January 2005 Message Archive

Sunday, January 02, 2005 at 08:48:23 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

By the way - Jack Womack will be away for a little while and requests you hold any and all E-mail to him until he sends you a Jack's Back mail -
thanks


Sunday, January 02, 2005 at 13:41:04 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

Hi every1 I was just wondering if those cemetery surveys helped any I thought it would be good for those who are starting or just looking to see where their Womacks were buried.

Also if any1 is looking for info. on Lovely County let me know and I'll post what I have found


Monday, January 03, 2005 at 18:17:01 (PST)
Jack Womack
jackwomack@grandecom.net

Hi Gang
I'm back but only by a thread. Had a heart attack Dec 30 that like to have done me in. 12 hrs in the emergency room 2hours in the Cath Lab and four days in CCU and I'm back and feelinh ..er..well not great but glad to be still kicking.
Thanks for all of your prayers, they were answered.
Jack


Monday, January 03, 2005 at 19:20:12 (PST)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Jack, very glad to have you back with us, you gave us a scare. Just get your health back and take care of yourself. Sometimes we just don't let folks know how important they are to us until it to late, sure glad that wasn't the case here. You are appreciated!!
Your cuz, Roger


Tuesday, January 04, 2005 at 05:32:12 (PST)
Jamie
et2brute @ atinlay.com

(Not my family; I have no additonal information.}

Found in the Columbia, Kentucky, "Adair County News," August 19, 1942 edition, page eight:

(No headline)

Mrs. A.C. Chittenden, of Spokane, Wash., was the guest of Mrs. Etta Caldwell and family, at Milltown, several days last week and is now the guest of Mr. & Mrs. Will Penick, in Greensburg.

Mrs. Chittenden is a native of Adair County, being a granddaughter of the late John WOMACK. She left Adair County when a child and had not visited the scenes of her childhood until three years ago when she came to Louisville to visit five generations of cousins and a few friends near Milltown.
*****

(Milltown is in western Adair County; Greensburg is in neighboring Green Co.)


Wednesday, January 05, 2005 at 13:43:25 (PST)
David Womack
dwwomack1959@comcast.net

My father passed away the other day and I thought I might post his obituary for anyone who may want it. I will miss "boring" him with my never ending research into our family history.

Billy Joe Womack

WOMACK, BILLY JOE age 66, of Garland was born August 14, 1938 in Leonard, TX and passed away January 3, 2005. He retired in 2003 from the Dallas Morning News/Ryder Logistics. My heart may be weak, but it is full of love for all of you. He is survived by his sons, David Womack. Steve Womack and wife Lisa and Bryan Womack; daughter, Debbie Cyganik and husband, David; best friend Joyce McEuen; brothers. Wayne and Morris Womack; sisters, Carolyn, Brenda, Judy and Audra; grandchildren, Justin Womack, Rayosha Womack, Kaitlin Womack, Julie Salm and Laura Cyganik; great-grandchildren, Ashley and Avery Salm. Funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, January 6, 2005 in Williams Memorial Chapel with Mr. Gary Bingham officiating. Interment will follow at Leonard Cemetery in Leonard, TX. Family will receive friends from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Williams Funeral Directors. Williams Funeral Directors Family Owned and Operated Since 1885
Published in the Dallas Morning News on 1/5/2005.


Wednesday, January 05, 2005 at 22:21:20 (PST)
Pattra Womack
walkdad1997@aol.com

I am looking for information on William Henry Womack born 15 April 1919 KY and his father Nover A. Womack! Can anyone help?
Thanks


Thursday, January 06, 2005 at 03:07:25 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

From Carlos Womack Records:
(Except where Patricia indicated insertions Patricia made) -----> (PJ)
This is my numbering system not Carlos’s

I. William Womack b. ca 1605/1610 m. Mary Jane Allen a widow who died prior to 1685 settled in Burmuda Hundred, VA Colony

(Children on record)

1. William Jr. b. ca 1640
2. Abraham b. ca 1644
3. Richard b. ca 1650 VA (PJ)
4 Thomas b ca 1647
5 John b ca 1653
6 Anne b ca 1657
7 Mary b ca 1659
8 Jane b ca 1662 VA


2nd Generation

11 Wm and Jane Womack Jr

1Thomas b ca 1664
2 Mary m ________Cox

12 Abraham and Sarah Womack Sr

1 Abraham Jr b ca 1666 d 1745/1746 m Jane _______
2 Thomas d prior to Apr 1734 m Mary Farley
3 Martha m (1) John Mosby 22 Nov 1708 (2) James Hambleton
4 Jane b 1662 m Henry Pew Jr


13 Richard and Mary Womack

1 Richard Jr b 1676 d 1723 m Elizabeth Puckett (first cousin)
2 William b 1679 d 1718 m ca 1708 Susanna Trent
3 Elizabeth b 1680 m Timothy Harris 15 Jan 1697

14 Thomas b 1644 d 1697
No ch: listed in will

15 John b ca 1653 d 1725 m Mary _____ Prince Geo. Co.

1 John Jr d prior 1787 m Hannah Headworth (He lived in Prince Geo. Co.
2 William d prior to 1778 Halifax Co., North Carolina - moved 1761 from Sothhampton VA to NC
3 Abram
4 Abraham (youngest) m Mary________ probably had other children

16 Anne b 1657 d 1694 m William Puckett

1 Elizabeth Ann Puckett m Richard Womack Jr
2 William Puckett 1739 m Mary________
3 Richard Puckett ca 1684 d b.t. 1719-1721
4 Womack Puckett m prior to 5 Oct 1725 to Mabel Walthall Puckett
5 Mary-----------

17 Mary m Thomas Puckett

1 Thomas Puckett
2 Frances Puckett
3 William Puckett
4 John Puckett


3rd Generation

111 Thomas Womack & ___________

1 Mary
2 Judith
3 William

112 Mary m ______Cox

1 William


121 Abraham & Jane Womack Jr

1 William b ca 1688 d prior to 16 Mar 1762 m Mary _______

122 Thomas & Mary Womack Jr

1 Abraham b ca 1726 Henrico Co. VA d 16 May 1800 Lincoln Co. NC m Elizabeth________
2 William d ca 1790 Charlotte Co NC Intestate without issue
3 Isham James dec prior to 1 Oct 1810 m Mary_______ lived Amelia Co
4 Francis dec’d prior to 1 Oct 1810 m Susannan Pucket of Dale Parish, Chesterfield VA
5 Thomas Jrd 1782 Sarah Woodson - Chesterfield Co.
6 Martha d prior to 1812 m John Robards
7 Sarah deceased prior to 1 Oct 1810 m _________Rice
8 Mary m _____Mann
9 Elizabeth “Vasti : deceased prior to 1 Oct 1810 m _______Hatchett
10 Judith d prior to 1 Oct 1810 m (1) _____Booth m (2) ________Hambleton

123 John and Martha (Womack) Mosby

1 John Mosby d 1801 m Lucy Allen
2 Judith Mosby
3 Martha Mosby
4 Sarah Mosby
5 Luciana Mosby
6 Edward Mosby (?) unborn child at time of will

124 Jane m Henry Pew Jr

1 Anne Pew m (1) prior to 1 Dec 1681 Abraham Childers Jr m (2) John Atkins
2 Jane Pew d prior to 4 Aug 1718 m (1) John Price (2) Hugh Ligon

à131 Richard & Elizabeth Womack Jr

1 Alexander b ca 1708 d prior to Apr 1784 Campbell Co., VA m Martha______ à (PJ) 2 Richard III b 7 Dec 1710 d 1790 in Georgia m Ann Nancy Childers died in Burke Co. Georgia

132 William and Susanna Womack

1 Susanna b 1705 Henrico County Va
2 Phebe b 1707
3 Priscilla b 1711
4 Audria b 1713
5 Henry b 1709 d 1790 m Martha (Patsey) Puckett dau of Richard Puckett

133 Elizabeth And Timothy Harris

140

151 John and Hannah Womack

1 Travis
2 Nathaniel
3 Mary b 1750 m David Harvel

152 William & ________Womack

1 Thomas b 1730-1740 m Elizabeth________
2 John d 1813/1814 m Elinor Rorie Halifax, NC
3 Fredrick d 1777/1778 in Halifax, NC (maybe Frederick Rev. War SC
4 James d 1786
5 Albridgton (Brittain) b ca 1730
6 Mary m ca 1760 Samual Butler
7 Martha m William Alsobrook live in Halifax Co. NC

153 Abram

154 Abraham

161 (see 131)

162 William and Mary Puckett

1 Lewis Puckett b 1722
2 Eliza Puckett b 1725
3 Thomas Puckett
4 William Puckett
5 Douglas Puckett
6 John Puckett (possible

163 Richard & Martha Puckett

1Martha b ca 1715 m Henry Womack, Son of William and Suanna Womack)
2 Richard Puckett b ca 1719
164 Womack and Mable Puckett

1 Ephrain Puckett b 24 Jan 1721 m Hannah lived Lunenburg & Mecklenberg Co. VA and in Union Co. SC 1786
2 Isham Puckett b 16 Oct 1724 m Marth______lived Lunenburg VA
3 Womack Puckett Jr (?) Francis live in Chesterfield,VA

170-174 no inf.

4th Generation

121,1 William and Mary Womack

1 William II b 1710 d 26 Sept 1791 Cumberland VA m Martha ________
2 Agnes m John Bullock
3 Prissilla m William Doss
4 Martha m ________Nichols
5 Sarah m James Barnett d 1740
6 Mary m John Williams
7 Judith d 1773 m Ralph Graves

122,1 Abraham & Elizabeth Womack Sr

1 Abner b 7 Jan 1764 m Agnes Nancy Reed
2 Elizabeth m Charles Cauthorn
3 Mary m John Spradlin

122,2 William Died intestate/no issue

123,3 Isham and Mary Womack

1 William
2 Mary m _____Owen
3 Martha

122,4 Francis & Susannah Womack

1 Willaim

122,5 Thomas & Sarah Wommack Jr

1 Thomas III d after 1782 m Sarah _______name spelled as in Wommack
2 Joel d 1781 m Sarah_____”Sary”
3 Sarah b ca 1740 Chesterfield Co. VA d 1779 Chesterfield Co VA m Fedrick Reams
4 Josiah m _________
5 William

122,6 John & Martha Robards

1 Pleasant Robards
2 Stephen Robards
3 Joshua Robards
4 William Robards
5 Martha Robards
6 Fannie Robards m _______Irby
7 Judith ? (Judy) Robards m _________Chandler

122,7 __________ and Sarah Womack Rice

1 Francis Rice
2 Thomas Rice
3 Samuel Rice
4 Isham Rice
5 Fanny Rice
6 Molly Rice m _________Cheatman
7 Elizabeth Rice m __________Puckett

122,8 no info

122,9 ___________ & Elizabeth Womack Hatchett

1 Josiah Hatchett
2 Martha Hatchett m Joseph Tolbert
3 Judith Hatchett m William Furkering

122,0 __________ and Judith Womack Hambleton

1 Francis Hambleton
2 Mary Hambleton m Daniel Owen

123,1 John and Lucy Womack Mosby

1William Mosby d 1809 m Rebecca Williamson 1784
2 Mary Mosby m Nathanel Sheppard
3 Elizabeth Mosby m Benjamin Sheppard
4 Lucy Mosby m Edmund James
5 Susanna Mosby
6 Hezekiah Mosby m (1) Elizabeth Winston in 1794 (2) Mary Massie
7 Ann Mosby (Nancy m Woodson Parsons in 1786
8 Martha Mosby m ______Allen
9 Robert Mosby m Frances_________
.0 Joseph Mosby
.1 Samuel m Mary Anderson in 1794
.2 Benjamin Mosby d 1771 m Elizabeth Bacon

124,1 Abraham & Annie Childers Jr

1 John Childers
2 Jane Childers
3 Philemn Childers
4 Abraham Childers III m Hester Cannon 1696
5 Robert Childers
6 Henry Childers m Lucretia Jones
Children of John and Annie Womack Atkins
7 Joseph Atkins

124,2 John and Jane Womack Price

1 Daniel Price
2 Mary Cannon Price
3 Pew Price
4 John Price b ca 1690 Henrico Co., VA m Hannah Williamson
5 Elisabeth Pew Price b ca 1700

131,1 Alexander & Martha Womack

1 Matthew d prior to 26 Aug 1782
2 Alexander Jr b ca 1740 m (1st) Milly (2nd) Sarah McDearman to Tenn 1807
3 Richard b ca 1755 m Rachel________ moved to Tenn 1810
4 David b 1765-1770 m Elizabeth
5 Jean (Jane) m ________Tomison
6 Ann m ________Driscoll (Immigrant from Ireland)
7 Judith (Juda m _________Richards
8 Martha m ________Rutledge
9 Elizabeth m _________Mason

131,2 Richard and Ann Nancy Womack III

1 Jesse b 1739 d 1811 in GA m (1) Dorothy Prior b ca 1740 d 1777 in GA (2) Phoebe_______
2 Abraham b 22 April 1742 d 9 Dec 1804 m (1) 31 May 1763 Martha Mitchell (died Granville Co NC (2) Martha Watkins
3 David b ca 1730/1740 Henrico Co VA m Mildred Prior lived NC, SC, LA
4 John b ca 1750 d 1825 m Lucy Prior Tapley in NC
5 Sally (Patsy) b 1742 d 20 Jan 1791 m 1773 Capt Jonathan Kemp NC, GA St. Helena Parish LA
6 Major Jacob b ca 1730/1740 m Mary_________ Jacob was ensign for Lunenberg Co, Orange Co NC in 1764 and Tenn. Milia
7 Richard IV b ca 1730/1740 d 1754 [?] m 1753 Margaret_________ they had a child that died soon after birth
8 Ann (probably Oldest married Josiah Alday) (PJ)

132,5 Henry and Martha Womack

1 Lucy b 1733 m Thomas Lawrence
2 Andria (Athary) b 1732 m ______Russell
3 Henry II m 31 Jul 1778 Mary or Anne Terry, Louisa Co VA
4 Mary

151,3 David and Mary Womack Harvel

1 Mary Harvel m 1812 Reuben Johnson

152,1 Thomas & Elizabeth Womack

1 Martha (Patsey) never married
2 Carter d ca 1822 m ca 1795 Catherine________
3 Betsy (Elizabeth?) 26 Jan 1794 m John Menore (McLemore)
4 Delilah m Ladovick Thompson Greenville Co, VA

152,2 John & Elenor Womack

1 John Jr Lie in Chatham Co. NC
2 James
3 Nancy m Battle
4 Martha (Patsey) m ___________Parham
5 Rorie d/ 1847 m Elizabeth Booker, dtr of James and Phebe Booker

Children of John & Susanne (Allen) Womack 1807 Lived Lee & Moore Co. NC
6 Robert Allen (Alias Womack)
7 William Allen (Alias Womack)
8 Elizabeth Allen (Alias Womack)

152,3 no info

152.4 James & _________Womack

1 James Brantley b 1767 d 1814 m 1787 Mary (Polly) Ellis

152.5 Albright on (Britton) & __________Womack

1 Wiley
2 Martha “Patsey” b 1757 m Joshua Elkins d 22 June 1821
3 Brittain m 21 Aug 1816 Lucy Willifor Wake Co NC Moore Co
4 Tempie
5 William (Willie m Winafred Hinesly NC
6 Alexander
7 Molly
8 Meriden m Tisha Levins, Wake Co NC
9 Nancy
10 Ferebee m 1817 Kinchen Griffin, Wake Co NC
11 “Winny” Winafred m 1817 Cannon Griffin Wake Co Nc

164,1 Ephraim & Hannah Puckett

1 Ephraim Puckett
2 Catherine “
3 Mary “
4 Hannah “

5th Generation

121,11 William & Martha Womack Jr

1 William III b 1736 d 1819 m Mary Mollie Allen lived Prince Edward Co. VA
2 Chas b 1743 d prior to 1811 m Agnes McGeehee
3 Nathan b 1746 d prior 1811 m Anna McGeehee
4 Jesse b 1749 d Rev War m Sarah Daniel (lived Ken with ch.)
5 Massanello b1751 d 1837 m Elizabeth Venable
6 Judith m John Hendricks
7 Agnes m _______Sims
8 Mary m William Wadley Goochland Co., VA

121,12 John and Agnes Bullock

1 Mary Bullock
2 William Bullock
3 Susanna Bullock
121,13 and 121,14 no info.

121,15 James and Sarah Barrett

1 Lucy Barrett
2 unborn child at James Death

121,16 no info

121,17 Ralph and Judith Graves

1 Henry m Mary Cussins, (Cousins)
2 Mary Graves
3 Sally Graves m Barrett Price

122,11 Abner and Agnes Womack

1Margaret b 1788 Lincoln Co NC m William Neil
2 James b 1790 Lincoln Co NC m Elizabeth Berry
3 Martha L. b 1792 Lincoln Co NC m Samuel Hargrove
4 Elizabeth b 1794 Lincoln Co NC m Enoch Berry m (2nd) John Coley
5 Lewis b 1796 Lincoln Co NC m Margaret Berry
6 Isabel b 23 April Logan Co KY d 1863 Provo, Utah m William Haws
7 Camilla b 1802 m Peter D Soloman
8 Nancy b 1804 KY m James S Moore
9 Alexander b 1805 KY
10 Abraham b 1806 KY m (1) ? (2) Octavia Amanda Pierson
11 Abner Jr 1808 m Erdive Sharp
12 Chapman b 1812 m Nancy Moore

122,51 Thomas and Sarah Wommack Jr (III)

1 Peter m Chirtian Utterback
2 Jesse
3 Sukey
4 Archer
5 Thomas m Sarah (5 Jul 1754)

122,52 Joel and Srah Womack

1 Nancy
2 Betsy
3 Richard

122,53 Sarah Womack and Frederick Reams

1 James Bartlett Reams b 1773 Amelia Co VA died New Orleans 1815 m 23 April 1797 Sarah Driscoll

122,54 Josiah &__________Womack

1 Rebecca

123,11 William and Mosby

1 Nancy Williamson m Nov 1803 Gen. Wm. B. Chamberlayne

123,19 Robert and Frances Mosby

1 Mary m 1803 Capt. Wm Burton Jr
2 Anne m Thomas Norvell
3 Elizabeth b 1776 died Boone Co KY m 1792 Isham Allen Jr
4 Martha (Patsy) m Willian Winston

123,1.2 Benjamin and Elizabeth Mosby

1 Langston b 1769 d 1863 m Tucy Turner d 1858 Goochland Co VA
2 John m (1st) Mrs. Sallie Toller m (2nd) Eliza Jones (3rd) Eliza Talizferro Henrico Co VA
3 Benjamin b Sept 1771 m Ann Winston

124,16 Henry and Lucretian Childers

1 Ann (Nancy) m Richard Womack III in 1730
2 Thomas
3 Lucretia
4 Milicent
5 Martha
6 Henry Jr m 1761 Mary Farmer

124,24 John and Hanna Price

1 William b 3 Sep 1730 Henrico Co VA m Susannah Burton

131,11 Matthew and ______Womack

1 Nancy G m 1792 Campbell Co VA James Davis

131,12 Alexander and Milly Womack Jr

1 Elizabeth b ca 1770 m 28 Jul 1792 Henry Buckner Jr Charlotte Co VA
2 Polly b ca 1775 m 1806 Adin Mason

131,13 Richard and Rachel Womack

1 Joel d ca 1808 m 13 Nov 1800 Sally (Sarah Pruitt dau of Michael Pruitt , Campbell Co VA
2 Richard Jr b 1790 Campbell Co VA d 1860-1870 m Agnes Smith Both buried Wilson Co Tenn.
3 Elijah b 22 May 1794 m Elizabaeth Patterson Wilson Co Tenn
4 Susannah m Joseph Hubbard
5 Elizabeth m Jeremiah McHenry
6 Jane (Jennie) d 1850/1860 m (1) James Crator (Creighton) (2) Philip Shores
7 Lucy m William F Jones Sr
8 Patsy m William Shanks (after her death mare Leninnia Clemmons Moxley widow and moved to Sharp Co Ark)

131,14 David and Elizabeth Womack Sr

1 David Jr b ca 1790
2 James Alexander b 1797 in VA d 1874 McMinn Co Tenn m (1) 1821 Rutherford Co NC Mary Neal m (2) Freelove Thompson
3 Hawkins b 1806 m 1825 Jane Jenney Cooper
4 Michael b 1794 VA d 1861 m 1815 Bedford Co Tenn. Sarah Jones b 1795 SC settled Ark 1849

131,21 Jesse and Dorothy Womack

1 David m Nancy Childers
2 Richard Mansel m _______
3 Elizabeth
4 John N (Jack) bu 24 D/ 1776 m Francis Coleman Washington Co Fort Stephens Mill Alabama
5 Jesse m Phebe_________
6 William ab 25 May 1779
(may be others)

131,22 Abraham & Martha Womack

1 Sherwood b 1764 m Ann (Nancy) Rogers
2 Lucretia b 1766 m Mr Howard
3 David b 1768 m ____________
4 Mansel b 1770 m (1) Sarah Rogers (2nd) in Guilford Co NC mary Mariah Lewis b 1773 d 1855 Sarah was dau of Col Brett Rogers (Georgia and Butler Co Ala
5 Nancy d prior to 1829 in GA m William Stone
6 Cicely m 22 Jan 1787 James harris McFarland Caswell Co NC then moved to Georgia
7 Susannah b 1776 m 1796 Clement Glen Greene Co GA
8 Mary m Francis Coleman land Green Co GA
9 John died prior to 1840 m ca 1805 Sarah Lewis (sister to Mary Mariah lived in Warren and Wilkes Co GA 1805/1806
10 Elizabeth b 1785 in Georgia d 1853 Greene Co Ala m (1st) 1800 Benjamin Stephen Coleman m (2nd) 1815 Thomas H Langhan Sr m (3rd) Enoch Stringfellow
11 Sarah A
12 Lucy
13 William G m 1839 Monre Co GA Ann S Hunt
14 Jesse C m 19 April 1839

131,23 David and Mildred Womack

1Richard Mansel IV b 1768 Orange Co NC m (1) Dicy Jane Hays m (2nd) Martha_______b 1775 Richard settled in La Adj land of brother Col Abner in 1809 (Martha was Choctaw Indian decent)
2 John moved to Mississippi
3 Dorothy Prior (Dolly) b 1770 Orange Co NC m 10 Oct 1806 David Mitchell in Jackson Co GA Mitchell in Jackson Co GA
4 Robert P 1772 d c 1845 St Helena Parish LA m 1818 Charlotte Corder
5 David Jr b 27 Mar 1774 Orange Co NC d 3 Jan 54 Simpson Co Miss m 4 Feb 1807 Sarah Ann Norris b 1789 d Dec 1858 Settled in Simpson Co MS David served in the War of 1812 Memorial to Sarah - Mother of 12 children in the Mt Zion Cemetery Apple Springs Tex
6 William Washington b 1776 Orange Co NC m (1) _____m (2) Charity T settled on land in St Helena Parish
7 Col Abner b 1778 Caswell Co NC m Celia Herron m Celia Herron left Georgia and settled in LA in 1800
8 Jacob Green b 1780 Caswell Co NC m Nancy Jane Waller b Greensburg LA
9 Abraham (Fat Abe) b 1782 Caswell Co NC m 1804 Elizabeth Burton in GA moved to LA

131,24 John and Lucy Womack

1 Green b 12 Nov 1782 St Martins Dist Caswell Co NC died Chatham Co NC m (1) Mary W Taylor m
(2nd) Mrs Ann McBryde,McIver
2 John Pryor b St Lukes District Caswell Co NC
3 Jesse b ca 1772 m Catherine McNeill Person Co NC
4 David d before 11 Oct 1824 m 28 Mar Delilah Graves Caswell NC
5 Jacob Pryor m 1810 Orange Co NC Nancy (Ann Faddis) Orange Co NC moved to Desoto Co Miss thence to Marshall, Harrison Co Texas
6 Josiah d prior to April 1848 m Mary Justis
7 Henry m 1813 Matilda Wells Person Co NC

131,25 Johnathon and Sally Patsey (Kemp)

1 Asa b 1770 died prior to 22 Aug 1817 m Mary Kilpatrick lived on track of land given by his father in Anderson Co SC
2 Isaac b ca 1772 m “Lovie” Methvein-acquired land in St Helena Parish LA in 1800 Settled father’s estate in 1815 moved to Jackson Parish 1819
3 Rebecca b ca 1780 d prior to 1850 m David T Gorman b ca 1778 Received Plantation in South Carolina from her father
4 Dempsey b 6 June 1782 d 29 Jan 1844 m 1810 Sarah Hutchinson b 1 July 1793 d 1856 received a plantation in South Carolina from Sarah’s father Both buried in Old Kemp burial grounds in a brick vault
5 David b ca 1774 d ca 14 Jul 1830 1st Sheriff of St Helena Parish LA died a bachelor
6 Jonathan Jr b ca 1776 he was a preacher on the Claiborne Circuit in Mississippi Died a bachelor
7 Thomas b ca 1778 d P T 23 Dec 1817 m Margaret Hutchinson, m (2nd) Jesse McMahon m (3rd) Zachariah Nettles
Capt Jonathon Kemp married (2nd) Elizabeth Cox 1791 Ch: Caleb, Sarah, Charles, Patsey, Dianah, Hillery, Wilfred, Permelia m William Womack, Elizabeth (Betty) m (1st) Abner Womack and (2nd) Stanley Viers

131,26 Major Jacob and Mary Womack

1 Martha b 20 March 1758 d ca 1840 Benton Co Ala m Robert Bean b 3 May 1758
2 Sarah m ________ Lane (Son of Tidance Lane)
(I am not sure if this is correct or if there us another Jacob lived on Little Limestone Creek Washington Co Tenn. Possible the father of the above or the above Major Jacob the father of Jacob on Little Limestone Creek or if they are the same person and married two or more times one wife being Sarah Johnson, dau of Joseph Johnson/Johnston of Lunenburg Co VA
3 Johnson
4 John
5 Jesse
6 David
All above the Arkansas early inhabitants
7 William ? Pendleton SC White Co Tenn. Jeremiah, Jonathan, and David of Grainger Co Tenn. And David and Johnson of Grainger, Wh Co Tenn. Also Jenkin and Jacob of early Arkansas 1820’s

132,51 Thomas and Lucy Lawrence

1 Thomas
2 John b 1760 m Behesland Smith VA
3 James L d Tenn. m Mary Cate Wilkes Co NC
4 Henry b 12 Jun 1771 d 8 Apr 1855 m Winifred Manard
5 Lucy b 1773 m Chas. Cate McMinn Tenn.

