February 2002 Message Archive
Saturday, February 02, 2002 at 14:59:57 (PST)
Jack F Womack

Your line goes back to Thomas 1743 and Louvisa Rice Womack like this.
Abner 1769 and martha Drucilla Byars Womack ( Abner is the younger brother of William my 3rd great grandfather)
Nathan 1795 and Louvicia Womack
John B. 1829 and Julia Ann Woodruff
Nathan Turner 1859 and Ellen Elizabeth Wingo Womack ( your missing grandmother)
Francis Allen 1859 and Laura Lee Hester Womack
I have more branches of this family in my database


Monday, February 04, 2002 at 06:35:51 (PST)
Janice Womack

I have just recently found this page. I am trying to find any information on my father-in-law's ancestors. This is all he can remember - his father's name was Charles Edward Womack, he was born in Aug. 11, 1885 or 1886. He was born in either Jackson County, Alabama or Texas. His father's name was Jesse (?) Womack who moved to Jackson County in the 1880s (?) from Texas. His wife's name may have been Tennie. They called the place they moved from Sand Valley.
Any information would be appreciated.


Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 15:10:55 (PST)
David Wayne Womack

Searching on e-bay and came across this: Someone is selling 65 family group sheets of with the Womack name for 25 dollars. The have one example for William Womack b. 1753. I would think that all f this information is already available from other sources but if you are interested the url is:


David W. Womack


Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 19:12:28 (PST)

Thanks for the post on the group sheets but you can go here and get them for


Wednesday, February 06, 2002 at 17:33:26 (PST)
Helen Horn

1850 Census Tallaposa, Co. Alabama lists:
Sarah Womack age 80 b SC. part of the household of Thomas Knight family.
Thomas Knight b ca 1796 Lancaster Co.,SC., wife Rebecca b ca 1795/7 SC, d bef 1860, Ark., prob Camden Co. Sarah Womack said to be Rebecca's mother.
Does anyone have other information for this Sarah Womack?
Thanks very much.

Saturday, February 09, 2002 at 20:33:01 (PST)

Looking for Francis Marion "Frank" Womack (no dates), married Malinda Kennedy (no dates); they had two chldren (that I know of): Emily womack born 1816, and a son John Abner Womack; Emily Womack married Edward James Vin Zant; Emily is 4th-great-grandmother.
Also looking to verify John Madison "Buck" Womack (died 8 NOv 1955) married Pleasant Elizabeth Meridith (1864-1910); he is son of Abner Womack and Sarah Watson; I believe Abner is Abner John Womack born in MS and died 1869; believe Sarah is from LA; John Madison "Buck" and Pleasant Elizabeth Meridith Womack are gr-great Aunt & Uncle;they had 10 children: Eugene, Abe, Lonnie, Cortney, William G, Laucks, Noah, John G., Roenna, Pearl. LOOKING FOR CONFIRMATION that I have the right families & MORE!


Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 08:45:23 (PST)

Thought some of you might get a kick out of this if you havent see already - also please note new e mail addy.

A list of the mens names belonging to Maj. Jones Battalion of Militia who have
deserted, Distinguishing those who carried off their arms from those who did not, also those who deserted from their post. Cabin Point Feby. 23 1781
William Warmack

Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 16:50:05 (PST)
Tom Hill


Thanks ever so much for the heads up!!!


Frank Womack, son of Lt. Jesse Womack by his second wife, Phoebe, appears to have been born in 1791 in Georgia. He probably came to Washington Co, Miss. Terr. with his father and mother between 1802-1805 with half-brother, John "Jack", and brothers, William, Richard Mansel, and Jesse, Jr. Frank and Malinda Kennedy Womack had four children, Emily (1816), John Abner (Dec 15, 1820), Jesse (1824) and Exer Love (1827). Frank married 2nd Anna "Anney" Thornton in 1829 and raised a second family. John Abner married Mary Elizabeth Bowling Boykin at her home in Smith Co MS and raised four children in Smith Co, Robert Mansel (for whom my father is named), Francis Marion, Mary Cordenia (my GGmother), John Alexander Boykin, Jesse Lee, and William Fletcher. In 1879 he moved his family West to Bosque Co TX by wagon train and later settled in Wise Co TX near his brother, Jesse who had married Elizabeth Boykin's sister, Rachel.
Mary Cordenia and Joseph Martin Hill took my one year old grandfather, Luther Hill, Sr. with them to TX, but returned to Smith Co MS in 1881. Elizabeth, John Alexander, and William died in the measles epidemic of 1884. John Abner died in Jackson Co TX in 1895. Email me for follow-up.

Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 19:23:24 (PST)
Ronald W. Womack

I saw your query related to Francis Marion Womack and was going to answer, but Tom answered first. I am descended from Jesse, the son of Francis Marion that Tom mentioned in his answer. If you would like his descendants let me know and I will be glad to furnish.


Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 17:41:46 (PST)
Thelma Daugherty

My ancestor was Susan Womacx/Womack who married Daniel Hall in Hardin Co, Ky. 11-15-1839 Surety--Thomas Womacx/Womack, girl's father, who consented. Man of age. Susan was born1812 in either S.C. or N.C., (I have seen it both ways.) Thomas Womack does not appear in Ky. census that I can find. Does anyone have any information on this Thomas Womack? No other Womacks found in vicinity of Hardin Co, Ky. that I have been able to locate. I would greatly apprectiate anyone's opinion or help on this. Thanks and please e-mail ---GDaughe348@aol.com

Monday, February 11, 2002 at 14:17:44 (PST)
ron womack

check out www.ronwomack.com


Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 18:41:30 (PST)
Dale W Daley

Does anybody have information regarding Fanny Womack who married David Elijah Weaver? I think there is a very strong possibility that she is related to my Larkin Womack. Fanny Basye married Larkin Womack after her first husband, Jonas Quick, died. All of this was around St Louis, MO ca 1810. Jonas Quick had a sister, Susannah Quick, who married Vincent Carrico. James Q Carrico, Vincent's son, married Maltida Weaver, the daughter of David Elijah Weaver and Fanny Womack. Several of the names of David and Fanny Weaver's children are the same as my Larkin Womack and Fanny Basye’s children (i.e. Matilda, Larkin, and Mary). My Larkin Womack was born ca 1785 and I've seen Fanny Womack as born ca 1780 so I think they may have been siblings, given their ages and both having a connection to the Quick family.


Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 19:18:31 (PST)


CHARLES ALFORD WOMACK JR., age 18, of Sherwood (AR) died Saturday, February 9, 2002. He loved music and liked to build things. Survivors are parents, Elizabeth Womack and Charles Dumas; six brothers, Michael, Eric, Clint, David, Charles Jr., and Adam; seven sisters, Rosie, Tammy, Ashley, Tangie, Charlene, Diane and Candi; aunt, Katherine Womack and many many other aunts and uncles; several nieces and nephews and a host of friends. Funeral services l0 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16 at Roller-Owens Funeral Home Chapel (791-7400) with Rev. James Dumas officiating. Interment in Rest Hills Memorial Park. Visitation 6-8 p.m., Friday.

Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 19:31:48 (PST)
Lynne Evans

In researching my Pope line of Fayette County, Illinois, I have come across a Womack connection that I can't find very much on. If anyone could fill in the gaps I would greatly appreciate it.

1850 Shelby County, Illinois census
T??? Womack age 31 born TN
Elizabeth (Harmon?) age 30 born KY
Lucy 15 born Illinois, Hannah 9 born Indiana, Huston age 8 born Indiana, and William age 5, born Illinois.
Can't find this family on the 1860 census in Illinois.

William Womack marries Sarah E. ____________ in 1866. They are on the 1900 census in Hurricane Township, Fayette County, Illlinois. 2 children at home--George E. (December 1871) and Frank A. (May 1873). They had one other child, Alice, who married George Carter October 7, 1886 in Fayette County, Illinois.

Alice Womack Carter appears to have died prior to 1900 because both her daughters are living with the Womack grandparents on the 1900 census. These daughters are Grace G. Carter (October 1887) and Betrice C. Carter (September 1889).

Grace Carter marries William C. Pope in 1909 probably in Fayette County, Illinois. William and Grace are on the 1910 census in Hurricane Township, Fayette County with their daughter Ruth.


Friday, February 15, 2002 at 15:18:09 (PST)
Bonnie L Womack

On February 4, 2002, Lee Womack, son of Paul Wesley Womack and grandson of William Wesley Womack was found dead in his home in Moline, Illinois. I thought I would post this so any of you who are working with the John Wesley David Womack line could add it into your information. The exact date of Lee's death is not exact. They believe he actually died on the 1st of February and was not found until the 4th.


Friday, February 15, 2002 at 15:34:40 (PST)
Bonnie L Womack

Correction to previous posting. They have listed Lee's date of death as February 4, 2002. His ashes were to be buried in East Moline, Illinois.


