|C. Renee Womble (#47231579)|
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|ROBERT TAYLOR SR||trying to contact Billy Womble|
I've been trying to contact Billy Womble or anyone else in the Tarboro/Wilson. William Franklin Womble and his daughter Susan are direct descendents on the Lucas side of my family. Also, my grandfather Taylor and his family were born and lived in Edgecombe County and the surrounding areas. I am positive that there are many Taylor relatives still in that area.
This is the message I sent to Billy:
ROBERT TAYLOR SR
fairly sure we are relatives
Dear Mr. Womble,
My name is Bobby Taylor from Disputanta, Va and I am fairly sure we are relatives. My 3rd generation great-grandmother was Susan F. Womble Lucas who was married to Wiley l. Lucas. They were parents to my grandmother, Emma Virginia Lucas Taylor. I have found during my genealogy search that most of my Taylor and Lucas ancestors lived in or around Edgecombe County, NC.
I am a Civil War enthusiast and would dearly love to join The Sons of Confederate Veterans. To be able to accomplish this, I need to identify a direct descendant that fought in the war and be able to substantiate that descendant. I have found several candidates but am not positive.
I saw your spot on Findagrave.com and the pictures of The Silas Lucas, Sr. Cemetery in Lucama, NC and saw the headstone of Daniel Lucas (1775-Nov. 18 1848) who I am 99% sure is my 8th generation great-grandfather.
If you could provide any assistance, I can't begin to tell you how much I would appreciate your help. Also, I would love to meet you because I'm sure you know some Taylor's in the Tarboro area that would be related to both of us. You can reply via email to: email@example.com. I was already planning a trip to Tarboro, so I would love to meet with you when I come.
Thanks in advance for your help,
Robert E. "Bobby" Taylor, Sr.