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3401 Find A Grave Memorial #95701366

C. N. Womack

Birth: unknown Death: Aug. 19, 2012
McMinnville resident and Warren County native C.N. Womack, age 92, was born January 9, 1920 and died August 21, 2012 at River Park Hospital following an extended illness.

Mr. Womack was a retired educator with Warren County School System and F.C. Boyd, Sr. Christian School, United States Navy veteran of WWII and member of the Westwood Church of Christ where he served as a longtime elder. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Rotary International. He was president at Boyd Christian School for eighteen years, former superintendent of McMinnville City School System, former minister at Berea Church of Christ, former McMinnville City Alderman, past-president of Cheer Mental Health, past-chairman of the March of Dimes and numerous other organizations.

He was the son of the late Orion Monroe and Ollie Ray Glenn Womack, Sr. He was married March 7, 1944 to Alda Edweena Haley Womack who preceded him in death November 19, 2006. In addition to his wife and parents, he was preceded in death by one son, «u»David Lee Womack «/u».


He is survived by one daughter and son-in-law, Debbie and Edward Jones of Spring Hill, TN; two granddaughters, Shellie Hurt of Columbia, TN and Kelley Bennett of Santa Fe, TN; great-granddaughter, Taylor Hurt of Columbia, TN; brother, O.M. Womack, Jr. of McMinnville and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, August 24, 2012 at Westwood Church of Christ with Bobby Newby and Justin King officiating.

Burial will follow in the Mt. View Cemetery with full military honors administered by the VFW Post 5064 and American Legion Post 173. Visitation will be held from 1:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Thursday and 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Friday at High's.

Memorial contributions may be made to Westwood Church of Christ or Cheer Mental Health. 
Chester Nelson Womack
 
3402 «b»U.S. Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection
«i»Name:«/b»Clarence Womack«tab»«tab»
«b»Gender:«/b»Male«tab»«tab»
«b»Age at Death:«/b»89«tab»«tab»
«b»«/i»Date of Birth:«/b»31 Dec 1920«tab»«tab»
«b»Birth Place:«/b»Tecumseh, Oklahoma, USA«tab»«tab»
«b»Date of Death:«/b»15 Sep 2010«tab»«tab»
«b»Source Location:«/b»USA«tab»«tab»
«b»Spouse:«/b»Lessie Mae Pedigo Womack«tab»«tab»
«b»Parents:«/b»Grover Alton [Verdie Mae Kelly Womack] «tab»«tab»
«b»Brothers and Sisters:«/b»Jesse Alton Womack and Wilburn Womack; Mable Gibson«tab»«tab»
«b»Military:«/b»U.S. Navy veteran«tab»«tab»
«b»Full Obituary:«/b»Mr. Clarence Virgle Womack age 89 of McMinnville, TN, (Lucky Community) died Wednesday, September 15, 2010, at his residence. He was born on December 31, 1920, in Tecumseh, Oklahoma, was a retired carpenter and farmer, a World War II U.S. Navy veteran, and a member of Madison Street Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon. Mr. Womack was preceded in death by his parents Grover Alton and Verdie Mae Kelly Womack, his sister Mable Gibson, his brothers Jesse Alton Womack and Wilburn Womack, and son-in-law Jodie Crick. Survivors include his wife of 63 years Lessie Mae Pedigo Womack of McMinnville, TN, their children and spouses Jerry and Janice Womack, Patricia Crick, Delores and Raymond Moore all of McMinnville, TN, Sue and Paul Thomas of Morrison, TN, Peggy and Jimmy Adcock, and Treva McCormick all of McMinnville, TN, sisters and spouses Remonia and E. F. Smith, Dima and J. W. Craddock, and Elsie Fugate, and brothers and spouses Bill and Virginia Womack and Ralph and Linda Womack. 20 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, family members, and friends also survive. Funeral service is 1 P.M. Friday, September 17, 2010, at McMinnville Funeral Home Chapel. Bro. Carl Smith, Bro. Steve Brown and Bro. Tommy Womack will officiate. Interment will follow at Gardens of Memory. Military grave rites will be administered by American Legion Post 173 and V.F.W. Post 5064. The Womack Family will receive friends on Thursday from 4 P.M. until 9 P.M. and again on Friday from 10 A.M. until 1 P.M. at the parlors of McMinnville Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or to the Transverse Myelitis Association. Online condolences may be made at www.mcminnvillefuneralhome.com 24-Hour Obituary Information Line is 931-473-5700. McMinnville Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 931-473-6606.«tab»«tab»«i»
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«/i»Ancestry.com. «i»U.S. Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2011.
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Clarence V. Womack
 
