Descendants of Charles Augustus Womack Generation No. 1 1



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21. DAVID8 WOMACK (RICHARD MANSEL7, DAVID6, RICHARD5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born 8 May 1800, and died 20 July 1886. He married MILDRED "MILLIE" WOMACK 16 March 1827 in Liberty, KS, daughter of DAVID WOMACK and SARAH NORRIS.



Child of DAVID WOMACK and MILDRED WOMACK is:

26. i. JOHN CROSSLEY9 WOMACK, b. 21 December 1827, MS; d. 4 March 1890, Cameron, TX.

22. ABNER PRYOR8 WOMACK (RICHARD MANSEL7, DAVID6, RICHARD5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born 5 May 1806 in Jefferson Co. GA, and died 16 January 1893 in Morgan, Bosque Co. TX. He married (1) ANNASTASIA SHORT Abt. 1829 in Copiah Co. MS. She was born Bet. 1810 - 1815 in MS, and died 1851 in Polk Co. TX. He married (2) TELITHA ELIZABETH KIRBY FURGUSON 17 February 1853 in Polk Co. TX. She was born 20 March 1824 in KY, and died 23 February 1899 in Morgan, Bosque Co. TX.
Notes for ABNER PRYOR WOMACK:

Information from http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/e/a/Patsy-J-Seay/GENE6-0001.html
Abner died in the home of his son Abner Carroll.
Abner Pryor Womack came from MS to St. Helena Parish, LA then TX. He first came to East Texas then Central Texas.
Notes for ABNER PRYOR WOMACK:

This branch of the Womack family lived in Georgia until 1809, then moved to Louisiana until 1825; Mississippi until 1850 when they moved to Polk County, Texas where they stayed until their journey to Bosque County in 1859.

Except for a year in Brown County, Texas where Abner and family moved to try ranching he and Telitha lived in Bosque County all their lives where they farmed. Abner was proud of his

membership in the Masonic Lodge. He belonged to Westville Lodge 78 in Pinola, Mississippi, Unity Lodge 102 in Moscow (Polk County) Texas, Meridian Lodge 268 in Meridian (Bosque County) Texas, Brownwood Lodge 279 in Brownwood, Texas and Morgan Lodge 588 in Morgan, Texas.

He was remembered as a man with a good sense of humor. He and Telitha were loved by all who knew them. From the book, " HISTORY OF TEXAS" c. 1896, supplemented with biographical edition of many prominent persons - central Texas"; it says of Abner P. Womack - "For many years he was an honored member of the Methodist-Episcopal Church and to the last cherished a loving faith in his Savior, dying in the full hope of immortal life. Politically he was a Republican from the time of the organization of the part." This article is about Abner Pryor's son, Abner Carroll, but mentions his parents, brothers and sisters.

From the book, ED NICHOLS RODE A HORSE, c 1943, it is mentioned that at one time the A.P. Womack family had 3 bloodhounds named Ball, Crook and Red. This book also tells that the cattle brand that Abner used in Brown County was a heart and diamond.

The 1860 census of Meridian, Bosque County, Texas shows their personal property value at $3,530; no real estate value given. The 1870 Meridian, Bosque County, Texas shows their personal property value at $3,000. and their real estate value at $2,500.

1830 federal census, Copiah County, Mississippi, pg 131, listed as Abner Warmack

1840 federal census, Simpson County, Mississippi, pg 219, listed as A. P. Womack

1850 federal census, If I have this I can't find it. He had bought land in Polk Co Texas by 1851

1860 federal census, Meridian, Bosque Co, Texas, pg 036, listed as A. P. Wammack

1870 federal census, Meridian, Bosque Co, Texas, pg 411, listed as Wammack, Abner

1880 federal census, 13th district, Bosque County, Texas, pg 440, listed as Womack, A. P.

Other source: THE HISTORY OF BOSQUE COUNTY, c. 1985.
The following information has been taken from the Copiah County, MS records and was sent to me from Wayne Calk, Womack descendant and researcher.
Concerning land sale that Abner P. Womack, his wife and his mother, Martha made. This information was sent to me from Wayne Calk, a Womack descendant and researcher.
"This indenture made this third day of January 1835 between Abner P. Womack, Anastasia Womack his wife, and Martha Womack of Copiah County & State of Mississippi of the first part and Stephen H. Johnson of the County and State aforesaid of the second part Witnesseth, that the parties of the first part have this day for and in consideration of the sum of $250. to them in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged Granted Bargained Sold and confirmed and by these presents do Grant Bargain Sell and confirm unto the said Stephen H. Johnson a certain track or parcel of Land lying and being in the County and State aforesaid known and designated as follows to wit: The east half of the north east quarter of Section 21 Township, No. 10, Range No. 5 East containing eighty acres be the same more or less To have and to hold the same together with all and singular the rights, privileges, immunities and appurtenances unto the said Stephen H. Johnson his heirs and assigns in fee Simple forever And the said Abner P. Womack; Anastasia Womack and Martha Womack a clear and indefeasible title in fee Simple in and to the said track or parcel of Land herein described and hereby conveyed unto the said Stpehen H. Johnson his heirs and assigns will and do hereby for themselves their heirs and assigns against the claim or claims of all and every person claiming or to claim forever warrant and defend In testimony whereof the Party of the first part have hereunto Set their hand and Seals the day and Year first above written

his

Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of } Abner x P Womack (seal)

his his } mark

John x Dickered William x Womack } her

mark mark } Anna Stacy x Womack (seal)

her } mark

Sarah Ann x Southerland } her

mark } Martha x Womack (seal)

mark"
"The State of Mississippi } Personally appeared before the undersigned Justice of the Peace in and for said County Abner P.