1) From Madison Co Musings Vol IX Fall 1989 pages 114-128 states that Jacob Womack is Johnson Ashley’s father & Sarah Johnson is his mother. Johnson Ashley is listed in the 1799 Tax List for Grainger Co Tenn. Or the 1815-1816 Tax List for Arkansas in Lawrence Co and on the 1820 Census for Lawrence Co Arkansas and that he came to Madison Co before 1832 and settled in what would become Madison near Washington Co Line.


The rest was David Womack and Elizabeth Brisco Womack’s kids info and so on. By the way all the aboved typed information is exactly what Patricia (Cox) Jackson wrote nothing has been changed that would mess with the line. (I corrected dates I was sure she meant to type something other than what she did)

Cuz Derrell

Information it says on the cover page

Information Compiled by Patricia Jackson

Donated to Genealogy Society
In loving memory of
Patricia (Cox) Jackson
B 16 March 1927
D 17 Jan 1992


Friday, January 07, 2005 at 18:28:09 (PST)
Doretta
Dreec@EKNS.com

Hi everybody. I want to begin this NEW YEAR telling you about Mary Carrington Venable Womack (1786-1867). She was a daughter of Samuel Woodson Venable Sr and Mary Carrington. Mary V. Womack was named in her father's will which was recorded Sept 17, 1821 Pr. Ed. Co, VA. Samuel in his will gave his daughter Mary land in Halifax Co, VA which he had bought from William Boyd. This land at the time of Samuel's will was commonly called Cannon's tract. --- (I checked in PROPERTY LINES FROM AN OLD SURVEY BOOK by R.C.Dodson and sure enough on pg 66 (&64) I found a survey for John Cannon on Polecat Creek in Halifax Co,VA dated 28&30 Nov 1747. Could it be possible that the land that William Boyd later sold to Samuel Woodson Venable Sr be a part of John Cannon's land surveyed earlier in 1747 on Polecat Creek?) --- Now Mary's brother Abraham Venable was permitted by their father in his will to have the use of the Cannon tract of land until his mother died. She died in 1837 and Abraham got his own land and Mary V. Womack got the Cannon tract of land in Halifax Co,VA which had been sold to her father by William Boyd. Mary's husband was maybe William Womack. Which William Womack is he? Does anyone know anything else about this land? Doretta


Friday, January 07, 2005 at 23:56:58 (PST)
Barbara Smith
azbarbsmith@cox.net

My aunt Lillie May Humphreys Womack was married on August 25, 1898 to Eugene S. Womack in Wilkinson Cty, MS. Does anyone know ANYTHING about either of this couple? Lillie May was born in Mississippi, date?? I am having difficult finding anything on her except do know they had 4 children. Eugene S. Womack, Anna May, 1909, Eugenia 1901, Melvin ray 1902, Robert 1900
Lillie May, I have been told, died and was buried in Merrysville, La, date ??
HELP with any news.
Thanks


Saturday, January 08, 2005 at 07:23:02 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTENTION: Barbara Smith


MERRYVILLE CEMETERY, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana Listing Compiled by Evelyn E. Cole and Roberta B. Doty Annotations by La Vaughn H. "LV" Hayes are preceded by LVH

WOMACK, FREDDIE E APR 19 1986
WOMACK ROBERT AUG 5 1899 OCT 15 1918 possible son of Lilly and Eugene Womack

I also found these people you mention in the 1900 and 1910 censuses here is the info on each one NOTICEà Lilly gives different age in the 1910 census

1900 U S Census Location 2-BT Amite Co., MS

Womack Eugene Head March 1880 20yrs Born MS father MS mother MS
Womack Lilly Wife May 1883 17yrs Born MS father MS mother MS
Womack Robert Son August 1899 9mo Born MS father MS mother MS

1910 U S Census Location 4th Ward Hattiesburg District 14 Forrest Co. , MS

Est birth
Womack Eugene Head 1880 29yrs Born MS father MS mother MS
Womack Lilly Wife 1885 24yrs Born MS father MS mother MS
Womack Robert Son 1900 10yrs Born MS father MS mother MS
Womack Eugenia Dau 1902 8yrs Born MS father MS mother MS
Womack Melven Son 1904 6yrs Born MS father MS mother MS
Womack Anna May Dau 1909 1yr Born MS father MS mother MS
Womack Robert Brother 1888 21yrs Born MS father MS mother MS
Wrinn Henry Boarder 1892 17yrs Born AL father AL mother AL

This is all I found so far I am going to try and track Eugene and Lilly’s parents down if you need it done is Lilly’s Maiden name (Humphreys??)

Hope this helps ya Barbara

Derrell


Saturday, January 08, 2005 at 09:30:16 (PST)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

Barbara, I don't have much descending but do have this line back, get in touch.

Descendants of Jacob Moore Womack
Generation No. 1

1. Jacob Moore8 Womack (Jacob7, Richard Mansel6, David5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, William1) was born July 28, 1846 in Copiah Co., Mississippi, and died 1946. He married Eliza E. Mathews. She was born February 1847 in Mississippi.

Notes for Jacob Moore Womack:
Served in the CSA under Gen. Albert S. Johnston and Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, Rockport Steel Blades and the 4th Mississippi Cavalry. Listed as a Prisoner of War, May 1865.
1880 Census, Place: Crystal Springs, Copiah, Mississippi
Source: FHL Film 1254646 National Archives Film T9-0646 Page 247B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
J. M. WAMMACK Self M M W 33 MS
Occ: Farmer Fa: MS Mo: MS
Eliza WAMMACK Wife F M W 32 MS
Occ: Keeping House Fa: MS Mo: MS
Saml. WAMMACK Son M S W 8 MS
Fa: MS Mo: MS
Elvira WAMMACK Dau F S W 4

Children of Jacob Womack and Eliza Mathews are:
2 i. John Samuel9 Womack, born October 1871 in Hazelhurst, Copiah Co., Mississippi; died 1947. He married Roxie Virginia Kemph? Abt. 1900 in Copiah Co., Mississippi; born November 05, 1880; died November 16, 1959.

Notes for John Samuel Womack:
aka: Samuel Womack
Samuel may of had a 1st wife named Mollie Harper, recorded Aug 24, 1892 in Copiah Co., Mississippi.

Notes for Roxie Virginia Kemph?:
aka: Rosa V.
aka: Roxie K.
Need proof last name is Kemph? RGW

3 ii. Jacob Leonidas Womack, born Abt. 1873.
4 iii. Elvira Womack, born Abt. 1876 in Mississippi. She married W.W. Kennedy; born in Jackson, LA..
5 iv. Melvin Eugene Womack, born March 1880 in Utica, Mississippi. He married Lillie Mae Humphries August 25, 1898 in Wilkinson Co., Mississippi; born Abt. 1880 in Mississippi.
6 v. Robert Bridges Womack, born November 06, 1886 in Utica, Copia Co., Mississippi.

Notes for Robert Bridges Womack:
Source: W.W. I. Civillian Draft Registration. List birth as 1889.

7 vi. Jacob Womack, born August 1888 in Mississippi. He married Maudie Templeton June 23, 1904 in Wilkinson Co., Mississippi.


Sunday, January 09, 2005 at 01:46:08 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

Doretta

Here is a clue to your Venable posting:

Descendants of Abraham Venable

1 Abraham Venable b: Mar 22, 1699/00 New Kent, Louisa Co, VA d: Dec 16, 1769 Louisa Co Va
.. +Martha Davis b: Jul 14, 1702 Amherst VA? d: Feb 18, 1765 Louisa Co VA? m: Abt. 1723 in Hanover VA?
........ 2 Charles Venable b: Apr 12, 1730 Louisa Co VA? d: Oct 31, 1815 Louisa Co VA?
............ +Elizabeth Smith b: Dec 28, 1733 Louisa Co VA? d: Oct 06, 1793 Prince Edward Co VA m: Dec 29, 1751 in Caroline Co VA
................... 3 Elizabeth Venable b: Abt. 1750
....................... +Masseniello Womack m: Feb 10, 1775 in P.Edw. Co, Va
............................. 4 Patty Womack b: Abt. 1780
................................. +James Plant b: Abt. 1780 m: Dec 12, 1801 in P.Edw. Co, Va.
............................. 4 Elizabeth 11 Womack b: Abt. 1790 d: Bet. 1814 - 1884
................................. +John Dabney b: Abt. 1790 d: Bet. 1814 - 1881 m: Jun 20, 1808 in P.Edw. Co, Va.
........ 2 Nathaniel Venable b: Nov 01, 1733 Louisa Co Va? d: Dec 27, 1804 Prince Edward Co VA?
............ +Elizabeth Woodson b: Jun 06, 1740 Poplar Hill, Henrico Co, VA d: Sep 29, 1791 Prince Edward Co VA m: Mar 19, 1755 in Prince Edward Co VA
................... 3 Samuel Woodson Venable b: Sep 19, 1756 Prince Edward Co VA d: Sep 07, 1821 Sweet Springs, Monroe Co, VA
....................... +Mary S(cott) Carrington b: Jun 21, 1758 Prince Edward Co VA d: Mar 21, 1837 VA? m: Aug 13, 1781
............................. 4 Mary Carrington Venable b: Aug 23, 1786 Prince Edward Co VA? d: Dec 28, 1867 VA?
................................. +William M Womack b: Abt. 1782

I dont think that Massanello and William were brothers; but close cousins..who married into the same family..Massanello's brother Wiliam Married a Jane Kyle Poague abt 1810.


Sunday, January 09, 2005 at 13:46:29 (PST)
Doretta
Dreec@EKNS.com

Thanks Sam - Your posting helps some in sorting out those WILLIAM Womacks. William M.Womack and wife Mary Carrington Venable may have or may not have lived in Halifax Co VA. I don't know, but they for sure had land there. The big question is: Who got the land? Did they sell it or pass it on to issue? I wonder if William and wife left Wills somewhere. Answers to these questions might be found there. --- Also Sam, in looking over some notes, it looks like your Mary who married Jacob Womack (son of Alex Jr) has some family connections with Halifax Co VA. Susannah "Suckey" (Mary's sister) named in her mother's will as Susannah Stegall(married Frederick Stegall) had a daughter named Elizabeth Stegall who married William C Womack and was a niece of your Mary. Anyway it seems that William C Womack's full name is William Creed Womack and is a Brother to Henry and Miles Womack of Halifax Co VA. (Miles Womack married Frances Hawkins). I must add that Susannah and Frederick Stegall had a granddaughter named Ann S Stegal who married _____ Womack. Ann S. and husband had a daughter named Mary S Womack. I lack proof for most of this, but I do welcome it and do very much believe in it. I have in my small way been trying to sort out some Womacks by looking at their family connections. Doretta


Sunday, January 09, 2005 at 17:53:49 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

Doretta
You are welcome as far as that info goes - but one statement you made puczzles me.

"Also Sam, in looking over some notes, it looks like your Mary who married Jacob Womack (son of Alex Jr) has some family connections with Halifax Co VA. Susannah "Suckey" (Mary's sister) named in her mother's will as Susannah Stegall(married Frederick Stegall) had a daughter named Elizabeth Stegall who married William C Womack and was a niece of your Mary."

Are you associating Susannah as a Womack?? Not so, she was a Cole, product of her second marriage, half sister to Mary. A slight problem has risen recently with Mary tho. Her brother and sister (surname Wills) were named in her Grandfather Whitlocks will in 1769. She was not - this would indicate she was born after the will; but her father Dr (George) Wills was named as deceased in that will -- This would mean she was born either late in 1769 or early 1770 - some censuses indicate between 1760-70.

So her father died before the will. And she had to have been conceived prior to the will; but born after for that to happen. So, there has to be a fine time line here as her son Daniel's Bible names her as Mary Wills..probably the confusion of her being a Cole - her mother and John Cole didnt get married until Aug 1772..Charlotte Co VA..

I have a transcript of Josiah Whitlock's will - as well as a marriage bond for Mary and John Cole, and what appears to be a primitive prenuptual agreement - got on a disc somewhere arouond here --


Sunday, January 09, 2005 at 18:33:39 (PST)
Roger Womack
wgnwebmaster@womacknet.com

This is getting interesting. Maybe there is some clues here on Marks line as well. If Elizabeth Stegall married William Creed Womack (brother of Henry and Miles)these Womacks might be a close relation to this line of Womacks. I do have a Charles L. Womack in my database who married Ann Stegall Dec 7, 1859 in Granville Co., North Carolina. but didn't have his parents, who went there?


Monday, January 10, 2005 at 00:07:29 (PST)
dcox
dcox@kerrlake.com

Charles Lewis Womack son of Henry Womack & Susan A. B. (LNU).

Source: 1850 Halifax Co VA Census Northern District Enumerated on 4 Sep 1850 Dwelling 279 Family 281
Henry Womack age 50 Farmer $0 value Born VA [Born about 1800].
Susan Womack age 40 Born VA [Born about 1810].
Robert E. Womack age 16 Born VA [Born about 1834] Laborer.
Charles L. Womack age 14 Born VA [Born about 1836].
Nancy N. M. Womack age 12 Born VA [Born about 1838].
James H. Womack age 9 Born VA [Born about 1841].
William R. Womack age 6 Born VA [Born about 1844].
Miles E. Womack age 3 Born VA [Born about 1847].
Roberta Womack age 11/12 months Born VA [Born about 1849].
Nancy Franklin age 50 Born VA [Born about 1800].
Lewelln Jackson age 20 Male Mulatto Born VA [Born about 1830].

The above Miles E. Womack is not the Miles who married Frances Hawkins.

Charles married Ann Stegall on 07 December 1859 in Granville Co NC.

Source: Halifax County VA Census 1860
Northern District Scottsburg PO Halifax Co VA Dwelling #1010 Family #982
Charles L. Womack 24 Laborer $125 VA Married within the year
Ann S. Womack 23 Laborer VA Married within the year.

Pension applications filed by Virginia Confederate veterans and their widows.
Ann Stegall Womack, who received a pension in 1888.
Note Widow
Womack, Ann S.
Received $30 per year.
Residing at Scottsburg Halifax Co VA
Widow of Charles L. Womack
He was a member of Capt. Henry Edmonds Co

On the application Ann states she was married in Halifax Co VA.

Charles Lewis Womack born 20 April 1836 VA died 26 April 1864 Fort Delaware DE
Buried: April 1864 National Cemetery at Finns Point New Jersey

Sources: 1862 Charles Lewis Womack
Born on 20 April 1836.
Residence: Occupation:
Service Record:
Enlisted as a Private on 17 April 1862
Enlisted in Company G, 53rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 17 April 1862.
Hospitalized on 07 May 1862 at Petersburg, VA (With rubeola)
Returned on 22 May 1862
POW on 03 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA
Confined on 06 July 1863 at Fort McHenry, MD
Confined on 12 July 1863 at Fort Delaware, DE
Died of disease while a POW Company G, 53rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 26 April 1864 in Fort Delaware, DE

Halifax War Memorial Halifax Co VA

Ann (Stegall) Womack
born Abt. 1837 VA died unknown
married in 1859 (see above)
1860 Halifax Co VA Census age 23 (see above)
1870 Halifax Co VA Census
Dwelling #131 Family #132
Bedford L. Stigall 30 Farmer $0 $0 [born about 1840]
Ann S. Womack 34 Keeping House $0 $0 [born about 1836]
Mary S. Womack 8 [born about 1862]

Bedford L. Stigall/Stegall is most likely Ann's brother. They are both living in the household of Louisa (Stegall) Throckmorton in 1850.

George W. Thockmorton married Louisa Stigall 23 May 1827 Halifax Co VA
Ancestry.com Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 Search Term=Stigall

1850 Halifax Co VA Census
George W. Throckmorton Age 48 Farmer $1500 Born VA [1802]
Louisa Throckmorton Age 43 Born VA [1807]
Ann S. Stegall Age 14 Born VA [1836]
Bedford L. Stegall Age 10 Born VA [1840]

Charles Lewis Womack and Ann (Stegall) Womack had one daughter, Mary S. Womack, age 8 in 1870.

Lineage of Charles Lewis Womack b. 20 April 1836
d. 26 April 1864 Fort Delaware DE

Father: Henry Womack b. Abt. 1800 Halifax Co VA
Death Record: Halifax County, 1875, page 9, line 153.
Date of death: June 20, 1875.
Place of death: Halifax County.
Cause of death: fistula.
Age at death: 75 year(s).
Place of birth: Halifax County.
Occupation: farmer.
Womack, William, Father
Womack, Rebecca, Mother
Womack, Susan A.B., Wife
Womack, Susan A.B., Informant

Mother: Susan A. B. (LNU)
b. Abt. 1810 VA 1850 Census, age 40, born VA and listed as Susan Womack.
d. Aft. 1875 Informant on husband's death record.
married about 1834.
GFather: William Womack b. Abt. 1762 d. Bef. 05 June 1829 Halifax Co VA
GMother: Rebecca (LNU) b. unknown d. Aft. 1832
GGFather: Abraham Womack b. Abt. 1737 [Date based on substracting 25 years (a generation) from William's birth date which is based on Mark Womack finding William living in Abraham's household for the first time in the year 1782 Tax List. This assumes William wouldn't have been listed on a tax list in his father's household until he reached the age over 16 and under 21. Thereby, substracting that age from the census year to deduct his birth date. I don't know how accurate this date is but at least you know how I arrived at the date.]
GGMother: unknown

*1779 [I am not sure the deed below is the same Abraham Womack I have placed it under, further research needed. This deed is recorded in Halifax Co VA, also.]

Abraham Womack
Deed Book 6 Page 42 Mecklenburg Co., VA
Abraham Womack granted to William Naish 22 Nov 1779

Abraham Womack of Halifax County, Virginia gives to William Naish four negroes namely Hannah, James, Piner, and Glaston....
Signed: Abraham Womack {Seal}
Witness: William Bressie, Francis Bressie, William Gregory
Admitted to court by oaths of William Bressie and William Gregory on 12th day of June 1780.

[The names William Naish, the Bressie's[Bracey's] and Gregory are individuals who would have lived in Mecklenburg Co VA.]

I am not sure the following information refers to the same Abraham Womack.

*1782 Halifax Co VA Head of Household
Abraham Womack 2 whites 8 blacks

*1782 Halifax Co VA Personal Property Tax List
Name - Tithes - Negroes - Horses - Mules - Cattle
Abraham Womack 1-7-2-0-3

*1787 Halifax Co VA Tax List Northern District
Abraham Womack Charged with tax=self
white males >16 & <21=0

*Historic Homes/Sites in Halifax Co VA
Woodlawn on the Staunton River

The early history of Woodlawn is the land which Daniel Hutson
of Charlotte County sold to Abram Womack, of Halifax
County, a tract of land, containing 480 acres, on
the waters of Beaver Greek and Staunton River.
Kenneth Cook, the writer of this article, from the
News & Record Staff written or published on
September 17, 1976 states the following:

"Ten years later, in 1779 (exact date not given;
deed presented at court on February 17, 1780), Abram
Womack sold to John Coleman, likewise of Halifax
County, the same tract of land, 480 acres. The deed
stated that it was the land "whereon the said Womack
now lives, together with all houses, orchards,
gardens, fences, woods, underwoods, waters,
watercourses and appurtenances whatsoever..." The
purchase price was 2500 pounds, more than seven
times what Womack had paid for it!"

"Land tax records for the period, which might shed
light on the property, are gone. From past
experience, however, only one thing would likely
cause such an increase in the value of a tract of
land--the building of a rather substantial
residence. Thus it can be said, with some degree of
certainty, that Woodlawn was built during this
10-year period."