Friday, February 15, 2002 at 23:31:37 (PST)
barbara davis

in search of info and relatives of a nancy harris womack b:may, 1830d;july 18, 1918 in wilson co, tn. married robert davis on jan 29, 1849 in white co, tn. ch;william culverson, sarah elizabeth, hezikiak, jerimiah, malinda caroline, thomas, john w. buried in wilson co, tn. would love to find any family and pics! barbara


Sunday, February 17, 2002 at 08:07:39 (PST)
Jack Womack

Subject: Birthday Info on-Line

The IRS has issued an advisory about a website being used by criminals to steal idenities. The advisory was recently read at Milwaukee Police Roll Calls.

It concerns a website named www.anybirthday.com < > . This website lists millions of birthdays, and additional identifying information. I ran a quick check and discovered that I am listed on the website.
I think it is likely that you and your family might be there as well.
The good news is that you can remove yourself from the website. To do so, go to the website and see if you are listed. If you are, and you want out, click on the "FAQ" button, then the " Privacy Statement" button and finally the "opt out option" button. You will need to enter your information EXACTLY as it appears on the record you pulled up, and then click the "remove my record" button. It may take a few minutes, but this will remove your record from the database.

I am sending this to all on my mailing list, and I strongly urge you to do the same. Just copy and paste this in a new mail.

Sunday, February 17, 2002 at 18:33:29 (PST)
Wayne Langston

I am researching Thomas William Womack b. 1705 Va. who married Mary Elizabeth Farley. I am interested in contacting descendants from this family. Any help appreciated.


Monday, February 18, 2002 at 12:45:48 (PST)

Thanks for the heads up.
Now one for you and the rest also. When I went to the page to check it out,
that dang thang pinged my puter trying to get in - luckily I had installed a firewall a few days ago - if any one wants the freebie one it is at


You can also purchase a more sophisticated version - this freebie also lets you know when them hidden files try to access the web - previously I didnt know that MS had a program hidden that accesses the web and feeds info from my puter to MS - now I can stop it and any other so far - it wont even let me sign on to outlook express to check mail till it gives me an alert -- I did get another program from them that allows me to ping the person back and see what city they are in -- amazing how these things cross continents and end up on (well almost) on ones PC!!


Monday, February 18, 2002 at 16:23:42 (PST)
Bonnie L Womack

Can anyone tell me anything about the Womack's who own Lake Womack Nursery in Tennesse?


Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 12:01:53 (PST)
Paul N. Womack

In reading the inventory appraisal done 18 Oct 1828 for the estate sale of David Womack 23 Oct 1828 I find several listings for "Do & Do". In the estate sale, I find Do & Do's selling from 56&1/4 cents to $1.25. Come on antiquers help me out here, what's a Do & Do? Is this just another term for "thingamajig" or "watchamacallit" ?


Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 15:57:51 (PST)
LaDawn Garland

Hello Womack Researchers,

We are still trying to find the Womack family that our Nancy Womack belongs with.
Nancy Womack was born in Mississippi abt 1825. (according to her tombstone her birtdate is April 19, 1823, but all census records put her birth at around 1825). In census records she states that both of her parents were born in Georgia.
Nancy married Malachi Trafton/Grafton in Copiah County MS, on Feb. 23, 1841. The family appears on the 1850 census for Copiah County
28 325 325. Trafton Malachi 34 M Farmer P.L. SC
29 325 325. Trafton Nancy 24 F Mi
30 325 325. Trafton Edward 8 M Mi
31 325 325. Trafton Henry 7 M Mi
32 325 325. Trafton Mary 5 F Mi
33 325 325. Trafton Elisha 3 M Mi
34 325 325. Trafton Robert 2 M Mi
35 325 325. Trafton Emily 6/12 F Mi
36 325 325 Womack Thadeus 12 M Mi

Not sure who this Thadeus/Thaduce Womack is but perhaps he is a younger brother.
Also living next door (and traveled to Texas together) was Emilie Womack who married Joel Moss on Jan. 11, 1849 in Copiah County. (perhaps Emilie was a sister of Nancy and Thadeus)
1850 census Copiah Co.
25 324 324 Moss Joel W 23 M Farmer 150 Mi
26 324 324 Moss Emily 20 F Mi
27 324 324 Moss Elizabeth 1 F Mi

The family arrived in Hill County, Texas by 1860.
Not far from bordering Bosque County where Abner Pryor Womack settled.

