July 2003 Message Archive
I don't know if I should express my appreciation for all your efforts in making the WGN into what it is today or blame you for making a geneaholic out of me.
I fear I in turn have created another, a cousin in Irving TX that we will hear from time to time.
I too have posted obits and occasional FYIs to these pages and hope to do more. The link to the parentage of Thomas 1734 is coming together after the results of the DNA testing. I am still gleaning documentation to substantiate everything,
and yes it looks like all the lines that originated in VA. are related to some degree, be it through the three bruthers or the elusive William, your choice.
Anyone know who this Bart Womack is?
Murder in the 101st Airborne
by Daniel Pipes
New York Post
March 25, 2003
"How did the enemy get into our camp?"
That's what Bart Womack, a command sergeant major of the elite 101st Airborne Division, asked himself as a grenade rolled past him after 1 a.m. on Sunday at an American camp in Kuwait. The attacker worked methodically, destroying an electricity generator, throwing grenades into Womack's tent and the two other command tents, then shooting tents. One soldier died and 15 sustained injuries.The enemy in this case appears to be not what one might expect - an Iraqi soldier or a Kuwaiti Islamist. The only suspect in custody is Hasan Karim Akbar, 31, a sergeant in the 101st Airborne Division.
Samuel C. Wommock, is listed in Wakulla Co. Fl on the 1900 Census with his
Also listed is a William, I think they may be brothers, but not sure.
Samuel wan born 1878-1879 and William was born 1875, both born in Fl
SAmuel's Father, F. H. was on the 1880 Franklin County Census wige wife Jane.
The record says: F, H. Womoc age 48 born in Ga.
Wife Jame age 35 born in Fl.
Children listed is : Laura age 10, josit age 8, Amanda age 6 Samuel age 1.
Jane says she had 9 children but only 5 living, on the 1880 Census of Franklin Co. Fl. She is living with her daughter Amanda & Clyde Sarvis. She is listed as Widow. Was also spelled Wormick.
William Wommack maried Florida D. Linzy, children were, Tressie Lee, Clarence S,Alice.
I would like to know what the F. H. stood for.
Need your help please.
If any one else is working on this please contact me Elaine32358@aol.com
Or Dorinda firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for any and all help on this.
Francis Womack sp. Calester Jane Chason, had Samuel C. Wommack, I'm not sure when the two mm's started in this family, Benjamin Womack sp. Nancy Jones were Francis' parents. In the census Josit is Josephine.
Hello everyone. I have a question about one of my ancestors Louisa/Louvisa
Rice Womack. I have been to ancestry.com, and to genealogy.com, and it seems
that some of the gedcoms there have her listed as being born in about 10
different years, and that part of the gedcoms have her being born in Halifax Co.
VA. and the other parts have her listed as being born in Ireland. Does anyone
have a solid estimation as to the probable year of her birth, and her
birthplace? It has been giving me a headache for the past month! :-) I am doing
a private family history for my family, and this is as far back as I have
gotten. Anything that can point me in the right direction would be greatly
Thanks, and good luck in your searches.
I am searching for any one that is related to a family of Womacks that was
living in and around Irving & Dallas TX , during the 20's- 40's.... This
family had 36 children .. I believe there were 2 sets of triplets 3 sets of
twins, and the rest were single births...... There were several wright ups in
the Dallas Morning newspaper in the 30's... Which I have copies of..... This
family waas cousins to my grandfather James Smalley ..Bbut I dont know just
where they connect to...... If any one knows this family, I would love to talk
to you and find out more about them.... They really fasinate me..
I think Louvisa is in my line too, but some of the information I have is
confusing and being new to genealogy, I have not verified all the information I
My gg-grandmother was Rhoda Jane Womack and her parents were William Riley Womack and Lucretia Taylor Womack.
Rhoda Jane's Brother was John (Jack) Womack
Rhoda Jane's Husband was Eddie Lee Stevens
Eddie Lee had a half-brother, Adolphus Alexander Stevens.
Adolphus Alexander Stevens married Laura Womack the daughter of John (Jack) Womack.
It all gets kinda fuzzy after awhile, These are facts from an oral history I have from my great-grandmother.
After that I have only information that I have gathered from various sources which I have not been able to verify.
