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MISCELLANEOUS WALKER FAMILIES

MISCELLANEOUS WALKER FAMILIES FROM FAR AND WIDE. Please be aware these families are not in my direct Walker line. This information is gathered from many sources and even though it did not pertain to my Walker family, I didn't want all this information to go to waste. Hopefully this information will be of use to other Walker researchers. As with any genealogy research there may be some discrepancies and typos. If you find any please contact me through my email at the bottom of the page. Further note....I have received a few emails from people asking for additional information, when I try to respond their email it is blocked from getting return mail. Make sure the email address you send from can be replied to. Thank you.



OTHER WALKERS IN NORTH CAROLINA
PHILLIP WALKER, Sr. FAMILY
My oldest know ancestor was Phillip Walker, Sr. who was born abt 1736 and died in Orange County, NC in 1826 leaving a will naming his children but not his wife who had apparently preceded him in death. My direct ancestor Phillip Walker, Sr. apparently lived in Pennsylvania 12 October 1780 when his son Phillip Jr. was born because Phillip, Jr. reported in the 1850 Census (Henderson, Co. TN) that he was born in PA. The evidence strongly suggests that Phillip Walker, Sr. was the brother of the John Walker, Sr., who married Nancy Ashford. A descendant of John wrote "John and his brother Phillip came to America from Ireland before the Revolutionary War. They settled in Maryland, then on to Pennsylvania and finally to Orange County North Carolina." Phillip, Sr. and John lived in the same general area, along Jordan Creek in Orange County, however after the counties were divided John lived in Caswell County and Phillip, Sr. lived in Alamance County, NC.
While in North Carolina, the Phillip Walker family lived in what was Orange County, now Alamance County, on Jordan Creek. The earliest deed record found for Phillip Walker, Sr. in Orange County, NC is 1788, with two additional tracts one purchased in 1795 and the other in 1800, however all three were not proved until 1802. This land was later passed on to sons Alexander and James in Phillip Walker, Sr. will in 1826, with Alexander receiving the largest part, which later at his death passed on to Phillip, Sr.’s other children indicating that Alexander was the oldest son and James being the youngest son. It is also likely that the other children had received their part of their father’s inheritance prior to his death as they only received a token inheritance.
Phillip Walker Sr.’s know children are as follows:
1. Alexander Walker (abt 1765-1835) death in Orange County, NC leaving a will naming brothers and brother in law.
2. Counley (Conley, Connally) Walker (28 Oct 1768 -25 Oct 1845) death in Orange County, NC leaving a will naming his wife and children.
3. William Walker (17 Jan 1770 - 19 Sep 1819 death in Orange County, NC, buried in Union Ridge Cemetery, Alamance County, his brother Counley was appointed guardian for his wife and surviving children.
4. Mary Walker (abt 1775 - after 1850) married Samuel Crawford, some of her descendants moved to Fayette County, TN and still live there.
5. John Walker (abt 1776 - death date unknown) but was still living in 1845) at the time of the death of his brother Alexander.
6. Phillip Walker, Jr. (12 Oct 1780 - 9 Apr 1858) died in Henderson County, TN (place of birth named in 1850 census as PA).
7. James Walker (19 Jun 1785 - 19 Jun 1853) died in Alamance County, NC, buried in Union Ridge Cemetery, Alamance County.
8. Jinney Walker (abt 1790-bef 1835) was not married in 1826 and believed to have died before 1835 because she was not named in her brother Alexander’s will.
My great-great-grandfather was Phillip Walker, Jr. who married Rebecca King in Orange County in 1816. This was where all their children including my Great-grandfather Ezekiah Walker were born before the family moved to Henderson County TN in the mid 1830’s. My great-grandfather Ezekiah married Cathrine McCall and one of their sons, Grandville Walker, married Isabelle Rushing and were my grandparents and one of their sons, Lucian Walker, married Ida Anderson and were my parents.
Contributed by:
David Walker
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WALKERS IN MAINE
This is information on a Walker family that I found while researching my Walkers on a trip to Maine. This information was gathered from the books "A History of the Town of Peru, Maine" by Mary Searle Vaughn, "Old Kittery and her Families", Maine Revolutionary War records, Maine state archives and Peru Cemetery in Peru, Maine.
JOHN WALKER FAMILY
1. John Walker m. Elizabeth (unknown).
Known Children are:
2. William Walker I b.abt.1695 Newlington, Rockingham Co., NH 1st m.1723-4, Deborah Berry d.bef.1742 2nd m.1742-43, Mehitable Fabyan.
Children of William and Deborah are:
3. Charles Walker b.1725
3. William Walker II b.1727
3. George Walker b.bef.1730
3. Mary Walker b.1730
3. Elizabeth Walker b.1731-2
3. Miriam Walker b.1733
3. George Walker b.1734 Kittery, York Co., ME d.bef.1802 Falmouth, Cumberland Co., ME m.1754 Kittery, York Co., ME, Elizabeth Snow b.1734 Kittery, York Co., ME
Children are:
4. William Walker Sr. b.1755 in Kittery, York Co., ME d.1833 Peru, Oxford Co., ME m.1783, Sybil Staples b.1764 d.1849 Peru, Oxford Co., ME.
Children are:
5. Hezekiah Walker b.1784 d.1848 Peru, Oxford Co., ME m. Dorcas Hobbs.
NOTE: No issue.
5. Susannah Walker b.1785 d.1853 m., Jedediah White b.abt.1783 d.1859.
5. George Walker b.1786 d.1866 Peru, Oxford Co., ME m.1811, Melinda Holman b.1788 d.1879.
CENSUS: 1860 Census Peru, Oxford, Maine
Walker George 74 Male Farmer 1800 731 ME
Walker Melinda 72 Female ME
Walker Liberty 28 Male ME
Walker Ruth T. 24 Female ME
Walker Clara A. 8/12 Female ME
CENSUS: 1870 Census Peru, Oxford, Maine Walker Melissa 83 Female ME **Lived with son, Liberty Walker
Children are:
6. Liberty Walker b.1831 Peru, Oxford Co., ME m., Ruth T. (unknown) b.1836 ME d.bef.1900 ME.
CENSUS: 1870 Census Peru, Oxford, Maine
Walker Liberty 38 Male Farmer 1000 300 ME
Walker Ruth T. 34 Female ME
Walker Clara A. 12 Female ME
Walker Asa J. 4 Male ME
Walker Melissa 83 Female ME
CENSUS: 1900 Census Bridgton, Cumberland, Maine
Walker Liberty Head Male Aug 10 1829 70 Widow ME ME ME Farmer
Walker Asaph J. Son Male Aug 2 1865 34 Marr: 6 yrs ME Dentist
Walker Warren W. Son Male Sep 17 1870 29 Marr: 7 yrs ME Mfg. Lumber
Walker Minnie A. DauL Female Oct 10 1866 33 Marr: 6 yrs Child: 2 Living: 1 ME ME ME
Walker Minnie L. DauL Female Feb 22 1870 30 Marr: 7 yrs Child: 2 Living: 2 ME ME ME
Walker Ruth C. GrandD Female Jul 5 1895 4 ME
Walker Robert GrandS Male Oct 4 1897 2 ME
Walker Roger GrandS Male Feb 18 1900 4/12 ME
Children are:
7. Clara Almira Walker b.1860 Peru, Oxford Co., ME.
7. Asaph J. Walker b.1865 Peru, Oxford Co., ME m., Minnie A. (unknown).
7. Warren W. Walker b. 17 Sep 1870 Peru, Oxford Co., ME m., Minnie L. (unknown).
5. Sally Walker b.1788 m. Josiah Hobbs.
5. William Walker Jr b.1790 d. 1st m.1811, Mary Knight b.1799 d.1819. 2nd m. Mercy Chase b.1792 d.1877.
Children are:
6. Winslow walker b.1811
6. Daniel Walker b.1817 d.1854 m.1846, Sabrina Robinson d.1909.
6. Martha Walker b.1819 d.1877 m.1853, Orin Reynolds.
Children of 2nd marriage to Mercy Chase:
6. William Haskell b.1824 d.1906 m. Mrs Sabrina Walker "widow" d.1909.
6. Amanda M. Walker b.1829 d.1890 m. Orin Reynolds as his third wife.
6. Delia Walker b.1834 d.1906 1st m.1863, Gilbert Eustis d.1866. Daughter died young. 2nd m. Amos Harlow d.1896, as his second wife.
5. Nathan Walker b.1792 d.1863 m. Fannie Torrey.
5. Sibyl Walker b.1794 d.1816 m. Enoch Perkins.
5. Rebecca Walker b.1795 m.1815, William Kyle.
5. Charity Walker b.1797 m.1815, Amos Kyle.
5. Mary Walker b.1800 d.1842 m. Edsel Grover.
5. Samuel Walker b.1805 d.1881 1st m.1831, Mary N. Kyle d.1837. 2nd m.aft.1837, Rachel H. Nash b.1807 d.1900.
5. Eliza S. Walker b.1808 d.1849 m.1825, Joseph Ricker d.1845.
4. Susanna Walker b.1757 d.1773
4. Charles Walker b.1759 Kittery, York Co., ME d.1843 m.1782, Eunice Berry.
4. Betty Walker b.1761 d.1823
4. John Walker b.1764
4. Molly Walker b.1765 d.1843
4. George Walker b.1768
4. Rebecca Walker b.1771
3. Mary Walker b.1736
3. Miriam Walker b.1737
Children of William I and Mehitable are:
3. Deborah Walker b.1742
3. John Walker b.1743
**NOTE: I have a few further details on this Maine Walker line, click on email below with your query. Be sure the email address you send from can receive replies.



