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|3451||«b»Arkansas, Confederate Pension Records, 1891-1935|
Name:«/b»Martha A. Ellis«tab»«tab»
«b»Spouse Name:«/b»Thomas Wrenn Ellis«tab»«tab»
«b»Residence Location:«/b»Conway, Arkansas«tab»«tab»
«b»Spouse Death Date:«/b»27 Nov 1870«tab»«tab»
«b»Comments:«/b»widow applied 1909
1900 census states Martha had borne 8 children, 1 still living. Missing names of 3 children.
|Martha Ann "Marta" Womack
|3452||Find A Grave Memorial# 29981384|
There is a mispring on the gravestone. Really! It reads:
Mistha B. Lovins
May 24, 1835
Feb. 25, 1903
|Martha Didama Womack
|3453||Notes: Martha Magdalena Womack|
CIVILWAR-FAMILY-HISTORY: In the loose notes of Fred Otto BESS given to Marjorie PACE 1994 by Barbara and Ernest BESS of Albuqurque NM ; «b»Note:«/b» After the death of Frederick BESS, Martha BESS married "Andrew" JACKSON and had Anna JACKSON (HUDSON).This is where JACKSON came home on a furlough from war. After which he returned to war and was never heard from nor seen. He fought around Iron Mountain and Valley Forge. (I remember our Grandmother Martha BESS JACKSON telling how the cannons boomed and roared in the distance and all the women and children would be crying and praying). (MY RESEARCH NOTES: Iron Mountain was no more than eleven miles away from Saline and is indeed where one of the bloody battles of the Civil War was fought.)
BURIAL-CEMETERY: 23 Nov 1997;Betty CATHCART, Box 328, Clyde, TX 79510; sending a photo of Martha Magdalena WOMACK BESS JACKSON HADDOCK gravestone, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Ste Genevieve Co MO; 1984 Index o f United Baptist Church Cemetery, Ste Genevieve Co MO by Madge CLIFTON and Becky BOYD; entry #200; NOTE:HADDOCK, Martha M 11 Oct 1836-2 Ju l 1907.
FATHER's-FINAL-ESTATE: Appoved and filed 14 Sep 1887, Ste Genevieve Co MO Courthouse; Drawer 47, Packet 1139; «b»Note:«/b» Martha HADDOCK received $1.00.
|Martha Magdalena Womack
|3454||Find A Grave Memorial# 29449016|
A. M. & Sallie Womack
& wife of
L. B. Womack
May 10, 1839
Dec. 20, 1893
|Mary Emiline Womack
|3455||Find A Grave Memorial #76167587||Mary Paralee Womack
|3456||MDATE: !Marriage bond posted 1828 Rutherford Co., NC||Nancy Womack
|3457||Names in will of father, William R. Womack, as deceased Dec 1877||Nancy Adeline Womack
|3458||Find A Grave Memorial #102793981||Nancy Almyra "Myra" Womack
|3459||Find A Grave Memorial# 34877090|
Oct 1836-Dec 1862
Jan 11 1836
June 14 1919
|Nancy Pinckney Womack
|3460||Find A Grave Memorial# 51769387|
Final Services For Mrs. Morgan Held Sunday
Funeral services for Mrs. Nannie Elizabeth Morgan, wife of Clarence Morgan, were held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Bluff Springs Church of Christ. John W. High officiated, and burial was in the Webb Cemetery.
Mrs. Morgan, 63, died at the family residence at 103 Warren Street Friday at 2:30 P.M. She had been in ill health for the past two years.
A daughter of the late Joe and Octa Webb Womack, Mrs. Morgan was born in Warren County on May 26, 1893. She was married to Mr. Morgan on September 16, 1909. The deceased was a member of the Church of Christ.
In addition to her husband Mrs. Morgan is survived by four sons, Jay Morgan, Tullahoma, and Tallman, Felix, and Luther Morgan, all of McMinnville, and a sister, Mrs. David Mullican, also of McMinnville.
High Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
«u»donlmorgan «/u» originally shared this 11 Apr 2014
|Nannie Elizabeth Womack
|3461||Find A Grave Memorial# 35345141|
Son of Martha D and Abner
Womack Tenn, N.C., Married
Louvicia Dau of Nan and
Abram Womack, ILL
Mar 8 1795
Oct. 2, 1854
Note: Looks like first stone above was added at a later date; probably by a relative. Original stone gives only name and dates of birth and death.
|3462||Find A Grave Memorial #35545825||Orion Monroe Womack, Sr.
|3463||Death date and place from various family trees ancestry.com. No confirmation found. Have not located him in census records after 1900.||Perry Green Womack
|3464||Find A Grave Memorial# 5542759|
The son of Miriam Unknown and Jesse Burton Womack, Pleasant Henry Womack married Margaret Ann Shelton 20 Dec 1878 Cass Co., TX.
Cass County Marriage Book 4, Page 328
20 Dec 1878
P. H. Womack
M. A. Shelton
He was the brother of Josiah Duncan Womack FAG #5542702.
|Pleasant Henry Womack
|3465||Find A Grave Memorial# 29294550|
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.
|Riley Patton Womack
|3466||Find A Grave Memorial# 35734664|
|Robert Benton Womack
|3467||Elizabeth apparently has married, is widowed and is living at home with her parents on the 1900 Federal Census Warren Co., TN. Also in the household is Doctor N. Womack, male, age 13, b Sep 1887, listed as grandson, probably son of Elizabeth.||S. Elizabeth "Bettie" Womack
|3468||Names of husband and daughter, Daisy, from Daisy's birth certificate located while indexing Texas birth certificates for FamilySearch Indexing 10 Sep 2011.|
Birth certificate also states that Samantha had borne 7 previous children, 2 of whom had died.
|Samantha Paralee Womack
|3469||Find A Grave Memorial #76167394||Samuel Marion Womack
|3470||Birth: Sep. 6, 1791 Death: 1850|
Wife of William F Davis.
