT)
Tracie Womack Joyner
TLJoynr@aol.com

Hello Womacks! It's me...one of the silent ones like Judy. :O)
I don't have much to post either cause there are very few of us searching for the Jacob and Keziah (Middleton/Beard)Womack line.
My dad (James Womack - he probably wishes he was an Earl from Scotland. hahahah)keeps telling the family that he has always been told that we come from a long line of horse thieves which may explain why I am having a time trying to find my gg-grandfather A.G.B. (Albert) Womack on the confederate rolls. I know he was born in Copiah Cnty. MS. abt. 1845.
The story passed down to me is that he was in prison in Vicksburg, MS and met my other gg-grandfather (Charles Peters) in prison while he was hunting for the Union Army (my bet is that he was a desertor?)and Charles was hunting for the Confederates. When they were released...A.G.B. went to LA leaving a wife and child behind in MS. A.G.B. & Charles' children....Charity Elizabeth and Jacob Moore married and that is where my grandfather James Oliver Womack came into the picture. (which I do have a picture of my grandfather and his parents when he was a baby)
Not to get off the subject...but this has been on my mind....my Womack line has a very strong line of red heads....I only mention this cause I can tell by the black and white picture (dated 1903) of my g-grandparents and grandfather that Jacob Moore looks to be a red head and that to me is where my Aunts seem to have gotten their red color from. I was just wondering if anybody with pictures that old ever just look and study the pics and see the family traits that they were given. (Just something else to think about other than who was the first Womack on this earth.)
Also, just to mention in case anyone is out there looking for info on James Oliver Womack m. to Nola Bryant (later married a Taylor) in LA. who had a child named Eula Mae.... please contact me at TLJoynr@aol.com/ Eula is my half aunt and I would love to get in contact with her children.
Happy Hunting!!!
Tracie

 


Thursday, May 17, 2001 at 10:17:22 (PDT)
Barbara Kelly
resbjk@yahoo.com

During Memorial Day I will be visiting the family plot in Platteville, Wisconsin, where William Womack Jr and Elizabeth Stanover (wife) is buried.

I will be meeting with my uncle to receive a copy of the marriage record for Wiliam Womack Sr(brother of Larkin) and Lovina. The family stories have included stating that Lovina was 100% indian. According to my uncle her tribe was Illni. This tribe was northern Illinois and Wisconsin. This tribal name was used to name the state of Illinois.

I will be copying a picture (gotten from my great aunt from Platteville)showing Lovina. I was told that the picture is in exact condition.

Others buried in Platteville, Wisconsin (there are others but I am at work)

Grace Gievere Womack Deneff (my grandmother)
Ivan John Deneff (step grandfather)
Alexander Delvan Deneff (step uncle)

Members of the family buried in Buffalo City, Wisconsin

Robin Gwenivere Leitha (my neice)
Julia Ann Deneff Schmidt

From
Barbara Jo Womack Kelly

 


Friday, May 18, 2001 at 05:16:44 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Barbara,
Once you see a photo of Lovina, you will see why she is thought
to be, and probably is, American Indian...I had one of her and
William on line for sometime but only on disk now -

Roger, did you ever copy and repost them??

And on the mention of family traits, the nose is one of the giveaways;
as are the ears. I once read that the ears, especially, were to family
ID as fingerprints were to an individual..hmmm wish I had kept that article!
And no known Redheads in my line, light brown or sandy hair for the most part.
It also appears that height went up and down (no pun intended) with the
generations - my GG-GF was said to be well over 6 feet in the 200's for weight;
And tho not too short, my G-GF, GF and father were all under 6 feet (again no
pun intended), while I am over 6 feet and so was my son.
this is an interesting point - and if anyone out there has the talent to do composites like those police photos, would be interesting to take all the
traits as far as facial, etc and see what the, shall we say, aferage Womack looks like??


Friday, May 18, 2001 at 06:43:59 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com
http://members.tripod.com/~RGWomack/williamhenrywomack.htm

Sam, I did post them, the above url shoud take you there. The pictures are of William and Lovina.
Roger

 


Friday, May 18, 2001 at 09:12:38 (PDT)
Jack Womack
oldpro

Hey Sam, I always thought big ears was a genetic trait in the Womack lines. I know all my ancestors back to " Big Billy" all had generous size ears. We probably needed then to hear what our distance cousins were saying about us.