OTHER WALKERS IN MICHIGAN:
(UNKNOWN) WALKER FAMILY:
7. (Unknown) Walker m.abt.1851, Submit (unknown) b.abt.1816 Canada d.bef.1900 Macomb Co., MI.
POSSIBLE FOR UNKNOWN: Name: Walker John Widow: Walker (Sarbinth?) Company: Priv. K (C) 8 MI Cav. Enlist Date: X/X/1862 Discharge Date: 5/12/1864 Town: Romeo P.O. Address: Romeo Disability: Died May 12th 1864 Remarks: (Listed in Co. C, 8 MI Cav.)
CENSUS: 1870 Census Bruce, Macomb, Michigan
Walker Submit Head Female 54 Widow CAN
Walker Horace Son Male 19 CAN
Walker Catura J. Dau Female 11 CAN
CENSUS: 1880 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Walker Subinit Mother Female 63 Widow CAN GER CT **Lived with Son, Horace
Children: are:
6. Horace Walker b. Nov 1849 Canada d.aft.1920 Macomb Co., MI m. 19 Nov 1876 Macomb Co., MI, Alvira Bray b. Jul 1851 MI d.bef.1910 Macomb Co., MI.
MARRIAGE RECORD: Macomb County, Michigan Dibean Marriage Index: Horace Walker and Alvira Bray - Macomb Co., 19 Nov 1876.
CENSUS: 1880 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Walker Horace Self Male 29 CAN ENG CAN Day Laborer
Walker Alorria Wife Female 27 MI CAN MI
Walker Lottie Dau Female 2 MI CAN MI
Walker Subinit Mother Female 63 Widow CAN GER CT
CENSUS: 1900 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Walker Horace Head Male Nov 1849 50 Marr: 23 yrs CAN CAN CAN Imm: 1860 Day Laborer
Walker Elvira Wife Female Jul 1851 48 Marr: 23 yrs Children: 9 Living: 4 MI MI MI
Walker Mary E. Dau Female Jun 1882 17 MI
Walker Horace T. Son Male Nov 1886 13 MI
Walker Lottie Dau Female Feb 1879 22 MI
Kiles Martha Dau Female Jun 1882 17 Marr: 2 yrs Children: 2 Living: 1 MI
Kiles Ephraim SonL Male Jun 1875 24 Marr: 2 MI MI MI
Kiles Ray C. GrandS Male Sep 1899 9/12 MI
CENSUS: 1910 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Walker Horace Head Male 61 Widow CAN ENG CAN Imm: 1860 Laborer Odd Jobs
Drumm John D. SonL Male 59 Marr: Thrice, 3rd 1 yr NY NY NY Laborer Odd Jobs
Drumm Lottie J. Dau Female 33 Marr: Twice, 2nd 1 yr Children: 0 MI CAN MI
CENSUS: 1920 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Walker Horace Sr. Head Male 73 Widow CAN CAN CAN Laborer Factory
Drumm Lottie Dau Female Widow MI CAN CAN
Drumm Mary GrandD Female 9 MI MI MI
Drumm Lizzie GrandD Female 6 MI MI MI
Children are:
5. Lottie Walker b.1878 Macomb Co., MI 1st m., (unknown). Lottie 2nd m.abt.1908, John Dudley Drum b.abt.1851 NY d.bef.1920 Macomb Co., MI. John 1st m., Florence McMullan.
**John was the son of John Drum and Mary Ann Brayman.
CENSUS: 1910 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Drumm John D. SonL Male 59 Marr: Thrice, 3rd 1 yr NY NY NY Laborer Odd Jobs **Lived with father, Horace Walker
Drumm Lottie J. Dau Female 33 Marr: Twice, 2nd 1 yr Children: 0 MI CAN MI
CENSUS: 1920 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Drumm Lottie Dau Female Widow MI CAN CAN **Lived with father, Horace Walker
Drumm Mary GrandD Female 9 MI MI MI
Drumm Lizzie GrandD Female 6 MI MI MI
Children are:
4. Mary Drum b.abt.1911 Macomb Co., MI.
4. Lizzie Drum b.abt.1914 Macomb Co., MI.
5. Mary E. Walker b. Jun 1882 Macomb Co., MI.
5. Martha Walker b. Jun 1882 Macomb Co., MI m.abt.1898 Macomb Co., MI, Ephraim Kiles b. Jun 1875 Macomb Co., MI.
**Ephraim was the son of Warren Kiles and Mary (Unknown).
CENSUS: 1880 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Kiles Warren Self Male 26 MI CAN CAN Farmer
Kiles Mary Wife Female 21 MI NY NY
Kiles Ephram Son Male 4 MI
Kiles Mary J. Dau Female 1 MI
CENSUS: 1900 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Kiles Martha Dau Female Jun 1882 17 Marr: 2 yrs Children: 2 Living: 1 MI **Lived with her Parents
Kiles Ephraim SonL Male Jun 1875 24 Marr: 2 MI MI MI
Kiles Roy C. GrandS Male Sep 1899 9/12 MI
CENSUS: 1910 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Kiles Ephrabrim Head Male 27 Marr: 6 yrs MI CAN CAN Laborer Odd Jobs
Kiles Martha Wife Female 29 Marr: 6 yrs Children: 7 Living: 5 MI CAN MI
Kiles Roy Son Male 12 MI
Kiles Isabella Dau Female 8 MI
Kiles Willis Son Male 5 MI
KIles Floyd Son Male 4 MI
Kiles Frank Son Male 1 MI
Children are:
4. Roy Kiles b. Sep 1899 Macomb Co., MI.
4. Isabella Kiles b.1907 Macomb Co., MI.
4. Willis Kiles b.1905 Macomb Co., MI.
4. Floyd Kiles b.1906 Macomb Co., MI.
4. Frank Kiles b.1909 Macomb Co., MI.
5. Horace Walker b. Nov 1886 Macomb Co., MI m.abt.1907 Macomb Co., MI, Margaret (unknown) b.1887 OH.
CENSUS: 1910 Census Bruce, Macomb, Michigan
Walker Horace Head Male 22 Marr: 3 yrs MI CAN CAN Laborer Odd Jobs
Walker Maggie Wife Female 21 Marr: 3 yrs Children: 1 Living: 1 OH OH OH
Walker Kenneth Son Male 2 MI
CENSUS: 1920 Census Washington, Macomb, Michigan
Walker Horace Head Male 32 MI CAN CAN Laborer Foundry
Walker Margaret Wife Female 31 OH OH OH
Walker Kenneth Son Male 12 MI
Walker Franklin Son Male 5 MI
Walker Margaret Dau Female 8/12 MI
S.S. DEATH RECORD: Horace Walker Birth: 10 Nov 1886 Death: Feb 1965 S.S. No.: 363-07-4488 Issued: Michigan
Children are:
4. Kenneth Walker b.1908 Macomb Co., MI.
4. Franklin Walker b.1915 Macomb Co., MI.
4. Margaret Walker b.1919 Macomb Co., MI.

6. Catura J. Walker b.abt.1859 Canada.

JOHN T. WALKER FAMILY
9. John Walker m., (unknown).
8. Matthew P. Walker b.abt.1776 MD m., Susan (unknown) b. PA.
NOTE: They moved to Pennsylvania, then Ohio and finally to Calhoun Co., Michigan in 1868. Susan was a native of Pennsylvania. Matthew and Susan Walker had eleven children. Matthew Walker's father was John Walker, a Revolutionary War soldier, however very little is known of him.
Children are:
7. John T. Walker b.1796 d.1871 Eaton Rapids, MI 1st m.1848, Mary A. Lewis b. NY d.1861. John 2nd m.1863, Emily M. (Fox) Ferguson b.1826 CT. Emily 1st m., Benjamin Ferguson d.1855 OH.
Children of John and Mary are:
6. Charles E. Walker
6. Albert N. Walker
6. Horace J. Walker
6. Amelia M. Walker
6. Edgar E. Walker
6. Mary E. Walker
Children of Benjamin and Emily are:
6. Ira N. Ferguson
6. Albert W. Ferguson
6. Daniel Ferguson
Child of John and Emily is:
6. Albert T. Walker.



WALKERS IN HOPE TOWNSHIP, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, ONTARIO
HUGH WALKER FAMILY:
1. Hugh Walker b.abt.1776 d.1805 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario m.abt.1794, Mary Johnston b.abt.1776 d.1850 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario.
Children are:
2. Nancy Walker m.1826 Port Hope, Northumberland Co., Ontario, John Randle McDonald.
Children are:
3. Augusta McDonald m., Rose (unknown).
Children are:
4. (Daughter) McDonald.
4. William McDonald.

2. John Walker b.1795 Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY d.1872 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario m., Mary Ann O'Dell b.1801 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario d. 1879 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario.
Children are:
3. Weathy Walker b.1821 d.1822.
3. Weaty Walker b.1822 d.1824.
3. John Wellington Walker b.1824 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario d.1920 m. Sarah Potts b.1833 Ireland d.1923 Winnipeg, MB.
3. Abigail Walker b.1825 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario d.1895 m.1844, Henry Millson b.1819 Lincolnshire, England d.1884.
3. William J. Walker b.1828 d.1878 Lansing, Ingham Co., MI m.1851 Ontario, Amy Emma Francis b.abt.1827.
NOTE: William moved to Lansing, Ingham Co., MI in the 1860's and died there in 1878.
3. Willard James Walker b.1830 d.1859.
3. Hiram Hugh Walker b.1831 d.1919 m.1862, Elizabeth (Lizzie) Scott b.1842.
3. James Walker b.1833 d.1834.
3. Johnston Schuyler Walker b.1835 d.1920 m., Louisa A. Sharp b.1838 d.1905.
3. Catharine Mary Walker b.1841 d.1894 m.1867, Reuben Carroll Grant b.1838 d.1911.

2. James Walker b.1798 Adolphustown, Lennox-Addington Co., Ontario d.1867 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario m.1823 Port Hope, Northumberland Co., Ontario, Rose Mary Roseborough b.1806 Ireland.
Children are:
3. Hugh Alexander Walker b.1827 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario d.1894 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario m., Margaret Jane Fitzgerald b.1835 d.1907 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario.
3. James Walker b.1831 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario d.1873 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario m.1863, Emma Parsons b.1842 West Putford, Devon d.1913.
3. Mary Jane Walker b.1836 d.1864 m.1858, William Tisdale b.abt.1833.
3. Elizabeth (Eliza) Walker b.1839 d.1902 m., Thomas A. Davidson b.1834 d.1921.
3. Eleanor Walker b.1842 d.1887 m.1867, Elias Robert Sculthorpe b.1836 d.1882 Port Hope, Northumberland Co., Ontario.
3. William John Walker b.1845 d.1877 m.1873 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario, Mary O'Hara b.1850.

2. William Walker b.1802 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario d.1840 Hope Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario m., Margaret Lockhart.
Submitted by:
Will Edgar Walker: DNA match to John Walker of Wigton.
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WALKERS IN NORFOLK COUNTY, ONTARIO
ALLEN WALKER FAMILY:
1. Allen Walker b.abt.1797 d.abt.1843 m.abt.1825, Anna (unknown) b.abt.1798 d.1881. Anna 2nd m.abt.1844, George Weaver.
NOTE: Allen died possibly in the 1840's and Anna then married George Weaver. Anna and George are buried at Vanessa cemetery next to two of James and Catherine's infant children.
Children are:
2. William Walker b.abt.1825 d.1883 Middleton, Windham Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario m.1845, Rachel Weaver.
NOTE: William and Rachel sold off their land in 1854 and moved to St. Clair, St. Clair Co., Mich. They later came back to Canada and settled in Middleton, Windham Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
Children are:
3. (Isabella, Arbilla or Priscilla) Walker b.abt.1842 m., Adelbert or Delbert (unknown).
NOTE: Mary and her family are on the 1871 Census for Winegarden.
Children are:
4. Mary.

2. Elizabeth Walker b.abt.1834 Blenheim Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario 1st m.abt.1854, Samuel Hewitt. Elizabeth 2nd m.1868, William Daikins d.1877. William 1st m. Elsa Weaver. Elizabeth 3rd m.1877, Henry Chambers.
NOTE: In the 1871 census for Windham, Elizabeth Hewit is living with Henry Chambers as a housekeeper, she is listed under her first married name. Living with her are her three sons, Gideon, Reed and Eli, two of them named the same as her brothers. In 1877 Elizabeth Daikins marries Henry Chambers. Two months after William Daiken died.
Children are:
3. Gideon Daikins.
3. Reed Daikins.
3. Eli Daikins.

2. Gideon Allen Walker b.1836 Beachville, Oxford Co., Ontario m.1864, Eliza Marie Johnson b.1846.
NOTE: Their marriage was performed by Rev. R.B. Smith and the certificate filed in London, Middlesex Co., Ontario. According to family lore, an aunt recalled that Gideon was a baker, and had only one arm. Eliza is a sister to James' wife Catherine, both are descendants of Jeremiah Johnson.
Children are:
3. George Walker b.1865.
3. Ida Bell Walker b.1874 m.1899 Scotland, Brant Co., Ontario, Samuel Joseph Nash b.abt.1874 Burford Twp., Brant Co., Ontario.
**Samuel was the son of Jacob Joseph Nash and Clarissa Lewis.
MARRIAGE: Samuel Joseph Nash , 25, farmer, Ancaster Twp., Burford Twp., son of Jacob Joseph Nash & Clarissa Lewis , married Ida Bell Walker , 25, Scotland, Ont., same, daughter of Gideon Allen Walker & Eliza M. Johnston, witnesses: James A. Beemer of Teeterville & Nellie Malcolm of Scotland , date: 24 May 1899 at Scotland.
3. Ada Ethel Walker b.1877.
3. Martha Helen "Ella" Walker b.1880.
3. Frederick Walker b. 1886.