Birthdate on the tombstone is 1791. Buried in the Greene-Davis family cemetery located approximately 5 miles from Polkville on Stagecoach Trail Road between Polkville and New House. A family history sheet compiled by Biddie Barnett Ruppe indicates Sally's death as June 27, 1850.
The 1850 Cleveland Co. census shows Sarah as widowed living with the following family members still living with her: Susan (33), Sarah "Sally" (26), Melena Francis (22), Simon D. (16), Abraham H. (15), William A Philbeck (10), and Abram Womack (45) apparently her brother a blacksmith. William Philbeck is apparently the son of Susan and John Philbeck.
The 1860 Cleveland Co. census shows Sarah as an invalid living in the same house as her daughter Sarah P. (36) another daughter Phoebe C. McKinney (32), Mary J. Davis (7), William A. Philbeck (19), William P. Davis (11), William A. Davis (10), and Cela S. Davis (8).
«b»Her will located in the NC State Archives is dated March 14, 1866.«/b»
«u»William Fernilson Davis (1788 - 1876) «/u»
«u»Nancy Caroline Davis Philbeck (1813 - 1899) «/u»*
«u»Anderson Womack Davis (1815 - 1902) «/u»*
«u»Mary Margaret Davis Barnett (1825 - 1910) «/u»*
«u»A. Hamby Davis (1835 - 1906) «/u»*
«u»Green Cemetery «/u»
North Carolina, USA
Created by: «u»Shannon Travis Davis «/u»
Record added: Jun 02, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27283033
|Sarah "Sallie" Womack
|3471||maybe buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Lincoln Co., TN||Sarah "Sally" Womack
|3472||Migrated to Washington||Sarah Elizabeth Womack
|3473||Names in will of father, William R. Womack, as deceased Dec 1877||Sarah Elizabeth Womack
|3474||Find A Grave Memorial# 44332393|
Sophronia B. "Froney" Womack came from Itawamba County, Mississippi to Wise County Texas about 1870 with her mother Drucilla "Drew" Patton Womack Warren and stepfather Isom J. Warren. She married Joseph "Joe" McNeely December 1, 1881 in Wise County. Shortly after her marriage, her mother marrried Thomas McNeely and moved to Indian Territory in Oklahoma. Sophronia and Joe had four sons before her death July 5, 1893. Her widowed husband Joe lived in Wise County until 1930 when he moved to Oklahoma with his son John Thomas McNeely (1883-1957). John Thomas McNeely married Kemmie Clifton and they moved to Altus, Jackson County Oklahoma where they are buried with their son Julius Francis McNeely. Son Joseph Cleveland "Cleve" McNeely (1884-1946) was a farmer in Decatur, and died in an automobile accident there. Isam Claudy McNeely (1886-1887) died age five months. Youngest son James "Larn" McNeely (1891-1958) married Charlie Beatrice Samples (1889-1979) September 8, 1910 in Wise County. After the death of her husband Larn, Beatrice lived with her daughter Elma Marie Stephens in Irving, Texas until her death.
|Sophronia B. Womack
|3475||Died in Plainview, TX in Central Plains General Hospital; usual residence Snyder, Scurry Co., TX. Married Mr. Wellborn||Stella Womack
|3476||... Willis Womack was a brother of «b»Lewis Womack«/b», who married «b»Manima Padgett, or Hollifield«/b». The Hollifields and Padgetts intermarried a good deal along about that time. ... Lewis Womack lived only a few years after his marriage and died, leaving two children, «b»Isham and Leah«/b». These two persons are the first of the Womack family, of whom I have any recollection. Leah married «b»Samson McDaniel«/b», who was the father of our present honored citizen, «b»Guilford McDaniel«/b», Esq. Isham Womack married «b»Betty Bailey«/b», to whom were born sons and daughters who are yet among us.|
Reminiscences of Christenberry Lee 1823-1895
Appeard in the «i»Forest City Courier«/i», in installments, from October 6, 1938 to January
|3477||BIOGRAPHY: !Listed in the archives of Rev. War Pay Vouchers as having provided supples for the war; dated 1781, Burke Co., NC|
ancestry.com message board
«b»Thomas Womack references
«/b»Mark Womack («u»View posts «/u»)
Posted: 23 Mar 1999 5:00AM GMT
OK, the sources to the information I posted earlier are:
_List of Voters for Elections of Burgesses 1764-1769 Halifax County, Virginia_ by Marian Dodson Chiarito. It lists the references to the poll lists for 17 Jul 1765, 2 Dec 1768, and 22 Nov 1769. There is also a Jacob Womack and Richard Womack listed in the earlier poll lists as well.