Doris


Monday, January 10, 2005 at 03:05:02 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

Here are some WOMACKS buried in Louisiana:

BISTINEAU CEMETERY

Womack, Robertine Elizabeth---06/22/1931---05/13/1950

OLD SPARTA CEMETERY, Bienville Parish, Louisiana

Womack, Ava Lue --- 11/13/1921---
Womack, John D. --- 05/05/1914 --- 06/02/1984

RIDGE CEMETERY, Bienville Parish, Louisiana

Womack, Baby
Womack, Baby
Womack, Barbara Lue --- 01/12/1955 --- 01/15/1955
Womack, Charlotte B. --- 10/30/1905 --- 07/05/1974
Womack, Elizabeth --- 03/14/1837 --- 04/04/1929
--- (Elizabeth Carlisle married Richard Willard Womack)
Womack, Elizabeth L. --- 12/19/1892
Womack, Frank B. --- 01/17/1866 --- 11/20/1946
Womack, George R. --- 01/04/1915
Womack, Jessie May --- 05/06/1906--- 11/13/1922
Womack, Margaret D. --- 01/11/1915
Womack, N.J.Littleton --- 02/08/1862 --- 02/04/1904
Womack, R.W. (Richard Willard)--- 07/24/1833 --- 05/11/1907
Womack, T.A. --- 1855 ---- 1902
Womack, W.N. --- 05/24/1903 --- 02/22/1934
Womack, Watson --- 07/28/1867 --- 01/12/1960
Womack, William W. --- 10/13/1922
Womack, Barbara Lue---Jan 12 1955---Jan 15 1955
Womack, Baby---Son of J.D. ans A.L. Womack no dates
Womack, Elizabeth L.---Dec 19 1892
Womack, Frank B.---Jan 17 1866---Nov 20 1946
Womack, Baby---no dates
2 concrete chunks, no names
Womack, Watson---July 28 1867---Jan 12 1960
Womack, W.N.---son of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Womack---May 24
1903---Feb 22
Womack, Jessie Mae---May 6 1906---Nov 13 1922 dau of Mr. and
Mrs. Watson Womack
Womack, William W,---Oct 13 1911
Womack, Charlotte B.---Oct 30 1905---July 5 1974
Womack, George R.---Jan 4 1915
Womack, Margaret D.---Jan 11 1915
Womack, R.W.---July 24 1833---May 11 1907
Womac, Elizabeth---Mar 14 1837---Apr 4 1929
Womack, T.A.---1855---1902

RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH-BIENVILLE PAR. LA
Copied: 8/25/1985 by Annette (Carpenter) Womack

Barbara Lue Womack: Jan 12, 1955-Jan 15, 1955
Baby Womack: s/o J. D. & A. L. Womack (no dates)
WOMACK: Elizabeth L.: Dec 19, 1892 ----------------
Frank B.: Jan 17, 1866-Nov 20, 1946
WOMACK: Wm. W.: Oct 3, 1911-Apr 8, 1985
Charlotte B.: Oct 30, 1905 - July 5, 1974
WOMACK: George R.: Jan 4, 1915 -------------
Margaret d.: Jan 11, 1915 - Nov 17, 1979
Watson Womack: July 28, 1867 (only date)

J. Littleton w/o W. Womack: Feb 8, 1862-Feb 4, 1904
W. N. Womack son of M & M Watson Womack: May 24, 1903-Feb 22, 1934

Jessie May Womack: May 6, 1906 - Nov 13, 1922
R. W. Womack: July 24, 1833 - May 11, 1907

Elizabeth Womack: Mar 14, 1837 - Apr 4, 1929

T. H. Womack: 1855 - 1902

Vivian Cemetery Transcription, Vivian, Louisiana, Caddo Parish

Womack, Hillard W. /Born: May 4, 1908 /Died: August 8, 1958 /Married: Unknown /Epitaph: None /Military or Organization: Unknown
Womack, J.E. "Gene" /Born: August 15, 1932 /Died: November 5, 1989 /Married: Unknown /Epitaph: Family Plot /Military or Organization: Unknown
Womack, Sandra Jean /Born: October 8, 1955 /Died: November 12, 1955 /Married: None /Epitaph: Oh, Joy That Comes To Us Thru Pain We Dare Not Close Our Hearts To Thee. /Military or Organization: None

Graceland - Orange Grove Cemetery. Lake Charles, Calcasieu Pr. LA

Womack Annie 7 Oct 1886 24 Mar 1964
Womack T. A. 6 Nov 1885 26 Feb 1963

Cross Roads Church Cemetery, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana

Womack, Kizzie Barnes b. 5-29-1915 d. 7-13-1984
w/o Louis Irvin Womack m. 6-29-1935
Womack, Jerry Lewis b. 6-10-1936 d. 3-5-1970
Womack, Louis Irvin b. 3-4-1912 d. 10-7-1982
h/o Kizzie Barnes Womack m. 6-29-1935
Womack, Louis Langston b. 2-3-1958 d. 2-18-1958
s/o Jerry & Mary Womack

OLD NEW CHURCH CEMETERY, Caldwell Parish, LA

Womack, Inf dau., 7/28/1913, 7/28/1913 d/o B. I. Womack
Womack, Inf. son, 8/15/1912, 8/15/1912 s/o B. I. Womack

PALESTINE BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY, Caldwell Parish, LA

Womack, Beulah Barnett, 12/7/1899, 12/8/1924 w/o J.W. Womack
Womack, Dettie Coates, 12/25/1886, 7/2/1965 w/o Jack B. Womack
Womack, Fannie Kennedy, 2/22/1860, 7/31/1940 w/o Richard H. Womack
Womack, George W., 3/28/1881, 4/15/1884 s/o Richard & Fannie Womack
Womack, Jack Blanks, 4/10/1879, 4/20/1955
Womack, Oscar L. Sr., 5/2/1877, 10/19/1950
Womack, Panola, 4/2/1876, 2/25/1948
Womack, Richard Harry, 6/5/1852, 5/24/1904

OLD TOWN CEMETERY , CLAIBORNE PARISH LA Section II

Womack, Dutch 1/27/1900 10/27/1976
Womack, George M. 7/15/1936 9/2/1979
Womack, Lorraine 4/14/1916

Tulip Cemetery Claiborne Parish, Louisiana

Womack, Ralph
17 Nov 1911 25 Aug 1979 MRC US Navy WW II Korea
Womack, Vashti Lee 08 Jan 1914 28 Dec 1993 wife of Ralph Womack

Port Hudson National Cemetery, East Baton Rouge Pr. Louisiana

WOMACK, JOHN EDGAR NOV 10 1961 1ST SGT

Fort Necessity Baptist Church Cemetery, Franklin Parish, LA

Herbert Lee WOMACK, 1902 -1966 MASONIC & WOW
Alta J WOMACK, 1905- Blank

Robert L Womack, 9-14-1914 - 5-3-1971

Antioch Cemetery, Jackson Parish, Louisiana

Agusta P. Womack 7/23/03 9/11/86
Gilbert A. Womack 10/20/1899 2/1/70

CHATHAM CEMETERY, Jackson Parish, LA

Womack, Aubrey D., 8/16/1912, 2/6/1953
Womack, Bernice May, 1919, 1964 w/o Walter A. Womack
Womack, Carole Mae, 8/16/1939, 4/14/1944
Womack, Charles M., 10/13/1885, 9/24/1942
Womack, Donald, 1925, 1980 S1 USNavy WWII
Womack, Edna Smith, 7/5/1919, 6/28/1982 w/o Robert Keith Womack
Womack, Emma J., 7/11/1878,
Womack, Ethel Anders, 12/18/1908, 6/4/1970 w/o Herbert C. Womack
Womack, Etta Stancil, 10/12/1899, 11/12/1979 w/o Charles M. Womack
Womack, Eugene Jarrell, 1/24/1934, 5/3/1935
Womack, Floy Wilder, 2/9/1894, 11/9/1977 w/o W.D.Womack
Womack, Frances G., 8/23/1936, 8/23/1936
Womack, George Lancey, 11/24/1883, 2/8/1942
Womack, Guey B., 1885, 1959 h/o Ollie T. Womack
Womack, Harvey C., 6/21/1908, 11/7/1990 h/o Ida May Womack
Womack, Herbert Carson, 6/11/1909, 2/19/1969
Womack, Ida May, 7/28/1911, 2/21/1980
Womack, Ina Marlene, 8/29/1931, 8/29/1931
Womack, Jack E., 10/30/1909, 8/17/1993 h/o Virginia P. Womack
Womack, John Wesley, 6/9/1893, 4/30/1950
Womack, Lula Mercer, 11/23/1895, 9/19/1966 w/o Wiley L. Womack Married
8/29/1912
Womack, Luner Jarrell, 8/30/1913, 8/25/1941 w/o Jack Womack
Womack, Mary Bell Emmons, 1/8/1881, 11/2/1963 w/o George L. Womack
Womack, Ollie T., 1889, 1990
Womack, Prentice D., 5/19/1935, 2/20/1993
Womack, S.J. "Jack", 3/16/1921, 4/3/1997
Womack, Velda V., 7/27/1905, 8/29/1980
Womack, Virginia M., 4/4/1918, 2/16/1988
Womack, Walter Arnold, 1900, 1964
Womack, Wiley Lanis, 8/31/1885, 9/9/1961
Womack, William Dawson, 11/22/1885, 12/15/1943
Womack, William W., 3/15/1876, 2/10/1954 h/o Emma J. Womack
Womack. A.C., 2/24/1894, 10/24/1948

Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Jackson Parish, Louisiana

Womack, Infant daughter; b/d 8/10/1915, d/o Mr.& Mrs. W. D. Womack, Sr.

PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY, Jackson Parish, LA

WOMACK George W. June 10 1858 Nov 25 1917 h/o S.C.Womack
WOMACK S.C. Mar 12 1858 Sept 9 1990 w/o G. W.
Womack (name is Susan Claire Chatham)
WOMACK infant Aug 2 1894 Aug 6 1894 son/o G. W. & S. C. Womack
WOMACK Mrs Ellen about 1845 Oct 11 1910 w/o Wiley W/omack

WOMACK CEMETERY, Jackson Parish, Louisiana

Womack Docia 12/23/1888 3/2/1982
Daddy William Odus Womack 10/8/1881; June 21 1959
Womack R. B. June 22 1921 Nove 21 1966 s/o W O Womack
Wall Walter Samuel 10/20/1883 May 22 1960 h/o Grace Wall
Wall Grace Lula 10/4/1886 July 7 1979 w/o Walter Wall
Womack Pairlee 8/3/1888 3/23/1985
Womack R. B. 1/25/1861 3/14/1928
Womack Alice Gray 9/17/1858 3/24/1926 w/o R. B. Womack d/o M/M R. B
Plunket Ruby Belle 7/11/1890 5/15/1921
Walker Homer James 3/20/1919 2/6/1941
Walker Sallie H. 4/19/1890 8/28/1931
Walker Henry Jackson 2/1/1882 12/12/1950
Walker Carl Dawson 9/16/1923 2/9/1970
Walker William Roland Jr. 2/19/1957 3/31/1957
Walker Durward Loyd 6/18/1922 3/3/1925 s/o M/M H. J. Walker
Walker Sallie Hazel 5/14/1923 3/21/1925 d/o M/M H J
Walker Hurbert D. 10/13/1909 9/13/1947 daddy
Walker Marie Alice 10/29/1911 10/24/1996
Walker Jimmy Clinton 11/1/1939 11/12/1993 SP4 USArmy
Pridgen Elenora 7/11/1908 7/21/1908 d/o G L & M L
Womack Hubert 2/25/1898 4/30/1898 s/o T G & J H Womack
Womack Maggie 9/26/1891 8/10/1900 d/o T G & J H Womack
Boney Jesse L. 10/6/1908 9/7/1908 s/o J P & M B
Womack Telitha C. 10/15/1862 10/1/1944 w/o J. H.
Womack James H. 5/16/1864 12/27/1930 (Masonic) h/o Telitha
Womack W. R. 2/12/1841 7/2/1899 (Masonic)
Womack Clarence A. 3/8/1904 7/17/1905 s/o RE & RM
Womack Ellen 3/28/1820 12/28/1893 w/o W M Womack
Womack Caroline unknown 7/4/1891
Faulk Millienah 1/12/1911 6/18/1912 d/o T M & Maude
Womack Alice Virginia unknown 10/18/1878
Womack William unknown 12/9/1878 (Masonic)
Tippen Nannie W. 2/25/1859 6/20/1951
Smith D. Ethel 10/26/1901 7/14/1904 d/o J G & M P Smith
Smith Grace 1/4/1904 3/16/1907 d/o J G & M P Smith
Infant of M/M R H Shannon 8/5/1912 8/5/1912
Tullos Tommy 11/6/1900 11/9/1900 s/o A J Tullos
Womack Vivian Estelle 1905 1936
Womack Mack 11/22/1940 7/29/1942 s/o Weymon & Mildred
Copples Mary Francis 1/29/1914 3/27/1914
Copples Mrs. A. C. (age 52) 10/27/1954
Boyd William Jesse 7/10/1864 5/15/1918
Boyd Trullie Lee (age 44 years) 3/10/1915 w/o W. J. Boyd
Richardson Ben E. 4/8/1872 1/11/1954 h/o Annie S.
Richardson Annie S. 3/15/1882 4/1/1948 w/o Ben E.
Richardson Johnny 11/9/1904 10/9/1916 s/o Ben & Annie
Spillers G. T. Sr. 10/1/1882 9/26/1963 h/o Emma Lusader
Spillers Emma Lusader 3/26/1887 1/2/1938 w/o George T.
Smith Ocey 1935 1938
Smith Alma Jean 1931 8/12/1939 d/o M/M A A Smith

WESTLAWN MEMORIAL PARK, GRETNA WEST JEFFERSON PARISH LOUISIANA

WOMACK, JACK L. COF-RF-10-D 05-26-1995
WOMACK, RUTH HIGGINS COF-RF-12-D 01-18-1992

Cemetery, Pinehill Cemetery, Urania, LaSalle Parish, La.

WOMACK, Beatrice M. Unknown
July 12, 1912
February 10, 1988
July 25, 1931
WOMACK, Horace W.
(parents ?)

WOMACK, Horace W.
September 15, 1909
December 20, 1984
July 25, 1931
WOMACK, Beatrice M. Unknown
(parents ?)

WOMACK, Nola B.
December 31, 1932
(daughter of Horace W. & Beatrice M. Unknown Womack)

Cemeteries: Greenwood Cemetery, Lincoln Parish, LA

Womack
S.A. "Ause" Eunice A.
Father Mother
Mar 23, 1912 Aug 5, 1913
Feb 18, 1984
Beyond the sunset

Military: Civil War Veteran Soldiers Burial Sites - Winn Parish, La.
Cemeteries: Zion Hill Cemetery - Tannehill - Winn Parish, La

WOMACK
Sophia M 8/28/1841 - 12/15/1933 w/o Jesse
Womack, Jessie Co K 28 La Inf 10/29/1838 - 1/08/1919
Alice Dean 2/07/1860 - 9/24/1935 w/o Joseph
Joseph 1845 - 3/14/1897
Rev. James P 7/20/1875 - 10/27/1909 h/o Rose Womack
M M no dates
Andrew 5/21/1882 - 4/11/1930
W H 3/06/1869 - 10/15/1869

Cemeteries: Yankee Springs Cemetery, Winn Parish, LA

WOMACK, Annie E. 26 Dec 1896 1 Apr 1965

Other cemetery info. would not bring up page.


Monday, January 10, 2005 at 13:31:03 (PST)
dcox
dcox@kerrlake.com

The following is what I have on Frederick Stegall & Susannah (Cole) Stegall.

Frederick Stegall Born Abt. 1781 Died Bef. 05 January 1836
1820 Census Halifax Co VA
1830 Census Halifax Co VA
Occupation Planter & Merchant
Probate 5 Jan 1836

Susannah (Cole) Stegall Born Abt. 1782 Died 12 September 1855
married 19 June 1804 Lunenburg Co VA
Halifax Co VA Death Records
Date of death: September 12, 1855.
Place of death: Halifax County.
Cause of death: palsy.
Age at death: 73 year(s).
Place of birth: Halifax County.
Cole, John, Father
Cole, Mary, Mother
Throckmorton, Throckmorton, Mrs., informant (Daughter)

Notes on a Mary Cole (don't know if it is the same Mary Cole)

*Chancery Records
Locality Index Number Plat?
LUNENBURG CO 1814-005 NO
LVA Reel Number Local Reel Number Image Number
74 30
Plaintiffs Defendants
P1: MARY COLES ETC D1: WILLIAM COLES ETC

Surnames
BRAYSON HOPPER ROBERTSON COLES LOCKABEE STEGALL COMER NEFF

Wills
NONE
Original Local Case Number
LVA BOX 3

*Chancery Records
Locality Index Number Plat?
LUNENBURG CO 1812-018 NO
LVA Reel Number Local Reel Number Image Number
73 29
Plaintiffs Defendants
P1: MARY COLE D1: ADMR OF JOHN COLE

Surnames
COLE ROBERTSON SHELTON WILKES YARBROUGH

Wills
NONE
Original Local Case Number
LVA BOX 3

*Frederick & Susannah had the following children there may have been others.
Louisa Stegall & Elizabeth Stegall

Louisa Stegall Born Abt. 1807 VA
Halifax County VA Census 1850 Age 43 Born VA
married 23 May 1827 Halifax Co VA
married George W. Throckmorton Born Abt. 1802 VA
Halifax County VA Census 1850 Age 48 Farmer $1500 Born VA

*1850 Halifax Co VA Census North District
Dwelling 611 Family 613
George W. Throckmorton Age 48 Farmer $1500 Born VA [1802]
Louisa Throckmorton Age 43 Born VA [1807]
Ann S. Stegall Age 14 Born VA [1836]
Bedford L. Stegall Age 10 Born VA [1840]

Elizabeth Stegall Born Abt. 1818 VA
1850 Halifax Co VA Census North District, age 32, born in VA
Dwelling 611 Household 614
married 30 July 1832 Halifax Co VA
married William Creed Womack Born Abt. 1808 VA
1850 Census, age 42, born in VA Occupation Farmer Real-Property $1300
Died 09 August 1891 Graves Co KY
Query of Gail McDaniel Goetz Date: Jun 28, 1997; 00:03
ggoetz@shastalink.k12.ca.us
from Womacknet.com
Residence Moved to KY in the 1850's. Query of Gail McDaniel Goetz

Doris


Monday, January 10, 2005 at 16:38:47 (PST)
Doretta
Dreec@EKNS.Net

Sorry Sam. MY GOOF! I know that Mary and Susannah were half-sisters, but sometimes in my thinking I kind of blend families too much and forget to write half (or step) as the case may be. Thanks for reminding me about Mary. Forgets like mine do sometimes make problems in sorting out families. I will try not to do too much blending in the future. --- I might add that Susannah Stegall maybe also had a great granddaughter named Virginia J Stigall that married Julius Caesar Snead. Juiius was the son of Susannah Rebecca Hudson and Charles Henry Snead. Susannah Rebecca seems to be a daughter of Mary A Womack and Julius Caesar Hudson. Mary A. was sister to Henry, Miles and William Creed Womack. And I might add that maybe a nephew of Charles Henry Snead was Lewellen Snead who married Rebecca J Womack. I have been trying to sort out Hudsons and Sneed/Sneads since my husband's line (Miles & Frances) had several contacks with them. Jefferson Davis Womack married 1st Mary/Molly Hudson and 2nd Lucy T Sneed/Snead and Jeff's sister Lillie for sure married William Hudson before 1889. I think William Hudson is William Robert Hudson who married a Lillie Womack in 1884. This Lillie in 1884 had a Rebecca sign for her. I think Lillie's mother Mary C Womack had died and Rebecca was Lillie's guardian. I don't yet have proof of this, nor do I know who this Rebecca is. Lots of Rebeccas and if you count Henry's mother that makes four I think. If anyone finds my Lillie Womack ANYWHERE on the 1880 Census, please let me know. Lilly may be living with her mother, Mary C, if Mary is still living or if Mary is already dead then Lillie might be living with this Rebecca. Anyway I understand that a Rebecca signed for a Lillie Womack to marry in Halifax in 1884 a William Robert Hudson. I bet she is my Lillie but I don't yet know for sure. --- Roger, It is great to hear from you. If you, Doris, Sam or anyone else can make heads or tails out of my postings and can find clues in any of them to tie Miles and Henry's lines into the main Womack Bunch of Womacks, I would be SO HAPPY. Doretta


Monday, January 10, 2005 at 16:43:55 (PST)
Royce W. Gibson
royce gibson at frontiernet.net

WOMACKS in the News

Just and FYI - we have two Womacks in the news a lot this week.

Laura Womack - is a reporter for NPR who has been filing a lot of stories on the Tsunami from India
and
Guy Womack - is the defence attorney for the Soldier on trial in Texas for the Abu Ghraib prison scandal.

Happy New Year - one and all


Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at 03:26:02 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

WOMACK--WOMACH--WAMMACK INDIAN TRIBE CONNECTIONS



Database = Native American Data
28 Matches for [ surname=WOMACK ]
If you get too many matches, return to the form and add information in other fields.
If you get too few, return to the form and remove or change some of the restrictions.
Matches 1 - 28 of 28

Name Tribe
WOMACK, Allen Choctaw
WOMACK, Amanda Choctaw
WOMACK, Amanda Choctaw
WOMACK, Annie Choctaw
WOMACK, Doc Choctaw
WOMACK, Fannie Choctaw
WOMACK, Frank Choctaw
WOMACK, Holly Choctaw
WOMACK, J H Choctaw
WOMACK, James Choctaw
WOMACK, James Choctaw
WOMACK, James H Choctaw
WOMACK, James P Choctaw
WOMACK, Jesse Choctaw
WOMACK, John B Choctaw
WOMACK, Josie Choctaw
WOMACK, Lillie Choctaw
WOMACK, Maggie Choctaw
WOMACK, Margaret E Choctaw
WOMACK, Mary Choctaw
WOMACK, Polly Choctaw
WOMACK, Robert H Choctaw
WOMACK, Telitha Choctaw
WOMACK, Telitha Choctaw
WOMACK, Wiilie Choctaw
WOMACK, William Choctaw
WOMACK, William F Choctaw
WOMACK, William L Choctaw


Database = Native American Data
1 Matches for [ surname=womach ]
If you get too many matches, return to the form and add information in other fields.
If you get too few, return to the form and remove or change some of the restrictions.
Matches 1 - 1 of 1

Name Tribe
WOMACH, Ida Choctaw

Database = Native American Data
4 Matches for [ surname=wammack ]
If you get too many matches, return to the form and add information in other fields.
If you get too few, return to the form and remove or change some of the restrictions.
Matches 1 - 4 of 4

Name Tribe
WAMMACK, William Choctaw
WAMMACK, William Choctaw
WAMMACK, William Choctaw
WAMMACK, William Choctaw


Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at 07:22:03 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

OK More Stegall etc -

On Rogers posting of Charles Womack and Ann Stegall
closest thing I can find...
William STEGALL
Born: Abt 1811 Place: , , Nc
Married: Abt 1830 Place: , , Nc

Esther ?
Born: Abt 1813 Place: , , Nc
Married: Abt 1830 Place: , , Nc

Ann STEGALL
Born: Abt 1842 Place: , , Nc

Ann had 11 siblings
No info on William's parents, etc no info on
Ann's spouse, but this puts her in the ballpark
for an 1859 marriage...

Unfortunately, either Granville Co was totally left off
the census indexing, or there were no Womacks there in
1840 thru 1880...using soundex to search Ancestry..

At best, there must have been a movement of Womacks;
and they happened to be in NC in 1859 and Charles met
Ann and they were married and moved on...things
happened like that back then...


WILL OF MARY WHITLOCK WILLS COLE

Mary first married to George Wills/Wells/Willis.
Both John (Cole) and Mary were previously married.

Mary's WILL dated 15 Apr 1818, probated 18 Sep 1821 in Lunenburg Co., Va.

Mary Cole's WILL Lunenburg Co., Va.; WILL Book 1811-1888 pg 25; Film reel 2,
Prince Edwards Deeds 19 Aug 1772-per Marital agreement, John Cole &
Mary Wills:

W.B. 6 pg 221 18 Mar 1808 Lunenburg Co., Va.; acct of sales to Mary Cole;
to Josiah Cole; to Nunn Cole to Letty Cole.

DEED & WILL BOOK 1811-1888 PG 25 LUNENBURG CO VA 15 Apr 1818, WILL of Mary
Cole
In the name of almighty God amen. I Mary Cole of Lunnburg Co. and State
of Va. do hereby make this my last will and testament in manner and form
following that is to say:
1st I give and bequeath to my son JOSIAH COLE one hundred dollars and three
cows and calves to him and his heirs forever.
2nd I give and bequeath to my son GEORGE COLE one hundred dollars and his
hiers forever.
3rd I give and bequeath to DESDOMA WELLS fifty dollars to her an her heirs
forever.
4th I give and bequeath to my daughter MARY WAMMOCK fifty dollars and one
feather bed an furniture to her and her heirs forever.
5th I give and bequeath to my daughter SUSANNAH STEGALL one negro woman
by the name of Cole and one feather bed and furniture to her and her heirs
forever.
6th I give and bequeath to my son NUNN COLE two silver dollars to him and
his heirs forever.
7th I give and bequeath to my daughter LETTY COMMER two silver dollars to
her and her heirs forever.
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.
I testimony wherof I have herunto set my hand and seal this 15th day of April
1818.
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of: Merewether Hurt & JACOB WOMACK
Mary Cole her mark and seal.
In Lunenburg Superior Court 18th September 1821.
The within written last will and testament of Mary Cole deceased was
presented in to court and proved by the oaths of the two subscribing
witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.


Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at 09:02:42 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

OK More on Womack/Hudson:

1870 Census, Roanoke, Halifax, VA
Dwelling 375/Family 375, page 39, Sep 3, 1870.
Womack, Mary age 30
Jefferson age 12
Lillie age 3
Post Office: Halifax Court House
Roll: M593_1650 Page: 640
Image: 488 Year: 1870

I found two Lillies in NC on the 1880 census.
Both were born abt 1878 and 1879 respectively.
Not the same Lillie..
Then I find this:
Womack, Lillie Bell 7 Nov 1863 , Halifax Co., Virginia F: ??
M: Rebecca S: William Robert Hudson (Mother is Rebecca???)

Surname: Hudson
Given Name: William Robert
NICK: Bill
Sex: M
Birth: 8 Sep 1857 in , Halifax Co., Virginia
Death: 22 Dec 1922 in , Halifax Co., Virginia
Burial: Hudson Fam. Cem., Clover, Halifax Co., Virginia

Note:
MARRIAGE: Halifax Co., VA marriage register 3-138.
BIRTH, DEATH, BURIAL: Porter Hudson Book, Halifax Co., VA Courthouse, pg. 70.
RELATIONSHIP: Parents listed on marriage record.
Listed with wife and son on 1910 Halifax Co., VA census pg. 113.

Father: Emanuel HUDSON b: 1814/1816 in , Halifax Co., Virginia
Mother: Martha A. LLOYD b: 1825/1830 in , Halifax Co., Virginia

Marriage 1 Lillie Bell WOMACK b: 7 Nov 1863 in , Halifax Co., Virginia
Married: 26 Nov 1884 in , Halifax Co., Virginia
Children
Lettie Kate HUDSON b: ABT 1886 in , Halifax Co., Virginia
Henry Claiborne HUDSON b: 1887/1889 in , Halifax Co., Virginia
Robert Lee HUDSON b: ABT 1893 in Halifax Co., Virginia

Name: Lillie Bell WOMACK
Surname: Womack
Given Name: Lillie Bell
Sex: F
Birth: 7 Nov 1863 in , Halifax Co., Virginia
Death: 3 Sep 1943 in of, Halifax Co., Virginia
Burial: Hudson Fam. Cem., Clover, Halifax Co., Virginia
Note:
MARRIAGE: Halifax Co., VA marriage register 3-138.
RELATIONSHIP: Mother listed on marriage record.
Listed with husband and son on 1910 Halifax Co., VA census pg. 113.


Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at 13:11:15 (PST)
dcox
dcox@kerrlake.com

I found my research notes from Granville Co NC.

