August 2004 Message Archive

Sunday, August 01, 2004 at 21:02:22 (PDT)
Jack Womack

YOU HAVE A VIRUS... Well not really but you could have and not know it.
Don't over-react, go overboard, or panic. Most times a Worm or Trojan horse is considered low risk.

You may have tried to surf to a favorite site or to Google and can not access them. Several virus that are going around may have used your mail list to send a denial of service attack against their servers. a DOS attack simply means that enough mail list have tried to access the server to overload it and shut it down. With 1 in 3 computers in the US infected with a virus , worm or trojan horse yours could be one of them. NOT ME! you say, are you sure of what is hiding in your PC. The Seethrough-E and other trojans have the ability to hide from an anti virus program and open a back door to your machine and you will never know it.

My advice:
1. Don't trust *any* attachment; scan each one. (But what else is new...)
2. Update your antivirus signature today.
3. Do a quick, free Internet scan with trendmicro's housecalls. It's a great online virus checker that's always current, and the one I use.
(Note: Thee first time Housecalls runs on your PC, it'll ask if it can download a small program on your PC. It's safe to do it.)

I also do a virus scan with my Anti-Virus program occasionaly which I update daily. In addition I also use the AVERT Stinger that scans for 48 known Trojans and virus it is a free program from Mc Afee and does a nice job but is limited in the number of virus it scans. It is at It can be downloaded and an Icon placed on the desk top to run it from or you can run it from your Download File. This one catches the older versions that are making a comeback.
I for one have 25 years of genealogy on my machine and do not want to loose it to some script that some 15 year old kid wrote because he was bored. We must all work together to stop the spread of malicious attempts to disrupt the web and/or disable our computers. Back up is the word for today but make sure you don't back up a virus to boot.

Monday, August 02, 2004 at 07:27:35 (PDT)
Don Womack

Sam, ditto on everyone else's best wishes on your retirement. Good luck on your quest in the South.

Monday, August 02, 2004 at 18:45:44 (PDT)

Well, here I am in Ft Stockton TX, and believe it or not there is a Womack in the phone book!! got phone number and addy - will contact later...

Wait till I get to San Angelo tomorrow!!

And Ann and Don thanks for the encouraging words

Monday, August 02, 2004 at 19:16:14 (PDT)
Jack Womack

Hi Sam
We have a Womack descendant in San Angelo also, He is Dave Schoff, look him up ,nice guy and on the way to his house there is a Womack Veternarian who has a office there.

Monday, August 02, 2004 at 19:19:21 (PDT)
Jack Womack

Hi Sam
We have a Womack descendant in San Angelo also, He is Dave Schoff, look him up ,nice guy and on the way to his house there is a Womack Veternarian who has a office there. Dave is a descendant of Anderson.

Tuesday, August 03, 2004 at 01:37:21 (PDT)
Heather Gilbert

Hi all, I'm hoping I can find some more info on my Wommack ancestry, I'm rying to do a nice tree for my gramps for Christmas!
Gramps is Thomas A. Wommack, son of Otis Wommack and Elta Burke. Otis was the son of Frank Madison Wommack and Mary Mathis. Frank was the son of Madison Wilson Wommack and Neata Bass. From there it is not sourced or anything, but I have hunches all the way back to England that I would like to confirm! I think that Madison WIlson's father was Daniel, then Richard, Thomas, Abraham, Richard, William B., William Charles Augustus, Lawrence, Arthur, WIlliam. Any help is most appreciated. If I make contact with anyone that needs it, I can take pics of the Cedar Bluff Cemetery and Bass Chapel Cemetery here in Greene Co., MO where there are many Wommacks and Womacks buried! Just email me if you need the pics.

Heather Gilbert

Tuesday, August 03, 2004 at 17:49:47 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

Heather, well, off the bat - you can stop at the Virginia shores. Charles Augustus Womack is a fig newton - a figment of someone's fertile imagination. AND we're not descended from Lawrence.

Other than that, it seems like you are more or less on the right line.

Daniel, Richard "Dickey", Thomas, Abraham II, Abraham, John the hog thief, William is how I have that line, but it's not mine, so I'm not up on it. Ann

Tuesday, August 03, 2004 at 19:40:41 (PDT)
royce gibson

Hi, all
Sam - happy retirement! If your travels take you as far East as this little spot of heaven in WV - look me up.
I found another genealogy done by the Rev. Dr. Seymond tonight in the Alexandria Library. I'll get it scanned in the next few days and send it to you. You are stopping a job and I'm just starting a new one -- which on first glance seems designed to kill me. If you don't hear from me again - I went stark raving mad and can be found somewhere in the hills running around nekkid - mumbling about missed deadlines.

Tuesday, August 03, 2004 at 19:54:22 (PDT)
royce gibson

Just a few listings from "Greenville County Marriages 1781 to 1853" compiled by John Voght and T. William Kethy, Jr. Iberian Publishing; Athens, GA; 1989

Delilah Womack and Lodwick Thompson married 3/18/1793 - bondsman Richard Gilliam

Mary Womack and Presly Britt married 5/27/1796 - daughter of William Womack who gives consent. Bondsman Benjamin Reives. Witness Truner Williams. Minister William Andrews (methodist) June 4, 1796.

Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 05:07:33 (PDT)

Could be the Lawrence who was the unk of the Lawrence evah one wants to be from? However you are right about stopping at the VA shores - and at the
Richard,Abe and John bunches for now...

Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 13:22:25 (PDT)
Heather Gilbert

Okay, I guess I need some real help, then! Am I right in thinking that the first William is William B. Womack who married Mary Jane Allen? From there it goes to the John the Hog Thief (but whom did he marry?), but I have no marriage or children info for him. I'm not wanting stuff just handed to me, but I have no idea where to look since I thought I had gotten all of my info from a reliable resource (she claimed to have been researching her family tree for 30 yrs). I guess I learned my lesson! :-) The hog theif story does sound intriguing, though-lol. I have a relly on my granny's side that was acquitted for horse theivery and burned the courthouse down because he didn't like the idea of any records existing that he was even suspected. Talk about the good old days!

Heather Gilbert

Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 14:04:33 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

Heather, the thing to do is work backwards from who you know to who you don't. BUT, on the bright side, John the hog thief (also wife beater and apple stealer) managed to get himself in the court records of the time, so for him and his wife (Mary Akin) you just need to read the Edward Pleasants Valentine papers which has abstracts of the relavent documents. If you have an subscription, that book is there electronically but if you are near a large genealogy library they probably have a copy....Womacks are in...gosh, the 3rd volume? I think...the problem you'll find with some of the John lines is that, basically, no one say 100 years ago (or less in some cases) liked to be descended from such a black sheep and so....embellished or edited....

