January 2002 Message Archive
I trying to trace my Mom's Womack roots. The oldest person I have is a John E. Womack who was forn in Georgia. He married Nancy Louisa Stone on July 8, 1830 in Putnam co., Georgia. He was known as a contractor or millwright by trade and when he moved to Arkansas he made a good name for himself as a builder (Independence County). Any information would be greatly appreciated.
I guess this is your John E then???
"The present court-house, which stands on block 15, at the corner of Broad and Main Streets, was erected in 1857 by Messrs. J. H. Peel and J. E. Wamac,"
Extract from Goodspeeds History of Independence County...
This is all I have on Putnam County - would like to mention that a Thomas
Womack was the County Clerk in Indepencence county for one or two terms way
back there - probably a relative of the one below and your John --
PUTNAM CO GA
1813 TAX LIST
Capt. David Rosser's District
FINALLY, I have finally been able to find out for sure that my Grandfather was ta grandson of James Thomas Womackof Hardin county Illinois. This makes me a descendent of Thomas Womack & Louvisa Rice. I am interested in trading info with anyone related to this family line. email@example.com
Hello, Happy New Year. This is my first time to post anything, but I've read
the messages before and yall seem like a great big happy family. I have two and
1/2 Womack lines.
1a. William Womack> Richard WomackI> Richard WomackII> Richard WomackIII> Jacob Womack> Martha Wommack m. Robert Bean
1b. William Womack> Ann Womack m. William Puckett> Elizabeth Puckett m. Richard WomackII> ...
2. William Womack> Abraham Womack> Jane Womack m. Henry Pew> Ann Pew m. Abraham Childers> Henry Childers> Nancy Childers m. Richard WomackIII> ....
I'm pretty sure of the first line, but I'm not so sure of the last one.
A few questions-- 1.Who was Abraham's wife? Sarah Worsham/Sumercales 2.Was Jane Womack his daughter? 3.Were Richard WomackII and his wife Elizabeth Puckett really first cousins? 4. Was Richard Womack III really the father of Major Jacob Womack of Watauga, Tenn.? Who was Jacob married to? Sarah Owens/Mary
I appreciate your help. Thanks, Robert
As far as can be determined, Robert III was father of Major Jacob
And neither Sarah nor Mary was the Majors wife - Her name was Martha
last name unknown - some people have Mary Wills or Mary Wills Cole
as his wife - but I beg to differ with them on that point - Mary Wills
(the Cole is from her step father)was the wife of Jacob Womack, a first
cuz once or twice removed from the Major...this jacob is my 4th great
grandpa - Major Jacob had a daughter Martha who married Bean - and is
thought to have a daughter named Sarah and a son William -- those last
two need more research than I have seen --
And, by the way, if you see the DAR entry where his wife was Mary Wills, et al,
laugh at it. It is a joke!!
Anyway for anyone who is interested, I finished an on line survey of National Cemeteries for the surname - came up with quite a few names -- am looking for good links for Confederate Cemeteries so far havent got any clean ones - lots of mish mash but nothing clean -- the link goes thru my main link above.
Click on Womack Wonderings and then scroll down towards the bottom for the link.
Howdy Robert, I'll hop in here along with Sam to muddy things up a bit -
-- 1.Who was Abraham's wife? Sarah Worsham/Sumercales
My answer - no one knows! It's basically unprovable at this point. He seems to have been married and had kids, but as far as I can tell, no document shows his wife's name. The name Sarah Sumercales (scales, etc) - is from a land patent - she was a headright listed there.
--2.Was Jane Womack his daughter?
Now, this is where I get into trouble with people - you get a big no one knows on this one from me as well. I'd have to go actually look it up again in my notes, but as far as I can remember from the top of my head (which has a head cold at the moment, so is a little vague) The Childers line you have is correct as far as I know, back to Abraham Jr at least - he left a will as I recall, Ann Pew Childers Adkins is named as Ann Adkins in her father Henry Pew's will of 1709 - and he names both Childers and Adkins grandkids - so you are ok to there. But as far as I can remember, that's where you have to stop in documents on the Pews. He doesn't name a wife there, as far as I can recall, she isn't named in any deeds or wills. My own personal theory is that you have to leave her as Unknown. I just haven't found any connection back from the Pews to the Womacks. I'm open to any documents showing otherwise, though! I'm happy as a clam to clear that one up if possible. And I have also seen Jane Womack listed as a daughter of William the Immigrant. To which I say BAH!