3403 Find A Grave Memorial# 13826008
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=BE&GSpartial=1&GSbyrel=all&GSst=34&GScntry=4&GSsr=6321&GRid=13826008& 
Dot Womack
 
3404 MDATE: !Marriage bond posted for Richard Philbeck and Eliza Womack, 1833 Rutherford Co., NC. John Davis, bondsman. Eliza Womack
 
3405 age 54ys 6mos 3 days
Find A Grave Memorial# 27885649
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Cantrell&GSiman=1&GScid=2240332&GRid=27885649& 
Elizabeth Womack
 
3406 Find A Grave Memorial #99135429 Elmer Byron Womack
 
3407 Find A Grave Memorial #16380076

Photo of gravestone

Ethel Womack
1890 -- 1892 
F. Ethel Womack
 
3408 Find A Grave Memorial# 53495784
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=womack&GSiman=1&GScid=1974076&GRid=53495784&

Francis M. Womack
Regiment Name 6 Mo. Inf.
Side Union
Company I & D
Soldier's Rank_In Pvt.
Soldier's Rank_Out Pvt.
Alternate Name Francis M. Womick
Notes
Film Number M390 roll 53

Francis name also appears on the following Roll Calls:
6th Regiment Cavalry Volunteers Co. F
8th Regiment Infantry Volunteers Co. D

Sources:
«u»"Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Missouri State ArchivesSoldiers' Records: War of 1812 - World War I
«u»NPS Civil War Soldiers & Sailors «/u»
6th Regiment, Missouri Infantry

Organized at St. Louis, Mo., June 15-July 9, 1861. Attached to Pilot Knob, Mo., to September, 1861. Fremont's Army of the West to January, 1862. Dept. of Missouri to April, 1862. 1st Brigade, 5th Division, Army of the Tennessee, to July, 1862. 1st Brigade, 5th Division, District of Memphis, Tenn., to November, 1862. 1st Brigade, 5th Division, Right Wing 13th Army Corps (Old), Dept. of the Tennessee, to November, 1862. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, Right Wing 13th Army Corps, to December, 1862. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, Sherman's Yazoo Expedition, to January, 1863. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 15th Army Corps, Army of the Tennessee, to July, 1865. 
Francis Marion Womack
 
3409 Have not located Franklin after 1880 census. Franklin M. Womack
 
3410 MDATE: !Marriage bond posted for Gasaway Womack and Martha Parker, 1838 Rutherford Co., NC. Abraham Womack, bondsman.
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Was bondsman for sister, Anna, wedding 20 Feb 1837 
Gasaway Womack
 
3411 Find A Grave Memorial# 32623904
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=womack&GSiman=1&GScid=61211&GRid=32623904&

Inscription from photo of gravestone

George Washington
Womack
Pvt Co H 31 Regt MS
Civil War
1833 - 1862
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Name: G.W. Womack Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: Mississippi Regiment Name: 31 Miss. Inf. Regiment Name Expanded: 31st Regiment, Mississippi Infantry Company: H Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Film Number: M232 roll 45
National Park Service. «i»U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Original data: National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online , acquired 2007.
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31st Mississippi Infantry organized during winter of 1861-1862 and placed on garrison duty at Vicksburg, MS. George was probably killed during the bombardment of Vicksburg, MS May 18-Jul 27 1862
http://www.custermen.com/DixieBoys/Miss31Regt.htm 31st Mississippi Infantry Regiment 
George Washington Womack
 
3412 DEATH: Died in a sawmill accident. Greenberry H. Womack
 
3413 Find A Grave Memorial# 87976486

Triple grave stone Harold Power in center


Womack

Erna Brown 1893-1920
Harold Power 1893-1988
Mary Moffitt 1892-1984

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Womack&GSiman=1&GSsr=41&GScid=16038&GRid=87976486& 
Harold Power Womack
 
3414 GEN: Came from NC to Coffee Co., TN 1810 Isham Rice Womack
 
3415 Find A Grave Memorial# 35546150
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Womack&GSiman=1&GScid=18138&GRid=35546150& 
James Burgess Womack
 
3416 Find A Grave Memorial# 87977038
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Womack&GSiman=1&GSsr=41&GScid=16038&GRid=87977038& 
James Denton Womack
 
