Generation No. 1 1. CHARLES AUGUSTUS1 WOMACK was born Abt. 1575 in England.
Child of CHARLES AUGUSTUS WOMACK is:
2. i. WILLIAM2 WOMACK, b. 1607, Wragby, Lincolnshire, England; d. 1 August 1697, Henrico Co. VA.
Generation No. 2 2. WILLIAM2 WOMACK (CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born 1607 in Wragby, Lincolnshire, England, and died 1 August 1697 in Henrico Co. VA. He married MARY JANE ALLEN Abt. 1643 in Henrico Co. VA, daughter of TIMOTHY ALLEN. She was born 1615 in Kent, England, and died 1677 in Henrico Co. VA. Notes for WILLIAM WOMACK:
William Womack, according to the Edward Pleasant Valentine papers, lived in Bristol Par. Henrico Co., Va. before 1679. Name of wife unknown. He arrived at the Virginia Colony between 1630 and 1640. He was a tobacco farmer and planter. Sources:
Womack & Associated Families Genealogical Exchange, Ray Bryan Womack,
Palmdale, FL, 1993.
"Genealogies of Virginia Families", Vol. V, Thomas L. Hollowak, p.857,
"Descendants of William Womack, The Immigrant", Martha McDaniel Thompson,
Redding, CA, 1982.
Children of WILLIAM WOMACK and MARY ALLEN are:
3. i. RICHARD3 WOMACK I, b. 1655, Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA; d. 22 March 1683/84, Henrico Co. VA.
ii. THOMAS WOMACK, b. 1647, Henrico Co. VA; d. 1697; m. MARY.
iii. WILLIAM WOMACK, b. 1643, Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA; d. Bef. 1674; m. JANE.
4. iv. ABRAHAM WOMACK, b. 1645, Henrico Co. VA; d. 1735, Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA.
v. MARY WOMACK, b. 1657, VA; m. THOMAS PUCKETT; b. 1658, Henrico Co. VA.
vi. JANE WOMACK, b. 1648, VA; m. (1) HENRY PEW, JR.; m. (2) JOHN ATKINS.
vii. JOHN WOMACK, b. 1653, VA; d. February 1724/25, Martin Brandon Parish, Prince George Co. VA; m. MARY.
5. viii. ANNE WOMACK, b. 1657, Of Henrico Co. VA; d. 1694, Henrico Co. VA.
Generation No. 3 3. RICHARD3 WOMACK I (WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born 1655 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA, and died 22 March 1683/84 in Henrico Co. VA. He married MARY ELIZABETH RUTH PUCKETT June 1679 in VA, daughter of JOHN PUCKETT and ANNE JEFFERYS. She was born 1656 in Henrico Co. VA, and died 1692. Notes for RICHARD WOMACK I:
Richard received a patent for 450 acres of land in Henrico Co., March 15, 1672. This land lays on the North side of the Appomattox River adjoining Aspen Swamp. Richard, a trader with the Indians, was killed probably by the Seneca Indians while returning from a trip to the interior. After Richards death Mary married John Granger sometime around the 1st of April 1690.
Children of RICHARD WOMACK and MARY PUCKETT are:
6. i. RICHARD4 WOMACK II, b. June 1674, Henrico Co. VA; d. 1725, Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA.
ii. ABRAHAM WOMACK, b. 1678, Henrico Co. VA; d. 1723, VA.
7. iii. WILLIAM WOMACK, b. 1679, Henrico Co. VA; d. Bet. 1718 - 1721, Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA.
iv. ELIZABETH WOMACK, b. 1680, VA; m. TIMOTHY HARRIS, 15 January 1696/97, Henrico Co. VA.
4. ABRAHAM3 WOMACK (WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born 1645 in Henrico Co. VA, and died 1735 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA. He married (1) SARAH SOMMERCALES. He married (2) SARAH WORSHAM 1661, daughter of JOHN WORSHAM and ELIZABETH LITTLEBERRY. She was born 1644 in Henrico Co. VA.
