March 2002 Message Archive


Friday, March 01, 2002 at 09:06:35 (PST)
Jack Womack
oldpro@caprok.net

Need some help on this, Guys
Abner Womack's grave Stone info. posted states he was Rev. War soldier. He was born Feb. 10, 1769. The Rev. War was from 1775 until 1883, if I remember my history the war was all but over before the 1883 date. Nearly all units were released before that date. So Abner would have been 14 at the most. Not many 14 year old boys served as fighters but some did as Fiffers and Drummers. My question is, does anyone out there have other info on this, maybe through DAR or a list of soldiers serving. Mull this over and lets see what comes out.
Jack


Friday, March 01, 2002 at 09:38:21 (PST)
Jackie
pearre@comcast.net

Mrs James Henry Womack.

Mrs James Henry Womack was Miss Harriet Mariah Gregory and was born in Platteville, Wisconsin, December 15, 1846.
Her parents, LeRoy and Lucinda Gregory,lived near the corner of Elm and Cedar Streets and it was there her early days were spent.
Her schooling was received in the Brick School.
July 20,1863 she was united in marriage to Mr. James Henry Womack and their family life was lived on the farm in what was called Stumptown, Wisconsin.
There during the Pastorate of the Rev.Homer W. Carter, both Mr. and Mrs. Womack joined the Stumptown Congregationl Church.
For many years Mrs Womack was active member of the Womack's Relief Corps.
About 15 years ago Mr.J.H. Womack Suffered a stroke of paralysis and during the years of his sickness Mrs Womack was his faithful and efficient nurse.
Mr. Womack passed to his reward in May 1926.
Mrs. Womack has failed slowly since being alone. She has been faithful cared by her children whose only reward was to know that mother was comfortable.
She fell asleep Friday morning, August 29,1930 at the age of 83years,8 months and 14 days.
She leaves to mourn their loss, three children, John William Womack of Montfort, Wisconsin, and Charles Henry Womack of Platteville, Wisconsin and Mrs James (Martha Ellen)Beavers of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The funeral service was conducted Sunday afternoon, by Robert F. Merritt the Pastor of the Congregational Church and the remains were placed at the side of her husband in the Greenwood Cemetery, Platteville, Wisconsin.

At Greenwood sweetly sleeping,
Where the flowers gently wave,
Lies one we loved so dearly,
In her silent lonely grave.
Peaceful be your sleep, Dear Mother;
It is sweet to breath your Name;
In life we loved you dearly,
In death we do the same.
Your Children.

CARDS OF THANKS

We desire to thank all those who have aided us during the long sickness of our Mother, and also express our appreciation to those who tried to comfort us at her passing away.

The James Henry Womack Family.

 


Friday, March 01, 2002 at 17:57:49 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@e-guys.com

Jack!!
Ahem!! uh check yer dates that was one dang long war wasnt it??

 


Friday, March 01, 2002 at 18:08:58 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

Jack. Not saying it is so in this case but if I had a buck for every posthumous stone erroneously claiming RW status in my lineage I'd be a rich man. David.

 


Friday, March 01, 2002 at 18:16:46 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranove.net

Sam. Meant to add this in my previous. Do you think the RW status is real? David.

 


Saturday, March 02, 2002 at 03:46:39 (PST)
Jack Womack
oldpro@caprok.net

Sam, Sure goofed on that one, guess I failed history didn't I, naw, typing.

 


Saturday, March 02, 2002 at 05:30:22 (PST)
Laneda Greenland
lanedag@cs.com

Am searching for information on Rev. N.(Nathan?) W. Womack born in Alabama 4/28/1854. He married L.E.(?)in Mississippi on 2/10/1878. N. W. was reared in middle Tennessee, educated in Ohio and licensed to preach in Paragould, Arkansas on 9/22/1891. N.W.(Nathan?) died 1/11/1919. N.W. and Mrs. L.E. Womack had the following children probably born in middle Tennessee: William H. b. 1/27/1879, George W. b. 8/12/1883, Melvina Maie b. 4/27/1885, William & James(twins) b. 12/28/1887, Jessie Thomas b. 12/27/1889. Thanks for any help.