3417 Find A Grave Memorial #35957333 James Huron Womack
 
3418 BIOGRAPHY: !During the Civil War, was Captain of Co. E, 16th Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers. After the war he was a lawyer; publisher of the Nashville Evening News; a teacher in Cumberland Female College, McMinnville; and superintendent of Warren County Schools. [Womack Genealogy, Vol. IV, No. 2, December 1960]
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«i»The Civil War Diary of Capt. J. J. Womack: Co. E, Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers (Confederate)«/i». McMinnville, Tennessee: Womack Printing Company, 1961
Introduction "Capt. Jim" was of a Virginia family who came to Warren County from Rutherford County, North Carolina in 1810. His father was Abner Clemmons Womack and his grandfather the Warren County pioneer, Abner Womack. He married Miss Tennie Amonett of Celina, Tennessee. They left no descendants. 
Capt. James Jasper Womack
 
3419 Find A Grave Memorial# 27084656
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2262474&GRid=27084656
"James [Jesse] Womack - killed at Fishing Creek, 19 January 1862."
"Wm. Womack - killed at Fishing Creek, 19 January 1862 ["Sketch" shows Billie Womack as wounded]."
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The above excerpts from the Water Valley Rifles website lists Privates James and William Womack as both being killed at the Battle of Fishing Creek [aka Battle of Mill Springs or Battle of Logan's Cross Roads]. Both of their surnames are spelled "Wamack" on this memorial.
The 1860 Federal Census of the Center Beat, Yalobusha County, Mississippi lists the A.M. and Sallie Wommack family and their seven children. William, age 18 and James, age 16, are two of them. The spelling of their surname is open to discussion, but most likely these two brothers are the ones listed on this memorial and buried in «u»Zollicoffer Park Cemetery «/u».

Inscription:
KILLED IN BATTLE
«u»Mississippi Volunteers Memorial «/u»
Water Valley
Yalobusha County
Mississippi, USA
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Find A Grave Memorial# 29293155
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=29293155
This marker is not a grave marker but a monument to the four sons of Asa Martin and Sarah Patton Womack who died during the War of Northern Aggression (officially: The War Between The States) commonly called the Civil War.
Recorded on this monument are Riley Patton, Wm. Edward, Jessie Marion, and James K. P. Womack.
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Find A Grave Memorial# 16350643
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=womack&GScid=76689&GRid=16350643
Pvt
James P Womack
Co F
15 Miss Inf
CSA
Jan 19 1862 
James K. Polk Womack
 
3420 Find A Grave Memorial# 35345044
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=35345044
On September 18, 1856 in Itawamba County Mississippi, James McAlister Womack married Drucilla "Drew" Patton, the youngest daughter of Dorn and Sarah Spaulding Ryan Patton. Her father Dorn Patton gave a gift deed of land to her in 1857, naming her as wife of James M. Womack. James joined the 14th Mississippi Cavalry CSA and was killed at the Battle of Fort Donelson, Tennessee July 1861. After his death, their daughter Sophronia B. Womack was born February 13, 1862. His widow Drucilla then married Jack Tipton June 19, 1862 in Itawamba County; she then married the widowed Isom J. Warren May 21, 1867 in Itawamba County and had nine children by him. They moved the family to Wise County Texas about 1870. James M. Womack's daughter Sophronia Womack married Joseph M. McNeely in Wise County Texas 1881 and had a son Isam Claudy McNeely born August 19, 1886, died January 4, 1887. Sophronia Womack McNeely died during childbirth 1893 and she and her son are buried in Sycamore, Wise County Texas. After the death of Isom J. Warren, Drucilla married Thomas McNeely and they moved to Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma where their son Thomas Lee McNeely was born 1885. Drucilla "Drew C." Patton Womack Tipton Warren McNeely is buried in Dibble, McClain County Oklahoma. The story of this family illustrates the terrible disruption of lives the Civil War caused, and how families survived. 
James McAlister Womack
 
3421 Find A Grave Memorial #26112626

Jesse Womack
Born June 3, 1830
Died Sept 22, 1899
Lydia Womack
Born May 8, 1832
[no death date] 
Jesse Womack
 
3422 Find A Grave Memorial# 33453267
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=WOM&GSpartial=1&GSbyrel=all&GSst=3&GScntry=4&GSsr=201&GRid=33453267&

Inscription as seen in photo:
Jesse Womack
1803-1870 
Jesse Womack
 
3423 Find A Grave Memorial# 29294652
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=29294652

Monument erected in memory of 4 sons of Asa and Sarah who died in Civil War.