Child of ABRAHAM WOMACK and SARAH WORSHAM is:
8. i. ABRAHAM4 WOMACK, d. Abt. 1770, Chatham Co. NC.
5. ANNE3 WOMACK (WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born 1657 in Of Henrico Co. VA, and died 1694 in Henrico Co. VA. She married WILLIAM S. PUCKETT Abt. 1676 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA, son of JOHN PUCKETT and ANNE JEFFERYS. He was born 1655 in Henrico Co. VA, and died 1723 in Henrico Co. VA.
Children of ANNE WOMACK and WILLIAM PUCKETT are:
9. i. ELIZABETH ANN4 PUCKETT, b. Abt. 1678, Of Henrico Co. VA; d. 1723, Henrico Co. VA.
ii. MARY PUCKETT, b. Abt. 1678.
iii. WILLIAM S. PUCKETT, JR., b. Abt. 1680; d. 1739.
iv. WOMACK PUCKETT, b. Abt. 1679.
v. RICHARD PUCKETT, b. Abt. 1684; m. MARTHA PUCKETT.
vi. JOHN PUCKETT, b. Abt. 1683.
Generation No. 4 6. RICHARD4 WOMACK II (RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born June 1674 in Henrico Co. VA, and died 1725 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA. He married ELIZABETH ANN PUCKETT Abt. 1706 in Henrico Co. VA, daughter of WILLIAM PUCKETT and ANNE WOMACK. She was born Abt. 1678 in Of Henrico Co. VA, and died 1723 in Henrico Co. VA. Notes for ELIZABETH ANN PUCKETT:
Elizabeth was the daughter of Richard (Henrico Co. Records, pp. 716-717). Two ch. proven by Henrico Co. Va. records: "Package 12; 12-13-1742.
Children of RICHARD WOMACK and ELIZABETH PUCKETT are:
10. i. RICHARD5 WOMACK III, b. 7 December 1710, Was Henrico County, now Prince Edward Co. VA; d. 23 July 1785, Hancock Co. GA or Augusta, Richmond, GA.
ii. ALEXANDER WOMACK, b. Abt. 1710, Of Henrico Co. VA; d. Bet. 1782 - 1784, Campbell Co. VA; m. MARTHA, Bef. 1742, Pole Parish, Henrico Co. VA.
7. WILLIAM4 WOMACK (RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born 1679 in Henrico Co. VA, and died Bet. 1718 - 1721 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA. He married SUSANNAH TRENT.
Child of WILLIAM WOMACK and SUSANNAH TRENT is:
11. i. HENRY5 WOMACK, b. 1709, Henrico Co. VA; d. 1789, Goochland Co. VA.
8. ABRAHAM4 WOMACK (ABRAHAM3, WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) died Abt. 1770 in Chatham Co. NC.
Children of ABRAHAM WOMACK are:
12. i. ABRAHAM5 WOMACK, b. Abt. 1744, Goochland Co. VA; d. Abt. 1834, Monroe Co. GA.
ii. THOMAS WOMACK.
iii. MARY WOMACK.
9. ELIZABETH ANN4 PUCKETT (ANNE3 WOMACK, WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born Abt. 1678 in Of Henrico Co. VA, and died 1723 in Henrico Co. VA. She married RICHARD WOMACK II Abt. 1706 in Henrico Co. VA, son of RICHARD WOMACK and MARY PUCKETT. He was born June 1674 in Henrico Co. VA, and died 1725 in Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA. Notes for ELIZABETH ANN PUCKETT:
Elizabeth was the daughter of Richard (Henrico Co. Records, pp. 716-717). Two ch. proven by Henrico Co. Va. records: "Package 12; 12-13-1742.