3.Were Richard WomackII and his wife Elizabeth Puckett really first cousins?
4. Was Richard Womack III really the father of Major Jacob Womack -
yes, Richard III was really the father of Major Jacob. Not to be confused, as Sam so rightly notes, with the other Jacobs.
And welcome to the hunt cuz! My line descends from Major Jacob's brother Abraham - which is where my Womack research is mostly concentrating at the moment, tracing his wives' backgrounds and tracking down some lost kids - a futile task most of the time! If I ever manage to clear that up to some degree of satisfaction, I'll move back another generation.
Came onto the site by curiosity...looking for some answers, even clues to my
ancestory...dont have alot of info to offer at this point : Father James Harlen
Womack born Little Rock Ark. April 1st 1935(???) died January 14th 1997. Sister
Dorothy, brother Sonny. Thanks to anyone that reads me and drops me a line!
Happy New Year! Peace, health and happiness!
Jill, Well, here's a starting point for you - the Social Security
Administration. The SSDI, which is the death index, lists James H. Womack b. Apr
1 1936 d. 14 Jan 1997 - last residence San Bernadino CA, SS number issued in
Arkansas 1951 or 52. SSN was 429-62-5669
Now, you can fill out the SS 5 form and get his original application
should get you a page to print out a request, which will cost ya $27 US
or you can get his birth certificate from Little Rock. Or probably an obituary from San Bernadino. Happy hunting!
Our Womack lineage: William; Abraham Sr.; Thomas Sr.; Abraham; Abner; James; Jefferson Lilburn; Charles Augustus; Francis Walter; Doris Jean. Need more information of Charles Augustus. Is there anyone out there that can help me? Will be glad to share what info I have on these lines. Thank you. Bea King
I am interested in the the name WYMOCK (sic) in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk in
England. Alice WYMOCK married on 29 Apr 1756 at Cowlinge, Suffolk to Joseph BYE.
To date I have been unable to discover where she was from and I think perhaps I
am being frustrated by the spelling. The Cowlinge parish clerks were notorious
for misspelling names, particularly those they were not familiar with.
Is anyone searching WYMOCK or variations in Suffolk or Cambridgeshire?
There, at this time, between 80 and 90 different spellings of the name 'WOMACK' and your Alice just happens to have one of them...I am not sure if she or her family are listed at www.womackonline.co.uk but you are welcome to have a looksee..
I have been trying to find information on the Womack family from the southern Illinois (Harrisburg, Carrier Mills) area. My husband's grandfather, John Womack, was born around 1861, and married Ruth Hawkins in 1901. He died April 23, 1940. They had 5 children. My father-in-law was James Willard Womack, born February 1, 1908, in Illinois, and died April 14, 1988 in Pontiac, Mi. His siblings were, Orville, born August 26, 1903; Beatrice, born November 7, 1905; Oral, born November 11, 1910; and Harold, born February 18, 1913. All siblings are deceased. Any information steering me in the right direction will be appreciated. Thanks, Janet Womack
I am looking for more information on MARK SANDERS WOMACK b.01/01/1796 in
Baldwin, GA. His father is listed to be WILLIAM WOMACK, his mother as MARGARET
MARY ANN ELLIS, his 1st wife as ELIZABETH H. AVENT. I know that I am kin to him
by his daughter MARY LOUISE ELIZABETH WOMACK b.ABT.1836. Her husband JOSEPH
ROBERTSON had a son named JOSEPH MARK ROBERTSON that married LOU ELLA BOX and
the two of them had a daughter named RUBY FLOYCE ROBERTSON that married JOE COOK
and they had a daughter named SARA GAY COOK(still living) which is my mother.
What I am wondering is How am I kin to WILLIAM WOMACK AND WIFE MARY JANE ALLEN?
It gets a little confussed! Please respond and explain, I think somewhere down
the line with all the ABRAHAMS is where i get confussed!
