This website is really neat, I didn't realize there are so many WAMMACKs!
My gr gr grandmother was Sarah Jane Womack duaghter of Riley Benson Womack
she married Joseph McKinnley Burger and moved to Okla. Her stepmother Tennie
Womack and her children, parents and Brother also moved to Okla. Sarah was born
McMinn Co Tenn. to Riley Benson Womack and Dicey Thompson her father was Daniel
Mack Thompson. I am trying to locate any information on Dicey Thompson...Thank You
The information on the WGN pages is fascinating. Although I come from
Preston, Lancashire, England, my father (Reginald John Womack) and my late
grandparents (Thomas and Jessie Womack) are from Liverpool, the 1881 British
Census shows some Womacks in Liverpool so I imagine I'm descended from them. Any
info anyone can provide (I'm new to the internet and genealogy) will be
EARLY WOMACKS. I refer to my messages of October 2000 especially the one of Sunday October 15 2000 at 15.03.54 (PDT). There I made three references to Henry Womack (1566-1627) the Vicar of Great Ellingham and son of Hugh of East Dereham. The first referred to his Colonial related patrons; the second to his son Salathiel's marriage to a Browne with names similar to Norfolk neighbors and Richard I's patent headrights; and the third to Jean Stephenson's "hunch" that Henry was the forebear of the emigrant to Henrico. The "Womack of Mautby" pedigree reproduced on this site shows Henry having sons Henry and Salathiel. Henry's will was one I tried to research this winter and I think I found it on FHL film but couldn't decipher it. Anyway noting from the Cambridge Alumni site on Ancestry.com that he was an alumnus of Gonville and Caius College Cambridge, on my recent visit to DC and the LOC I read John Venn's "Biographical History of Gonville and Caius College" and found in Volume I, P. 115, the entry for Henry. It shows, inter alia, that in his will Henry mentions sons Salathiel, John, Henry and William. WILLIAM! Well! Such a William could have been born anywhere say 1586 to 1616 plus or minus. So he could be say the father or grandfather (or maybe even great grandfather) of the five Henrico brothers of which Abraham the eldest was born 1644. At any rate it's the appearance of the name "William" in Henry's progeny that's interesting. I don't think it shows up in pedigrees of other descendants of the Norfolk family after that? Not a smoking gun but the barrel is getting hot? Comments welcome.
i have just found out through tracing my greatgrandmother Lila Womack that my 5th great grandfather was in the rev. war. she was my great grandmother and my fathers name was aurthor john mccarty. my fathers name was john thomas mccarty. aurthor john mccarty married lila womack. if any one has more info. please mail me. a friend of mine has me traced back to 1620 in kent county england!!!!
You didn't indicate the location of your McCarty-Womack marriage,
but I seem to recall mid-19th century connections between Womacks
and McCarty in central Mississippi. Maybe Simpson or Smith County.
A query to the MSSIMPSO list at rootsweb.com could get the specifics.
Meanwhile I'll see what I can find in my archives. Good luck.
On reviewing the Cambridge records on homestead, in the light of what David Dunn just posted, I suspect this: William of East Dereham (father of Arthur Womocke)and Hugh of Dereham (David says East Dereham) (father of Henry Womocke), were brothers. So it would be logical for Henry to have a son William named after his uncle. Just a thought. Sounds like there were lots of Womockes etc even back then.
Please contact me regarding your Dicy Thompson Womack. Riley B Womack is one of my Womack kin.
Monday, June 04, 2001 at 11:24:34 (PDT)
The email address shown for me on Sunday 3 June was incorrect, it should be
Now, referring to David's words below; would this not lead to a
discussion of Henry of Accomack?? That this Henry may fit in well
with those mentioned? A brother of our elusive "dream"?
BY the way, hi all from Sunny and at times rainy and wet South Carolina. Will be back in AZ, Wed nite if no holdup for weather again in Atlanta!!