Anyway, yes, William in this case would be William the immigrant, married to Mary said to be Mary Jane Allen.....the B you have I don't know where it came from.

Several generations of that line married into the Owens family, so it does get a wee bit confused, but I'm thinking you can get back to Thomas documented fairly easily. I'd have to check...(and I'm off to sew costume for my niece... last fitting this weekend)

If someone is on the John line, whistle up here for Heather!!!! Ann

(Sam, Charles Augustus doesn't hit me as badly as Ashby, but it's close!!)

Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 15:23:49 (PDT)
Heather Gilbert

Thanks so much, Ann--no Ancestry subscription for me, but the local library here in Greene County, MO is awesome and has quite a few VA books in it as well. I will have to get out there soon--we also have 2 LDS libraries, and I'll have to see what they have out there, too!

Heather Gilbert

Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 15:55:31 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

Heather, if you are in MO, possibly your library can borrow from St. Louis Co? They now house the collections of the National Genealogical Society, who I know for a FACT have the Edward Pleasants Valentine papers in circulation. Back when they were in VA, I could borrow it at will. A great resource in MO......

Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 17:34:37 (PDT)
Heather Gilbert

Ann, I just checked online and our library has all 4 volumes in their genealogy dept. The local Genealogy society has donated all of their books to our county library for the general public, so the collection is really pretty extensive. I'm always impressed with the shelves and shelves of books that they have in there. The people who work in the family history dept are also top-notch! Since I'm fairly new to all of this, that really makes a difference!

Heather Gilbert

Thursday, August 05, 2004 at 08:53:27 (PDT)
julie umberger

My ggg grandfather was William Franklin, died Lunenburg, VA, 1836. Will on file there.

He married Millie Jackson in 1792 in pr.edward co. They had several children.

about 1810 he was married to Edith Womack who was the daughter of Josiah Womack and Kesiah Wilkinson Womack. Josiah died circa 1800 in Nottoway Co.

Since my gg grandfather, Peter F. Franklin was not born until 1815, Edith Womack was his mother.

children listed in william's will: burwell w., bryant p., mary elizabeth who married wm. bailey, peter f., thomas j., elijah, and john w.r.

anyone have any idea who william's parents might have been?

or more information on edith and her father and mother josiah womack and kesiah wilkinson womack??

hope someone out there has some connections with all this.

thanks a bunch, julie umberger

Thursday, August 05, 2004 at 15:52:20 (PDT)
Jack Womack

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Thursday, August 05, 2004 at 16:42:50 (PDT)
Teena Kinabrew

Several years ago I inherited a small, small estate (junk mostly) from an elderly man who had no family. While going through the "treasures", I came across an 1858 American Cotton Planter A Monthly Southern Rural Magazine signed by an A. S. Wommack; Liberty Hill, GA with a date of January 14, 1859. While I am not sure I'm willing to part with this little bit of history, I am interested in knowing who Mr. Wommack was and something about him. Is this gentleman someone related to any of you?



Thursday, August 05, 2004 at 20:03:47 (PDT)
James Parkhill

I always enjoyed watching Roy Rogers and Dale Evans but didn't know they were distantly related to me. I am descended from Abraham Womack and Sara Worsham through the Price lineage to my father's mother side. Can anyone help me on any other info regarding Abraham and Sara Worsham. Sara Worsham Womack had a brother named Charles who had a son named Francis who had a son named Jeremiah who had a daughter named Martha Wassham who married to David Parkhill, my father's 2nd great grandfather.

Saturday, August 07, 2004 at 08:36:21 (PDT)
Chad Lemmons

I'm going to try this again. Looking for the following names in North Carolina: Thomas Oscar Wommack b. about 1881, his brother Jordan dob. unknown, their sister Maggie dob. unknown. Their parents might be Levi and Lucy dates on these two unknown. Please help. I've been through all the message archives and can't find anything that might be a lead exept for a researcher named Ann Crumpton who said in a message she knew about Womacks in North Carolina and was willing to share what she had but I can't seem to contact her. None of her listed email addresses work. Please help.


Saturday, August 07, 2004 at 17:45:16 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

chad, I sent you and email with an attachment that may help

Sunday, August 08, 2004 at 13:20:56 (PDT)
Chad Lemmons

Thanks for responding to my message and for the attachment in your email. I'm researching my grandmother's people. Her father is the Thomas Oscar Wommack in my last message. I know she was born in Halifax co NC. She remembers her uncle Jordan and aunt Maggie. But she never met the parents of her father or even knew their names. A person in Northhampton co, NC suggested the names of Levi and Lucy Wommack. That's all I have.

Either my grandmother is related to the people in your attachment or it is a cruel irony because the people from your info. have some of the same names don't they. And in the same places. I continue looking.


Sunday, August 08, 2004 at 19:27:16 (PDT)
teressa williams

hello my maden name is teressa puckett my dad"S name is Edward BIll Puckett but my father died 2 year"S ago he has a brother still liveing he is an his 80"S his name is John Roscoe puckett live"S in Hatfield Kentucky that is toward Pikeville Kentucky my dad also had a sister her name was Ruth puckett but she died about 30 year"S ago; my dad's mother name is Fannie Jane Puckett she is also dead died many year"s ago just when i was a young girl; my mom name is Carolyn Dainese puckett she was going by Stewart before she got married to my dad; my dad had 3 children his brother had7 children one died and his sister had 4 children; iam liveing in martin county kentucky if you need to contact me e_mail me at or thanks TERESSA puckett taylor williams; P:S my dad's dad name was Leck puckett also died when my dad was 6 year's old;

Monday, August 09, 2004 at 03:04:23 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Chad, best I can tell you is try to find Thomas Oscar in the 1900 census and see if he's still living with his parents. If you don't have have a subscription to , most libraries have one that you can use on site. Some counties have their census data online - you can try a google searsh for Halifax County. Happy Hunting.