2. James Walker b.1838 d.1914 Townsend Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario m.1859 Oxford Co., Ontario, Catherine Johnson b.1842 d.1901 Townsend Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
**Catherine is the daughter of James Johnson and Andelusia Chambers.
NOTE: James and Catherine lived on Lot 2, Con. 13, Townsend Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
CENSUS: 1901 Census Townsend, Norfolk, Ontario
Walker James Head Male Mar 4 1858 63
Walker Cathrin S. Wife Female Nov 18 1840 60
Walker Alma Dau Female Nov 10 1884 16
Children are:
3. Eliza Jane Walker m., Joseph Buck.
CEMETERY: Eliza is buried in Waterford.
3. Ann Walker.
3. Andrew Walker.
3. Elizabeth Walker b.1878 d.1962 m., George Cole of Wilsonville.
3. Alma Walker b. 10 Nov 1884 d.1966 m.aft.1901, Harry Rock.

2. Reed Walker b.abt.1841 d.1871 m.1864, Nancy Daiken b.1840.
Child is:
3. George Walker.
Submitted by:
Helen Brenneman
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WALKERS IN NEW YORK, ONTARIO, NORTH DAKOTA AND SASKATCHEWAN
ROBERT WALKER FAMILY:
7. Robert Walker b.abt.1823 Belfast, Ireland m., (unknown) Shepherd.
Children are:
6. Robert Walker b.abt.1843 d.1921 North Battleford, SK m. 10 Jun 1863, Katherine Amelia Shannon b. 21 Oct 1844 Niagara, Niagara Co., NY d. Sept 6 1919 North Battleford, SK.
Parents: Edward Shannon and Margaret (unknown).
NOTE: Morris is located on Highway 75, 30 minutes south of Winnipeg, in the Red River Valley. Sometime between 1881 and 1900, the family moved to North Dakota. In 1904 they moved to Meota, North Battleford, Saskatchewan.
CENSUS: 1871 Census Westminster, Middlesex, Ontario
Robert Walker Head Male Irish 28 ONT Farmer Church of England, Anglican
Catherine Amelia Walker Wife Female 24 USA
Robert Gibson Walker Son Male 5 ONT
Catherine Ann Amelia Walker Dau Female 3 ONT
Thomas Edward Walker Son Male 1 ONT
CENSUS: 1881 Census Morris, Provencher District, Manitoba
Robert Walker Head Male Scottish 38 ONT Cultivateur
Catherine Walker Wife Female English 33 Etats Unis C. Methodist
Robert Walker Son Male Scottish 18 ONT C. Methodist
Cassy Walker Dau Female Scottish 13 ONT C. Methodist
Etty Walker Dau Female Scottish 11 ONT C. Methodist
Usona Ed Walker Son Male Scottish 5 ONT C. Methodist
CENSUS: 1900 Census Henderson, Cavalier, North Dakota
Robert Walker Head Male Aug 18-- 56 or 66 Married 36 yrs PA IRE IRE Farmer
Katherine Walker Wife Female Oct 1844 55 Married 36 yrs Children Had: 8 Still living: 4 NY ENG ENG
Sina Walker Dau Female Dec 1877 23 CAN Servant
Children are:
5. Robert Gibson Walker b.abt.1863 or 1866 Ontario d. Bet. 1892-1897 Walhalla, Pembina Co., ND.
5. Catherine Ann Amelia "Cassie" Walker b.abt.1868 Ontario or 6 Dec 1863 Niagara Co., NY d. 1 Nov 1942 ND m. 16 Dec 1886, Charles Samuel Keeling b. 11 Sept 1854 Corby, Lincolnshire, England d. 21 Jan 1918 Fremont, Cavalier Co., ND.
Parents: Richard Keeling and Elizabeth Waddington Ingham.
CENSUS: 1900 Census Fremont, Cavalier, North Dakota
Keeling Charles Head Male Sept 1855 44 Married 14 yrs ENG ENG ENG Farmer Immigrated: 1880
Keeling Cassia A. Wife Female Dec 1864 35 Married 14 yrs Children Had: 8 Still Living: 7 CAN Eng SCOT NY Imm: 1881
Keeling Samuel Son Male Feb 1890 10 ND
Keeling John I. Son Male Oct 1891 9 ND
Keeling Elizabeth C. Dau Female May 1892 8 ND
Keeling Charles Son Male 1894 15 ND
Keeling Herbert Son Male Dec 1895 4 ND
Keeling Herald Son Male Mar 1897 2 ND
Keeling Bruce Son May 1900 5/12 ND
Walker Thomas E. Servant Male Sept 1871 CAN SCO NY Imm: 1881 Farm labor
Walker Alice M. Border Female Oct 1882 17 ND SCO NY At school
CENSUS: 1910 Census Fremont, Cavalier, North Dakota
Keeling Charley S. Head Male 54 Married 25 yrs ENG ENG ENG Farmer Immigrated: 1880
Keeling Carria A. Wife Female 45 Married 25 yrs Children Had: 11 Still Living: 9 NY CAN NY
Keeling Samuel R. Son Male 20 ND Farm Laborer
Keeling John I. Son Male 19 ND
Keeling Lizzie C. Dau Female 17 ND
Keeling Charles A. Son Male 15 ND
Keeling Herbert B. Son Male 14 ND
Keeling Harrald Son Male 10 ND
Keeling Allan H. Son Male 9 ND
Keeling Lila Dau Female 5 ND
Keeling Wilbur Son Male 2 ND
CENSUS: 1920 Census Fremont, Cavalier, North Dakota
Keeling Cassie Head Female 52 Widow NY IRE NY Farmer
Keeling Herbert Son Male 23 ND Laborer
Keeling Harrald Son Male 20 ND Laborer
Keeling Allan Son Male 18 ND Laborer
Keeling Lylia Dau Female 15 ND
Keeling Wilbur Son Male 12 ND
Children are:
4. Franklin Richard Keeling b. 28 Nov 1887 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 8 Aug 1889 ND.
4. Samuel Richard Keeling b. 20 Feb 1889 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND.
4. John Ingham Keeling b. Oct 1891 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 29 Dec 1968.
4. Clara Elizabeth or Elizabeth Clara Keeling b. 4 May 1892 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 2 Nov 1926.
4. Charles Albert Keeling b. 2 Mar 1894 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 13 Sep 1963 San Jose, CA.
4. Herbert Bruce Keeling b. 13 Dec 1896 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d.1969.
4. Harold Keeling b. 15 Mar 1898 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 21 Oct 1977.
4. Allen Howard Keeling b. 30 May 1900 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 11 May 1979.
4. George Keeling b. 12 Jun 1902 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 27 Oct 1907 ND.
4. Lyla Beatrice Keeling b. 21 May 1904 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 18 Oct 1938 Devils Lake, Ramsey Co., ND.
4. Wilbur Earl Keeling b. 19 Jan 1908 Walhalla, Cavalier Co., ND d. 10 Oct 1967.
5. Thomas Edward Walker b.abt.1869 Ontario m.abt.1905, Alberta Mae Chappell d.abt.1914 Saskatchewan.
CENSUS: 1900 Census Fremont, Cavalier, North Dakota
Walker Thomas E. Servant Male Sept 1871 CAN SCO NY Imm: 1881 Farm labor **Lived with sister, Cassia Keeling.
5. Elizabeth Walker b.abt.1870 Ontario d.1871.
5. Usena Abigail Walker b. 31 Dec 1878 Ontario d. 9 Jan 1950 North Battleford, SK m. 18 Mar 1901 Langdon, Cavalier Co., ND, Chester Kellogg b. 24 Feb 1879 Georgetown, Madison Co., NY d. 22 Jun 1933 Glaslyn, SK.
Parents: George Kellogg and Letticia Perry.
5. Alice Maud Walker b. 1 Oct 1882 Walhalla, Pembina Co., ND m. 17 Dec 1901 Langdon, Cavalier Co., ND, Alexander McMillan b. 5 Oct 1869 Bruce Twp., Bruce Co., Ontario d. 22 Jul 1949 North Battleford, SK.
Parents: John McMillan and Phoebe Turner.
CENSUS: 1900 Census Fremont, Cavalier, North Dakota
Walker Alice M. Border Female Oct 1882 17 ND SCO NY At school **Lived with sister, Cassia Keeling.
CENSUS: 1900 Census Langdon, Cavalier, North Dakota
McMillan, Alexander Boarder Male Apr 1876 24 CAN CAN CAN Imm: 1880 Farmer **Lived with Jerry Kelland
McMillan, Archie Boarder Male May 1883 17 ND CAN CAN Machine Expert
Submitted by:
Carol Murray
**Note: If you have any queries or information to share about this family please contact, Carol Murray at ceroach@telus.net



WALKERS IN IRELAND AND ONTARIO
HENRY WALKER FAMILY:
George Walker I b.abt.1600 Ireland, Rector of the Anglican Parish of Badoney in County Tyrone, Ireland. His success there led to appointments as Rector of Kilmore, and Chancellor of Armagh. He was father of George Walker II, Bishop of 'Derry, who died at Battle of the Boyne 1689. There are many history books describing the Battle of the Boyne and the siege of Londonderry. George Walker II, was born in the early 17th century in the county of Tyrone. He sought refuge in Londonderry during the battle in 1692-3 and was instrumental in bringing the siege to a successful conclusion without surrendering. For his efforts, the House of Commons created the title of "Doctor of Divinity of Oxford" and he was made Bishop of Londonderry by the King. It is said that Bishop Walker's portrait was in every house in England of the time and a lofty pillar was erected in his memory in Londonderry.
Great Grandson of George, Bishop of Derry:
1. Henry Walker Esq. b.1767 in Ireland d.1834 in Woodhouse, Norfolk Co., Ontario 1st m. Elizabeth A. McCollum d.1794-5, who died in child birth in Ireland. Henry 2nd m.1795-6, Mary Austin b. Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
**Mary was the daughter of Solomon Austin Jr. b.1744 Orange Co., NC d. 15 Feb 1826 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario and Johanna Thomas b.1752 d. 24 Apr 1834 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario. Buried: Vittoria Baptist Cemetery, Vittoria, Charlotteville Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
PHOTO: A photograph of Solomon Austin Jr. gravestone was submitted by Shelley Ginger Rogers http://www2.tribalpages.com/tribe/browse?userid=shelleyginger and is located on page 19.
HISTORY NOTE: In 1793, Henry joined a party UE Loyalists, consisting of 12 families from North Carolina and Maryland. Soon after arriving in the Niagara frontier they established a settlement in the Lynn River Valley. In 1796 Henry applied for and was issued land in Norfolk Co, Ontario. Henry served first with Park's Company as a private, next in the McCracken's Detachment as a private and finally served in the 2nd Norfolk militia.
Children are:
2. Joanna Walker b.1800.

2. James Walker b.1796 Ontario d.1877 Woodhouse, Norfolk Co., Ontario m. Hannah Robinson.
NOTE: James wasn't old enough to join when the War of 1812 started, so he join the militia till he was old enough and served in the last 2 years of the war, he was first lieutenant in a mounted troop of horsemen. He was also one of the pioneer magistrates of Woodhouse.
Children are:
3. Robert Walker.
NOTE: Became a doctor.
3. William Walker.
3. Phoebe Walker.
3. Mary Walker.
3. Rebecca Walker.

2. Rebecca Walker b.1802 m., David Marr Esq. of Marr's Hill.
Children are:
3. Israel Marr.
NOTE: Became a doctor.
3. James Marr.
3. Henry Marr b.1833 Ancaster Co., Wentworth Co., Ontario.
3. Caroline Marr.
3. Mary Marr.

2. Solomon Walker I b.1804 d.1881 m., Sarah Osbourne.
** Sarah was the daughter of Nathaniel Osbourne and (unknown).
NOTE: Solomon inherited the old homestead. He was one of the pioneer councilors of Woodhouse, Norfolk Co., Ontario.
Children are:
3. Henry Walker.
3. Nathaniel Osbourne Walker.
NOTE: Nathaniel was the well known Dr. N.O. Walker of Port Dover, Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario who practiced medicine for 40 yrs.
3. David Marr Walker.
NOTE: Daniel was Judge D.M. Walker of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
3. Solomon Walker II.
NOTE: Solomon mined in the famous Rossland district.
3. Mary Walker.
3. Sarah Walker.
3. Alice Walker.

