July 2004 Message Archive

Thursday, July 01, 2004 at 05:14:19 (PDT)
Myra McAllister

Thank you for your reply, Ann, will get with Markie Owen and see what we can come up with. Thanks again, Myra

Thursday, July 01, 2004 at 06:56:55 (PDT)

Well Ladies and Germs
21 more working days and Ole Johnny Paycheck's song applies!!

Thursday, July 01, 2004 at 14:51:51 (PDT)
Penny Bennett Casey

I am looking for any information on Adin Mason B. 1774 probably Virginia, D. about 1827 Tenn. He married Mary (Polly) Womack Dec. 1806 in Campbell Co., Va. She was the daughter of Alexander Womack.
Adin Mason was my great great great grandfather.

I have lots of Mason info to share if anyone is interested.

Saturday, July 03, 2004 at 04:59:51 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Roger, Sam, Webmaster (whoever runs this site)
I was in the Martinsburg, WV library yesterday and came across a book "Genealogies of Virginia Families" Vol V (R-Z). In a section titled "Womack Records" by Rev. F.C. Symonds, DD (Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Lynchburg, VA). He seems to have gathered quite a bit of information, some of it repeats of what I've seen on here, however, quite a bit seems new. It is not so much a genealogy as it is 24 pages of references to different Womacks in VA and NC from the 1600s to the mid 1800s. Womack's were also mentioned in three of the other four volumes of this set and I made copies of all of it.
Now my question, If I scan all this to a PDF format would you be interested in loading it to the site?

Sunday, July 04, 2004 at 11:25:11 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

Well folks, here are a few interesting links for ya'll
has cemetery listings for Hancock, Jones and Baldwin Counties.
Alas, the Sherwood Womack family cemetery is not listed and so continues to be lost - I'm now on the look out for an early 1800s Hancock Co. map that may show the exact location of the plantation and hopefully cemetery. There are a few Womacks in Jones and Baldwin - many Rogers, but generally not many early graves. A nice set up, though for those databases.

Meanwhile, over in Jackson Co., GA, a DVD or CD set of known cemeteries (with photos and GPS co-ordinates of locations) is available (haven't seen it, don't know if it has Womacks or McDonalds or what - but it sounds way cool), costs $60. AND in Gwinnett Co., they have an updated CD of cemetery inscriptions, also haven't seen whether Womacks are in it. Those last 2 are available from the Gwinnet Co. HS - http://www.gwinnetths.org/Publications/Store/ProdSummary.ASP?ItemType=Book
will get you the catalog.

If anyone happens to have the Greene Co., AL cemetery book - which is out of print, could you look up and see if the John Warburton Womack family is listed, as well as the Marcus Wrights? (Gen. Wright is in Arlington National, but apparently some of the relations were buried back in AL) If they are in there, I think I can track a copy down....

Oh, and Judy, about the only thing I know at this point about Aley Rogers Womack Smith is that they were apparently in the 1840 census in Troup Co., GA and that judging from that, they probably had 2 sons and a daughter under 5 at the time. I did find a Smith family in Troup Co. in 1850, but I really can't tell if it was the same one, given that Aley wasn't in the family and the name on Nathaniel was iffy. I have looking for a will or other info on Nathaniel N. Smith that might list children on my massive list of things to do in GA.

Monday, July 05, 2004 at 12:10:49 (PDT)
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Tuesday, July 06, 2004 at 02:37:32 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Does anyone have a ref. on Carter Womack in the 1840 census? I assume it's in Tenn. somewhere but those indexes are out of whack.

Tuesday, July 06, 2004 at 04:57:54 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Ignore the previous post - I meant to ask about David Womack - Carter's son - I think based on the birthplaces of his children from the 1850 census - he should be in TN in 1840 - does anyone have a census record for him?

Thursday, July 08, 2004 at 11:36:27 (PDT)

Looks like we have another Womack singer on the loose

Drew Womack with the Sons of the Desert - anyone know anything of his line??

By the way I reported that thang Roger deleted to msn/hotmail also..

Thursday, July 08, 2004 at 17:54:58 (PDT)
Rick Womack

I am trying to find the parents of Peter Womack b c.1796 m. Priscilla and his brother Henry P Womack b c. 1790 m. Temperance. Both brothers lived in Lincoln County TN in 1860. Any help would be great!