Jessie M Womack
Dec 27 1829
Died in prison
in Ill in 1864
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Jesse Marion Womack
 
3424 Civil War Service:
Enlisted: May 4, 1862
Discharged: May 4, 1865
Cpl; Co. H, 42nd MS Inf

John Alexander Womack (1834-1927), 42nd Regiment, Mississippi CSA, wounded in Battle of Gettysburg, taken prisoner, exchanged, and returned home 1865, erecting a monument in Shiloh Cemetery to the memory of his four brothers who lost their lives during the War Between the States. He was a farmer and member of Shiloh Privitive Baptist Church. 
John Alexander Womack
 
3425 «b»Mississippi, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1805-1890
Name:«/b»John B. Womack«tab»«tab»
«b»State:«/b»MS«tab»«tab»
«b»County:«/b»De Soto County«tab»«tab»
«b»Township:«/b»No Township Listed«tab»«tab»
«b»Year:«/b»1841«tab»«tab»
«b»Database:«/b»MS 1841 State Census Index«tab»«tab»
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«b»Mississippi, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1805-1890
Name:«/b»John B. Womack«tab»«tab»
«b»State:«/b»MS«tab»«tab»
«b»County:«/b»De Soto County«tab»«tab»
«b»Township:«/b»No Township Listed«tab»«tab»
«b»Year:«/b»1845«tab»«tab»
«b»Database:«/b»MS 1845 State Census Index
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See «i»Descendants«/i» pp 17 & 24«i»
«/i» 
John Burgess Womack
 
3426 DEATH: !Killed in battle at Franklin, TN.
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«b»U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
Name:«/b»John B. Womack«tab»«tab»
«b»Side:«/b»Confederate«tab»«tab»
«b»Regiment State/Origin:«/b»Tennesee«tab»«tab»
«b»Regiment Name:«/b»16 Tennessee Infantry.«tab»«tab»
«b»Regiment Name Expanded:«/b»16th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry«tab»«tab»
«b»Company:«/b»E«tab»«tab»
«b»Rank In:«/b»Private«tab»«tab»
«b»Rank In Expanded:«/b»Private«tab»«tab»
«b»Rank Out:«/b»Sergeant«tab»«tab»
«b»Rank Out Expanded:«/b»Sergeant«tab»«tab»
«b»Film Number:«/b»M231 roll 47«tab»«tab»
National Park Service. «i»U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
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«/i»Find A Grave Memorial #6467145

Sgt. John B. Womack
Company E 16th Tennessee Infantry Regiment CSA. Son of Abner Clemmons Womack and Aseneth Hand Womack. 
John Byars Womack
 
3427 J. P. Womack in Old River, Chicot, Arkansas on 1860 census is NOT this John Pinckney Womack.

John P. Womack, born 1825 in TN, is listed on 1850 census in Morehouse County, LA with wife Elizabeth born 1828 in MS. No children.

1860 John P. Womack, born 1825 in AL is listed in Old River, Chicot, AR across the state line from E. Womack, born 1832 in TN with three children living in Morehouse County, LA. This J P Womack is an Overseer with $13,000 in personal property. 1860 slave schedule lists 7 slaves for J P Womack.

John Pinckney Womack (J P Womack) born 1823 in AL is listed on 1850 census DeSoto Co., MS with wife E., born 1832 in TN. No children.

It appears as if the John P Womack in Morehouse Co., LA in 1850 and the J P Womack in Chicot Co., AR, across from Morehouse Co., LA are the same man. His wife E. or Elizabeth is in Morehouse Co. in both 1850 and 1860. 
John Pinckney Womack
 
3428 check 1930 census Los Angeles John R. Womack
 
3429 Find A Grave Memorial# 42890478
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=womack&GSiman=1&GScid=21843&GRid=42890478&

Son of Josiah and Comfort Womack
Grandson of William Rice and Lucinda Womack

Inscription:

John R.
Womack
Died
Mar. 1865 
John R. Womack
 
3430 Find A Grave Memorial# 103381734
«b»http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103381734

Civil War Veteran - Confederate«/b»

Alabama
2nd, Guarded Confederate Fort Morgan near Mobile 1861-62
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Name: John T. Womack Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: Alabama Regiment Name: 2 Reg't Alabama Infantry Regiment Name Expanded: 2nd Regiment, Alabama Infantry Company: K Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Alternate Name: John T./Wamack Film Number: M374 roll 49
National Park Service. «i»U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Original data: National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online , acquired 2007. 
John Tipton Womack
 
3431 Find A Grave Memorial# 87977135
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Womack&GSiman=1&GSsr=41&GScid=16038&GRid=87977135& 
John Walter Womack
 
3432 J. W. Womack Dies at his home here
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John Watson Womack died at his residence at 114 College Street at one o'clock Wednesday afternoon, November 27, after an illness of several months. Funeral services wii be at the home this afternoon, at three o'clock, conducted by Elder T. Q. Martin, and burial will be in the family plot at Mountain View.