Christie, Well, I have Mark Sanders Womack's parents as William and Mary Ann
Hunt Womack. William died in 1803 in Hancock Co., GA, and his wife remarried to
Matthew Chiles and his father Abraham was appointed guardian of the children.
Mark Sanders Womack married twice Mary Louisa Elizabeth Womack Robertson
apparently is named in his will as a daughter.
Now, back from Mark Sanders - and this is NOT my line, Mark's father was Abraham IV, then Abraham III, then Abraham Jr, then Abraham Sr, then apparently John, then the William immigrant.
Sorry to say I don't have much in the way of documentation on that line, as it really isn't one of mine. Hope that helps, though.
hello i am looking for margo goldschmidt. i studied at wits in joburg with her in 1992.
Working on the earliest Womacks again and need help. I can link Richard I, Abraham, William and Thomas as brothers, mostly through Abe's lawsuits, but I forget how we know John was a brother and can't find it; memory tells me Richard gave John land but I can't find the reference.
David, if memory serves the connection is in trial of John Womack for stealing hogs and apples. I am fairly sure that Thomas had to testify against John, and I'm virtually positive there was something in there about the Grangers being either the victims of the theft or him roping in John Granger by passing along stolen pigs. The EPV papers are on-line at ancestry now, so I'll go see if anything obvious pops up. Ann
Hi,This is Emma Watson!!!!!!!!
I was reading your message you had posted on Wed. 1-2-2002 and noticed that you have Richard Womack II and Elizabeth Puckett Womack as 1st cousin ( they are my 7th great grandparents ). I have that they are double 1st cousins. Don't know if I am right are not, but I have Richard II's Dad and Elizabeth's Mom as brother and sister and Elizabeth's Dad and Richard II's Mom as brother and sister.
Thanks for your help with this. Dianne
Ann and others. I found my reference. But first, yes, Thomas testified in the John hog theft thing, and yes John Granger, married to Richard's widow, was the plaintiff in the hog theft thing, but nothing in those records says John was related to those other Womacks. Today I found in my written notes of reading the FHL microfilm of the Henrico County Court Record book for 1677-93, for p.168, the following: "Richard Womecke of Parish of Bristoll . . . for love and affection . . . to brother John of same . . . 100 ac. on which Richard now lives . . ."; "line of Thos Puckett, Peter Ashbrook . . . Holmes Spring, Spring Slash, Ready branch of Ashen Swamp" Why Valentine didn't abstract this I don't know.
David, most excellent! Thnkas! I knew it was there someplace, I just had it
mentally stored under John's court records. Actually I had fun looking at those
when ancestry put them up recently - I think the first one in there was one I
had forgotten. So and so testifies that he knows nothing about John Womecke
killing sheep. Well, that'll make ya think!
Dianne, yep, they were at first cousins, and most likely were double first cousins. Off hand I couldn't at the time remember which Pucketts that particular Elizabeth had been attributed to - there were 2 different supposed fathers at one point, based on varying evidence. I still can't remember off hand why I seem to recall that William Puckett and another of his brothers have variously been attributed as the father. I'd have to go look - I've had a rough holiday season - what can I say, my brain needs some help on these details! All I'm remembering at this point is that Elizabeth was hauled before the parish council for her lack of educating the kids. Ann
Trying to get in touch with Roger Womack, WGN Webmaster, as I am trying to
my Choctaw Indian heritage. My gggrandmother Rachael Wrizopa "Rispy" Southern,B)1813 in MS. USA D)1870 in Winn Par. LA.
was told to me by my mother to be full blood choctaw, but I don't have the proof
data. She was married to Robert Womack, B)24 Jul 1833 in Simpson Cty, Ms. d)8 July 1865 Winn Par. LA USA Any info will be appreciated! Glad to find such a
wonderful Site for research of my Womack Roots! Ann
Ann, who you need to talk to is Markie Owen
is her webpage - there is a photo of Rispey Southern there.