In the 1860 census for Hill Co, Tx are:
177/164 Malichi Trafton/45/m/stockraiser/ personal Estate value 1600/SC
Benj E./18/m/stockraiser/MS
Mary E/12/f/MS
Roberts A./11/m/MS
Sarah G.?/f/9/ MS
Jas S./m/8/TX

178/165 Thaduce? Womack/23/m/stockraiser/ Personal Estate value 358/MS
John M./1/m/ TX

Also showing up on the Hill Co census are
T. G. Womack
David Womack

By 1870 the family has moved to Gonzales County Tx
In 1860 the following Womacks appear in Gonzales County
Womack, E D
Womack W.M
(perhaps some relation)

Would love to hear from anyone who might have a clue as to what family we are looking for.

Bosque Co, Tx


Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 16:11:38 (PST)
Ann McDonald

Paul, do is short for ditto. In other words, you have a column of stuff
2 pigs 2pounds, 6 shillings to Pete Womack
do & do
so, Pete got 4 pigs for 4pounds 12 shillings.
Presumably the estate had lots of something - like pigs
so there were lots of "do"s.


Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 17:35:42 (PST)
Connie Baumann

Teresa Knight, please contact me if you still need info on James T. Womack. James Thomas Womackwas married to Martha Jane Gee.

Marriage Index: Tennessee, 1851-1900

Womack, James Spouse : Gee, Martha
Marriage date : Jun 26, 1869
County : McMinn
Gender : Male

Source : County Court Records
Microfilm Number : 0830182 - 0830185 & 1012119


Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 04:04:47 (PST)

Post Office Dept. Richmond, VA. Febuary 03/1863 Appointment as Postmaster, one of several men... Joel W. Womack-- Farmville, Prince Edward Co., VA

April 11, 1814-- War Department.. Appointment in the Army of the USA--J. Armstrong....Jesse Womack of GA. To be Ensign in the 8th.


Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 05:20:32 (PST)

Wedneday, February 6, 2002.
MOLINE- Memorial services for Lee Allen Womack, 63 Moline, Illinois, will be 1 p.m. at Van Hoe Funeral Home Ltd., East Moline. A memorial visitation will be 11 a.m. until service time.Per his wishes, his body will be cremated.
Lee died Monday, Feb. 4, 2002 at his home. Lee owned Lee Womack Insurance Agency since 1980. Before that, he was a president of Mr. Quick Restaurants of which he owned several in the Midwest.He also owned area Porkies Restaurants. Before working for Mr. Quick, he sold insurance for his parents insurance agency.His first love was teaching. He taught at Central Junior High for eight years.
Lee was born in Danville, Ill., on June 11,1938, to Paul and Eileen(Kagy) Womack. He married Peggy Jean "Peg" Willhite on Nov.26,1959, in Milan, Ill.
Lee was a member of Pheasants Forever and National Rifle Association.
He had a deep love of his family and friends. He will be greatly missed.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Arrowhead Ranch or The Special Education Class at Woodrow Wilson Middle School, Moline.
He is survived by his wife, Peg: sons and daughter-in-law, Scott and Caroline Womack, Palatine, Ill., and Steven Womack, Las Vegas; grandsons, Benjamin and Ryan, Palatine; his mother; Veronica Womack of Arkansas; brothers and sisters-in-law,Paul(Diane)Womack, of Arkansas, Jim(Jan) Womack of Illinois, Earl(Sandy)Womack, of Florida,Richard Womack, of Arkansas, and Jeff(Sherri) Womack, Davenport; Mother-in-law and father-in-law, Dorothy and John Willhite; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Berk(Kathy) Willhite; sister-in-law,
Kathie Womack; Several nieces and nephews; and a host of friends.
He was preceded in death by his mother, father, grandparents and an infant brother.


Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 11:32:25 (PST)
Keith Womack

I want to find where the Womack family really comes from but I can't seem to find it. can anyone help me?


Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 13:45:23 (PST)
Paul N. Womack

Keith; Probably as many answers to your question as there are Womacks. But....in his book "THE DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS AND LOUVISA RICE WOMACK" by Oscar B. Womack in 1970, on page 8 says: "The generally accepted origin of the name seems to mean Hollow Oak, possibly from a residence thereby. In Old English wamb - womb means hollow, cavity; plus ac - oc meaning oak. The name appears to have evolved in England thusly: Wombac, Womboc, Wombok, Womok, Womock, Womack."