*Granville Co NC
Marriage Record 1851-1868
Page 156
Date 7 Dec 1859
Groom Charles W. Womack
Bride Ann L. Stegall
Marriage performed by: L. B. Stone, J. P.

*Granville Co NC
Marriage Register 1746-1857-Male
Date 31 May 1763
Groom Abraham Womack
Bride Martha Mitchell
Surety Abraham Womack
Surety John Mitchell

*Granville Co NC
Marriage Register 1746-1857 - Male
Date 15 Nov 1796
Groom Jesse Womack
Bride Elizabeth Johnson
Surety Jesse Womack
Surety Isaac Johnson

*Granville Co NC
"Hicks History of Granville County North Carolina" Vol. I
Coble Printing Company
Oxford North Carolina 1965
Compiled by Elizabeth Hicks Hummell 415 College Street Oxford North Carolina Copyright 1965
Bond #6914
Date 9 Oct 1858
Groom Theodore F. Mimms
Bride Cordelia Womack
Surety John H. Terry

Doris


Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at 17:39:13 (PST)
Doretta
Dreec@EKNS.Net

Sam---Thanks for that data on Lillie. I will study it later. Lillie can wait for now. I have just run on to these relationships that follow. I find them quite interesting and most likely others will too. Sam, we will start with your Mary Whitlock who married George Wills and John Cole and was the mother of Mary Wills Womack and Susannah Cole Stegall. Mary had a sister Elizabeth Whitlock. Elizabeth married William Foster who had a brother Josiah Foster who married Elizabeth Johnson. (Also another brother of theirs, Robert Foster married Charity _____). Now Beth, this Elizabeth Johnson was a sister to your Sarah Johnson who married (Jacob/Peter) Womack (you know, our Bubba). Most of this is from RootsWeb and needs yet to be proved. Doretta


Wednesday, January 12, 2005 at 01:22:27 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

Here is something I sent off for. It came from the Allen County Public Library in Indiana.

JOHNSON WOMACK - REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER
By William M. Bailey


On the 12th day of December in year 1832 Johnson Womack (the correct spelling is Womack and the name is variously spelt as Wamock - used in all pension applications; Womack; and Warmack) applied for a Revolutionary War pension in Washington Co., Territory of Arkansas. This application was made under the Revolutionary Claim Act of Congress dated June 7, 1832 which provided pensions to those who fought in the Revolutionary War. According to his testimony in his second pension application, this first request was turned down because of “want of precision in setting out the length of his service and for want of conformity with the regulations prescribed by the department”

On the 30th day of October in the year 1837, Johnson Womack made a second pension application in the County of Madison, state of Arkansas. On this application a pension of $33.22 per year was approved and a certificate was issued on March 29, 1838 as Pension Number S32577. This pension was to start on the 4th day of March 1831 and his initial payment of $238.66 included arrears of $222.00 and a current amount of $16.66.

Johnson Womack was born in Goochland Co., Virginia on January 2, 1762 and was the son of Jacob Womack and Sarah Johnson. Joseph Johnson of Virginia mentions in his will in 1761 Sarah Womack and Jacob Womack among others. Two other daughters and sons-in-law named children Johnson which is no doubt how our Johnson Womack received his name.

Johnson Womack volunteered several times for service during the Revolutionary War. The first time was on June 20th 1780 from Burke County, North Carolina. He served under Captain Jonathon Kemp in a regiment commanded by Colonel Charles McDowell for a period of 4 months and 5 days. He entered service the second time on April 15th 1781 from Georgia and served a period of 2 months under Captain Joshua Inman. The third enlistment on July 1st 1781 was for 3 months and 24 days from Georgia under Captain Abner Beckham in a regiment commanded by Colonel Thomas Lewis. It was during this last service that he was wounded in the side. Total service for Johnson Womack during the Revolutionary War was 9 months and 24 days.

Jacob Womack is listed on Washington County, Tennessee Tax Lists in 1778, listed in Burke County, North Carolina, and listed in the 1790 census in Pendleton, South Carolina. Johnson Womack is listed in a 1799 Tax List in Grainger County, Tennessee; on the 1815-1816 Tax List for Arkansas Territory in Lawrence County; and on the 1820 Census in Lawrence County, Territory of Arkansas. He came to Washington County, Territory of Arkansas sometime before 1832 and settled in what was to become Madison County near the Washington County line. The locations listed above for Jacob Womack and Johnson Womack are the same as stated in the two Pension Applications.

The 1840 Madison County, Arkansas Census shows a John Womack at 40 to 50 years, a Jacob Womack at 30 to 40 years, and a David Womack at 30 to 40 years all living in Richland Township and a Pleasant Womack at 20 to 30 years living in War Eagle Township. There is no one named Womack in the 70 to 80 year bracket listed in the same census, so presumably, Johnson Womack must have died between 1837 and 1840. At this time we do not know the exact date of death nor where he is buried.

There are several local residents listed in the two Pension Applications. Some of them are listed in the 1840 Madison County, Arkansas Census. All are stated in the Pension Applications as living in the neighborhood of Johnson Womack.





Pension Application - 1832

James Wilson - Crawford County
John Wilson - Washington County
George M. Robinson- Washington County
James Byrnside - Washington County
All four above testified as to character and signed the Pension Application.
B. H. Smithson - Washington County Clerk of Court
Edward Cross - Washington County Judge

Pension Application - 1837

Charles B. Whiteby - Madison County Clergyman
Martin Johnson - Madison County 1840 Census
Pleasant Johnson - Madison County 1840 Census
Bunch Homesly or Hornsby - Madison County (Possibly Homesley as several 1840 Census)
Randolph R. Coffer - Madison County
All five of the above testified as to character and signed the Pension Application.
H. B. Brown - Madison County Clerk of Court
I. M. Hoge - Madison County Judge

I am indebted to Mrs Patricia L. Jackson of Warrenton, Virginia for the information on Tax Lists and early Census Lists for both Johnson and Jacob Womack. Also, for the information on Jacob Womack and Sarah Johnson. Mrs Jackson is descended from Johnson Womack and has much information on the family. However, as usual, there is missing information which we need such as date of death of Johnson Womack and where he is buried.

There is one discrepancy to note. In the second Pension Application, Johnson Womack stated he had previously applied for a Pension in 1835. The actual date was 1832.

OOPS!! We goofed…… In the Winter 1988 the Volume number should be VII and the Spring 1989 and Summer 1989 should be Volume IIX. Please change this on your copies as it might save a little confusion later on………………Ed



PENSION APPLICATION - JOHNSON WOMACK

United States of America
Territory of Arkansas
County of Washington

On this 12th day of December in the year of out lord 1832 personally appeared in open court before the Judge of the Washington Circuit Court now sitting Johnson Wammack a resident of the county and territory aforesaid, aged seventy years, who first being duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th, 1832, that he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated, volunteered under Captain Jonathon Kemp about the month of June 1778, the regiment commanded by Col. Charles McDawal served in said company and regiment until the winter of 1778, I volunteered in the spring of 1779 under Captain Joseph Inman of the state of Georgia the regiment commanded by Col. Thomas Lewis some thime that year was transferred to Captain Abner Beacum, Francis Bosskin Major belonged to General Twigs Brigade was at the siege of Ninety Six was at Augusta when that city was retaken by the Americans, received a discharge form the service by General Twigs about the month of July, 1780, lived in the county of Burke State of North Carolina, that he has no documentary evidence of the facts as here set forth that there is no person living that he knows of whose testimony he can procure who can testify to his service.

Questions by the Judge: Where and in what year were you born? Ans. I was born in the county of Gauchland in the state of Virginia in the year 1762 the second day of January. Q. Have you any record of your age and if so where is it. Ans. My age was recorded in the family bible but whether it is yet in existence I do not know. Q. Where were you living when called into service, where have you lived since the revolutionary war and where do you now live. Ans. When I entered the service I lived in the county of Burke, State of North Carolina moved to South Carolina left that state of South Carolina 1796 moved to the state of Tennessee left the state of Tennessee 1815 moved to the territory of Missouri now the territory of Arkansas and now live in the county of Washington . Q. How were you called into service, were you drafted, did you volunteer or were you a substitute, and if a substitute for whom? Ans. I was a volunteer during the whole of my service. Q. State the names of some of the principal officers who were with the troops when you served, such continental and militia regiments as you can recollect and the general circumstances of your service. Ans. General Nathaniel Green and General Twigs were the general officers I can not recollect the names of regiments and officers except my own which was commanded by Col. Thomas Lewis. I was at the siege of Ninety Six was at the surrender of the city of Augusta was in several more engagements and skirmishes was wounded while in the service of my country under the command of Major Boykin in a reencounter with the Tories of the South. Q. Did you ever receive a discharge from the service and if so by whom was it given and what has become of it? Ans. I received a discharge from General Twigs but is lost or has been destroyed. Q. State the names of persons to whom you are known in your present neighborhood and who can testify as to your character of veracity and good behavior your services as a soldier of the Revolution. Ans. James Wilson, John Wilson, George M. Robinson and James Byrnside as to my character for veracity, none as to my service as a soldier of the Revolution.

Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.

Johnson Wammack by Mark.

B. H. Smithson, Clk.

We, James Wilson of the county of Crawford, John Wilson, George M. Robinson and James Byrnside residing in the county of Washington and territory of Arkansas, hereby certify that we are acquainted Johnson Wammack who has subscribed to the above declaration that we believe him to be seventy years of age, that he is respected and believed in the neighborhood where he resided to have been a soldier of the revolution and that we concur in that opinion.

Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.

James Wilson
John Wilson
James Byrnside
George M. Robinson

And the said judge declared his opinion after the investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogatories prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary soldier and served as he states, and the judge further certifies that it appears to him that James Wilson, John Wilson, George M. Robinson and James Byrnside who have signed the proceeding certificate are residents as set forth in said certificate and are credible persons, and that their statements are entitled to credit.

Edward Cross.

Note:

The 1832 Pension Application was found in a bound typescript at the Little Rock Public Library, Little Rock, Arkansas. This book was entitled “Information on Fifty Five Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Arkansas” . Collected by Clara B. Eno, Arkansas DAR. At the end of the article on Johnson Womack is the handwritten statement “Copied from an old record book at the Washington County Courthouse”.

The 1837 Pension Application was transcribed from a copy of the original obtained from the National Archives in Washington, D.C.


Pension Application - Johnson Womack #S32577

State of Arkansas
County of Madison

On this 30th day of October 1837, personally appeared in open Court before Joseph M. Hoge sole Judge of the Circuit Court (a court of record) in and for the County of Madison aforesaid in court sitting Johnson Wammack a resident of the county and state aforesaid, aged seventy five years, who being first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provisions made by the Act of Congress passed June 7th 1732.

That he entered into the service of the United States a private in the volunteer malitia company of Horsemen or mounted Gun-men commanded by Captain Jonathan Kemp, at an old field Capt Kemp’s muster ground, near Pleasant Gardens on the Catawba River in the county of Burke and State of North Carolina and it is his best recollection on or about 20th of June 1780. That from thence he proceeded in said company under command of Capt Kemp to Caney Creek a branch of Broad River near the County-line of Rutherford County (N.C.) where said company rendezvoused and remained several days, and were, with other companies, comprehending in all, about three hundred men, placed under command of Colonel Charles Mc Dowel. Whilst at said rendezvous, receiving intelligence, that Colo. Furguson commanding a superior force of British and Tories, was marching to attack us, we retreated in the direction to the Watauga River about five miles, where we were overtaken and fired on by a detachment from Furguson’s division commanded Maj. Dunlap. We returned their fire, but being unable to contend with so superior a force, we retreated to the Powder-Mills on a creek near the Watauga River where we joined a Virginia Regiment commanded by Colo. Campbell. In this little engagement, we had one man killed (Peter Branks) and we took three prisoners, one a Dragoon, and the others private Tories. From the Powder mills we proceeded under command of Colonels Campbell and Mc Dowel southward over a mountainous country to a place called Linville-Cove on waters of the Catawba River where we encamped for several days. From Linville-Cove, Capt Kemp’s company was detached up the Catawba in quest of a Tory party under Capt. Branham; upon our approach Branham’s party retreated and we rejoined Colonels Campbell and Mc Dowal about forty miles from Linville-Cove. In the meantime, receiving a large reinforcement, Colonels Campbell and Mc Dowel no longer avoided an engagement with Furguson; but marched in pursuit; whilst on our march Richard Coody ------ French and this declaring were sent westward through the mountains to conduct to the main army, a small party of Georgia Troops, part of Colonel Clark’s command, of which we had received intelligence. We found and conducted a few men of said party into the settlement, who, being sick and unable to proceed, we left them and repaired to the main army on Broad River shortly after the battle of Kings-Mountain. From thence we proceeded on our return as far as Colo. Walkers in Rutherford County (N. C.) when we discharged on or about 25th of October 1780 as is declarants best recollection.

Declarant again entered into the service of the United states, a private in the volunteer military company of mounted Gun-men, or Horsemen under Captain Kemp’s and, as is his best recollection, on or about the 15th April 1781. From Capt Kemp’s Inman proceeded with his company to join, and did join General Green at the siege of Ninety- Six, Inman, with his company went to Augusta in Georgia and assisted in taking Burntfoot Brown’s Fort and Fort Grayson after declarant was discharged at Augusta on or about 25th June 1781 as is his best recollection.

On or about the 1st July 1781, as is his best recollection, declarant again entered into the service of the United States, a private under Capt Abner Beckman commanding a volunteer company of mounted militia at Spirit Creek Bridge in the State of Georgia, said company being part of a Regiment of which Francis Boykin was Maj., Thomas Lewis Colo. And all under command of General Twiggs.

The Tories having committed great depredations in the neighborhood of Spirit Creek Bridge where Gen’l Twiggs was encamped, parties were sent to explore the country, ascertain the position, force and movements of the Tories, and to guard the inhabitants from further annoyance. Declarant, Jesse Boykin, Richard Coody, and ----Finn were detached, with orders to explore the country in the neighborhood of John Pinnion a Tory Capt, collect information relatively to the force, position, and designs of the Tories and report themselves to Maj. Boykin at the Widow Aldays near Waynesborough on the waters of Brier Creek. Whilst on said service passing through Pinnion’s land, we were fired on by the Tories, and declarant receiving a ball in his right side fell from his horse. The Tories did not repeat their fire, but retired, and declarant was assisted by his party and put on Coody’s horse, his having run off when he fell from him. He was conducted by Coody and his party to the Widow Aldays where they were met by Maj. Boykin. From Aldays we proceeded to Gen’l Twiggss encampment at Spirit Creek Bridge. On our way, we were attacked by a party of Tories under Cap’t Pinnion, an engagement ensued, the Tories were repulsed, their Capt (Pinnion) killed, and Phillip Thomas, a private wounded in the knee. The ball lodged in declarants side was cutout, and he remained in the Hospital at the Bridge until he was sufficiently recovered to travel when he received a written discharge signed by General Twiggs, Colo. Lewis, Major Boykin and Capt Beckham on or about the 25th of October 1781, as is his best recollection and returned home.

Declarant on his oath states, that by reasonof old age and the consequent loss of memory he cannot swear positively as to the precise length of service, but according to the best of his recollection, he served not less than the periods mentioned below, and in the grade of private soldier (to wit) I served as a private under Capt Kemp in Colo Mc Dowel’s Regt as stated above, for four months, and five days. I served as a private under Capt Inman as stated above, Colo Lewis’s Regiment and under General Twiggs, as stated above for three months and twenty-four days, forming a total of nine months and twenty-nine days and for such service I claim a pension.

Declarant on his oath further states, that in the year 1835 he procured his declaration for a pension to be made out and signed and swore to the same, in the Circuit Court of Washington County then Territory now state of Arkansas; that he obtained a favorable decision thereon by the Hon’l Archibald Yell then Judge of said Court, that said declaration shortly afterwards, as this declarant is informed was forwarded by his attorney David Walker to the War Department. That the Commissioner of Pensions, as he is informed suspended his said claim, principally for want of precision in setting out the length of his service and for want of conformity with the regulations prescribed by the department, but not decide on the merits. That his said Declaration has not been returned to him. That he has frequently endeavored to procure a second application to be forwarded, but has been unable hitherto to do so. That from want of education, and a knowledge of business of this kind, want of health and disappointment of those on whom he depended to draft his declaration, and not to an abandonment of his claim, are to be ascribed his long delay in a second application for a Pension.

The Declarant, on his oath states, that he has no documentary evidence to offer, and knows of no witness by whom he can prove his services as a Revolutionary Soldier. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a Pension or annuity except the present, and declares that his name is not on the Pension Roll of any Agency in any State or Territory.

And the said Court in conformity with the requisitions of the department of War propounded to the declaring the questions (following) to which, on his oath he answerth as follows (to wit) .
1st Where, and in what year were you born? I was born in Goochland County State of Virginia on the 2nd day of January 1762, as I have been informed and believe.
2nd Have you any record of your age, and if so, where is it? I have no Record of my age.
3rd Where were you living when called into the service? Where have you lived since the Revolutionary War, and where do you now live? When called into service, I lived in Burke County State of North Carolina. Since the Revolutionary War, I have lived in Pendleton South Carolina in State of Tennessee, in Lawrence, Crawford, and Washington Counties in the State of Arkansas, and I now live in Madison, a new County taken from Washington County State of Arkansas.
4th How were you called into service, were you drafted, did you volunteer, or were you a substitute, and if a substitute for whom? I volunteered.
5th State the names of some of the Regular Officers who were with the troops where you served, such continential and militia regiments as you can recollect and the general circumstances of your servvice? General Green commanded at the seige of Ninety-Six whilst I was there; I know of no other Regular Officer whose name I remember who was with the troops at anytime when I served. Colonel McDowel’s, Colo. Campbell’s and Colo. Lewises volunteer Militia regiments are all I can now recollect so as to name them, although there were other Regiments in service where I served. The preceeding part of this declaration embraces, so far as I now remember all the material circumstances attending my service.
6th Did you ever receive a discharge from the service, and if so, by whom was it given, and what has become of it? I was always discharged, but with exception of one, the discharges were verbal only. At Spirit Creek Bridge, I received a written discharge, given me by Capt Beckham, as I believe and signed by him and other Officers as before herein stated. It got out of my possession many years ago, I know not how, nor what has become of it.
7th State the names of persons to whom you are known in your present neighborhood and who can testify as to your character for veracity, and their belief of your service as a Soldier of the Revolution? I refer to Martin Johnson, Pleasant M. Johnson, Randolph R. Caffee (?) and Bunch Homesby (names signed) in my neighborhood, who, amongst others, would, I doubt not bear testimony to my character for truth, and their belief of my services as a Soldier of the Revolution.
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Johnson X Wamack
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Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid in open court.

s/H. B. Brown Clk.

We s/Charles B. Whiteby a clergyman residing in the County of Madison and State of Arkansas and s/ Martin Johnson, s/Pleasant M. Johnson, s/Randolph R Caffee(?), and s/Bunch Homesby residing in Madison County State aforesaid hereby Certify that we are well acquainted with Johnson Womack who has subscribed and sworn to the foregoing declaration. That we believe him to be seventy five years of age, that he is reputed and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have been a Soldier of the Revolution and we concur in that opinion. We do also certify, that we have examined said Wamack’s side and that their is thereon the appearance of a wound made by a ball, and we doubt not, was made by a ball received by him as stated in the foregoing Declaration s/ Charles B. Whitely. Sworn and subscribed the day and year aforesaid in open court. s/Charles Whitely, R. R. Colfer(?), Buril X (his mark) Hornsby.

s/H. B. Brown, Clk.

And the said court doth hereby declare the opinion after investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogatories prescribed by the War Department, that the above named applicant was a Revvolutionary Soldier and served as he states. And the said court further certifies s/Charles B. Whiteby who has signed the proceeding certificate is a clergyman resident in the County of Madison and State of Arkansas and that s/Martin Johnson, Randolph R. Caffee (?) & Buril Hornsby who have also signed, the same are residents of the county of Madison and State of Arkansas and are all of them credible persons and their statement entitled to credit.

I. M. Hoge, Judge

I Henry B. Brown, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County in the State of Arkansas do hereby certify that the foregoing contains the original proceedings of the said court in the matter of the application of Johnson Wamack for a pension.

In Testimony whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and seal
of my said office this
31st Day of October in the
year One Thousand Eight Hundred
Thirty Seven.

Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County State of Arkansas

s/ H. B. Brown, Clk.


William M. Bailey
Rt. 1, Box 156
Wesley, AR 72773


Thursday, January 13, 2005 at 16:19:35 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

Wayell heck!
We had it going fer a spell anyway..


Thursday, January 13, 2005 at 22:14:10 (PST)
Karin Wammack
kariregi@yahoo.com

More Womacks in the news: From La Conchita, CA mudslide. A musician, Charles Womack, was killed. His son, Orion Womack, survived. From the front page news.


Saturday, January 15, 2005 at 06:29:39 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

Wake Co.,NC Grant Book 31 1809 pg 378 William Wommack 1 April 1780 200 acres on both sides of Black Creek, joining county line & Jesse Page

Chatham Co., NC 1011 pg 56 Abraham Wammock 1 July 1779 200 acres on the North Prong of Lick Creek (which is) the Waters of Cape Fear - - being the improvement Wammock bought of Jeremiah Minter

Chatham Co., NC 1079 pg 124 John Wammack 20 Aug 1779 386 acres on the S side of Cape Fear, joining both sides of Fall Creek, the County line the mouth of a Gut at Cape Fear River, & the side of the Sd River

I typed this the way it was written in the book


Saturday, January 15, 2005 at 14:55:51 (PST)
Jack Womack
jackwomack@grandecom.net

FYI
Noticed some research going on the STEGALL and JOHNSON lines and found this in Greenwood cemetery Waco (Bellmead)McLennan Co TX
b. d. m. spouse
STEGALL,Pearl F 1844 1919 1896 JOHNSON,Henry

Jack


Monday, January 17, 2005 at 07:41:14 (PST)
Jack Womack
jackwomack@grandecom.net

FYI
Fred Allen Jones sent me this and will send the complete obit later.

OBIT IN MCMINNVILLE, TN NEWSPAPER ON 1/14/05

GENE WOMACK
McMinnville resident and San Diego, Calif., native Gene Womack died unexpectedly Jan. 12 at Centennial Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

Not enough info for me to know exactly who he was but will post any info I get.
Jack


Tuesday, January 18, 2005 at 09:17:55 (PST)
andrea phillips
andrea_womack@hotmail.com

Does anyone have any info. on William D. Woods b.1861 in TN. He had a daughter Mary E. Woods who married Earl C. Womack in 1907 in Bradley County TN. William was botn in TN married to a Fannie. I don't know what her last name was. Fannie was born in 1860 GA. I have found records that Fannie remarried a ROSE sometime after 1910. She is listed as Fannie Rose on the 1930 Bradley county TN census dist. 8. Her daughter Lula Wilcox and 3 grand kids were living with her. Any help would be great.


Tuesday, January 18, 2005 at 21:52:25 (PST)
Marilyn Kuzmicki
brighton3145@hotmail.com

I would be very interested in finding an old friend, Rhoda Krentzman. Her married name is Frango.
She lived in the Mira Mar in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY and graduated Lincoln HS in 1957.
I hope someone can help me locate her.
Thanks.......


Wednesday, January 19, 2005 at 06:28:55 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@msn.com

Andrea
I have sent you a rather lengthy e-mail concerning your query...
Some of it is your own posting to Ancestry.com---but used to show
the lineage..
In a nutshell going backwards from Earl C Womack:

Earl C Womack/Mary Woods
James L Womack/Martha Jane Ward
John C Womack/Mary Stephens
James Alexander Womack III/Margaret "Freelove" Thompson
Alexander Womack Jr/"Milly" Buckner
Alexander Womack Sr/Martha (Alexander?)
Richard Womack Jr/Elizabeth Ann Puckett
Richard Womack Sr/Mary Elizabeth Ruth Puckett
(then the infamous William and Mary Allen Womack)

Mary Woods/Earl Womack
William D Woods/ Fannie??
Elras Woods/Rebecca ??
I find no info on Elras' parents...


Wednesday, January 19, 2005 at 18:21:58 (PST)
David Dunn
dadunn@terranova.net

Hello Folks! I'm back! After about 9 months. Reasons private. Has anything significant been found in my absence about the early (Henrico/Norfolk) folks? Happy New Year to All. David.


Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 06:30:36 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

David!!
Welcome back! And a Happy New Year (belated) to you!!
I trust in your time away you did find the world is round?? (LOL)
Seriously, for whatever reason for your absence, we welcome you back...
Sam


Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 07:36:20 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Marilyn I found this at www.whitepages.com

RHODA S FRANGO
65 yrs old
BROOKLYN NY


Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 12:31:55 (PST)
Geneva Hill
memehill08@hotmail.com

Am searching for information of Henderson Black born 1n 1806 in Person or Caswell Co. N. C..


Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 15:34:27 (PST)
andrea phillips
andrea_womack@hotmail.com

Sam,
Thanks for the info. Unfortunatly the information I had on Elras Woods in incorrect, he is not the father of my William D Woods. My William was born in 1860. Thannks anyway


Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 22:59:37 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Geneva did you not get this post at Genealogy.com or was this guy wrong

Geneva,

My records show that Henderson Black (b. ~1806 in North Carolina and d. after 1880 in Kentucky) married Nicey W. Bazzell (b. 1806 in North Carolina and d. after 1880 in Kentucky) on 21 March 1826 in Williamson County, Tennessee. Henderson and Nicey had five children of record born in Calloway County, Kentucky, i.e., Nancy L. Black (b. 12 January 1827), Robert Monroe Black (b. 19 April 1830), James Robert (b. December 1833), Mary E. Black (b. 1844), and Thomas S. Black (b. 31 December 1845). I believe that this Henderson Black was the son of Robert Black (b. ~1769 in North Carolina and d. ~1806 in North Carolina) and Lucy Gill (b. 1770 in North Carolina and d. 1854 and married Robert Black on 8 February 1792 in Caswell County, North Carolina). Henderson Black had one sibling that I am aware of, i.e., William Hardy Black who was born in 1793 in either Tennessee or North Carolina and married Frances Bazzell. In the 1880 Census Henderson Black was a farmer living in Brinkley, Calloway County, Kentucky with his wife Nicey and unmarried daughter Mary E. Black. Afraid that this is all that I have but hope it helps some.

A. J. Benjamin
benjie33@yahoo.com


Friday, January 21, 2005 at 10:58:10 (PST)
Frank Fourqurean
ffourqurean@earthlink.net

A message fron Darrell restated Judith Hatchet married William Furkering. This I believe to be in error. First, there are no Furkerings. Second where is the documentation for such a marriage. The Court document that refers to Judith does not mention her husband. William Hatchet was mentioned next and someone has connected the Wiiliam to Furkering. It should read Furkeron using a spelling of that time. Her descendants use various spellings Fourqurean, Ferqueron, Furqueron, Furcron and others. The following Court record details her family.

In Chesterfield county court February 8th 1808
William Furqueron, Daniel Furqueron, John Furqueron, Bartlett Furqueron & James Furqueron, children of Judith Furqueron, deceased; - Also John Blacklege and Miney his wife formaly Miney Newby & Edward Newby an infant under the age of 21 years by Edward Furqueron his next friend which said Miney & Edward are the children of Martha Newby formerly Martha Furqueron also one of the children of said Judith, deceased - Also Levy and Polly Furqueron infant children of Samuel Furqueron, dec'd - by Edward Furqueron their next friend which said Samuel was also one of the children of the said Judith deceased: - Also Elizabeth Newby {an infant by her father Nathaniel Newby} the issue of Polley Furqueron, now deceased, who was also one of the children of said Judith dec'd - Daniel Ferguson & Nancy his wife formerly Nancy Furqueron - Also William Hancock & Salley his wife, formerly Salley Furqueron, now deceased - which said Nancy and Salley are also children of the said Judith Furqueron, deceased

She was the wife of John Furqueron of Chesterfield Co. VA. She was already widowed at the time of the document listing her as Judith Furkering and that is why John is not listed. I have numerous documents and examples of how my family name has been mispelled and misread over the years.

Please contact me with any questions or evidence you have supporting or contrary to this.


Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 08:43:47 (PST)
Diane Baker
fortaz50@aol.com

Do you have any information on a Vashti Womack b. 1813 NC died after 1880, she married Griffin Gunn on September 18, 1837 he was born 3-9-1812 died Aug. 1870.
She was the daughter of David Womack and Delilah Graves Womack.
Do you know where they are buried? I know they were living in Rockingham County, NC (had moved from Caswell County, NC). Do you have any dates for Vashti on birth and death?
I know of six children - William A. Gunn wed Henrietta Leach, one child Henry.
Eliza Ann Gunn wed Trabue Richmond, two children, Pompey & Stephen.
Elizabeth Pridgen Gunn wed James T. Wall, no children.
Abner Miles Gunn wed Nannie Law, three children, Claude Miles, Bertha Irene, Thomas Griffin Gunn.
Henry Jones Gunn single.
James Griffin Gunn wed Flavel Hester, one child, Blanche Gunn.
Do you have any dates of these children?
Any help would be appreciated.
Diane Baker


Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 11:05:55 (PST)
Florence W. Womack
fwomack@wescanric.orag

My husband was Albert Linwoood Womack,Jr.of Richmond, VA. I have never looked into his genealogy and one of his nephews is interested so I may begin.
He was told that the family came into this country at Bermuda Hundred near Hopewell,VA. There was a Womack owning a lot in the early 1800s over on the south side of the James River. His family are buried in a cemetary on that side of the river also.

My husband's father left the family and enlisted in WW1 and never returned so he and his sister did not keep in touch. The father finally died in Seattle, WA. and we were located by a dau. from Neb. about 12 years ago.

Does anyone know of this branch of the family? My husband was the only
son. He was an architect here in Richmond and also served in the Navy in WW11 as a Lt. Commander. I am interested in finding any others from this branch of Womacks.


Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 11:31:36 (PST)
Doretta
Dreec@EKNS.NET

Sam, Beth, Doris, Mark --- I read a message board that Mark was looking for the parents of Sarah who had married William Nash/Naish Sr. I can't answer his question, but I found on RootsWeb that their son William Jr married on 22 Dec 1797 Halifax Co VA (by Rev Leonard Baker) to Elizabeth Bentley. (Sur. Nathan B Stegal). (Quoted source: Marriages of Halifax Co VA 1753-1800, pg 67). Now Elizabeth Bentley seems to be the daughter of Samuel Bentley Jr and Elizabeth Younger. Elizabeth Younger seems to have married 2nd Benjamin Thurmond who was maybe the grandson of Richard and Henrietta (Henley?) Henderson. Now Richard Henderson' brother Samuel Henderson married Elizabeth Williams, the sister of Col John Williams. This John Williams married Mary Womack. --- Now there was in Halifax Co VA, a Samuel Bentley (Jr or Sr, I don't know) who was a witness for a land deed Dec 28 1776 (Source quoted: Deed Book 10 of Halifax Co VA, pg 29). (It mentions - using another spelling of Womack - a Thomas and wife Sarah.) Also there was a Samuel Bentley present when an indenture was made 24 Nov 1780. (Source quoted: Halifax Co VA Deed Book 12, 1780-1784 Reel5 pp85-86). (This record seems to be about the earlier history of Pole Cat Creek?) --- Also I might add that the above Benjamin T Thurmond had three Thurmond grandchildren (siblings) who married three Johnson siblings. The great-great grandparents of these Johnson siblings seem to be Michael Johnson and Sarah Watson who were the grandparents of Sarah Johnson the wife of Jacob(Peter) Womack. --- Doretta


Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 23:55:13 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Diane Baker

Hogan's Creek, Rockingham County, NC
Griffin Gunn, age 48, Farmer, $2500 real estate and $1200 in personal property

Vashti, age 49

Eliza A. age 19

Elizabeth G. age 18

Abner M. age 13

Henry A. age 12

James G. age 9

Series: M653 -Roll: 912 -Part: 1 -Page: 45A

1850 Slave Schedules


1850 United States Federal Census with links to images of the original surviving slave schedules.

Slave Owners

Name Home in 1850
(City,County,State)

Griffin Gunn Not Stated, Caswell, North Carolina

Slave Information

Age Gender Race

33 Male Black
21 Female Black
12 Male Black
11 Female Black
7 Female Black
4 Male Black
1 Female Black

ID: I14263
Name: Griffin Gunn
Sex: M
Birth: 9 MAR 1812 in Caswell County, NC
Death: AUG 1870 in Rockingham, NC
Reference Number: 14263

Father: Richard Burnett Gunn b: 15 APR 1788 in Brunswick County, Virginia
Mother: Susannah "Susan" Foster b: 10 MAY 1790 in Caswell County, North Carolina

Marriage 1 Vashti Womack b: 1810 in North Carolina
Married: 18 SEP 1837 in Caswell County, North Carolina
Children
William A. Gunn b: 1 JUL 1838 in Caswell County, North Carolina
Eliza Ann Gunn b: 1841 in Caswell County, North Carolina
Elizabeth G. Gunn b: 1842 in Caswell County, North Carolina
Abner Miles Gunn b: DEC 1846 in Caswell County, North Carolina per 1900 Census b. Virginia
Henry Jones Gunn b: 1848 in Caswell County, North Carolina
James G. Gunn b: ABT 1851 in North Carolina
Bettie Pridgen Gunn b: 1853 in Caswell County, North Carolina

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/William Gunn b: ABT 1610
/James Gunn , (1) b: ABT 1656
/Thomas Gunn b: ABT 1700 d: ABT 7 MAR 1777
| \Widow of Jeremiah Woodhall b: ABT 1660
/Thomas Gunn , Jr. b: 1738 d: 13 NOV 1800
| \Sarah Boatwright b: ABT 1700 d: AFT 1777
/Starling Gunn b: 9 MAY 1764 d: 13 AUG 1852
| | /John Richard Burnett
| \Susannah Burnett b: ABT 1738 d: BEF 1778
/Richard Burnett Gunn b: 15 APR 1788 d: 23 DEC 1878
| | /Zaccahariah Hooper b: ABT 1730 d: 1775
| \Mary Elizabeth Hooper b: 17 APR 1768 d: 3 MAR 1843
| | /Sylvanus Walker b: ABT 1686
| | /Thomas Walker d: BET 22 JUN 1792 AND 6 JUN 1793
| | | \Ann Tandy
| \Susannah "Susan" Walker b: ABT 1747 d: 1837
| | /John Ellis b: ABT 1685 d: BEF 14 JAN 1762
| \Elizabeth Ellis b: ABT 1720
| \Sarah Austin b: ABT 1685 d: BEF 22APR1762
Griffin Gunn b: 9 MAR 1812 d: AUG 1870
\Susannah "Susan" Foster b: 10 MAY 1790 d: 26 FEB 1856

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/David Womack
Vashti Womack b: 1810 d: AFT 1880
\Delilah Graves

Cheryl Gunn Maxwell Visit My Home Page www.geocities.com/cgmaxwell

GUNN MARRIAGES IN NORTH CAROLINA

CASWELL, NC MARRIAGES

ADAMS, Sylvester P. - GUNN, Adaline A. - 03 Oct 1846
BURTON, Benjamin - GUNN, Rebeccah - 09 Dec 1801
BURTON, James - GUNN, Sarah - 19 Jan 1800
GRAVES, Elijah Jr. - GUNN, Eliza A. - 21 Oct 1828
GUNN, Allen Jr. [Dr] - HENDERSON, Minerva Ann - 07 Oct 1829
GUNN, Asa - H642 HARRALSON, Nancey - 22 Nov 1819
GUNN, Daniel - BURTON, Nancy - 19 Oct 1818
GUNN, Daniel B. - BRANDON, Eliza H - 19 Oct 1839
GUNN, Griffin - WOMACK, Vashti - 18 Sep 1837
GUNN, James - HENDERSON, Frances A - 07 May 1835
GUNN, James - WALKER, Barbary - 21 Apr 1808
GUNN, James M. - BATTON, Mary M - 13 Mar 1843
GUNN, John - WARE, Huldy - 28 Jan 1807
GUNN, John A. - HARALSON, Martha - 02 Apr 1839
GUNN, John Jr. - PALMER, Elizabeth - 05 Jul 1827
GUNN, Richard - FOSTER, Susannah - 30 Oct 1810
GUNN, Thomas - HALVERSON, Nelly - 24 Oct 1797
GUNN, Thomas - GRAVES, Patsey - 22 Sep 1792
GUNN, Thomas - MILES, Patcey - 20 Sep 1802
GUNN, Thomas Jr. - MONTGOMERY, Anne - 22 Jan 1811
HARRELSON, James M. - GUNN, Betsey - 23 May 1832
HARRIS, James - GUNN, Susannah - 01 Nov 1819
HARVEY, John C. - GUNN, Dorothy M. - 21 Mar 1827
HINTON, Samuel - GUNN, Barbara - 27 Dec 1825
HODGES, Henry E. - GUNN, Mary C. - 10 Dec 1842
MATLOCK, James - GUNN, Patsey H. - 13 Jan 1810
MILES, James - GUNN, Betsey B - 03 Feb 1807
PAYNE, John - GUNN, Pricilla - 01 Sep 1802
QUINE, Jacob - GUNN, Elinor - 09 Nov 1801
RICE, Joshua Morris - GUNN, Susannah - 01 Oct 1806
ROPER, William F. - GUNN, Emily M - 15 Aug 1836
THORNTON, Francis F. - GUNN, Huldah M. - 22 Oct 1834
WATKINS, Thomas J. - GUNN, Sarah A. - 10 Aug 1843

DUPLIN, NC MARRIAGES

DICKSON, Moris - GUNN, Matilda - 08 Dec 1832

GRANVILLE, NC MARRIAGES

GUNN, Jesse - HUDSON, Eleanor - 02 Nov 1802
GUNN, John - WEAVER, Anne - 24 Nov 1802
WILKINS, Clement - GUNN, Mary W. - 08 Sep 1848

GUILFORD, NC MARRIAGES

WILSON, William - GUNN, Elizabeth - 20 Nov 1817

LINCOLN, NC MARRIAGES

GUNN, Alexander C. - BLACKWOOD, Margaret - 12 Sep 1827

LINCOLN, NC MARRIAGES

HERRON, Joshua - GUNN, Jane - 18 Jan 1831

ORANGE, NC MARRIAGES

TAYLOR, Stephen - GUNN, Elizabeth - 23 Jun 1798

PERSON, NC MARRIAGES

DARBY, George - GUNN, Elizabeth - 14 Apr 1800
FULLER, Moses - GUNN, Elizabeth - 14 Apr 1800
McNEILL, Thomas - GUNN, Rebecca - 30 Mar 1799

ROBESON, NC MARRIAGES

BRYAN, William J. - GUNN, Susan B. - 02 Dec 1846
THOMPSON, John B. - GUNN, Mary Ann - 06 Feb 1841

ROCKINGHAM, NC MARRIAGES

GUNN, William P. - McCAIN, Sarah N. - 12 Jun 1835

STOKES, NC MARRIAGES

GUNN, James - YANCY, Elizabeth - 17 May 1831

WARREN, NC MARRIAGES

BOBBITT, James - GUNN, Polley - 10 Feb 1809
BOBBITT, Miles - GUNN, Susan - 19 Oct 1814
DUKE, Myrick - GUNN, Dolly - 09 Oct 1811
ELLIS, Hicks - GUNN, Tabitha - 29 Aug 1810
GUNN, Dudley G. - MATTHEWS, Angelica - 27 Mar 1822
GUNN, James W. - SALLAD, Olive K. - 02 Feb 1831
GUNN, John - SIMS, Theza - 28 Mar 1799
GUNN, William - CLANTON, Suzannah - 24 Mar 1782

Go to Google's type in or paste the above address then click
Show Google's cache of www.geocities.com/cgmaxwell


Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 23:57:17 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Diane Baker

Go to ancestry.com for griffin gunn's family line sorry didn't think it was going to do that


Tuesday, January 25, 2005 at 18:12:21 (PST)
Royce W. Gibson
royce gibson at frontiernet.net

Hi all, I posted a family history file at my website. This is a descendants list for Jordan Henry Womack and Elizabeth Lane. Hopefully, this will help a few people who are searching this line, especially in eliminating some Arkansas Womacks from other lines. Beth said she had a problem with clicking on the link so you might try pasting it into the URL line. A good portion of this work is the result of leads provided on this website and thanks are due to Roger and Sam and Beth for their help over the last year.


Tuesday, January 25, 2005 at 22:29:43 (PST)
Mary Wammack
maryirene826@yahoo.com OR irene826@yahoo.com

I was just wondering, if someone has passed away, should we inform someone that works on this site about it? My father, John Edward Wammack, is listed in the directory with an email address. By my opening question, you can guess that My news is that he has passed away November 23, 2004 in Chicago Heights, IL at 1015pm Central Time. I too, Mary Irene Wammack, am listed on this site so if anyone has questions about him or his line, feel free to ask and i'll see what i can do. At this moment, All i can say is that his father is Robert Dwayne Wammack from Mississippi (I believe) and he is still alive (in his 70's). Robert is one of nine children and i only remember that his mother's name is Johnnie Pearl. I dont know her madien name. She passed away in the 1960-70's. not sure what decade. Robert also has a sister with the same name and she is the youngest of the kids. She is the only other survivor of the kids besides my grandfather, Robert. The only other thing about our line i know is that there was a Wammack male who married 3 sisters... and had three kids. I think it was one by the first sister and two by the second sister. I dont remeber names... and i can only guess the time period being in the 1800's.
If anyone can give me helpful hints on how i can go about finding out more about my line, that would be greatly appreciated. I do not check this site often...i actually came on the site today because i was thinking about my father. If you could please email me with your responses, i would appreciate it as well. Thank you.


Wednesday, January 26, 2005 at 07:27:28 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

There are now 36 states captured for the 1900 census that have Womacks, or spellings near that. I have them all on line now..


Wednesday, January 26, 2005 at 11:27:21 (PST)
Sharon Cufone
drcufone@cox.net

Hello, This is my first visit to a Womack page. I haven't done any research so I don't have much info. My father was Bond Marshall Womack Jr., born Gary Indiana 1937; son of Bond Marshall Womack Sr. and Hellen Cranford or Crawford (maiden) Womack. I don't have any info on Bond Jr's. grandparents. As I have skimmed throught the website pages I don't find any Womacks from the Chicago/Illinois area. Our family is caucasion; other Womacks I have heard of are Black. 2 questions: 1. Are most of the ancestors I see in these pages Black or Caucasion? 2. Any info out there on Bond Marshall Womacks/ancestors?
Thanks,
Sharon


Wednesday, January 26, 2005 at 20:08:41 (PST)
Royce W. Gibson
royce gibson at frontiernet.net

Sharon, my first cousin - once removed lives in Chicago. And he's about as lilly white as they come. He's also a lawyer, but don't hold that against him. Any black Womacks are likely descendants of slaves or in some other way acquired the name.

Since the bug has bitten you - happy hunting.


Wednesday, January 26, 2005 at 20:34:50 (PST)
Ann McDonald
quiltdog@yahoo.com

Sharon, without going to my other computer and looking harder, I think Bond Sr died in 1981 and his father was William Wesley Womack. There are Womacks in practically every state and they come in every shade of color. White, black, native american, varying percentages of all of the above - you hang out in the southern states for 350 years plus additional immigrations to and from several other countries anything is possible. Ann


Thursday, January 27, 2005 at 00:22:22 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Sharon

Name: WOMACK, BOND
Social Security Number: 322-05-7417 Applied for in Illinois
Date of Death: Apr 1981
Date of Birth: 4 Oct 1907
Residence (2/88 and prior): Illinois
Last Residence (Zip): 60438 Lansing, Cook, IL
Lump Sum Payment Location (Zip): 60438 Lansing, Cook, IL
Reliability of Data:


Thursday, January 27, 2005 at 08:06:21 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

Sharon
From my files and Ancestry.com

Abraham Womack and Sarah ??

Thomas Womack and Mary Farley

Abraham Womack and Nancy Blanton

Thomas A Womack and Louvisa Rice

Abraham Womack and ???

John Wesley Womack Elizabeth Moss Hagan

John Wesley David Womack and Julia Ann Reynolds

William Wesley womack and Mary Marshall

Bond M Womack and Helen Crawford

Bond M Womack Jr and ?? Wagner

Some of this was in my files -
some from Ancestry.com tho it was a bit off in the beginning from mine.

Ancestry info was submitted by flyakite@widomaker.com - whether that is still a valid
address is questionable..
another Ancestry for a Bond M and Helen Crawford Womack was tleckbee@leckbee.com again validity of address
questionable..

Question: Was Bond Jr's wifes maiden name Wagner? Unfortunately, the first names
of himself, wife and children are blanked out as living...that would indicate the data
were posted prior to Jr's death:

Social Security Death Index
Bond M. Womack
SSN: 331-28-0959
Born: 26 Apr 1937
Died: 14 Apr 1993
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (1951-1952 )


Friday, January 28, 2005 at 04:27:04 (PST)
Don Womick
don.womick@gmail.com

Sharon, if you haven't looked for name variations on Womack yet, there are some Womicks in Illinois (not close relations of mine, but they have good taste in spelling :) And don't overlook the Wommacks, Wommocks, Wommicks, Womacs, Wormacks, Womocks, Wammacks...


Friday, January 28, 2005 at 06:32:16 (PST)
Gene L. payne
g.genepayne@comcast.net

I am descended from Josiah Payne who was the ancestor of Dorothea "Dolly" Payne Madison. I see that there is a family branch where we are related to the Womacks. I am looking for more detailed information about the Paynes.


Friday, January 28, 2005 at 12:17:15 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Glen I have done research on my wifes lines and one of them is The Payne Line she is descendent of David Payne born Abt 1796 Dublin, Ireland died 1877 near Lebanon, KY his wife was Margaret Thompson


Friday, January 28, 2005 at 12:19:08 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Gene sorry for getting your name wrong I am working on about 6 or more different lines right now and I have way too many dates years moths name first and last that is all in my head right now


Friday, January 28, 2005 at 21:11:33 (PST)
Randall Merriott
merriott@nts-online.net

Greetings from a member of one of the "Lost Tribes of Jesse W. WOMACK and Martha Emmanuel." I understand that some of you have been looking for us...

I am a descendant of his son Edward C. WOMACK, b. 1841 and Sarah A. JORDAN, b. 1845. Edward and Sarah's daughter, Martha Ella, married Elihu Littleberry KIRKSEY in Brown Co., Texas in 1879. They had 14 children, 13 of which survived to adulthood, the oldest of which, John Edward KIRKSEY, was my great grandfather.

Sarah died in 1891. Edward died in 1912. They are both buried in the Zephyr Cemetery in Brown County on US Highway 84 just east of Brownwood. I have visited their graves several times.

For many years I have wondered who Edward and Sarah's ancestors were. I knew that they had come from Louisiana but that was all. I occasionally would try to research this family but always found a brick wall.

I was only able to finally make the connection last week to my JORDAN and WOMACK ancestors after finding Mark Manley's excellent web site. He is a descendant of Sarah A. JORDAN's brother, John Calvin JORDAN, and deserves a the credit for making the connection from the KIRKSEYs to the WOMACKs. See this web page for more info: http://cnr2.kent.edu/~manley/genealogy/EllaWOMACK.html

I have already found Robert M. Staley's wonderful web site which has also been very helpful. Both Robert and Mark referenced the Womack Genealogy Network and so I figured I ought to stop by and say hello. I am currently in the process of trying to do a little more research on Edward C. WOMACK. I know he applied for a Confederate Pension, which was rejected, but I have a copy of the application on order from the Texas State Archives and hopefully it will yield more information. I would like to know what his initial C. stood for. I believe he also was a school trustee at Zephyr at one time, but I need to confirm this. Other than this I don't know much about him (yet).


Friday, January 28, 2005 at 22:05:54 (PST)
Larry Rigsby
larryrigsby@comcast.net

Looking for: (1)John Wylie WOMACK, b: abt 1830 Simpson Cnty, MS
m: Mary EGGLESTON, abt 1846-1857. d: abt 1869-1921 Possibly buried in OK.

(2)Cornelius Eggleston WOMACK, b: 20 Nov 1858
m: Melvina Elizabeth YEARGIN 2 Jan 1879, Saline Cnty, AR. d: 24 Sep 1935 AR
Both buried in Tulip Cemetery, AR.

(3)Eura Harlan WOMACK, b: 19 May 1901 in AR.
m: Ida Belle CHILDERS, abt 1919, in AR. d: 27 Feb 1926.
both buried in Tulip Cemetery, AR.

Any help would be very much appreciated.
Thank you,
Larry Rigsby


Friday, January 28, 2005 at 23:46:39 (PST)
Beth,
bhowser@alltel.net

Larry,

For information on John Wylie Womack and Mary A. V. Overby (dau. of Eggleston Overby and Sarah Williamson), get in contact with me and I'll give you the addys of two descendants. Neil and Melvina's granddaughter is a friend of mine. I have the family group sheets, but they're hard copy and not in my computer. John Wylie's parents were Andrew Womack and Elizabeth Dickson. Andrew was the son of Richard Mansel IV. If you don't get the data you need from them, I'll be glad to help you. May I ask how you connect?