 


Saturday, March 02, 2002 at 08:49:38 (PST)
Bob Reese
rreese3459@aol.com

There was an Abner Womack of NC (B. VA) who applied for and received a Rev. War pension (S30804.) Someone else will have to fill in the details.

 


Saturday, March 02, 2002 at 20:50:17 (PST)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Laneda, this may be NW and LE on the 1900 and 1910 Arkansas Census?

1900 Census, Arkansas
WAMACK, N W Apr 1854 46 TN Monroe Co
L E W Jun 1858 41 MS Hindman Twp
Woddie S Aug 1883 16 TN Vol: 26 Ed: 21
Maye D Aor 1885 15 TN Sheet: 6 Line 59

--------------------------------------------------------
1910 Census, Arkansas

Woamack, Nathaniel W 55 AL Newton Co
Louisa E W 51 MS Vol: 042
City: Jasper ED: 0097 Visit: 0030

 


Sunday, March 03, 2002 at 15:58:53 (PST)
Minnie Baker
www.minniebaker2@yahoo.com

William Womack m. Caroline T. Children: Julia, Sarah, William, James, Zachary Taylor, Joseph, Louella, Carrie, Fannie & Robert. My greatgrandfather is Zachary. Any help in locating last name for mother or where married. Lived in Schley County, GA in 1860 & 70.

 


Sunday, March 03, 2002 at 16:33:41 (PST)
Brandie
wurdluvr@mindspring.com

Seeking ANY information about:

Catherine "Katie" WAMAX, b. 30 June 1897 in Cherry Valley or Hedgesville, Berkeley Co., WV to parents Jesse & Mary WAMAX. She d. 8 Nov. 1921 in Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, of peritonitis. She was buried 10 Nov. 1921 in Green Hill Cemetery, East Burke St., Martinsburg (1st Ave., Lot #23).

The Berkeley Co. courthouse records show that she was divorced at the time of her death [from Albert ELLIS], that she was born in Hedgesville on 30 January 1897 [not June], and her mothers name is listed as WAMIX (we all know how variable this name can be). The informant for this record was one William Hill.

The 1910 Berkeley Co. census of Hedgesville, District 18, taken 4 May, shows that Jesse "Jess" WAMAX was 43 yrs. old, b. in VA (as were both his parents), and worked as a railroad hand. He was married to Mary for 24 yrs., during which time they had 9 children, with 5 living at the time of the census taking. Mary was 48 yrs. old, and was b. in WV (as were her parents). Living with them is their son, William, age 13, and dau. Catherine, age 10 [later known as "Katie", the person in question here].

Further queries in the Berkeley Co. courthouse records finds a Nettie WOMAX b. 19 July 1899 to Jesse & Mary WOMAX of Hedgesville, WV.

The 1920 Berkeley Co. census of Martinsburg, District 33, taken 10 Jan., shows Katie ELLIS & her son Carl living with Albert & Martha HILL. Katie was listed as 22 yrs. old, married, and working as a knitter at the knitting mill. Both her parents are shown as being born in WV.

If you have any information about Catherine "Katie" WAMAX ELLIS, or anyone else mentioned here, please don't hesitate to contact me. This is one of our proverbial brick walls. Katie is my boyfriend's grandmother. She was very young when she died, and she left behind a son who spent his entire young life on a work farm in WV. He died never knowing where his mother was buried, nor anything about her family. Gary (the bf) and I are very interested in learning more about his grandmother and her family.

Many thanks.
~Brandie

ps. also found at the courthouse, which could help someone else but can't tie into our line yet, was a Cora WOMIX, b. 31 Nov. 1881 in Berkeley Co. to John F. and Rebecca J. WOMIX. A cemetery book shows Cora, dau. of J.F. & B. ["Becky"?] WOMAX, d. 17 Feb. 1889 (listed as age 6 yrs., 3 mons. 17 days) and is buried at Little Georgetown Methodist Cemetery.