2. Esther Walker b.1805 m., Joseph Carpenter.
NOTE: Esther and Joseph settled, finally, in the western United States.

2. Mary Walker b.1809.

**NOTE: There are two schools of thought whether this family is in actuality true descendants of George, Bishop of Derry. I chose to list the link to George because anyone researching this line will run into both views.
Great Grandson of George, Bishop of Derry:
1. William Walker m., Ursula (unknown).
NOTE: William and his wife, in 1740, made the voyage to Maryland from Ireland. Then, before 1743, (not known when), they moved into that section of North Carolina west of the Chowan River known as Bertie District. There, on March 30, 1743, he presented to the governor's counsel his headright claim, for himself, his wife Ursula, and two other dependents. He and his family settled on the 200 acres of granted land.
Children are:
2. (unknown) Walker.

2. (unknown) Walker.

2. Sander Walker.

2. Jeremiah Walker, Rev. b.1746 Butte Co., NC d.1792 Elbert Co., GA m., Milly (poss. Colson).
NOTE: Most of Jeremiah's adult life was spent as a Baptist minister. Jeremiah lived as a child and young man in that peculiar spiritual vacuum which had developed in the Virginia backcountry and in all of North Carolina. Jeremiah became pastor of Nottoway church, Amelia County, Virginia in 1769. This church under his ministry not only had large prosperity, but over twenty churches south of James river were gathered mainly through his labors. Later in life he fell into immorality and adopted erroneous views of doctrine, which cast a blemish on his character and impaired his usefulness.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT:
Will Book 1791-1803 page 25-26 Ordinary's Office Elbert County, Elberton, Georgia.
I, Jeremiah Walker, of the State of Georgia Elbert Co. Being afflicted in body, but of sound mind and memory, etc. I give to my wife Milly a negro man named Prince, also a negro woman named Rinah with Tom with Gloss her chn. Also a negro woman named Safford with Rachel and Peg her chn., her choice of a bed and furniture. Also a sorrel mare and saddle, a chest with drawers, a red trunk, also her dower of the third part of the land I bought of Hutson that part I devise to John Williams Walker in lew of all other dowry. Also Walkers Sermons, W. Roes Exercises, Cree, Poams, and Pilgrims Progress, also two cows and a heffer.
I lend to my dtr. Polly Coleman, the first female child that negro Easther, Sally or Prudance shall have during her natural life and then divided between her three dtrs., Elizabeth, Narcissa, Melinda to them forever, I also give to Polly my black walnut table, part of my crockery, and a part of my books.
I give to my son Henry Graves Walker 400 acres of land, being part of the land I bought from Robert Chambers (corners given). I give to my son Henry G. Walker a lot I bought in Petersburgh, also a negro girl named Agg, one feather bed and furniture, also a part of my books.
I give to my son Memorable Walker 350 acres known as the Cabben land, which I have Coalsons bond for titles and my desire that the titles to be made to my son Memorable Walker. Also one negro boy named David and the first male child that either Sally or Prudance shall have, also one feather bed, and a part of the books.
I give to my son Jeremiah 150 acres on the South side of Savannah River, being part of the tract of 700 acres bought from Chambers. Also 100 acres on the upper part of the island, also a negro boy named Tom, also a horse colt, one feather bed and part of my books.
I give to my son James Sanders Walker 150 acres, joining my son Jeremiah land at the mouth of Spring Branch, also a negro named Saffer, a small horse colt, one feather bed and furniture, a part of my books.
I give to my son John Williams Walker 250 acres on the river below Sanders line, also 100 of the island, also one negro boy named Webster, one feather bed and furniture, also a part of my books. I give to my daughter Elizabeth what she has in possession already, and a share of my books, with what books she already has.
I appoint my brother Sanders Walker and my friend James Tate Esq. The Executors. I desire that the tract of land of 622 acres I have on Brushey Creek, with negroes Tom, Sally and Prudance be hired out till my son John Williams Walker shall come of age. Whatever shall be left when John Williams Walker is of age shall be equally divided between my chn. Viz: Polly Coleman, Elizabeth Marshall, Henry Graves Walker, Memorable Walker, Jeremiah Walker, James Sanders Walker, John Williams Walker.
Dated 14 Sept. 1792.
Witnesses: William Tate, Richard Harvey, John Avren.
Signed: Jeremiah Walker
Henry S. Walker File 30 Clerk of Court Office Pickens, S.C. (Henry S. Walker was the husband of Louisa Rohanna Benson, daughter of William P. Benson who died in Pickens Dist. in 1853 and his widow Nancy G. Benson.)
Children are:
3. Mary Polly Walker m., (unknown) Coleman.
3. Elizabeth Walker m., (unknown) Marshall.
3. Henry Graves Walker.
3. Memorable Walker.
3. Jeremiah Walker.
3. James Sanders Walker.
3. John Williams Walker b.abt.1780 VA d.1823 Huntsville, Madison Co., AL m. 30 Jan 1810 Elbert Co., GA, Matilda Pope b. 2 Jul 1791 Amherst Co., VA d. 31 May 1835 Huntsville, Madison Co., AL.
**Matilda was the daughter of Leroy Pope and Judith Sale.
MARRIAGE: Elbert County, Georgia Marriages 1806 - 1809, Pg. 26: Walker, John Wm. and Matilda Pope, Jan 30, 1810.
NOTE: John was educated at Moses Waddel’s Academy in Vienna, South Carolina, the school that John C. Calhoun attended, and graduated from Princeton College. Admitted to the bar at Petersburg, he came to Huntsville, Alabama in 1810. He practiced law with success, interrupted by an election to the legislature of Mississippi Territory. Member of the legislature of Alabama Territory in 1818, and the next year was president of the convention that framed the constitution of the state. In 1819, he was elected the first senator from the State of Alabama. A want of health forced him to resign December 12, 1822, and he died of tuberculosis in 1823, which he contracted while nursing his brother, Memorable. Matilda's father, Leroy Pope, moved the family to Petersburg, GA. about 1794. Leroy Pope and the Walkers went on to found the city of Huntsville, Madison Co., Alabama. Matilda's sister, Maria, married Thomas George Percy, another of the leading families in Alabama at the time. The Popes, Walkers, and Percy families were close socially and in business. John and Matilda's son Percy Walker was named in honor of their friends the Percy family.
NOTE: Most of the Pope family information was generously shared by Virgil Pope vpope02@sprynet.com.
CEMETERY: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Madison Co., AL: Leroy Pope, John Williams Walker, and Charles Henry Walker ( son of John W. and Matilda Pope Walker), Section 13, Row 16.
Children are:
4. Mary Jane Walker.
4. John James Walker.
NOTE: John was educated at West Point. After serving in the Creek and Seminole conflicts of the 1830’s, he became Collector of the Port of Mobile for a number of years. During the entire Civil War he served as colonel on the staff of General Braxton Bragg. After the war he was for a number of years Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, and later president of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. He died childless.
4. Percy Walker b.1812.
NOTE: Percy was admitted to the bar after graduation from the University of Pennsylvania. After an initial career in the General Assembly of Alabama, he was elected to the US House of Representatives in 1855. During the Civil War he served the Confederacy as an adjutant and inspector-general with the rank of colonel. After the war he was appointed Recorder of Mobile.
4. Leroy Pope Walker b.1817 d. Huntsville, Madison Co., AL m., Eliza (poss. Dickson Pickett) b.abt.1832 AL.
NOTE: Read law under Judge Hopkins of Huntsville, Alabama, and immediately moved to Canton, Mississippi. Having little success, he returned to Bellefonte, Jackson County, Alabama, and a year later, to Moulton.
CENSUS: 1860 Census Huntsville, Madison, Alabama
Walker Leroy P. 40 Male Lawyer 128000 155000 AL
Walker Eliza 28 Female AL
Walker Matilda 9 Female 9 AL
Walker Pope 6 Male AL
CENSUS: 1870 Census 3-WD Huntsville, Madison, Alabama
Walker Polk 48 Male Lawyer 100000 200 AL
Walker Eliza 38 Female AL
Walker Polk 15 Male AL
Thomas LaFayette 30 Male Blk House Servant AL
Walker Cassie 54 Female MU Cook AL
Patton Ellis 15 Male MU AL
CENSUS: 1880 Census Huntsville, Madison, Alabama
Walker Leroy P. Self Male 50 Lawyer AL VA GA
Walker Eliza D. Wife Female 48 AL NC RI
CEMETERY: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Madison Co., AL: Leroy Pope, John Williams Walker, and Charles Henry Walker ( son of John W. and Matilda Pope Walker), Section 13, Row 16.
Children are:
5. Matilda Walker b.abt.1851 AL.
5. Pope Walker b.abt.1855 AL.
4. Charles Henry Walker b.1819 d.1821 Huntsville, Madison Co., AL.
DEATH: Died at the age of two of an undiagnosed illness while in the care of John Williams Walker’s dear friend, Thomas Percy, who took care of the family.
CEMETERY: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Madison Co., AL: Leroy Pope, John Williams Walker, and Charles Henry Walker ( son of John W. and Matilda Pope Walker), Section 13, Row 16.
4. William Memorable Walker b.1821 d.1864 Mobile Co., AL.
NOTE: Was educated at Spring Hill College, Mobile, Mobile Co., AL and the University of Virginia. He served as 1st Lieutenant of the Third Dragoons during the Mexican War. In the Civil War he was a Captain, 1st Regiment Artillery at Fort Morgan, Mobile Bay, Mobile Co., AL, where he died in 1864. William never married.
4. Richard Wilde Walker b. 16 Feb 1823 AL d,bef.1880 AL m., Mary A. Simpson b.abt.1828 AL.
**Mary was the daughter of John Simpson and (unknown).
NOTE: Was educated at Spring Hill College, the University of Virginia, and graduated with honors at Princeton University. Returned to Alabama to practice law in the early 1840’s. Soon thereafter was elected to the General Assembly and was chosen Speaker of that House in 1855. In 1859 he was appointed a Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, and later was elected to a full term on the court. In 1861 he was elected a member-at-large to the Provincial Congress of the Confederate States. In 1863 he was elected to succeed C.C. Clay in the Confederate Senate, serving there for the remainder of the war. He retired to the private practice of law after the war and died in Huntsville in the 1870’s.
CENSUS: 1860 Census Florence, Lauderdale, Alabama
Simpson John 69 Male Planter 211000 137000 IRE
Walker R.W. 37 Male Judge S. Court & Farmer 30000 50000 AL
Simpson John Jr 30 Male Merchant AL
Walker Mary A. 32 Female AL
Simpson Margaret 24 Female AL
Walker John S. 10 Male AL
Walker Margaret P. 8 Female AL
Walker Rich W. Jr 3 Male AL
CENSUS: 1870 Census 3-WD Huntsville, Madison, Alabama
Walker Richard 47 Male Lawyer 16500 12000 AL
Walker Mary 42 Female AL
Walker John 21 Male Civil Eng. AL
Walker Margaret 18 Female AL
Walker Richard 13 Male AL
Walker Percy 3 Male AL
CENSUS: 1880 Census Huntsville, Madison, Alabama
Walker Mary A. Self Female 50 Widow AL IRE IRE
Walker Margaret Dau Female 30 AL
Walker Percy H. Son Male 13 AL
CENSUS: 1900 Census 3-WD Huntsville, Madison, Alabama
Walker Mary A. Head Female Jun 1828 71 Widow Children: 4 Living: 4 AL IRE IRE
Dax Margaritte Sister Female June 1835 64 Widow Children: 0 AL IRE IRE
Bolling Margarette Dau Female Oct 1851 48 Widow Children: 1 Living: 1 AL
Anderson Wm. Servant Male Blk Dec 1849 50 AL AL AL
Children are:
5. John S. Walker b.abt.1850 AL.
5. Margaret Patton Walker b. Oct 1851 AL m. 1 Nov 1881 Huntsville, Madison Co., AL, John Minge Bolling b. 20 Dec 1833 VA d. 15 Nov 1887 MD.
**John was the son of Robert Buckner Bolling and Sarah Melville Minge.
NOTE: John was a Private in a Maryland regiment C.S.A. and later was a Private in Mosby's Rangers. He attended the University of Virginia 1851 - 1856 and the University of Heidelburg. Lived in New York City and was a lawyer there.
Child is:
6. Richard Walker Bolling b. 14 Sep 1882.
5. Richard Wilde Walker Jr b. Mar 1857 AL m.aft.1880 AL, Shelby W. (unknown) b. Jan 1862 AL.
CENSUS: 1900 Census 3-WD Huntsville, Madison, Alabama
Walker Richard W. Head Male Mar 1857 43 Marr: 14 yrs AL AL AL Lawyer
Walker Shelby W. Wife Female Jan 1862 38 Marr: 14 yrs Children: 0 AL VA KY
Lanier Effie Servant Female Blk Oct 1881 18 AL AL AL
Swacke Annie Servant Female Blk Dec 1886 13 AL AL AL
5. Percy H. Walker b. Jul 1867 AL m., Marrion (unknown) b. Jan 1867 VA.
CENSUS: 1900 Census Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama
Walker Percy H. Boarder Male Jul 1867 33 Marr: 6 yrs AL AL AL Chemist **Lived with Emma Gunning
Walker Marrion Wife Female Jan 1867 33 Marr: 6 yrs Children: 0 VA VA VA

Sources:
1. "John Williams Walker - a study in the Political, Social, and Cultural Life of the Old Southwest." Hugh C. Bailey University of Alabama Press - 1964.
2. "Alabama - Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men from 1540 to 1872." Willis Brewer.