Sam. I certainly agree with you. That had occurred to me too. In fact, after noting the possible Henry connections last autumn, I made (another) attempt (unsuccessful) to contact the gentleman who posted the Henry data on the net, in an attempt to get a source. Maybe we should try again? Similar data was published in the old "Womack Courier" in 1984 listing three references. Two ("Early Settlers of Mass. by Stull p.19-33" and "Vital REc. of Mass by Stiles Vol. 3 thru 9" , sic) I have not been able to find in any of the catalogs of the main genealogy libraries I search: LOC, DAR, FHL, NEHGS or Fort Wayne. The third, "The Womack & Allied Families by Thomas pub. 1932 154 p." is listed in the LOC but has vanished from their shelves. Does anyone have it? Or the other two? By the way I recently found some reference to Abraham having a Massachussetts connection which I can't put my fingers on right now but will look up.
can you tell me which ship the immigrant william was on when he immigrated. thanks
Further to my previous. The Abraham reference is in "Burton Chronicles of Colonial Virginia", Harrison, 1933. One Thomas Burton Jr. (1664-c.1691) of Henrico left a widow in Boston; Abraham was his agent in Virginia in the "mackerell" business. The book refers to the "Henrico Minute Book for June 1, 1691". has anyone seen this?
I found a web site that has a lot of Womacks on it. They are connected to the
Martin Family in Centralia, Texas.
Evan Richmond Womack,
William Oly Womack,
Jessie Fay Womack,
Mrs Fred Womack
Also on this site is a few Cem. The Kimball, TX Cem. on the left side, there are two Womacks buried...Rena Womack aug 12,1894 and A.J. Womack Jan 6, 1888--Feb 25,1952.
Maybe this will help some one.
My first attempt at "further to my previous" doesn't seem to have worked so here we go again. The "Old Abe" MA reference is in "Burton Chronicles of Colonial Virginia", Francis Burton Harrison, private printing, 1933. One subject, Thomas Burton Jr. sometimes of Henrico, 1664-c.1691, had a widow in Boston. Abraham was his agent in VA in the "mackerell" business. The book references "Henrico Minute Book for June 1, 1691." I don't have that. Does anybody?
Someone was looking for a musician Womack, fiddler player who made his own
fiddles and played at the Opry. Well, I didn't find him, but I found Watson
Womack, b. 1867 d. 1960 Castor, LA who played fiddle at a radio station in
Longview TX and at dances along with his daughter Mary Lou, son George, and son
in law Roy Stevenson.
Anyway, I'm vaguely remembering that the minute books of Henrico Co were published in the 1930s in the VA History and Gen. Magazine. Or I may be confusing that with another book by a different Burton, who wrote the Annals of Henrico Parish that had all the vestry books in it.
As for the British will - very very interesting! I'm going to ponder if a clear copy can be had from England.
Now for a question. I'm corresponding with someone looking for nformation no Leroy Mansell Womack, her great-grandfather. He was supposed to be living in Malvern, AR in 1900, but I can't find him in the census. He later ended up in OK, then the family back in AR. I'm thinking here that he may be of the Richard Mansel family, not my Mansel family. Any takers on a Leroy Mansell? Ann
Back Home Again!! SC is nice but too dang humid!!
I have the line of Henry Womack of Accomac(k). Ironically, I noted a post on the Brewer forum (mom's maiden name); and sent a mail and got that information from a Brewer researcher!! It says he was born in MA abt 1625 and married there
on April 14, 1649. In fact, this is the first notice of a Samuel in America that I have found; and this Samuel had the first Jacob I have found..
Then, I find that William Womack m. Susanna Trent had a son named Henry b. abt 1709, Henrico Co, who married Martha "Patsy" Puckett. They had a son Henry b. abt 1734, who married Mary Anne Terry, at St James Northam Parish, Goochland Co, VA,date unknown as of yet. Martha's Puckett line is the one that most of ours comes from.