Beth


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 01:47:51 (PST)
Frances Stewart
yr30_with4@hotmail.com

Hello everyone

Hopefully someone out there can help me complete the lineage for this family. I can't find very much infomation on them but will try to give as much as I know. I am looking for information on Ann Womack m. Daniel Driskill (Driskell, Driscoll), there are variations to his last name but mostly I have found it to be Driskill. They were both born about mid 1700's. Any information with verification would be appreciated. I would like to go as far back as possible.
Thank you
Frances


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 03:36:36 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Francis Stewart

(Verification in the work of Patricia Cox Jackson as shown below she has ANN WOMACK married to Driscoll suppose to be Driskill. ANN WOMACK will be in the 4th generation column

1. Ann Womack was born ABT 1750 in Campbell VA.. She was the daughter of 2. Alexander Sr. Womack and 3. Martha Alexander. She married Daniel Driskill. He was born ABT 1740 in Dublin Ireland, and died 8 FEB 1813 in Virginia.






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2. Alexander Sr. Womack was born ABT 1710 in Henrico, Virgina, and died ABT 1783 in Campbell VA.. He was the son of 4. Richard Jr. Womack and 5. Elizabeth Ann Puckett.


3. Martha Alexander was born ABT 1718 in Campbell Co., VA..

Children of Martha Alexander and Alexander Sr. Womack are:1. i. Ann Womack was born ABT 1750 in Campbell VA.. She married Daniel Driskill. He was born ABT 1740 in Dublin Ireland, and died 8 FEB 1813 in Virginia.
ii. David Womack.
iii. Alexander Jr. Womack was born ABT 1745, and died AFT 1840 in Bedford Co., TN. He married Milly Buckner.
iv. Jane Womack was born 1743 in Campbell Co., VA.
v. Judith Juda Womack was born 1748 in VA.
vi. Martha Womack was born 1751 in Campbell Co., VA.
vii. Elizabeth Womack was born 1754 in Campbell Co., VA.
viii. Richard Womack was born 1755 in Amelia Co., VA, and died 4 SEP 1819 in Cherry Valley, Wilson Co., TN.
ix. Judith Womack was born 3 MAR 1759 in Campbell Co., VA.
x. Matthew Womack was born 1760 in Campbell Co., VA.






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4. Richard Jr. Womack was born JUN 1674 in Henrica, VA, and died MAR 1723 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co, VA. He was the son of 8. Richard Sr. Womack and 9. Mary Elizabeth Ruth Puckett.


5. Elizabeth Ann Puckett was born 1678 in Henrico, VA, and died 5 OCT 1725 in Henrico, VA. She was the daughter of 10. William Puckett and 11. Anne Womack.

Children of Elizabeth Ann Puckett and Richard Jr. Womack are:2. i. Alexander Sr. Womack was born ABT 1710 in Henrico, Virgina, and died ABT 1783 in Campbell VA.. He married Martha Alexander BEF 13 DEC 1742 in VA. She was born ABT 1718 in Campbell Co., VA..
ii. Richard III Womack was born 7 DEC 1710 in Henrico Co., VA, and died 25 JUL 1785 in GA.. He married Anne Nancy Childers.






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8. Richard Sr. Womack was born 1655 in Henrico Co., VA, and died BEF APR 1684 in Henrico Co., VA.


9. Mary Elizabeth Ruth Puckett.

Child of Mary Elizabeth Ruth Puckett and Richard Sr. Womack is:4. i. Richard Jr. Womack was born JUN 1674 in Henrica, VA, and died MAR 1723 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co, VA. He married Elizabeth Ann Puckett, daughter of William Puckett and Anne Womack. She was born 1678 in Henrico, VA, and died 5 OCT 1725 in Henrico, VA.




10. William Puckett.


11. Anne Womack.

Child of Anne Womack and William Puckett is:5. i. Elizabeth Ann Puckett was born 1678 in Henrico, VA, and died 5 OCT 1725 in Henrico, VA. She married Richard Jr. Womack, son of Richard Sr. Womack and Mary Elizabeth Ruth Puckett. He was born JUN 1674 in Henrica, VA, and died MAR 1723 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co, VA.

From Carlos Womack Records:
(Except where I indicated insertions I made) (PJ)
This is my numbering system not Carlos’s

I. William Womack b. ca 1605/1610 m. Mary Jane Allen a widow who died prior to 1685 settled in Burmuda Hundred, VA Colony

(Children on record)

1. William Jr. b. ca 1640
2. Abraham b. ca 1644
3. Richard b. ca 1650 VA (PJ)
4 Thomas b ca 1647
5 John b ca 1653
6 Anne b ca 1657
7 Mary b ca 1659
8 Jane b ca 1662 VA


2nd Generation

11 Wm and Jane Womack Jr

1Thomas b ca 1664
2 Mary m ________Cox

12 Abraham and Sarah Womack Sr

1 Abraham Jr b ca 1666 d 1745/1746 m Jane _______
2 Thomas d prior to Apr 1734 m Mary Farley
3 Martha m (1) John Mosby 22 Nov 1708 (2) James Hambleton
4 Jane b 1662 m Henry Pew Jr


13 Richard and Mary Womack

1 Richard Jr b 1676 d 1723 m Elizabeth Puckett (first cousin)
2 William b 1679 d 1718 m ca 1708 Susanna Trent
3 Elizabeth b 1680 m Timothy Harris 15 Jan 1697

14 Thomas b 1644 d 1697
No ch: listed in will

15 John b ca 1653 d 1725 m Mary _____ Prince Geo. Co.

1 John Jr d prior 1787 m Hannah Headworth (He lived in Prince Geo. Co.
2 William d prior to 1778 Halifax Co., North Carolina - moved 1761 from Sothhampton VA to NC
3 Abram
4 Abraham (youngest) m Mary________ probably had other children

16 Anne b 1657 d 1694 m William Puckett

1 Elizabeth Ann Puckett m Richard Womack Jr
2 William Puckett 1739 m Mary________
3 Richard Puckett ca 1684 d b.t. 1719-1721
4 Womack Puckett m prior to 5 Oct 1725 to Mabel Walthall Puckett
5 Mary-----------

17 Mary m Thomas Puckett

1 Thomas Puckett
2 Frances Puckett
3 William Puckett
4 John Puckett


3rd Generation

111 Thomas Womack & ___________

1 Mary
2 Judith
3 William

112 Mary m ______Cox

1 William


121 Abraham & Jane Womack Jr

1 William b ca 1688 d prior to 16 Mar 1762 m Mary _______

122 Thomas & Mary Womack Jr

1 Abraham b ca 1726 Henrico Co. VA d 16 May 1800 Lincoln Co. NC m Elizabeth________
2 William d ca 1790 Charlotte Co NC Intestate without issue
3 Isham James dec prior to 1 Oct 1810 m Mary_______ lived Amelia Co
4 Francis dec’d prior to 1 Oct 1810 m Susannan Pucket of Dale Parish, Chesterfield VA
5 Thomas Jrd 1782 Sarah Woodson - Chesterfield Co.
6 Martha d prior to 1812 m John Robards
7 Sarah deceased prior to 1 Oct 1810 m _________Rice
8 Mary m _____Mann
9 Elizabeth “Vasti : deceased prior to 1 Oct 1810 m _______Hatchett
10 Judith d prior to 1 Oct 1810 m (1) _____Booth m (2) ________Hambleton

123 John and Martha (Womack) Mosby

1 John Mosby d 1801 m Lucy Allen
2 Judith Mosby
3 Martha Mosby
4 Sarah Mosby
5 Luciana Mosby
6 Edward Mosby (?) unborn child at time of will

124 Jane m Henry Pew Jr

1 Anne Pew m (1) prior to 1 Dec 1681 Abraham Childers Jr m (2) John Atkins
2 Jane Pew d prior to 4 Aug 1718 m (1) John Price (2) Hugh Ligon

à131 Richard & Elizabeth Womack Jr

1 Alexander b ca 1708 d prior to Apr 1784 Campbell Co., VA m Martha______ à (PJ) 2 Richard III b 7 Dec 1710 d 1790 in Georgia m Ann Nancy Childers died in Burke Co. Georgia

132 William and Susanna Womack

1 Susanna b 1705 Henrico County Va
2 Phebe b 1707
3 Priscilla b 1711
4 Audria b 1713
5 Henry b 1709 d 1790 m Martha (Patsey) Puckett dau of Richard Puckett

133 Elizabeth And Timothy Harris

140

151 John and Hannah Womack

1 Travis
2 Nathaniel
3 Mary b 1750 m David Harvel

152 William & ________Womack

1 Thomas b 1730-1740 m Elizabeth________
2 John d 1813/1814 m Elinor Rorie Halifax, NC
3 Fredrick d 1777/1778 in Halifax, NC (maybe Frederick Rev. War SC
4 James d 1786
5 Albridgton (Brittain) b ca 1730
6 Mary m ca 1760 Samual Butler
7 Martha m William Alsobrook live in Halifax Co. NC

153 Abram

154 Abraham

161 (see 131)

162 William and Mary Puckett

1 Lewis Puckett b 1722
2 Eliza Puckett b 1725
3 Thomas Puckett
4 William Puckett
5 Douglas Puckett
6 John Puckett (possible

163 Richard & Martha Puckett

1Martha b ca 1715 m Henry Womack, Son of William and Suanna Womack)
2 Richard Puckett b ca 1719
164 Womack and Mable Puckett

1 Ephrain Puckett b 24 Jan 1721 m Hannah lived Lunenburg & Mecklenberg Co. VA and in Union Co. SC 1786
2 Isham Puckett b 16 Oct 1724 m Marth______lived Lunenburg VA
3 Womack Puckett Jr (?) Francis live in Chesterfield,VA

170-174 no inf.

4th Generation

121,1 William and Mary Womack

1 William II b 1710 d 26 Sept 1791 Cumberland VA m Martha ________
2 Agnes m John Bullock
3 Prissilla m William Doss
4 Martha m ________Nichols
5 Sarah m James Barnett d 1740
6 Mary m John Williams
7 Judith d 1773 m Ralph Graves

122,1 Abraham & Elizabeth Womack Sr

1 Abner b 7 Jan 1764 m Agnes Nancy Reed
2 Elizabeth m Charles Cauthorn
3 Mary m John Spradlin

122,2 William Died intestate/no issue

123,3 Isham and Mary Womack

1 William
2 Mary m _____Owen
3 Martha

122,4 Francis & Susannah Womack

1 Willaim

122,5 Thomas & Sarah Wommack Jr

1 Thomas III d after 1782 m Sarah _______name spelled as in Wommack
2 Joel d 1781 m Sarah_____”Sary”
3 Sarah b ca 1740 Chesterfield Co. VA d 1779 Chesterfield Co VA m Fedrick Reams
4 Josiah m _________
5 William

122,6 John & Martha Robards

1 Pleasant Robards
2 Stephen Robards
3 Joshua Robards
4 William Robards
5 Martha Robards
6 Fannie Robards m _______Irby
7 Judith ? (Judy) Robards m _________Chandler

122,7 __________ and Sarah Womack Rice

1 Francis Rice
2 Thomas Rice
3 Samuel Rice
4 Isham Rice
5 Fanny Rice
6 Molly Rice m _________Cheatman
7 Elizabeth Rice m __________Puckett

122,8 no info

122,9 ___________ & Elizabeth Womack Hatchett

1 Josiah Hatchett
2 Martha Hatchett m Joseph Tolbert
3 Judith Hatchett m William Furkering

122,0 __________ and Judith Womack Hambleton

1 Francis Hambleton
2 Mary Hambleton m Daniel Owen

123,1 John and Lucy Womack Mosby

1William Mosby d 1809 m Rebecca Williamson 1784
2 Mary Mosby m Nathanel Sheppard
3 Elizabeth Mosby m Benjamin Sheppard
4 Lucy Mosby m Edmund James
5 Susanna Mosby
6 Hezekiah Mosby m (1) Elizabeth Winston in 1794 (2) Mary Massie
7 Ann Mosby (Nancy m Woodson Parsons in 1786
8 Martha Mosby m ______Allen
9 Robert Mosby m Frances_________
.0 Joseph Mosby
.1 Samuel m Mary Anderson in 1794
.2 Benjamin Mosby d 1771 m Elizabeth Bacon

124,1 Abraham & Annie Childers Jr

1 John Childers
2 Jane Childers
3 Philemn Childers
4 Abraham Childers III m Hester Cannon 1696
5 Robert Childers
6 Henry Childers m Lucretia Jones
Children of John and Annie Womack Atkins
7 Joseph Atkins

124,2 John and Jane Womack Price

1 Daniel Price
2 Mary Cannon Price
3 Pew Price
4 John Price b ca 1690 Henrico Co., VA m Hannah Williamson
5 Elisabeth Pew Price b ca 1700

131,1 Alexander & Martha Womack

1 Matthew d prior to 26 Aug 1782
2 Alexander Jr b ca 1740 m (1st) Milly (2nd) Sarah McDearman to Tenn 1807
3 Richard b ca 1755 m Rachel________ moved to Tenn 1810
4 David b 1765-1770 m Elizabeth
5 Jean (Jane) m ________Tomison
6 Ann m ________Driscoll (Immigrant from Ireland)
7 Judith (Juda m _________Richards
8 Martha m ________Rutledge
9 Elizabeth m _________Mason

131,2 Richard and Ann Nancy Womack III

1 Jesse b 1739 d 1811 in GA m (1) Dorothy Prior b ca 1740 d 1777 in GA (2) Phoebe_______
2 Abraham b 22 April 1742 d 9 Dec 1804 m (1) 31 May 1763 Martha Mitchell (died Granville Co NC (2) Martha Watkins
3 David b ca 1730/1740 Henrico Co VA m Mildred Prior lived NC, SC, LA
4 John b ca 1750 d 1825 m Lucy Prior Tapley in NC
5 Sally (Patsy) b 1742 d 20 Jan 1791 m 1773 Capt Jonathan Kemp NC, GA St. Helena Parish LA
6 Major Jacob b ca 1730/1740 m Mary_________ Jacob was ensign for Lunenberg Co, Orange Co NC in 1764 and Tenn. Milia
7 Richard IV b ca 1730/1740 d 1754 [?] m 1753 Margaret_________ they had a child that died soon after birth
8 Ann (probably Oldest married Josiah Alday) (PJ)

132,5 Henry and Martha Womack

1 Lucy b 1733 m Thomas Lawrence
2 Andria (Athary) b 1732 m ______Russell
3 Henry II m 31 Jul 1778 Mary or Anne Terry, Louisa Co VA
4 Mary

151,3 David and Mary Womack Harvel

1 Mary Harvel m 1812 Reuben Johnson

152,1 Thomas & Elizabeth Womack

1 Martha (Patsey) never married
2 Carter d ca 1822 m ca 1795 Catherine________
3 Betsy (Elizabeth?) 26 Jan 1794 m John Menore (McLemore)
4 Delilah m Ladovick Thompson Greenville Co, VA

152,2 John & Elenor Womack

1 John Jr Lie in Chatham Co. NC
2 James
3 Nancy m Battle
4 Martha (Patsey) m ___________Parham
5 Rorie d/ 1847 m Elizabeth Booker, dtr of James and Phebe Booker

Children of John & Susanne (Allen) Womack 1807 Lived Lee & Moore Co. NC
6 Robert Allen (Alias Womack)
7 William Allen (Alias Womack)
8 Elizabeth Allen (Alias Womack)

152,3 no info

152.4 James & _________Womack

1 James Brantley b 1767 d 1814 m 1787 Mary (Polly) Ellis

152.5 Albright on (Britton) & __________Womack

1 Wiley
2 Martha “Patsey” b 1757 m Joshua Elkins d 22 June 1821
3 Brittain m 21 Aug 1816 Lucy Willifor Wake Co NC Moore Co
4 Tempie
5 William (Willie m Winafred Hinesly NC
6 Alexander
7 Molly
8 Meriden m Tisha Levins, Wake Co NC
9 Nancy
10 Ferebee m 1817 Kinchen Griffin, Wake Co NC
11 “Winny” Winafred m 1817 Cannon Griffin Wake Co Nc

164,1 Ephraim & Hannah Puckett

1 Ephraim Puckett
2 Catherine “
3 Mary “
4 Hannah “

5th Generation

121,11 William & Martha Womack Jr

1 William III b 1736 d 1819 m Mary Mollie Allen lived Prince Edward Co. VA
2 Chas b 1743 d prior to 1811 m Agnes McGeehee
3 Nathan b 1746 d prior 1811 m Anna McGeehee
4 Jesse b 1749 d Rev War m Sarah Daniel (lived Ken with ch.)
5 Massanello b1751 d 1837 m Elizabeth Venable
6 Judith m John Hendricks
7 Agnes m _______Sims
8 Mary m William Wadley Goochland Co., VA

121,12 John and Agnes Bullock

1 Mary Bullock
2 William Bullock
3 Susanna Bullock
121,13 and 121,14 no info.

121,15 James and Sarah Barrett

1 Lucy Barrett
2 unborn child at James Death

121,16 no info

121,17 Ralph and Judith Graves

1 Henry m Mary Cussins, (Cousins)
2 Mary Graves
3 Sally Graves m Barrett Price

122,11 Abner and Agnes Womack

1Margaret b 1788 Lincoln Co NC m William Neil
2 James b 1790 Lincoln Co NC m Elizabeth Berry
3 Martha L. b 1792 Lincoln Co NC m Samuel Hargrove
4 Elizabeth b 1794 Lincoln Co NC m Enoch Berry m (2nd) John Coley
5 Lewis b 1796 Lincoln Co NC m Margaret Berry
6 Isabel b 23 April Logan Co KY d 1863 Provo, Utah m William Haws
7 Camilla b 1802 m Peter D Soloman
8 Nancy b 1804 KY m James S Moore
9 Alexander b 1805 KY
10 Abraham b 1806 KY m (1) ? (2) Octavia Amanda Pierson
11 Abner Jr 1808 m Erdive Sharp
12 Chapman b 1812 m Nancy Moore

122,51 Thomas and Sarah Wommack Jr (III)

1 Peter m Chirtian Utterback
2 Jesse
3 Sukey
4 Archer
5 Thomas m Sarah (5 Jul 1754)

122,52 Joel and Srah Womack

1 Nancy
2 Betsy
3 Richard

122,53 Sarah Womack and Frederick Reams

1 James Bartlett Reams b 1773 Amelia Co VA died New Orleans 1815 m 23 April 1797 Sarah Driscoll

122,54 Josiah &__________Womack

1 Rebecca

123,11 William and Mosby

1 Nancy Williamson m Nov 1803 Gen. Wm. B. Chamberlayne

123,19 Robert and Frances Mosby

1 Mary m 1803 Capt. Wm Burton Jr
2 Anne m Thomas Norvell
3 Elizabeth b 1776 died Boone Co KY m 1792 Isham Allen Jr
4 Martha (Patsy) m Willian Winston

123,1.2 Benjamin and Elizabeth Mosby

1 Langston b 1769 d 1863 m Tucy Turner d 1858 Goochland Co VA
2 John m (1st) Mrs. Sallie Toller m (2nd) Eliza Jones (3rd) Eliza Talizferro Henrico Co VA
3 Benjamin b Sept 1771 m Ann Winston

124,16 Henry and Lucretian Childers

1 Ann (Nancy) m Richard Womack III in 1730
2 Thomas
3 Lucretia
4 Milicent
5 Martha
6 Henry Jr m 1761 Mary Farmer

124,24 John and Hanna Price

1 William b 3 Sep 1730 Henrico Co VA m Susannah Burton

131,11 Matthew and ______Womack

1 Nancy G m 1792 Campbell Co VA James Davis

131,12 Alexander and Milly Womack Jr

1 Elizabeth b ca 1770 m 28 Jul 1792 Henry Buckner Jr Charlotte Co VA
2 Polly b ca 1775 m 1806 Adin Mason

131,13 Richard and Rachel Womack

1 Joel d ca 1808 m 13 Nov 1800 Sally (Sarah Pruitt dau of Michael Pruitt , Campbell Co VA
2 Richard Jr b 1790 Campbell Co VA d 1860-1870 m Agnes Smith Both buried Wilson Co Tenn.
3 Elijah b 22 May 1794 m Elizabaeth Patterson Wilson Co Tenn
4 Susannah m Joseph Hubbard
5 Elizabeth m Jeremiah McHenry
6 Jane (Jennie) d 1850/1860 m (1) James Crator (Creighton) (2) Philip Shores
7 Lucy m William F Jones Sr
8 Patsy m William Shanks (after her death mare Leninnia Clemmons Moxley widow and moved to Sharp Co Ark)

131,14 David and Elizabeth Womack Sr

1 David Jr b ca 1790
2 James Alexander b 1797 in VA d 1874 McMinn Co Tenn m (1) 1821 Rutherford Co NC Mary Neal m (2) Freelove Thompson
3 Hawkins b 1806 m 1825 Jane Jenney Cooper
4 Michael b 1794 VA d 1861 m 1815 Bedford Co Tenn. Sarah Jones b 1795 SC settled Ark 1849

131,21 Jesse and Dorothy Womack

1 David m Nancy Childers
2 Richard Mansel m _______
3 Elizabeth
4 John N (Jack) bu 24 D/ 1776 m Francis Coleman Washington Co Fort Stephens Mill Alabama
5 Jesse m Phebe_________
6 William ab 25 May 1779
(may be others)

131,22 Abraham & Martha Womack

1 Sherwood b 1764 m Ann (Nancy) Rogers
2 Lucretia b 1766 m Mr Howard
3 David b 1768 m ____________
4 Mansel b 1770 m (1) Sarah Rogers (2nd) in Guilford Co NC mary Mariah Lewis b 1773 d 1855 Sarah was dau of Col Brett Rogers (Georgia and Butler Co Ala
5 Nancy d prior to 1829 in GA m William Stone
6 Cicely m 22 Jan 1787 James harris McFarland Caswell Co NC then moved to Georgia
7 Susannah b 1776 m 1796 Clement Glen Greene Co GA
8 Mary m Francis Coleman land Green Co GA
9 John died prior to 1840 m ca 1805 Sarah Lewis (sister to Mary Mariah lived in Warren and Wilkes Co GA 1805/1806
10 Elizabeth b 1785 in Georgia d 1853 Greene Co Ala m (1st) 1800 Benjamin Stephen Coleman m (2nd) 1815 Thomas H Langhan Sr m (3rd) Enoch Stringfellow
11 Sarah A
12 Lucy
13 William G m 1839 Monre Co GA Ann S Hunt
14 Jesse C m 19 April 1839

131,23 David and Mildred Womack

1Richard Mansel IV b 1768 Orange Co NC m (1) Dicy Jane Hays m (2nd) Martha_______b 1775 Richard settled in La Adj land of brother Col Abner in 1809 (Martha was Choctaw Indian decent)
2 John moved to Mississippi
3 Dorothy Prior (Dolly) b 1770 Orange Co NC m 10 Oct 1806 David Mitchell in Jackson Co GA Mitchell in Jackson Co GA
4 Robert P 1772 d c 1845 St Helena Parish LA m 1818 Charlotte Corder
5 David Jr b 27 Mar 1774 Orange Co NC d 3 Jan 54 Simpson Co Miss m 4 Feb 1807 Sarah Ann Norris b 1789 d Dec 1858 Settled in Simpson Co MS David served in the War of 1812 Memorial to Sarah - Mother of 12 children in the Mt Zion Cemetery Apple Springs Tex
6 William Washington b 1776 Orange Co NC m (1) _____m (2) Charity T settled on land in St Helena Parish
7 Col Abner b 1778 Caswell Co NC m Celia Herron m Celia Herron left Georgia and settled in LA in 1800
8 Jacob Green b 1780 Caswell Co NC m Nancy Jane Waller b Greensburg LA
9 Abraham (Fat Abe) b 1782 Caswell Co NC m 1804 Elizabeth Burton in GA moved to LA

131,24 John and Lucy Womack

1 Green b 12 Nov 1782 St Martins Dist Caswell Co NC died Chatham Co NC m (1) Mary W Taylor m
(2nd) Mrs Ann McBryde,McIver
2 John Pryor b St Lukes District Caswell Co NC
3 Jesse b ca 1772 m Catherine McNeill Person Co NC
4 David d before 11 Oct 1824 m 28 Mar Delilah Graves Caswell NC
5 Jacob Pryor m 1810 Orange Co NC Nancy (Ann Faddis) Orange Co NC moved to Desoto Co Miss thence to Marshall, Harrison Co Texas
6 Josiah d prior to April 1848 m Mary Justis
7 Henry m 1813 Matilda Wells Person Co NC

131,25 Johnathon and Sally Patsey (Kemp)

1 Asa b 1770 died prior to 22 Aug 1817 m Mary Kilpatrick lived on track of land given by his father in Anderson Co SC
2 Isaac b ca 1772 m “Lovie” Methvein-acquired land in St Helena Parish LA in 1800 Settled father’s estate in 1815 moved to Jackson Parish 1819
3 Rebecca b ca 1780 d prior to 1850 m David T Gorman b ca 1778 Received Plantation in South Carolina from her father
4 Dempsey b 6 June 1782 d 29 Jan 1844 m 1810 Sarah Hutchinson b 1 July 1793 d 1856 received a plantation in South Carolina from Sarah’s father Both buried in Old Kemp burial grounds in a brick vault
5 David b ca 1774 d ca 14 Jul 1830 1st Sheriff of St Helena Parish LA died a bachelor
6 Jonathan Jr b ca 1776 he was a preacher on the Claiborne Circuit in Mississippi Died a bachelor
7 Thomas b ca 1778 d P T 23 Dec 1817 m Margaret Hutchinson, m (2nd) Jesse McMahon m (3rd) Zachariah Nettles
Capt Jonathon Kemp married (2nd) Elizabeth Cox 1791 Ch: Caleb, Sarah, Charles, Patsey, Dianah, Hillery, Wilfred, Permelia m William Womack, Elizabeth (Betty) m (1st) Abner Womack and (2nd) Stanley Viers

131,26 Major Jacob and Mary Womack

1 Martha b 20 March 1758 d ca 1840 Benton Co Ala m Robert Bean b 3 May 1758
2 Sarah m ________ Lane (Son of Tidance Lane)
(I am not sure if this is correct or if there us another Jacob lived on Little Limestone Creek Washington Co Tenn. Possible the father of the above or the above Major Jacob the father of Jacob on Little Limestone Creek or if they are the same person and married two or more times one wife being Sarah Johnson, dau of Joseph Johnson/Johnston of Lunenburg Co VA
3 Johnson
4 John
5 Jesse
6 David
All above the Arkansas early inhabitants
7 William ? Pendleton SC White Co Tenn. Jeremiah, Jonathan, and David of Grainger Co Tenn. And David and Johnson of Grainger, Wh Co Tenn. Also Jenkin and Jacob of early Arkansas 1820’s

132,51 Thomas and Lucy Lawrence

1 Thomas
2 John b 1760 m Behesland Smith VA
3 James L d Tenn. m Mary Cate Wilkes Co NC
4 Henry b 12 Jun 1771 d 8 Apr 1855 m Winifred Manard
5 Lucy b 1773 m Chas. Cate McMinn Tenn.

