March 2003 Message Archive

Saturday, March 01, 2003 at 21:10:14 (PST)
Jerry Womick

My name is Jerry Womick. My father is James LeRoy Womick my grandfather if William Elzy who married Helen. No one in my family can give me any concrete answer as to where the family originally descended from. We live in Southern Illinois. If anyone could point me in the the right direction it would be great. I hope to hear from many newly found family members.


Wednesday, March 05, 2003 at 18:47:24 (PST)
Ann McDonald

Hey All! I was getting together a packet of info for Janet Brewer - see message below - we've been chatting by email. Anyway, there was one piece of info I was trying to remember and can't. Hopefully if Miles sees this he can dredge his memory as well - good old John Warburton Womack - brother of my ancestor Kinchen, and prolific letter writer (and general nosey parker by the look of his letters) I SWEAR that someplace I've seen a letter he wrote about going to GA in the 1820s and meeting up with some of the GA relatives - I seem to remember that he says he met with his great-aunt. It doesn't seem to be in the UNC Chapel Hill letters - so....where on earth in my vast files would I have filed it? Did I just miss it in the UNC letters? Are my eyes and/or brain just boggling from reading all this stuff? Ann


Thursday, March 06, 2003 at 20:25:38 (PST)
Emily Carson

hey does anebody have something on MAXINE HONG KINGSTON!!!!
my report=due tomorrow!
a little help here?


Friday, March 07, 2003 at 07:54:48 (PST)
Kathy Sexton Stevens


I'm trying to find any information I can about Belle Sexton Womack. She was born 10/30/1894 Lawrence Co, KY and died 1984 in Portsmouth, OH.

She was married on 10/22/1915 (Greenup Co KY I think) to Lewis P. Womack who was born 1/19/1877 Carter Co, KY and died 4/4/1953. His parents were Andrew J. Womack and Mary Everman Womack.

Belle was related to my Dad somehow but I can't find the connection. My dad's people were all born and raised in the Grayson, Webbville KY area. His Dad was J. Thomas Sexton and his mom was Tennessee Webb Sexton.

If anyone has any information at all about Belle or the Sextons that you would be good enough to share with me, I would appreciate it very much.

Thank you.

Friday, March 07, 2003 at 22:31:55 (PST)
Tracie WoMack Easterling

I am working on a webpage. Does anyone know how to copy Family TreeMaker files to a webpage? Also, do you know how to delete the first names of the living?


Tracie WoMack Easterling


Sunday, March 09, 2003 at 05:35:50 (PST)

There are a couple programs, available free on the net that will convert to HTML for you by inputting a GEDCOM - You do not want to delete first names, just convert the date of birth on those around 80-90 or older to living and leave it at that -- one of the programs is GED2WW or something like that - go to google and enter GEDCOM and you should pop up with a bunch of them - naturally go for the free ones - my other puter crashed with mine on it and I am going to have to go for a replacement on this one -- also, family origins will make a web page for you the same way -- on line FTM will also do that go to for details -- also see your help file for FTM, you can publish to a home page thru there -- however, I caution your use of contributing to World Family Tree as your information will be taken and added to CDs and then sold -- I also caution your publishing more than an index of names only - pique interest and let people ask for and trade info - that is what an index only will do and generate more response to you than putting all your cards on the table at once!! Good luck!!


Sunday, March 09, 2003 at 06:13:40 (PST)

Since I had to get one anyway - go here and download version 0.31 - it will allow you to hide dates of birth of living people etc -- it is easy to use


Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 06:42:15 (PST)
Madelyn Womack Cunningham

The Womacks in Nashville will be hosting a Womack family reunion on June 21st, 2003 in Nashville, TN. We would love to have as many as possible come. If you belong to a Womack family, chances are we are related. If you are related to George Washington Womack, Abner Womack, Jessie James, Roy Rogers and English royalty of centuries past, then you are related to us. If you would like to come and visit Nashville but don't know where to stay, e-mail and I will assist you where I can. Looking forward to seeing new relatives. Please check out the website created by my niece, Dari Womack Shadwick @ Maybe you will recognize someone in the pictures.


Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 11:50:37 (PST)
Jack Womack

To researchers of
William Jefferson Womack, Civil war photo and unit he served with is at


Friday, March 14, 2003 at 20:38:15 (PST)
Sherrill Berger

I would like to know who the children of Mary Womack and Thomas Waters are.
I know that Mary's sister Sarah Ann Womack married Thomas' cousin Philomen Berry Waters. Mary was born about 1809 in GA. Mary and Thomas had a son named Jonathan. Jonathan married Dora Perry and had 3 children, one of which was my great-grand father.