I have not found that the MA to VA Henry had a son named William, but this William definitely knew a Henry!! I have also been unable to place this Henry in MA at any time; so I do not know if sources really exist; but, the information I have had a lots of complete dates of birth and death and some marriages..
Methinks we are getting warm here; but, just how remains to be seen -
David thanks for your posts; and Anne, know where in England that will might be?
Hi, my name is Corbin Womac and I am from Houston, TX. My father is also from Houston. My g-father, Billy Womac, is from George West, TX. Lastly, I know his father, James Lonnie Womac, is from McMinn County, TN. we are having a reunion soon and I was hoping to get some info. on Womac's in Tenn. I believe my g-g-grandfather is buried in the Womac/Womack cemetery in Calhoun, TN. I am not sure where my line lost the (k) off of the name, but I know in the long run we are all related. If anyone could be of some assistance I would be forever grateful! - Corbin
Sam (and David) I assume that the will would be at the Norfolk Record Office, unless for some reason it was probated in Canterbury, in which case it's at the Public Record Office. The Norfolk Record Office will cough up a copy for more or less 20pounds - 17 for one hour's search, plus copying fee, plus mailing. And you can request by email. If David knows the exact particulars of that will's location, we could probably get it fairly fast - I think they have a 2 week turn around there. Oh, and sorry to say, if I disappear for a while again, I'm not ignoring you, I'm in for some more surgery - but not for at least a few days 8-) Thank goodness for Friday's! Ann
Good going on your surgery--and thanks for the info--
20 pounds is about $27.85 according to me currency converter -
If we can get them ro respond I will contribute..
Going back to the last post and Anne's post - there may be times when
documention may come available to the Net that one person cannot, nor should
have to, handle. Obtaining excerpts from books or whatever like the Henrico
Mimites David mentions is a good example when and if a document can be found.
I propose that we select someone (not me) who can get out to these places either personally, or via e mail; and each of us contribute something to a "kitty" to offset some of the costs of obtaining documentation--a few bucks here and there wouldnt hurt anyone; and would benefit all -- I'll kick in 20 bucks anytime someone gives the go - anyone can contribute whatever and whenever they can they can.
Sam, I will be happy to pitch in to support "the cause". Just let me know when, but a couple questions first. Who is Henry of Accomack, and who's will are you trying to obtain from Norfolk? You, David, and Ann are moving at light speed, and I am trying to keep up. Thanks.
Henry Womack of Accomack, allegedly born in MA abt 1625 and married there in 1649 as off the top of me head..apparently from what I gather, he lived and died there also - had a bunch of children - if there is enough interest, I will post his info to a web page for all to see -- I havent tracked downward on his line too much - really only interested in it backward toward UK or wherever..
There was a line in UK that had a few Henrys - I dont have anything at work to
go by but ifyou go to www.womackonline.co.uk and then work the pages from there
you will see what I mean about the UK Womacks, all 39 different spellings of them. This page is a combination of Roger, David, Anne, Jan Womack; Tony Dell and Dave Maher of Australia and my, and probably some I have forgotten, research.
Anyone perusing the pages that has additional info; would appreciate so I can post for all to see/use.
For those Interested:
Leon Rene Womack. Born: March 3, 1930 in Doctortown, Wayne, Georgia. Died: January 2, 2001 in San Mateo, Putnam, Florida. Services Held: Tuesday - 1:00 P.M., January 9, 2001 at Johnson-Overturf Chapel. Officiating: Rev. Ron Womack. Interment: Palatka Memorial Gardens, Palatka, Putnam, Florida.