Sunday, March 03, 2002 at 18:59:50 (PST)
Audrey Horner
smarteepants321@aol.com

I am looking for info on a John Dee Womack, son of Archer Preston Womack and Nora Ermin Compton, born after 1907, Springfield, Missouri. I have heard he married twice, once to Lida Brazeal and once to Bessie Stark, also on his sister, Ona Womack, born after 1914, I think. John Dee and Ona are brother and sister to Mary Womack, who married George Buckner King. Any help would be appreciated.

 


Sunday, March 03, 2002 at 19:17:57 (PST)
Audrey Horner
smarteepants321@aol.com

I am looking for any info on Gary Dee Womack and his sister Ona, children of Archer Preston Womack and Nora Ermin Compton, both born after 1907, in Greene Co., Missouri, I think. Any help would be appreciated.

 


Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 10:57:39 (PST)
Roy I. Smith, Jr.
smithro@alpha1.net

Seek parentage and earlier line information of William W. Womack, b nr Powelton, Hancock Cty, GA 4-19-1817 d. 3-21-1862 at Mt. Lebanon, LA. m l-Ann S. Hunt 9-13-1839 in Monroe Cty, GA and 2-Sarah Elizabeth Miers 12-29-1845 in Coosa Cty, AL. The 1860 Fed census had he, his w Sarah Elizbeth, and Ch Cicero Leonidas, George Miers, William Turner, Emily Frances, Mary Lewis, Eugenia Ophelia, Sarah Elizabeth, Ella Geneva, Laura Josephine, & Yancy Toombs in or around Athens, Claiborne Parish, LA, and the 1870 and 1880 Fed Census had his widow in Red River Cty, TX. He was a Baptist Minister and Professor at Mt. Lebanon Univ, Bienville Parish, LA. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Roy

 


Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 11:25:52 (PST)
Mike Little
mlittle@prodigy.net

Looking for descendants of Aquilla/Quilla R. Bell(e) Anderson and Calvin Womack of Simpson Co., Mississippi. I'm a descendant of her sister Mary Ann "Molly" Anderson Layton.

 


Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 17:54:17 (PST)
Patsy Seay
pcseay@hot.rr.com
Obituary for Abner Womack, buried in McGregor, Texas

Unmarked grave in McGregor Cemetery, but I know where his burial plot located. He is not my ancestor.
-----------------------------------------

Early Waco Obituaries, Central Texas Gen. Soc., Inc., Heart of Texas Records,
Fall 2001, pp. 93, 94.
# 1
WOMACK, A. - Wednesday, December 21, 1916, p. 14.
Mr. A. WOMACK, age 78, died at 5:30 p.m. yesterday, Wednesday, December 20,
1916, of heart failure at home, 1028 North 4th Street. Funeral arrangements
are pending. Burial to be in McGregor Cemetery, Mr. WOMACK was born in
Tennessee and had lived in McGregor 25 years before moving to Waco a year and
a half ago. He belonged to the Confederate camp in McGregor and to Columbus
Street Baptist Church in Waco. Survivors include his wife (not given), 3
sons, W. B. WOMACK and J. H. WOMACK of Waco, and J. B. WOMACK of Riviera,
Texas; 3 daughters Miss Adeline WOMACK and Mrs. T. W. DARBY of Waco and Miss
Cecia WOMACK of Marshall, Texas, and 3 brothers, Dr. Arsey WOMACK of
Nashville, Tennessee, and Jack WOMACK and Judge Marion WOMACK of McMinnville,
Tennessee.
- CTGS Fall 2001, Early Waco Obituaries, p. 93.
#2
The funeral of A. WOMACK was held at the family residence, 1028 North 4th
St., in Waco, conducted by Rev. C. G. HOWARD of Marlin and Rev. F. S. GRONER
of Waco. Another service was at First Baptist Church in McGregor.
- CTGS Fall 2001, Early Waco Obituaries, p. 94.


Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 23:01:40 (PST)
Jerry Cody-Griffin
jerryd@centex.net

Help!! Am new to this computer stuff and can not find the site I was looking at. Was trying to find information on my Powell & Rouse family line when I found an Arthur Womack who married Alice Rouse. Thought, I'll go back and check that out, but now can't find the site. Does anyone have information on this marriage and where I can find it?