Robert Womack Jr married Martha Jane Miller, who was 1/2 Choctaw, Robert's sister married James Phaster, who was 1/2 Choctaw, and like Rispey Southern, several of the other wives are possibly Choctaw. Markie was doing the most research on the subject. Ann
Thanks for the reply to my 1-13-2002 question that I asked you about. You are very kind. Thanks again, Dianne
Hi i am kin to MARK SANDERS WOMACK. I was wondering how to put some
information on the website about the famiy? i have seen where his daughter MARY
LOUISE ELIZABETH WOMACK(my gg-grandmother)married a man with the last name
robberts. That is incorrect. She married JOSEPH ROBERTSON b. 1828 in South
Carolina. They had several children: MARGARET b. 1862, JAMES b.1869, JOSEPH MARK
b. Nov. 1871, WILLIAM b. 1854. This information is according to the Yalobusha
Co. Mississippi Federal Census. JOSEPH MARK ROBERTSON married LOU ELLA BOX b.
July 23, 1876 or 1877. They had several children: RUBY FLOYCE ROBERTSON being
one (which is my grandma). RUBY was born Sept. 21, 1910 in Mississippi and died
in Duncanvill, Texas Dallas Co. on Nov. 11, 1988. RUBY married 1st ROBERT WESLEY
WEST and they had 4 children. RUBY then married 2nd JOE COOK ( my grandfather).
JOE COOK b. Sept. 19, 1899 in Mississippi and died June 7, 1960 in Dallas Co.,
Texas. RUBY and JOE had 12 children in which 1 is SARA GAY COOK (my mother and
still living). SARA married DONALD RAY CORIGAN b. Sept. 14, 1944 in Las Angeles,
CA and died July 2, 1987 in Duncanville, Texas Dallas Co. SARA and DONALD RAY
had 3 children: I am one of them CHRISTIE CORIGAN now married to Fitzgerald with
3 children. I would like for someone to please contact me about maybe putting my
information on how i am kin to MARK SANDERS WOMACK on the website!
Sunday, January 20, 2002 at 17:39:58 (PST)
I loaded about 20 pages of surnames and connected to me webber; HOWEVER, you
cannot go beyond the index to the pedigree - if you need info on anyone you
find, YOU must first give me what YOU have on that line - then I will assimilate
and return info to you - name requests without back up will not be honored,
sorry about this. I am in an info exchange not the US information agency!
This action necessary because of unauthorized posting of MY family data to FTM,
Ancestry and other where stupid people give info for sale to others - without charge and is sold by the afore mentioned named.
If, people would stop their, stupidity; these take for nothing and sell back would be a lot more non existent than they are!
Anyone that submits to any of these sites, are stupid and not in my line of thought! And if that shoe fits,and offends, do be it - you earned it!!!
Forwarded me by an old school chum in AR
PINE BLUFF(AR) -- Leda Mae Womack, 90, of 3600 Mobile, Pine Bluff, died Jan. 19, 2002, at Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Pine Bluff. Survived by son, daughter, sister, granddaughter, three great-grandchildren. Graveside service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, at Memorial Park Cemetery by Hale-South Funeral Home
November/December messages have been moved to the archives.
Well, I can't resist this one. Came across a posting on a related name forum referring to Richard III as being descended from Charles Augustus "/2" (sic) brother to "The Duck of Albemarle". Always wondered where my webbed feet came from.
Roger, et. al:
I decided to repost this message in case the New Year brought anyone new to the list. I'm still hunting in for marriage information for Tignal Archer Womack
and Mary E. Moore. Probably in Virginia in the late 1850s. TA later (post-Civil
War) created a whole new family and left Mary with 3 small daughters and thinking she was the widow of a valiant soldier of the Confederacy.
Here's my prior post:
I have pulled this information because I have been searching for Mary E.(Moore) Womack the "widow" of Tignal Archer Womack, son of Richard and Harriet Womack of Carter County, KY. At the time of the 1880 census,Archie/TA and Mary's daughter Jesten (Livonia Jesten Womack) was living in Carter County, KY with Dick and Harriet. She was just 15 and had ridden on horseback from VA to KY to find her grandparents.
TA/Archie had disappeared during the Civil War and was presumed dead (found to have simply begun a new life with another wife & kids in LA and TX).