I have posted 1880 census'(Womack's and various spellings) for AL, AR, IL,
KY, LA, MS, MO, TN & VA., on our census page. I'll be adding them as I have
My Womack line is through my ggrandfather, Thomas(Tom)Washington Womack,his father Calvin Green Womack, his father (my ggggrandfather) Abner Pryor Womack. I have visited the cemetery in Bosque Co., Tx. and taken pictures of the grave markers of Calvin Green and Abner Pryor Womack. I submitted them to the Bosque Co.Rootsweb site. The url is www.rootsweb.com/~txbosqu2/ Click on cemteries, scroll down to Womack-White cemeteries (last one on the list) and you will find info on all buried there. Abner Pryor's marker is a full grave size cement slab, this is rather hard to tell by the picture. Hope this is help to some, Reba
Ann, Sam and everybody. Henry Womack's will of 1628 was proved in the Consistory Court of Norwich. The citation is "106 Jay". The problem is that a true copy may not do us any good - we may not be able to read it because of the archaic writing! What we may need is a "translated" copy; but I guess we could start with a true copy and take it from there. I'd certainly contribute to whatever the cost.
thanks - will see if my fingers can do some walkin' to the other side of the lake this weekend and if I can get some sort of an answer --
Also thanks to Reba for her contribution on the Bosque Co Womacks - that is what we need!!
Very Interesting to say the leased!!! Thanks Guys. Count me in on a contribution in this endeavor. Just let me know where and when to send the money. Jackie
To elucidate a bit - my last could have clouded the picture - recent entries by Sam and me refer to two Henrys: one died in Norfolk Co. England 1628 and one allegedly was in Middlesex MA/Accomack VA slightly later. I say allegedly because I never have seen any source given for the MA/VA man nor the data about him including precise dates and places.
Count me in for $ support. I want to help in anyway I can. Just let me know
where to send the money.
I have found out that my grandfather - James Oliver Womack b. 2/13/03 and his parents Jacob "Moore" and Lizzy (Peters) Womack where a traveling Gospel group with the Stamps, Baxter Music Co. They toured the Louisiana and Texas area. If anyone can help me find info on them I would appreciate it. I am under the impression that they wrote gospel songs as well for the company.
OOOKKK, from the for what it's worth department, heeeeereeees Henry!
Seriously, I go this info from another person and cannot vouch for it's
accuracy - but someone has went to a lot of trouble of it hasnt some small amount of substance..
Do you know when and in what local your Womacks were accoiated with the Stamps Baxter Music and Printing Co. I recall they had several groups touring the country. They also operated the V O Stamps School of Music or the Stamps -Baxter School of Music. I think they had several schools located across the country. As a young boy I attended the school in Ft. Worth Tx., In the early 1940s, through a small church I belonged to. As i remember we were learning the seven shape note harmony. I can recall only a few names, a teacher "Doc" Maxwell, Jesse Baxter who gave us our orintation, a Frank Stamps and another student, Womack whos given name I don't recall. Found out I wasn't cut out to be a Gospel singer, but attended for several sessions at the pastors urging. I seem to recall that V O Stamps had died a couple of years before. In later years "Doc" Maxwell and I went to the sane church, Bethel Assembly in Odessa,(1987-1988). Doc Maxwell has since passed away. Just remembered he name of the church in Ft Worth, Berean Baptist, Rev. Cooper, Pastor. Funny how certain subjects refresh faded memories. I know a nephew of Doc's living in Cross Plains Tx. and will contact him for more info. By the way Stamps-Baxter groups were all Quartets if my memory serves me right.
Sam, Thanks for the info on Henry of Accomack, and thanks to you and the others for your tremendous efforts to research the Womack family history, and share with the rest of us. Glen
OK, I have sent an E-mail to the Norwich Records Off asking about obtaining
copies of documents; and, whether there are transcripts available - I gave
David's reference to the will and also this one from the Mautby posts that Roger
and I have on line: Henry Womock, rector of Ellingham Mag.. Norf. Born 1566.
Will pr. (Norw. C.) 19 Nov 1627.
It appears that two of his sons were in the clothing business each in their own way: Salathiel Womock of Tacolneston, worsted weaver; Henry Womock of London, merchant, tailor. These are the only two mentioned in the Mautby info.