WALKERS IN WOODHOUSE TOWNSHIP, NORFOLK COUNTY, ONTARIO
JOSEPH WALKER FAMILY
7. Joseph Walker b.abt.1784 NJ d.1840 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario m., Abi Lamkin b.abt.1784 d.1851 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
**Abi was the daughter of Thomas Lamkin and Judith Dickinson.
NOTE: Joseph and Abi are buried in Old Woodhouse Methodist church cemetery. During the War of 1812, Joseph served as a private in McFarland Wilson’s Co., Second Regiment of the Norfolk County Militia (1814). Joseph Walker served as a Grand Juror on the London District Court on 1 Jun 1814 and 13 Sep 1814. On 23 Jun 1815, Joseph Walker purchased from William Dickson and Thomas Clark 200 acres of land in Lot 5 in the Gore of Woodhouse Twp. This was located on the west side of present Highway 24 south of the St. John’s Church Road and north of Highway 6. It is about three miles south of the town of Simcoe. Besides farming, Joseph also worked as a blacksmith. Joseph was again a Grand Juror on 12 Sep 1815. On 17 Sep 1816, Joseph Walker, George G. Salmon, Esq., Mr. Rowland Gilbert and Mr. Isaac Gilbert were appointed trustees to build a school in Woodhouse Twp.5. On 10 Jun 1817, Joseph was appointed Constable for Woodhouse Twp. In the 1829 Collection Roll of Woodhouse Twp., Joseph was assessed at £213. On 16 Jun 1826, Joseph Walker purchased from Robert Grant 200 acres in Lot 12, Concession 3, Woodhouse Twp. On 24 Mar 1830, he sold the south half of this lot to Roswell Lampkin. On 5 Apr 1832, Joseph Walker purchased 100 acres in the west half of Lot 12, Concession 4 from John Stone. On 4 Jun 1831, aged 47 transferred to serve as a Sergeant in the 2nd or Reserve Battalion of the 1st Regiment of Norfolk Militia formed for men aged 40 or over. At the time of his death, Joseph was an Elder in the Free Communion Baptist Church. The obituary of Joseph Walker appeared in the Christian Guardian newspaper, Toronto, Vol. XI, No. 42, 12 Aug 1840, p. 167: “Joseph Walker, an elder in the Free Communion Baptist Church, died in Woodhouse June 23, 1840 in his 57th year.” After Joseph died, Abi lived with her daughter Lucy Ann and her husband George Cullimore. In the 1852 Census of Woodhouse Twp., Abi was listed as a widow, born in the United States, 67, Baptist with her daughter and son-in-law, Lucy and George Cullimore. However, this record also stated that there was a female death in 1851 of “palzy” which would have been Abi according to her gravestone.
WILL EXCERPTS: The will of Joseph Walker of Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario, blacksmith, was dated in 1840, registered on 7 Jan 1850.
He left the farm in Lot 5, Gore to his wife Abi.
He left the use of his blacksmith shop and tools to his son John.
Following Abi’s death, John was to have the south half of Lot 5, Gore.
He left the west half of Lot 12, Concession 14, Woodhouse Twp. to his daughter Lucy Ann, wife of George Cullimore.
He left the north half of Lot 12, Concession 3, Woodhouse Twp. to his son Isaac.
He mentioned his son William who was not yet 21 years old, leaving him 100 acres in the north half of Lot 5, Gore.
He also mentioned his other daughters, Amy wife of John Kniffen, Susan Williams and Lovina Bowlby.
CEMETERY: Old Woodhouse Methodist Church Cemetery, Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario: Joseph Walker died Jun 1840 Aged 56 Yrs., Aby, Beloved wife of Joseph Walker, Died Nov 7, 1851 Aged 66 Yr.
Children are:
6. Susan A. Walker b.1807 USA d.1857 Houghton Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario m., Henry Bostwick Williams b.abt.1806 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
**Henry was the son of Jonathan Williams and Maria Titus.
CEMETERY: Clear Creek Cemetery, Houghton Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario: Susan A. Williams.

6. John Walker b.1809 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1874 South Norwich Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario 1st m.1831, Lucy Yale b.1814 d.1859 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario. John 2nd m.1868 Oxford Co., Ontario, Emeline (Taylor) Wilson.
NOTE: Following their marriage, the couple lived at Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario then moved to Tillsonburg, Dereham Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario followed by a period in Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. They then returned to Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario in 1840. John inherited from his father the use of the blacksmith shop in Lot 5, Gore of Woodhouse Twp. and the south half of the lot. On 10 Jan 1850, John gave a quitclaim deed on this property to his sister Lucy Ann Cullimore, wife of George Cullimore. John and Lucy farmed in Lot 6, Concession 4, Woodhouse Twp. located on the south side of the DeCou Road west of the Blue Line Road about 4 miles east of Simcoe. John followed his father’s trade of blacksmith and inherited his fathers’ tools.
Children are:
5. Mary Ann Walker b.1832 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. Melissa Jane Walker b.1836 Tillsonburg, Dereham Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario m.1867, James Rogers b.1830 Scotland.
**John was the son of James Rogers and Margaret (unknown).
5. Oliver Nelson Walker b.1839 Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY.
5. Abigail Theresa Walker b.1843 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. Linus Yale Walker b.1845 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario m.1865, Loretta A. Lefler b.1846 Townsend Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
**Loretta was the daughter of Frederick Lefler and Loretta A. (unknown).
5. Walter Wallace Walker b.1848 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. Amasa Leander Walker b.1851 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. John Titus Walker b.1853 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. George Alvy Walker b.1858 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.

6. Lucy Ann Walker b.1812 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1890 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario m., George Cullimore b.1804 England d.1872 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
NOTE: George and Lucy farmed on the Walker homestead in the south part of Lot 5, Gore of Woodhouse Twp., inherited from Lucy’s father.
CENSUS: 1871 Census Woodhouse, Norfolk, Ontario
George Cullimore Head Male 66 ENG Farmer Close Communion Baptist
CENSUS: 1881 Census Woodhouse, Norfolk South, Ontario
Lucy Ann Cullamore Head Female Widow 68 German ONT Farmer Baptist
Minnie Elliot -- Female 28 Irish ONT Methodist
Charles Cullamore -- Male 8 English ONT Methodist
CEMETERY: Old Woodhouse Methodist Church Cemetery, Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario: Cullimore, Lucy Ann, wife of George Cullimore, died Feb.3, 1890 aged 77y 5m 18d, Cullimore. George died Apr. 27, 1872 aged 68y. Cullimore, Isaac, son of George and Lucy, died Mar. 31, 1864 aged 19. Cullimore, Walter P., son of George and Lucy, died Dec. 31, 1873 aged 25. Cullimore, Julia A. died Oct. 28,1875 aged 25.
Children are:
5. Joseph W. Cullimore b.1829 Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1885 1st m.1865, Mary Marshall b.1828 England d.1879. Joseph 2nd m., Flora Culver b.1844 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1932.
**Mary was the daughter of John Marshall and Tabitha Church.
NOTE: Information on the Church surname given by Donna Cole mack@uber.com
**Flora was the daughter of Adam Culver and Nancy Leach.
CEMETERY: Old Woodhouse Methodist Church Cemetery, Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario. Joseph succeeded to the family homestead in the south half of Lot 5, Gore of Woodhouse Twp. He was listed there with his father in the 1867 Gazetteer and named on the lot on the 1877 Historical Atlas map.8,11 Flora was recorded as a widow in the 1901 Census of Woodhouse Twp.
Child of Joseph and Mary is:
4. Joseph Walker Cullimore b.1867 Norfolk Co., Ontario. d.1935.
Child of Joseph and Flora:
4. John Adam Cullimore b.1885 Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1970 m., Maud Elizabeth Horn b.1887 d.1939.
Children are:
5. Collin Cullimore b.1832 Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. John Cullimore b.1836 Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. Abi Cullimore b.1841 Norfolk Co., Ontario m.1865 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario., Benjamin Butler b.abt.1842.
**Benjamin was the son of Richard Butler and Mary (unknown).
5. Isaac Cullimore b.1844 Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1864 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. Walter Peter Cullimore b.1848 Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1873 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario.
5. Julia A. Cullimore b.1853 Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1875 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario m. 14 Feb 1874 Port Dover, Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario, Solomon Winters b.abt.1849 England.
MARRIAGE: 7391-74 (Norfolk Co): Solomon Winters, 25, farmer, England, Woodhouse, s/o John & Mary, married Julia Cullimore, 21, Canada, Woodhouse, d/o George and Lucy, witn: Sarah and Fred Bryers of Pt. Dover, 14 Feb 1874 at Port Dover.

6. Isaac J. Walker b.1815 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1896 Barry Co., MI 1st m.1835, Margaret Louisa Disbrow b.1818. Isaac 2nd m.1844 Steuben Co., IN, Betsey Pierson. Isaac 3rd m., Lena (unknown). Isaac 4th m.1851 Genesee Co., MI, Harriet Sines.
**Margaret was the daughter of Jacob C. Disbrow and Anna Jolly.
NOTE: In 1840, Isaac inherited from his father the north half of Lot 12, Concession 3, Woodhouse Twp. On 1 Mar 1842, Isaac and his wife Margaret sold this property. On 24 May 1842, Isaac Walker and Thomas Matthews purchased land at Pleasant Twp., Steuben Co., Indiana near the town of Angola. They moved to Vienna Twp., Genesee Co., Michigan where Isaac was recorded in the 1850 Census. His disability discharge from the Army in the Civil War stated his birthplace was New York.
CEMETERY: Riverside Cemetery, Hastings, Barry Co., MI.
Children of Isaac and Margaret are:
5. Charles Gilbert Walker b.1836.
5. Russell L. Walker b.abt.1837.
5. Charlotte Matilda Walker b.1840.
5. Isaac James Walker b.abt.1841.

6. Amia (Amy) Walker b.abt.1816 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario d.1873 m.1831, John Kniffen b.abt.1809.
**John was the son of George Kniffen and Elizabeth (unknown).
CEMETERY: Old Woodhouse Methodist Church Cemetery, Woodhouse Twp.

6. Lavina Walker b.1817 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario d.bef.1864 m.1832, Samuel T. Bowlby b.1810 d.1887.
**Samuel was the son of John Bowlby and Rachel Smith.
MARRIAGE NOTICE: Samuel Bowlby and Lavinia Walker, both of Woodhouse, were married on 5 Dec 1832 with John Bowlby and Joseph Walker as witnesses.