Monday, August 09, 2004 at 03:13:14 (PDT)

I have a bunch of Womack information collected from my Driskill cousin and thought I might find out more from this site and perhaps be able to share information. A sample of my line goes like this:

Richard Womack I -b. 1654
Richard Womack II -b. 1674
Alexander Womack -b. abt 1708
Ann Womack -b. abt 1745 (married Daniel DRISKILL) 5th Gr-Gramma
David Driskill -b. abt 1768
David Driskill Jr. -b. 03 Feb 1818
Christina Driskill -b. 19 Feb 1837 (married Simon Peter KELLEY)
Sarah Magdalene Kelley -b. 02 Dec 1856 (married Jacob GRISSOM)
Charles William Grissom -b. 20 Nov 1890 (Paternal Grandfather)

Would love to share info and possibly fill in some of my missing blanks. Thanks a heap. Tammi

Monday, August 09, 2004 at 06:14:04 (PDT)

Apparently your Driskill and my Driscoll are one and the same and he had two names instead of one - unless she married one he died and then she married a cousin or brother --

Monday, August 09, 2004 at 06:23:17 (PDT)

OOPS! for got this Tammi--

Descendants of Alexander 1 Womack

1 Alexander 1 Womack b: 1710 in Dale Parish, Henrico County, VA d: Bef. Apr 01, 1784 in Campbell Co VA
...+Martha 2 b: Abt. 1720
....2 Jane 03 Womack
........+Unknown Tomison b: Bet. 1714 - 1760 d: Bet. 1753 - 1837
....2 Martha 2 Womack
........+Robert Rutledge
....2 Matthew Womack b: Aft. 1742 d: Bef. Aug 26, 1782
....2 Alexander 2 Womack b: Aft. 1742 in VA d: in VA?
........+Milly Buckner b: in VA d: in VA
........*2nd Wife of Alexander 2 Womack:
........+Sarah McDearmon b: Bt. 1754 - 1781 d: Bet. 1803 - 1871
....2 Ann 1 Womack b: Abt. 1745
........+Adam Driscoll b: Bet. 1714 - 1760 in Ireland
....2 Judith "Juda" Womack b: Abt. 1745
........+John Richard
....2 Elizabeth 03 Womack b: Abt. 1745 d: Bet. 1746 - 1839
........+Michael Mason b: Bet. 1714 - 1760 d: Bet. 1753 - 1837
....2 Jean Womack b: Abt. 1745 in era
....2 Richard 07 Womack b: Abt. 1755 in Amelia or Prince Edward Co VA d: Sep 04, 1819 in Wilson Co TN?
........+Rachel 2 b: Abt. 1760 d: 1839
....2 David 03 Womack b: Abt. 1765
........+Elizabeth 07

Monday, August 09, 2004 at 06:41:06 (PDT)

WOOHOO!! I've found SOMEONE to connect to. I know that the spelling of Driskill varies, but as with other names that happens all too often. In my Dad's Family Bible, Christina's last name is spelled the way I have it "SKILL" (doesn't mean it's correct though.) But, that is why I put it like that. Anyway, I know my line back to Christina Driskill and have been told about her mother and father and so on by (as stated before) my Driscoll (he spells it with the "o" as well) cousin. As much as I like finding missing pieces to my puzzle, it gives me joy in knowing I have helped someone else in finding something they do not have as well. Is my Womack information correct so far? I have seen stuff on the Internet about the Womack's, but want to make sure. I chuckled a bit when I read an earlier post about the "William Charles Augustus Womack" stuff and how it really irked them. Unfortunately, I was among the nerds that fell for that one :( However, in redemption...I do not claim to be an Indian/Indian descent. I could be...but I don't know. Although, my husband's-cousin's-sister's-friend of the family's-brother's-wife is 100% Choctaw...think that will help me get any $ from the government in retrobution? ;)

Thanks for your reply.


Monday, August 09, 2004 at 07:06:40 (PDT)

Hm? Okay, I don't know where Adam Driscoll came from (could be a brother maybe). All my stuff on the Driskills (spelling change and all) came from my Dad's Bible and John Driscoll cousin. Wasn't it unlikely though for people to get divorced back then? I have my Daniel marrying several times and only assumed (you know what that does) that Anne was dead before he married another wife. I have a son named Adam that was born ~1769. And another thing, unless she travelled across "The Great Pond" and I'm wrong altogether on my Driskill line, I'm trying to make sense out of her marrying Adam in Ireland. I have Anne born and raised here in Virginia. AAAUUUUGGGHHH, so many questions!! Sorry to bother you with this. I really appreciate your comments.


Monday, August 09, 2004 at 11:29:58 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

Tammi, she didn't marry Adam Driscoll in Ireland. Adam was born in Ireland. Ann

Monday, August 09, 2004 at 14:13:32 (PDT)

That's right Ann...I see that now (duh). Anyway, I still don't know who this Adam is.

Does anyone have photos of any/some of the earlier Womacks that would be down my Ann Womack bunch? Again, thank you in advance! Tammi

Monday, August 09, 2004 at 21:50:16 (PDT)
Gertrude McClain Dodson
Easley, S.C.

I am looking for information on James Murray and his wife, Margaret McClain, (Circa. 1772-1840) daughter of John McClain and Jane ? (not Jane Marshall).
Margaret McClain came from Pennsylvania and was in Rutherford County, N.C, by 1775. After their marriage (Circa. 1790) they moved to Haywood & Clay Counties, N.C. I would appreciate any help. I am willing to exchange informaion. Would love to hear from you.

Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 05:52:51 (PDT)

Hi Mark and all of you with VA connections: While trying to learn to use the computor and trying to find proof data, I ran onto the following--#1 Susanna Hubbard married first an unknown WOMACK and then second Walter NUNNELEE. Susanna was the daughter of John and Sally Hubbard of Mecklenburg/Cumberland Cos. VA and Wilkes Co. GA. Susanna's brothers and sisters married into families of Jones, Foster, Akin, Bennett, and Burton.--#2While chasing McCargo I found some of the surname in AL with great pictures and connected to the surname of WARMACK(WOMACK?). Also connected was the surname of CRANK and that line goes back to HALIFAX CO. VA. The CRANKs were also connected to HUDSONs.--#3 In Lunenburg Co. VA, William Rivers married Susan WOMACK before 1823 and later moved to Rhea and McMinn Cos. TENN. --#4 Edward Self of Lunenburg Co. VA in 1761 was a juror with Peter Hudson and in 1761 a witness for an unknown WOMACK and earlier in 1760 Edward Self had sold to William JETER both of Lunenburg Co. VA, 170 acres on the waters of the Meherrin, land adjacent to Brooks, Embry and Cockeran. --I hope these notes are useful to someone. I found the Edward Self note interesting since Mark,s Henry Womack line of Halifax Co. VA uses JETER for a middle name, and my husband's Womacks connect to Mark's Womack line. Can anyone tell me what Womack that Edward Self was a witness for? Thanks Doretta.

Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 10:03:58 (PDT)
Beth Howser


Three of Joseph Johnson's (who died ca. 1761 Lunenburg Co., VA) daughters married the following: Sarah Johnson - Jacob Womack, possibly the son of Richard Womack, III; Susannah Johnson - (William) Peter Hudson, parents unknown to me; Virginia Elizabeth Johnson - Josiah Foster, son of George and Mary Singleton Foster.

The following is an excerpt from Harold Johnson's "Johnson Report": "In this same October (1755 Lunenburg Co., VA) Court, Peter Hudson and Susannah(Johnson), his wife, Plaintiffs were awarded by jury verdict, to wit: John Hubbard, William Mason, Henry Isbell, Nath'l Robertson, Henry Cox, John Mason, Samuel Perrin, Miles Barrot, Evan Stokes, William Gentry, Henry Crenshaw and James Foster, the sum of ninety six pounds current money."

"The same Court date but a different jury, to wit William Mills, Thomas Foster, Peter Pinkstone, John Cox, David Roberts, Dan'l Cargill, Jacab
Colson, John Foster, Penkethman Hawkins, Thomas Hatchett, Francis Howard and Abraham Martin, awarded David Johnson, Plaintiff, ninety nine pounds, eleven shillings and four pence current money...."

The Womack you inquired about could have been Jacob. Can you make a connection with any of the Fosters?.........Josiah, son of George; jurors James and John Foster?

I'll look for a Self connection to any of the children, nieces and nephews of Joseph Johnson.


Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 12:34:55 (PDT)
Chad Lemmons


Do you have anything else on the Levi Womack b. abt 1836 in Halifax co, NC from the attachment you sent me. I found a Levy Wommack in the 1900 census for Edgecombe county, NC. This Levy, according to the census in 1900, is listed as 68 yrs old born in March, 1832. It has his wife Lucy, and 4 out of 8 children listed, Thomas O., Maggie, Lucy, and Martha. Could this Levy be the same person as the Levi on your attachment?

Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 17:17:24 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Chad, lots of Womacks lived in both counties for hundreds of years. I think your find is likely the same couple, especially since it fits with know facts you have about your Levi and Lucy. As I said ealier this Levi was a brother of my ggg-grandfather, so I haven't spent a lot of time documenting that line of research. My next suggestion would be to look at land purchase and inheritance records between 1880 and 1900 and see if you can find Levi moving from Halifax to Edgecombe county and/or see if the county lines shifted in those 20 years. In 1880 the family was at Scotland Neck township in Halifax county. You can also try a website called Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness and see if there is some one in Edgecombe County that will go do a lookup for you. I post stuff as I find it. Hopefully, someone on here will pick up this thread too and you'll hit paydirt. I know my own research has been helped just by checking in here ever so often- never know when Ann will get tired of sewing or Sam will stop by with an annnouncement from on high. :)

Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 17:18:50 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Speaking of SAM - did you get my email ealier this week? I sent it to the MSN account?

Wednesday, August 11, 2004 at 04:38:38 (PDT)


1 Susan Womack 1806 - 1863 b: Abt. 1806 in Lunenburg Co VA d: May 1863 in Prob TN m. Apr 10, 1817, Lunenburg Co VA
...+William Rivers

Susan was a sister to my GGG-GF Thomas P Womack

AND ROYCE, no didnt get your mail - I do have one hung up somewhere in MSN but dont know what - can you retransmit??

Coincidentially, driving from AZ to SC have looked in many phonebooks and found
Womacks, including some that cannot spell the name correctly LOL...

Going to TN next week to lookup some Cuz there and look at the area from whence me G-GF came...

Wednesday, August 11, 2004 at 09:29:59 (PDT)

Thanks Sam - I just ran onto the posted data. Glad to know who Susan is. Hope you are having lots of fun out there. Beth - I tried to ck out those Fosters . From RootsWeb - but found no proof, it seems that Josiah Foster who married Virginia Elizabeth Johnson had brothers #1 James who m. Susanna Wells and #2 John who m. Eleanor Collins and Johiah's other siblings were George, Elizabeth, William, Hannah and Joseph. They married into families of Low, Buckson, Dabbs/Dobbs, Or, and Nance. The other interesting stuff I also found on RootsWeb - still no proof, was that Robert Foster, father of George who m. Mary Singleton, had several marriages of whom a step-mother of George was Sarah Biggs/Bigg. Now there was a Peter Hudson who m. Martha Briggs who had first m. Halcot Pride. This Peter Hudson was the father of Peter Hudson who m. Mourning Griffin and the grandfather of Tabitha Hudson who was maybe the Tabitha who m. Abraham Womack and also the grandfather of Peter Hudson who m. Mahala Hampton. (I hope I have got these Peter Hudsons stright.) Could there be more marriages with any of these Peter Hudsons? What kind of court records are those of 1755? Could it be that Susan Johnson got married and David Johnson came of age and able to receive their due? Could that court record with Edward Self as a juror for Womack be the same kind of suit? (By the way this morning I ran onto a RootsWeb site that says Sarah Johnson m. Peter Womack. Just food for thought.) Doretta Also I will keep looking.

Wednesday, August 11, 2004 at 12:20:31 (PDT)

Yeah, Doretta, the Johnson Report has both Peter and Jacob Womack as Sarah Johnson's husband. This is Harold Johnson's method of listing the Johnsons:

(1c) Sarah Johnson (daughter of (1))
(1cH) Peter Womack (Husband of (1c))

One law suit specifically says, "In the case of Jacob Womack and Sarah his wife, plaintiff, the same jury awarded them eighty six pounds, ten shillings current money!"

I talked with Harold about the discrepancy several years ago, and he confirmed the data had both names. Since then I've read several instances of researchers finding the name Peter in lieu of the name other families. I don't have a solution to this one.....our "front" name is just "Bubba" in Arkansas!

I'll send you a copy of the Johnson report via email. Note the references to land on the Meherrin River and also the Meherrin Baptist Church, which we talked about last year or so.