Thursday, July 08, 2004 at 20:05:24 (PDT)

If you would like more info on the Sons of the Desert - go here:


It appears Drew has an older brother, Tim, who is also in the group -

Friday, July 09, 2004 at 14:12:20 (PDT)
Jack Williams

WILLIAMS,information for Benjamin Franklin Born 1832 ?N.C. or East TN. traveled to St Louis,Mo age 12,then to either AR. or Southern Il. I hAVE lost all provable material, Hs wife called Polly died in Benton Co. Ar. 1902 He died insame area 1899 5 daughters born in Richland Co. Il.on son same given name born Garfield,Benton Co.,ar 1871?, He was called Frank married Ida Elizabeth STANIFORD, had 1 daughter Lillie,and Beaula(stillborn),6 sons born Ar. and Ks. My aol is not on any more but I have jwms30@msn.com or the web address. pony mail 408 Phadral Point,Hot Springs,AR.,71913-9260. Thank you for reading this and answering it before it is to late for me....JW

Friday, July 09, 2004 at 17:06:25 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Just in time for the weekend - new information to ponder. I did a search of this site and didn't see this information. So here goes.

From Records I was checking at the Arlington, VA library today --

"Births from the Bristol Parish Register: 1720 to 1798"

1. William son of William and Martha Womack born 10th of September last and baptized Jan 19th 1723/4

2. Laurana daughter of Elizabeth Womeck born March 20, 1728

"Marriages of Henrico County 1608 to 1800"
1. Jan 25, 1697 - Timothy Harris and Elizabeth Womack (Deeds, etc 1697-1679 page 96)

2. November 22, 1708 - John Moseby and Martha Womack, daughter of Abraham Womack (Deeds, Wills, Etc 1706-1709 page 188)

3. Before October 5, 1725 Daniel Nunnaly and Susanna Womack, widow of William Womack, (Orphans Court, 1677-1739, page 54)

This marked an appearance of the Nunnaly and Harris names long before I had refrernce to them.

Saturday, July 10, 2004 at 06:34:07 (PDT)
Rebecca Ellis

Looking for Lilly Dell Womack who married John Cameron Smith with son Woodfin Grady Smith born March 04, 1912 in Haw RIver Township, Chatham Co., NC.

I believe that John and Lilly also had an older son named Albert Lee Smith.

Do any of these names connect for you?


Saturday, July 10, 2004 at 21:00:55 (PDT)
Don Womick

What do I need to do to submit DNA for testing my Wom{i|a}ckness? I'm pretty sure of my line back to Isom Womick (1808-82) from the Rutherford County, NC, censuses during his lifetime, but beyond that the information I have is sketchy, to put it charitably: I have one reference on the web to a Thomas Womack, supposedly the son of Thomas and Louvisa and the father of Isom. Would a DNA test tend to confirm this, based on the DNA of members of better-known lines?

Sunday, July 11, 2004 at 06:33:55 (PDT)
Jack Womack

DNA has become a valuable tool for research and has and will further lineages. It is necessary to have some documented idea of a persons ancestors as far as is possible. If and when you decide to test please do so with a reputable lab such as Relative Genetics in Salt Lake. The test is easy and the results from them can be trusted. You would then have to submit your results to Robert Burke who has privy to all the Womack test. Also submitting your markers to the Y-Base.org will increase the chances of a match with other DNAs from other countries as well as those posted there by our group of donors. I have my DNA posted on several databases in hopes of a random match. To date dna has led to the discovery of the parents of Thomas A. the spouse of Louvisa, thereby proving my lineage back to Abraham 1644. Some of the Womack testees in our group have not posted their markers in the Y Base. You can go to www.ybase.org and search for the Womack surname and its variations and see the markers for many Womacks and some others who are exact matches, I speak of the Blanton surname that led to Thomas Womack and his full brother Archee Blanton. There are many "close" matches that deviate by one marker who are posted there.
The deviation of one or two markers may only be a mutation or indicate a distance from the family group. In one incident I found an adopted Womack descendant who's ancestor had been raised by his grandparents and went by their surname. Adoptions and children being raised by other relatives were common in the Colonial and Civil War period when so many fathers died and the widow was fourced to return to her parents or remary as soon as she could. The odds of finding a persons roots are greatly increased by DNA so go for it.

