Shoemake-Shoemate War Records


Shoemakes Who Came To Florida
James (Jim) Shuemake moved to the West Florida area from South Carolina in or about the year of 1897. He was living in Timmonsville, SC at the time he moved. Prior to that he had lived in Sumpter County, the area that is now Lee County, near Bishopville. Before coming to the West Florida area, he spelled his name Shoemake. However, for some unknown reason, when coming to Florida, he began to spell it Shuemake. Below are copies of the Regustration Cards for World War I completed by each of his sons. This will give their where abouts between 1915 and 1920.

Please Allow Time For The Picture Images To Download.

This page is under construction


The above record is of My father, Feet Herrin Shuemake, Fourth son of James (Jim) Shuemake, son of Morgan Shuemake, son of Moses Shoemake, son of Samuel Shoemake, Sr., son of John de la Chaumette. The above Registration Card is for WW I


The above is the second part of the Registration Card of Feet Herrin Shuemake of September 12, 1915. He was living near Alford, Florida at the time. His wife was Abbie Parrish. (see the section on West Florida Shuemakes

The above WWI Registration Card is for John James Shuemake the Oldest son of James (Jim) Shuemake. His wife's names was Martha.

The above is the second portion of the Registration Card for John James Shuemake, dated September 12, 1918. He was living in Washington County Florida

The above WWI Registration Card is for Willie Zinomon Shuemake (spelled on the card as Shoemake). He is the Second oldest son of James (Jim) Shoemake. He was not married at the time and his mother's name was Harrett H. (Raley) Shuemake

The above is the second portion of the Registration Card for Willie Zinomon Shuemake, dated September 9, 1918
Willie was always referred to as Will. He is buried at the Hickery Level Baptist Church Cemetery south of Marianna, Florida

The above WWI Registration Card is for Robert Evans Shuemake (spelled on the card as Shoemake). He is the Third oldest son of James (Jim) Shoemake. His wife was named Annie Clewis Shuemake

The above is the second portion of the Registration Card for Robert Evans Shuemake. It is dated September 12, 1918

The above WWI Registration Card is for Charles Edward Shuemake. He is the Fifth Son of James (Jim) Shuemake, born in 1890. His wife's name was Lucy Pumphery. He was living near Chipley, Florida at the time he registered.


The above is the second portion of the Registration Card for Charles Edward Shuemake.
The card is dated July 5, 1917. He would have been 27 years of age.


 

Shoemakes of South Carolina

The names of the following men were taken from Registration Cards for WW I

>>>1. Shoemake, Andrew Lee, Hartsville, SC, Born July 20, 1886; medium built,
>>>>. blue eyes, light colored hair.
>>>>. Registered on June 5, 1919, Caucasian,
>>>>>Occupation a farmer
>>>>. Parent or parents not listed.

>>>2. Shoemake, Charles Wesley, Hartsville, SC, Born July 24, 1876, gray hair,
>>>>. and gray eyes
>>>>.Registered on August 12, 1918
>>>>.Worked at a corn mill
>>>>.Mother: Eruma Shoemake, Hartsville, SC.

>>>3. Shoemake, Ervin, Darlington Co. SC, Born March 11, 1887
>>>>.Registered on June 5, 1917
>>>>.Married with three children
>>>>.Parents not listed

>>>
4. Shoemake, Elias, McBee, SC, Born March 28, 1884, medium height and
>>>>. medium built, blue eyes and.brown hair.
>>>>.Registered on August 12, 1917
>>>>
Occupation: farmer
>>>>.Nearest Relative: Molsie Shoemake, Rt. 2, McBee, SC
.

>>>.5.
Shoemake, Lispy, Bishopville, SC, Born March 20, 1893. Caucasian, short
>>>>. and slinder, gray eyes, light colored hair.
>>>>. Registered on June 3, 1917
>>>.>.Occupation farm labor
>>>.>.
Single, Parents not listed

Tennessee Shoemakes-Shoemates