_Halifax County, Virginia Clonial Poll and Thithables Lists_ by Mary Bondurant Warren also lists Thomas in the poll lists, but it also has "Thomas Wommock & boy Abraham" in an apparently undated list of people helping in working on a road. Uncertain if "boy Abraham" refers to a son or a slave.
|3478||CENSUS: ! Listed in Warren Co., TN Census 1820, 1830, 1840|
Listed in Cannon Co., TN Census 1850, 1860
|3479||Find A Grave Memorial #26116590|
T, C, Womack
Died Mar. 6, 1861
Aged 22 yrs
[mos & dys illegible, partially buried in soil]
|Townsend Commodore Womack
|3480||OCCUPATION: !Was a doctor, studied under his uncle Dr. Abner Womack.|
13th. My Bro. Wiley C. Womack was a Dr. Went to Pine Bluff, Ark. at the age of 18 1/2 years, clerked in Drug Store and studied medicine for two years under my brother Abner Womack. He came back homes went into the practice, moved to Jackson County, Ala. in 1860., remained there in his profession until his death 5 or 6 years ago. Done a large practice. His first wife was Nancy Harris by whom he had three children Myrtle.. Henry and Wilma all living at Birmingham, Ala. no children. His second wife was Luc Teters who died in one or two years after their marriage. His third wife was a widow Johnson. Her maiden name before marriage was Mattie Linsey---She died about one year before my brother Wiley died.
|Dr. Wiley C. Womack
|3481||Moved to Shelby Co., IL before 1840|
Land grants to William Womack in Warren Co., TN
4 Sep 1827 50 acres
12 Mar 1828 50 acres
15 Oct 1831 50 acres
19 Mar 1834 200 acres
22 Jan 1839 30 acres
|3482||Will of William Womack (7)|
Warren Co. Tenn. Will book 1, page 558
I William Womack do make and publish this my last will and testament revoking and making void all other wills by me at any time made.
First I direct that all ny debts be paid out of my parishable property.
Secondly I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Anna Wommack all my perishable property over and above what pays my just debts, with all my household and kitchen furniture and all my farming tools also my waggon during her natural life or widowhood and to have all the rights and power of using everything named as she pleases.
I want my two girls that is living with me Elizabeth and Charlotta to have an Equal part with the girls that left me, that is one bed and furniture a peace and one cow a piece. Also for the love and affection I have for my son Abner I give and bequeath a certain piece of land that I bought of my son Thomas Wommack to have it at my death and the death of his mother and my other land I want divided between my two youngest girls that is living with me. I want Elizabeth to have what is on the north side of the Turkey Branch and Charlotta to have what is on the south side of the Branch, all my children that is living on any part of the land to have the use of water and timber on the land, the two girls is not to have the land, till after the death of me and their mother and what property is left at our death if any to be divided between my 4 oldest daughters without any sale.
I also appoint James Mullican, William Womack my executors in witness whereof I do to this my will set my hand and seal this 23 day of April 1843.
«u»mikeflynn9501 «/u» originally shared this 20 Aug 2010 Womack Family Tree ancestry.com
|3483||William served as a quartermaster in the 1st N.C. Regiment, Continental Line.|
William is DAR Ancestor No. A127578.
1800 Federal census records for state of Tennessee are lost.
|3484||BIOGRAPHY: !Moved to Missouri about 1846-47.|
1. William (Buck) WOMACK  was born on September 6, 1795 in North Carolina. He died on April 28, 1870 in Perry County, MO.  He was buried in 1870 in Whitewater Cemetery, Perry County, MO. 
Notes for William (Buck) Womack:
WOMACK GENEALOGY: THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE WOMACK FAMILY ASSOCIATION
Volume IV, JUNE 1960.
GENEALOGICAL, BIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL FACTS AND SKETCHES OF THE WRITERS FAMILY
By F. M. Womack
Uncle William Womack (Buck) married a McBee, he moved to Missouri about 1846 or 1847 from Jackson County, Ala. Stopped over with father on his way remained 2 weeks - had a daughter, Cousin Betty who fell from the wagon as they came [across] the Cumberland Mountain. A wheel ran over her leg and broke it, therefore they rested at fathers two weeks on account of her misfortune. Uncle Buck had a large family of children - seemed to be nice family of children. I think the majority of the boys and girls played the fiddle they had two fiddles, some would play and some would dance they seemed to be an intelligent family of children. Uncle Buck was moving through in wagons drawn by oxen. He died in the State of Mo. Some of his family was living in Ozark Co. Mo. a few years ago.
William Womack received a land patent of approximately 79 acres in 1831 in Jackson County, AL.
1840 U.S. Census, Jackson County, AL. The U.S. Census for 1840 does not list each individual, only the head of each household. William is listed as William Warmack with 2 males under 5 (William, Levi), 1 male between age 5 and 10 (Abner), 1 male between age 10 and 15 (Robert), 1 male between age 15 and 20 (Asa), 1 male between age 40 and 50 (William), 2 females between age 5 and 10 (Elizabeth, Mary Ann), 1 female between 10 and 15 (Nancy), 1 female age 20 and 30 (Lucy), 1 female betweeb age 40 and 50 (Sarah). Also on this page is son-in-law John McDowell, married Martha, and Josiah T. Womack, possible nephew, son of William's proable brother Josiah.
1850 U.S. Census Perry County, MO; Dwelling #240, Family #240, Womack, William, age 55, M, Farmer, Born in NC; Womack, Sarah, age 54, F, Born in GA; Womack, Asa, age 28, M, Born in TN; Womack, Robert, age 22, M, Born in TN; Womack, Elizabeth, age 17, F, Born in AL; Womack, Mary Ann, age 15, F, Born in AL; Womack, William N., age 13, M, Born in AL; Womack, Levi, age 11, M, Born in AL
I have not been able to locate William Womack in 1860 U.S. Census, I believe that he was living in Perry County, MO, but the census taker skipped him during the enumeration.
