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The National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution is one of the oldest organizations in the United States dedicated to the preservation of American Revolutionary War genealogies. This database contains the surname Womack and variations of our surname.


Warmack

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 42 page 253

Mrs. Margaret Cochran Bishop.
DAR ID Number: 41672
Born in Elk Meadows, Virginia.
Wife of Dr. John Bishop.
Descendant of Col. George Moffett and of Capt. Charles Cameron, of Virginia.
[p.253] Daughter of William Boys Cochran and Margaret Miller Cameron, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Moffett Cochran and Maria T. Boys, his wife; Andrew Warmack Cameron and Margaret Miller, his first wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Cochran and Magdalene Moffett, his wife; Charles Cameron and Rachel Primrose Warwick, his second wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Moffett and Sarah McDowell, his wife.
George Moffett, (1735-1811), commanded a regiment at the battle of Guilford Court House. He was born and died in Augusta county, Va.
Also Nos. 21841, 35628, 39402.
Charles Cameron, (1753-1829), served as lieutenant and captain of Augusta county militia. His widow received a pension.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 46 page 241

Mrs. Martha Sharpe Warmack.
DAR ID Number: 45567
Born in Humboldt, Tenn.
Wife of Robert Nathaniel Warmack.
Descendant of Lieut. John Sharpe, Samuel Wilson and Capt. William Batey.
Daughter of Theophilus Alexander Sharpe (1822-87) and Martha Howse (1832-1910), his wife, m. 1866.
Granddaughter of Edwin Sharpe (b. 1764) and Priscilla Wilson (b. 1766), his wife, m. 1813; Robert Howse and Nancy Batey, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Sharpe and Martha Young, his wife; Samuel Wilson and Mary Lee (b. 1739), his wife, m. 1765; William Batey and Anne Bass, his wife.


Womac

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 157 page 239

Miss Leta Yarbrough.
DAR ID Number: 156762
Born in Tyler, Texas.
Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Merrill, as follows:
1. W. H. Yarbrough (b. 1849) m. 1897 Irena Louisa Kindley (b. 1871).
2. Charles Yarbrough (1810-79) m. 1832 Polly Serena Womac (1817-96).
3. Thomas Yarbrough m. 1798 Jemima Merrill (1782-1827).
4. Azariah Samuel Merrill m. Jemima Blalock.
5. Benjamin Merrill m. Jemima Smith.
Benjamin Merrill commanded a company in the North Carolina militia. He was born in Hopewell, N. J.; died, 1771, at Hillsboro, N. C.


Womach

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 86

Mrs. Cornelia Alice Norris.
DAR ID Number: 113253
Born in Wake County, N. C.
Wife of Matthew Tyson Norris.
Descendant of John Norris, John Norris, Jr., Capt. Samuel Pearson, Thomas Avery, William Avery, Joseph Adams, Samuel Northington, Jesse Northington, Richard Ryals, and William Rowland, as follows:
1. Jesse Allen Norris (b. 1831) m. 1856 Amy Ann Adams (1834-72).
2. Samuel Pearson Norris (1789-1856) m. 1827 Martha Northington (1801-69); Jane Adams (1805-85) m. 1828 Elizabeth Avery (1807-85).
3. John Norris m. 1773 Patience Pearson (1754-1824); Richard Avery (1778-1844) m. Mary Ryals (1779-1819); Joseph Adams m. 1780 Winifred Rowland (1754-1840); Jesse Northington m. 1773 Ann Pope (d. 1833).
4. John Norris; Samuel Pearson m. 1747 Mary Simmons (1734-1822); William Avery m. Nancy Ingram; Samuel Northington m. 1746 Phillie Edmunds (d. 1772); Richard Ryals m. Milly Baggett; William Rowland m. Mary Womach (d. 1800).
5. Thomas Avery m. 1747 Mary .
John Norris was a patriot of Johnston County, N. C.; also soldier. He was born in Nansemond County, Va.; died, 1792, in Johnston County, N. C.
John Norris, Jr. (1750-1822), served as private in Wake County, North Carolina militia. He was born and died in Wake County, N. C.
Samuel Pearson (1721-1802) served as captain, North Carolina Line. He was born in Maryland; died in Wake County, N. C.
Thomas Avery (1727-87) was a soldier, North Carolina Line. He was born in North Carolina; died in Johnston County, N. C.
William Avery was a soldier, North Carolina Line. He was born in North Carolina; died, 1825, in Cumberland County, N. C.
[p.86] Joseph Adams (1749-1837) served as private, North Carolina militia. He was born in Virginia; died in Wake County, N. C.
Samuel Northington served as private, Wilmington militia, Cumberland County, N. C. He was born in Surry County; died in Cumberland County, N. C.
Jesse Northington (1751-1828) served as private in Wilmington militia, Cumberland County, N. C. He was born in Surry County; died in Cumberland County, N. C.
Richard Ryals served as private in Wilmington militia, Cumberland County, N. C. He was born in Virginia; died in Cumberland County, N. C.
William Rowland (1722-94) was artificer, 1781, in Wake County militia. He was born in Surry County, Va.; died in Wake County, N. C.


Womack

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16 page 31

Mrs. Louise Burwell Mosby.
DAR ID Number: 155095
Born in Prince Edward County, Va.
Wife of Junius B. Mosby.
Descendant of Col. Lewis Burwell and of Capt. John Stith, as follows:
1. John L. Burwell (1829-55) m. 1852 Nannie Womack (1833-1900).
2. Peyton R. Burwell (b. 1792) m. Jane Seawell; John Womack (1803-70) m. 1827 Louisa Stith (1806-78).
3. Lewis Burwell m. 2d Elizabeth R. Harrison (d. 1824); John Stith m. Ann Washington.
Lewis Burwell (1745-1800) was colonel of Virginia militia and was in command at Yorktown. He was born in Williamsburg; died in Mecklenburg County, Va.