My connection to the Womack line is through Sarah Womack and James Cody.

James Cody & Sarah Womack >Edmund Cody & Catherine Donelson >James Cody &Elizabeth Adams >Elias Cody & Nancy Walker >Robert Cody & Julia Depriest >Romulus Cody & Belle Dillingham >Lyman Cody(my dad) & Pearl Powell.

My mother's parents were Stephen Powell and Amarilla Rouse.

Any help will be appreciated.


Wednesday, March 06, 2002 at 05:28:21 (PST)
Jack Womack
oldpro@caprok.net

FYI

Concerning the obit for Abner M Womack previously posted. His wife ASCENETH B. WEBB is Buried there also. Abner was my Great Uncle.

 


Wednesday, March 06, 2002 at 15:23:34 (PST)
Mary Wammack
irene826@yahoo.com

I am just curious if someone can help me out with my family line here. the farthest i can remember back at this moment is to my grandfather Robert Wammack. He recently lives in New Lenox, IL and has been for approximately 30 years. i know he had a pair of twin siblings (older then him) along with about 5-6 other siblings. The names Johnnie and Pearl come up in memory alot thinking about his family. i believe his mom's name was Johnnie. sorry for all the holes but this is all i remember out of the family line i have. any information is helpful. Thanks!

 


Wednesday, March 06, 2002 at 17:40:47 (PST)
Patricia Harlan
PLangH99@aol.com

Can anyone help me with locating Womack Creek in St. George Parish, GA, which
later became Burke County, GA.

 


Wednesday, March 06, 2002 at 18:01:20 (PST)
Wendy & Nancy Fogelstrom
fogietoo@hotmail.com

Roy,
I am the gggranddaughter of William W. Womack, through his son Yancey Toombs. I have some info about him that I've obtained from "cousins" in Texas. E-mail me and we can compare info. Wendy Fogelstrom

 


Thursday, March 07, 2002 at 07:29:49 (PST)
Missy
nicurn1yahoo.com

Seeking kin for Samuel Eijah Womack. Spouse: Ida Josephine Major. They would have been born abt 1890. Lived in Wilson Co., TN. Had at least two children Elijah Wilson and L. Wana. Allied families: Andrews and Donnell.
Thanks in advance for any help!

 


Thursday, March 07, 2002 at 14:35:09 (PST)
Keith
Killer9000us@yahoo.com

I would like to know how big the Womack clan really is and where they originated?

 


Thursday, March 07, 2002 at 15:38:16 (PST)
Joy Sprngate
springatejoy@yahoo.com

My gg grandmother is MaryAnn Womack christened 2 Feb 1831 St. Mary's London, England daughter of William Womack christened 18 Jun 1797 Bromley Kent, England and his wife Catherine (Unknown) who died 8 May 1858 Surry England. William is the son of Joseph Womack & Sara. Do any of you American Womacks tie in to this English line.

 


Thursday, March 07, 2002 at 18:43:27 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

Patricia. Why do you ask about Womack Creek? There were Womacks in Burke. Tell us more. David.

 


Sunday, March 10, 2002 at 10:21:53 (PST)
David Wayne Womack
dwwomack@earthlink.net
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~womackfiles/

Looking for information on:

Joe Womack
b. Unk
d. bef. 1917

Location: North-East Texas
Son: Granville (Grant) Curtis Womack

He married Birdie Elnora Bell about 1911. She was born October 12, 1898 in Texas and died November 12, 1966 in Fannin County Texas. Thanks to another researcher, I have a lot of information on Birdie and her family, but very little on Joe. Any information would be appreciated.

David


Sunday, March 10, 2002 at 13:42:01 (PST)
Paul N. Womack
womack1@earthlink.net

Seeking info on Delila Womack Coffelt, born 10 Sept 1841 probably in Missouri, maybe Illinois; Married to Jacob R Coffelt 18 Dec 1841 in Story County, Iowa. May have migrated to northern Kansas. She should be the oldest child of Walton and Rebecca Carnes Womack.