William Womack patented 156 acres in Perry County, MO in 1859.
The last will and testament of William "Buck" Womack is no longer available. Somebody as removed it from the Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri Courthouse. The information I have is from a copy of the Will that Marge Clifton has maintained.
The following is abstact of William Womack's Will:
Drawer 42, Packet 1016 Ste. Genevieve County, MO courthouse 1870, Heirs of William Womac, deceased Robert M. Womack, Administrator
1/4 of one tenth: John W. McDowell, Jasper McDowell, Sarah J. Ragsdale, Mary E. Phillips
One share: Lucy Womack, Nancy Gatewood, Cynthia Austin, Robert M. Womack, Abner T. Womack, Elizabeth Meyers, Mary Ann Danielly
One Share: Mary T. Womack
1/2 Share: Wm A. Womack, James M. Womack
William (Buck) WOMACK and Sarah MCBEE were married in 1815 in Sweden's Cove, Marion County, Tennessee. Sarah MCBEE was born on May 20, 1796 in Franklin County, Georgia. She died on October 12, 1851 in Perry County, MO. She was buried in Yount Community Cemetery, Perry County, MO.
William (Buck) WOMACK and Sarah MCBEE had the following children:
+2 i. Martha WOMACK, born on June 26, 1816, Alabama  ; died on April 13, 1865.
+3 ii. Isham WOMACK, born on May 10, 1818, Jackson County, AL  ; married Martha JACKSON, on July 7, 1838, Tennessee  ; died on September 21, 1846.
+4 iii. Lucy WOMACK, born on April 28, 1820, Tennessee; married William R. WOMACK, on July 6, 1854, Ste. Genevieve County, MO  ; died in 1880, Missouri.
5 iv. Asa WOMACK was born on November 11, 1821 in Tennessee.  He died on June 15, 1852 in Missouri. Asa Womack patented 40 acres of land in Ste. Genevieve County, MO on January 1, 1852. Certificate No. 12667
6 v. Jessie WOMACK was born on October 19, 1823 in Tennessee.
+7 vi. Nancy A. WOMACK, born on November 20, 1825, Tennessee; died on July 21, 1921, Missouri.
+8 vii. Robert Marion WOMACK, born on July 20, 1828; married Belinda HAHN, on December 2, 1851, Perry County, MO  ; married Louisa HAWTHORNE, on March 16, 1854  ; died on July 25, 1915, Womack, Ste. Genevieve County, MO.
+9 viii. Abner Terril WOMACK, born on April 23, 1830, Jackson County, AL; married Lucinda HAHN, on May 3, 1849, Perry County, MO  ; married Mary JOHNSON, about 1872; married Mary Ann (Polly) PIRTLE, on February 7, 1865, Perry County, MO  ,  ; died in 1902, St. Francois County, MO.
+10 ix. Elizabeth WOMACK, born on March 2, 1832, Alabama; married Joshua HAHN, on January 27, 1853, Perry County, MO; died Missouri.
+11 x. Mary Ann WOMACK, born on March 24, 1834, Alabama  ; married James DANIELY, on November 30, 1854, Ste. Genevieve County, MO  .
+12 xi. William Newton WOMACK, born on January 15, 1836, Alabama; married Cynthia Ann PIRTLE, on March 13, 1859, St. Francois County, MO  ; died on July 5, 1865.
13 xii. Thomas Hart Benton WOMACK was born in February 1837 in Alabama. He died on November 20, 1837 in Alabama.
+14 xiii. Levi Jackson WOMACK, born on August 28, 1838; married Susanna RAGSDALE, on January 7, 1858, Perry County, MO  ; died on May 20, 1863.
William (Buck) WOMACK and Susan MERCER were married on October 15, 1854 in Ste. Genevieve County, MO.  Susan MERCER was born about 1805 in South Carolina.  She died on July 23, 1893 in Perry County, MO. She was buried in Yount Community Cemetery, Perry County, MO.
 Ibid., 27. Martha, born 6/26/1816 in Alabama, died 4/13/1865 married John McDowell.
 Ibid., page 27. Isham, born 5/10/1818 in Alabama, died 9/21/1846 married Martha Jackson.
 William R. Womack & Lucy Womack, marriage license no. (1854), Court House , Ste. Genevieve County, MO.
 , Descendants of Robert Benton Womack and Almenza Evelina Mayberry, 27. Asa, born 11/11/1821 in Tennessee, died 6/15/1852.
 Marriage Licenses, Perry County, MO, 164, Book 2.
 Robert Marion Womack & Louisa Hawthorn, marriage license no. (1854), Court House, Ste. Genevieve County, MO.
 Marriage Licenses, Perry County, MO, 124, Book 2.
 Marriage records, 1825-1960; index, 1830-1950. Title
Authors: Perry County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds (Main Author)
Notes: Microfilm of original records at the Perry County Courthouse, Perryville, Missouri.
Subjects: Missouri, Perry - Vital records
Format: Manuscript (On Film)
Publication: Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1973, 1996
Physical: on 24 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Film Notes: Note - Location [Film]
Index to marriage records 1830-1950 - FHL US/CAN Film [ 915639 ]
Marriage records 1830-1867 v. 1-2 - FHL US/CAN Film [ 915640 ].
 Marriage Licenses, Perry County, MO, 393, Book 2.
 , Descendants of Robert Benton Womack and Almenza Evelina Mayberry, 28. 10. Mary Ann, born 3/25/1834 in Alabama. Married James Daniely 11/30/1854.
