Virginia became the first New World English Colony with the establishment of Jamestown, Virginia Colony, English Colonies, in 1607. Virginia achieved statehood as the Commonwealth of Virginia, USA, in 1792.
Thomas got in trouble with Thomas Jefferson (grandfather of Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the US) when he and two of his brothers refused to perform their civic duty in clearing the common roadways.
Richard Womeck, & John Womeck presented among others by Thomas Jefferson, surveyor of the Highways for refusing to assist him in clearing same (after notice given) & they are ordered to be summoned to next Court to answer said comtempt. Thos. Womeck also among the number presented. 1 February 1683.
On 1 August 1692 Thomas made a deposition in the case of Henry Walthall against his brother, John Womack. He stated he was about age 28 (b c 1664) and, supporting his brother, that he "knoweth nothing Relating to the Matter depending between Hen: Walthall & Jno. Granger & Jno. Womeck about his marking any Shoats more then the Report of other people."
Children of Mary FARLEY and Thomas WOMACK are:
i. Judith WOMACK was born ABT. 1695.
ii. Isham WOMACK was born ABT. 1696.
iii. Sarah WOMACK was born ABT. 1697.
iv. Thomas WOMACK , Jr. was born ABT. 1700. He married Sarah WOODSON.
v. Mary C. WOMACK was born ABT. 1702.
vi. William WOMACK was born ABT. 1715.
vii. Elizabeth WOMACK was born ABT. 1717.
viii. Martha WOMACK was born ABT. 1718.
ix. Francis WOMACK was born ABT. 1720. He married Susannah PUCKETT.
x. Abraham WOMACK was born ABT. 1726.
Death & Legacy
Thomas appears never to have married, or, if married did not have children. His will dated 21 January 1697 and proved in Henrico County court 2 August 1697 left his estate to his brother Abraham and to members of the Puckett family. Two of Thomas' sisters, Anne and Mary, married Puckett men. His will names:
Godson Thomas Puckett
Couzen Elisabeth Puckett
God Daughter Catherine Baugh
Brother Thomas Puckett [brother-in-law, husband of Mary Womack]
Brother Abraham Womack
Mary Puckett, daughter of Will Puckett [brother-in-law, husband of Ann Womack]
Frances Puckett, daughter of Thomas Puckett
Supplemental profile data collected by Varnell-40 09:45, 29 September 2015 (EDT) from the Rootsweb website of Greg_Purpura. It may not be 100% accurate, but it is as close to accurate as we can attain given the information and sources available to us.
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Primary profile data such as birth, death, and other details were collected by Varnell-40 05:47, 12 January 2016 (EST) from the well-documented work of Roger Gail Womack, “My Womack Ancestors". It may not be 100% accurate, but it is as close to accurate as we can attain given the information and sources available to us.
↑ Valentine, Edward Pleasants; The Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers, Vol. 3. Published by the Valentine Museum, Richmond, Virginia. Reprint Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1979, p 1774
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Thomas by comparing test results with other
carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
Womack-455 and Womack-199 appear to represent the same person because: same birth date; both son of William Womack and Mary J. Allen.
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