Sunday, March 10, 2002 at 17:13:39 (PST)
Jack Womack
oldpro@caprok.net

Seeking info on parents of IDA H TALLEY b.Aug. 12, 1871 TN. and her known brother ARNOLD TALLEY b. Oct. 8, 1873 TN. They migrated to the McLennan Co. TX. area. Ida H married F.P. WOMACK in Moody TX. and Arnold married Donie Mae DENTON b. Aug.2, 1880, she was born in TN. and was the daughter of Harding DENTON and Amanda GLENN. Have a little info for Talley researchers if needed.

 


Monday, March 11, 2002 at 14:28:56 (PST)
Beckett Howorth
bhoworth@olemiss.edu

Mary H. Womack, b. Halifax Co. VA probably late 18th century, daughter of Capt. William Womack. Married Elijah H. Vasser, also of Halifax Co. (b. 1781). Elijah Vasser d. Monroe County, MS, 1847. No birth or death date for Mary H. Womack Vasser. I would be particularly interested in what the "H." in Mary H. Womack Vasser stands for and in her birth and death dates. They are my great-great-great grandparents.

Beckett Howorth
Oxford, MS

 


Monday, March 11, 2002 at 18:01:46 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@e-guys.com

Oh Lord its hard to be humble when military rank and erroneous shadows of the DAR are presented - but if people glory in that sorta thang, oh well they will wake up someday --
Anyway, for what it is worth, am moving from present location to another - e-mail will remain same etc -- getting set up for retirement in a few years- need breathing spell -- may be a lil off net for a week or so mebbe two to give all a breather -- but...... when I come back on..........aint heeres chuckie, tis heeerresss SAM!!

 


Tuesday, March 12, 2002 at 20:30:23 (PST)
dcox
dcox@kerrlake.com

Hi Beckett,

We have grandparents in common. I thought maybe someone with more
information especially regarding your questions might respond. The
following is what I have on Elijah Hunt Vasser and Mary H. Womack.

Elijah and Mary were married in Halifax Co VA 27 December 1819.
Mary H. Womack's father, William Watson Womack was married three times.
First marriage: Mary Logan 07 August 1792 in Halifax Co VA, second
marriage: Nancy Dismukes 22 February 1798 in Halifax Co VA, third
marriage: Susannah Lovelace 05 November 1832 in Halifax Co VA.
Notes for Elijah and Mary with caution that I am not sure the data is
for the same Elijah and Mary Vasser:
1812-Elijah Vasser, Private, in Major Woodford's Squadron, Cavalry, VA.
1812-Elijah Vasser, Trooper, in 1 Reg't Cavalry.
1819-Elijah Vasser marries Mary H. Womack.
1820-Elijah Vasser listed in North Carolina Census in Northampton Co.
I don't believe this is our Elijah Vasser because of other Vasser names
listed in same census as being unfamilar to me as Halifax Co VA Vassers.
1830-Elijah Vasser listed in Halifax Co VA Census and in his household is
the following:
Males Females
5-10=2 under 5=2
20-30=1 5-10=1
30-40=1 20-30=1
Can't determine Elijah's age range because of two adult males in HH.
This places Mary H. (Womack) Vasser born between 1800-1810.
1840-E. H. Vasser listed in Limestone Co AL Census with the following
in his HH:
Males Females
under 5=1 under 5=1
10 <15=1 5 <10=1
15 <20=2 10 <15=1
40 <50=2 15 <20=1
40 <50=1
E. H. Vasser born between 1790-1800.
Adult female born between 1791-1800.
1850-Mary H. Vasser listed in Western Division, Monroe Co MS Census
with the following in HH.
534-534- Mary H. Vasser 46 Female $6000 Born VA
-Ann E. Vasser 17 Female Born VA School
-Elija Vasser 12 Male Born VA School
-Virginia Vasser 10 Female Born AL School
-Martha Vasser 8 Female Born AL School
-William H. Vasser 28 Male Gentleman Born VA
-Agness W. Sims 23 Female Born VA
-Joseph A. Sims 2 Male Born MS
-?George [or] [?Genss] R. Vasser 21 Male Gentleman in the County Born VA
Note: In the HH just above Mary H. Vasser in HH #533 a George W. Vasser
is listed last in that HH, he is age 24 male Physician Born VA.
Mary H. Vasser listed as age 46 in 1850 census which places her
born about 1804.
1876-By Oct 1876 Mary H. Vasser is listed as deceased in court papers
concerning the division of her father's estate in Halifax Co VA.