 Ibid., 28. 10. Mary Ann, born 3/25/1834 in Alabama. Married James Daniely 11/30/1854.
 Marriage Licenses, St. Francois County, MO, 92, Book 2.
 Marriage Licenses, Perry County, MO, 124, Book 2.
 William Womack and Susan Mercer, marriage license no. (1854), Court House, Ste. Genevieve County, MO.
 1870 United States Federal Census. 1870 Perry County, St. Mary's Township, MO, page 30; Dwelling #214, Family #208, Mercer, Omely, age 48, F, Keeping House, Born in TN; Mercer, John, age 19, m, Born in MO; Mercer, Marietta, age 17, F, Born in MO; Mercer, Margaret, age 16, F, Born in MO; Mercer, William, age 14, M, Born in MO; Mercer, Perry, age 13, M, Born in MO; Mercer, Nanrick, age 9, F, Born in MO; Womack, Susan, age 65, F, Born in South Carolina.
 William Womack Will (1870), Court House, Ste. Genevieve County, MO.
 Joyce Martin, Descendants of Robert Benton Womack and Almenza Evelina Mayberry (Farmington, St. Francois County, MO: Joyce Martin, March 1998), p. 28. William "Buck" Womack (1795, NC) was to have been buried there also however, on the day of his funeral it was so muddy the oxen cart couldn't get on to the Yount graveyard so they went up to White Water Cemetery and buried him there, no marker.
 Ibid., 28. William "Buck" Womack (1795, NC) was to have been buried there also however, on the day of his funeral it was so muddy the oxen cart couldn't get on to the Yount graveyard so they went up to White Water Cemetery and buried him there, no marker
|William Buck Womack
|3485||Find A Grave Memorial# 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]."
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».
KILLED IN BATTLE
«u»Mississippi Volunteers Memorial «/u»
Find A Grave Memorial# 16350644
15 Miss Inf
Jan 19, 1862
|William Edward Womack
|3486||Find A Grave Memorial #76167240||William Pinckney Womack
|3487||photo of gravestone posted ancestry.com|
William R. Womack
Died June 17, 1882
74ys, 7 ms, 28 ds.
[calculated birth date 20 October 1807]
Courtesy of the Nelson Family Blog Site at http://nelsonwomack-womackfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/2007/11/lucy-womack-child-of-william-buck.html
Will of William R. Womack
Ste. Genevieve County, MO
In the name of God, Amen, I William R. Womack of the county of Ste. Genevieve and State of Missouri being in good bodily health, and of sound and disposing mind and memory calling to mind the frailty and uncertainty of human life, and being desiuous of settling my worldly affairs and directing how the estates with which it has pleased God. To bless me shall be disposed of after my decease while I have strength and capacity so to do do make and publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking and making null and void all other last wills and testaments by me heretofore made, And first, commend my immortal being to Him who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried with little expense or how by my executors hereinafter named.
And as to my worldly estate and all the property real personal or mixed of which I shall die seized and possessed onto which I shall be entilted at the time of my decease I devise, bequeth and dispose thereof in manner following to wit:
First my will is that all my jest debts and funeral charges shall by my executors hereinafter named be paid out of my estate as soon after my decease as shall by them be found convenient.
Second I give devise and bequeath to my beloved wife Lucy Womack all of my estate both real personal and mixed and whatsoever nature and discription and wheresoever situate of which I shall die siezed and possesed or to which I shall be entitled at the time of my decease including the farm and premises on which I now reside and all the household and kitchen furniture stocks farm implements wagons and machinery for and during her natural lifetime or widowhood to be used and enjoyed by her and those of my family who shall reside with her as long as she shall live and whatever thereof that remains at her death I despose of as follows viq.
3rd I give and bequeath unto my son Francis Womack the sum of one dollar as his full share and interest in my estate real and personal to be paid him out of the remaining of my estate after the death of my said wife Lucy Womack
4th I give and bequeath to my daughter Martha Haddock wife of John Haddock the sum of one dollar as her full share and interest in my estate real and personal to be paid her out of my estate after the death of my said wife.
5th I give and bequeath to John Abshire son of my deceased daughter Sarah E. Abshire one dollar as his full share and interest in my estate real and personal - to be paid him at the death ofmy said wife.
6th I give and bequeath to Elizabeth Jane and Martha B. Womack children and only heirs of my deceased son John Womack the sum of one dollar as their full share and interest in my estate real and personal to be paid them, after the decease of my said wife.
7th I give and bequeath to my daughter Margret L. Wampler the sum of one dollar as her full share and interest in my estate real and personal to be paid at the death of my said wife.
8th I give and bequeath to my two Grand children Fanny Robertson, and Joseph D. Robertson children of my deaceased daughter Nancy Robertson the sum of one dollar as their full share and interest in my estate real and personal to be paid them at the death of my said wife.
9th all the rest and residue of my estate remaining at the death of my said wife Lucy Womack after the payment of the above legacis, including real and personal and mixed estate I give devise and bequeath the remaining of my sons and daughters viz Benjamin Womack, Josiah Womack, Joel Thomas Womack, Nancy C Wampler wife of Jacob Wampler, Levi P. Womack, Marietta Jane Counts wife of James L. Counts and Robert Marion Womack and to the heirs of the body of the said Benjamin, Josiah, Joel Thomas, Nancy, Levi P., Marietta Jane & Robert Marion and to their heirs and assigns forever to be devided equally between them share and share alike I do hereby nominate and appoint my said wife Lucy Womack to be executor of this my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the third day of December AD 1877
William R Womack (seal)
We attest the above and foregoing will by subscribing our names hereto as witnesses in the presence of William R. Womack, the testostor this 3rd day of December 1877
J. W. Coffman T.B. Marks
PROBATE COURT PROCEEDINGS
Monday, March 12, 1883
Court met, present, Hon. Wm. H. BANTZ, Judge, Louis NAUMAN, Sheriff.