There are a LOT of William R Womack's listed out there, but I have found several that say that the parents of William Riley Woimack b 1826 TN are Levi Berry b 1796 NC and Martha Beene (or Bean) b 1803 Al
Levi Berry's parents are listed as William b 1753 Va and Lucinda (Lucy) b 1761 NC
William's (b 1753) parental information I do not have
Lucinda's(b 1761) parents are listed as Thomas b 1743 va and Louvisa Rice ( many different dates and places of birth)
If you have information on the previous post will you please share with me too?
Saturday, July 05, 2003 at 21:01:30 (PDT)
Source: Cumberland Co VA Deed Book Index
Index Page 330 Grantee: Womack
23 Aug 1762 Deed Abraham from John Saunders 3:303 100a James River
25 Jan 1802 Deed Ann Extrx etal from Chas. Lee by Exors 9:35 330a Guinea Creek
22 Dec 1800 Deed Chas. from Thos. Wright Est. by Exors 8:405 Will Great Guinea Creek
22 Aug 1808 Deed Chas. etal from Lewis Anderson 11:102 150a
Jun 1811 Deed Chas. from from Anne Womack 11:497 500a
Feb 1812 Deed Chas. etal from Anna Womack 12:49 Set. Est. Nathan Womack
Mar 1814 P of A Chas. etal from Mathew Cox 12:432
Jul 1814 Deed Chas. from Jesse Anderson 12:500 12a Buckingham Road
27 Jan 1815 D & Cert Chas. from James & Betsey Aiken 13:57
Dec 1816 P of A Chas. etal from Chas. Lee 14:68
28 Sep 1818 Deed Chas. from James & Sarah Chrisf[?] 15:24
25 Sep 1818 Deed Chas. from Edw. P. & Susan Lee 15:36 200a
23 Jul 1821 Deed Chas. from Wm. S. & Sally Walton 16:172 25 3/4a Great Guinea Creek
25 Apr 1825 Deed Chas. Jr. from Chas. Womack Sr. 17:514 316a Great Guinea Creek
21 Sep 1829 Deed Cola Chas. from Geo. L. Aikin etal 19:387 400a Guinea Creek
25 Apr 1831 Deed Chas. from Geo. Aiken etal 20:210 400a Great Guinea Creek
4 Feb 1839 Renunciation Chas. from Martha W. Womack 23:347 Will
25 Nov 1890 Deed Chas. from Nathan 36:196 353a
16 Nov 1899 Deed Chas. from Chas. Dabney 39:37 271a "Woodville"
25 Jan 1802 Deed Chas. Exor etal from Chas. Lee by Exors 9:35 330a Guinea Creek
3 Oct 1814 Deed Chas. Exor etal from Chas. Lee by Exors 13:20 45 1/2a
Dec 1810 D of Tr. Chas. Tr. etal from John Angle 11:388
Apr 1819 D of Tr. Chas. Tr. etal from Josiah Ward 15:123 94 1/2a
28 May 1821 D of Tr. Chas. Tr. etal from Andrew Nelson 16:148 348a
I will finish page 330 another night.
Hello , I'm seeking information on Lucinda Womack 1801 - 1903 ( this is whats on her tombstone) . I was told her last name was Wayman for yesrs just found out that was wrong and it's Womack , But I found her under 2 diff. husbands names Clayborne C.Pigg and also John (Jack) Pigg !! They had 8 children , Lucinda was born in N.C. married Tn. (I think ), died in Sullivan Co Indiana ! She was also married to Jesse Powell for a short time and buried near his son George Perry Powell . Would any one know of this Womack ?I have pictures of her tomestone that I would share ! Thank you Diane
I believe the letter I thought was (f) in the name Chrisf? is probably a (p)
which would make the name Chrisp? I am still not certain. It could be Chriss.
Re: 28 Sep 1818 Deed Chas. from James & Sarah Chrisf[?] 15:24
Continuation of Cumberland Co VA Grantee index of Womack page 330.
