This is a fake Womack genealogy, of Henry Womack of Accomack Co, VA and his descendants. The sources cited don't exist.
- The Womack & Allied Families by Thomas pub. 1932, p. 154
- Early Settlers of Mass. by Stull pp19-33
- Vital Records of Massachusetts by Stiles Vol 3 through 9
Checked Library of Congress website, familysearch.org catalog, and worldcat.org.
Supposedly Henry Womack (born circa 1652) and wife Phoebe Rondall or Randall had many sons and grandsons in Accomack, which has extant deed and will records back to the mid-1600s, but no Womack appears in the deed or will indexes. Furthermore, no Womack appears in the 1704 Quit Rents of Accomack, which lists all land owners, nor do any of these Womacks appear in VA Land Patents. Also, the 1704 list for Accomack does not have the surnames of the families these Womack supposedly married into - Lansing, Lerner, Scranton, Creighton, etc.
This genealogy is too perfect, with complete dates for almost everyone born in the 1600s and 1700s, and all maiden names of wives known. It also has these Womacks moving into Augusta Co, VA long before that county was formed, and before there were white settlers there.
The only known Womack family in Virginia was the one that started in Henrico County (the part which became Chesterfield Co in 1749) in the 1670s and spread from there to counties of Prince George, Goochland, Isle of Wight, Amelia, Prince Edward, Lunenburg, Halifax, etc. See ( http://womackgen.com/ ).
Furthermore, yearly tax lists of all VA counties started circa 1782, and are complete for most counties from 1787 on, and the only Womacks that appear are the descendants of the Henrico family.
Personally, I have focused on Womack research for about 15 years and looked at several hundred Virginia genealogy books, including for counties where I am pretty sure my Womacks never were, because sometimes you find a surprise. I always look at the index for Womack. I have never seen any of these Accomack Womacks ever.
The whole point of the Henry Womack of Accomack genealogy appears to be to explain some members of the Weaver family who were in Pendleton Co, 96 District, SC in the late 1700s, and who were supposedly brothers, allegedly sons of Thomas Weaver and Eleanor Womack.
Again, this is a fake genealogy, see https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Fraudulent_Genealogies