In matter of appointment of Probate clerk, John L. BOGY, appointed clerk Probate Court. The court awarded as follows:
Est. - F. BARISIEN, Dr. J.B. COX - $20.75;
R.N. KETTINGER, F.C. FALLER, guardian, files inventory and settlement; continued to March term 1884;
" - Martha Ann KETTINGER, same entry;
" - Jos. MERTEL, John L. BOVERIE, allowed - $7.65;
" - J.L. HAINEY, G.W. GRIFFITH appointed admin. Pendenti; lite, and estate E.P. BAILEY, allowed - $27.25;
" - E.L. BEARD, S.R.F. HAND, allowed - $27.80;
" - Mary Ella RHOADES, C.C. ROZIER files notice of taking; charge of;
" - F. HETTIG & Br., same entry;
" - E.L. BEARD, renunciation of will by widow filed;
Est. - COFFMAN minors, settlement filed and approved;
" - COUNTS minors, same entry
" - H.N. KELLY, Sam HUGHES, claimant continued by consent;
" - Francis SCHWOEBEL, minor, V. ROTTLER appointed; guardian and bond fixed at $200;
" - R.G. SCHWOEBEL, C. MOTZEL, same entry;
" - Silas LAWS, settlement filed and approved;
" - F. BARISIEN, J. BOGY, executor directed to pay $10 for burying lot;
" - E.L. BEARD, John PERRY allowed - $27.35; Jos. EADES - $28.65; John GIBSON - $72.20; John SHEARLOCK - $3.50;
" - J.L. HANEY, Thos. HEBERLIE allowed - $5.50;
" - Jos. HERMAN, minor, settlement filed and approved;
" - John WOOLFORD, settlement filed and approved and G.W. GRIFFITH ordered to distribute $350;
" - Jacob WAMPLER, settlement filed and approved;
" - Wm. R. WOMACK, assets ordered turned over to widow;
" - N.M. COUNTS, notice final settlement and vouchers filed and adm. Discharged;
" - C.L. and W.H. KETTINGER, Wm. KETTINGER, guardian, leave to file inventory in vacation.
" - Meinrad KETTINGER, same entry.
" - Joseph KETTINGER, receipts showing final distribution filed;
" - E.L. BEARD, G.W. BEARD claimant, judgement of costs for estate;
" - H.N. KELLY, Frank GEGG, allowed - $31;
" - Israel DODGE, deed from administrator acknowledged.
Ste. Genevieve Herald, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, Mar. 24, 1883
The information and photo's on William R. was collected by the generosity of Nolan Ray Wampler and Gene Womack, his direct line of descendants.
William R. born to William Womack and Rebecca Parker on October 19, 1807 in Rowan Co, N.C. He married Hannah Lehene, most probably in Alabama, in 1827. There is little information on William until he appears in the 1850 Ste. Genevieve County, Saline Township, MO. Census data is a matter of public information.
In this 1850 Census he is shown in Dwelling #545, Family #560 as Womac (sic), William, age 42, M, Farmer, born in NC. Also shown is his wife Hannah age 43 and born in TN, daughters Sarah E. age 18 born in AL and Margaret age 15 born in AL, sons John W. age 14 and Benjamin age 11 born in AL, daughters Mary age 7 born in AL and Mary age 7 born in AL, sons Josiah age 6 bon in MO, Joel age 5 born in MO and Levi age 3 born in MO.
He also had a son, Francis Marion and a daughter Mary Magdaline who would have been age 22 and 20 at the time of this census but had probably married and in their own households by now.
William's wife Hannah died in St Genevieve County in 1853 and by the 1860 census, the Nelson family history blogspot, http://nelsonwomack-womackfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/2007/11/lucy-womack-child-of-william-buc k.html reports that he had re-married Lucy Womack, who was the daughter of William "Buck" Womack and Sarah McBee, on April 28, 1820 in St Genevieve Co, MO.
William is next shown in the 1860 census of Ste. Genevieve County, Saline Township, MO. William is shown farming at the age of 54. Also shown is his second wife Lucy age 38 and born in TN, daughter Mary C. age 17, sons Josiah age 15, Thomas age 13, Preston age 12, daughter Marietta age 7 and son Robert age 3.
In the 1870 Ste. Genevieve County, Saline Township, MO William is shown at age 62 and still farming. Also shown is Lucy age 50 keeping house, sons Josiah age 22, Thomas age 19, Preston age 18, daughter June (Marietta) age 16, sons Robert age 12 and newcomer David age 8.
In an article (provided to me by Gene Womack) from the Farmington Library in a folder called Ste. Genevieve County Family Histories a story of William donating land for a church reads as follows: "In 1871, William and his wife Lucy deeded some land to the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church and Cemetery. It is thought the original church, a log building, stood on the land given by William R. Womack".