Mr. Womack was a son of Harold B. and Elizabeth Potter Womack, pioneer residents of Warren County. He was born July 9, 1869, on the Womack homestead, near Cross Roads, in the fifteenth district. Mr. Womack received his education at Dibrell College, and about thirty-five years ago began building contracting in McMinnville.

He gained a wide reputation in his work, and continued in it until early this year, when his health made it impossible to continue. His son James D. Womack has continued in the firm.

Mr. Womack has been an actuve nenber if the Church if Chrust, and served three terms as Alderman, one term acting as chairman of the board. Mr. and Mrs. Womack were married January 26, 1893. Mrs. Womack was a daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. James Denton.

He is survived by his widow and Harold P. Womack, Tullahoma; Mrs. J. W. Downs, McMinnville; Chester Womack and Walter Womack, McMinnville; Charles Womack, Jackson; Robert Womack and Elizabeth Womack, of McMinnville; and Edgar Womack of Jackson. A son, Joe, preceded him in death in 1924.

Mr. Womack leaves a wide circle of intimate friends, who grieve at his passing......

unknow newpaper clipping; posted on Find A Grave Memorial# 87977106 
John Watson Womack
 
3433 Names in will of father, William R. Womack, as deceased Dec 1877 John William Womack
 
3434 «b»WOMACKS IN JACKSON COUNTY
«/b»FAMILY TRADITION IN THIS BRANCH OF WOMACKS SAYS THAT THEY WERE SCOTS,WHO LEFT SCOTLAND BECAUSE OF RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND SETTLED IN NORTH IRELAND BEFORE COMING TO AMERICA.
MOVED TO JACKSON COUNTY,ALABAMA AROUND 1820 AS LAND WAS AVALABLE AFTER THE RELOCATION OF THE NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE AREA.
JOSIAH AND COMFORT WOMACK BROUGHT THEIR FAMILY HERE AND SETTLED NORTH OF HOLLYWOOD,ALABAMA IN AN AREA KNOWN AS WOMACK HOLLOW NEAR CARNS AND FACKLER. WOMACKS STORE ON COUNTY ROAD 42 WAS AN IMPORTANT PART OF CARNS COMMUNITY.
JESSIE BURTON WOMACK HAD 5 LAND GRANTS BY 1840 AND WAS A FARMER MARRIED TO MIRIAM ALVIRIA WITH A LARGE FAMILY BEFORE HE DIED ABOUT 1860.FOUR OTHER BROTHERS WERE IN JACKSON COUNTY BY 1840.JOSIAH,ABNER CLEMENTS,JESSIE BURTON AND WILLIAM"BUCK" WOMACK.BESIDES THESE FOUR THERE WERE FIVE OTHER FAMILIES-DRURY AND WILLIAM(IN THERE 30'S),JOSIAH,JESSIE,AND JOSHUA(INTHERE 20'S).OF THESE JOSHUA IS A MYSTERY.HE WAS APPRENTLY MARRIED TO A YOUNG WOMAN IN HER TEENS,AND HAD A DAUGHTER UNDER 5,BUT WHAT BECAME OF THIS FAMILY IS A MYSTERY.IT IS INTERESTING TO NOTE THAT ABNER AND DRURY WERE TWO FAMILIES APART ON P.18 OF CENSUS AND THE REST OF FAMILIES WERE ON PAGES 31-35.
THE WOMACK FAMILY WERE VERY STRICT BAPTIST,PRIMATIVE BAPTIST. ABNER CLEMENTS WAS A FOUNDING MEMBER OF THE MUD CREEK PRIMATIVE BAPTIST CHURCH,JUST NORTH OF HOLLYWOOD,AL.ALL OF THE FAMILIES WERE ACTIVE IN THE CHURCH AND WERE KNOWN FOR BEING MUSICIANS AND SINGERS IN GOSPEL MEETINGS.THERE IS A CEMETERY AROUND THE CHURCH KNOWN AS OLD BAPTIST CEMETERY WERE MANY OF THE WOMACKS ARE BURIED,SOME WITH ROCKS AS MARKERS.THE CHURCH BURNED IN 2008 BUT THE CEMETERY IS STILL ACTIVE WITH OVER A 1000 GRAVES.THIS CHURCH WAS A CORNERSTONE OF THE COMMUNITY OF HOLLYWOOD.
«u»GSmith267 «/u» originally shared this 18 Dec 2012 Greenview family tree ancestry.com
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/39403292/person/19727977568