30 May 1822 Deed of Tr. Chas. Tr. from Thos. Adams 16:455 Lot 19 Caira
4 Mar 1823 Deed of Tr. Chas. Tr. etal from Rich'd Dowdy 17:90 248 1/2a
16 Jan 1828 Deed of Tr. Chas Jr. Tr. etal from Elijah North 18:544 119a
5 Feb 1828 Deed of Tr. Chas. Jr. from John & Mary Ford 18:572 100a
24 Nov 1834 Deed of Tr. Chas. Tr. etal from Simeon? & Anne Allen 22:44 208a
26 Jan 1835 Deed of Tr. Chas Tr. from Wm. S. Walton 22:95 363 1/2a
27 Jul 1835 Deed of Tr. Chas. H. from Rowland Foster 22:222 333 1/3a
26 Feb 1855 Deed of Tr. Eliz'th C. etal from Francis & M. W. Anderson 28:184 Int 250a
28 Jul 1908 Part F. A. from Nathan Womack heirs of 45:129 52a
24 Sep 1910 Deed Frank'l etal from Wm G. Womack 47:403 35 1/2a
26 Feb 1855 Deed James A. etal from Francis & M. W. Anderson 28:184 Int 250a
28 Jul 1908 Part John E. from Nathan Womack heirs of 45:129 62a
26 Feb 1855 Deed Judith A. etal from Francis and M. W. Anderson 28:184 Int 250a
Page 330 completed.
Hi, I'm trying to find the parents of my great grandmother, Olive Womack. She
was born 10/21/1882 in either Caswell County, NC or Danville, VA, and she moved
to Bainbridge, Decatur County, GA at some point to marry Charles L. Harrell, Jr.
She had an older sister named Susan, and evidently their parents died young, and
Susan and her husband, John Lewis helped raise Olive.
Anyway, if you have any information on this line of Womacks, I would really appreciate a tip!
Gail, Olive's parents were Martin Van Buren Womack sp Jane Elizabeth Stone. I would be glad to share information with you on this line, get in touch.
Diane, Claiborne C., was her son, John Pigg was Lucinda's husband. Lucinda was the daughter of Abner Womack and Martha Drucilla Byers. Get in touch.
Roger has asked that I repost some on my, THOMAS and LOUVISA WOMACK line.
Recent DNA test that I participated in did prove that at least the main gist of REV CHRISTENBERRY LEE's memiors were well founded. Two Blanton descendants and I had a perfect 26/26 Y chrosome match, which can only be passed from father to son. The MRCA ( most recent common ancestor) led to ABRAHAM WOMACK Sr, then back to ABRAHAM who was the father of THOMAS Sr 1762. and MARY FARLEY WOMACK, Their children were; JUDITH b. abt. 1706; ABRAHAM Sr. b. abt. 1708, SARAH b. abt. 1713; ELIZABETH b. abt. 1714; MARY C. b.abt.1716; WILLIAM b. abt. 1718; ISHAM b. abt. 1720; MARTHA b. abt. 1723; FRANCIS b. abt. 1725 and THOMAS Jr b. abt. 1728.
ABRAHAM 1708 Is the apparent father of both THOMAS WOMACK 1743 and ARCHIE/ARCHEE BLANTON whos mother was ANN NANCY BLANTON possibly the widow of THOMAS BLANTON. Abraham and Ann were not married. Abraham had married the first time to an Elizabeth ? abt. 1726 and had children with her. In between his first and second wife, an Elizabeth ? also, he had an affair with Ann Blanton to which Thomas and Archie were born. Abraham and Ann were cited in court as living in adultry (early VA records) the court ordered the church to bind out the children. Abraham served time in in jail for this as proven by records of payment to a jailer for his keep. Abraham and 1 st wife had children, ABRAHAM Jr. b.
11726 and ELIZABETH b. 1740. Abraham married his 2nd wife Elizabeth ? abt. 1752 and had children MARY 1752 and ABNER Jan. 07, 1764.