Friday, February 22, 2002 at 06:11:53 (PST)
Denine Rough

Sons of the Pioneers !. I can't believe its only been about 6 months that I decided to look into my grandfather Raymond Vincent Woods genealogy. Up to that date, all I had was his orbit. I knew he had an Aunt Maud, and twin brothers Floyd and Lloyd. I knew Maud lived in Canada because my mother (since passed) had always written to her. I posted a query and like everyone else, I was contacted by Roger Womack. I also posted in British Columbia, Canada and about the same time recieved a reply from Lloyd Woods. To my amazement he is my mothers first cousin. I have since learned my grandfathers parentage which of course includes the Womack line. I know I am going about this wrong, but this is my brick wall. I am at a loss as how to go about this so here goes!!
My grandfather "DID" play with the sons of the pioneers. Here is the catch. I contacted their site (maybe there is another one) and the fella e-mailed me and said my grandfather couldn't have played with them. I have a photo of a Bass Fiddle made of flowers at his funeral that is from the sons of the pioneers. His orbit, mentions him playing with them, and T.Texas Tayler (who I never heard of). I contacted my living Uncle in Washington State, and he informed me that my grandfathers last wife did have documantation to the fact. Her name was Nora, and they adopted a daughter named Mary Lou who later bacame an Anderson. He died in 1971 in Spokane, Washington. My problem, is does anyone know how I would go about finding her? My biggest wish is that she would still have her mothers papers and it would be among them. But first I have to find her. This is all I know about her. Oh one little note, my Uncle said that the reason they (the sons of the pioneers) wouldn't have him listed as a player was when they became famous, and started into movies and such, they wanted a player who could read sheet music and my grandfather couldn't so they let him go. If anyone out there would know what I could do to find out any information on this I would appreciate it. Thankyou, Denine Rough


Friday, February 22, 2002 at 07:47:26 (PST)
Bob Reese

For Lynne Evans: I think your T??? Womack from the 1850 Shelby Co., IL census may be Thomas Townsend Womack. He may have had a sister Eliza Josephine Womack who married Joseph Henry Baker 8/21/1834 in Shelby Co. I think the Bakers moved to Dent Co., MO after 1860. My gg-grandfather Levi Womack, who fits somewhere in the puzzle - possibly a cousin, married Joseph Baker's sister Polly Ann in Shelby Co. in 1834, but had moved to MO prio to 1840. Polly Ann returned to IL after Levi's death in 1848.


Friday, February 22, 2002 at 11:17:41 (PST)
Jack Womack

Hey Sam,
If you think the anybirthday.com site was gathering info from your computer check this out. Microsoft has been caught with its hands in the cookie jar--again. This time, a noted computer security expert warned that the company's Windows Media Player software is, unbeknownst to users, exchanging information through the Internet with Microsoft's Windowsmedia.com Web site. Microsoft responded immediately by updating its privacy policy. This isn't the first time Microsoft was caught sneaking information out of users' systems. In March 1999, Microsoft acknowledged that a feature in its Windows 98 operating system could be used to collect information on authors of electronic documents without their knowledge and later fixed the problem. Privacy advocates such as the Electronic Privacy Information Center are warning that Microsoft's Passport and .Net My Services technologies will take this practice to a new level and have asked the government to take action.
Ain't nuttin private anymore!!!


Friday, February 22, 2002 at 11:57:48 (PST)
J. Case

Does anyone know anything about WILLIAM BRYAN WOMACK, b. abt 1900, d. abt 1954, family history around Carterville, Cass co, TX. married Florence? I found a William Womack b. 29 Apr 1899, d. Jan 1954 in ssdi, but not enough info to help me look further. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.


Friday, February 22, 2002 at 17:03:39 (PST)

Jack and all
MS has a program called MQMGR or somethinglike that that does jest what you say and it is still active -- it is loadq.exe or something like that on your drive -also there is one called rpcss.exe that is a bummer too - that Zone Alert wont let them sign on unless I let it so suggest downloading that freebie and play it safe - it also puts a firewall out and stops hackers --

Friday, February 22, 2002 at 18:25:52 (PST)
LaDawn Garland

Thought someone might find these useful

1860 census Hill County, TX

taken June 27, 1860
90/85 David Wamack/60/m/farmer/2500/8399/TX
L.V./8/f/MS/attended school within the year

taken July 19, 1860
444/382 T.G. Wamack/28/m/physician/ personal estate 2000/MS

taken June 23, 2880
275/282 Wamack Monroe/B/m/50/married/farm laborer/NC/NC/NC

Friday, February 22, 2002 at 19:40:32 (PST)
Bob Reese

For anyone working on Illinois family ties the State Archives has a Website that lists statewide marriages through 1900, military rosters of IL units from the War of 1812 through the Civil War, land sale records for the 1800s, as well as a list of other records that are available at various sites around the state. The info is easy to access. Try: www.sos.state.il.us/departments/archives/databases.html


Friday, February 22, 2002 at 20:15:39 (PST)
Roger Womack

I’ve always had a hunch your Nancy descends from David and Mildred Pryor’s line but have never been able to prove where she belongs.