John Stith (1755-1808) served as lieutenant, captain and brevet major in the Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Brunswick County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 26 page 180

Mrs. Lydia Conner Biggs Womack.
DAR ID Number: 25492
Born in Greenup, Kentucky.
Wife of John T. Womack.
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Bragg.
Daughter of Thomas Naylor Biggs and Eleanor Humphreys, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Biggs and Lucy Blakemore Bragg Davis, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Col. George Naylor Davis and Harriet Bragg, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Bragg and Lucy Blakemore, his wife.
Thomas Bragg, (1754-1819), commanded a company in the Virginia militia under Col. Christopher Greenup. He was born in Culpeper Co., Va.; died in Lexington, Ky.
Also Nos. 20355, 23067, 24322.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 34 page 49

Mrs. Mary Watson Payne Gooch.
DAR ID Number: 33138
Born in Alleghany County, Virginia.
Wife of Garrett G. Gooch.
Descendant of Richard Davis, of Virginia.
Daughter of Dr. George Harrison Payne and Sarah Ann Womack, his wife.
Granddaughter of Lewis Payne (d. 1827) and Nancy Davis, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Davis and Sabina Harrison, his wife.
Richard Davis, (1725-1809), served three years as a private in the Virginia Continental line. He died in Bath County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 45 page 302

Mrs. Martha Seabaugh.
DAR ID Number: 44748
Born in Greenburg, La.
Widow of Charles Seabaugh.
Descendant of Walton Harris, Buckner Harris, Solomon Strickland, Alexander Thompson, Capt. David Dickson, Richard Burton, and Lieut. Jesse Womack, all of Georgia.
Daughter of J. Jefferson Thompson and Letitia Elizabeth Womack, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alexander Thompson Jr. and Dorothea Prior Womack, his 2nd wife; Jacob Burton Womack and Martha Dickson, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Alexander Thompson and Eunice Strickland, his wife; m. 1794; Abraham Womack and Elizabeth Burton, his wife; David Dickson and Letitia Harris, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Alexander Thompson and Elizabeth Hodge, his wife, m. 1760; Buckner Harris and Matilda Early, his wife; Solomon Strickland and Amy Pace, his wife; David Womack and Nancy Childers, his wife; Richard Burton and Nancy Hamilton, his wife; David Dickson and Martha Cureton, his 2nd wife; m. 1784.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Walton Harris and Rebecca Lanier, his wife; Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Walton Harris (1739-95) served in the army and while absent from home in Georgia his home was burned by the British. His wife and children took refuge in a hay stack. He was born in Brunswick Co., Va.; died in Greene Co., Ga.
Also Nos. 2628, 3195, 43360.
Buckner Harris (1761-1821) served at the capture of Augusta, Ga.
Solomon Strickland (1735-1818) served as a soldier. He died in Madison Co.
Alexander Thompson (1739-1815) was a refugee to Georgia where he served as a soldier at the battle of King's Mountain.
David Dickson (1750-1830) served on the frontier and commanded a volunteer company. He received land for his [p.302] service. He was born in Pendleton Co., S. C.; died in Fayette Co., Ga.
Richard Burton (1735-1800) served in Georgia under Col. Elijah Clark. He died in Wilkes Co.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served under Gen. John Twiggs and received bounty land.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47 page 18

Mrs. Martha Hill Criss.
DAR ID Number: 46036
Born in Marshall, Texas.
Wife of Jackson Criss.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jonathan Smith of Massachusetts.
Daughter of George Hill and Annie Womack, his wife.
Granddaughter of Sherwood Womack and Martha Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Deacon David Smith and Clara Van Dusen, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Esther Smith, his wife.
Jonathan Smith (1740-1802) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Lanesboro, Mass.; served several terms in the General Assembly and was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention. His military service was with the second regiment, Berkshire County militia.
Also Nos. 9140, 12470.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 52 page 32

Mrs. Jane Bailey Byars.
DAR ID Number: 51071
Born in Washington County, Va.
Wife of Joseph Cloyd Byars.
Descendant of Col. Thomas Flournoy and of Robert Preston.
[p.32] Daughter of David Flournoy Bailey and Sarah Eleanor Preston, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Richard Bailey and Julia Ann Womack, his wife; John Fairman Preston and Jane Rhea, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Archer Womack and Anne Flournoy, his wife; Robert Preston and Jennie (Preston), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Flournoy and Anne Martin, his wife; Robert Preston and Peggy Rhea, his wife (parents of Jennie).
Thomas Flournoy (1738-1801), gave both civil and military service. He was a member of the House of Delegates in 1780 and colonel of county militia at the close of the war.

Robert Preston (1750-1831), served as a private in the 2nd Virginia regiment under Capt. John Harrison and Col. Christian Febiger. He was born in Ireland.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 53 page 218

Miss Octavia Womack.
DAR ID Number: 52463
Born in Eutaw, Ala.
Descendant of Ensign Jacob Lewis.
Daughter of John Warburton Womack and Ann Miller Beville, his wife.
Granddaughter of Mansel Womack and Mary Lewis, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Lewis and Sarah Avery Noland, his wife.
Jacob Lewis (1750-1812) served as ensign in the expedition to Fort Pitt. He was born in Berkley County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54 page 4

Mrs. Virginia Skeen Rinehart.
DAR ID Number: 53006
Born in Edge Hill, Va.
Wife of Frank Houston Rinehart.
Descendant of Richard Davis.
[p.4] Daughter of William Skeen and George Anna Payne, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of George Harrison Payne, M. D., and Sarah Ann Womack, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Lewis Payne and Nancy Davis, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Richard Davis and Sabina Harrison, his wife.
Richard Davis (1725-1809) served three years as a private in the Virginia Continental line. He died in Bath County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54 page 225

