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Re: Warmack's of the South
Posted by: Sarah Gallman (ID *****4209) Date: August 27, 2008 at 08:17:35
In Reply to: Re: Warmack's of the South by Colette McCadden of 72

Thank you for your reply. Yes I believe that he would have been my father's uncle.

I'm listing my grandparents information below. Also, a long time ago, I wrote down names and dates from gravestones that might or might not be helpful to you. I don't know who they are.
My grandparents
Harlan Tine Warmack
Born 5/15/1884 Died 3/9/1940
Married Maude Richardson
       Born May 22, 1890 Died 3/29/1977

I think the following are the parents of Harlan-
A J Warmack 6/31/1850 die 6/28/1933
Tine Harlan Warmack 4/20/1862 died 6/14/1940
I know this doesn’t sound like a woman, but I seem to remember them calling Daddy’s grandmother Tine.

Sara Aurelia Hall -- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hall (Julia Warmack Hall sister of Harlan)
2/19/23 to 3/19/26

I don’t know who these people were, but they are buried with the above people

C. L. Warmack born 2/19/1846 died 8/21/1907

Ellen 6/3/1858 died 8/21/1898

Johnson Warmack 3/19/1812 died 4/1/1889

Sarah wife of John
2/9/1821 died 10/6/1882

Also, the other day I found a web site ( that says that the warmacks were from Scotland, the MacRae clan. They say the earliest documented Warmack was William Seignor Warmack in the 1700's. It might be of interest to you.

I'd appreciate your letting me know of your findings.

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