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Name: Josiah Womack Company: DAVIS' BATTALION, WEST TENNESSEE MILITIA. Rank - Induction: PRIVATE Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE Roll Box: 231 Microfilm Publication: M602
Direct Data Capture, comp. «i»U.S., War of 1812 Service Records, 1812-1815«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
Original data: National Archives and Records Administration. «i»Index to the Compiled Military Service Records for the Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812«/i». Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M602, 234 rolls.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_Tract_of_1812 Bounty Land Warrants

Josiah Warmack, Private 7 Infantry under command of Captain Joseph I Clinch, 7th Regiment United States Infantry Warrant #23673 160 acres 18 Feb 1820
Soldiers in 7th Regiment drawn from Georgia, Tennessee & Mississippi

Bounty land was located in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois. Most veterans did not claim their land; too far away. Many of the claims were sold to speculators.

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Census for Marion Co., TN 1820 records lost 
Josiah Womack
 
3435 Find A Grave Memorial# 5542702
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=5542702&ref=acom

The son of Miriam Unknown and Jesse Burton Womack, Josiah married 27 Dec 1866 Jackson Co., AL Margaret J. "Maggie" Walls, daughter of Caleb Walls and Margaret Balch, who married 1st Drury Vinson Womack, son of Comfort Unknown and Josiah Womack. Josiah Duncan Womack's father, Jesse Burton Womack was also the son of Comfort Unknown and Josiah Womack (1781-1845).

Josiah's widow, Margaret J. "Maggie" Walls filed for her Civil War widow's pension 26 May 1910 in Morris Co., TX on Josiah's service in Co. K, 34th TN Infantry, CSA. Josiah enlisted as a Pvt. and mustered out as a Sgt.

Children:
Jesse Milton Womack FAG #14630014 - Daingerfield Cemetery, Morris Co., TX

Mary Jane "Jennie" (nee Womack) Boon FAG #73096651 - Union Hill Cemetery, Cass Co., TX

Donie (nee Womack) Gibson - FAG #62180505 - Dennis Cemetery, Cass Co., TX

William Wylie Womack FAG #55118678 - Cornett Cemetery, Cass Co., TX 
Sgt. Josiah Duncan Womack
 
3436 Alabama State Census 1866, Jackson County, Alabama
J B Womack
Males under 10 2
Males 10-20 3
Males over 20 2
Females under 10 1
Females over 20 2

J T Womack
Males under 10 1
Males over 20 6
Females under 10 2
Females over 20 4

Dr. W C Womack
Males over 20 1
Females under 10 1
Females over 20 1
P 66; Tw 3, R 6E, Jackson Co., AL
Ancestry.com. «i»Alabama State Census, 1820-1866«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. 
Josiah T. Womack
 
3437 1900 United States Federal Census states Julia had borne 4 children only one was living. Julia Ann Womack
 
3438 Find A Grave Memorial# 35717003
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=MUL&GSpartial=1&GSbyrel=all&GSst=45&GScntry=4&GSsr=721&GRid=35717003& 
Laura Jane Womack
 
3439 Appears on 1850 census but not 1860. Assume she died before 1860. Lavinia Womack
 
3440 Find A Grave Memorial# 29448665
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=29448665

Civil War Service:
Pvt; Co. I, 33rd MS
Enlisted: Mar 7, 1862
Discharged: Apr 26, 1865 
Levi Berry Womack
 
3441 BIOGRAPHY: !Moved to Ozark Co., MO, about 1873.

OCCUPATION: !Was a blacksmith, and a good fiddler. 
Levi T. Womack
 
3442 DEATH: !Died as prisoner of war in Elmyra Prison.

llth - Bro. Lewis H. died in Elmyra Prison N. Y. just before the close of the war.. he died 28th April 1865. He entered the 44th Tenn. Reg. 1861 --- was captured at the battle of Gettesburg., Pennsylvania., carried to Elmyra Prison., died from a relaps of Small Pox and was buried at Elmira. He married Sarah Cargile. They had three children, Mary,, James & William, all living in Texas. Sarah died on Sunday the 6th day of Apr. 1862. Bro. Lewis was that day fighting in the battle of Shiloh. The children were small so the care of them devolved upon father & mother after having already raised fourteen children of their own. 
Lewis H. Womack
 
3443 Find A Grave Memorial# 70672627
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Lillian Womack
 
3444 1900 Federal Census Warren Co., TN states Eliza had borne 12 children, 9 living. Missing two children, probably both born and died between available census years. Louisa "Eliza" A. Womack
 
3445 MDATE: !1832 Marriage bond posted for George Davis and lucinda Wamack, Rutherford Co., NC Lucinda Womack
 
3446 Note: 1900 census gives birth date as June 1849; other census records indicate 1843, as does "Descendants". Gravestone has 1845 and text on Memorial site says June 1839.