Wednesday, August 11, 2004 at 15:32:27 (PDT)

Tabitha Hudson Womack named in her father's will. Peter Hudson wrote his will 20 March 1803 and it was probated 27 Feb 1804. It can be found Halifax Co. VA Will Book 6 pages 605-606. In the will Peter names his wife Mourning Hudson and eight children: Susannah Holland,Tabatha Womack, Sarah Vasser, Charles Hudson, Peter Hudson, Grief Hudson, Patty Owen and William Hudson. Also mentioned is Daniel Owen whose relationship is not given. Witness: Thomas Hall and Mary Ann Hall. Doretta

Thursday, August 12, 2004 at 15:44:46 (PDT)
Phyllis E. (Womack) Kinder

I am looking for information on my Womack Great Grandparents. My father's name was Elmer Lewis Womack Jr., born April 23, 1916 to Elmer Lewis Womack and Minnie Belle McGee. Elmer Lewis Womack and Minnie Belle McGee were married December 19, 1909 in Temple, Comanche County, now it is Cotton County, Oklahoma. In 1920 Census, it shows Elmer Lewis Womack to be born in Colorado about 1877. His wife, Minnie Belle McGee was born in Montepelier, Clay County, Mississippi on January 13, 1885 to William Alexander McGee Jr. and Nancy Ann Thornton. I am looking for information on my Great Grandfather Womack and his wife. Also information on when and where my Grandfather, Elmer Lewis Womack was born in Colorado.

Friday, August 13, 2004 at 06:50:03 (PDT)

Beth, and et al
Looking at the LDS records, for what they are worth - I cannot find a Peter Womack anywhere near the time line Jacob was born -- I went thru 800 Sarah Johnsons in the US and nary a one was married to a Womack. that had a spouse listed -- Here are all the Peters I would find in the approximate time era:

Ancestral File

Birth: Abt. 1748
Spouse: Christina UTTERBACK Marriage: 29 Nov 1786
Birth: Abt. 1758
Spouse: Christian "Crissey" UTTERBACK Marriage: 29 Nov 1786 Culpeper Co., Va
Birth: Abt. 1785
Spouse: Elizabeth
1880 Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Peter WOMACK Self M Male B 86 VA Laborer VA VA

Birth: About 1760 Of Germantown, , Chesterfield, Virginia
Father: Thomas WOMACK Family Mother: Sarah
1. Thomas WOMACK
Birth: About 1762 Of, , Chesterfield, Virginia

2. Jesse WOMACK
Birth: About 1766 Of, , Chesterfield, Virginia Death: 1797

3. Suckey WOMACK
Birth: About 1768 Of, , Chesterfield, Virginia

4. Archer WOMACK
Birth: About 1770 Of, , Chesterfield, Virginia
These are the ones prior to 1800 - all that I canfind on LDS records,for what they
are worth...
IGI (closest one I could find that might have been a possibility)

Sarah Johnson Birth: About 1728 Of, , Lunenburg, Virginia
Father: Joseph Johnson Family
Mother: Mary

There are two possibilities here - we got Jacob mixed up with the wrong female; or, he was married twice..

Friday, August 13, 2004 at 12:48:59 (PDT)


In 1761 Lunenburg Co., VA, Jacob and Sarah Johnson Womack and most of her siblings individually sued the estate of the late Joseph Johnson. Excerpt from the Johnson report:

".........In the case of Jacob Womack(1cH) and Sarah(1c) his wife, plaintiff, the same jury awarded them eighty six pounds, ten shillings current money!......."

As I told Doretta, both Peter and Jacob Womack are named for the husband of Sarah Johnson in the Johnson report. Harold Johnson abstracted Peter from the will of Joseph Johnson and Jacob from the above court records.

There's no doubt in my mind now, based on the research of Patricia Cox Jackson that Sarah Johnson, dau. of Joseph Johnson, was married to Maj. Jacob Womack. Their children were Martha, b. 1758 (m. Capt. Robert Bean), William, Sarah, Johnson, b. 1762, and David Womack. My Larkin is more than likely the son of David, evidenced by the early TN land records on Robert Burke's web page.

BTW, we need an update on the whereabouts of the "White County Flash"!

Friday, August 13, 2004 at 16:40:28 (PDT)

To Sam, Beth and anyone who wants to give input. I have some dates for that Johnson bunch. (quote) Joseph (Johnson)Johnston's will names sons Mical, Isaac, David, Joseph Jr. and daughters Charity (single), Cecily (single 1761) and Elizabeth, and married daughters Mary Winingham, Anne Wood, Susanah Hudson and Sarah Womack. The estate returns in 1765 lists a judgement to Joseph Womack. Sherrod Walton was executor of estste. (unquote) Who is this Joseph Womack? Why would he be receiving a judgement? The above quote doesn't give the will's written or probated date but another note I have says "Joseph Johnson died before 3 March 1761 Lunemburg Co. VA, married Mary____." I take that date to be maybe the probate date of will. Could Sarah have died before the estate returns in 1765? Does anyone have the correct birth and death dates for Sarah?

Friday, August 13, 2004 at 17:04:07 (PDT)

Da "Flash" be heah in SC waitin fer Charley to hit tomorrow sometime --
Leaving for TN Sunday if possible -- going to see some of the old home place or thereabouts -- Connie and Susan and Troy Womac (they aint learned to spell it yet) - then to AR to make a dishonest woman outta Beth!!! LOL

Friday, August 13, 2004 at 18:39:58 (PDT)

Here is the earliest Joseph Womack I can find on either the IGI or Ancestry

Name: Joseph WOMACK
Marriage 1 Mary MASSEY b: Aft. 1761 in Rockingham Co, NC

Name Entry Page No.
WOMACK Bird Gdn's Acct. 503
WOMACK Joseph Inv. App. 445
WOMACK Josiah Will 412
WOMACK Josiah Exr's Acct. 462
WOMACK Josiah Est.Acct. Sales 463
The extra names were added as those who may have lived near him.

Friday, August 13, 2004 at 19:44:36 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

Sam, send me an email with your other address and I'll send you this file. I couldn't find it in my address book.

Friday, August 13, 2004 at 22:34:06 (PDT)

I am looking for information on the descendants of Walter E. Womack, who passed away before 1940, and his widow, Amy E. Womack. They resided at 3707 Cedar St., Austin, Texas, Travis Co. Amy continued to live there as late as 1953. I am doing some historical research on the house and grounds. Thank you...

Saturday, August 14, 2004 at 00:22:41 (PDT)


Other than the information from the Johnson report, I've never found anything specifically on Sarah Johnson Womack. And I don't know the birth order of their children. Maybe Sarah died in childbirth, and Jacob married again after Sarah's death to the "Mary" everyone refers to as his wife. I thought "Sally" was a nickname for Sarah.