Sunday, July 11, 2004 at 09:20:23 (PDT)
melody smith

i am trying to locate a foster mom who took care of my daughter in oct.1981.she was at east alabama medical center from 09-28 thru 10-07-1981.dr.r freeman was her doctor. her death certificate says her name is lisa marie hinnant.her father steve hinnant put that on her death certificate because he wanted to name her lisa. her birth certificate says brandy marie pruitt and steves name is not on her birth certificate.she was born june 13 and he put may 13 1981 on the certificate.i can not find any records of her. the hospital said she was not their.both certificates do not have a state seal.my friend abby said her foster mom went to pick her up from her nap and she was dead. the time of death was 8 a.m.please help me.thank you. melody pruitt

Monday, July 12, 2004 at 13:47:35 (PDT)
lily jo Bray (Whiteley)

I am looking for inofrmation about the Jonathan Mote ca1707 desendants through David Mote 1733, Bristol Parish VA. I have researched the Mote's from Jonathan ca1707 through David down to current time for my family line. My grandfather was Roy Dietz Mote only s/o 1832 Jonathan Mote and Rebecca Naylor Dietz. I got most of the information from Quaker records before my ggrandfather Jonathan Mote b: 1832 who married first wife Margaret Rush in OH.

I would like to know if there is a Mote family reunion. I heard many years ago that there is supposed to be one in the fall of each year. If anyon has any information about the reunion please let me know via email or telephone: 858-756-1906.Thank you

Thursday, July 15, 2004 at 10:03:11 (PDT)
Wanda Scadden

I have read every posting,sometimes with glee and sometimes with bewilderment! I am the daughter of a Frank Womack, Oklahoma. I have 4 half sisters who do not know I exist. I have over 1400 people in my family tree, all maternal. While researching, trying to find Frank, I came across a Wyoming list of WWII Veterans. Thomas Earl and Eddie Ray Womack. Eddie is listed as U.S. Army. Does anyone have these two in there line? Thank-you

Friday, July 16, 2004 at 06:32:43 (PDT)
Roger Womack

Wanda, Thomas and Eddie were the children of William Carney Womack and Grace Everhart. Get in touch!!

Friday, July 16, 2004 at 23:43:46 (PDT)
Chad Lemmons

Searching for information on Thomas Oscar Wommack mar. Josie Iola Prader. Had three children Ralph, Harvey Leon, and my grandmother Ola Mae Wommack Lemmons born in 1919 in Scotland Neck, Halifax county, North Carolina. Any information on any of these people will be greatly appreciated.

Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 00:06:00 (PDT)
Chad Lemmons

Correction to my previous message. Thomas Oscar Wommack mar. Josie Iola Draper, not Prader. Had 3 children, Ralph born 1914, Ola Mae born 1919, and Harvey Leon born 1921. Any information on these names will be greatly appreciated.

Monday, July 19, 2004 at 13:53:54 (PDT)
Ardy McIntosh

Believe Lucinda Womack may be our Native American connention, i.e. Cherokee. She was born in NC in 1803 (accurate with in a couple of years) to Abner Womack and his wife, Martha Drucilla Harrelson. Believe Lucinda's name was Lucy-Blue-Eye Waumukie. Any assistance in documenting this information would be much appreciated. Lucinda married Claiborne Pigg (and 3 additional husbands), spent most of her adult life in Sullivan Co., IN, died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Filbert (Philbert)Fry in Greene County IN. She was about 102 when she died. She is buried in Antioch Cemetery, a rural cemetery north of Dugger, Greene county, IN.

Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at 12:29:03 (PDT)

What you are saying is that Lucinda's mother was a Cherokee?? We know Abner
wasnt, or at least not full anyway --

Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at 15:06:05 (PDT)
Penny Ganje-Barton


I think Lucinda's mother was Martha Drucilla Byars and Martha's mother was Druscilla Harrelson b 1750. Martha's father was Nathan Byars b 1749. I think both parents were born in NC; however Druscilla may have been b in VA.

Lucy married John Pigg and they had a son named Clairborn(e)b about 1834. Lucinda was born August 29, 1803 and died July 19, 1908, which would make her almost 105 years old when she died. She died in Green County, IN.