Miss Julia Belle James.
DAR ID Number: 53507
Born in Belton, Texas.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of James Harrison James and Julia Womack, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Julia Brown, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Womack and Fannie Coleman, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54 page 444

Mrs. Anna Greene Miller.
DAR ID Number: 53992
Born in Plantersville, Texas.
Wife of Col. J. Z. Miller, Sr.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of John Hancock Greene and Mary Francis Womack, his wife.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55 page 234

Mrs. Mattie L. J. Hoover.
DAR ID Number: 54539
Born in Amite County, Miss.
Wife of Rev. William Hoover.
Descendant of Alexander Thompson, 1st; Richard Burton, Lieut. Jesse Womack and Solomon Strickland.
Daughter of Alexander Thompson, 3rd (1800-50), and Dorothy Pryor Womack (1814-49), his 2nd wife, m. 1830.
Granddaughter of Alexander Thompson, 2nd (d. 1824), and Eunice Strickland (d. 1829), his wife, m. 1794; Abraham Womack (1782-1860) and Elizabeth Burton (d. 1850), his wife, m. 1800.
Gr-granddaughter of Alexander Thompson, 1st, and Elizabeth Hodge, his wife, m. 1760; Solomon Strickland and Amy Pace, his wife; David Womack and Mary Childress, his wife; Richard Burton and Nancy Hamilton, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Alexander Thompson, 1st (1739-1815), was a refugee to Georgia, where he served as a soldier at the Battle of Kings Mountain. He was born in Philadelphia; died in Madison County, Ga.
Richard Burton (1735-1800) served in Georgia under Col. Elijah Clark. He died in Wilkes County.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Brig.-Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.

Solomon Strickland (1735-1818) served as a soldier in the Revolution. He was born in Ireland; died in Madison County, Ga.
Also Nos. 32952, 44748.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55 page 437

Mrs. Julia Womack James.
DAR ID Number: 54996
Born in Montgomery, Texas.
Wife of James Harrison James.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of Jesse Womack and Julia Brown, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Womack and Fannie Coleman, his wife.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55 page 437

Mrs. Lillie James Myer.
DAR ID Number: 54997
Born in Belton, Texas.
Wife of Isaac S. Myer.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of James Harrison James and Julia Womack, his wife.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 57 page 23

Mrs. Annie Foster Bowie.
DAR ID Number: 56063
Born in Selma, Ala.
Wife of Sydney J. Bowie.
Descendant of Lieut. John Harden Foster, of Virginia.
Daughter of Willis Maxwell Ethridge and Taxana Couch, his wife.
Granddaughter of Wilson H. Couch and Elizabeth Womack, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John H. D. Womack and Sarah McKinney, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Howard McKinney and Elizabeth Foster, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Harden Foster and Martha Wingfield, his wife.
John Harden Foster (1755-1801) enlisted, 1776, and served as ensign and lieutenant in Capt. Ballard Smith's company of infantry from Prince Edward County, Va. He died in Wilkes County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 57 page 23

Mrs. Agnes I. Couch Owen.
DAR ID Number: 56064
Born in Forest City, Ark.
Descendant of Lieut. John Harden Foster.
Daughter of John Womack Couch and Agnes Izard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Wilson H. Couch and Elizabeth Womack, his wife.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 57 page 25

Mrs. Lula Couch Noble.
DAR ID Number: 56069
Born in Forest City, Ark.
Wife of Fred Dorset Noble.
Descendant of Lieut. John Harden Foster.
Daughter of John Womack Couch and Agnes Izard, his wife.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 57 page 253

Mrs. Annie E. Hill.
DAR ID Number: 56735
Born in La Grange, Ga.
Wife of George Hill.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Jonathan Smith.
Daughter of Sherwood Womack and Martha Smith, his wife.
Granddaughter of David Smith and Clara Van Dusen, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Esther Smith, his wife.
Jonathan Smith (1740-1802) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Lanesboro, Mass.; served several terms in the General Assembly and was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention. His military service was with the 2nd regiment, Berkshire County militia. He is buried in Lanesboro, Mass.
Also Nos. 9140, 12470, 46036.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 64 page 103

Miss Elva Powell.
DAR ID Number: 63311
Born in Austin, Texas.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of Pinckney Womack Powell and Flora Chaney, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Powell and Mildred Womack, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Abraham Womack and Elizabeth Burton, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Womack and Nancy Childers, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental army for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 65 page 158

Miss Annie James.
DAR ID Number: 64458
Born in Belton, Texas.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of James Harrison James and Julia Womack, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Julia Brown, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Womack and Fannie Coleman, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 66 page 301

Mrs. Grace Wheeler Booth Womack.
DAR ID Number: 65873
Born in Petersburg, Va.
Wife of James Watson Womack.
Descendant of Capt. James Booth, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Charles Frederick Booth and Mary Catherine Ould, his wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac Patterson Booth and Abigail Wheeler, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Silas Booth and Ruth Curtis, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Booth and Abigail Patterson, his wife.
James Booth (1734-1809) commanded a company of mounted coast guards when Tryon invaded the colony. He was born in Stratford, Conn.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67 page 326

Mrs. Cordelia Aurelia Baker Neale.
DAR ID Number: 66894
Born in Plantersville, Texas.
Wife of William J. Neale.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of Jack Baker and Cordelia Forrester, his wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac Baker and Aurelia Womack, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Womack and Fanny Coleman, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served in the capacity of lieutenant, under Gen. John Twiggs, in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 68 page 127