6. William H. Walker b.1828 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario 1st m.1848, Deborah Ann Mattice b.1827 Etobicoke, York Co., Ontario. Deborah 2nd m.1859, William Stewart b.1823 Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario. William H. Walker 2nd m. Eliza A. (unknown).
**Deborah was the daughter of William Mattice and Margaret Salmon.
**William was the son of John Stewart and Elizabeth (unknown).
NOTE: William and Deborah farmed in the west half of Lot 12, Concession 4, Woodhouse Twp. near her grandfather William who was in the east half of Lot 13, Concession 4. The Walker farm was located between the Lynn Valley and DeCou Roads north of Port Dover. William and Deborah divorced and each remarried. William and Eliza moved to Frankville Twp., Winneshiek County, Iowa. They were recorded in the 1860 Census of Frankville Twp. IA.



WALKERS IN MASSACHUSETTS/ VERMONT/ ONTARIO
DANIEL WALKER FAMILY:
14. (unknown) Walker b. England m., Molly "Widow" Walker b.1590 Weymouth, England d. Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA
Children are:
13. Sarah Walker m., John Tisdale d.1776 Tauton, Bristol Co., MA.
13. James Walker of Tauton, MA.
13. Philip Walker Sr b.abt.1630 England d. 20 Aug 1679 Rehoboth MA m.1654 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA, Jane Metcalf b. 24 Mar 1632 England d. 24 Oct 1710 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA. Mary 2nd m.1684, John Polley.
**Jane was the daughter of Michael Metcalf and Sarah Elleyn.
Children are:
12. Samuel Walker b.1655 1st m.1681, Martha Ide. Samuel 2nd m.abt.1702, Elizabeth (unknown).
Children of Samuel and Martha are:
11. Samuel Walker b.1682 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA 1st m., Bethya Read. Samuel 2nd m., Ruth Bliss.
11. Patience Walker b.1685 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Noah Perrin.
11. Timothy Walker b.1687 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA 1st m., Grace Child. Timothy 2nd m., Rachel Beverly.
11. Peter Walker b.1689 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA 1st m., Mary Child. Peter 2nd m., Martha Read. Peter 3rd m., Bethiah (unknown).
11. Ephraim Walker b.1692 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Mary Abell.
11. Martha Walker b.1696 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Ichabod Bowen.
Children of Samuel and Elizabeth are:
11. Elizabeth Walker b.1702 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.1702 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
11. Benjamin Walker b.1703 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA 1st m., (unknown) Bicknell. Benjamin 2nd m., Elizabeth Childs. Benjamin 3rd m., (unknown) Cadwell.
12. Sarah Walker b.1657 m.1677, Abraham Perrin Sr.
Children are:
11. Sarah Perrin.
11. Rebekah Perrin.
11. Elizabeth Perrin.
11. Abraham Perrin Jr.
11. Anne Perrin.
11. Ruth Perrin.
11. Isaac Perrin m., Susanna (unknown).
11. Jacob Perrin.
12. Elizabeth Walker (twin) b.1661 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m.1687, Henry Sweet.
Children are:
11. John Sweet b.1695.
11. Philip Sweet.
11. Thomas Sweet.
11. Michael Sweet.
11. Dorothy Sweet.
12. Philip Walker Jr (twin) b.1661 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d. 17 Feb 1740 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA 1st m., Mary Bowen. Philip 2nd m.1689, Sarah (unknown) b.abt.1671 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d. 6 Feb 1739 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
Children of Philip and Mary are:
11. Ebenezer Walker b.1688.
11. James Walker m., Elizabeth (unknown).
11. Philip Walker Jr b.1693 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA 1st m., Mary Chard. Philip 2nd m., Ann Martin.
Children of Philip and Sarah are:
11. Sarah Walker b.abt.1695 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Thomas Kilton.
11. Esther Walker m., (unknown) Avery.
11. Mary Walker m., Josiah Ide.
11. Jane Walker b.1702 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Samuel Newman Jr.
11. Nathaniel Walker b.abt.1704 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Anna Sweeting.
11. Daniel Walker Sr b. 10 Oct 1706 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d. Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT m.1730 Seekonk, Bristol Co., MA, Mary Perry b. 19 Apr 1708 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA, d.abt.1776 Rutland Co., VT.
Children are:
10. Mary Walker b.1730 Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT d.1777.
10. Mehitable Walker b.1733 Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT.
10. Sarah Walker b.1734 Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT.
10. Daniel Walker Jr. b.abt.1736 Rutland Co., VT d.1795 Ernestown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario 1st m.abt.1758, Jerusha Bates b.abt.1740 d.bef.1770. Daniel 2nd m.abt.1770, Mary Young b.1739.
NOTE: Daniel Walker's second wife, Mary Young, was an English woman, by whose influence he espoused the side of the British in the Revolutionary War. In Claredon, Vermont, the Committee of Safety, of which his brother Gideon Walker was a member, notified Daniel, that because of his support of the Crown, if he was found off his farm, he would be declared an outlaw. Daniel, with five other Tory men, started for Canada immediately, his family soon followed him to Ernestown, Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario before 1795. He was considered a very eccentric man. He said his male children's names should all start with W.
Children of Daniel and Jerusha are:
9. Jerusha Walker b.1757.
9. William Walker b.1758.
9. Weeden (Wheedon) Walker b.1762 Coventry, Kent Co., RI d.1834 Ernesttown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario 1st m.1784 Danby, Rutland Co., VT, Sarah Irish b.abt.1768 Duchess Co., NY. Weeden 2nd m.1821 Ernesttown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Jenny Prindle Jains.
Children are:
8. John Walker b.abt.1785.
8. Hazelton Walker b.1790 m.1805 Ernesttown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Katherine Ferguson.
8. Daniel Walker b.1792.
8. Waite Walker b.1795.
8. Esther Walker b.1798 m., Solomon Ball.
Children are:
7. Mary Ball.
7. Sarah Ball.
7. Solomon Ball Jr.
7. Susannah Ball m.1820 Ernesttown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario, Hughson Walker.
7. Mercy Ball.
7. Rachel Ball.
7. Lucinda Ball.
9. Mary Walker b.1770 m.1790 Ernesttown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario, Bruin Hough.
MARRIAGE: Dec. 16, 1790 -- Bruine Hough to Mary Walker, both of Ernesttown. Wit: Huldah & Abigail Hough, David Walker, Job Elsworth.
Children of Daniel and Mary are:
9. Daniel Walker Jr b.1772 m., Mary Powell.
Child is:
8. John Walker b.1798 m.1820 Ernesttown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario, Eve Davey b.abt.1802.
NOTE: John and Eve settled in Portland and Logorough Twp., Frontenac Co., Ontario.
Children are:
7. Jemima Walker b.1818.
7. Sarah Walker b.1821.
7. William Walker b.1828.
7. Charles Walker b.1830.
7. John Davy Walker b.1832.
7. Samuel Walker b.abt.1834
7. Aaron (Arin) Walker b.1835.
7. Anne Walker b.abt.1837
7. David J. Walker b.1842.
7. Susannah Walker m., John Farewell.
7. Christopher Walker.
7. Jacob Walker m., Phillipa Story.
NOTE: Phillipa was the daughter of Thomas Story and (unknown).
7. Joshua Walker b.abt.1773.
NOTE: Joshua settled Sheffield Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario.
7. Walter Walker b.abt.1774.
10. Gideon Walker b. 20 Nov 1738 Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA d. 2 Nov 1793 Whiting, Addison Co., VT m.1763, Rachel Foster b.1743 Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA d.1813 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
NOTE: Gideon Walker was an "ensign" in Ethan Allen's unit, called the Green Mountain Boys, who captured Ft. Ticonderoga in 1775. A number of these men were given land by the government around Whiting and settled there.
Children are:
9. Mary Walker b.1764.
9. Jesse Walker b.1767 Coventry, Kent Co., RI d.1822 Whiting, Addison Co., VT m.1793, Prudence Sawyer d.1856 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
Children are:
8. Whitfield Walker b.1794 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.1877 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Horatio Walker b.1795 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.1812 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Prudence Sawyer Walker b.1797 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Sawyer Walker b.1799 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Hiram Walker b.1802 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Lucy Walker b.1806 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Eliza Walker b.1808 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Jesse Walker Jr b.1810 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Eunice Walker b.1813 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Rachel Walker b. Rutland Co., VT.
9. Levi Walker b.1772 Rutland Co., VT m.1793, Lavina Branch b.1767 d.1889 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
Children are:
8. Samuel Tracy Walker b. 4 Mar 1794 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d. 12 Nov 1872 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Lura Walker b. 20 Sept 1795 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Rachel Walker b. 1 May 1797 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. John Branch Walker b. 23 Dec 1799 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d. 12 Aug 1875 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Levi Walker Jr b. 4 Mar 1802 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Abel Walker b. 17 Oct 1804 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d. 23 Mar 1892 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Gideon Walker b.abt.1806 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d. 15 Oct 1829 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Jerome Walker b.abt.1812 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.1813 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
9. Amos Elmore Walker b. 25 May 1775 Rutland Co., VT d. Whiting, Addison Co., VT m.1798, Sarah "Sally" Miller b. Coventry, Kent Co., RI d.1849 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
Children are:
8. Timothy Miller Walker b.1801 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Amos Elmore Walker Jr b.1803 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.1888 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Gideon Walker b. Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Sarah Walker b.1809 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.1829 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
8. Richard Hart Walker I b. 11 Aug 1811 Whiting, Addison Co., VT 1st m.1833, Caroline Hubbard b.1814 d.1841. Richard 2nd m.24 Dec1843, Eliza Allen.
Child of Richard and Caroline is:
8. Jerusha Walker b. Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.1839 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
Child of Richard and Eliza is:
8. Albert Martin Walker b. 6 Jun 1845 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.abt.1911 Seattle, WA m., Elizabeth Williams b. Wales (orphan), d. Seattle, King Co., WA.
Child is:
7. Richard Hart Walker II b. 15 Jul 1869 Fox Lake, Dodge Co., WI d. 5 Dec 1940 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA m. 25 Dec 1895, Blanche A. Babcock b. 1/8/1871 Osage, Mitchell Co., IA, d. 7 Jul 1965 Seattle, King Co., WA.
Child is:
6. Glen Hart Walker b.1897 Britt, Hancock Co., IA d.1967 Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA m.1925, Irene Spannbauer b.1899 Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY, d.1987 Marietta, Cobb Co., GA.
Child is:
5. Barbara Babcock Walker b. 30 Oct 1925 Seattle, King Co., WA d. 16 Mar 1994 Marietta, Cobb Co., GA m. 15 Sept 1948 Marietta Cobb Co., GA, Robert McAlpin Goodman Jr. b. 29 Feb 1924 Marietta, Cobb Co., GA.
8. Samuel Pike Walker b.1812 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.1815 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
9. James L. Walker b.1778 Rutland Co., VT d.1857 Whiting, Addison Co., VT m.1797 Whiting, Addison Co., VT. Mary Olive Olin d.1806 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
Child is:
8. Benjamin Foster Walker b.1800 Whiting, Addison Co., VT d.1814 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
9. Gideon Walker Jr b.1781 Whiting, Addison Co., VT m.1804, Barbara Olin.
Child is:
8. Betsey Ann Walker b.1805 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
9. Samuel Beach Walker b.1784 Whiting, Addison Co., VT.
10. Esther Walker b.1740 Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA d.abt.1773.
10. Rebecca Walker b.1740 Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA.
10. Nathan Walker b.1744 Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA d.1823.
10. Keziah Walker (son) b.1745 Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA d.1747 Coventry, Kent Co., RI.
10. John Walker b.1748 Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA d.1748 Coventry, RI.
10. Ichabod Walker b.1749 Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA d.1832 Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., NY 1st m.1769, Abigail Legia/Logia d.1798 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT. Ichabod 2nd m.1799 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT, Penelope (Patch) Ring b.1754 Union, Tolland Co., CT. Penelope 1st m., Joseph Ring b.1751 Kingston, Plymouth Co., MA.
**Penelope was the daughter of Ephraim Patch and Penelope Dana.
Children are:
9. Olive Walker b.1770 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1770 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
9. Asa Walker b.1772 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1845 Lenox, Madison Co., NY 1st m.1794 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT, Sibilla Cushman b.1776 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1811 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT. Asa 2nd m.1812, Rebecca (Trask) Brink b.1772 d.1851 Lenox, Madison Co., NY.
NOTE: Asa and Sibilla were both Baptists. Asa was a carpenter and removed from Claredon, Rutland Co., VT to Lenox, Madison Co., NY in Oct 1814.
Children of Asa and Sibilla are:
8. Hannah Walker b.1795 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1843 m.1814, Simon Cook b.1791 Wallingford, Rutland Co., VT.
Children are:
7. Had eleven children.
8. Lavina Walker b.1798 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1847 m.1814 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT, Harry Boardman b.abt.1796 Burlington, Chittenden Co., VT.
Children are:
7. Had nine children of whom four survived her.
8. Laura Walker b.1799 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1852 Plainfield Co., IL m.abt.1820 Lenox, Madison Co., NY, Nathan Farr b.abt.1795 Oneida Co., NY.
Children are:
7. Had six children.
8. Lois Walker b.1801 Hindsburg, Orleans Co., VT m.1817, Noah Stevens of Lenox, Madison Co., NY.
Children are:
7. Had ten children.
8. Alvin Walker b.1802 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT m.abt.1825 Lenox, Madison Co., NY, Lucy Gray b.abt.1802 Sparta, Monroe Co., WI d.bef.1880.
CENSUS: 1880 Census Plainfield, Bremer, Iowa
Alvin Walker Brother Widow Male 77 VT VT VT **Lived with his brother Urial.
Children are:
7. Had five children.
8. Asa Walker Jr b.1804 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1813 Lenox, Madison Co., NY.
8. Luther Bingham Walker b.1806 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1878 m.1825, Joanna Francis b.1805 Lenox, Madison Co., NY.
**Joanna was the daughter of Aaron Frances b.1765 Sandisfield, MA. and Annor Stevens b.1769 Hatfield, MA.
Children are:
7. Francis Walker.
7. Frank Walker.
7. Sophia Walker.
8. Sibbilla (Sibyl) "Sally" Walker b.1808 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT m.1829, David W. Bangs b.1804 Montague, Franklin Co., MA d.1893 Bennington, Stamford Co., VT.
**David was the son of Mark Bangs and Lydia Whitney.
CENSUS: 1880 Ogden, Monroe Co., New York
Wm. Bangs Self M Male 41 NY Farmer VT VT
Harriet L. Bangs Wife M Female 34 NY Keeping House NY NY
Riley Bangs Son S Male 14 NY
Dean Bangs Son S Male 12 NY
Lennie Bangs Dau S Female 10 NY
Richmond Bangs Son S Male 6 NY
David Bangs Father M Male 75 VT Retired Farmer VT VT
Sally Bangs Mother M Female 70 VT At Home VT VT
Anna Curtis Other S Female 17 MI Servant NY NY
Children are:
7. William Bangs b.1839 m., Harriet L. (unknown) b.1848.
Children are:
6. Riley Bangs b.1866 NY.
6. Dean Bangs b.1868 NY.
6. Lennie Bangs b.1870 NY.
6. Richmond Bangs b.1874 NY.
8. Ethiel Cushman Walker b.1810 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT m.1830 Lenox, Madison Co., NY, Nancy Rose b.1812 Lenox, Madison Co., NY.
Children are:
7. Had nine children.
Children of Asa and Rebecca are:
8. Minerva Walker b.1812 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1813 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
8. Asa L. Walker b.1814 Lenox, Madison Co., NY d.1853 m.1835 Lenox, Madison Co., NY, Nancy Jackson b.1814 Lenox, Madison Co., NY.
CENSUS: 1880 Carlston, Freeborn, Minnesota
Asa Walker Self Widow Male 67 VT Farmer VT VT
Emergene Walker Dau S Female 36 VT School Teacher, House Keeping
Wm. H. Walker Son S Male 21 WI Farmer
Frank L. Walker Nephew S Male 18 MN Farmer
Chris Larsen Other S Male 27 DEN Laborer DEN DEN
Johanne Javert Other S Female 39 SWE Servant SWE SWE
Children are:
7. Emergene Walker b.1844 VT.
7. William H. Walker b.1859 WI.
8. Urial Walker b.1818 Lenox, Madison Co., NY 1st m.1836 Lenox, Madison Co., NY, Mehitable Dessmore b.abt.1818 Lenox, Madison Co., NY d.1836 Lenox, Madison Co., NY. Urial 2nd m.aft.1836, Elizabeth C. (unknown).
**Mehitable was the daughter of Abram Dessmore and (unknown).
CENSUS: 1880 Census Plainfield, Bremer, Iowa
Urial Walker Self M Male 62 NY Runs Mill VT VT
Elisabeth C. Walker Wife M Female 55 NY Keeping House NY NY
Fanny Mc Govin Other S Female 17 IA Servant MI MI
Alvin Walker Brother Widow Male 77 VT VT VT
George Davis Other S Male 25 VT Laborer
Children are:
7. Had four children.
9. Hannah Walker b.1774 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1860 m.1796 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT, Asa Moon Jr b.1772.Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1842 Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co., NY.
**Asa was the son of Asa Moon Sr and Deborah Babcock.
Children are:
8. Benjamin Moon b.1797 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1799.
8. Isabel Moon b.1802 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
8. Jesse Moon b.1803 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT m. Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co., NY, Sophia Baker b.abt.1811 NY.
Children are:
7. Hannah W. Moon b.1832 NY.
7. Rhoda Ann Moon b.1834 NY.
7. Maryette Moon b.1836 NY.
7. Priscilla Moon b.1837 NY.
7. Sophia Moon b.1841 NY.
7. Amanda M. Moon b.1843 NY.
7. Jesse W. Moon Jr b.1846 NY
7. Asa Moon b.1848 NY.
7. Lewis Moon b.1849 NY.
7. Millard F. Moon b.1851 NY.
8. Levina Moon b.1804 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d. Forestville, IA m.abt.1831, John P. Roberts b.1806 VT.
Children are:
7. Martha J. Roberts.
7. Abigail Roberts.
7. Martin L. Roberts.
7. Myron L. Roberts.
7. Elisha R. Roberts.
7. Anna L. Roberts.
8. Orange B. Moon b.1805 Hindsburgh, Orleans Co., VT m.1831, Margaret Wing b.abt.1813 VT.
Children are:
7. Zelia Moon.
7. Asa Moon.
7. Walter Moon.
7. Phebe Moon.
7. Abigail Moon.
7. Ellen Moon.
7. Delorme Lorenda Moon (female).
7. Zelma Lissette Moon.
7. Giles Wing Moon.
7. Lucy Maria Moon.
7. Celia Celinda Moon.
7. Eoline Effa Moon.
7. Hannah Levina Moon.
8. Abigail Moon b.1809 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d. Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co., NY m., Stephen R. Witherell b.abt. VT.
Children are:
7. Clarissa C. Witherell.
7. Charlotte C. Witherell.
7. Henry Edwin Witherell.
7. George R. Witherell.
7. Ellen E. Witherell.
8. Rhoda S. Moon b.1812 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1834 Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co., NY m., Orange Wing.
Children are:
7. Charles M. Wing.
7. Annis P. Wing.
7. Delia A. Wing.
8. Harry G. Moon b.1815 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d. Ticonderoga, Essex Co., NY.
9. Abraham Walker b.1776 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.abt.1815.
9. Benjamin Walker b.1778 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT m.1798 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT, Susan Green b.1779 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.1844.
Children are:
8. Olive Vande Walker b.1799 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
8. Anson Walker b.1806 Canton, St. Lawrence Co., NY.
9. Sarah Walker b.1780 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT m. Canton, St. Lawrence Co., NY, Trueworthy Evans b.abt.1792 NH.
9. Ichabod Walker Jr b.1782 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT m.1799 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT, Penelope King.
9. Abigail Walker b.1784 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1786 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
9. Abel "Nabby" Walker b.1786 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1839 Bloomingdale, Dupage Co., IL m.1811 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT, Ruby Davis d.abt.1839.
9. Sylvanus Walker b.1787 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
9. Abraham Walker b.1788 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
9. Abel Walker b.1790 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
9. Polly Walker b.1793 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT.
9. Abigail Walker b.1796 Claredon, Rutland Co., VT d.1861 m., Elias Crary Jr b.1796 d.1876 Geneva, Cane Co., IL.
**Elias was the son of Elias Crary Sr and Betsy (unknown).
Children are:
8. (Son) Crary b.abt.1815 Canton, St. Lawrence Co., NY.
8. Mary L. Crary b.1817 Canton, St. Lawrence Co., NY.
8. Cushman Walker Crary b.1822 Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., NY.
11. Stephen Walker b.1709 1st m.abt.1734, Rebekah Millerd. Stephen 2nd m.1738, Mehetable Harris.
12. Mary Walker b.1663 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.1694 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
12. Experience Walker b.abt.1664 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.1674 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
12. Elizabeth Walker b.1666 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m.1687, Henry Sweet.
12. Michael Walker b.1667 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.1677 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
12. Ebenezer Walker Sr b. Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA 1st m.1700, Mehetable Willmarth d.1702 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA. Ebenezer 2nd m.1703, Dorothy Abell.
**Dorothy was the daughter of Preserved Abell and Martha Redaway.
Children of Ebenezer and Mehetable are:
11. Ebenezer Walker Jr b.1701 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.1702 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
11. Mehetable Walker b.1702 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.1705 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
Children of Ebenezer and Dorothy are:
11. Mary Walker b.aft.1703 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.abt.1709 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
11. Johanna Walker b.1704 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., David Carpenter.
11. Caleb Walker b.1706 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Abigail Dean.
11. Dorothy Walker b. Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Edward Carpenter.
11. John Walker b.abt.1710 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.abt.1710 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
11. Sarah Walker b.abt.1711 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA d.abt.1711 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
11. Elizabeth Walker b. Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Miles Shorey.
11. Martha Walker b.1714 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., David Chaffee.
11. Ebenezer Walker Jr b.1716 Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA m., Bethiah Brown.
Sources:
1. "Memoria of the Walkers of Old Plymouth Colony" by J.B.R. Walker A.M. 1861.
2. 1850 Census of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, New York.