Joplin News Herald, Joplin, Missouri
Friday, April 4, 1924

Mrs. M. E. Hilsabeck, Galena Pioneer, Dies

Galena, Kansas, April 4 \endash Mrs. Margaret E. Hilsabeck, pioneer resident of Galena, died in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leona Lyons, 1102 Elm Street at 2:00 o'clock this morning, following an illness of two years.She is survived by two daughters.Mrs. Gertrude Forbis, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Leona Lyons, of this city, with whom she has been making her home for a number of years; and a son, W. M. Hilsabeck, Joplin.Funeral services will be conduced from the residence at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, following by burial in Mount Hope Cemetery, near Joplin.

Joplin News Herald, Joplin, Missouri
Saturday, April 5, 1924

Mrs. Hilsabeck Buried

Galena, Kansas, April 5 \endash Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret E. Hilsabeck, who died yesterday morning, were conducted at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leona Lyons, 1102 Elm Street, by the Rev. Miles C. Cook, pastor of the Christian Church at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Burial was in Mount Hope Cemetery near Webb City. 
Margaret E. Womack
 
3447 BIOGRAPHY: !Never married. Martha Womack
 
3448 Find A Grave Memorial #36342604 Martha Womack
 
3449 http://rebgen.blogspot.com/2011/10/robert-bean-and-martha-womack.html

wednesday, october 12, 2011

Robert Bean and Martha Womack
Much new information has come to light on Robert Bean and his wife Martha Womack, and how they fit into the larger Bean and Womack families.

The claim that Robert Bean's wife was Martha Womack, and that she was the daughter of Jacob Womack of Watauga, was made by Lowry Franklin Owens (1864-1953). Note that historical evidence has verified that Martha was a Womack, but she was not the daughter of Jacob Womack.

Womack researcher Beth Walton found this:


Lucy Estelee Beene Rankin, a descendant of Robert Bean and Martha Womack wrote "The Bean Tree" Here is an exact excerpt from the book, written by Lowry Franklin Owens, great grandson of Robert Bean an Martha Womack:

".....Grandmother's father, Robert Bean fought in the War against the British, and I've often heard them tell that he was a "deadshot" with his rifle, and in one battle he killed the commanding officer, but I do not remember the name of the Battle, but he fought with a General Clarke from George as did others of his Watauga neighbors. I remember they talked a lot about the Battle of King's Mountain and as well as I can recollect this was near the North and South Carolina border.


Great grandfather Bean married Martha Womack (she was nicknamed "Patsey") soon after coming to the Watauga, and her father, Jacob Womack, was one of the early settlers there. After the close of the War, Robert and Martha Bean with their chldren began to move south through Tenessee and except for a brief say in Georgia, settled in Franklin County, Tennessee. He moved over to the adjoining County of Marion after it was formed and died there about 1824."


Also:


Verbatim: '.....On 7 Sep 1951 he wrote, " I, Lowry Franklin Owens am eighty seven years old, and was born the 21st day of April, 1864, in Old Tishomingo County (now Prentiss County), Mississippi; and as the last living grandson of Rhoda Bean and John Owens, I have been requested to write a short history of my family, which I will endeavor to do to the best of my knowledge........"

".......Grandfather John Owens was a very remarkable man as he lived to be 114 years, 6 months, 2 weeks of age and I remember him well as he died in 1877 when I was about thirteen years old. He would tell me he was nearly twice as old as his wife when they married. He was about thirty-five and Grandmother Rhoda was only eighteen, and yet he outlived Grandmother and married again, * cut his third set of teeth *, and his eyesight returned all after he was ninety years old. He is buried in the Old Forked Oak Cemetery about half a mile from the present Church and Cemetery on land now owned by Joe Moss in the 4th Distict of Prentiss County, Mississippi. Grandmother Rhoda Bean Owens died in Jackson County, Alabama before Grandfather moved here to Mississippi in 1848.

Grandfather John Owens fought as a young man in western North Carolina against the British and Tories as his father and family were Whigs. After the Revolutionary War was over several years, he married Rhoda Bean, and some of her people spelled the name Beene. Grandfather was born in North Carolina, but Grandmother Rhoda was born in what is now Tennessee, as her father Robert Bean had come as a young man with his parents from Virginia and settled on the Watauga."


Some tall tales to be sure. The exaggeration of the age of John Owens' age, for example, is addressed here.