Do any of you know if the Mary E in this household could be my Mary E. (Moore) Womack? The age is off a little...but she is the only Mary E. I can find in the 1880 Census who looks like a possible match. And, does anyone know the relationship between CW Womack and Dick Womack's family.
I'm thinking that he may have been a nephew or a close cousin. It seems like 15 yr old Jessie wouldn't have ridden from VA to KY alone...Could another Womack have escorted her?
I'd appreciate any insights. Below is the 1880 Census info Roger posted on this site (Thanks Roger!)
Census Place: Danville, Pittsylvania, Virginia
Source: FHL Film 1255385 National Archives Film T9-1385 Page 535A
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
C. W. WOMACK Self M M W 27 VA (Who is this? What does "C.W." stand for?)
Occ: Lumber Merchant Fa: VA Mo: VA
Mary E. WOMACK Other F M W 33 VA (My Mary? Tignal Archer Womack's "widow"?)
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Bellie WOMACK Dau F S W 12 VA
Occ: At School Fa: VA Mo: VA
Sedan WOMACK Son M S W 8 VA
Occ: At School Fa: VA Mo: VA
Maud WOMACK Dau F S W 5 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA
Mary WOMACK Dau F S W 3 VA
Now we know why no ships lists or immigration papers - I always thought they got here on an innertube or something!!
Ah the sweet smell of genealogy in bloom!!!
You bet it is Sam , I thought you knew what the prefix for an internet address stood for!! The WONDERFUL WOMACK WORLD okie dokie?
The marriages filed in Henrico Co., VA... Record Office from... July 2, 1785 to May 18, 1791... by a Reverand John Buchanan and a Reverand Benjamin Blagrove.
May 04, 1787 it lists a... WOMACK, Abraham and JOLLEY, Susan.
Maybe some one is looking for this information.
I am looking for information on Robert Nolan Womack who lived in Texas
(Brownwood and Mart area) around the last of the 1800s and maybe into the 1900s.
He married an Ida Allan Reynolds in 1887 in Freestone County. He and Ida had
eight children, including my grandfather, John Aubrey - who was born in 1898 in
Mart, Texas. Our part of the family is now located in Oregon and has lost touch
with all of grandpa's relation. My list from grandpa indicates his siblings were
named Pauline (born 8/1888), Reynolds Nolan (born 11/1889), Jacob Millage, Tommy
Roe, Evely, Robert Leland, Wilma Jewell (last known to be in the San Francisco
area of California) and Edwin Lewis.
Robert apparently had three sisteres that grandpa knew of - Mattie Stephens, Cornelius Harris, and Sally Arvin (who had a daughter Kate?).
I believe that his mother remarried a man named Young after Robert died in Brownwood. Grandpa said she moved to Arizona with Mr. Young (last address I found in an old address book indicates probably Mesa, Arizona).
Can anyone be of help?
Lorrie Womack Schaefer
Well yes, mebbe, I thought was Wacky Womack World tho!
Sam. Right. To save you (and others) the trouble, I should alert you that I am already researching the surnames Mallard, Coot/Coote, Drake, and Donald.
I am looking for Linda Womack,daughter of Oscar Womack.Oscar is my fathers brother,his name was Oather Benjamin Womack born in Rome Georgia.Would really like to know where she is and how she is doing
MRS. JOHN WAMMACK
Mrs. Mary Etta Wammack, age 80, member of a well known Tippah Co., MS family passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dan Carter, on Dec. 25th, 1949. The funeral service was held at the Jacobs Chapel Methodist Church, of which she was a member.
She was a daughter of the late Steve Childers and Mrs. Linnie Griffin Childers, and was a widow of the late John Wammack.
Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Dan Carter, Mrs. Ike Carter, Mrs. Walter Smith, and Mrs. Ernest Sparks, all of Tippah Co.,MS; also two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Clark, and Mrs. Ed Austin, of OK; four brothers, E.L. Childers, John Childers, Obie Childers, all of Tippah Co., MS, and Dr. Joe Childers, of OK.
R.L. Nance & Co. had charge of funeral arrangements.