The only other possible clue on Sarah, if she went by Sally, I reported here in 2002 from the Combs web site:

"(28/85/9649) 1812 Dec 11 William RIDGE 30 acres on Mine Creek to include improvement made by Hubbard BREWER; LARKIN WOMACK, Loc. (Note: Loc. is an abbreviation according to the author for Locator, which means in this case 'neighborhood')."

"(30/9/14534) 1815 Feb 18 William RIDGE 12 acres waters of Mine Lick Creek to include improvement where SALLY WOMACK used to live."

"WILLIAM Ridge: There are three more references, same area, mentions Sally WOMACK and David WOMACK'S field to include WOMACKS improvements. 18 Feb 1815."

I can't tell from this information if Sally and David Womack are married or possibly mother and son, but I believe this David Womack is my Larkin's father.
Johnson, David (sons of Jacob) and Larkin were in Arkansas by 1816.

Joseph Johnson's will is dated 8 Jan 1761 (Will Book 2, pg. 28) and was recorded 3 Mar 1761. "...the April Term of Court, 1761, Lunenburg Co., Va. Joseph Williams, Gent., is appointed guardian for Elizabeth Johnson and Sisley Johnson, orphans of Joseph Johnson, dec'd, and with Henry Isbell, his security, entered into and acknowledged bond for that purpose. Order Book 6, p. 260...". The first court case brought against the estate of Joseph Johnson was by his son-in-law, Stephen Wood, Sept 1761.

Could the Joseph Womack who received the judgment actually be Jacob Womack, awarding him and Sarah the eighty six pounds, ten shillings current money?

Tuesday, August 17, 2004 at 17:00:22 (PDT)

Well here in AR - met Beth and we went to Breakfast then to the cemetery where we placed flowers on my family's graves (less great-greats which I will do on the morrow) - tromped the cemetery and then went t visit an aunt and another cemetery - and instead of making a dishonest woman outta Beth, she kept me honest!!

Tuesday, August 17, 2004 at 21:42:21 (PDT)


Wednesday, August 18, 2004 at 15:03:32 (PDT)
Jack Womack

Famous people born on this day:
August 18,1618, VIRGINIA DARE, first child born in America of English parents.

For those who trace their families to the Colonies, a good read on the history can be found at
A History of Colonial Virginia: The First Permanent Colony in America by William Broaddus Cridlin, Secrety of the Virginia Historical Pageant Assocaition; Registrar Virginia Society of Sons of the American Revolution. Printed by Williams Printing Company, Richmond, Virginia, 1922. The free electronic version has twenty four interesting chapters worth the time to read.

Wednesday, August 18, 2004 at 20:01:23 (PDT)
Jack Womack

Re: Prior post on Virginia Dare, I had omitted this:
VIRGINIA Dare was the daughter of ANINIAS Dare and ELLINOR WHITE Dare.
Ananias was a member of the Roanoak Colony council and the Colony's Governor was Captian John White, Viriginia was his granddaughter.

Wednesday, August 18, 2004 at 21:15:56 (PDT)
Marilynn Whitson-Horner

I descend from the line of Calvin Whitson US deputy Marshal under judge Isaac Parker, the hanging judge, Ft. Smith Arkansas. (It is believe the charecture from True Grit's "Ruster Cogburn" was based upon Cal's true life characture.) Calvin was born 1853 to Isaac and Ann Whitson in Crawford Co. Arkansas.
Isaac Whitson was born in White Co.1822,I assume Arkansas. This is where my search stops. I need to know Who Isaacs father was. I think the family removed from Illinois 1820's. Can someone fill in the blank?

Friday, August 20, 2004 at 12:00:01 (PDT)

Hi Beth, Sam and everyone. I'm back with more questions. This time I want to know about who this Alexander Womack is and his family connections. (quote) From Joshua Blanton to Alexander WOMACK Oct 21, 1787, 400 acres on both sides of Turkey Egg Branch of Meherrin River in Charlotte County, Signed: Joshua Blanton, Witnesses: William JOHNSON, William FOSTER, Thomas Toombs. -- DEED BOOK 6, page 23, Charlotte Courthouse, Charlotte, VA. (unquote) Doretta

Sunday, August 22, 2004 at 10:39:08 (PDT)

The Alexander in the land transaction is Alex Jr - Sr died in 1784.

Monday, August 23, 2004 at 05:05:32 (PDT)
Jean Young

Sam or anyone
A Few months ago you posted the address of the AZ gov office from which you can download a death certificate. Guess what? I used it, changed networks and lost the address. I also lost the certificate. The certificate was for my Grandfather Womack who died in San Simon,AZ
Thank you

Monday, August 23, 2004 at 06:11:48 (PDT)

What was grandpa's name - I have every birth/death cert they had loaded in my files - however, I now have to look that up again meself

Monday, August 23, 2004 at 06:29:02 (PDT)

that would be Willis Rudolph and a copy is on way - for those of you, and Jean, who would like the URL again it is - all death 50 years and older; all birth 75 years and older..files are in pdf format so you will need adobe acrobat to read - it is free -

Monday, August 23, 2004 at 06:34:32 (PDT)

check your E mail address - just got mail back as undeliverable..

Monday, August 23, 2004 at 11:56:40 (PDT)
Diane Wilkinson Turner

Looking for relatives of Great-granfather Rev. Phillip W. Wilkinson (P.W. Wilkinson)from Heard County Georgia.Know of one sister Julia Wilkinson she married Robert Lay. Phillip was married to Sophia Moreland.

Tuesday, August 24, 2004 at 09:16:02 (PDT)
nancy kellar

I am trying to find information and ancestry of my great great
grandparents James William Weaver born Sept.2, 1815 who
died abt 1899 in Page Co. VA and Christina Ann Simmons b.
Sept.26,1811, d.1883 who he married in 1836. I cannot find who their parents were, where from, etc.
Is it possible there is a connection to some of the Weavers in the Womack Family?
Any clues appreciated.
Thanks, Nancy Kellar

Tuesday, August 24, 2004 at 17:55:50 (PDT)
William C. Good

I am not a member of WGN although my paternal grandmother was Annie Clementine (Womack) Good from Benton County Arkansas. I have inherited quite a bit of Womack genealogy information from others in my family who have passed on. I have a Womack Family Bible with a printing date of 1891 and my brother has one with a date of 1872. I have copies of the genealogy informmation from both of them. Much of the information I have on earlier generations was originally collected by Lucy (Womack) Bates who lived in Nashville in the 50s, 60s, and 70s and was very active in genealogy although other information came from my father and uncle, who have also passed on.