The notion that Robert Bean and his wife Martha Womack were related to the Beans and Womacks of Watauga was wide-spread. Francis Marion Womack claimed the Watauga Womacks and Beans as kin in his 1905 letter; he was the nephew of the Levi Womack who married Martha Bean, daughter of Robert Bean and Martha Womack, and he mentions Bean's Creek several times.

Bean researchers found a Bible record of Robert Bean and Martha Womack's family. I transcribed it here, from records I ordered from National Archives. It is important to note that Martha's maiden name is not given in the bible record. From the bible, we learn that Robert Bean was born 3 May 1764, and his wife Martha was born 20 Mar 1758.

I was somewhat doubtful that Robert Bean's wife was even a Womack. Then I found this history of the Cothern family (this is a large PDF file). The Cothern surname is spelled many ways. Charles Cawthon married Elizabeth Womack in Virginia. Some time after Charles died, Elizabeth Womack Cawthon and her family moved to Franklin Co, GA, near where Robert Bean's family lived.

Elizabeth Womack Cawthon's uncle, William Womack, died in 1790 in Charlotte Co, VA. He was around 80 years old, and although he had married at least twice, he had no children. He had a fairly large estate of land and slaves. Some of that went to his widow, but the rest was split between his siblings. However, most of his siblings were dead by 1790, so it went to their children or grandchildren. There were several chancery cases in Charlotte Co, VA (which can be found on the Library of Virginia site) involving William Womack's estate. The Virginia Historical Society has the Asa Dupuy papers; Asa Dupuy was one of the many people who administered William Womack's estate, and his papers, along with the Charlotte Co, VA chancery cases, are a wealth of information on a large part of the Womack family. The William Womack estate is a vast topic, beyond the scope of this essay.

Frederick Stevilie was Elizabeth Womack Cawthon's lawyer, and he corresponded with Asa Dupuy in letters transcribed in the Cothern book PDF. In one letter dated 23 Apr 1814, he mentions Robert Bean and his wife:


... the Children of Abner Womack, and of John Spradlin all lived in the uppermost parts of Georgia, and are all seperated by removall to Different parts of the the Western Country, that the Cost would overrun the profit, to attempt to collect their parts [long blot] There are some of the Grand Children of John Spradlin living in Georgia, and James McBees wife Sally & Robert Beanswife were I believe the Children of Abner Womack. McBees wife Lives in Franklin or Jackson County Georgia & Bean is gone to the Western parts.

A couple words of explanation and caution:

«tab» Abner Womack was NOT the father of Martha Womack Bean and Sarah "Sally" Womack McBee. Frederick Stevilie was mistaken on this point. Abner Womack was the much younger half-brother of Elizabeth Womack Cawthon. Abner Womack fought in the Revolutionary War, and received a pension while living in Butler Co, KY; his pension application reveals he was born in 1764,after Martha Womack Bean was born in 1758, so no way was Abner her father. In fact, the Cothern book PDF also has a letter from the lawyer of Abner Womack of Butler Co, KY to Asa Dupuy concerning Abner's share of his uncle William Womack's estate. I will discuss the actual Womack father of Martha Womack Bean and Sarah "Sally" Womack McBee below.
«tab»The John Spradlin mentioned by Stevilie was John Spradling, husband of Mary Womack, sister to Elizabeth Womack Cawthon.
«tab»By the "Western Country", Stevilie just meant west of north-east Georgia, which included Middle Tennessee, where Robert Bean had moved.

The letter from Frederick Stevilie to Asa Dupuy was my proof that Martha, wife of Robert Bean, was really a Womack. Furthermore, the letter places Martha Womack Bean in the Womack family related to the William Womack who died in 1790 in Charlotte Co, VA. This is important, because it places Martha in an entirely different Womack DNA lineage than that of Jacob Womack of Watauga, who was claimed by Lowry Franklin Owens to be Martha's father.

The letter also revealed a previously unknown sister for Martha, Sarah Womack, wife of James McBee. In the Francis Marion Womack letter (mentioned above), he stated that "There were many of the Beans, McBees, Pains, and other families connected to father's family" in the Swedens Cove area of Marion County Tennessee; and he also state that his uncle, William "Buck" Womack married a McBee, whom we know from census records was Sarah McBee (she was quite likely a daughter or granddaughter of James McBee and Sarah Womack). James McBee was the brother of Joanna McBee, wife of Robert Walters of Franklin Co, GA, who had 4 Walters children who married 4 Cawthon children of Elizabeth Womack Cawthon.

This will likely be a two or three parter essay, and I will continue later.


posted by robert burke at 7:44 pm 
Martha Womack
 
3450 Find A Grave Memorial# 35198335
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Martha A. Womack
 

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