Note; There is some conterversy about who the wife was of Abraham f/o Thomas Sr 1762. Some believe it was Sarah Sunnerscales and some think it was Sarah Worsham. More work needed here. JFW
THOMAS 1743 narried LOUVISA RICE WOMACK ,
Children of Thomas and Mary
LUCINDA LUCY b. abt. 1764
ANDERSON b. October 19, 1765
ABNER b, Feb. 10, 1769
ABRAHAM abt. 1771
WILLIAM b. Mar. 13, 1773
JAMES b. abt. 1775
Thomas Lewis b. abt. 1777
WILLIAM 1773 married ANNA GOODSON Mar.23, 1802
Children of Willam and Anna
LOUISA b, Sept. 10, 1805
MARY ANN b. Sept 20, 1807
WILLIAM BIG BILLY b. Jan. 30, 1812
ANNA b. July 07, 1814
THOMAS b. July. 24, 1816
LUCINDA b. Sept. 21, 1718.
ABNER ALNER b. Jan. 25 1821
ELIZABETH b. July 15, 1824
CHAROLETTE b. Nov. 26, 1826
WILLIAM BIG BILLY married MARY POLLY MULLICAN Abt. 1832
Children of William and Mary
CAPT, JOHN M b. Nov. 14, 1833
William C. b. 1835
Solomon b. Abt. 1837
Abner b. Oct. 18, 1838
ANNA b. 1841
ANDREW JACKSON b. 1842
Elias b. 1844
MARY b. 1846
SUSAN PARLINE b. Mar 11, 1848
SOLOMON married REBECCA NORRIS Oct. 22, 1855
Children of Solomon and Rebecca
WILLIAM A, b. 1859
JOHN BETHEL b. Feb. 03, 1860
FRANCIS PINCKNEY b, Nov.24, 1861
AMANDA b. 1862
FRANCIS PINCKNEY married 1 AMERICA KNOWLES HARRIS, a widow, 2 IDA H. TALLEY
No Children by America.
Children of Francis and Ida.
GOLA PEARL b. Aug. 02, 1892
ARSEY ARBLEE b. May.11, 1894
WINDEL KIRK b. Mar 08, 1896
GRACE ENZIE b. Mar.05, 1898
WILDA b. Dec.15, 1899
JAMES FRANK b. June 26, 1902
ZALPHA MAY b. June 24, 1903
Zetta Rae b. June 24, 1902 Twin to Zalpha
JEWEL b. Nov. 23, 1905
DOLLIE MARIE b. Dec. 21, 1906
OSCAR POWERS b. Jan. 26, 1908
ESTAL ARSEY b. Apr.10, 1917 A grandson who raised as his own after his mother died in childbirth.
JAMES FRANK Married GRACE ANNA 'ELSIE" LINDSEY BOYLES 1926
Children of James and Elsie
JACK FRANK b. 1928
ELSIE JO ANN b. 1930
CORKY JEAN b. 1932
TRAVIS ORAN b. 1935
JIMMIE LEE b. 1945
VERA GERALDINE BOYLES b. 1922 Step daughter
Jack Frank Womack
February thru April messages have been moved to the archives.
Looking for information on a John M Womack, born abt 1859 in Texas. He
appears in the 1860 Hill County Texas Census with his parents, Thaddeus (also
sometimes listed as Thomas) and Luvina(sp?) Womack and is listed as one year
Perhaps someone has an extra John M Womack hidden somewhere, he would show his father born in Mississippi and his mother in Illinois.
Thanks so much
Bosque County, Tx
Thought I'd pass this along for others, While researching in Bosque County,
TX I copied all of the Womacks listed in their early Newspaper index.
Womack A.C. Meridian Tribune 24 Mar 1899 married. Thurs. Mrs. Stephenson
Womack A.C. (Col) Meridian Tribune 31 Oct 1902 married. Sun. Miss Carrie B.Lewis
Womack A.C. Meridian Tribune 8 Apr 1910 died. Mar 25,---near Morgan
Womack Anna (Miss) Meridian Tribune 16 Aug 1901 License. & married. Last Wed. J. F. Allen
Womack Bettie (Miss) Meridian Tribune 29 Dec 1905 License & married. Dec 26, Will Cabler
Womack D.W. Meridian Tribune 2 Jan 1903 birth. Jan 2, Boy
Womack Elbert W. Meridian Tribune 23 Dec 1904 died Dec 12, (74y 3m) (haematemesis)---Morgan
Womack Helen (Miss) Meridian Tribune 2 Apr 1920 married. Sunday .Orie Williams--in Walnut Springs
Womack James M. Meridian Tribune 9 Feb 1900 License. Mary Belle Burgan
Womack Jewel (Miss) Meridian Tribune 22 Oct 1915 married. Wed. J.H. Latimer
Womack John Meridian Tribune 27 Oct 1899 birth 23rd. Boy.