Copiah County } Womack party to the foregoing Indenture who acknowledged that he signed sealed and delivered the same as their proper acts and deed for the purposes therein mentioned Also appeared Anastasia Womack wife of the said Abner P. Womack and party to the written Indenture who acknowledged that she signed sealed and delivered the same without any threats or compulsion on the part of her husband as her proper act and deed for the purposes therein specified. Given under my hand this 6th day of January A.D. 1835

A. A. Harvey (J. P.)"

"Received for Record January 12th & Recorded January 21st 1835."

"This indenture made this 3rd day of January 1835 between Abner P. Womack and Anastasia Womack his wife of the County of Copiah and State of Mississippi of the first part and Stephen H. Johnson of the County and State aforesaid of the second part Witnesses that the said Abner P. Womack and Anastasia Womack his wife party of the first part have this day for and in consideration of the sum of $250. to them in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged. Granted bargained sold and confirmed and by these presents do grant bargain sell and confirm unto the said Stephen H. Johnson party of the second part a certain track or parcel of land lying and being in the county and state aforesaid known and designated as follows towit the west half of the N.E. 1/4th of Section 21 Township No. 10, Range No. 5 East containing eighty acres be the same more of less to have and to hold the same to the said Stephen H. Johnson his heirs and assigns for their own proper use and behalf forever together with all and singular the rights privileges and immunities to the same pertaining or in any wise belonging and the said Abner P. Womack and Anastasia Womack his wife the right and title in fee simple of the track or parcel of land herein before the described and intended to be conveyed unto the said Stephen H. Johnson his heirs & assigns against the claim or claims of all and every person or persons claiming or to claim will and do hereby for themselves their heirs executors Administrators and assigns forever warrant and defend.
Intestimory whereof, we the parties of the first part have hereto set our hands and seals the day and year first above written.

his

Signed Sealed and delivered in Abner P. x Womack (Seal)

presence of mark

Anna Stacy Womack (Seal)

(bland, nothing written here. PJS)
"The State of Mississippi } Personally appeared before the undersigned Justice of the Peace in and for the County aforesaid Abner

Copiah County } P. Womack party of the first part to the foregoing indenture who acknowledged that he signed sealed and delivered the same as his proper act & deed for the purposes therein specified also at the same time appeared Anastasia Womack who acknowledged that she signed sealed and delivered the written indenture as her proper act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned of her own voluntary will without any fear threat or compulsion from her said husband Given under my hand this 6th day of January A.D. 1835

A. A. Harvey J. P.

Received for Record January 12th, 1835 Recorded January 21th 1835 "

"This indenture made this 2nd day of May 1836 between Stephen H. Johnson of the County of Copiah and State of Mississippi of the first part and Zeba Hall, Albert G. Brown, and Thomas Holliday, of the County and State aforesaid of the second part witness that the said Stephen H. Johnson hath this day for and in consideration of the sum of $2,500. (quite a difference from $250 above. PJS) to him in hand paid by the party of the second part at and before the sealing and delivery of this presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged granted bargained sold and conveyed and doth grant bargain sell and convey unto the party of the second part all the right title and interest which he has in and to the North East __?__ of section 21, township 10, north of Range 6 East, lying and being in the county aforesaid containing 160 acres more or less being the same upon which a preemption right was proven by Abner P. Womack and Martha Womack. Also the North East fourth of section 28 of Township 10 North of Range six East and the West half of the North West Fourth of section 27 in the same township and Range containing 140 acres be the same more or less being the same sold Christopher Loving to the said Stephen H. Johnson and already incumbered with the payment of $350. by mortgage to the party of the second part, of this identure to have and to hold the said real estate, together with all and singular the appurtenances unto the same belonging unto the same Zeba Hall, Albert G. Brown, and Thomas Holliday their heirs and assigns forever. The same Stephen H. Johnson doth for himself his heirs executors administrators and assigns all and singular the right title and interest which he as in and to the herein before described property against the lawful claim or claims of all and every person or persons forever warrant and defend. In trust nevertheless and it is the true meaning and intent of these presents that whereas the party of the second part by indorsing a certain note made negotiable and payable in the Branch Bank of the United States at Natchez by the said Stephen H. Johnson for the sum of $1.699. dated in the year 1835 and which was transferred by the Branch Bank aforesaid to the ____?_____ Bank of the State of Mississippi and upon which suit has been brought in the Circuit Court of Copiah County to the May Term 1836, against the Executors aforesaid, have become liable for the amount, of said note and costs, and whereas the party of the second part have entered into a bond at the time when the same shall become payable, now of the said Stephen H. Johnson shall will and hereby pay said bond or cause it to be paid and satisfied so as to save harmless the said Zeba Hall, Albert G. Brown, and Thomas Holliday then this instrument is to be null and void else to remain in full force and ___?____ In testimony whereof the said party of the first part hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the date first before written.