My reason for writing is to point out a couple of errors I noticed in the 1880 census records posted on this website for my grandmother's family in Benton County Arkansas. I don't know how to go about getting them corrected and am hoping someone can tell me or can take care of the corrections.

The first error is as follows: The file listed shows the family of James Womack and his wife Elizabeth W. That is not correct. The "W" was his middle initial (not hers) and stood for Wilson. Her middle name was Jane.

The second error is as follows: The youngest child is listed as a daughter named Della at 3 months old. That was not her name. Her name was Stella Mae and she was born on March 11 1880. I didn't see the exact date of the census, but I'll bet it was June.

I hope this information is of interest to someone and an effort can be made to correct the file. I would be glad to here from anyone with an interest in my branch of the Womacks.

Bill Good

Wednesday, August 25, 2004 at 09:04:59 (PDT)

In case anyone is interested in a little Womack trivia and that there were Womacks other than England---

Walter Robert Womack
..+Blance Lydia Violet Johnson b: Abt. Jun 1864 m: Dec 22, 1879 in Moulton, West Bengal, India
..2 Geraldine Mildred Womack b: Jun 13, 1882 in Lahore, Punjab, India

Henry Christian Burgwin b: Abt. 1742 in Hessen Germany
..+Alice Dorothea Wenner m: Abt. 1768 in Hessen Germany
..2 Olaf Burgwin b: Abt. 1779 in Hessen Germany
....+Helen Womack b: Abt. 1785 in Germany m: Abt. 1801 in Hessen, Germany


Ericka Womack b: Abt. 1678 in Germany
..+Leonhard Boehm m: Abt. 1695 in Bayern Germany

Fred Womack b: Abt. 1834 in Prussia
..+Frederika b: Abt. 1841 in Prussia
..2 Line Womack b: Abt. 1872 in NY
..2 Ella Womack b: Abt. 1876 in NY

Dorothy Womack b: Jun 13, 1910 in Berlin, Stadt, Brandenburg, Preussen (Germany) d: Aug 01, 1969

Wednesday, August 25, 2004 at 09:10:40 (PDT)

I used to correspond with someone named Good or her sister - not sure which
anyway - would you mind forwarding what Lucille has on all Jacob Womacks - she had quite a bit, and Altho I corresponded also with her; I never was able to get the information before she died -

Friday, August 27, 2004 at 05:15:46 (PDT)


Friday, August 27, 2004 at 08:12:42 (PDT)
Frank Hubbard

Hi Doretta, You posted a message to Mark and in it referred to Susanna Hubbard and other family names associated with her siblings. I descend from one of her siblings, Richard Hubbard who married Martha "Patsy" Jones. I have connected the names you mention and some others with Susanna's siblings, but have very little additional information. Do you have additional info that you would share? I also do not have the first name of the Womack who maried Susanna. By the way I sent an email to you direct and received return mail. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated, as I have been working on this generation for over 10 years and haven't reached home plate yet.
Frank Hubbard

Saturday, August 28, 2004 at 09:33:56 (PDT)

Frank---I wish I could be of some help to you'but I can't even give you any clues. What I posted on WGN was to pass along and let WOMACK researchers know about _____ Womack and Susanna Hubbard. I couldn't figure out if anyone had posted anything on them and what his given name was. My source for the WGN post was Mecklenburg Co, VA (Migrations) which as it turns out was your post. I wish I had more but thats all I have. Your suenames do ring bells with me. Why, I don't know, unless some distant Jones relative of yours was early in Madison Co, KY. Those Jones were from VA. I have been trying to figure out my way around with windows, the net and whatever on the computer, so I will keep your surnames in mind as I try out new stuff. (Frank, speaking of new stuff,I lost my first post. I guess it's in la la land.) Also e-mail falls into that file marked NEW STUFF. My husband says I just might get some e-mail if I remember our e-mail address correctly and put an "S" in it. So all you folks out there and you Frank, please forgive this old lady named Doretta, for forgetting her address. My correct e-mail address is

Saturday, August 28, 2004 at 15:29:36 (PDT)
Chad Lemmons

I hope this is not a stupid question(s). Perhaps there is info. that I haven't seen. But...can anyone tell me about "Wife-beater" John Womack? What's up with that nickname?

Saturday, August 28, 2004 at 15:47:36 (PDT)
Ann McDonald

There are no stupid questions.

It's not a nickname, it's more of a factual description. He was also an apple stealer and hog thief. If you go back to the court records of the time, John was brought up in court several times. As a result, various family relationships and his wife are identified, because they described their ages and relationship to John in their depositions. If you can lay your hands on a copy of the Edward Pleasants Valentine papers, there are abstracts in there to read on John.

Saturday, August 28, 2004 at 16:35:47 (PDT)
Hal Moncrief

Hello. I am new to this forum. Abraham Womack husband of Judith Minter is my 6th great grandfather. On some sites it shows Abraham tying back to John Womack and Mary Akin, but then I was reading about the DNA test and it says he ties back to Abraham Womack and Sarah Worsham. There seem to have been a lot of Abraham, Thomas, and William Womacks and it is very confusing! I was hoping someone could clear that up for me. Thank you
Hal Moncrief

Sunday, August 29, 2004 at 16:23:32 (PDT)

Hi everyone, I'm back, this time with a Mary C. Venable Womack, daughter of Samuel Woodson Venable Sr and Mary Carrington of Prince Edward Co, VA. She inherited in 1821 land in Halifax Co.,VA from her father which he had boughtnof William Boyd. The land was commonly called Cannons Tract and it contained about 380 acres. She also inherited a tract bought of Scott & others of 50 acres and also 50 acres more adjoining that which her father had bought of the heirs of Charles Edwards. But Mary's brother Abraham W. Venable had the use of Mary's land until the death of their mother, then the land was Mary's and her heirs. Also Mary's sisters, Elizabeth W. Wathins (wife of William Watkins), and Agnes Watkins inherited a large tract of land in Halifax Co.,VA on Difficult Creek and there was a mill on it. When Mary's mother died in 1837, Mary inherited her grandmother's Family Bible. Mary was also willed several persons of color by both her father and mother and they are named in the wills. What I want to know is: Can anyone tell me what happened to all this Halifax Co.,VA Land? Also who got the Bible after Mary? She maybe died the 28 of Dec 1867. These wills were posted on Prince Edward Co.,VA Message Board by Kay Van Fleet on 14 June 2001. Also I found posted on Lunenburg Co.,VA Gen Forum a posting by Reginald Vassar on March 2000. It is a transcript of Mary Whitlock Wills Cole's will, dated 1818. In it Mary Cole names a daughter Mary Womack and one of the witnesses to the will was a Jacob Womack. Will probated 18 Sept 1821 Lunenburg Co.,VA. Doretta