Womack Lenora (Miss) Meridian Tribune 7 Dec 1917 married. Last Sat. Paul H. Womack
Womack Mancel Meridian Tribune 12 Oct 1906 died. Sat.---Morgan
Womack Paul H. Meridian Tribune 7 Dec 1917 married. Last Sat. Miss Lenora Womack
Womack Paul H.Meridian Tribune 9 Apr 1920 birth. Yesterday, Boy
Womack Rufus T. Meridian Tribune 4 Jan 1907 birth. Dec. 24,----Womack
Womack Vandie Meridian Tribune 1 July 1904 birth. May 29, Girl----Morgan
Womack Whit Meridian Tribune 4 Apr 1902 married. Mar 26, Miss May Johnson
These are all on file at the Bosque County Collection in Meridian.
Good luck in your research
McLennan Co. TX - A. B. Meek being held in the killing of T. J. Womack
Waco Times-Herald Sunday April 7, 1901
A.B. Meek has been remanded for trial in the killing of T.J. Womack.
McLennan Co Births
WOMACK CARROL BERWYN LENORA WOMACK PAUL H. WOMACK, 6 14 1929 m MC LENNAN
Source: Cumberland Co VA Deed Book Index
Index Page 331 Grantee: Womack
17 Apr 1884 Part Martha C. from Francis Anderson heirs of 33:241 73a App. River
28 Jul 1908 Part Mary from Nathan Womack heirs of 45:129 40a
26 Nov 1906 Deed Mary A. from Frank A. Womack 43:239 1/7 Int 400a 125a 100a
24 Sep 1910 Deed Mary A. etal from Wm. G. Womack 47:403 35 1/2a
27 Mar 1912 Deed Mary A. from B. M.? & H. L. Blanton Jr. 48:84 19a 62 1/8a Guinea Road
9 Nov 1912 Deed Mary A. from John E. Womack 49:392 Int in 62a 23a Mad Dist
24 Nov 1777 Deed Massa from Joseph Coleman etal 5:512 102a Tar Wallet Creek
23 Oct 1769 Deed Nathan from Randolph Richardson 4:356 200a Guinea Creek
26 Apr 1790 Deed Nathan from Thomas Wright 6:584 38a Guinea Creek
26 Dec 1791 Deed Nathan from Thos. & Martha Johns etal 7:150 200a Guinea Creek
28 Dec 1795 Deed Nathan from Alex'r Trent by Exors 7:430 Mill Guinea Creek
28 May 1798 Deed Nathan from Thos. Johns 8:161 23a Great Guinea Creek
25 Jan 1802 Deed Nathan Est etal from Chas. Lee by Exors 9:35 330a Guinea Creek
Someone left a post about the trail of tears and now it is gone. Did it get
removed because there is no evidence or it was false information?
I wanted to ask the person where they heard this information.
Re: your query about "the trail of tears".
Just above your post there are three shortcuts you can click which take you to WGN Homepage, Message Archives, or Post a message. If you will click on the WGN Homepage and then go to near the bottom right of the homepage there is a Google search engine which will search just the WGN or the entire web. I used just "trail" as a search term and of the two pages of hits the following concerned the "trail of tears":
9 Feb 1999 posted by Brenda Dunn
18 Dec 1999 posted by Sam Womack
19 Apr 1999 posted by Brenda Dunn
16 May 1999 posted by Brenda Dunn
11 Feb 2000 posted by Jeanie Seabolt Hill
All post appeared to involve the same families, ie. Womack and Jolley.
The Womack Genealogy Network archives messages from 1997-2003.
Hope this helps. doris
Hi I'm looking for ancestors of Edmond Lockett Womack -b: 10 May 1834, Prince
Edward Co., Buffalo District, VA. Married Sallie Elliot b: 1837 on 6 May 1857
& had 7 children. His father was William A. Womack born ??, married Mary c.
Lockett b: 1814, on 11 May 1833.
I found a William A. Womack b: 1807 Prince Edward Co. son of Archer Womack, but nothing to connect him to Edmond, if he is his Father.