Children are listed above under (6) Richard Womack II. Generation No. 5 10. RICHARD5 WOMACK III (RICHARD4, RICHARD3, WILLIAM2, CHARLES AUGUSTUS1) was born 7 December 1710 in Was Henrico County, now Prince Edward Co. VA, and died 23 July 1785 in Hancock Co. GA or Augusta, Richmond, GA. He married ANN'NANCY' CHILDERS 1730 in Henrico Co. VA, daughter of HENRY CHILDERS and LUCRETIA JONES. She was born Abt. 1712 in Henrico Co. VA, and died Aft. 1746 in Agusta, Richmond Co. GA. Notes for RICHARD WOMACK III:
Richard Womack III: Lived in Henrico County, later moved to Amelia County, then to Lunenburg County, from there he moved to North Carolina. In about 1765 he move to Burk County, Georgia. Died while on a visit to Abraham in Hancock County, Georgia. They lived 1st. in Henrico Co., Va.: then Amelia Co., Va.: then Les______ Va., where he patented 2600 acres in 1756. Probably moved from there to N.C.: then ca. 1765 to Ga., near Augusta, where he patented land. (Colonial Records of Ga. Vol. 9, p 520, 6-6-1766. Vol. 10, p. 478, 1763. Vol. 10 p. 590, 9-17-1768.) Land Record; Patent Book 18 pg 383. 22 Sep 1739. Consideration: 20 schillings. To Richard Womack 200 acres in AMELIA Co., both sides of Tommchitton Swamp. "Begining at a corner Hiccory (Hickory Tree) on the lower side of the said Swamp thence west two hundred & twenty-four poles to a faced corner near a branch on the upper side of the
Swamp thence south fifteen degrees, east one hundred & ninety poles to a faced corner, thence east twelve deegrees, south two hundred and ninety poles to a corner Hiccory, thence north fourteen deegrees, east one hundred & fifty eight poles crossing the Swamp to a corner and thence west thirty-
one degrees, north one hundred & seventy-eight poles to the beginning.
Signed by William Gooch, Lt. Gov. Williamsburg, Va. 22 Sep 1739. Records of Amelia Co., Va.
Amelia Co. Rec. Bk. 1 pg 322; John Hudson to Richard Womack of the County of HENRICO. Amelia Co. Rec. Bk. 1 pg 444; 1742, John Hudson of Amelia Co. and Richard Womack of Amelia Co. Amelia Co. Deed BK 2 pg 395; Richard Womack of Pr. George to Wood Jones of Amelia Co., 13 Jul 1742. Amelia Co., Deed Book 2 pg 395; Richard Womack of Amelia Co. from John Hudson, who was given Patent 13 Mar 1735...sold to Richard Womack; then Micheal D. Roe; from "Sunlight on the Southside" by Bell, pg 87. List of Tithes; Richard Womack 1747 Tithe 4; pg 87 Richard Womack 1750 Tithe 2 .
Amelia Co., Order Book 1746-1751 pg 90 "Ann the wife of Richard Womack & John Owens".
Amelia Co., Deed Book 2 pg 521, 1747, Richard of Lunenburg. Records of Lunenburg Co., Va.
Lunenburg Co., Va. Order Book 3, 1750, Richard Road Surveyor. Lunenburg Co., Va. Deed Book A-1 pg 46-57, "Valentine Papers pg 111" He patented 2600 acres in 1747.