Hope this helps some.

Doris Womack Cox


Thursday, March 14, 2002 at 20:20:03 (PST)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

January messages have been moved to the archives.

 


Friday, March 15, 2002 at 18:47:25 (PST)
Kerry Fleming
GYNRN@aol.com

Please reply to GYNRN@aol.com

My boyfriend Randy is starting to search his family and his grandmother was Ethyl Ann DOCKERY who married 3 times... spouse one is David Augustus TALLANT
3 children...
Kathleen, Robert Earl (Randy's father) and Jessie. (Tallant)
another spouse was Neil ARNETT (children?)
and the last was Anderson Amos Wommack (spelling?)
Any information is gratefully appreciated. (all data and photos lost in 1993 flood)

Kerry Fleming
Manchester MO


Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 20:15:03 (PST)
james
jamiesarge@aol.com

Jack/Patsy - As you both know, Abner was my Great Grandfather.
By the way Jack, you refered to him with a middle initial M, which is not the case.
Thanks,
James

 


Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 21:42:39 (PST)
Randall W. Connell
rwc5c@aol.com

Seeking an obituary on Hattie Lee Connell Womack who died in DeLeon Texas on October 3, 1911. She was the wife of Phillip S. Womack and lived in Bosque County, Texas.

 


Tuesday, March 19, 2002 at 06:47:42 (PST)
Charles Sherrer
isces@mindspring.com

For those who may be researching the Womack/Cody family of Georgia.
In the Georgia Historical Quarterly, there are many pages devoted to the descendants of this family. I ran across them when doing research at the UGA Library.

John Craig of Tennessee was researching this family at one time, but his email address does not appear to be active.

 


Tuesday, March 19, 2002 at 11:24:39 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@e-guys.com

Need some info on a Burton Womack (spelling et al) who may have been father of a Hayden Wammack (again spelling) - I found a Burton, son of Lucy and William, but the notes say he died young - anyone got anything on this Burton??

 


Wednesday, March 20, 2002 at 14:50:29 (PST)
Otis O. Boren
oboren@AOL.Com

I am searching for the birth parents of David Womack and his wife Elizabeth Briscoe. He was b.abt. 1808 in TN d. 1845 in AR. She was b. Nov 04, 1811 place Unk. probrably AL d. 1883 in Jack Co., TX. She had remarried to a man named Ledbetter. Any help appreciated---will reciprocate


Friday, March 22, 2002 at 06:19:36 (PST)
michael paul hamilton
thomnesson@aol.com

my name is michael paul hamilton and i am searching for information in regards to my deaceased father. his name was marvin paul hamilton. he was a korean war veteran died between 1972 and 1976. he resided in the southern california area. i believe it was in th sandiego area. iam looking for lost relatives or people that knew him. i am 30 years and have a sister named carmin leticia hamilton and we would love to get some family backround for purposes of health.

 


Monday, March 25, 2002 at 10:17:13 (PST)
Jack Womack
oldpro@caprok.net

FYI
I received the following message when I e mailed William (Bill ) Dawson, a Womack-Glenn descendant and researcher.
Jack,
I just read your Email and thought you would want to know that my
husband Bill passed away January 2nd after a very brief illness. He was
stricken with a Dissecting Aortic Aneurysm on December 31st and died 48
hours later on January 2nd in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit of Roanoke
Memorial Hospital. It was a terrible shock to me - we had been married
53 years and were college sweethearts before that.
I'm so sorry to have to give you this sad news.