Thank you for the the reply. My Grandfather, James Oliver Womack was born in Alexandria, LA and his father Jacob "Moore" Womack is buried in Pollock, LA. So I am guessing that this is where they were associated with the Stamps, Baxter Music Co. I would have to say the time period would be before 1925 when my great-grandfather died. They also owned sawmills and apartments in the same area. When "Moore" died my g-grandmother lost everything. Her father was a traveling chaplain in the Civil War. His name was Charles Peters. He was from Winn Parish,LA.
Also...."Moore" Womack put all his sisters thru college and I was told that one named Della married a Duplessy that owned the Bently Hotel in Alexandria.
Hope this helps. I would love to find out more info on my family.
Surf on over to http://alamnof.org/baxterjr.htm it may be of intrest to you. The Stamps - Baxter Music and Publishing Co. did not exist before 1926. The first office was in DeKalb Tn. The later office that I know of was in Dallas Texas. J R Baxter studied under A J Showalter and later worked for him in Texarkana Tx. until he formed a parternership with V O Stamps. A J Showalter had singing schools in many cities, most all in the southern states, and did have travling groups of performers that were very popular in the 20s and early 30s. I was in the service with Galen R Showalter who was my closest friend and we talked about this many times. Wish I could be more help, good hunting.
Thanks for the info it was very interesting. I will check that webb site out. My great uncle was the one who gave the info, so I will get back with him as well.
Ok lets try another approach to Henry and et al..
(tentatively William and Mary Allen Judd Womack)
Richard I and Mary Puckett Womack
Richard II and Elizabeth Puckett Womack
Richard III and Nancy or Ann Childers Womack
David and Mildred Prior Womack
Richard and ? Womack
Jacob and Keziah/Hezikiah Beard Womack
Jacob Moore Womack
Jacob Moore, and by the way that was his middle name from what I have,
had a sister named Rebecca - more than this I do not have on him and her.
Some of my Womacks married into the Moore family so that may be where the
name came from. There was a Jacob Moore, son of Desdemonia and Ricahrd Moore.
She was GGG-GF sister..
Richard III was a brother to my 6th great grandpa (James) Alexander-
So Hi cousin!!!
Well, I have 11 siblings for Jacob Moore Womack, possibly an additional wife
for Jacob I and Richard Mansel Womack's wife as his second wife Martha --?--.
Since it's one of the Copiah Co., MS, Richard Mansel branches, I keep a few tabs
on them to make sure the Mansels don't get too confused with my Mansels.
I have most of those 1880 Womack census' online.
I've found a lot of information about the Womacks, but I need more recent
information. My grandmother, Martha Ellen Womack was born on 2-7-1882 to parents
Lewis Levi Womack and Frances Bargsley Womack. Her siblings were Monroe, Jessie
(male), and Hester. I do not have my grandmother's place of birth. I do not have
dob's on either Lewis Levi or Frances Bargsley. I also do not have information
on Lewis Levi's parents. My grandmother married Guerry Walker Weathers on
October 4, 1902 in Zephyr, Brown County, Texas. If anyone can get me back one
more generation, I think I can connect with some of the information already out
there. Thanks in advance.
Delores Leddy Cain
Ann and Sam,
My Jacob Moore was the nephew of the Jacob Moore Womack that you show as son of Jacob and Keziah Womack. My Jacob's father was A.G.B Womack and his mother was Sarah Ann Matthews. My Jacob went by his middle name Moore was born in Jackson, Parish, LA and I am guessing the reason he went by his middle name was because his uncle Jacob also had a son named Jacob Moore & a son named Jacob Leondas? as well. Too many Jacobs to keep up with. I have found distant relatives that remember my great grandfather being called Moore. Even my grandmother recalls that he went by that name.
By the way....I have found that Keziah was a Middleton by birth if anyone is interested. I'm still trying to figure out where the Beard came from. She was born in LA in 1811.
Thanks for reply -- and your source on the Middleton last name?