25 Aug 1755, Original Survey, Richard Womack Lunenburg Co., Va. Deed Book 4 pg 424, Oct 1756, Richard of Lunenburg sells land to Jacob of same county, 200 acres for 40 pounds. Deed Book 4 pg 516, Aug 1757, Richard of Lunenburg. Deed Book 1 pg 309, 27May1757 RICHARD WOMACK of Lunenburg Co and Patrick Sheilds of Prince Edwards Co...land being a large tract in Halifax Co... granted to said Womack by patent bearing date 5 or 15 Feb 1757; RICHARD WOMACK. Wit: Geo. Lumkin, Samuel Shields, Eliz Shields. Deed Book 7 pg 141, Jacob Womack of NC. Data from F. Mae Doria, 1303 Nor. Vandalia, Tulsa, Ok 74115 (Apr1989) Matthew Womack: 1730: Richard Womack was at Wentopoch Creek. Deeds 1725-1736 pg 16 Henrico Co., Va. 4 Apr 1726 Geo Carter sold 250 acres at a place called WENTOPOCK "left to him in last WILL & Testament of RICHARD WOMACK", to Thomas Jefferson... Land Deeds, Henrico Co., Va. pg 506, 28 Sep 1730; Richard Womack land adjacent to Samuel Good on west side of Wentopock Main Creek & North side of Appomattox River. Geo Carter's wife named Martha. 1736: overdue on taxes, 150 acres, Henrico Co., Va. 1737: Deeded to Richard Womack, 150 acres on Appomattoche river, known as Sapponey, in Henrico Co., Va. 1740: Richard Womack Deeded to Matthew Womack, Henrico Co., Va. Henrico Co., Va. Deed Book 1725-1737, pg 16 1726, George Carter sold land to Thomas Jefferson and the deed reads; Carter was left the land by WILL of Richard Womack. this land was at Wentopoch, Henrico Co., Va. (Carter's wife's name was Margaret; was this d/o Richard Womack, reason for being named in WILL?? >From notes by Dempsey Monroe Spears & Elliott Spear. Box of old papers...Chancery Cases 1750-1764; Prince Edward Co., Va. The Deposition of James Archdeacon....sworn upon the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God deposeth and saith that he heard Old Richard Womack say that he had given his son Richard Womack land in Halifax containing four hundred acres and to the best of his knowledge he heard Old Richard Womack say that he had given his son Richard his negro Wench Tabb for one hundred acres of the four hundred in Halifax; and after young Ricahrd Womack came down and told his father that he had rather live in Lunenburg and that he would swap land with him and desired acre for acre but Richard Womack Senr reply'd he would not give acre for acre but he agreed to give his son Rich'd two hundred in Lunenburg for his three hundred in Halifax which was agreed to by the parties, and after young Rich'd Came down and settled his land in Lunenburg adjoining the said Richard the Elder & Mr. Watkins this deponent saith
that at the time of the agreement the said Tabb the Wench was a runaway, but this Deponent saith that he does not know that there were any conveyances made of any of the lands and further this Deponent saith not. 11th of Sep 1759.
signed James Archdeacon. The above sworn before us; Peter LeGrand & John Morton. The Deposition of Elce Archdeacon.... saith that she heard Richard Womack Sen. say that he believed he had heard of the negro wench Tabb and was surprised that Peggy Womack the plt. did not look after her, for he believed she might be bad which discourse happened after the death of Young Richard Womack.
signed Elce Archdeacon.
sworn before us the 11th of Sep 1759; Peter LeGrand & John Morton.
The name Archdeacon was changed to Cody. >From Carlos U. womack; Sarah Womack m/ James Cody 1754, Halifax Co., Va.
Cody--Rogers of Georgia by L.L. Cody 1915. Located in Georgia Dept of Archives and History.
The above Sarah Womack is said to be d/o Richard.
Patented Land in Augusta., Ga. ca 1765 (Col. Rec. of Ga vol 9 pg 520, 6Jun1766;
Vol 10 pg 478, May1763; Vol 10 pg 590, 17Sep1768. >From NOTES ON SOUTHSIDE OF VIRGINIA by Mrs. Walter Allen Watson & compiled by Jean Stephenson, 1913. Lists Richard as s/o Ashby or Abraham Womack born 15
Aug 1683, England; died 4 Feb 1756, Virginia. More About RICHARD WOMACK III:
Fact 2: July 1785, Hancock Co, Ga Notes for ANN "NANCY" CHILDERS:
!d/o Henry & Lucretia Jones Childers. Henry Childers, born Henrico Co., Va., died ca 1727, Henrico Co., Va., was the s/o Abraham Childers, Jr. born ca 1655 in Henrico Co., Va.,; dca 1693/1698. Abraham Childers, Jr. was the s/o Abraham, Sr. who died prior to 21 Nov 1680 in Henrico Co., Va. The aforesaid Henry Childers m/ Lucretia Jones, d/o Thomas & Martha Tanner Jones, Martha was d/o Joseph & Mary Tanner. Abraham, Jr. bca 1655 m/ Ann Pew, d/o Henry Pew, Jr. bca 1635; dca 1710 Henrico Co., Va. and wife JANE WOMACK d/o WILLIAM WOMACK, lived Henrico Co., Va. prior to 1679. Above Data from the notes of Dempsey M. Kemp & Elliott Spear.