The last census in which William would participate was the 1880 Ste. Genevieve County, Saline Township, MO. William was shown at ate 73 born in AL. His father was born in AL and mother born in AL. His wife Lucy age 60 states she was born in AL, mother born in AL, father born in AL. Also shown is daughter Marther age 21 born in MO and granddaughters Effie T. age 1 ½ born in MO and Frances J. age 20 born in MO.
both articles from the notes of Don Womack; «u»don_womack «/u» originally shared this 03 Sep 2013
Don Womack's Paulding County, GA Womack's http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/9510504/person/24005988881
Notes: William R Womack
DEED: St. Francois Co, MO, Court House; Farmington, MO; Deed Recor d Volume 5, 1850-53, page 404, «b»Note:«/b» Wm WORMACK, to Thomas J PIRTH, 1 2 Nov 1851, Indenture, William WARMACK of the County of St. Francoi s and Thomas J PIRTH of the same, receives $80.00 and issues a Quit C laim Deed for the property of the East half of the NE quarter, T34N , Range E, containing 80 acres.
MILITARY-LAND-WARRANT: dated 10 Apr 1852; Warrant # 14905; received a land grant in the amount of 80 acres, Ste. Genevieve Co, Lot 1, N W 4, Section , Twp 35, range 7E.
MARRIAGE: Ste. Genevieve Co, MO, Marriage Book A, 1807-1827 & 1842-1 866; page 84 or 25; «b»Note:«/b» 16 Jul 1854, William R WOMACK-Lucy WOMACK.
WITNESS: St Francois Co, MO, Marriage Book B 1852-1866; (origina l , page 158, typed page 51); «b»Note:«/b» 4 Jan 1866, Jacob WAMPLER-Mar y C (WOMACK) NASH; Witinesses A J SMITH, *William R WAMAC, Benjamin WAMAC and others.
ADMINISTRATOR: Letters of Administration; Ste Genevieve Co MO; 41-9 72; Levi B WOMACK of Ste Genevieve Co MO died intestate; *William R W OMACK is hereby apponted administrator; 20 March 1871.
SALE-BILL-ESTATE: Drawer 47, Packet 1139, Ste Genevieve Co MO Court house; Sale Bill of the Estate of William R WOMACK filed 15 Feb 1884 ; Sale made 29 day Dec 1883; NOTE:
State of MO; County of Ste Genevieve; Anderson COUNTS says that he w as the clerk of the sale made by Charles CROZIER, Adm. of the Estate of William R WOMACK, deceased, and that the foregoing is a true account of said sale at the time therein specified. Anderson COUNTS, Cl erk of Sale. Subscribed and sworn to me before this 29th day of Dece mber 1883; N Cook SEBASTIAN, Notary Public.
CEMETERY: 1984 Index of United Baptist Church Cemetery, Ste Genevie ve Co MO, by Madge CLIFTON and Becky BOYD; entry #615; «b»Note:«/b» WOMACK , William R, 19 Oct 1807 - 7 Jun 1882, (74 years 7 months 28 days).
|William Roland Womack
|3488||U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865|
Name: Willis Womack Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: Tennesee Regiment Name: 25 Tennessee Infantry. Regiment Name Expanded: 25th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry Company: C Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Film Number: M231 roll 47
National Park Service. «i»U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Willis died in the war.
|3489||Will of James Wood - Shelby County, KY, Wills, Book B, p 215 (Abstract) Will written 22 Mar 1810, probated Nov 1810.|
Subject: John Wood
Sons: James, William
Daughters: Elizabeth Lutteral, Sarah Wood, Synthia Coleman, Nancy Herndon, Lydia Herndon
|3490||Find A Grave Memorial #115340247|
From the Tulsa Daily World, Friday, 03 Apr 1931
"HUTTON-Mrs. Elizabeth Hutton, 74 died early Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lamar, 715 South Florence avenue. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock from the Tulsa Undertaking company chapel. Rev. J. A. Hudson officiating. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Leona Walker, Joplin, Mo.; Mrs. Anna Blatnor, Houston, Texas, Mrs. Thelma Lamar, Tulsa; two sons, J. Melbourne and Stoner E. both of Tulsa. Interment will be in Memorial Park by the Tulsa Undertaking company."
Sara Elizabeth Wood Hutton's mother is unknown. Her father John H. Wood is living with his father in Tennessee in the 1850 census and is listed in the 1860 census with only Sarah in Camden County, MO. John H. Wood's 2nd wife, Amanda is in the 1860 census in Camden County, MO living with her parents. It is believed that Sara Elizabeth's mother and father were married after 1850. After giving birth to 3 children Sarah, Mary and Rufus, she died. John H. Wood moved to Camden County, MO and subsequently married Amanda Hillhouse after 1860.
|Sarah Elizabeth Wood
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|3492||In 1769 John Woodson, of Goochland County, Virginia, bought land on the head waters of Ivy Creek. He departed this life in 1779. His wife's name was Elizabeth, and his children were Tarleton, Susan, the wife of Micajah Wheeler, and Sarah, the wife of John Everett. Tarleton is believed to have married Annis, daughter of Augustine Shepherd, and his children were Tarleton, Augustine and Prior. Prior married Josephine Abell, and was the father of John, who recently died on or near the same land his ancestor had purchased more than a century and a quarter before.|
John Woodson of Albemarle Co. Wife Elizabeth Woodson is loaned during her natural life two negroes Jupiter and Ursula, household furniture and stock, the plantation whereon we now live. Son Tarleton Woodson, negro woman Sarah with her two children and all her future increase, one negro Jupiter at the decease of my wife; also land whereon we now live. Daughter Susannah Wheeler is loaned one negro woman Ursula with her three children & all future increase and at my said daughter's death the above named ursula with all her increase to my daughter's children to be equally divided to them. At the decease of my wife my household furniture and stock and other utensils to be equally divided between my two children above mentioned. To my kinsman Pleasant Bailey Oglesby 200 acres of land in Fluvanna County on the waters of the Byrd. Son Tarleton Woodson, my son-in-law Micajah Wheeler & Augustine Shepherd Executors. Witnesses: Robert Lague, Anna ---(X)___Wheeler, Annis ---(X)___Woodson. Dated June 18, 1779. Recd. Nov. Crt. 1779. Ibid. page 383.