If anyone can help me connect the "dots", it would be greatly appreciated.
Nancy Womack, daughter of John Wesley & Elizabeth Moss Hogan Womack?
According to family records, the 3rd wife of my GG Grandfather, William C. BLAKELY, was named Nancy WOMACK. Her parent's names were said to be Wisly and Elizabeth WOMACK. On the 1850 Hardin Co, IL census, Nancy, then 18, was shown with her husband, William "BLACHLY". A checkmark was made in the column "married in year".
In searching the 1850 Census for Nancy's parents, I found Wisly and Elizabeth in Hardin Co., IL:
pages 27b-28, Enum. 6 Sep 1850
Wisly Womack, 44, M, Farmer, 1000, NC
Elizabeth M. Womack, 38, F, IL
Abram Womack, 12, M, IL
John W. Womack, 8, M, IL
Sarah Ann(a?) Womack, 6, F, IL
William A. Womack, 8, M,IL
Albert Womack, 4, M, IL
Austin B. Womack, 2, M, IL
Mary E. Womack, 2, F, IL
This sounds very much like the family of John Wesley WOMACK and his wife, Elizabeth Moss HOGAN who were married May 12, 1831. The oldest child I can find listed for them anywhere is Isaac Hogan WOMACK, b: December 25, 1834. Does anyone know if they had a daughter Nancy, b. abt. 1832, or was Isaac their oldest child?
Any thoughts anyone would have about this would be very much appreciated!
Elizabeth, that 1850 census is John Wesley Womack & Elizabeth Moss Hogan,
I just don't know about Nancy.
The 1840 Galatin Co., IL., Census list:
John Womac 2 males (age 0-5), 1 male (30-50), 1 female (20-30)
No daughter shown here, but it also is missing a son that should have shown up on this 1840 census also, Isaac Hogan Womack was born in 1834.
It is possible this 1840 Census is another family?
Roger, Very much appreciate you finding the 1840 Census--am so glad you thought to check that! I should have tried to find that earlier, but didn't. It must be the same family. Found the census in Ancestry.com and looked at the original which has gives the middle initial "W.". The total number of people given in the household was 4, which matches what you sent. Discouraging, but since you said that Isaac was missing, that gives a little hope that maybe they did have a daughter, Nancy, and for some reason she was omitted too.
Thanks so much for your help!
My GGGrandmother was born America Ann Garrison. Her parents were G.A.V. Gray (family always said the G.A. was for George Anna have no idea what the V is for) and Andrew Garrison.
In a Wilson Co. TN. Census record I found them listed with a J.R. Womack in thier household and he was listed as brother-in-law. I have found in www.familysearch.org where J.R. Womack had a sister America Ann Womack. I am
assuming this maybe who my GGGrandmother was named after. I was wondering if anyone knows how J.R. could have been a brother-in-law to G.A.V.Gray or Andrew Garrison?
Would appreciate any help.
Here is a copy of the 1880 Wilson County TN Census Record I was talking about
in the post I just posted. I found this on this site. The G. A. is for George
Anna, which was born a Gray. She is my GGGrandmother. I am trying to find out
how the J. R. Womack listed here was a BroL. Any help would be Greatly
Census Place: District 16, Wilson, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255287 National Archives Film T9-1287 Page 501A
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Andrew GARRISON Self M M W 21 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
G. A. GARRISON Wife F M W 16 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
J. R. WOMACK BroL M S W 25 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Some years ago i was given 2 old mason whiskey jugs. One gallon, one half gallon. They both have blue glaze printed lables reading;
Womack Bros Distillery
203 Broad St.
I would very much appreciate any information anyone has on this company or the people who ran it.
hi I'm trying to get information about my family and how to start my own family tree.....my grandfather was Abe Womack and I believe orginated from Virginia
Hi: Elizabeth: I have a copy of Oscar Womack's "The Descendants of Thomas & Louvisa Rice Womack" published in 1970. He lists the children of John Wesley and Elizabeth Moss Hogan Womack but no Nancy Womack is included in this list. The book does show: a Nancy Womack b.1843 and d.1918 as a daughter of Abraham Womack and Elizabeth Schumaker Womack. This Nancy Womack reporedly married William Beard. In the list of Womack Researchers, Denise Kneifel (DeniseK322@aol.com) is a descendant of Abraham & Elizabeth Schumaker Womack. Perhaps she may be of some help in your search. Bob
You might want to buy a computer program like Family TreeMaker. I use it and it helps keep things straight. I also like that it has a scrapbook. Start with one person, like yourself and start working our way backwards. I started with my daughter, since the tree is for her. I am not as advanced with tree and root searching as most here, so someone else may be of more help; but that is how I got started..GOOD LUCK!!!