Saturday, March 15, 2003 at 17:33:28 (PST)
Mary Jo Hanon

Looking for information about the Wilson County Tennessee Wommacks. Interested in the parents and other ancestors of Elizabeth b. 1785. I believe that she was the daughter of Richard Wommack b 1755 in Campbell Co. Va. Elizabeth married Jeremiah McKinney. he died young and Elizabeth may remarried. Can anyone help?


Saturday, March 15, 2003 at 19:40:49 (PST)

Hello to everyone.
Has anyone out there got a George Melvin Womack in their family tree. He arrived in the States from Essex England in 1915.
George is a member of the Norfolk family that includes The Rev Laurence of the Lophams of which my husband is a descendent of.. I believe that Georges wife was Harriet Kate and he had a son named Cecil George Womack.
hope that I hear from someone.


Tuesday, March 18, 2003 at 06:14:10 (PST)
Tracie WoMack Easterling


Thanks for your WebPage help!!! I am still running short on Womack's but working on it!!! I have other Surnames I am working on. As soon as I have my tree up and running on my WebPage, I will post the page address.

Thanks again,

Tracie WoMack Easterling


Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 13:11:05 (PST)
kathleen dunaway
p,o,box 125 elverano calif 95433

i am need of information to find parents how to go about it


Friday, March 21, 2003 at 10:34:52 (PST)
Jerry L Griffin

Hi, I have been on a long and tedious ancestoral search. In 1817 in Wake Co N.C.
Ferebe Womack(possible Phoebe or Phariba) married Kinchen Griffin. I have reason to believe this union is a direct link to my Griffin lineage which has been a "mystery" for over 20 years. Some researcher could shed some light on this: trying to ascertain their children's names. Kinchen appeared in the 1820 NC. census, he is on roster for War of 1812. These names also appeared in various census of Ga. and Al.
Warmest regards

Jerry L Griffin


Saturday, March 22, 2003 at 11:00:47 (PST)
JoAnn Badtsibner

To all the Womacks
I have a question? i'm researching the census pages and everyone is listed as W- Neg can anyone tell me if there is in Indian in the Womack-Womac line?
If so they are not classified as such


Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 23:49:25 (PST)

i am chanda , a piscean, tell me ruby when i will get married.
my date and time of birth is 7th march 1965. 11.40 a.m


Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 21:28:54 (PST)
Pat Scherzinger

Hoping to find information on Sarah (Sallie) Mae Womack who married Charles Powell. Charles was born in 1866. Sarah was born in 1868. I need their children. She was living with her father Marion Womack in Burnt Hickory, Paulding Co., Ga in 1880. One of their children was Starling Powell. Need any information on this family. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

Pat Scherzinger


Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 08:47:31 (PST)
Krystal Ring

Hi! I'm looking for Helen Ring Womack. She has written a book about one of my husband's ancestors. The book is: LEWIS RING: TENNESSEE PATRIARCH. My father-in-law would like to buy the book. Can anyone help? Thanks! Krystal Ring


Friday, March 28, 2003 at 14:11:06 (PST)
Ragan M. Womack

Re: Pronunciation

In my early childhood in Caddo Parish, LA, we used the "Waa-much" pronunciation, but the "mean wittle kids" insisted on substituting a "V" for the "W", and a "t" for the "ck". So, when we moved to Florida (age 10)' I was pleased to hear it pronounced "Woah-mack". Anyway, I love 'em all (except the V---t way)

Ragan "WO-mack"


Friday, March 28, 2003 at 19:49:35 (PST)
Ragan M Womack


I transcribed my address incorectly in my previous message. Sorry. This one is correct.



Sunday, March 30, 2003 at 17:36:02 (PST)

I am looking for Info on Sallie Womack (Mote) and her children. Sallie was born between 1883-1886. She was thought to be born in Paulding County in an area called Burnt Hickory. Her and her family moved to Winston Co Al about 1894. Sallie married a gentleman by the last name "Womack" I have a post card picture of her and a child and the address shows Lindale Ga. No date are on the post card. I have a picture that was taken about 1908 and it list a Martha Womack (thought ot be the daughter of Sallie)She could not be over 4 yrs of age. There is another picture in the family that shows a Womack baby. The name is thought to be Flora on the back. I do not know the Womack gentle's man is. I have a few group picture of a construction area with the Womack name on the back. There is one that looks to have a first name but is worn and can not be read good. It looks like it says "Mat" I am guessing that he was born around 1884.This would make him the same age of my Grandfather (Henry Mote). All pictures that I have of the Womack man also has my Grandfather in them. I believe the time the men would have spent together would have been around 1900-1906.
Sallie was thought to have died in Haleyville Al. I would love to be able to put this missing link to rest.


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