1) From Madison Co Musings Vol IX Fall 1989 pages 114-128 states that Jacob Womack is Johnson Ashley’s father & Sarah Johnson is his mother. Johnson Ashley is listed in the 1799 Tax List for Grainger Co Tenn. Or the 1815-1816 Tax List for Arkansas in Lawrence Co and on the 1820 Census for Lawrence Co Arkansas and that he came to Madison Co before 1832 and settled in what would become Madison near Washington Co Line.


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 03:42:01 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Frances Stewart


Much of Daniel's family information came fromRoots Web, Tammi Oneal's p ost. Many thanks to Tammi and any other researcher that compiled this i nformation:

BIOGRAPHY: BIRTH: AGE Over 45, 1810 Census Campbell Co. Virginia. MARRI AGE: Anne Womack; In a letter from Connie Ausec to Joyce Womack: "Ann W omack was married to Daniel Driskill." This fact is confirmed in a Bibl e in the possession of the descendants of William Driskill, son of Dani el and Ann. BIOGRAPHY: MARRIAGE: Agnes Hawkins Lunenburg Co. VA Marria ge Bond Book BIOGRAPHY: Daniel Driskill was probably married thee times . It is possible that he first married a daughter of Thomas Watkins, th en Anne Womack and then Agnes Hawkins. Daniel was included in the will o f Thomas Watkins indicating that he was probably a son-in-law. Further r esearch is needed to prove the marriage to a daughter of Thomas Watkins . BIOGRAPHY: Mary Holt (Mrs. Jon) of Sterling CO in researching the Ho lt family, copied some Holt data in a library in Cassville, Missouri in 1 996, and in this history is Daniel and Agnes Driskill of Campbell Co., V A and neighbors of the Holt's. This history also mentions their son, Th omas T. Driskill, also William Mason (security for Alexander Womack's w ill) and two of his daughters, Judith Mason who married Leonard Holt an d Susanna Mason who married Asa Holt. These people were on the tax list o f 1810 in Campbell Co., Virginia. BIOGRAPHY: DEATH: Will Dated 8 Feb 1 813 was probated 21 Oct 1815. Campbell Co. Virginia. Will Book No. 3, P age 400. BIOGRAPHY: Campbell County Virginia Court Orders Book 11 Page 123 December Court 1813 A paper purporting to be the Last Will and Test ament of Daniel Driskill decd. produced in court and offered for probat e and on the motion of David Driskill who contests the establishment, t he same is continued until the next court. (NOTE: The continuation of t his matter could not be found in the next or subsequent courts.) BIOGR APHY: ADDITIONAL: Several people have written to me indicating that the f ollowing are names of children born to Daniel Driskill and his three wi ves: William, John, David, Alexander, Allen, Joshua, Mahal, Peter, Thom as, Elizabeth, Obidiah, Ann (Anney)*, Daniel*, Adam*, Richard, Jeremiah , Sarah and Moses. There is no proof as to who the mother was of most o f the children or exactly what the birth order was. (*Marriage Bond for A nney shows that Daniel Driskill paid the bond and Daniel Driskill and A dam Driskill were witnesses.) BIOGRAPHY: Campbell County Virginia Deed s BIOGRAPHY: 1786 Daniel Driskill to Gregory Matthews 80# 80 acres Eas t side of Falling River to corner near Michael Pruitt thence across riv er near the mill dam past mill dam to the mouth of Dog Creek 5 Apr 1805 D aniel Driskill to William Driskill 30# 30 acres 5 Apr 1805 Daniel Drisk ill to Adam Driskill 40# 40 acres 5 Apr 1805 Daniel Driskill to Davey D riskill 100# 90 acres 18 Apr 1806 Daniel Driskill to Alexander Womack 2 50# 160 Acres Signed Daniel & Agnes Driskill 12 Oct 1807 to Daniel Dris kill from Alexander Womack 8-44 11 Feb 1809 To David Driskill from Dani el Driskill 8-416 BIOGRAPHY: Land Grants Bedford County Virginia Danie l Driskill 300 Acres 1 Sep 1780 BIOGRAPHY: Thomas Jefferson Esquire of t he Commonwealth of Virginia to all whom these presents shall come greet ing. Know Ye that in consideration of the amount compensation of 30 Sch illings Sterling paid by Daniel Driskill into the Treasury of this Comm onwealth there is granted by the said Commonwealth unto the said Daniel D riskill a certain tract or parcel of land containing three hundred acre s by survey bearing date the twelfth day of April one thousand seven hu ndred and eighty as assignee of part of an entry made in the name of Th omas Watkins dated March the fifth one thousand seven hundred and fifty f our for four hundred acres on the East side of Falling river beginning a t his own corner three hundred acres of land situated in Bedford County o n Falling river bounded as followeth to wit. Beginning at the mouth of I sland branch thence South twenty five degrees west eight poles up the r iver to a Locust on the bank of the w


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 03:55:21 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Frances

Campbell Co. VA Deed: Daniel Driskill 1780
A scanned copy of this document can be viewed on the website of the Virginia State DigitalLibrary
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/campbell/deeds/driskill.txt


Thomas Jefferson Esquire of the Commonwealth of Virginia
To all whom these presents shall come greeting.

Know Ye that in consideration of the amount compensation of 30 Schillings Sterling paid by Daniel
Driskill into the Treasury of this Commonwealth there is granted by the said Commonwealth unto the said
Daniel Driskill a certain tract or parcel of land containing three hundred acres by survey bearing date the
twelfth day of April one thousand seven hundred and eighty as assignee of part of an entry made in the
name of Thomas Watkins dated March the fifth one thousand seven hundred and fifty four for four hundred
acres on the East side of Falling river beginning at his own corner three hundred acres of land situated in
Bedford County on Falling river bounded as followeth to wit. Beginning at the mouth of Island branch
thence South twenty-five degrees west eight poles up the river to a Locust on the bank of the west side of
the river thence by the bank thereof North thirty-three degrees west forty poles North fifty four degrees
west sixty-two poles thence across near Michael Pruitt's Mill Dam. North thirty-four degrees East ten poles
to a red oak on the East bank of the river. Thence up passing the end of the Mill dam North seventy-four
degrees west eight poles to the mouth of Dog Creek thence up the Creek as it meanders to a white Oak on
Lon Todd¹s line, thence along his lines South fifty degrees west six poles to his corner pointers South thirty
degrees East ninety four poles to his corner pointers North seventy-four degrees East two hundred and sixty
poles to his corner pointers North nineteen degrees West twenty poles to Watkins corner shrub white oak
thence along Watkins lines South fifty-two degrees East seventy-six poles to his corner pointers South
fifty-four degrees west one hundred and ninety poles to his corner pointers South twenty-eight degrees west
thirty poles to a poplar just above the head of the island branch thence down the said branch as it meanders
to the first station with its appurtenances; to have and to hold the said parcel of land with its appurtenances
to the said Daniel Driskill and his Heirs forever.
In witness whereof the said Thomas Jefferson, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia have
hereunto set his hand and caused the lesser seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond on
the first day of September in the year or Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty and of the
Commonwealth Tho Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

Family of Alexander WOMACK Sr. (68) & Martha http://members.fortunecity.com/jdw4/Womack1/rr01_041.html

164. Anne WOMACK. Born ca 1746 in Henrico Co., VA. Anne died in Campbell Co., VA in 1784/1788; she was 38.

Anne married Daniel DRISKILL. Born abt 1730 in Dublin, Cork, Ireland. Daniel died in Campbell Co., VA on 9 Feb 1813; he was 83. Burial: Possibly In The Mason/Holt/Driskill.

They had the following children:
301 i. Daniel (<1766-)
302 ii. Moses (ca1766-)
303 iii. Alexander (ca1767-)
304 iv. Joshua (ca1770-)
305 v. Adam (ca1771-)
306 vi. Anna Marie "Anny" (ca1773-)
307 vii. Sarah (1774-1847)
308 viii. Richard (ca1774-1819)
309 ix. William W. (ca1775-1850)
310 x. Mahal (Undefined) (ca1777-)
311 xi. David (ca1781-ca1856)
312 xii. Obadiah (1783-1843)
313 xiii. Jeremiah
314 xiv. James
315 xv. Samuel
316 xvi. Allen
317 xvii. Peter
318 xviii. Thomas

Descendants of Daniel Driskill
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/e/l/Angela-C-Kelley/GENE4-0001.html

Generation No. 1


1. DANIEL1 DRISKILL was born Abt. 1740 in Ireland, and died February 09, 1813 in Campbell County, VA. He married ANNE WOMACK, daughter of ALEXANDER WOMACK and MARTHA. She was born 1745 in VA, and died 1785.

Children of DANIEL DRISKILL and ANNE WOMACK are:
2. i. DAVID2 DRISKILL, b. 1775, VA.
ii. ALEXANDER DRISKILL.
iii. ALLEN DRISKILL.
iv. JOSHUA DRISKILL.
v. MAHAL DRISKILL.
vi. PETER DRISKILL.
vii. THOMAS DRISKILL.
viii. ELIZABETH DRISKILL.
ix. RICHARD DRISKILL.
x. JEREMIAH DRISKILL.
xi. MOSES DRISKILL.
xii. ANNEY DRISKILL.
xiii. WILLIAM DRISKILL, b. 1770.
xiv. DANIEL DRISKILL, b. 1774.
xv. ADAM DRISKILL, b. 1776.
xvi. OBADIAH DRISKILL, b. March 19, 1783.


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 04:19:32 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Frances sorry for the seperate posts http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+297247833493+F

The Will of Daniel Driskill, 1813 - Campbell Co. VA


Will book 3, p. 400, Rustburg

In the name of God, Amen. Or, be it remembered that I, Daniel Driskill of Campbell County,
being weak of body but of perfect mind and memory, do make and publish this, my Last Will and
Testament, in manner and form following: That is to say first to my beloved wife, I give and
bequeath my whole estate, real and personal goods and chattels of every descriptioin whatsoever,
to dispose of by her as she sees cause.
And, my worthy friend, Andrew S. Whitlow, I do hereby appoint sole Executor of this, My Will
and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
In witness whereof, I hereinto set my hand and affixed my seal this eighth day of February in
the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirteen.

/s/ Daniel Driskill (seal)
Teste:
William Moore Martha Moore (her mark)

Campbell County Virginia Court Orders Book 11 Page123
December Court 1813
A paper purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Daniel Driskill decd. produced in court
and offered for probate and on the motion of David Driskill who contests the establishment, the
same is continued until the next court.

(NOTE: The continuation of this matter could not be found in the next or subsequent courts.)

Campbell County VA
The Commonwealth of Virginia to John Dennis and Robert Morton: Gentlemen, Justices of the
County Court of Charlotte, Greeting. Whereas the writing hereto annexed purporting to be the
Last Will and Testament of Daniel Driskill deceased, hath been offered for proof to our County
Court of Campbell County, and it not being convenient for Martha Moore, one of the witnesses
attesting the same, to travel to our said court, know ye therefore that we trusting to your
fidelity and provident circumspection in diligently examining the said Martha Moore require you
in probance of the order of our said Court, that on such days and at such places as you shall
appoint, you cause the said Martha Moore to come before you and take her attestation on the
Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, or upon his solemn affirmation as the case may require, and
that her said attestation to our said Court distinctly and plainly without delay you do certify
in the same manner such acts are required by law to be authenicated and saafely send enclosed
returning also the said writing and this will, witness Robert Alexander, Clerk of our said
Court the 21st day of October, 1815 in the 40th year of the Commonwealth.

/s/ Ro. Alexander, Clerk

Charlotte County, to-wit:
In pursuance to the within commissions to us directed, we the undersignned Justices of Peace
for the said County have met at the house of Martha Moore, one of the subscribiing witnesses to
the will of Daniel Driskill hereto annexed, the said Martha Moore being first sworn, declared
that Daniel Driskill acknowledged the writing hereto annexed to be his Last Will and Testament,
that she believed him to be in his perfect senses and memory, and that she subscribes her name
as a witness to the said will in his, the said Daniel Driskill's, presence.

Given under our hand and seals this 10th day of November, 1815
/s/ John Dennis (seal)
/s/ Robert Morton (seal)

At Court held in Campbell County, November 13th, 1815.
The within Last Will and Testament of Daniel Driskill, deceased, was proved by the oath of
William Moore, a witness thereto subscribed, and the other witness having been also examined
before two Justices of Peace for Charlotte County, as the Law directs, the said Will is
admitted to record.

Teste: Ro. Alexander, C.C.C.


Submitted by Ed Driskill

Fauquier County, Virginia - Soldiers in the Revolution

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Jim Burgess.

The following information has been typed from:

Fauquier County, Virginia 1759-1959 published by the Fauquier County Bicentennial
Committee, Warrenton, Virginia. C opyright 1959 by the Fauquier County Bicentennial
Committee and the Board of Supervisors, County of Fauquier. Printed in the United
States of America at Warrenton, County of Fauquier, Commonwealth of Virginia.
pp 308-314.

The following names of Revolutionary War Soldiers were compiled from photostatic
copies of the original muster rolls and pension declarations in the National Archives
and the Archives of the Virginia State Library. The majority of the names, however,
have been taken from the Minute Books of Fauquier County, especially the Minutes
for the years 1773-1780 and 1781-1784. A Complete list of these was made by the late Sadie
Bartenstein, Deputy Clerk of the Court from 1927 until her death in 1956. Except
for a few instances where names were almost unreadable no freedom has been exercised.
Therefore the names in this list are spelled as the appeared in the original source.
To conserve space here there is no indication of the rank held by the individual
soldier.


-D-

Dixon, George Dearing, John
Dysos, Aquilla Driskill, Timothy
Dawson, Benjamin Digges, Edward
Donaldson, J. William Darnall, Joseph
Donaldson, William Doniphan, Joseph

THE OLD FREE STATE
Lunenburg County, Virginia

Chapter IX (cont'd )

Daniel Driskill Agnes Hawkins Claiborn Johnson 9/ 9/1788


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 05:01:34 (PST)
Frances Stewart
yr30_with4@hotmail.com

Thank you so much for your quick response and help. I will try to summarize where we fit in this group

Frances League b. 1951 m. Roger Stewart b. 1947
daughter of Leslie L. League b. 1921 d. 1975 m. Amelia Eckard b.1924

Leslie is the son of William E. League b. 1891 d. 1971 and Eliza Frances Ash b.1902 d.1930

William E. League son of George E. League b.1864 d.1944 m.Lillian Belle Driskill b.1871

Lillian is the daughter of Daniel Driskill b.1800 d.1866 m.Elizabeth Webb b.1837

Daniel Driskill son of Adam Driskill b.1769 d.bet. 1835-1836 m.Sarah Bailey b.1776

Adam Drisill son of Daniel Driskill b.1730 d.February 9, 1813 m.Ann Womack b.about 1745 d.about 1785

In case anyone is researching that side of the family.

Thank you so much for the help
Frances


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 05:47:10 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

You are very welcome Frances no problem I am glad I could help


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 07:11:03 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

Just a couple things on recent postings here:

First Major Jacob Womack - unless he was married three times or had a wife with three names, he was never married to a Mary - some ignorant soul did a thing for the DAR using Mary Wills Cole as his wife - unfortunately, she wasnt born until the 1765-1770 time frame - and she was his cousin Jacob's wife - not his.
And her maiden name was Wills, not Cole. Some say Martha was his wife, some say Sarah - he did have daughters by those names as far as can be seen. Todays leaning is towards one Sarah Johnson being his wife - more research needed..

Secondly - I am still waiting for some researcher to prove that the maiden name of Alexander Womack Sr's wife, Martha, was Alexander. It has been a number of years since I challenged that; and no one has offered any tangible proof whatsoever..time to belly up to the table and let it go....


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 07:27:40 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

Frances
Please claify this entry you made below:

Lillian is the daughter of Daniel Driskill b.1800 d.1866 m.Elizabeth Webb b.1837
Or is your lineage chart intended to read from oldest to latest:

Daniel Driskill, b. abt 1730, d Feb 9 1813;
m. Ann Womack b. abt 1745 d. abg 1785

Adam Driskill b. abt 1769, d. 1835-36
m. Sarah Bailey b. abt 1776

Daniel Driskill b. abt 1800, d. abt 1866
m. Elizabeth Webb b. abr 1837

Lillian Belle Driskill b. abt 1871
m. William E League b. abt 1864, d. abt 1944
(Question, if Daniel died abt 1866, how was she born 1871?)


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 07:33:08 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee @ msn.com

Correction:

Elizabeth Belle married to George E League -- sorry - but the question of her year of birth still stands -


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 11:50:36 (PST)
Beth
bhowser@alltel.net

Cuzzin Sam,

Your frustration is understandable. I don't believe Annette Carpenter Womack and Patricia Cox Jackson were referring to your Mary Wills Cole when they named Mary as a wife of Maj. Jake twenty + years ago. Both ladies were researching long before someone decided to give him Mary Wills Cole as a wife. I continue wait for proof of Mary, wife of Maj. Jake. The only clue I can come up with is Johnson Womack's full name was Johnson Ashley Womack. Maybe the Mary who Annette and Patricia referred to was Mary Ashley.???? Anyone with any ideas on this theory?

I'm still stunned by this....Derrell came up with a document which has given me some new ideas to work with. Here are excerpts:

Certificate #112; Claim #18: Garrett M. Hensley
Land Office at Fayetteville
19th June 1837

(Note from Beth: this is Crawford Co., AR)

".......in the fall of 1827 he purchased an improvement in that portion of the Country which ceased to be a part of the Territory of Arkansas by virtue of the treaty with the Cherokee Indians West of the Mississippi River, approved on the 24th of May 1828....his improvement was situated within half a mile of the Bayou Benard [sic] and that Mrs. Gold, Mrs. Moore, [MR.] CARICO LARKIN WOMACK...." Whoever transcribed this document was indicating that Carico Larkin Womack was a male by adding the "Mr." in brackets. The name Carrico starts a new ballgame. And believe it or not Larkin's wife, Frances Basye Quick Womack had more ties to some of the families than Larkin. Perhaps that's how Frances and Larkin met?......more later on the connections of the Carricos, Burlesons, Weavers, Allards, Quicks, Ballews, Basyes, Piggotts and Womacks!

Hang in there, Cuz,.....you'll get 'em straightened out!


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 12:43:49 (PST)
Frances Stewart
yr30_with4@hotmail.com

After I posted that and read it on the site, I knew it was going to sound stupid because it sounded stupid to me so I will try again. Please bear with me, I am new to genealogy and have only done mine so here goes

Starting with Daniel Driskill b. 1730 d. Feb. 9, 1813
m. Ann Womack b. 1745 d. 1785
They had a son named Adam Driskill

Adam Driskill b. 1769 d. between 1835-1836
m. Sarah Bailey b. 1776
They had a son named Daniel Driskill

Daniel Driskill b. 1800 d. 1886


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 12:53:13 (PST)
Frances Stewart
yr30_with4@hotmail.com

After I posted that and read it on the site, I knew it was going to sound stupid because it sounded stupid to me so I will try again. Please bear with me, I am new to genealogy and have only done mine so here goes

Starting with Daniel Driskill b. 1730 d. Feb. 9, 1813
m. Ann Womack b. 1745 d. 1785
They had a son named Adam Driskill

Adam Driskill b. 1769
m. Sarah Bailey b. 1776
They had a daughter son named Daniel Driskill

Daniel Driskill b. 1800 d. 1886
m. Elizabeth Webb b. 1837
They had a daughter named Lillian Belle Driskill

Lillian Belle Driskill b. 1871
m. George Edward League b. 1864 d. 1944
They had a son named William Edward League

William Edward League b. 1891 d. 1971
m. Eliza Frances Ash b. 1902 d. 1930
They had a son named Leslie Liton League

Leslie Liton League b. 1921 d. 1975
m. Amelia Dale Eckard b. 1924
They had eight children and I am the third youngest

I hope this clarifies somewhat. I should find out how you type this in the correct order but I think I have it now. This is from Ann Womack down to me so it would be oldest to youngest.

Thank you
Frances


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 12:56:17 (PST)
Frances Stewart
yr30_with4@hotmail.com

Adam Driskill and Sarah Bailey had a son named Daniel Driskill
Well, at least I tried.

Frances


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 13:05:54 (PST)
Frances Stewart
yr30_with4@hotmail.com

Samsawadee

The death year for Daniel was a typo, as you can see on my other one that I sent. I don't know about Elizabeth Belle, but I do have my grandfather's social security application and where it says name of mother and faather, it is listed as Lille Belle Driskill, and his father as George E. League. On George E. League's death certificate, it lists his last wife, but when I talked to George E. League's daughter, she is 80 years old now and she gave me all the information on her half brothers and sister and about the second family. Hope this clears up some confusion.

Frances


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 13:12:50 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

ATTN: Frances Stewart does this seem to fit your line

1. Daniel DRISKILL was born 1799/1800 in VA, and died 31 MAY 1886 in Campbell Co., VA. He was the son of 2. Adam DRISKILL and 3. Sarah BAILEY. He married Sarah (Sallie) HOLT 21 DEC 1818 in Campbell Co., VA, daughter of James HOLT and Ellender. She was born 9 JUN 1800 in Campbell Co., VA, and died 14 JUN 1869 in Campbell Co., VA. He married Elizabeth (Betty) WEBB 26 APR 1864 in Campbell Co., VA.






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2. Adam DRISKILL was born Abt 1771 in Sugar Hill, Campbell Co., VA, and died 1835/1836 in Campbell Co., VA. He was the son of 4. Daniel DRISKILL and 5. Anne WOMACK.


3. Sarah BAILEY was born Abt 1776 in VA, and died Bef JUL 1823. She was the daughter of 6. William BAILEY and 7. Mariah.

Children of Sarah BAILEY and Adam DRISKILL are: i. Polly B. DRISKILL was born Abt 1795 in VA. She married Edward HOLT 6 NOV 1813 in Campbell Co., VA.
ii. William B. DRISKILL was born 23 FEB 1798 in Campbell Co., VA, and died 1854. He married Sarah MASON 6 MAR 1820 in Charlotte Co., VA.
1. iii. Daniel DRISKILL was born 1799/1800 in VA, and died 31 MAY 1886 in Campbell Co., VA. He married Sarah (Sallie) HOLT 21 DEC 1818 in Campbell Co., VA, daughter of James HOLT and Ellender. She was born 9 JUN 1800 in Campbell Co., VA, and died 14 JUN 1869 in Campbell Co., VA. He married Elizabeth (Betty) WEBB 26 APR 1864 in Campbell Co., VA.
iv. Obadiah DRISKILL was born Abt 1802 in Campbell Co., VA. He married Martha Ann MASON 25 NOV 1825 in Charlotte Co., VA. He married Harriet I. STEVENS 20 NOV 1862 in Charlotte Co., VA.
v. Adam DRISKILL was born Abt 1805 in VA. He married Nancy WALKER 15 DEC 1823 in Campbell Co., VA. She was born 1790/1800 in VA.
vi. Agnes DRISKILL was born Abt 1807 in VA. She married John NEWNS 18 NOV 1823. She married Samuel SMITH 29 SEP 1825 in Campbell Co., VA.
vii. Mildred Ann "Milly" DRISKILL was born Abt 1810 in Campbell Co., VA, and died 1886. She married Wiley STEPHENSON 13 FEB 1832 in Campbell Co., VA.
viii. Alexander Lafayette. (A.L.) DRISKILL was born 6 FEB 1818 in Campbell Co., VA, and died in Lonoke Co., AR. He married Nancy WALKER 8 NOV 1843. She was born 1790/1800 in VA.