Evelyn ("Sandy") Dawson

Bill was an internet friend, known to many of us and I am sorry to here of his passing. Jack W


Monday, March 25, 2002 at 13:09:34 (PST)
BARBARA JEAN MASON
BJM2000@EXCITE.COM

LOOKING FOR INFO ON AUGUSTIS LONNIE WOMMACK (WAMMACK), FATHER WAS JAMES FROM HALIFAX CO., NC. AUGUSTIS WAS BORN 10/11/1869, HALIFAX CO NC, DIED 2/17/1924, WALLACETON, NORFOLK CO., VA. HE'S MY GREAT GRANDFATHER. THANKS,
BJM

 


Tuesday, March 26, 2002 at 20:43:45 (PST)
Paul N Womack
womack1@earthlink.net

Mary Park. Please contact me. Have new info on Walton!!! I can't get through with your old address.

 


Thursday, March 28, 2002 at 05:01:08 (PST)
jim
garnerjd@kenyon.edu

Found in the 'Russell County [KY] News', 30 March 1944, page four:

'Fort Benning, Ga., March 17 -- Pvt. Oras Womack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Womack of Sano [Adair County KY] has won the right to wear the world-famous wings and boots of the United States Army Volunteer paratrooper, World War II's most feared warrior. He made his fifth and qualifying jump, a night tactical leap identical to actual combat work in Sicily, which completed his four weeks of jump training.'


Friday, March 29, 2002 at 16:22:22 (PST)
Ernie Womack
ernie@brandxsavior.com
http://www.brandxsavior.com

Hey there, I found this web page about a month ago, and Found out that I really am related to all of you! Just wanted to say HI!!!! from California.

 


Saturday, March 30, 2002 at 08:15:05 (PST)
Robert D. Womack (Buzzie) (Buz)
RWomackMMS@aol.com

My father's name is Calvin Robert Womack. He is one of 10 children. His father's name was William Oscar Womack. They came to California from Oklahoma.


Saturday, March 30, 2002 at 13:13:22 (PST)
penny cooper
pldcc2001@aol.com

i was born in norfolk,VA may 26th 1959 at ST Vincent DePaul hospital my birth mothers name was Sylvia Davis my birth name penny lynn davis i was adopted by Harry cornell jr and Marion cornell they soon divorced then my adopted mother remarried and went by the name of Toni ValeCruz she worked at riptide lounge in Charleston SC i,m in search of any blood realatives......Harry cornell was in the AirForce i was adopted in charleston,SC

 


Saturday, March 30, 2002 at 15:49:46 (PST)
Betty Phea
phea44@hotmail.com

I lost my last uncle recently. 'Services for Auther A. Womack,78, Tyler, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at First Assembly of God in Whitehouse (Tx) with Brother Chuck Myers officiating. Burial will be in Tyler Memorial Park under direction Tyler Memorial Funeral Home. Mr Womack died Feb.7 in a Tyler hospital. He was born Jan. 10,1924, in Troup,TX) and lived in Tyler since 1955. He worked for Tyler Candy Co. for 15 years and was a spinner for Western Foundry. He was a member of First Assembly of God in Whitehouse, serving as a deacon 26 years.' taken from the obit in our local paper in Tyler. His parents were William Lafayette Womack and Annie Davis Womack. He was the baby of my mother's family. and may I remark too that he was a wonderful person.

 


Sunday, March 31, 2002 at 07:04:46 (PST)
Jane W. De Backer
jwdebacker@aol.com

I am looking for information about my great grandfather, JOHN W. WOMACK (WOMMACK). This is what I know:
John W. Womac,
Born about 1849
Married: Martha Susan Fambrough , b. Feb. 18,1857, d. June 18, 1931. They were married March 17, 1878 in Walton Co., GA

Children:
Earl Lena Womack, b. Dec 16, 1878, Married Oscar P. Whitley

Dora Ann Della Womack (my grandmother), b. April 18, 1881, Married Dec 7,1901 to George Head in Madison, Morgan Co., GA

Mary Virginia Womack, b. 1884, married Claude Simons

Second Marriage for Martha Susan Fambrough was to William David Fambrough, (a distant relative, Dec. 24, 1893.

When did John W. Wommack die and who were his parents? He was born in GA.
Jane W. De Backer

 


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