Hi: I am looking for more information on Joseph Alexander Womack, married Mary Ann Grogan 11 May 1857, Christian County, Kentucky. Their daughter, Sarah (Cornelia??) Womack married William Holifield 15 Dec 1878. Any further information any one has will be greatly appreciated. I will be glad to share info on the Holifields with anyone interested.
It appears, after some careful scrutiny, thinking and digging, that the Henry
of Accomack may have been a manufactured genealogy, made up for some one
desperately looking for an ancestor and a wannabee lineage--until someone can
show where I can find an actual paper documents that show the existence of this
line - I, reluctantly, have to consider it fiction. I can locate nothing on this
line except for the LDS info, and as well itended as it was meant to be, we know
some majority of it is manufactured and wannabee information...
David, thanks for sticking with me and looking into it with me--
My source for info on Keziah is Robert Bowman. His webpage with info on Keziah's family is: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourpage/list.htm. It shows about 4 generations and Keziah and Jacob are mentioned in generation #4. Robert had the same birthdate for her as I have found for her. Sbe was born in 1811. Also, I was sent a copy of guardianship papers for her when Jacob died as well as her will and there are alot of the same names as witnesses on my papers as on Robert's webpage. Her will states that she died 1/20/1864.
Yes, I know that his info does not make Keziah a 100% Middleton, but it has been the closest info on her that we have come across and dates and names match.
Please tell me some other way that I can prove that this is our Kiziah. Because I am totally convinced this is her.
My 2-great grandmother was Lucretia Womack Rogers (FL,GA). I KNOW I read somewhere that the late cowboy actor Roy Rogers was related somehow to the Womacks but can't find it now. Can somebody point me in that direction? Thanks.
Possibly she was Middleton, married Beard then Womack??
And to whom asked about Roy Rogers - the connection was not thru
any Rogers - that was a screen name - the connection was Slye/Womack.
See grave stone at http://www.womacknet.net/features/royrogers/roygrave.htm
I am looking for information on a Mary Womack who married a John McDowell. That's about all I have except my information says they were natives of Alabama. Some of the family ended up in Perry County, Missouri. Thanks in advance.
For the record, I agree with Sam about Accomack Henry. Until someone produces a verifiable fact, I think he's like Piltdown Man and the John Warburton Womack Pedigree - fake. The references don't exist; the LDS data is suspect because not based on any checkable records; no verifiable evidence exists for any of the supposed descendants until a century later; I have searched Middlesex MA vital records and all Accomack records I can and there is no mention of any Womacks in either place at the supposed time. At best its not a deliberate fake but a massive confusion. I'll be glad to retract this the minute verifiable evidence to the contrary is given.
I am a descendant of Richard Womack I, Richard Womack II, Richard Womack III, David Womack,also David's sister Sally (Patsy) Womack, Col. Abner Womack, and Mildred Womack. I have some information on them but need to fill in some blanks. I would like to share information with anyone who is also a descendant of these are anyone who may have information on them. I also have my name in the Womack Researchers by Name and the Womack Researchers by Location, and would like to put my new e-mail address on that page. Thanks in advance for any help. Dianne
I have a new host for my web page above - no change in your faves, etc
needed. If you find any errors or dead links, I would appreciate your e mailing
to me at the webmaster e mail address on the page...it is a work in progress,
for the moment, uploading the data, etc for the main page..so, obviously, there
will be some boo-boos hither and yon for awhile--
I moved from a host where I paid about 165 a year to a Brit company where I pay only $62 a year. A substantial savings. Have to put up with a little pop-up on the side; but.......
any way hope to have it all straight shawtly..
Would you please provide a list of the children of Thomas and Louvisa Rice?
Did either Thomas or Louvisa leave a will, a copy of which still exists?
How do the Abner and Abraham Womack listed in Lincoln County, NC of the 1790 Census Index relate to Thomas and Louvisa?
Thank you very much.