Lucy and John(Jack)Pigg b about 1799/1800 had 7 children, 4 males and 3 females.

Lots of information on Rootsweb. I found children for Lucy and Jack on Family


Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at 15:07:28 (PDT)
Penny Ganje-Barton

Oops, that should be Ardy not Andy. Sorry.

Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at 20:45:40 (PDT)

after careful thought and consulation with others, whom I will not mention, who the hades gave you that information and what kinda rope was they smoking??

How the hades did two people who were not American Indians - have a daughter that was?? Unless adopted?

Its about time some people got tis crazy idea that a Womack is an Indian - there are some registered as such but only because they were women that married into Womacks and on down as ancestors -- NO WOMACK IS 100% AMERICAN INDIAN!!!

Man in 32 years in this hobby or whatever, never heard such crap...

Wednesday, July 21, 2004 at 16:58:51 (PDT)
Phyllis Warmack

Looking for any info on a Jesse P Warmack born in Al around 1854. He married Emma Nelson of Ga. Had a daughter Mattie and also some sons ans possibly another daughter named Lula. Mattie married S R Smyley in 1896. The Warmacks had lived in Etowah, Cherokee, Benton and Cleburne Counties in Al. There may have been others. They were known to travel between Ga and Al. Would appreciate any info. Thank you.

Wednesday, July 21, 2004 at 16:59:10 (PDT)
Phyllis Warmack

Looking for any info on a Jesse P Warmack born in Al around 1854. He married Emma Nelson of Ga. Had a daughter Mattie and also some sons ans possibly another daughter named Lula. Mattie married S R Smyley in 1896. The Warmacks had lived in Etowah, Cherokee, Benton and Cleburne Counties in Al. There may have been others. They were known to travel between Ga and Al. Would appreciate any info. Thank you.

Wednesday, July 21, 2004 at 20:36:48 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

I found this tidbit looking around the library this evening - comments as to which Abraham and William are welcome.

Will of Michael Wallace - Prince Georges County - Martins Brandon Parish probated July 9, 1753 (abstract from "Some Wills from the Burned Counties: And other Wills not Listed in 'Virginia Wills and Estates 1632-1800' " by William Lindsey Hopkins; Richmond, VA 1987
" Wife Jean Wallace. Son Benjamin Wallace. Daughter Elizabeth Wommack a slave now in the possession of Susanna Wallace. Martha Denton, daughter of James Denton. Jeremiah Denton, son of James Denton. Daughter Susanna Wallace. Granddaughter Susanna Aacock, daughter of John Aacock. My seven children (not named). Excrs: Jean Wallace and Abraham Wommock. Wit: George Mills, Jr., Phebe Wammock, William Wammock.

Thursday, July 22, 2004 at 09:07:56 (PDT)
Jack Womack

After spending all these years searching the LDS family site I can only draw one conclusion the info there is greatly flawed and many are basing their genealogy from what is posted there. Why do I think this? For the simple matter that I read hundreds of genealogies that have the earmarks of being copied verbatim one from another with the same mistakes in them. Most of what is posted there is by the aforesaid compilers and has little or no documentation to back it up. While I and others have notified many of the writers of flawed genealogies of the known mistakes and sent documentation to back it up, they never correct it. This creates a domino effect resulting in more flawed info being passed on to the next unwiting researcher. What we need is a central data base of documented information information, indexed for those newbie genealogist
to search from. The nearest thing to this is Rogers pages posting census, birth, and other certifiable records. Sam puts a lot on his pages, Ann is precise in her info also along with other crediable researchers.
The idea behind the WGN is to unite all researchers in a common goal and to help one another arrive at a well founded record of their lineage. To do this all posted info on this board should cite the supporting evidence when possible.
Maybe we need a page of flaws and fixes added to this site.
Many thanks to those who do provide links for supporting docs..

Thursday, July 22, 2004 at 09:42:41 (PDT)

Jack and Others:
The info I post usually comes from a census record or record like that posted on Wallace below -- whether or not one uses any of the info is fine, but draw your own conclusions and verify supporting documentation also --

I have a book on the Dentons - there is also a web page of mine that has the
"Denton Conenction" as I remember - or at least I think it is still there - the Dentons married into my line somewhere back there --

6 more days till retirement and I have 4 days vacation time left!!