 


Friday, May 18, 2001 at 10:33:16 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee

Jack
Big ears are in mine fer shure!! and I think the right slightly lower than the
left..

and Rog thanks that was mainly asked so Barbara and others could look

 


Friday, May 18, 2001 at 11:01:33 (PDT)
Jean Reed Herbelin
jrhgwh@aol.com

I don't know if anyone here is interested but while I was in Coolidge, TX cemetery I took pictures of the headstones of D.M. Womack born June 10,1859 and wife Dealy Womack. Also Senate Earl Womack born Aug 30, 1890 and wife Elizabeth Rich. I don't know which Womack families these are part of. If anyone has an interest in these pictured I can send them or scan them to you.

Jean

 


Saturday, May 19, 2001 at 08:43:25 (PDT)
Pam Bell
PandEBell@aol.com

Sam,My Womack ancestors were over 6 ft. (My father, Dock, was 6' 4"). They had black hair and were dark complexioned, with brown eyes. I can't recall the big ears. I have heard that we are of Indian ancestry, but no proof can be found.

 


Saturday, May 19, 2001 at 09:56:44 (PDT)
Carol Krajnik
Pnutkitty@aol.com

Big ears were definitely passed down in our family. Many redheads in the family too. Womack family from southern Illinois, descendants of Abraham.

 


Sunday, May 20, 2001 at 11:20:22 (PDT)
Jack Womack
oldpro@ caprok.net

Forgot to mention in my earlier post that I have a red headed son. From what I studied in genetics the red hair gene only shows up every third generation unless it is a predominate gene. I belive it is one of the recessive genes. The most predominate being being brown, therefore there are more brown haired people in the world than any other. Only her hairdresser knows. It took me six years to breed a color that throwed true in the fish I raised , but fish have several generations each year. Hitler tried to do it in twenty years but the blond was hard to come by ( He was black headed).


Sunday, May 20, 2001 at 17:09:10 (PDT)
Gary Arnett
gary@r-net.com

Just stumbled upon this Womack site.... Grandmother was Clara Eveyln Womack (b.8/24/1899 Womack, MO -Died 11/11/1983 Detroit, MI), father was Leon Wilson Womack (b.4/29/1975-11/23/1956) son of Robert Marion Womack(b.7/5/1828 Marion Co. Tenn), son of William Womack (b.9/7/1795-4/28/1870 North Carolina).....
Can I play too?
I had an great-aunt who kept some good records, i have more info and dates on siblings.

 


Sunday, May 20, 2001 at 17:20:19 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Gary
You can play, but bring a shovel and pail. We got the sandbox!!

 


Sunday, May 20, 2001 at 19:09:24 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Gary, glad to have you on board. The more the merrier.

 


Sunday, May 20, 2001 at 19:34:02 (PDT)
Dottie Womack
DandDWomack@gateway.net

See entries re tall Womacks and red headed Womacks. William William Womack and Sally Smith Womack had a daughter, Loney, who had red hair. She was the sister of Andrew V. Womack who was my husband's father. Our Michael Andrew Womack has two red headed children. The boys in William William's family were 50% tall and 50% average height. All were strong looking men.

Just FYI.

Dolton is just home from hospital. Pneumonia and the bone cancer, Multiple Myeloma, is flaring up and will be treated with some new meds. Say a prayer for him please.

Dottie


Sunday, May 20, 2001 at 19:48:40 (PDT)
Lyle Womack
Womacklr@aol.com

I just recently discovered this site and want to thank both Sam and Roger for their hard work. I have just recently began my research into my Womack line and have had alot of success. I am originally from southern Illinois and am currently in the US Army stationed at Ft Campbell, KY. I am the grandson of Orville Benjamin Womack who had 9 brothers and sisters:
Iva Grace, Ruth Blanche, Newton Deneen, Robert Leroy, Joseph Rolla, Stella Augusta, Havey Alva, William F, Herman, and Herbert Theodore. The parents of these Womack schildren were Joseph Benjamin and Estella Augusta Cook. Thanks again for such a wonderful site.

 


Monday, May 21, 2001 at 19:00:38 (PDT)
Phildreth@Carolina.net
phildreth@carolina.net

I have in my procession some art work that belong to Carlos Poynor Womack Jr.
The sketches, drawings and paintings, are remarkable. He was the son of
Carlos Poynor Womack, who died in Pinehurst, NC 1977. Carlos was painted on a canvan by his son Carlo Jr. Carlos Jr pass away in 1991. Carlos still has relatives living and hope they are interested in these drawings. These are from 1965-1968-this is the time they are dated. Carlos was a Minister in the North Carolina Conference for around 50 years. Carlos was married to Jane Barker and they had two sons. Carlos Poynor Womack Jr. and John Barker Womack.
I also have a cliping of a newspaper with John Barker Womack holding a large
National Wildlife Reserve Stamp and the actual stamp dated 1968. I am no sure if the large stamp was painted or why John Barker was representing the stamp.
But if any of his nearest relatives are interested in any of these items, please let me know. Peggy (910)4623445- phildreth@carolina.net


Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 08:08:59 (PDT)
Joann Horton
mikeandjoann@yahoo.com

Hello. It's been a while since I've posted a message.