1860 census Hill County, TX

taken June 27, 1860
90/85 David Wamack/60/m/farmer/2500/8399/TX Son of Richard Mansel son of David sp Mildred Pryor
Emeld???Wamack/50/f/LA Mildred Womack dau of David Womack, Jr. son of David sp Mildred Pryor
M.G./23/m/farmer/MS (Mansel Green Womack)
G.B./19/m/farmer/MS (Ira Byrd)
S.E./16/f/MS (Sarah Elkizabeth)
M.C./14/f/MS (Mary Caroline)
V.M./12/f/MS (Vasti Missouri)
L.V./8/f/MS/attended school within the year (Laura Virginia)

David born 8may1800 above had a brother Richard Mansel, Jr. born 1797 who was born in GA, married Emily Thames in 1840, seems he could have had another family before because he was 43 when he married Emily, but I don’t have anything on a earlier marriage but some of his children were born in Mississippi. According to the 1880 census Nancy’s parents were born in GA. I don’t know if Richard Mansel, Jr., is the one but I think this line is where we are going to find Nancy’s parents. I would be glad to send you what I have on this line if you want, there may be some clues in there. David on the census also had a son named John Crossley Womack born 1827 not on the census above whose descendant is James Garner the actor.
1880 Census, Place: Bexar, Texas
Source: FHL Film 1255291 National Archives Film T9-1291 Page 223C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Maliki TRAFTON Self M M W 66 SC
Occ: Farmer Fa: MA Mo: SC
Nancy TRAFTON Wife F M W 54 MS
Occ: Keeping House Fa: GA Mo: GA

Friday, February 22, 2002 at 20:22:42 (PST)
Roger Womack

taken July 19, 1860
444/382 T.G. Wamack/28/m/physician/ personal estate 2000/MS

I think this is Dr. Thomas Jefferson Womack born 1832 another son of David that is not on that census.

Friday, February 22, 2002 at 20:45:51 (PST)
LaDawn Garland

Thanks Roger,

This is the line I keep being drawn too. Maybe something will turn up somewhere. I'd love to have the info on Richard Mansel Jr who knows there be a clue or two in there somewhere.

thanks again


Saturday, February 23, 2002 at 10:06:24 (PST)
LaDawn Garland

Womack census info from Bosque Co., Tx

Bosque County, TX 1870 Census
Taken July 5th, 1870

Wamic/Carol/36(poss 26)/M/W/farmer/1000/100/Miss
Susan/24/F/W/keeps house/Tx
Grant M P/7/12/M/W/TX

Annie/24/F/W/keeps house/Tx
Sarah F/7/F/W/Tx
Angeline/2/12/F/W/Tx (born May)
Wommack/Mansell/24/M/W/Cattle grower?/50/Miss

1870 Census Bosque Co, Tx
taken August 4th, 1870

#666 Womack/?Rathan/20//W/cattle driver/400/150/TX
/Rose/16/F/W/keeps house/Tx
Wommack/Abner 64/M/W/Farmer/2500/3000 Geo
/Talitha/44/F/W/keeps house/Geo

Bosque County, Tx 1870 Census
taken July 24, 1860

Mary S/27/F/W/keeps house/Ill

Wommack, A.P./54/M/stock raiser/3550/Ga
S.A. Ferguson/6/F/Tx
W.W. Stringer/31/laborer/75/Miss

Monday, February 25, 2002 at 07:13:13 (PST)
Carol A. Reel

Asa J. Wommack and spouse Longenia R. Wommack were members of Bethel-Jones Methodist Church in Jacobia, Hunt County TX., until "removed by letter 23 Mar 1890. There were two other Wommack members: Mittie, Baptized 12Aug1886 and J.H. Wommack Baptized 13 Aug1886. There is no other record of the family and since they all withdrew their membership at the same time, I suspect they left the community. I have a Cody line which may be connected to them.


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