Children of RICHARD WOMACK and ANN CHILDERS are:
13. i. DAVID6 WOMACK, b. Abt. 1747, Of, Gloucester Co. VA; d. 1804, Beaufort Co. SC.
ii. ABRAHAM WOMACK, b. 22 April 1742, Lulenburg Co. VA; d. 9 December 1804, Hancock Co. GA; m. (1) MARTHA MITCHELL, 31 March 1763, Granville Co. NC; b. 4 May 1744, NC; d. 1 December 1782, Granville Co. NC; m. (2) MARTHA WATKINS, Abt. 1783, Hancock Co. GA. Notes for ABRAHAM WOMACK:
WILL drawn Hancock Co., Ga. 2Jun1797; Book A pg219. Abraham was a Colonial Soldier of Lunenburg Co., Va. & participated in the French & Indian Wars. He assisted in establishing the American Independence while acting in the capacity of Magistrate Council of Safety, Queenboro Dist., Ga. Ref: Vol1 pg149, Rev. Rec. of Ga, Candler Journal Council Safety 2 July 1776 Abraham Womack, Magistrate appointed for Queenboro Dist. Received from L. Lee Womack, 1100 Washington, Edmond, Ok 73034 ca 1984. WILL OF ABRAHAM WOMACK: COPIED BY MILES KENAN WOMACK JR; JAN 1965 Hancock Co., Ga. Book A page 219 2 Jun 1797.
In the name of God Amen..... I ABRAHAM WOMACK being weak in body but of sound memory blesses b God, do this day, June the second in the year of our Lord A.D. 1797, make and publish this my last WILL and Teastament in names and form following (vizt) First, I give my body to the earth to be buried in a decent manner, and my
spirit I recomemd to God who gave it. Secondly, I lend unto my loving wife MARTHA WOMACK two negro women Jude and Hannah during her natural life and after her decease for the said two negroes Jude and Hannah and their increase to be equally divided between my five youngest children ELIZABETH, SARAH, LUCY, WILLIAM & JESSE. And should either of them die under age or before marriage for the survivors to divide equally. I also lend unto my wife two other negro women Doll and Nann while my son JOHN becomes of age and after he arrives at the age of twenty-one years for them and their increase from this date to be equally divided between my three sons-in-law WILLIAM STONE, CLEMENT GLENN AND FRANCIS COLEMAN. I also give unto my wife her bed, Square table & walnut chest. I lend unto my wife
my young bay mare until she has three folds, the first for my son JOHN, the second for my son WILLIAM, and the third for my son JESSIE and then the said mare to remain the property of my wife forever. I lend my wife one hundred & twenty five acres and during her natural life, beginning at a hickory corner John but's line running along Colemans line to a pine corner, Roger's line, thence down my own line to Frazers line, thence across to said Road line including half of my present dwelling house, Spring and priviledge of other out houses; I give unto my son JOHN one hundred acres of land adjoining his brother SHEARWARD and my wife and after her decease I give and bequeath all my track of land containing two hundred and twenty acres unto my son JOHN with all and singular their rights and appertain names in any wise belonging including my present dwelling house, orchards, household, kitchen furniture, plantation tools and work horses. I also give unto my JOHN one feather bed, also one negro boy named January which is to remain with my wife until he arrives at the age of 21 years and then he is to receive him and the hall and the stair room should he want them and the hundred acres of land before intended. I give unto mu five youngest children, five little negroes (to wit) David, Ism, Sam, James, and