S. H. Johnson (Seal) "

"The State of Mississippi } Personally appeared before the undersigned Justice of the Peace in and for the County aforesaid

Copiah County } Stephen H. Johnson party of the first part of the within and foregoing indenture who acknowledged that he signed sealed and delivered the same as his proper act and deed, for the purposes therein specified. Given under my hand and seal this 7th day of May A.D. 1836

R. Johnson J. P. (Seal)

Filed for record 8th of May 1836. Recorded 8th June 1836

Rowland Johnson, Clk"
More About ABNER PRYOR WOMACK:

Burial: Womack - White Family Cemetery ~ Morgan, Texas

Fact 1: He was a Mason.

Have Photo: Have a photo

Occupation: Farmer

Religion: Methodist - Episcopal
Notes for ANNASTASIA "STACY" SHORT:

I have seen a report on Internet that gives her parents as Davis and Unity Short. This information is not true. They could have been kin somehow since they lived near one another but I don't know how.
More About ANNASTASIA "STACY" SHORT:

Burial: Polk County, Texas

Fact 1: Nickname: Stacy

Location at death: Polk County, Texas
More About ABNER WOMACK and ANNASTASIA SHORT:

Marriage: Abt. 1829, Copiah County Mississippi11
More About TELITHA ELIZA KIRBY FURGUSON:

Burial: White Family Cemetery, Morgan, Texas
More About ABNER WOMACK and TELITHA FURGUSON:

Marriage: 17 Feb 1853, Polk County Texas

More About TELITHA ELIZABETH KIRBY FURGUSON:

Burial: Womack-White Cemetery, Morgan, Bosque Co. TX



Children of ABNER WOMACK and ANNASTASIA SHORT are:

27. i. RICHARD MANSEL9 WOMACK, b. March 1846, Simpson Co. MS.

28. ii. ELBERT WASHINGTON WOMACK, b. 6 August 1830, Copiah Co. MS; d. 8 November 1904, Bosque Co. TX.

29. iii. SAMANTHA JANE WOMACK, b. 1832, Copiah Co. MS.

30. iv. PHEDORA THERESA WOMACK, b. 22 March 1833, Copiah Co. MS; d. 30 May 1875, Morgan, Bosque Co. TX.

31. v. ABNER CARROLL WOMACK, b. 15 February 1835, Simpson Co. MS; d. 25 March 1910, Bosque Co. TX.

32. vi. CALVIN GREEN WOMACK, b. 27 November 1836, Jefferson Co. MS; d. 10 November 1905, Morgan, Bosque Co. TX.

33. vii. ANGELINA WOMACK, b. 28 April 1838, Simpson Co. MS; d. 29 August 1922, Itasca, Hill Co. TX.

34. viii. NANCY E. WOMACK, b. 11 October 1840, Simpson Co. MS; d. 1878, Morgan, Bosque Co. TX.

ix. SARAH WOMACK, b. 1842, Simpson Co. MS; m. UNKNOWN FERRELL.

x. HENRY C. WOMACK, b. 1844, Simpson Co. MS; d. Died Young.

xi. JULIA ANN WOMACK, b. 1848, Simpson Co. MS; m. D.E. WILDER, 30 November 1876, Bosque Co. TX.

35. xii. NATHAN BENJAMIN WOMACK, b. 1 August 1849, Simpson Co. MS; d. 22 September 1915, Corpus Christi, Nueces Co. TX.

xiii. NAOMI WOMACK, b. Bet. 1850 - 1851.


Children of ABNER WOMACK and TELITHA FURGUSON are:

xiv. STACY A.9 WOMACK, b. 1854, Polk Co. TX; d. 1871, Polk Co. TX.
Notes for STACY A. WOMACK:

Stacy never married.
xv. "DOC" WOMACK, b. 1856, Polk Co. TX; d. Died Young in Bosque Co. TX.

xvi. JACOB PRYOR WOMACK, b. 1858, Polk Co. TX; m. GEORGIA CRUCE, 15 July 1884, Bosque Co. TX.
Notes for JACOB PRYOR WOMACK:

Jake played the fiddle. Source: from the book; ED NICHOLS RODE A HORSE, c.1943.


xvii. THOMAS WOMACK, b. 1860, Bosque Co. TX; d. Died young in Bosque Co. TX.

xviii. JOSEPH WALLACE WOMACK, b. 1864, Bosque Co. TX; d. 11 September 1914, Springhill, Webster Co. LA; m. IVY NONA WALLACE, 1900, LA.
Notes for JOSEPH WALLACE WOMACK:

He left home at age 18.
36. xix. MILDRED PRYOR WOMACK, b. 11 September 1868, Bosque Co. TX; d. 4 July 1945, Morgan, Bosque Co. TX.

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