Sunday, August 29, 2004 at 22:39:45 (PDT)

The will of Mary Whitlock Wills Cole referring to daughter Mary Womack, and witnessed by her husband Jacob Womack..Mary Womack and Jacob Womack
(son of Alex Jr), are my 4th great grandparents. Many uninformed people have her as Mary Wills Cole - her sons bible record clearly states her maiden name is Wills --

Monday, August 30, 2004 at 07:08:28 (PDT)

Sam---What you say seems right. (Some researchers must be mixing up Mom name Mary and daughter name Mary.) Anyway Mom Mary is listed in the heading of the post by R.Vassar with her maiden name of Whitlock and her two married names as Mary Whitlock Wills Cole. In the transcript Mom Mary calls herself Mary Cole and then in the body of the will she says..." 1st I give and bequeath to my son Josiah Cole.... 2nd I give and bequeath to my son George Cole.... 3rd I give and bequeath to Desdimonia Wills...." (No relationship given.) "4th I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Womack fifty dollars and one feather bed and furniture to her and her heirs forever. 5th I give and bequeath to my daughter Susannah Stegall.... 6th I give and bequeath to my son Nunn Cole.... 7th I give and bequeath to my daughter Letty Comer.... 8th Lastly I give and bequeath the residue of whatever kind it maybe to grandson Albert Cole to him and his heirs forever, and appoint my son Josiah Cole executor to this my last will and testament revoking any former will made by me." Then Mary Cole seals the will on 15th Day of April 1818 and her witnesses were Merewether Hurt and Jacob Womack. The will was presented to be recorded in Lunenburg (Co.,VA) Court 18th Sept 1821. (Sam-Reginald Vassar, The poster of the will has Vassar connections with Vassars of Halifax Co, VA.) Doretta

Monday, August 30, 2004 at 08:57:39 (PDT)

Shugah, what I am saying IS right - no question about it...
Desdemonia (also called "Testimony," was a daughter that never married.
Jacob and Mary named their first child after her...

Tuesday, August 31, 2004 at 09:09:05 (PDT)
Jack Womack

The message below from Waco ??? may be one of three things, 1. someone who is illerate, 2. one who is smarter than a fox and wants you to click on the link out of curiosity and get a virus payload dumped on you, or 3. a child who has more time on their hands than they have smarts. THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX.

Tuesday, August 31, 2004 at 18:11:25 (PDT)
Royce W. Gibson

HELP! - Now, I know my grandmother's frustration at my mother for naming all her sons with the same initials - has anyone done a timeline that would tell me which Richard, John, Abraham or Thomas moved where when? I've got Richards in Amelia, Lunenburg, Henrico, Prince Edward and Halifax counties all at the same time (give or take 20 years) in Virginia.

My question of the day is - why did John Womack Jr. - son of wife beater John sell land for 1 pound less than he paid for it to his future wife Hannah Headworth?

Tuesday, August 31, 2004 at 18:13:52 (PDT)

Where is the Webmaster to filter this crap outta heah??
My soapbox is gettin crowded but hangin on fer now
But, if you are merging with FTM when the first merge screen comes up - go thru, after clicking the adding, and get rid of all the dupes you know are cuped and alla the unknowns - it dont take a college degree to know that a blank area means you dont know who goes there

after entering - then the the x number couldnt be merged for some readon or another, then go theu and eliminate the unknowns, again no degree needed to know you aint got the info - and then you can also eliminate obvious dupes before you do the final merge - keeps the file clean; and and for the uninitated, hey look what I got - nothing is so stupid as seeing an unknown in a gedcom or other file -- we are all smart, or I think we are, to figger out there aint no one to go there or we would have put someone there..

Tuesday, August 31, 2004 at 20:06:39 (PDT)

Looking for any information on the family of Louise Warmack that married Sebastian Bocklett September 23, 1898 Hunt Co, TX. Here's what I have, corrections gladly accepted.

Descendants of John Warmack

1 John Warmack b: in MS
..+Nannie/Nancy Unknown b: Abt. 1856 in MS
......2 Louise Warmack b: September 1876 in MS d: 1951 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Denison, Grayson Co, TX
..........+Sebastian Bocklett b: 1868 in OH or Bavaria, Germany m: September 23, 1898 in Hunt Co, TX src: d: 1941 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Denison, Grayson Co, TX
...............3 Mary Agnes Bocklett b: July 1899 in TX
...................+E J Chandler b: Abt. 1896 in WV
.......................4 Mary L. Chandler b: Abt. September 18, 1919 in TX
...............3 Francis H. Bocklett b: Abt. 1902 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
...............3 John Bocklett b: Abt. 1903 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
...............3 Willimina "Willie" Estelle Bocklett b: Abt. 1905 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
...............3 Jeannette Louise Bocklett b: October 21, 1908 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX d: January 31, 1997 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Denison, Grayson Co, TX
...................+John William Howell
.......................4 Audrey Lee Howell b: August 25, 1927 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
...........................+James Ed Shultz b: May 20, 1910 in Munster, TX d: March 30, 1980 in Bonham, Fannin Co, TX Mother: Jeanette Brockett Father: Otis Stephensons Shultz
...............*2nd Husband of Jeannette Louise Bocklett:
...................+Unknown Green
...............3 Catherine Louise Bocklett b: Abt. 1913 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
...................+Ross W. Sledge b: 1909 d: 1947 Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Denison, Grayson Co, TX
.......................4 Janette Catherine Sledge b: December 17, 1932 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
.......................4 Richard Francis Sledge b: October 31, 1934 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
.......................4 Katherine Louise Sledge b: November 07, 1939 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
.......................4 James Ray Sledge b: July 20, 1947 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
.......................4 Robert Edwin Sledge b: June 25, 1944 in Denison, Grayson Co, TX
......2 Willie Warmack b: March 1882 in MS
..........+Unknown Champion

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