Mrs. Ella Sealy Newell.
DAR ID Number: 67355
Born in Galveston, Texas.
Wife of Emerson Root Newell.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of George Sealy (1835-1901) and Magnolia Willis (b. 1854), his wife, m. 1875.
Granddaughter of Peter J. Willis (1815-74) and Caroline Womack (1828-63), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Womack, Jr., and Tabitha Ford, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Womack and Fanny Coleman, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.
Also Nos. 53507, 63311.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 74 page 52

Miss Florence Willis.
DAR ID Number: 73132
Born in Galveston, Texas.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of William Henry Willis (1845-88) and Emma Beverly Price (b. 1858), his wife, m. 1877.
Granddaughter of Peter James Willis (1815-73) and Caroline Womack (1828-63), his wife, m. 1845.
Gr-granddaughter of John Womack, Jr., and Tabitha Ford, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Womack and Fanny Coleman, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 75 page 157

Mrs. Louise Reid Chambers.
DAR ID Number: 74423
Born in Greenville, S. C.
Wife of William Jesse Chambers.
Descendant of Major William Pickett, Capt. William Leake, Walter Leake, and Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.
Daughter of Felix Reid (1836-77) and Cornelia Coleman (1839-82), his wife, m. 1857.
[p.157] Granddaughter of Daniel W. Coleman (1812-47) and Hannah Pickett (1816-80), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Coleman (1787-1829) and Nancy Leake (1792-1817), his wife, m. 1814.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Stephen Coleman (1775-1815) and Elizabeth Womack (1785-1815), his wife, m. 1810; Walter Leake and Hannah Pickett (1766-1809), his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Andrew Coleman and Elizabeth Goodman (1742-75), his wife, m. 1760; William Leake and Judith Moseley, his wife; William Pickett and Mourning M. (1729-1801), his wife, m. 1747.
William Pickett (1725-95) was captain, 1775, and, 1776, the Provincial Congress of North Carolina appointed him major. He was born in Caroline County, Va.; died in Anson County, N. C.
William Leake (1734-97) was private in Capt. John Mark's company, Virginia militia. He removed to Anson County, N. C., where he died.
Walter Leake (1761-1844) enlisted as a private at seventeen and served throughout the war. He was born in Rockingham County, N. C., where he and his wife are buried.
 
Benjamin Andrew Coleman served througout the war, and his sword and epaulets are among the treasures of North Carolina. He was born about 1755 in North Carolina; died, 1813, in Jasper County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76 page 166

Mrs. Grace Morton Stewart.
DAR ID Number: 75442
Born in Danville, Va.
Wife of John Joseph Stewart.
Descendant of Col. Thomas Flournoy.
Daughter of Jacob Thomas Morton (b. 1840) and Florida Lightner Womack (b. 1846), his wife, m. 1868.
Granddaughter of John P. Womack (b. 1803) and Louisa Ann Stith (1806-78), his wife, m. 1827.
Gr-granddaughter of Archer Womack and Ann Flournoy (1777-1852), his wife, m. 1797.
[p.166] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Flournoy and Ann Martin, his wife.
Thomas Flournoy (1738-1801) gave both civil and military service. He was a member of the House of Delegates, 1780, and colonel of county militia at the close of the war. He was born and died in Prince Edward County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76 page 272

Mrs. Fannie Ludlow Gully.
DAR ID Number: 75714
Born in Belton, Texas.
Wife of William David Gully.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of B. A. Ludlow (b. 1847) and Jessie Greene (b. 1860), his wife, m. 1879.
Granddaughter of John Hancock Greene and Mary Frances Womack, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Julia Brown, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Womack and Fannie Coleman, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76 page 273

Mrs. Lena Ludlow Miller.
DAR ID Number: 75715
Born in Belton, Texas.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of B. A. Ludlow (b. 1847) and Jessie Greene (b. 1860), his wife, m. 1879.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76 page 299

Mrs. Jessie Prior Allen.
DAR ID Number: 75785
Born in Atlanta, Ga.
Descendant of Thomas Massey.
Daughter of Garland Stephens Prior (b. 1847) and Salonia Garrett (b. 1854), his wife, m. 1872.
[p.299] Granddaughter of Robert Allen Prior (1811-61) and Mary Peeples Massey (1810-99), his 2nd wife, m. 1834.
Gr-granddaughter of Reuben Massey (1781-1843) and Elizabeth Womack (d. 1816), his 1st wife, m. 1804.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Massey and Mary Peeples, his wife.
Thomas Massey (1740-1815) served as a private in the North Carolina Line. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 83 page 82

Mrs. Cecelia Covington Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 82205
Born in Rockingham, N. C.
Wife of Herbert Dalton Thompson.
Descendant of Adjt. William Covington, Capt. Benjamin A. Coleman, William Leake, Walter Leake, and Major William Pickett.
Daughter of Edwin Poythress Covington (1829-1906) and Louisa A. Coleman (1835-86), his wife, m. 1856.
Granddaughter of William L. Covington (1802-64) and Cecelia S. Thomas (1808-79), his wife, m. 1827; Daniel W. Coleman (1812-47) and Hannah Pickett Coleman (1816-80), his wife, m. 1834.
Gr-granddaughter of William C. Covington (1774-1847) and Mary Smith (1780-1850), his wife, m. 1800; Benjamin Stephen Coleman (1775-1815) and Elizabeth Womack (1785-1852), his wife, m. 1800 (parents of Daniel); John Coleman (1787-1829) and Nancy Leake (1792-1817), his wife, m. 1814 (parents of Hannah).
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Covington (1752-1825) and Nancy Love (1756-1826), his wife, m. 1773; Benjamin A. Coleman and Elizabeth Goodman (1738-86), his wife (parents of Benjamin Stephen); Walter Leake and Hannah Pickett (1766-1809), his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Covington and Mary Wall (1730-80), his wife, m. 1750; William Pickett and Mourning M (1729-1881), his wife, m. 1747; William Leake and Judith Manley, his wife, m. 1760.
William Covington (1726-78) served, 1777-78, in the 4th North Carolina regiment. He was born in Essex County, Va.; died in Anson County, N. C.
Benjamin A. Coleman (1735-95) served throughout the war, and his sword and epaulet are among the treasures of North Carolina. He was born in North Carolina; died in Jasper County, Ga.
William Leake (1734-97) was private in Capt. John Marks' company, Virginia militia. He removed to Anson County, N. C., where he died.
Walter Leake (1761-1844) enlisted as a private at seventeen and served throughout the war. He was born in Rockingham County, N. C., where he and his wife are buried.
William Pickett (1725-95) was captain, 1775, and, 1776, the Provincial Congress of North Carolina appointed him major. He was born in Caroline County, Va.; died in Anson County, N. C.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 83 page 348