My mother is Jean Lorraine Womack Beard, daughter of Ollie McFarland and William Womack of Corpus Christi, Texas. My mother and her sister, Frances Rae Womack Gorham are the only daughters left of Ollie and William Womack.

Bobby Womack Reagan died in Corpus on February 1, 2000. She has been sorely missed by all.

Roger sent me the info on the family at one time and now I cannot find it. Roger, could you please send it to me again? I would greatly appreciate it. If I remember correctly you had asked me to send you the info on all of us (that I know) so you could update your records. Do you still want that? I can compile it all and send it to you for you to update your records.

You have done and are continuing to do a wonderful job on this. I greatly appreciate it.

Joann Horton


Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 12:40:28 (PDT)
Sharon Foree
S_Foree@Prodigy.net

Just found your site. On the page showing "Womack Genealogy" Magazine Vol III No. 2 Dec 1959 there is this message:

WOMACKS IN 1800 CENSUS OF WAKE CO., N. C,

The cover of last issue of WG featured a list of Womacks on the 1800 Census of North Carolina. Wake Co. was conspicuous by its absence, since Womacks are known to have lived in the Wake Co. area since about 1750. But repeated readings of the 1800 Census of Wake Co. any of the varied spellings of the name so far noted. A study of the Womack material for Wake Co. showed that three Womack families were living in Wake Co around 1790, namely: Willie (or Wiley), Meredith and William. Finally these same three families were found on 1800 census for Wake Co, after all, but the name Womack was disguised as WARMOUTH! So, please add the three names, below, to the Womacks on 1800 Census of N. C.:-

WAKE COUNTY
Willie Warmouth 00101 - 00101
Meredith Warmouth 00100 - 00000
William Warmouth 00100 - 20100

My question - I am descended from Thaddeus WARMOUTH of Northern Neck of VA, served in Rev. War. He later moved to Madison & Garrard Counties, Kentucky. We believed that some Warmoths moved to North Carolina in late 1700's. Are we now to believe that Warmoths are actually Warmocks??? Would like to sort this out. Thanks.
Sharon


Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 22:37:14 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Sharon,
I believe those were the children of Albridgton Womack, most ended up in Wake Co., or at least were married there. Don't have a clue how the Warmouth name came to be.

Archives, Raleigh No Co - Chatham County Estates Petition of the heirs of Britain Womack father of:

Patsey Womack
Britain Womack
Tempie Womack
William Womack
Alexander Womack
Molly Womack
Merideth Womack,
Nancy Womack
Perebee Womack
Winny Womack
and Britain Womack (the younger), by his guardian, Thos. Barham

All the foregoing versus Wiley Womack, administrator (another heir of Britain Womack.


Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 06:59:24 (PDT)
Joann Horton
mikeandjoann@yahoo.com

Roger, I will be Corpus during the week of June 4th. I plan on visiting the cemetary where my grandfather, John William Womack, is buried. Would you like me to provide the info on all the Womack's there? Several of my aunts are there as well as Homer White Womack. My brother and sister will be in Corpus too and we plan on going to check it all out. I can also check with the cemetary office to see if there are any other Womacks bured there. Just let me know. Joann

 


Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 09:59:59 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

JoAnn
I am not Roger but we would appreciate it if you would - everything helps

 


Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 14:58:53 (PDT)
Joann Horton
mikeandjoann@yahoo.com

Sam, I will get the info and send it to you when I get back to Dallas. There's probably about 8-10 people there at the cemetary so I'll get what I can for you. Joann

 


Friday, May 25, 2001 at 05:30:53 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Joann
Thanks, send it to either Roger or me, or both. We will see it is posted for all to use.