Thursday, July 22, 2004 at 10:31:30 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

Sam, I don't use the IGI. Period. It's aggravating, and 50% of the time it's just plain wrong but you never know which 50%.

Jack, if I start up with the number of fictious Womack stories I've come across, I'll pitch a fit. If I hear one more word about Ashley or Ashby Womack, I'm going to throw something at my computer......! Actually, it wouldn't do much harm to write up a FAQs - a "before you ask and we start yelling at you" page. Ashby is one of my particular bugs, "grandma was a Cherokee" is one of Sam's, the "three Irish brothers who sailed to the US on a coal boat" is another good one.

In the meantime, I'm chained to my sewing machine on some complicated projects, so I'm not doing a whole lot of research unless I'm doping off on the sewing projects (it happens!) for the next few weeks. It's too darned hot to think anyway.


Thursday, July 22, 2004 at 19:51:35 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Okay - I got this in the mail today from a sweet woman from the RAOGK website, who was trying to find the gravesite of my GG Grandmother Mary Elizabeth Crenshaw Womack, widow of Jordan Henry Womack. Mary remarried (she's in the logan county marriage list as Mrs. M. E. Womack) in 1900 and then was granted the following divorce decree. I know most on this site don't follow this particular line but this was just too funny to pass up.

In the Chancery Court Southern District of Logan County, Arkansas, September term 1908.

Jonathan Ervin, Plaintiff
Mary E. Ervin, Defendant -- Complaint of Equity

Comes Jonathan Ervin, plaintiff in this cause and says: The he is a resident of the southern district of Logan County, and has been a bonafied [sic] resident of the state of Arkansas, for more than Forty years next before bringing this suit:

That he was lawfully married to the defendant Mary e. Ervin in said District, County and State on the 2nd day of Aug. 1900.

That plaintiff and defendant lived hapily [sic] together until the 29th, day of July 1907:

That on the 28th day of July two of defendants Sons came to my house staid all night, the next morning which was the 29th, they without my knowledge or consent loaded her plunder into their wagons, then they put her into a hack, hauled her off and I have never been able to persuaid [sic] her to lve [sic] with me since:

That this desersion [sic], and abandonment is without any cause on the part of this plaintiff.

That the cause of divorce herein occurred and existed in this state, and within the last five years next before the bringing of this suit.

Wherefore premises considerd [sic], plaintiff prays for a decree of dviorce dissolving the Bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between plaintiff and defendant, an d in duty bound will ever pray.

It is signed Jonathan Ervin, pltff by Castillebury Arbuckle [That’s what I make it] – Arbuckle is a fairly common name in those parts.

What makes this all the more amusing is that at the time of their wedding in 1900 - He is 74 years old and she is 54 or 56 - so he's an 82 year old man filing for divorce. He dies four years later and needless to say Mary is not a legetee.