Mrs. Mary Frances Miller Schnelle.
DAR ID Number: 82908
Born in Belton, Tex.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack.
Daughter of J. Z. Miller (b. 1834) and Anna Greene (1859-1909), his wife, m. 1878.
Granddaughter of John H. Greene and Mary Frances Womack, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Julia Brown, his wife.
[p.348] Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Womack and Fannie Coleman, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Womack and Dorothy Prior, his wife.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 85 page 10

Mrs. May Prior Clark.
DAR ID Number: 84020
Born in Atlanta, Ga.
Wife of Walter Henry Clark.
Descendant of Thomas Massey, as follows:
1. Garland Stephens Prior (b. 1847), m. 1872, Saloma Garrett (b. 1854).
2. Robert Allen Prior (1811-61), m. 1834, Mary Peeples Massey (1810-99).
3. Reuben Massey (1781-1843, m. 1804, Elisabeth Womack (d. 1816).
4. Thomas Massey, m. Mary Peeples.
Thomas Massey (1740-1815) served as private in the North Carolina Line. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 90 page 124

Mrs. Mabel Moon Carter.
DAR ID Number: 89378
Born in Pittsylvania County, Va.
Wife of C. Lanier Carter.
Descendant of William Womack and of Lieut. Edmond Fitzgerald, as follows:
[p.124] 1. E. Breckinridge Moon (b. 1841) m. 1865 Emma V. Womack (b. 1846).
2. Allen Watson Womack (1801-79) m. 1832 Kathryn W. Stone (1816-49).
3. Allen Womack (1766-1829) m. Sallie Womack (1766-1829); James Hoskins Stone (1778-1854) m. Elizabeth Fitzgerald (1786-1865).
4. William Womack m. 1765 Mollie Allen (b. 1746); Edmond Fitzgerald m. 1774 Mildred Payne (b. 1752).
William Womack was a private, 1782, in Capt. Clough Shelton's company. He was born, 1736, in Prince Edward County, Virginia, and was living in Pittsylvania County, 1783.
Edmond Fitzgerald served as ensign and lieutenant, 1778-81, in the Pittsylvania County militia. He was born, 1742, at sea, and died in Pittsylvania County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 90 page 286

Mrs. Dorothy Virginia Hoover Heinzerling.
DAR ID Number: 89877
Born in Summit, Miss.
Wife of W. H. Heinzerling.
Descendant of Alexander Thompson, as follows:
1. Rev. William Hoover (1832-1903) m. 1852 Martha L. J. Thompson (b. 1834).
2. Alexander Thompson (1800-50) m. 1830 Dorothy Pryor Womack (1815-49).
[p.286] 3. Alexander Thompson (1771-1814) m. Eunice Strickland (d. 1848).
4. Alexander Thompson m. 1762 Elizabeth Hodges (1745-1820).
Alexander Thompson (1739-1815) was a refugee to Georgia, where he served as a private. He was born in Scotland; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96 page 286

Mrs. Helen Prior Graves.
DAR ID Number: 95896
Wife of Phillip Graves.
Descendant of Thomas Massey, as follows:
1. Garland Stephen Prior (b. 1847) m. 1872 Saloma Garrett (b. 1854).
2. Robert Allen Prior (1811-61) m. 2nd 1834 Mary Peeples Massey (1810-99).
3. Reuben Massey (1781-1843) m. 1804 Elizabeth Womack (d. 1816).
4. Thomas Massey m. Mary Peeples.
Thomas Massey (1740-1815) served as a private in the North Carolina Line. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 page 222

Mrs. Pauline Womack Wright.
DAR ID Number: 97714
Born in Greene County, Ala.
Wife of Gen. Marcus J. Wright.
Descendant of Ensign Jacob Lewis, as follows:
1. John Warburton Womack (1807-63) m. 1839 Ann Miller Beville (1808-85).
2. Mansel Womack (1770-1826) m. 1805 Mary Maria Lewis (1773-1856).
3. Jacob Lewis m. 1769 Sarah Avery Noland (1750-1841).
Jacob Lewis (1750-1812) served as ensign in the expedition to Fort Pitt. He was born in Berkley County; died in Virginia.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 page 138

Mrs. Caroline Eaton Adams.
DAR ID Number: 98436
Born in Marshall, Tex.
Wife of Dr. W. A. Adams.
Descendant of Jonathan Smith, as follows:
1. George Sherman Eaton (d. 1866) m. Vandenjen Smith (1828-99).
2. Otis Smith m. Sarah Womack.
3. David Smith (1766-1860) m. Clara Vandenjen (1775-1828).
4. Jonathan Smith m. Esther (1744-97).
Jonathan Smith (1740-1802) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Lanesborough, served several terms in the General Assembly, and was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention. His military service was with the 2nd regiment, Berkshire County militia. He died in Lanesborough, Mass.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102 page 177