 


Friday, May 25, 2001 at 22:12:42 (PDT)
Shelia Womack
shelia@clerk.com

Hello everyone! Wow I am so amazed when I found this board... I can't believe this,,, I have just started on my husbands Womack side of the family after I got frustrated with my Hartless side,, and I just can't believe how many family members I have already found through only 2 months of messages in 1999 !!!!!!!!!
Anyways, Thankfully about 6 months ago my husband's (Jeffrey Bryan Womack), cousin Karen Womack emailed me their Womack lineage... It starts With William Womack b.abt 1610 in Kent, England and died in Henrico County, Va..., then it goes through 3 Richards, one last one having married a Nancy Childers, then to Jesse Womack b. abt 1739 in Halifax County, Va, whom had a child John N. Womack b 12/25/1776, to Frances Hancock Womack b.May 26, 1815 in Womack Hill, Alabama d.1875 in Montgomery, TX. he married Nancy Grimes, one of their sons was Joseph "JB or Dick" Boulds Womack b.april 22, 1854 in Alabama d. in LaPorte, Texas, then Joseph had Carl Womack whom married Maudine Eleanor Asbeck,,,, they had 3 children Carl Cecil b.sep 25, 1921 (we live with him in LaPorte, TX) , William "Billy" Ray, and J.B. Womack b. June 21, 1923 d. Nov,1985, then their son Carl Cecil had Carl Cecil Jr., and he had Jeffrey Bryan Womack,,, my husband,, if anyone's interested I will email you his tree that I have filled out so far... email your request to
shelia@clerk.com.....
I would appreciate any information you might could give us as I'm just a beginner. Thanks!
I can't wait to hear from you all! :) and am so glad this line looks alot easier than my line. I had scheduled a reunion on my Hartless side this year, but next year I will definetly be scheduling one for his Womack side here in the Houston, Texas area,, if anyone interested send your request as soon as possible.

 


Saturday, May 26, 2001 at 08:40:42 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Sheila
Word of caution on William Womack b. whenever in Kent or ?? England..
There is no definite proof of his existence or death-- only heresay at
this point - however, if you and your cuz happen to have any hard documentation,
such as wills, land records, bible records, probate, etc, there are thousands of us that would appreciate them!! And, we will appreciate any and all help we can get to prove he and his wife existed as out ancestors...
Thanks for your input

 


Monday, May 28, 2001 at 06:06:38 (PDT)
T J SHMWAY
CBSSLOOPY@WEBTV.NET

AM INTERESTED IN ANY INFORMATION ON MY GR-GR-GR-GRANDMOTHER. NAIOMA WOMACK. DIED 8/2/1841.
MARRIED TO JESSE BEENE, SR. IN & AR. SW ARKANSAS AREA. ARK-LA-TEX AREA. THANKS SO MUCH FOR ANY INFORMATION YOU CAN GIVE. TJ SHUMWAY


Monday, May 28, 2001 at 06:59:03 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

TJ, what I have is Naomi Pyburn,(not Womack) died 2aug1841 married Jesse Beene, b 1800, he was the son of Robert Bean sp Martha Womack. If Pyburn was a previous marriage and she was a Womack, I don't know. Get in touch, I would be glad to share what I have.

 


Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 08:53:13 (PDT)
Ramon Womack
rsbuffy2@webtv.net

This is information for anyone that may be interested. It is an obit appearing in the Tennessean May 27, 2001.

Tullahoma, TN.
WOMACK, Loretta F.
Age 68, May 26, 2001 Services
11 a.m. Tuesday at Lincoln
Baptist Church

 


Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 11:06:33 (PDT)
Jack Womack
oldpro@caprok.net
http://www.womackweb.homestead.com

For anyones information.
Found on the Tom Green Co. Tx. Query pages.
Posted by Sharon E Warnock< OlRiverRat@aol.com on Fri, 12 June 1998
Looking for info on DICK EDWARD WARNOCK born in San Angelo, TOM GREEN, CO. Feburary 21, 1936. Died in Temple, Texas. Parents Madison D Warnock born Oct 14, 1859 in Mobile Ala. Married to Jane Long/or Ray, born May 8, 1873, Franklin, Tenn. Buried in Brownwood, Texas.
Dick Edward Warnock worked for Humble Oil in the early "wildcat" days of the Texas oil fields, married; Lenora Shepherd. They traveled with a convoy of trailers in the same profession. Nick name " SLIM". Bro/Sisters
Charles Warnock
W A Warnock
Willie Mae Warnock McCormick
Emma Warnock Brown


Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 20:16:21 (PDT)
Sam
samsawadee@qwest.net