Well i am still searching for Tee's Fater. Patience is a virtue lol. Hoever i
cam across some new info.
here is wot i know so far as stated by the web master(ooo that sounds so official eh? heehee) Michael Todd Womach was born in 1963 I found later in IL(hope this could help alittle thats why i am posting again) His Father Was Clifford Eugene Womack. Looking at the tree right now i see many Womacks with themiddle name Eugene I just a interesting tid bit. Fromwhat i ahve found out I believe Michael was italian or atleast had some italian blood in him.
Thanks for any infoyou guys can provide
Womacks in McMinn County, Tennesse. My grandmother was Arncie Ann Womack
(1907-1971. Her siblings were Isom J. (1913-1987), Elbert Timothy (1919-1988)
Arncie Ann's father was Lewis Womack (1884-1955) He was married to Mary Underwood (1886-1957).
Lewis Womack's father was James T. Womack. He was married to unknown and had 10 living children. Among them were:
Lewis, Mary(b.1881), daughter(name unreadable on census)b. 1888),Lisgin (b.1889), Tim (b.1891), Florence(b. 1892).
The information that I have thus far collected comes from the 1910 McMinn County Census, The Upper Spring Creek cemetery roster, and a dear aunt, Betty Helms. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
Southern Sentinel Newspaper, Ripley, Tippah Co., Mississippi
Obit for Cal Wammack, Dead (1917)
Mr. W.C. Wammack, familiarly known in this county as "Uncle Cal" died at his home last Friday afternoon. It seems tht he was unwell at the noon hour and after starting back to his work returned to the house and lay down across the bed. His wife thought he was asleep and did not bother him until late in the afternoon. When she called him he made no response, and upon examination she found that he was dead. Just how long it had been since he breathed the last could not be told. His remains were interred Saturday afternoon at Jacob's Chapel. Mr. Wammack had lived to the ripe old age of about 80 years. He had been married three times and had the unique distinction of having married three sisters. He raised a large family of children and always provided well for them. He was uneducated but a man of good common sense and judgment and one of the hardest workers this county has ever had. By sheer force of hard work and wise investment he accumulated quite a good deal of property and money. He was thoroughly honest and helped many poor people who were unable to get help elsewhere. He had many friends and all deeply regret his death. He will be much missed around Ripley, where his weekly visits have been made for more than fifty years, and even more in the community where he lived. The Sentinel (newspaper) deeply sympathizes with his loved ones in their great loss.
Book 7 page 402
Tippah Co., MS
W.C. Wammack to Mrs. Nancy Whitten January 9, 1901.
Married by Jno. Guyton.
(Her maiden was Allen and she was one of three sisters who married William Calvin Wammack! She was his third and final wife.)
Civil War records for William C. Wommack
Co. F 2nd Mississippi Infantry
Roll Dated Camp Barton, VA April 7, 1862, mustered in March 1, 1862
height 6 feet 3 inches
Born-Hardeman Co., TN
married? (could be a "W"???)
enlisted March 8, 1862 in Ripley MS by Capt. H.H. Powers
period 3 years
Bounty due $50.00
paid by W.C. Falkner
July to Aug. 1862-present
Sept. to Oct. 1862-present
Nov. to Dec. 1862-absent-left at Richmond as baggage guard Dec. 13, 1862
Mar. to Apr. 1863-present
May to June 1863-present
July to Aug. 1863-present
Sept. 16, 1863 attached to hospital-with erysipelas-Womack is improving.
Sept. to Oct. 1863-present
Nov. to Dec. 1863-present
Jan. to Feb. 1864-present
Mar. to Apr. 1864-present
May to June 1864-present
July to Aug. 1864-present
Sept. to Oct. 1864-present
Nov. to Dec. 1864-present
Jan. to Feb. 1865-absent-without cause since Feb. 26, 1865
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
Town of Clarysville
Full name W. Calvin Wammack
white, male, married
father's name-David Wammack
date of death Feb. 23, 1917
cause of death-he died suddenly-nophysician
buried-Clark Cemetery Feb. 24, 1917
undertaker-L.A. Dunham, Ripley
address-Blumoton (Blue Mountain?), Mississippi
Filed May 17, 1917
1870 Tippah Co., MS census
Range 4 township 5
WAMMACK W.C. age 32, male, farmer born TN
Ellen age 24, female
James W. age 10, male
John D. age 6, male
Alice C. age 4, female
G.L. age 1 month
Louisa, age 22, female, housekeeper
STEWARD James, age 16, male, works on farm
Made the 22nd of March, 1900 between W.C. Wammack of the first part, and Laura Lee Welch of the second part...for natural love and affection I have for my daughter and the sum of $50.00 to him in hand paid...SE quarter and the south half of the NE quarter all in section 31 township 4 of range 4 east.