Mrs. Ada Kemp Dodge.
DAR ID Number: 101591
Wife of Clarence Porter Dodge.
Descendant of Capt. Johnathan David Kemp, as follows:
1. Dempsey Kemp (b. 1844) m. 1865 Martha Taylor (1846-1910).
2. Peter Hutchinson Kemp m. Permelia Womack.
3. Dempsey Kemp (b. 1792) m. 1810 Sallie Hutchinson.
4. Johnathan David Kemp m. 1779 Elizabeth Womack (b. 1759).
Johnathan David Kemp (1755-1808) served as captain in the Revolution and was engaged in the battle of Bunker Hill. He was born in Maine; died in St. Helena Parish, La.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 page 297

Mrs. Mattie Baker Stephenson.
DAR ID Number: 103966
Born in Grimes County, Tex.
Wife of Edwin Napier Stephenson.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack, as follows:
1. Jack Baker (1834-87) m. 1859 Cordella H. A. Forrester (b. 1843).
2. Isaac Baker (1800-61) m. 1827 Aurelia Womack (1804-81).
3. John Womack (1776-1848) m. Frances Coleman (1781-1852).
4. Jesse Womack m. Dorothy Prior.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 page 298

Miss Edna Stephenson.
DAR ID Number: 103967
Born in Waco, Tex.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack, as follows:
1. Edwin Napier Stephenson (b. 1860) m. 1884 Mattie Baker (b. 1863).


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 page 253

Mrs. Ethel Savage Womack.
DAR ID Number: 107772
Born in Mancelona, Mich.
Wife of J. P. Womack.
Descendant of Moses Chaplin, as follows:
1. George E. Savage (b. 1856) m. 1875 Mary E. Bradford (b. 1858).
2. Hiram Bradford (b. 1830) m. 1850 Martha Chaplin (1832-85).
3. Hosea Chaplin (1807-85) m. Almira Harmon (1808-98).
4. Aaron Chaplin m. Marcia Kimball.
5. Moses Chaplin m. Mary Platts.
Moses Chaplin (1760-1840) enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Josiah Brown's company, Col. Enoch Hale's regiment, at Ticonderoga. He was born in New Rowley, Mass.; died in Clarendon, Vt.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 page 152

Mrs. Mary Skeen Venable.
DAR ID Number: 109491
Born in Alleghany, Va.
Wife of Edgar Wirt Venable.
Descendant of Richard Davis, as follows:
1. William Skeen (1818-93) m. 2nd 1870 George Anna Payne (1843-1913).
2. Dr. George Harrison Payne (1799-1862) m. 1841 Sarah Ann Womack (1821-94).
3. Lewis Payne (1761-1827) m. Nancy Davis (b. 1775).
4. Richard Davis m. Sabina Harrison.
Richard Davis (1725-1809) received land bounty for service as private, Virginia Line. He was born in Wales (or Northumberland County, Va.); died in Bath County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 page 35

Mrs. Jesse Baker Cudlipp.
DAR ID Number: 111104
Born in Plantersville, Texas.
Wife of E. H. Cudlipp.
Descendant of Ensign Elisha Cady and of Lieut. Jesse Womack, as follows:
1. Jesse Cross Baker m. 1892 Mattie Cady (b. 1868).
2. Jack Baker (1834-87) m. 1859 Cordella Henretta A. Forester (b. 1843); Henry Albert Cady (b. 1840) m. 1st 1867 Mattie Crundwell (d. 1868).
3. Isaac Baker (1800-61) m. 1827 Aurelia Womack (1804-81); Palmer Van Rensselaer Cady (b. 1818) m. 1839 Francis Betts.
4. Palmer Cady (1773-1828) m. 1797 Sophia Fredericks (b. 1781); John Womack (1776-1848) m. Frances Coleman (1781-1852).
5. Elisha Cady m. 1772 Ruth Waterman (1757-1840); Jesse Womack m. Dorothy Prior.
Elisha Cady (1750-1827) in 1778 was ensign in Capt. John Davis' company, Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Coventry, Conn.
 
[p.35] Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 page 108

Mrs. Elizabeth Armstrong Ray.
DAR ID Number: 111329
Born in Louisville, Ky.
Wife of Eugene Howard Ray.
Descendant of William Bryan, Mary Boone Bryan, Daniel Boone Bryan, Lieut. James Holmes, Amasa Chamberlain, Robert Tyler, William Briscoe, Jesse Womack, William Womack, and Edward Tyler, as follows:
1. William Oglesby Armstrong (1844-1905) m. 1870 Sallie (Sarah) Womack (1851-1901).
2. George W. Womack (1826-1901) m. Mary Holmes Chamberlain (1831-88).
3. John Womack m. 1813 Phoebe Bryan; Jason Chamberlain (1810-1901) m. 1831 Sarah Holmes (1807-85).
4. Daniel Boone Bryan m. Elizabeth Turner; Jesse Holmes (1775-1840) m. 1803 Nancy Tyler (1780-1874); Warren Chamberlain (1779-1852) m. Polly Phelps (1778-1832); Jesse Womack m. Sarah Daniel (d. 1824).
5. William Bryan m. 1750 Mary Boone (1736-1819); James Holmes m. 1764 Margaret Lewis (b. 1745); Amasa Chamberlain m. 1772 Molly Briscoe (1757-1824); Robert Tyler m. 1772 Margaret Tyler (1755-1840); William Womack, Jr., m. Mary .
6. William Briscoe m. 1745 Dinah (1721-97); William Womack; Edward Tyler m. 1749 Nancy Langley (1732-1820).
William Bryan (1733-80) served in the border warfare until he was massacred by the Indians. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Fayette County, Ky.
Daniel Boone Bryan (1758-1845) served as a soldier in the North Carolina Line. He was born in North Carolina; died in Fayette County, Ky.
Mary Boone Bryan (1736-1819) carried water at Bryan's Station. She was born in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky.
James Holmes (1743-1833) was ensign and lieutenant in the 2nd Virginia State regiment, 1777-81. He was born in Prince William County, Va.; died in Shelby County, Ky.
Amasa Chamberlain (1748-1826) was private in Capt. John Alger's company of Vermont militia. He was born in Colchester; died in Strafford, Vt.
Robert Tyler (1751-1815) served as private and frontiersman of Virginia and Kentucky. He was born at Cross Creek, Va.; died in Shelby County, Ky.
William Briscoe (1719-97) served as private in Capt. John Alger's company of Vermont troops. He died in Strafford, Vt.
Jesse Womack was a soldier of the Revolution from Bedford County, Va., where in 1782 he died.
[p.108] William Womack (1710-91), a patriot, served as teamster. He was born in Henrico County; died in Cumberland County, Va.
Edward Tyler (1719-1802) was a delegate for Jefferson County, Ky., 1781. He was born in Anne Arundel County, Md.; died in Jefferson County, Ky.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 121 page 67