Glen, I emailed you what I have on Thomas and Louvisa's children. There is
still plenty that needs sorted out on that line.
I've also added more 1880 Womack census records. I'm going back through and adding notes on those I have in my personal database.
Thanks for the prompt reply to my request for info on the s/d of Thomas and Louvisa. The file was exactly what I was looking for, however, multiple mysteries is an understatement.
Henry Womack of Newton or Jasper county Georgia
Do any one have any information the parents of Henry Womack that was born about 1876 and died on 10 Nov 1956. He was married to Leila (Lela) Duke? She was born about 1877 and died on 28 Oct 1953 in Newton County Georgia. Henry and Leila's children were named Henry Lee, Janie, Mattie, Roscoe, Sam, and Mary Louise. (Sam and Mattie were twins) Mary Louise Womack married Clinton Lonnie Addison. They were my grandparents.
If any one has any information on this family please contact me at dawncohen@yahoo
I'm searching for William Wylie WOMACK,birth unknown, he married (1) Nancy
Newman 10 Jun 1869 in Knott Co., KY. (2) Martha Prudence CLEEK 1 Feb 1892 in
Winchester, Franklin Co., KY. Daughter of John Cleek and Sarah day. She was born
6 Oct 1874 ( I assume TN ). They had six children: Robert Henry,abt 1893,
Charlie Charles 1905 Estille Springs, Franklin Co., TN, Ted Womack (?), Ollie
B., died Winchester, Franklin Co., TN, Irene born March 1910, Franklin Co., TN,
Arthur Clarence died abt 1997 Franklin Co., TN.
Charles father was Willie Wylie Womack mother Martha Prudence Cleek
Three brothers: Robert Henry, Ollie B and Arthur Clarence.
Only Sister: Irene Womack who married a Jack Statum, son of
I was corresponding with a few folks from the TN area, before my hard drive crash'd. They knew of this Irene Womack Statum and Cleek family???
Thanks in advance.
Monday, June 25, 2001 at 23:04:44 (PDT)
I never did get Wylies name from Charles wife when I corresponded with her
in the 70's...that I can use - I do know where the last statement came from
concerning Charles and his brothers, and sister Irene - that came from me as an
extract from Charles' wife's letter-do you remember who you were corresponding with in TN? Someone in the Memphis area has or had a genealogy I never did get to see (this rang a bell for some reason)..
Tuesday, June 26, 2001 at 19:58:51 (PDT)
Teresa Womack Moore
Well here i am again cousins! It has been a while. I was just reading through
the messages. I laughed so hard at the ones about red hair and big ears. I have
red hair as did all of my grandfathers siblings. And the ears are a dead
giveaway. Any way I still am at a brick wall concerning Bratcher Womack and wife
Della Mae Franklin Womack Moorefield. Bratcher supposedly died around 1915 or so
and Della remarried. Anyone having info about him would be so appreciated!Thanks
Hi again! I found out the correct spelling of my great-grandfathers name
today. It is not Bratcher, it is Brecher Womack - wifes name is Della Mae
Franklin. They were from Person County, NC at one time. Maybe this will
help!Thanks again for any info that anyone has.
Saturday, June 30, 2001 at 19:46:53 (PDT)
Hi all. Did some research today in the clover cemetery in Clover, Va. Found
some graves that I didn't know but maybe somebody out there is looking for.
John H. Womack (b.)08-12-1861 (d.)2-23-1926
Bettie E. Womack w/o John H. (b.)2-5-1864 (d.)3-22-1929
Adam V. Womack 1854-1927
Dr. L. S. Womack Jan.1853 - Oct.1925
M. Melvina Womack w/o Dr. L.S. Apr.1855-July-1908
Also would like to know if anyone has any info on a Martha Eliabeth Womack-only date I have is when her daughter Della Hudson was born July 22,1925. Martha was married to Lawrence Tucker Hudson. Would like to know who Martha's Family was.
Teresa Womack Moore