See my answer to this question: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/434848
This entire genealogy, starting with Henry Womack of Accomack Co, VA, is a fake. The families they married into, such as Lansing, are fake too.
Several years ago, various Womack researchers, but especially David Dunn, tried to find any real trace of this family, and after going through all records of Accomack and Northampton counties, found nothing.
In particular, see David Dunn's message on Womack Genealogy Network from 15 Dec 2001 ( http://www.womacknet.com/message/archive/2001/2001.12.html ):
Hello Roger and everybody. Yes, as Roger says, the 17th century dates are just too perfect for the alleged "Henry of Accomack" line. And after a two week absence for some pro bono work, I have now finished the review of every record available from LDS for Accomack and Northampton Counties for the relevant period. 27 rolls of film. DAR and LOC have nothing extra. Northampton as well as Accomack because Accomack was for part of the time part of Northampton; they are the two counties of the VA part of the Delmarva peninsula. Result: Not one reference to a Womack or any conceivable variant of the name. Either these people lived there for more than one generation without owning land, without dying or somehow appearing in their or anyone else's probate records, without being in court for any reason, or without paying taxes - they weren't there. As always, happy to be proved wrong by evidence - in this case, wish somebody could.