Source: Ancestry World Tree Project: Contact Unknown; http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=*v138t1861&id=I02607
|3493||Mrs. Mary Bell Woody|
Lenoir City, Feb 21 -- Mrs. Mary Bell Woody, 64, died suddenly of a heart attack at her home near Martel today. Funeral arrangements had not been completed tonight. Biereley's has charge.
Surviving are the husband, L. L. Woody; six daughters, Mrs. Lilly Scarbrough, Knoxville; Mrs. Ellen O'Neal, Clinton; «b»Mrs. Alice Stratton«/b», Arlington, Calif.; Mrs. Clara Dunlap, Martel; Mrs. Mabel Everett, Loudon, and Miss Hazel Woody, Martel; four sons, Fred and Carl Woody, Concord; John Woody, Loudon, and Robert Woody, Martel; three brothers, Sam and Nezer Kelly, Concord, and Bonnie Kelly, Kingston; a sister, Mrs. Kate Harron, Concord.
Knox Journal, 22 Feb 1941, page 8.
|Alice A. Woody
|3494||find-a-grave photo of gravestone|
B. M. Woolsey
Born in Ind
Jan 23, 1847
Died July 1, 1924
«b»U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles
«i»Name:«/b»Benjamin M Woolsey«tab»«tab»
«b»Residence:«/b»Pike County, Indiana«tab»«tab»
«b»Enlistment Date:«/b»3 Aug 1864«tab»«tab»
«b»Rank at enlistment:«/b»Private«tab»«tab»
«b»Survived the War?:«/b»Yes«tab»«tab»
«b»Service Record:«/b»Enlisted in «u»Company M, Indiana 10th Cavalry Regiment «/u» on 08 Mar 1864. Mustered out on 20 Jun 1865. «tab»«tab»
«b»Sources:«/b»Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana «tab»«tab»
|Benjamin Marion Woolsey
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Nov. 1, 1865
Mar. 4, 1939
Oct. 20, 1873
July 1, 1959
|Cordelia "Delia" Woolsey
|3496||find-a-grave photo of gravestone|
1852 - 1935
was the daughter of Louisa Carlisle and Fleming Woolsey. She was a descendant of George Wolsy, "The Settler" who settled in New Amsterdam with the first Dutch Colonists.
Sarah gave birth to nine children in Indiana; three died at a young age. Those to live were Henry A., born 1869, Gabarella born 1871, Lavisa Jane born 1874 and Minnie Alice born 1879.
In March of 1884, the Gilberts loaded all their belongings in a railroad box car and arrived at Pilot Point, Texas, one dark night. She was expecting their tenth child, Charlie. Seven more children were born after they came to Cooke County. Three of them lived to be adults. Charlie William was born May 1884, Myrtle Mae in May 1889, and Lee in May 1891.
|Sarah Alice Woolsey
Newspaper, April 1950
Arizona Rowden, daughter of George W. and Sarah Workman, was born near Tuscumbia, Mo. on April 13, 1880, and passed away at her home in Swedeborg, Mo. April 7, 1950, at the age of 69 years 11 months and 6 days. In 1896 she was married to I.E. Rowden and to this union 3 daughters and 4 sons were born.
About 50 years ago she united with the Baptist Church and later transferred her letter to the Swedeborg Christian Church.
She is survived by her husband who has been a loving and faithful companion for over 54 years, three daughters, Clara Crouch of Swedeborg, Mo., Stella Helton of Meta, Mo., Ruby McDowell of Richland, Mo.; four sons, George of Swedeborg, Clarence of St. Louis, Clifford and William of Swedeborg, Mo.; one brother, Will Workman of Lamar, Mo., and one sister, Jennie Nichols of Springfield, Mo.; 24 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and many other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. April 9, 1950 at Mt. Union Church, Rev. Guy Hancock, the officiating minister. Interment was in Mt. Union Cemetery under direction of Hedges Funeral Home of Crocker, Mo.
Created by: «u»Juanita Sloan Lowrance
Record added: Mar 06, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18262782
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Jan. 25, 1822
Oct. 11, 1883
|3499||According to the 1900 census, Mary M. Luttrell Workman, George's 2nd wife, had borne 5 children and 5 were living. Listed on the census are 8 children: Jennie G, Irazona, and William (children of 1st wife Sarah); Ruth M., Isaac M., Walter, Elmer, and Jessie J. (children of 2nd wife Mary).|
Problem is that Sarah died in May 1883 and William's birth date is given as Oct 1883. George married Mary in Nov 1884 so William is not her child.
Age for William was listed as 17, crossed out and 16 written in. I think 17 was correct and his birth date should have been Oct 1882. He would be 17 in June (month census taken) and turn 18 in Oct 1900.
Otherwise we have the impossiblity of a child born 5 months after his mother died.
|3500||Name & birth location from daughter, Sarah Jane's, COD.||Dorothy Worthington