Amy to be divided as they become of age, I give unto my three daughters ELIZABETH, SARAY & LUCY all my black walnut in my kitchen left to be equally divided. I give unto my son SHEARWARD WOMACK my foloring table, also one negro man named Bill to be received the twenty-fifth day of December 1798. Also my coat to be taken at my death. I give unto my son DAVID WOMACK one negro man named Walt to be received the twenty-fifth day of December 1798. Also my mixed coat at my death. I give unto my son MANCIL WOMACK my green hond cloth coat at my death. I also give him $85.70 to be paid the twenty-fifth day of December 1798. I give unto my daughter SUSANNA GLENN one negro girl named Chancy, also one feather bed...also $85.75 to be paid the twenty-fifth day of December 1798. I give unto my daughter MARY COLEMAN one feather bed, one hair trunk, also one negro girl named Cealy, also $85.25 to be paid the twenty-fifth day of December 1798. I give to my granddaughter PATSEY HOWARD $85.75 to be paid the twenty- fifth day of December 1798. The work horse, wagon, and plantation tools, houses and kitchin furnature to remain on the plantation for the support of the family. The stock of meat cattle and sheep to remain on the plantation until December 1798 and equally division to take place between the children and as far as the young children's part, I trust my wife to take them and keep and give off as they become of age..... If my son JOHN should die under age his property must be equally divided between my sons SHEARWARD WOMACK, MANCILL WOMACK & DAIVID WOMACK.
I do appoint my sons SHEARWARD WOMACK, MANCIL WOMACK, & JAMES K McFARLIN executors of my last WILL & TESTAMENT to take care and see the same be performed according to my true intented & meaning. In Witnesses whereof I here unto set my hand and seal the day and year above written, signed, sealed and delivered in presence of
John White ABRAHAM WOMACK
MARTHA ( X ) WOMACK
iii. JESSE WOMACK, b. 1739, Of Henrico Co. VA; d. 1815, Madison Co. GA; m. (1) DOROTHY PRYOR, Abt. 1765, VA; b. Abt. 1740, Burkes Co. GA; d. Abt. 1777, GA; m. (2) PHOEBE, Abt. 1778, GA. Notes for JESSE WOMACK:
Wife Phebe listed as head of family in 1811 census in Washington Co. Mississippi Territory; listed in 1810 census as Executor; Jesse deceased.
Was on 1802 thru 1808 tax list under Carter Territory Papers, also 1808 census & 1804. see WG pgs153 thru 146. DAR Members Caroline Burton Classen #466313;
Katheryn Walton Wanamaker #511908;
Margaret Louise Walton Bush #568571;
Farnces Campbell Maxey #212087;
Caroline Campbell #273060;
Lena Ludlow Miller #75715;
Anna Miller Walton #514200. Claim: Womack, Jesse born 1739 Va; d 1815 Madison Co., Ga.; m/1 1765 Burkes Co. Ga. to Dorothy Prior, b 1740 Ga; dca 1777; m/2 Phebe _____ 1778. Jesse served as Lt. under Gen. Twiggs in Continental Army 10th Co (Ga) For this service he received land grant of 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co., Al.; 21 Mar 1787.
>From MARRIAGE OF SOME VA RES. by Dorothy F. Wulfeck; Ser I Vol 7 T to Z. Jesse b 1739 Va; d 1815 Madison Co., Ga.; m/ Dorothy Prior DAR #66894.
Mrs Aurie Adkins Wood DAR#118061; born in Anderson, Tx.; wife of Charles Grover Wood; also DAR#111104
iv. RICHARD WOMACK IV, b. 1731, VA; d. March 1754, Henrico Co. VA; m. MARGARET CODY, June 1753, prob Lunenburg, Co. VA. Notes for MARGARET CODY:
The following found in an old box of papers upstairs in the Courthouse at Farmville, Va.