Womack, San Angelo, Tom Green Co TX

Arvie Womack (915)223-5338
2228 Valley View Blvd, San Angelo, TX 76904-8009 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
Barry Womack (915)942-9699
2105 Eagle Ct, San Angelo, TX 76904-8064 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
Carolyn Womack (915)655-9813
318 Saint Johns St, San Angelo, TX 76905-5117 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Aug 1998
Christopher P Womack (915)949-5083
1717 Weston Rd, San Angelo, TX 76901-5333 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
David Womack (915)658-7292
103 S Irving St Ste 703, San Angelo, TX 76903-6456 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Aug 1998
G Womack (915)944-7127
3610 Clark Dr, San Angelo, TX 76904-5230 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
Harvey Womack (915)944-7970
4112 Loop 306, San Angelo, TX 76904-5656 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
J Womack (915)658-6993
San Angelo, TX 76901-0000 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Aug 1998
James C Womack (915)655-1517
120 Santa Fe Park Dr, San Angelo, TX 76903-6300 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Aug 1998
James C Womack (915)947-8677
2718 Red Bluff Ramp Rd, San Angelo, TX 76904-7844 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
M S Womack (915)947-0942
3409 Windmill Dr, San Angelo, TX 76904-8138 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
Marvin W Womack (915)651-4171
109 Greer St, San Angelo, TX 76903-8618 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
N J Womack (915)949-8410
2492 University Ave, San Angelo, TX 76904-5458 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
Reanna Womack (915)655-7891
706 E 24th St, San Angelo, TX 76903-2436 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Aug 1998
Richard B Womack (915)658-1567
4029 Garnett Rd, San Angelo, TX 76903-1535 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
Tom Womack (915)944-8462
2302 W Avenue J, San Angelo, TX 76901-4217 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Aug 1998
Tracy Womack (915)942-0502
3424 Millbrook Dr, San Angelo, TX 76904-5755 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998
William T Womack (915)949-7424
3610 Clark Dr, San Angelo, TX 76904-5230 Map It | Drive It
Record updated: Sep 1998

They be Womacks theah fer shuah - I oncet wuz one meself in San Angelo

 


Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 22:38:28 (PDT)
Benjamin Womack Sr.
jagger111@yahoo.com


Hello all I came accross some of my family on one of the web sites deal with geneolgy . Thought I might and this and see if anyone else has any more info on any of these lines. From what I have gathered from my dad looks like ar all from around Bell County Texas I copied and pasted this staight from the other record !


Husband: Benjamin Franklin Womack Father:
Mother:
Wife: Mary Jane Archer Father: John McQuatty Archer
Mother: Mary Penelope P. Mullins
Marriage Date: 19 Nov 1889 Marriage Place:
Children: Eugene Womack
Teddy R. Womack
John Newton Womack
Benjamin Franklin Womack
Buela Ethel Womack
Marilu Womack
Roy Otis Womack
Julia Womack
Kathlyn Womack
Living Womack
Emma Marie Womack
Living Womack

Benjamin Franklin Womack
Birth: 4 Nov 1869 --
Death:
6 Sep 1922 --
Spouse: , Mary Jane Archer

Thanks
Ben Womack

 


Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 13:10:26 (PDT)
Liz DuBois
ddubois@sinclair.net

Searching for information on the ancestry of Lucy Womack. She was born 1733, married Thomas Lawrence and possibly died in TN about 1826 I have seen mention that her parents were Henry Womack and Martha "Patsy" Puckett and would like to verify this as well as find her ancestors. Any help and/or suugestions would be appreciated.


Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 14:06:01 (PDT)
Dawn Womack
sean@hindmarsh.fsworld.co.uk

Can you tell me if there are any Womack websites relating to English Womacks particularly in the North East Region as I am interested in tracing my ancestry and also wonder where the name Womack originated from.

 


Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 22:30:39 (PDT)
Paul N. Womack
womack1@earthlink.net

Thanks to a "cousin" I checked out the Illinois Public Domain Land Track Sales Database(www.cyberdriveillinois.com/cgi-bin/archives/land.s). Found that Walton Cox Womack purchased land in 1836 and that Walton C. Womack made 2 purchases in 1853 and 2 more in 1859. I am g.g.grandson of WALTON B. WOMACK b.Dec 1816 Union County Ky m.Rebecca Kerns d.23 May 1904 Nevada, Story County, Iowa. These two men (Walton C & Walton B) would have been about the same age. Our family has a tendency to use names over & over, but this is the first time I have found/seen another Walton. Can anyone make a connection between these two? If so, it might begin to shed some light on how my part of this family came out of Ky to Ia.


Thursday, May 31, 2001 at 21:50:04 (PDT)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

April messages have been moved to the archives.

 


 


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