1925 Biography - John Womack

John Wesley Womack is supposed to have been a native of Tennessee but came here from Hardin County before the Civil War. His wife's name was Elizabeth Hogan, she was a native of Gallatin County. They had Abraham (2), John (2), Sarah (2), Austin (2), Mary (2).
Abraham (2) married Ann Jones. They had Margaret (3) who married William Murrie; Wesley (3) married Amanda Murray; Eliza (3) married Robert Thornsberry, she had Myrtle (4) and other children. They removed from the county.
Sarah (2) married Joseph Clymore, they had Dora (3) who married Luther Anderson; they had Luther Edward (4);
Austin B. (2) married Mary A. McKee, they had Mary A. (3) not married, and Daisy (3) who married Ned Sharp;
Mary (2) married James Lasley; their children were Wililam (3) who married Lula Wickham; Elizabeth (3) married Fred Gray; Eliza (3) married Frank Wortman; James (3) married in the West.
John (2) married Julia Reynolds, the children were Elizabeth (3) who married Edward Mace, Richard (3), Mary (3), Joel (3), Amanda (3), William W. (3), Frank (3) married Olive Upchurch; Phoebe (3), Austin (3), Elmer (3), Francis (3).

Extracted 08 Feb 2017 by Norma Hass from 1925 A History of Johnson County, Illinois, by Mrs. P. T. Chapman, pages 470-471.

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