Also, post at rootsweb.com and/or genealogy.com
In "The Bulletin", a publication of Watauga Association
Genealogists, Upper East Tennessee, Volume 20, No. 1, it contains the
Revolutionary War record of Johnson Wamuck. The association indicates this
bulletin is sold out. I have requested in several places for someone with a copy
of the bulletin to contact me to learn more about this war record, including
emailing an officer of the association. This war record might shed some light on
the "other" Jacob Womack who signed the Watauga Petition. I have
copies of Johnson Womack's pension apps., one made 12 Dec 1832 (turned down) and
the other #32577, dated 30th Oct 1837, (pension granted), both applied for in
Madison Co., AR. One app. states he fought on the Watauga River. Census records
indicate he was in Grainger Co., TN in 1797. Any other suggestions in gaining
access to the app. in Washington Co., TN?
Bob, Thanks so much for the information from "The Descendants of Thomas & Louvisa Rice Womack". Really appreciate the help! Elizabeth
Regarding the Womack vital records page, yes it was taken down some time ago. The main reason at the time was because people were posting vital information for themselves or people that were still living. Given the rampant fraud and identity theft going on via the internet, we thought it a good idea to remove the page so people could no longer post. With someone's name and birthdate, it would be that much easier to mess them up. However, I believe that I kept a copy of those pages. I'll take a look, sort it out, and re-post the non-living information for others to find on the web site.
I have to say that the response from people posting information they had or found was great. If we do it again, we'll have to have some kind of moderation to prevent information about possibly living individuals from getting posted.
Hi! This is really cool to find so much information about Womacks on one Website. I am the ggranddaughter of Britt Womack and Elisabeth Niblett. They had these children that I know of: Troy Womack, Harvey Womack, Ollie Womack, Sally Womack and Laura Womack who was my grandmother. I believe Britt was married and had children before my great grandmother. I am looking for any and all information about this line, both before and after. I would particularly like to find out where Britt is buried. My father believes it is around Houston Lake, GA. He would like to put a marker there before he goes. I believe my grandmother Laura had some step sibiling in Atlanta. Are any of their descendants reading this? Please contact me@email@example.com Lynn
Does anyone know how the village in Norfolk called Horsford came to get its name? Or where does the name Horsford come from. Thank you.
John Womack to Samuel Hogg of Wilson County, TN on 25 Feb. 1826- Bk A, pp
Bibb County, AL. Also, Judgement against James Womack. Oct Term 1821 of
Cir.Court of Smith County, TN. Source: Bibb County, AL web site
I am looking for the family of Eula Mae Womack. She was born 25 March 1923 and died 19 December 1979. I think she had 3 sons and 3 daughters. Some of her married names were: Bison, Corley and Gautier. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
For Lynn Hudspeth
Found this note in my Womack file - 1900 Soundex for Jasper County, GA
(Vol 40, E.D. 55, Sheet 1, Line 9) lists the following for Britt Womack:
Wammack, Brittan, July 1852, age 47
Kate, Oct 1870, age 29
Troy, Nov 1892, age 7
Laura A., Aug 1898, age 1
I have not been able to find a Houston Lake, Georgia. Good Luck.
Joe David Womack
WOMACK, In Loving Memory of JOE DAVID WOMACK May 25, 1945 July 20, 2003 Preceded in death by parents Marlin & Mary Womack, sister Barbara Lodrique. Survived by wife Lynette; daughter Star Ramirez (Rafael); sons Nicholas Womack (Shette), David Womack; brothers Billy, Bobby, Ricky; special friends Larry Taylor & Gary Moore; several nieces & nephews; & special buddy Pancho Villa. Memorial service Thursday, July 24, 2003 at 1:00PM North Dallas Funeral Home. North Dallas Funeral Home Family Owned and Operated 2710 Valley View Lane Dallas Texas 972-241-9100
Published in the Dallas Morning News on 7/23/2003.
