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From: "Michael W. Condardo" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Womack question
Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2001 17:08:18 -0700
References: <20010605190608.8459.qmail@web4302.mail.yahoo.com>
In-Reply-To: <004d01c0ee87$27d5e9e0$68330a3f@oemcomputer>


Would that "Wammack Family history happen to list an Isom Womack? might be
in connection with Fords and or Thomasons. date-wise, 1870 to1900 for most
major dates. thanks in advance. Mike C.

At 07:49 6/6/01 -0500, you wrote:
>I forgot to mention my source for the Roten info in my first post. It
>is the book "The Wammack family" by Dr. Don Lee Womack, 1994.
>It contains all of Mae Wammack Roten's family history, which I can
>provide to anyone who is interested.
>
>It mention's Sam's first wife, says " wife and child died in childbirth".
>It also calls her "Martha", don't know if that was part of Nancy's name or
>not.
>Since the child died in 1915, we have to assume that the 1945 date in
>Hayden's book is incorrect. Also the EHC book shows no Nancy Roten
>buried in Shell Cemetery, so she may not have had a stone.
>
>As to why Sam is not buried by his first wife, the Shell Cemetery is
>just down the hill from the old Sam Roten place, she was probably
>put in her family's cemetery, also for convenience. Mae's Wammack
>family are all at Caney Springs, since Sam died first, Mae probably
>decided they were going to be buried together with her family.....hrb
>
>
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