Mrs. Frances Lee Turner.
DAR ID Number: 120209
Born in Bridgeport, Ala.
Wife of Edward Kimbrough Turner.
[p.67] Descendant of Robert Bean, John Brown and Lieut. Peter Brown, as follows:
1. Elisha Lightfoot Lee (b. 1840) m. 1875 Millie Beene (b. 1847).
2. Guilford Lee (1821-75) m. 1839 Alice Brown Deakins (1816-76); Owen Russell Beene (1816-95) m. 1835 Martha Roulston (1816-97).
3. Absalom Deakins (1781-1852) m. 1803 Mary Brown (1783-1859); Obadiah Beene (1785-1840) m. 1808 Barbara Heifner (1791-1874).
4. Robert Bean m. Martha Womack; John Brown m. 1st 1780 Alice Nodding (1762-84).
5. Peter Brown.
Peter Brown was lieutenant of Maryland troops. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland; died, 1815, in Knox County, Tenn.
John Brown (1760-1822) served as private in Capt. Evan Shelby's company. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland; died in Knox County, Tenn.

Robert Bean (1750-1824) was a rifleman under Colonel Clark at the Battle of Kings Mountain. He was born in Pittsylvania County, Va.; died in Marion County, Tenn.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 122 page 207

Mrs. Katharine Files Garner Collins.
DAR ID Number: 121647
Born in Mobile, Ala.
Wife of James Sumner Collins.
Descendant of Francis Coleman, Lieut. Jesse Womack, Robert Hicks and Lieut. John Files, as follows:
1. John H. Garner (1845-86) m. 1868 Frances Womack Files (b. 1848).
2. Joseph T. Files (1813-48) m. 1839 Frances Coleman Womack (1818-51); John Hicks Garner (1812-76) m. 1837 Mary Eliza Bell (1819-1901).
3. David J. Files (1775-1820) m. Elizabeth Jones (1777-1862); John W. Womack (1776-1848) m. Frances Coleman (1781-1852); Burgess Garner (b. 1787) m. 1805 Mary Hicks (b. 1781).
4. John Files m. Catherine ; Jesse Womack m. Dorothy Prior; Francis Coleman m. Margaret (1750-1804); Robert Hicks m. 1780 Mary Dudley.
Francis Coleman (1744-1823) served as a soldier under Col. Elijah Clark, Georgia troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Washington County, Ala.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.

Robert Hicks (1759-1829) served in the North Carolina militia and was engaged in the battle of Guilford Court House. He died in Granville County, N. C.

John Files served as lieutenant in Col. Andrew Pickens' regiment, South Carolina Line. He was born in Augusta County, Va.; died, after 1780, in South Carolina.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 122 page 215

Mrs. Susan Womack Lewis.
DAR ID Number: 121669
Born in Danville, Va.
Wife of George Noland Lewis.
Descendant of Lieut. Edmund Fitzgerald, as follows:
1. Van Buren Womack (1838-95) m. 1860 Jane E. Stone (1841-90).
2. James F. Stone (1814-54) m. Mary Ann Rebecka Stone (1822-61).
[p.215] 3. James Haskins Stone (1778-1854) m. 1803 Elizabeth Fitzgerald (1786-1865).
4. Edmund Fitzgerald m. 1774 Mildred Payne (b. 1754).
Edmund Fitzgerald served as ensign and lieutenant, 1778-81, in the Pittsylvania County militia. He was born, 1742, at sea, and died in Pittsylvania County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 148 page 45

Mrs. Dorothy Miller Kester.147144
Born in Belton, Texas.
Wife of R. B. Kester.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack, as follows:
1. William Robert Miller (b. 1879) m. 1898 Sabelle Taylor (b. 1880).
2. J. Z. Miller (b. 1834) m. 1878 Anna Greene (1859-1909).
3. John Hancock Greene (1837-63) m. 1858 Mary Frances Womack (b. 1839).
4. Jesse Womack (1812-84) m. Julia Brown (1818-48).
5. John Womack m. Frances Coleman (1781-1852).
6. Jesse Womack m. Dorothy Prior.
Jesse Womack (1739-1815) served as lieutenant under Gen. John Twiggs in the Continental Army, for which service he received a land grant. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 148 page 45

Mrs. Ruth Jessie Miller Gallher.147145
Born in Belton, Texas.
Wife of Carl Gallher.
Descendant of Lieut. Jesse Womack, as follows:
1. William Robert Miller (b. 1879) m. 1898 Sabelle Taylor (b. 1880).