Friday, July 23, 2004 at 05:42:16 (PDT)
Doretta Noland

Some WOMACK connections.....Miles Womack's and Frances Hawkins' daughter, Mary C. Womack maybe never married. She did have an affair with Littlejohn S. McCargo who died May 1889 Halifac Co.,VA and he mentions in his will both of Mary's children. He also mentions that Mary C. was deceased. Now both of these children, Lilly/Lillie Womack and Jefferson Davis Womack married into the Halifax Co.,VA Hudsons. Jefferson married first a Hudson and second a Sneed who seems to also have Hudson family connections of some kind. Now Miles Womack's sister, Mary married Feb 22, 1813 Halifax Co.,VA Julius Caesar Hudson who seems to be connectioned to the family of Tabitha Hudson who married Abraham Womack. There are two marriage years given for Abraham and Tabitha. Now one date is BEFORE and the other date is AFTER Halifax became a county. The after date maybe could be the correct one since I don't understand how you can record a marriage in a county before it becomes a county and has a county seat. Littlejohn S. McCargo's grandfather was James Clary Callicoat (name spelled lots of ways) who married for his second wife Susannah, the widow of George Brooke. Anyway, James Clary Callicoat's father was William Callicoat of Amelia C.,VA. William Callicoat was a man who owned, bought and sold lots of land. Patent #31 of 913 acres, he pattened in Amelia Co., VA on 3 July 1752 (pg.142 Land Grants). These acres were on both sides of Ellis's Fork of Flatt Creek and on both sides of the road bounded by WOMACK's corner and other surnames mentioned were Childers, Duprey, Villans (or Williams?),etc. Later on the 6 Dec 1753 William Callicoat patented #32 for 241 acres (pg 328) on the head of Buffalo Creek Forks of Nottoway River. This patent was then in Amelia Co.,VA, but where it is located now I don't know. Maybe Prince Edward Co.,VA which was formed from Amelia in 1754. Earlier on 9 April 1745 William Callicoat bought 44 acres on lower side of Little Creek from Isaac Hudson. (Deed Book 2, page 148 Amelia Co.,VA). William did a lot more buying not mentioned here. Besides his son, James Clary Callicoat, William had four daughters. Two of the girls married men with the surname of Brooke and two of the girls married men with the surname of Mann. William Callicoat's will was written on 4 June 1765 Amelia C., VA, but death date is not known. In this will he mentions giving 200 acres of land to his daughter Tabby. This land was adjoining WOMACK and Ligon Rd. I would love to hear thoughts and comments on any part of the above posting. Also I am looking for proof and doc. on any of the above. Doretta

Saturday, July 24, 2004 at 04:12:59 (PDT)
Judy Hosey Haymond

I am trying to find the parents of my G-Grandmother Lona B. Windon or Winden, she was born aroung 1863 in Greenbrier Co. Some said she was raised by Haycheach or Hezekiah Lewis, I don't know that for a fact.She married Alex Dotson, son of Peter and Sally Dotson, My G-Grandfather Dotson was born in Nicholas Co. They are all buried in the Fields Cemetery at Nettie, W. Va. If anyone can help me, please e-mail me at Jud046@msn.com. Thanks.

Saturday, July 24, 2004 at 07:59:21 (PDT)

'Mornin' all,

I attended my annual Boatman family reunion a few weeks ago in New Mexico and while I was there, I starting digging thru' a big box of pictures that someone had brought. Someone at my reunion brought the old pictures and had sat the box on a table in the corner of the room. I grabbed up any pics I saw that were of my grandpa Boatman, and any I could find of Briscoes, or of Womacks. After digging thru' them for about two hours, (there were hundreds and hundreds of photos to look thru') Before I left, I reached into that big box and grabbed me a big handful of pictures to take home with me. We were told at the Reunion that we could keep whatever photos we wanted, out of that box. When I got home a few days later, I looked at each one of the pictures, to see what all I ended up with. All of the pictures that I saw from that box are very old and a few of them were even the old 'tin-type' photographs. I grabbed one picture that is an old tin-type of my great great grandmother Eliza Jane Womack; daughter of Thomas Jefferson Womack. It's one I had never seen before, of course. In the photograph she is wearing a cowboy-type dress and boots. As I looked thru' the rest of the pictures I took home with me, I found the following photos among them: A pretty dark haired woman with the name 'Junee Womack' written on the back; Several photos of a man named Dave Briscoe; in some of them he is photographed standing next to an unidentified woman; A photo of a pretty woman standing in an empty field with the name 'Willie BRISCOE-Capland' written on the back. I dont' know who Junee Womack was or Dave Briscoe. I've asked some of my elderly kinfolk but they don't have any idea either. The photos are all pretty old but in good shape. The one of Junee Womack is in real good shape. You'd think that I'd know who these people are, but I don't. I do know who all the Boatmans are who are in some of the photos with Dave Briscoe, but that's about it. Just thought I'd post those names in case someone knows who they are. There were a lot of the photos from that box that were not Boatmans, but were Briscoes, Womacks, etc. I looked thru' the photos until I started to go blind, haha. So that's when I reached in and grabbed me a big hand full, just before we left to come home that last day. Had I had more time, I would have sat and gone thru' each and every photo in that box.

Saturday, July 24, 2004 at 13:31:58 (PDT)
L. W. Shell

I'm looking for help with a Jennie Womack, born about 1876, daughter of George F .and Mary J. Womack. She married a doctor William J. Magee, Jr., in Trinity County, Texas, in 1904.