WALKERS IN SOUTH CAROLINA
THOMAS WALKER FAMILY:
1. Thomas Walker b.abt.1751 d.1815 m. Mary (unknown).
Thomas arrived in 1771 from Ireland, he selected his land in South Carolina and had it surveyed by 1772 but it wasn't certified till 1773. Thomas settled in South Carolina close to an area called "Ninety Six" on Cuffeetown Creek by other Walkers listed below:
1. John Walker Jr. and Isabel Walker names appear first on the land records, each being granted a bounty in 1767.
2. Francis and James Walker had their land surveyed and filed by 1786.
3. John and William Walker received their land around surveyed and filed 1786.
All of the Thomas Walker's land adjoined one or more of the other Walker lands listed above, leading one to believe they were all related. Thomas was a successful farmer till the Revolutionary War. In 1775, the first SC casualties of the war were sustained through a clash of forces at Ninety Six Courthouse between Whig and Tory forces, the Whigs prevailed. There is no records of what if any roll Thomas played during this battle, but it is believed he was with the Tories. In Thomas Walker's claim to the British Commission, he states he "joined the British after Charleston was taken". The pay records confirm he served during the periods of 6-14-1780 to 12-3-1780 and 12-7-1781 to 3-5-1782. Thomas Walker fled alone first heading to New Brunswick, Can. and abandoned his lands in SC after 1782-84. His wife, Mary, and five children traveled by night and rested by day. Before Thomas joined them on the trail one child had died. Another child died on the journey to St. John's. Thomas and Mary had other children after their arrival in New Brunswick. All the children grew up and had homes near their parents in New Brunswick except one who moved to Michigan.
The memorial of Col. John Hamilton of the SC Militia, 96th District, 3-22-1784 is quoted: "Shewethy, that the said Thomas Walker hath be personally known to you Memorialists these eight years and upwards, that he always supported an unblemished character and zealously attached to his Majesty and the British Government. That his exertions as a Private in you Memorialists Regiment of Militia were at all times used to promote the good of the service. That in consequence thereof he became obnoxious to those who were disaffected to the British Government. That he was obliged to abandon a good living (well known to you memorialists) and seek refuge within the British lines. His family were in a short time driven from him, deprived of every neccessary except part of their clothing. That you memorialists left the said Thomas Walker and family, the fifth of last at the river St. John in such straiten'd Circumstances as rendered his laying claim in person utterly impossible; Nevertheless, your memorialist hopes there are now here evidence to prove the Justice of said Walker claim." Thomas Walker was first granted a town lot in Parrtotown in 1784. In 1786, he received land in Belleisle Bay, Springfield Parish, Kings Co. Thomas was a member of the Springfield Baptist Church.
Children are:
2. Jane Walker b.1773 d.1859 m.aft.1786, Justus Grey b.1776.
2. John Walker b.1788 m. Mary Fairweather.
Children are:
3. Charles Walker
2. Ann Walker b.1789 d.1871 m.1815, Hector Dickie Jr. b. d.1875.
2. Mary Walker b.abt.1790 d.1822 m. Abraham Fairweather.
2. William Walker b.1792 d.1864 m.1814, Margaret Campbell d.1872.
2. Margaret Walker b.abt.1793 m. John Nice.