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 156 page 31

Mrs. Louise Burwell Mosby.
DAR ID Number: 155095
Born in Prince Edward County, Va.
Wife of Junius B. Mosby.
Descendant of Col. Lewis Burwell and of Capt. John Stith, as follows:
1. John L. Burwell (1829-55) m. 1852 Nannie Womack (1833-1900).
2. Peyton R. Burwell (b. 1792) m. Jane Seawell; John Womack (1803-70) m. 1827 Louisa Stith (1806-78).
3. Lewis Burwell m. 2d Elizabeth R. Harrison (d. 1824); John Stith m. Ann Washington.
Lewis Burwell (1745-1800) was colonel of Virginia militia and was in command at Yorktown. He was born in Williamsburg; died in Mecklenburg County, Va.

John Stith (1755-1808) served as lieutenant, captain and brevet major in the Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Brunswick County, Va.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 163 page 121

Mrs. Julia Mcdaniel Rochelle.
DAR ID Number: 162402
Born in Hubbard, Texas.
Wife of R. C. Rochelle.
Descendant of Francis Coleman, as follows:
1. Eugene McDaniel (1867-1909) m. 1888 Julia Womack (1868-89).
2. Daniel Browne Womack (b. 1840) m. 1866 Mary Greene (b. 1839).
3. Jesse Womack (1807-84) m. 1838 Anna Julia Browne (1805-49).
4. John Womack (1776-1848) m. Frances Coleman (1781-1852).
5. Francis Coleman m. Margaret (1750-1804).
Francis Coleman (1744-1823) served as private in the Georgia troops under Col. Elijah Clark. He was born in Virginia; died in Washington County, Ala.


Wommack

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76 page 129

Miss Katherine Louise Mathews.
DAR ID Number: 75350
Born in Louisiana, Mo.
Descendant of Capt. Windle Oury.
Daughter of Edwin Foster Mathews and Mary Jane Wommack, his wife, m. 1865.
Granddaughter of Richard Mathews and Catherine Oury (1801-91), his wife, m. 1817.
Gr-granddaughter of George Oury and Nancy Sanders, his 2nd wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Windle Oury and Catharine Peterpenner, his wife.
Windle Oury was captain in the 8th Pennsylvania regiment, 1776-77, under the command of Col. Daniel Broadhead. He was born in Germany before 1747.


Wormack

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47 page 17

Mrs. Letitia E. Wormack Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 46033
Born in Jackson, Miss.
Descendant of Walton Harris.
Daughter of Jacob Burton Wormack and Martha Letitia Dickson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Gen. David Dickson and Letitia Harris, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Buckner Harris and Matilda Early, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Walton Harris and Rebecca Lanier, his wife.
Walton Harris (1739-95) served in the army and while absent from home in Georgia his house was burned by the British. His wife and children took refuge in a hay stack. He was born in Brunswick County, Va.; died in Greene County, Ga.
Also Nos. 2628, 3195, 43360, 44748.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 53 page 164

Mrs. Julia Bailey Tillar.
DAR ID Number: 52351
Born in Bristol, Tenn.
Wife of William T. Tillar.
Descendant of Rev. Joseph Rhea, Col. Thomas Flournoy, and Robert Preston.
Daughter of David Flournoy Bailey (b. 1845) and Sarah Eleanor Preston (b. 1843), his wife, m. 1872.
Granddaughter of Joseph R. Bailey (1815-57) and Julia Anne Wormack (1813-67), his wife, m. 1838; John Fairman Preston (1811-75) and Jane Nancy Rhea (1819-76), his wife, m. 1837.
Gr-granddaughter of Archer Wormack and Anne Flournoy, his wife; Samuel Rhea (1769-1843) and Nancy Breden (1780-1856), his wife; Robert Preston and Jennie (Preston), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Rhea and Elizabeth McIlwaine (1720-86), his wife, m. 1757; Thomas Flournoy and Anne Martin, his wife; Robert Preston and Peggy Rhea, his wife (parents of Jennie).
Joseph Rhea (1715-77) in 1775-76 served under Col. William Christian in the campaign against the Indians invading Tennessee. He was born in Ireland; died in Maryland.

Thomas Flournoy (1738-1801) gave both civil and military service. He was a member of the House of Delegates in 1780 and colonel of County militia at the close of the war. He was born and died in Prince Edward County, Va.
[p.164] Robert Preston (1750-1831) served as a private in the 2nd Virginia regiment, under Capt. John Harrison and Col. Christian Febiger. He was born in Ireland.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 103 page 236

Mrs. Corinne Kennard Norwood.
DAR ID Number: 102768
Born in Navasota, Texas.
Wife of Shields Norwood.
Descendant of Robert Raines, as follows:
1. Abraham Wormack Kennard (1848-1908) m. 1876 Lizzie Terrell (b. 1858).
2. John Terrell (1831-68) m. 1856 Susan White (1837-88).
3. Dr. Thomas W. Terrell (1794-1865) m. 1820 Martha E. H. Raines (1800-55).
4. Robert Raines m. Sarah T. Hamilton (1775-1830).
Robert Raines (1766-1816) served as a private in the Georgia Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Twiggs County Ga.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 page 45

Mrs. Sarah Eleanor T. Land.
DAR ID Number: 117143
Born in Bristol, Va.
Wife of W. H. Land.
Descendant of Col. Thomas Flournoy, as follows:
1. William Thomas Tillar (b. 1874) m. 1894 Julia Flournoy Bailey (b. 1874).
2. David Flournoy Bailey (b. 1845) m. 1872 Sarah Eleanor Preston (b. 1843).
3. Joseph R. Bailey (1815-57) m. 1838 Julia Anne Wormack (1813-64).
4. Archer Wormack m. Anne Flournoy.
5. Thomas Flournoy m. Anne Martin.
Thomas Flournoy (1738-1801) gave both civil and military servic**** He was a member of the House of Delegates, 1780, and colonel o**** county militia at the close of the War. He was born and died i**** Prince Edward County, Va.


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