 

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4. Daniel DRISKILL was born 1730 in Dublin, Cork, IRELAND, and died 9 FEB 1813 in Campbell Co., VA. He was buried in unknown.


5. Anne WOMACK was born Abt 1746 in Henrico Co., VA, and died Abt 1784/1788 in Campbell Co., VA. She was the daughter of 10. Alexander WOMACK and 11. Martha.

Children of Anne WOMACK and Daniel DRISKILL are: i. Daniel DRISKILL was born Bef 1766 in Campbell Co., VA. He married Ann Bef 1808.
ii. Mahal DRISKILL was born Abt 1767 in VA, and died Aft 1860 in Wise Co., VA.
iii. David DRISKILL was born Abt 1781 in Bedford Co., VA, and died Abt 1856 in Cocke Co., TN. He married Elizabeth Emily HOLT 28 AUG 1804 in Campbell Co., VA, daughter of Robert HOLT and Sarah LIGON. She was born Abt 1783 in Campbell Co., VA, and died 1880.
2. iv. Adam DRISKILL was born Abt 1771 in Sugar Hill, Campbell Co., VA, and died 1835/1836 in Campbell Co., VA. He married Sarah BAILEY 14 JUL 1794 in Campbell Co., VA, daughter of William BAILEY and Mariah. She was born Abt 1776 in VA, and died Bef JUL 1823.
v. Richard DRISKILL was born 1770/1774 in VA, and died Bef 3 MAR 1819 in Cocke Co., TN. He married Elizabeth GRAHAM 24 MAY 1794 in Campbell Co., VA, daughter of William GRAHAM. She died 1794/1801. He married Polly Hubbard YOUNG 3 OCT 1801 in Campbell Co., VA, daughter of William YOUNG. She was born Abt 1770, and died 1822 in Cocke Co., TN.
vi. William W. DRISKILL was born Abt 1770 in Campbell Co., VA, and died 14 DEC 1855 in Campbell Co., VA. He married Millie WHAYNE 23 NOV 1796 in Campbell Co., VA. She was born Abt 1768 in Charlotte Co., VA.
vii. Anna Marie "Anney" DRISKILL was born 1773 in VA, and died 3 AUG 1843 in Union Co., AR. She married Robert MOORE 4 FEB 1793 in Campbell Co., VA.
viii. Sarah DRISKILL was born 1774 in VA, and died 8 JAN 1847 in Jefferson Co., TN. She married Bartlett H. REAMS 25 APR 1797 in Dandridge, Jefferson Co., TN, son of Frederick REAMS and Sarah WOMACK. He was born 1773 in Amelia Co., VA, and died 10 MAR 1815 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LA. She married James Henry MCCLISTER 10 NOV 1816 in Jefferson Co., TN. He was born 1756 in PA, and died 1837.
ix. Joshua DRISKILL was born 1780/1782 in Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., VA, and died 1838 in Cocke Co., TN. He married Sarah (Sally) Jane SMITH Abt 1803. He married Nancy Aft 1815.
x. Jeremiah DRISKILL was born in Albemarle Co., VA.
xi. Allen DRISKILL was born in Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., VA.
xii. Elizabeth DRISKILL was born in Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., VA.
xiii. Peter DRISKILL was born in Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., VA.
xiv. Thomas DRISKILL was born in Charlottesville, Albemarle Co., VA.
xv. Polly DRISKILL. She married Thomas BRIZENDINE 17 SEP 1807 in Campbell Co., VA.
xvi. Obadiah DRISKILL was born 19 MAR 1783 in Campbell Co., VA, and died 30 AUG 1843 in Union Co., AR. He married Nancy YOUNG 1803 in VA, daughter of John YOUNG and Elizabeth ANDREWS. She was born 24 MAR 1781 in VA, and died 28 DEC 1837 in Union Co., AR. He married Susan BATEMAN 19 MAY 1839 in Union Co., AR.




6. William BAILEY.


7. Mariah.

Child of Mariah and William BAILEY is:3. i. Sarah BAILEY was born Abt 1776 in VA, and died Bef JUL 1823. She married Adam DRISKILL 14 JUL 1794 in Campbell Co., VA, son of Daniel DRISKILL and Anne WOMACK. He was born Abt 1771 in Sugar Hill, Campbell Co., VA, and died 1835/1836 in Campbell Co., VA.

 
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10. Alexander WOMACK was born Abt 1712 in Henrico Co., VA, and died Abt 1784 in Campbell Co., VA. He was the son of 20. Richard WOMACK and 21. Elizabeth Ann PUCKETT.


11. Martha was born Abt 1720 in Henrico Co., VA, and died 1784/1799.

Children of Martha and Alexander WOMACK are:5. i. Anne WOMACK was born Abt 1746 in Henrico Co., VA, and died Abt 1784/1788 in Campbell Co., VA. She married Josiah ALDAY 14 JAN 1760 in Lunenburg Co., VA. She married Daniel DRISKILL Abt 1765. He was born 1730 in Dublin, Cork, IRELAND, and died 9 FEB 1813 in Campbell Co., VA.
ii. Elizabeth WOMACK was born Abt 1748. She married William MASON 18 DEC 1806 in Campbell Co., VA.
iii. Jean (Jane) WOMACK was born Abt 1750 in VA. She married TOMISON.
iv. Martha WOMACK was born Abt 1752. She married RUTLIDGE.
v. Judith "Juda" WOMACK was born 1754 in VA. She married RICHARDS.
vi. Richard WOMACK was born Abt 1757 in VA, and died 4 SEP 1819 in Wilson Co., TN. He married Rachel Abt 1777.
vii. Alexander WOMACK was born Abt 1759 in Prince Edward Co, VA, and died Bef 1846. He married Milly BUCKNER 1797 in Luenburg Co., SC. He married Sarah MCDEARMON 25 DEC 1798 in Prince George Co., VA.
viii. David WOMACK was born Abt 1761. He married Elizabeth.
ix. Matthew WOMACK died 1782.

 
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20. Richard WOMACK was born 1676 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co., VA, and died Bef APR 1723 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co., VA. He was the son of 40. Richard WOMACK and 41. Mary Elizabeth Ruth PUCKETT.


21. Elizabeth Ann PUCKETT was born Abt 1676. She was the daughter of 42. William PUCKETT and 43. Anne WOMACK.

Children of Elizabeth Ann PUCKETT and Richard WOMACK are:10. i. Alexander WOMACK was born Abt 1712 in Henrico Co., VA, and died Abt 1784 in Campbell Co., VA. He married Martha Bef 1742 in Campbell Co., VA. She was born Abt 1720 in Henrico Co., VA, and died 1784/1799.
ii. Richard WOMACK was born 7 DEC 1710 in Henrico Co., VA, and died 25 JUL 1785 in Hancock Co., GA. He married Nancy Ann CHILDERS 1730, daughter of Henry CHILDERS and Lucretia JONES. She was born 1714 in Henrico Co., VA, and died 12 JUL 1785 in GA. He married Lucretia JONES.

 

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40. Richard WOMACK was born Abt 1655 in Henrico Co., VA, and died Bef 25 APR 1684 in Henrico Co., VA. He was the son of 80. William WOMACK and 81. Mary Jane ALLEN.


41. Mary Elizabeth Ruth PUCKETT was born Abt 1657 in Dorchester, Oxford, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND, and died Aft 1 FEB 1692 in Henrico Co., VA. She was the daughter of 82. John PUCKETT and 83. Anne JEFFRIES.

Children of Mary Elizabeth Ruth PUCKETT and Richard WOMACK are: i. Jane WOMACK died 1718. She married LIVING. She married LIVING.
20. ii. Richard WOMACK was born 1676 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co., VA, and died Bef APR 1723 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co., VA. He married Elizabeth Ann PUCKETT, daughter of William PUCKETT and Anne WOMACK. She was born Abt 1676.
iii. William WOMACK was born 1679 in Henrico Co., VA, and died 1718. He married Susanna TRENT.
iv. Elizabeth WOMACK was born 1680 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co., VA. She married Timothy HARRIS 15 JAN 1697 in Richmond Co., VA, son of William HARRIS.




42. William PUCKETT was born 1657 in Dorchester, Oxford, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND, and died 1723 in Henrico Co., VA. He was the son of 84. John PUCKETT and 85. Anne JEFFRIES.


43. Anne WOMACK was born 1657 in Henrico Co., VA, and died 1697 in Prince George Co., VA. She was the daughter of 86. William WOMACK and 87. Mary Jane ALLEN.

Children of Anne WOMACK and William PUCKETT are:21. i. Elizabeth Ann PUCKETT was born Abt 1676. She married Richard WOMACK, son of Richard WOMACK and Mary Elizabeth Ruth PUCKETT. He was born 1676 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co., VA, and died Bef APR 1723 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co., VA.
ii. John PUCKETT was born 1683 in Henrico Co, Bristol Parish, VA.
iii. Richard PUCKETT was born 1684, and died 1719/1721. He married Martha PUCKETT.
iv. William PUCKETT was born 1680 in Henrico Co., VA, and died 1739 in Henrico Co., VA. He married Mary. He married Mabel WALTHALL Abt 1710. She was born Abt 1690 in Henrico Co, Bristol Parish, VA.
v. Abraham PUCKETT.
vi. Mary PUCKETT was born Abt 1695 in Henrico Co, Bristol Parish, VA.
vii. Womack PUCKETT was born 1697 in Henrico Co, Bristol Parish, VA, and died 1725. He married Mabel WALTHALL 1720. She was born Abt 1690 in Henrico Co, Bristol Parish, VA.


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 15:54:56 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@ msn.com

Alexander WOMACK was born Abt 1759 in Prince Edward Co, VA, and died Bef 1846. He married (Milly BUCKNER 1797) in Luenburg Co., SC. He married Sarah MCDEARMON 25 DEC 1798 in Prince George Co., VA.

Here is another obvious mistake. I am quite sure that Alex Jr married Milly way before 1797 -that was her approximate year of death - sometime after the birth of James Alexander III ..

Also I note that some lines do not have Edmund Womack as a son of Alex Jr and Milly - He, from what I got from Ray Bryan, was the eldest of theirs being born about a year (1764) before Jacob was born ca 1765.


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 17:36:20 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

The Virginia Historical Register
Vol. 1-11-64...Capt. Byrds Letters
   James City in Virginia
April the 25th, 1684

To Thomas Grendon per Zack Taylor
Dear Sir,
This I hope will come to your hands to congratulate your safe
arrival in England, having little news to send, all being well
at your house. The General Assembly is now sitting, and your
neighbour Hill Speaker. I hope all things will go on smoothly.
Old Sturdivant, his son, Millner Shipy, Womacke, and Hugh Cassell
were all killed by the Indians in their returne from the Westward,
about 30 miles beyond Ochanechee. What prejudice it is to mee you
may guesse, they having (had they come will in) made a very advan-
tagous journey. On Easter monday I spoke with 50 Seneca Indians
about 12 miles abouve my house; they have promised to behave them-
selves hereafter very peaceable towards the English. I shall not
trouble you further at present, but with my best respects and
service to yourselfe and all our friends, wishing all health and
prosperity, I am, Sir,
   Your reall friend and Servant
W.B.

Jack Warren and Will Randolph our worthy Burgesses, frequently
drinke your health.
Pray be mindfull of my shoes and Boots & C.
NOTE:

 The Valentine Museum indicates that the Susquehanna
Indians conducted the raid which killed the above
personnel.  

________________________________________________________
RICHARD WOMACK ---- LAND RECORD
Land Patent Bk 6 Page 447; 1672/73 Henrico Co. Va. - "to all st:
whereas st: Now know yee that I ye sd Sir Will Berkeley Kot. st:
give and graunt unto Richard Womack foure hundred and fivety acres
three Rood eight Po: of land on ye north side of Appomatock River
Henrico Court extending as followeth: beginning at a small branch of ye ashen swamp and running along ye swampe So: by Ea: 200 Po: over a
small branch to a Pokicory No: Ea: over the same branch to ye head of
it 102 Pl So: So: Ea: 22 Po: to John Puckett his line No: Ea: by Ea:
54 P: No: Ea: by No: 130 Po: to ye head of ye spring run No: Ea: by
Ea: 56 Po: No: by We: 34 Po: No: We: 60 Po: to Mr Baugh his line neigh
ye round kash (___?___) No: No: We: 15 Po: to Major Harris his
corner We: by So: 380 Po: to he place aforementioned the Sd. Land being due
due unto ye Sd Richard Womack by and for Transportation of nine persons into this collony who names are: Sarah Johnson, John Adams, Mary Cooke, Jane
Hayes, Jane Barrett, Tho: Browne, Jean Grigory, Jane Treble, An: percer.
Dated the 15th of March 1672/73


Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 17:41:17 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

Arkansas Land Records -- Interactive Search


Last name First name Init County Sec Twp Rng Acres ---Date--- Warrant Name and/or Remarks WOMACK ABNER L Jefferson 30 5S 10W 0 1860/07/02 WOMACK ABNER L Jefferson 31 5S 10W 101.27 1860/07/02 WOMACK CHARLES Ashley 1 17S 9W 118.75 1859/07/01 WOMACK CHARLES Ashley 36 16S 9W 0 1859/07/01 WOMACK CHARLES Ashley 36 16S 9W 0 1859/07/01 WOMACK CHARLES Ashley 36 16S 9W 80 1859/07/01 WOMACK CHARLES Ashley 36 16S 9W 240 1859/07/01 WOMACK CHARLES Ashley 6 17S 8W 89.26 1859/07/01 WOMACK CROCKET Boone 12 18N 21W 77.89 1885/05/04 WOMACK CROCKET Boone 7 18N 20W 0 1885/05/04 WOMACK DANIEL Ashley 32 16S 8W 80 1895/08/30 WOMACK DAVID A Pike 23 7S 25W 0 1890/04/24 WOMACK DAVID A Pike 23 7S 25W 160 1890/04/24 WOMACK DAVID D Howard 33 8S 27W 40 1855/03/01 WOMACK DAVID D Howard 34 8S 27W 40 1860/04/02 WOMACK DAVID L Hempstead 9 9S 25W 40 1861/05/10 WOMACK HENRY I Grant 10 5S 12W 0 1860/03/01 WOMACK HENRY I Grant 10 5S 12W 160 1860/03/01 WOMACK HENRY I Grant 3 5S 12W 0 1860/03/01 WOMACK HENRY I Grant 3 5S 12W 0 1860/03/01 WOMACK JOHN Chicot 14 16S 1W 0 1833/10/15 WOMACK JOHN Chicot 15 16S 1W 0 1833/10/15 WOMACK JOHN Chicot 15 16S 1W 258.08 1833/10/15 WOMACK JOHN Madison 3 15N 28W 80 1860/02/01 WOMACK JOHN A Madison 19 18N 25W 0 1895/05/28 WOMACK JOHN A Madison 20 18N 25W 0 1895/05/28 WOMACK JOHN A Madison 29 18N 25W 160 1895/05/28 WOMACK JOHN B Sevier 25 8S 32W 118.1 1861/02/01 GRADUATION WOMACK JOHN B Sevier 30 8S 31W 0 1861/02/01 GRADUATION WOMACK JOHN B Sevier 31 8S 31W 0 1861/02/01 GRADUATION WOMACK JOHN B Sevier 31 8S 31W 38.9 1860/07/02 WOMACK JOHN B Sevier 36 8S 32W 0 1860/07/02 WOMACK JOHN B Sevier 36 8S 32W 0 1860/07/02 WOMACK JOHN B Sevier 36 8S 32W 160 1860/07/02 WOMACK JOHN B Sevier 36 8S 32W 40 1860/07/02 WOMACK JOHN E Independence 6 13N 5W 82.51 1859/07/01 WOMACK JOHN E Independence 8 13N 5W 0 1859/07/01 WOMACK JOHN P Drew 35 11S 5W 0 1858/01/15 AJAX TYER ASSIGNEES OF E-LO-MA-CHUBEE WOMACK JOHN P Drew 35 11S 5W 0 1858/01/15 AJAX TYER ASSIGNEES OF E-LO-MA-CHUBEE WOMACK JOHN P Poinsett 23 10N 3E 160 1858/01/15 AJAX TYER ASSIGNEES OF E-LO-MA-CHUBEE WOMACK JOHNSON Chicot 29 15S 1W 0 1834/03/27 WOMACK JOHNSON Chicot 29 15S 1W 0 1834/03/27 WOMACK JOHNSON Chicot 30 15S 1W 0 1834/03/27 WOMACK JOHNSON Chicot 32 15S 1W 318.42 1834/03/27 WOMACK JOSIAH C Logan 14 7N 25W 40 1860/03/01 WOMACK LARKIN Sebastian 1 8N 32W 0 1830/11/15 WOMACK LARKIN Sebastian 35 9N 32W 320 1830/11/15 WOMACK MARTHA E Montgomery 20 3S 25W 40 1905/02/13 WIDOW OF ISHAM P WOMACK WOMACK MICHAEL Howard 2 9S 27W 39.94 1860/04/02 WOMACK MICHIAL Howard 2 9S 27W 40.54 1857/07/01 WOMACK PLEASANT Desha 15 9S 1W 160 1850/01/14 LANDS LOCATED S OF ARKANSAS RIVER WOMACK RUTH Scott 20 3N 28W 160 1895/05/11 WOMACK SHERROD M Dallas 3 10S 14W 0 1860/07/02 WOMACK SHERROD M Dallas 4 10S 14W 320 1860/07/02 WOMACK STEPHEN Hempstead 30 9S 25W 0 1860/04/02 WOMACK STEPHEN Hempstead 30 9S 25W 120 1860/04/02 WOMACK WILLIAM H Independence 34 13N 8W 0 1897/02/08 WOMACK WILLIAM H Independence 34 13N 8W 0 1897/02/08 WOMACK WILLIAM H Independence 34 13N 8W 160 1897/02/08

Last name First name Init County Sec Twp Rng Acres ---Date--- Warrant Name and/or Remarks WOMMACK ABNER L Jefferson 31 5S 10W 40 1860/07/02 ANOTHER MIDDLE NAME J. WOMMACK JACOB Madison 10 15N 28W 80 1857/08/01 WOMMACK JACOB Madison 11 15N 28W 0 1857/08/01 WOMMACK THOMAS M Pike 17 8S 26W 80 1885/05/20 WOMMACK THOMAS M Pike 18 8S 26W 0 1885/05/20 WOMMACK WILLIAM Jefferson 21 6S 7W 320 1838/10/16 WOMMACK WILLIAM Jefferson 27 6S 7W 0 1838/10/16

Last name First name Init County Sec Twp Rng Acres ---Date--- Warrant Name and/or Remarks WAMMACK ELIJAH B Benton 7 19N 31W 40 1860/02/01 WAMMACK JAMES W Benton 27 20N 31W 40 1884/09/30 WAMMACK MILAM J Van Buren 20 13N 14W 0 1902/03/25 WAMMACK MILAM J Van Buren 20 13N 14W 0 1902/03/25 WAMMACK MILAM J Van Buren 20 13N 14W 160 1902/03/25 WAMMACK RICHARD Benton 33 20N 31W 40 1857/08/01 WAMMACK WILLIAM Benton 13 20N 32W 80 1884/10/20 WAMMACK WILLIAM Benton 24 20N 32W 0 1884/10/20

Last name First name Init County Sec Twp Rng Acres ---Date--- Warrant Name and/or Remarks
WAMACK ISAAC Conway 14 5N 17W 40 1843/03/03
WAMACK ISAAC Perry 25 5N 17W 80 1842/09/05
WAMACK JOHN C Independence 8 13N 5W 40 1856/03/01


Sunday, January 30, 2005 at 05:26:25 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@ msn.com

Derrell
To save you some time on AR records, go to my website, click in on Samsville - I have about all the Arkansas records there are there. Any missing I will eventualy find or someone else will. If they do I sure would like them to post to that site. Thanks to Ann MacDonald, the AR land records have been there for over 2 years.

I will say you are an enthusiastic go-getter - dont loose that - we need that kind of attitude here!!


Sunday, January 30, 2005 at 08:55:53 (PST)
DERRELL
dsrobinson2@cox.net

Thx Sam


Sunday, January 30, 2005 at 09:10:24 (PST)
Doretta
Dreec@EKNS.net

Hi ---I want to add a little to the Driskill posts. Daniel Driskill married Sarah Holt. Now Sarah seems to be the sister of Coleman Holt whose 2nd wife was Mary Foster. Now this Mary Foster seems to be a grandaughter of William Foster and Elizabeth Whitlock. As I said in a post earlier, Elizabeth Whitlock seems to be a sister of Mary Whitlock who married George Wills and John Cole. This William Foster was a brother of Josiah Foster who married Elizabeth Johnson. Elizabeth Johnson was a sister of Sarah Johnson who married Jacob(Peter) Womack. ----- Also in another earlier post, I mentioned William Nash/Naish. This William Nash/Naish's wife, Elizabeth Bentley, was the grandaughter of Mary Weldon. Now this Mary Weldon was the sister of Samuel Weldon who married Elizabeth Allen. Elizabeth was a sister of James Allen who married Ann Anderson. James and Ann were the grandparents of Mary "Molly" Allen who married William Womack. James and Ann were also the grandparents of Benjamin Sims Allen who married Kesiah Chambers. Now Benjamin and Kesiah were the parents of Sarah C Allen who married James Watson Womack. ---I don't know for sure, but I hope these posts help in finding clues so that Womack proof recods can be found. --- Doretta


Sunday, January 30, 2005 at 13:32:31 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@ msn.com

My 1/2 cents worth on Driskill/Driscoll

Lees Chapel Cemetery, Independence Co AR

Sallie Driskill December 16, 1817/September 18, 1902
John Driskill February 10, 1819/January 6, 1875
David Driskill February 3, 1818/May 23, 1876
Robert H. Driskill September 3, 1876/October 3, 1876 son of W.D. & O.B. Driskill
Sarah L. Driskill February 20, 1879/November 14, 1881 daughter of W.D. & O.B.
Lee Olive Driskill November 9, 1887/April 15, 1888 son of W.D. & O.B. Driskill
William D. Driskill May 12, 1851/September 13, 1889 husband of Octave B. Driskill
Octave Driskill February 25, 1856/August 3, 1918
Webster Driskill 1911/1911
David Driskill 1913/1914
Ada Driskill 1890/1921
Noah W. Driskill 1889/1965
Ruth Driskill 1918/1964
Son of Mr. &
Mrs. W.D. Driskill May 28, 1928/May 28, 1928
Elizabeth Jane Driskill February 16, 1889/June 8, 199
Roy Neal Driskill October 26, 1884/January 6, 1958
Fred D. Driskill March 17, 1886/June 8, 1938 husband of Eva Driskill
Eva F. Driskill November 14, 1891/December 29, 1965
Davey D. Driskill November 11, 1852/June 11, 1924
Betty Driskill November 9, 1859/October 25, 1911 wife of D. Driskill
R.D. Driskill February 8, 1885/August 8, 1900
Elizabeth Driskill December 1881 daughter of D. & B. Driskill
James Otho Driskill December 24, 1877/February 1881 son of D. & B. Driskill


Sunday, January 30, 2005 at 13:47:19 (PST)
Sam
samsawadee@ msn.com

In reference to this statement:

"William Foster and Elizabeth Whitlock. As I said in a post earlier, Elizabeth Whitlock seems to be a sister of Mary Whitlock
who married George Wills and John Cole."

No seems to be about it she was named in her father's will of October 21, 1769 along with Mary and three of Mary's children.
This will enables me to place Mary Wills Womack's birth after that date as she was not named in the will. Mary did not marry John Cole until Aug 1772, John
indicentally was a witness to her fathers will..


Monday, January 31, 2005 at 06:44:53 (PST)
Sandi Phillips
sphillips@tucsonairport.org

Wendy

Just wanted to thank you so much for the documents you sent to me in reference to my line of Womacks (i.e. George Meirs Womack) - they are wonderful and hopefully will have some pictures for you soon as well...Your cousin Sandi

Also, while I'm here - want to thank Sam for leading me to this site, and for all the wonderful information from everyone that participates here - I am overwhelmed on how much information has been gathered by you all....

Sandi (Womack) Phillips


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