WALKERS IN MARYLAND/ KENTUCKY/ INDIANA
JOSEPH WALKER SR Family
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8. Joseph Walker Sr b.abt.1760 Saint Mary's City, St. Mary’s Co., MD d. 26 Dec 1835 Daviess Co., IN m. 31 Jan 1803 Saint Mary's City, St. Mary’s Co., MD, Rebecca Davis b.1779 Saint Mary's City, St. Mary’s Co., MD d.abt.1850 Daviess Co., IN.
NOTE: Removed from Maryland to Kentucky 1803-1815; removed from Kentucky to Indiana 1815-1829. Joseph Walker Sr received land patent in Daviess City, 5 Sep 1835. Last Will and Testament: Book 185: Joseph Walker Will dated 26 December 1835 filed 3 March 1836, Executor: Elizabeth Walker Wife: Rebecca Daughters: Nancy and Mary Sons: Zachariah, Joseph, Ignatius and James. Witnesses: M.W. Kyle, W. A. Miller and Eliza E. Brown.
Children are:
7. Nancy Ann Walker b. Saint Mary's City, St. Mary’s Co., MD
7. Joseph Walker Jr b. Saint Mary's City, St. Mary’s Co., MD d.abt.1845 Daviess Co., IN m. 29 Jun 1829 Daviess Co., IN, Nancy Ann Norris b.abt.1808 KY.
Parents: Richard D. Norris and Mary (unknown).
CENSUS: 1850 Census Reeves, Daviess, Indiana
Nancy Walker Head Female 42 Widow KY
John Walker Son Male 20 IN
Joseph Walker Son Male 19 IN
Samuel W. Walker Son Male 18 IN
Rebecca Walker Dau Female 15 IN
L. (Louisa) Walker Dau Female 13 IN
Ignastius Walker Son Male 10 IN
Stephen Walker Son Male 3 IN
CENSUS: 1860 Census Barr, Daviess, Indiana
Nancy Walker Female 50 W Farmer (widow?) KY
NOTE: We believe that after Joseph died, Nancy married John Walker and had one child by him, Stephen born 1847 IN.
Children of Joseph and Nancy are:
6. John C. Walker b.abt.1830 Daviess Co., IN
6. Benedict Joseph Walker b.abt.1831 Daviess Co., IN
6. Samuel A. Walker b.abt.1833 Daviess Co., IN
6. Rebecca Ann Walker b..abt.1835 Daviess Co., IN
6. Mary Louisa Walker b.abt.1837 Daviess Co., IN
6. Ignatius Walker b.abt.1841 Daviess Co., IN
7. Ignatius Walker b. 8 Nov 1809 Saint Mary's City, St. Mary’s Co., MD m. 8 Nov 1832 Daviess Co., IN, Mary Ann "Mollie" Masters b.1816 KY.
NOTE: Ignatius Walker and wife Molly Ann, deed to Tom Scales N1/4 Sec 13 and Sec 24 T1 R6W on East White River witness Joseph Walker Jr. and James D. Walker 19 February 1836.
CENSUS: 1860 Census Barr, Daviess, Indiana
Ignatius Walker Male 50 Farmer MD
Maryan Walker Female 44 KY
Joseph D. Walker Male 19 IN
Rebeca Jane Walker Female 13 IN
Susan Walker Female 11 IN
Lory Walker Female 7 IN
Milton Walker Male 2 IN
CENSUS: 1870 Census Barr, Daviess, Indiana
Ignatius Walker Male 60 Farmer MD
Mary an Walker Female 54 KY
Susan Walker Female 17 IN
Laura E. Walker Female 14 IN
Milton Walker Male 12 IN
Horace Masters Male 14 IN
Children are:
6. William B. Walker b.1834 Daviess Co., IN
6. John Walker b.1835 Daviess Co., IN
6. Franklin Walker b. 1837 Daviess Co., IN
6. (Daughter) Walker b.1838 Daviess Co., IN
6. Joseph D. Walker b.abt.1841 Daviess City, IN
6. Rebecca Jane Walker b.abt.1850 Daviess City, IN
6. Susan Walker b.abt.1853 Daviess City, IN
6. Laura E. Walker b.abt.1856 Daviess City, IN
6. Milton Walker b.abt.1858 Daviess City, IN
7. Zachariah Walker b.abt.1814 Nelson Co., KY m. 24 Jan 1835 Daviess Co., IN, Louisa Kelty b.1817 KY.
7. James D. Walker b. 4 Aug 1815 Nelson Co., KY d. 23 Jul 1885 Daviess Co., IN m. 21 Jan 1837 Daviess Co., IN, Belinda Mattingly b. 2 Apr 1817 MD d. 20 Jul 1895 .Daviess Co., IN
CENSUS: 1860 Census Barr, Daviess, Indiana
James D. Walker Male 45 Farmer KY
Balinda Walker Female 43 KY
Jane Walker Female 22 IN
George W. Walker Male 18 IN
Francis M. Walker Male 14 IN
John Walker Male 12 IN
William M. Walker Male 9 IN
Marget an Walker Female 6 IN
James Walker Male 4 IN
Chirtopher Walker Male 2 IN
CENSUS: 1870 Census Barr, Daviess, Indiana
James D. Walker Male 54 Farmer KY
Belinda Walker Female 53 KY
Jane Walker Female 22 IN
Francis M. Walker Male 24 Farm Laborer IN
John M. Walker Male 22 Laborer IN
William M. Walker Male 18 IN
Margaret A. Walker Female 16 IN
James H. Walker Male 14 IN
Christopher Walker Male 11 IN
Samuel Walker Male 9 IN
Malissa Kelty Female 24 IN
CENSUS: 1880 Census Barr, Daviess, Indiana
James D. Walker Self M Male 64 KY Farmer MD MD
Malinda Walker Wife M Female 68 KY Keeping House MD KY
Frances M. Walker Son Male 34 IN School Teacher
William M. Walker Son Male 29 IN Works On Farm
James H. Walker Other Male 24 IN Works On Farm
Christopher Walker Son Male 21 IN Works On Farm
Samuel Walker Son Male 20 IN Works On Farm
Laura E. Walker Niece Female 25 IN KY KY
Children of James and Belinda are:
6. Jane E. Walker b.abt.1838 Daviess City, IN m. 31 May 1864 Daviess Co., IN, James F. Brewer. James 2nd m. 17 Jan 1893 Daviess Co., IN, Jane (unknown).
Children had:
5. Four children.
6. George W. Walker b.1842 Daviess City, IN m. 5 Jun 1871 Daviess Co., IN, Julia A. Bowling d. 1 Oct 1911 Barr Twp., Daviess Co., IN.
Child is:
5. Margaret A. Walker b.1874 Barr Twp., Daviess Co., IN.
6. Mary Anne Walker b.1844 Daviess Co., IN.
6. Francis M. Walker b.1846 Daviess Co., IN m. 12 Oct 1882 Daviess Co., IN, Catharine Dixon.
Children are:
5. Henery F. Walker b.1883 Daviess Co., IN.
5. James D. Walker b.1888 Daviess Co., IN.
5. Adrian Walker b.1895 Daviess Co., IN.
6. John Miller Walker b. 5 Jun 1848 Daviess Co., IN d. 5 Jan 1931 1st m. 25 Apr 1876 Daviess Co., IN, Sarah Ellen Wade b. 23 Sep 1850 Daviess Co., IN d.1885 Daviess Co., IN. John 2nd m. 25 Apr 1887 Daviess Co., IN, Mary Carolyn Padgett b.1856 d.1914.
Parents: Benedict Wade and Malinda Cook.
CEMETERY: St. Peter Cemetery.
Children of John and Sarah are:
5. Samuel Andrew Walker b. 28 Apr 1877 m., Katherine E. Schrader.
NOTE: They had no children. Residing in 1930 Indianapolis, Martin Co., IN.
5. Mary Belinda Walker b.1879 Daviess Co., IN m., Cyril J. Ward.
Children are:
4. Three sons and two daughters.
5. Elizabeth Jane “Bessie” Walker b.1879 Daviess Co., IN m., William I. Seal.
Children are:
4. Three sons and two daughters.
5. George Lawrence Walker b. 19 Jan 1885 Washington, Daviess Co., IN d. 24 Jan 1972 m., Pearl Mary Spalding.
Children of George and Pearl are:
4. George John Walker b. 24 Jun 1909 Daviess Co., IN d. 11 May 1993 m. 23 Apr 1938 St. Joseph Co., IN, Alice Marie Beckelandt.
4. Joseph Benedict Walker b. 7 Mar 1911 Daviess Co., IN d. 13 Sep 2002 Washington, Daviess Co., IN
4. Rose Mary Walker b. 12 May 1912 Daviess Co., IN.
4. Lawrence Stephen Walker b. 20 Jan 1915 Daviess Co., IN d. 27 Mar 1995 Elkhart, Elkhart Co., IN.
4. Louis Augustine Walker b. 8 Feb 1918 Daviess Co., IN d. 1 Oct 1987 Hampstead, Pender Co., NC.
4. James Francis Walker b. 25 Jul 1920 Daviess Co., IN d. 16 Jul 1986 Ft. Myers, Lee Co., FL
CEMETERY: Buried Indianapolis, IN, Residing in Bogard Twp., Daviess Co., IN in 1930.
Children of John and Mary Carolyn are:
5. Louis Bernard Walker b. 30 Jan 1889 d. 22 Aug 1975 m. Anna M. (unknown).
Children are:
4. Two sons and two daughters.
5. Marion A. Walker b. Dec 1891 Daviess Co., IN.
5. Elizabeth J. Walker b.1892 Daviess Co., IN.
5. Benedict James Walker b. 10 Dec 1894 Daviess Co., IN.
5. Annie L. Walker b. 15 Sep 1897 Daviess Co., IN d. 3 Mar 1900.
6. William M. Walker b.abt.1853 Daviess Co., IN.
NOTE: William never married.
6. Margaret Ann Walker b.abt.1854 Daviess Co., IN.
NOTE: Margaret likely married before 1880.
6. James Hart Walker b.abt.1856 Daviess Co., IN.
6. Christopher Walker b.abt.1859 Daviess Co., IN.
6. Samuel Walker b.abt.1860 Daviess Co., IN.
7. Mary Walker b.abt.1821 Nelson Co., KY.


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