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JUST WANTED TO LET ANY INTERESTED RESEARCHERS,FAMILY AND FRIENDS KNOW,THAT MY FRIEND. JOE DAVID WOMACK..OF DALLAS... PASSED AWAY..
BORN MAY 24,1945
DIED JULY 20,2003
HIS PARENTS, MARLIN AND MARY WOMACK,PRECEEDED HIM IN DEATH..AS HIS SISTER,BARBARA, ALSO..
HIS WIFE, LYNETTE, AND CHILDREN, NICHOLAS AND STAR..AND JOE'S BROTHERS BILLY AND BOBBY AND RICKY..ARE LEFT TO MOURN..
PERSONALLY HAD NOT SEEN HIM SINCE THE 60S..BUT THOUGHT OF HIM OFTEN.
BELIEVE THAT HIS BROTHERS WERE EITHER TWINS OR TRIPLETS.
THEY LIVED IN PLEASANT GROVE FOR YEARS..WHEN I KNEW HIM..AS A TEENAGER..HE WOULD TAKE THE BUS INTO DALLAS TO VISIT HIS FRIENDS.
MORE OBITUARY INFO WHICH INCLUDES HIS PICTURE...FOUND AT
Does anyone have more information on this Joe David Womack's, ancestors. Thanks for the post Cherie, This is one line I have been looking for. I have his parents as Lester Marlan Womack and Mary Virginia Goodman. That's all I have.
We have found 6 Womack (Wommack, etc) headstones in Redmen Cemetery in
DeQueen, Sevier co, AR. We cannot find anything on these people and have no idea
where they connect. It is hard to believe they are buried right there in DeQueen
and not related to us. Do any of you know any of these? We have photos of the
headstones, in case anyone needs.
Lois Wammack, w/o D.A. Collins
b.2 Sep 1899 d.22 Oct 1918
J. A. Wommjack 1862 - 1935
Adelia Wommack 1871 - 1955
Waverly Wommack 1894 - 1946
Lucille B. Wommack 1906 - 1980
Ernest Wommack 1905 - 1965
Johnny, I don't have a clue when this family started using two mm's in their surname, I have them with one in my database. This was John Abner Womack, sp Adelia, 1900 census has Delia (spelling is Womack). Son Waverly is translated as Waemy in Sam's 1900 Arkansas census, I've not seen the original. I have John Abner Womack as the son of James William Womack, b 1833, sp Martha Frances Sharp. The 1920 census spelling is Wommack, Ernest still in the home. I could not find them in the 1910 census. Thank you for the post Johnny, I did not have some of the death dates and places of burial.
Wednesday, July 30, 2003 at 12:04:47 (PDT)
Would like to exchange information with anyone who researching this Womack
family of Kentucky and Missouri.
Joseph Alexander Womack b. Aug 20 1839 KY; d. Dec 26 1901 Butler Co, MO
married Mary Ann Melinda Grogan on May 11 1857 Christian Co, KY; Joseph Alexander son of Chapman Womack and Nancy Moore
Mary Ann Melinda Grogan b. Mar 17 1840 NC; d. Feb 6 1918 Butler Co, MO; Mary Ann daughter of William Grogan and Mary Crook
1. William b. Mar 6 1860 KY; d. Oct 30 1933 Butler Co, MO; married Edith Gardner abt 1883
2. Sarah Cornilia b. Aug 25 1862 KY; d abt 1931; married William Lee Holifield Dec 15 1878 Graves Co, KY
3. Araetta Frances b. 1865 KY; d. 1927; married John Rufus Weaks
4. John C. b. Oct 1867 KY; married 1st Nancy Wilson Butler Co, MO; married 2nd Anna, Butler Co, MO
5. Lavina Mary b. Feb 7 1870 Bates County, MO; d. Jan 6 1947 Butler Co, MO; married Edgar Helm Oct 12 1890 Butler Co, MO
6. Pearl Henry b. Sep 23 1876 KY; d. Oct 20 1899 Butler Co, MO