I'd like assistance on (1) her exact birthdate and place, (2) her obituary, year unknown, (3) any children, and (4) Dr. Magee's siblings, if any.

Monday, July 26, 2004 at 06:54:51 (PDT)

For L W Shell
Is there any possibility that Jennie was William's second marriage??

There was a William Joseph Magee in Trinity Co TX that married there in 1889.
Jennie was on the 1880 census with her parents and some sibs as age 3. Which
would put her at around age 27 when she married - give or take a year or two.

This William was born around 1866 and died abt 1941.

Monday, July 26, 2004 at 13:30:34 (PDT)
Andrea Phillips

I am trying to find the names of my great grandfathers parents. His name was Earl C. Womack (womac). He was born in Cleveland TN on Feb. 7 1887. He had one brother that I know of named Ernest. Earl married Mary A. Woods in Cleveland on May 16 1907. Mary's parnets were W.D. and Fannie Woods. Earl and Mary had 7 children, five of which were born in Cleveland...Clarence, Hazel, Chester, Frances,and Lorena. The family relocated to LaPort Indiana in 1919. Any information would be helpfull.

Wednesday, July 28, 2004 at 07:11:31 (PDT)
Lenny Green

I am hoping to find someone who may be able to identify the JONES that married Mary Womack, per the statement below;

From Autobiography of John K. Bain:

"Grandmother Benton (Mary Womack Benton) died at Father's (Peter Bain)house at the age of eighty-five. Her maiden name was Womack. She and her husband(Jones) and children lived in South Carolina in time of the Revolutionary War. After the War, they started to move to Kentucky, and in crossing a river, her husband and all the children were drowned except for a boy Wellman, and girl Elizabeth. She, herself, was washed down the river and caught some bushes until she was rescued. After she got to Kentucky, she later married the widower David Benton."

Does anyone know of a Wellman Womack?

Thank you

Wednesday, July 28, 2004 at 22:26:44 (PDT)
Chad Lemmons

I'm searching for Levi and Lucy Wommack of North Carolina. Known children are Thomas Oscar b. 1881, Jordan, and Maggie. On a Google search I saw a message from Ancestry.com with "Edgecombe County Will Abstracts 1858-1910 p. 83: Will of Elizabeth Lane in 1901 identified Lucy Wommack as wife of Levi Wommack." Anything will be greatly appreciated.


Thursday, July 29, 2004 at 20:53:54 (PDT)
maarilynn Horner

I am searching for a connection for Calvin Whitson who was a U.S. Marshal under judge Issac Parker to John W. whitson who is the first recorded Whitson to inter Arkansas. Our family have researched every known avenue to connect Calvin, my great grandfather, to his Virginia family beginnings in late 1500's to early 1600's. We are almost there! Can you help?

Friday, July 30, 2004 at 07:16:51 (PDT)

In approximately 1 hr 45 mins, Jul 30, 2004, 9am AZ Standard time, I will be
officially retired -- then mebbe can get in to this jinny-olly-gee stuff a lil bettah!!

Friday, July 30, 2004 at 15:14:38 (PDT)
David Womack

Congrats Sam!

Friday, July 30, 2004 at 19:16:42 (PDT)
Darrel and Judy Womack

Sam good luck

When Darrel retired in 1997, he thought that he had time to do everthing. Lots of luck, Darrel is now more busy, and has a fuller schedule then when he was working. We still can't travel when we want. When you retire your body slows down,and it takes longer to get things done. May be it is because he's at the computer more and longer and found e-bay. Make us all proud Sam, when you find the missing Womack links. Happy retirement.

Saturday, July 31, 2004 at 06:33:57 (PDT)
Wanda Eyre

I am searching for info on my G.G.G.Grandfather Julius Washington Milligan b.1777 in Ky. D. 14 Sept. 1839 in Anderson Co. TN. his married Catherine Hart in 1799 in Greene Co. KY. she was b/ 1782 in KY. d.Aft, 1850 in Tn. they had 7 children for which I have their names,I would like to know who their parents were, any help would be ever so grateful. Thank you Wanda

Saturday, July 31, 2004 at 09:26:36 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

Happy Retirement Sam!!!

If you need lists of things to do, I've got plenty! Ann

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