State of Mississippi Tippah County
To any minister of the gospel, judge of the state of Mississippi, judge justice of the peace or any officer of said county authorized to celebrate marriage greeting you are hereby licensed to celebrate the rites of matrimony between W.C. Wammack and Ellen Allen and you will return into the probate court of said county a certificate of the solemization there
Witness W.W. Robinson, clerk of said court and the seal thereunto annexed the 17th day of May 1865
W.W. Robinson, clerk
In virtue of the above license the rites of matrimony between W.C. Wammack and Ellen Allen were celebrated by me the 18th day of May 1865.
H. Pernell? minister of the gospel
Truly recorded the 17th day of Jan. 1866
W.W. Robinson, clerk
Looking for a William Clinton Womack born abt 1866, Meigs/McMinn Co TN, last heard of in about mid 1880's in TX -- parents Samuel M and Mary Jane Norman Womack -(yes with the natural K ending!). Poss he may have been in the area of Dallas/Ft Worth or a place called Johnson Station with his Uncle Lafayette "fate" Norman. Any lead appreciated.
I know very little about my family, maybe you can help me, I hope. I would
sure like to know something about the people I came from. This is all I know----
Fransis Allen Womack--(Frank, or F.A.)15 March 1898--Colorado City, Texas
His brothers were--John, Charles, Chester, Will, Lee, Lon.
His sisters--Cora, and Rose.
His Father--Nathan Womack-- (never knew his mother's name.)
My father died in Odessa, Texas in 1984-
My mother name was--Larua Lee(Hester)Womack
My brother's names--Holbert Zane, Ossie Raymond, Charles Allen
My name is--Dick Low Womack--retired 22 years US Army--
This is all we know about our family, but would like to know more, if someone could help , we send our Thanks, Dick L. Womack
I have just came across the Womack genealogy. My father (Owen Womach) died in 1960 in Spokane, WA. His parents both died when he was just a child. He knew nothing about his parents. He had one brother, Earl, and two sisters, Matilda and Eunice. I never expected to learn anything about my ancestors. This really excites me so if anyone has any information about this will you please let me know. Thank you, Lois
In 1791 in Chesterfield County, Virginia, LABAN COLEMAN married
Elizabeth WOMACK. These are my ancestors. Any information will be
appreciated. Parke C. Bogle
Can someone PLEASE help me find out where i can get or buy a copy of BOOK
that talks about MARK SANDERS WOMACK b. Jan. 1796 or Jan. 1799 in Baldwin GA.
and died June 5 or 25 of 1869 or 1870? I have seen the birthday and death day on
I have a new e-mail address. It is: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am going to post this and am going to name a few names and they fit for all
Dedicated: "To those of us who search the dust for ashes of those gone by, may we always find a trail in the sand that leads to a secluded haven our ancestors found and revered." (By Sam--April 3, 2000)
Now that goes out to Connie, Roger, Ray, Mark, David, Anne and a new one Susan -and a few others who jump in unselfishly now an then -- Beth, Jack, Darren, Jan
Thanks to you all, you are the ones that make WGN what it has been and what it is today.....I salute you all!!!
Thursday, January 31, 2002 at 21:52:53 (PST)
David Wayne Womack
Does anyone have any information on this individual? He was my Grandfather. I
am finding it difficut to trace my father's side of my family.
Granville Curtis WOMACK, b. June 24, 1912 d. August 27, 1966.
Married ??? to Vada Christine Swindell
They lived in and around Fannin County Texas most of their lives. I am hoping to get a name for my grandfather's father and to link up to some of this great information out there.
According to my father (Billy Joe), my grandfather legally changed his name to "Grant", but I have no proof of that.