Margaret Womack widow and relict of Richard Womack, Jr. dec'd late of this county, that your oratrix in or about this month of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty three (Jun 1753); intermarried with one Richard Womack, Jr. of the County of Lunenburg, that Richard Womack
Sen, father to you(r) oratrix's husband.....your oratrix further shows that Mar 1754 this said Richard your oratrix's husband departed this life without having made a WILL and left your oratrix pregnant with child of which she was delivered soon after his death which child is since dead...
Margaret Womack widow and relict of Richard Womack dec'd Plt against Richard and Jacob Womack defts...In Chancery. (Prince Edward Co. Order Book 1759- 1765 pg 1) on the back of the warrent summnoning Richard (the father) and Jacob (the son) to the settlement of ownership of a negro slave, Tabb and her two children was written: "July 8 1760 executed on Rich'd Womack & Jacob Womack no inhabitant" another paper indicated he had gone to N.C. In Orange Co., NC in 1764 on the Watauga in 1772.
14. v. JACOB WOMACK, b. 1740, Henrico Co. VA or Lunenberg Co. VA (of Watauga fame).
vi. JOHN WOMACK, b. Abt. 1750, Henrico Co. VA; d. 20 September 1825, Person Co. NC; m. LUCY PRYOR TAPLEY, 18 September 1771, Orange Co. NC.
vii. SALLY"PATSY" WOMACK, b. Abt. 1743, VA; d. 20 January 1791, St. Helena Parish, LA; m. JONATHAN KEMP, Abt. 1773; d. Bef. 1 May 1815. Notes for JONATHAN KEMP:
Data source: SUCCESSION RECORDS OF ST. HELENA PARISH, LA. 1804 - 1854, pg 73 abstracted by Clyde Purser Young; Edited by E. Bass Williams, Jr. 1966;
copies from Genealogical Society of Church of Latter Day Saints (78525) Nov 8, 1993. Court settlement of estate of Jonathan Kemp, Sr., 1815; File K-5
1 May 1815 - Inv. Elizabeth Kemp is the widow and heirs are, by his 1st marriage with PATSY WOMACK - Asa Kemp, lately resident of S. Carolina, Isaac, Rebecca wife of David Gorman, Dempsey, David, Jonathan, Jr. and Thomas Kemp: by the 2nd marriage with Elizabeth Cox - Caleb, Sarah, wife of John George, both of age, and Charles, Patsy, Dianah, Hillery, Wilford, Parmelia, and Elizabeth Kemp, who are minors. A claim to a tract of land on W. side of Tickfaw River entered by dec'd as two claims, one in his name and one in name of his son Caleb. $2400.
Personel estate appraised at $17,384.71.
Jonathan Kemp md. PATSY WOMACK about 1773: she died Jan. 20, 1791. He md. Elizabeth Cox in 1791. At the time of his last marriage he possessed two plantations in Georgia, one of which was later sold to John Callahan, now residing near Natchez, Miss. The other was sold to Stephen Johnson of Georgia.
Asa Kemp, son of dec'd, received from his father a tract of land in S. Carolina. Isaac received a plantation; Dempsey, a plantation in S. Carolina; Rebecca, a plantation in S. Carolina; David, Thomas, Caleb, and Sarah received personal property. (Regarding collations hertofore received by the heirs.)
Oct. 31, 1815 - Bond: David and Isaac Kemp, the widow Elizabeth are co-administrators. Bond of Mrs. Elizabeth Kemp, natural tutrix to the minors.
Oath of Isaac Kemp, curator for absent heirs.
Aug. 22, 1817 - Distribution of the estate appearing: Isaac Kemp for himself and as curator for absent heirs as Asa Kemp dec'd; Rebecca Gorman wife of David Gorman; Dempsey Kemp; David Kemp; and Thomas Kemp, who have agreed to make patition of the estate of Jonathan Kemp, Jr. (?) dec'd and a legitimate brother of aforesaid. Issues are listed in order of above listing in court records, ages